Sexual Battery (35 counts)
According to official police documents and media reports, the following events occurred in andaround Brooksville, Florida.This is one of many cases documented in this database that show that abortion mills are the childmolester's best friend. Since abortion clinics are primarily moneymaking operations, their personnel donot care when an older man brings a young girl to them for an abortion. They just take her money, aborther, and send her home to be raped again.41-year-old George Hendricks was "caring" for a 16-year-old girl unnamed by the courts because of her age, but was in reality repeatedly raping her, beginning in November 2008. The girl told detectivesthat Hendricks would rape her when the other children in the home left for school. When the girl got pregnant, Hendricks tried to abort her by changing sexual positions as he continued to rape her. Whenthis did not work, he took her to either the Florida Women's Center or the All Women's Health Center abortion mills in Jacksonville, Florida, where he signed permission forms for her to have an abortion.The staff at the clinic did not ask any questions, just took his money, aborted her, and sent her home withhim to be abused yet again.On the day Hendricks took the girl to the abortion clinic, her mother asked where she was, and hetold her that she had run away. The mother filed a missing persons report, and the next day, a familymember told police where she was.Hernando County Sheriff's deputies arrested Hendricks on February 11, 2009, as he was preparing toleave town. He went to pick up the girl, but was met by police instead. They charged him with 35counts of sexual battery. Hendricks soon confessed the rapes.
: Susan Wilson. "Brooksville Man Accused of Multiple Counts of Child Rape." WTSPChannel 10 News [Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Sarasota, Florida], February 18, 2009;Steven Ertelt. "Florida Man Who Sexually Abused Teenager, Forced Abortion, Faces Charges."
, February 19, 2009.
Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon and Burglary
In June 2001, Macedonio R. Almanza broke into a house where his pregnant ex-girlfriend lived andstabbed her in the back five times as she lay in bed sleeping. Nira Kay Hennis was seven months pregnant at the time of the attack, survived and gave birth to a healthy baby girl on August 15.Almanza was charged with attempted first-degree murder. He had visited the home earlier in theday, but Nira's new boyfriend appeared. Upset, Almanza left, and returned to kill Nira with a steak knifefrom his kitchen.On January 22, 2001, Almanza pleaded no contest to charges of aggravated battery with a deadlyweapon and burglary of a dwelling with battery, and Circuit Judge Richard Tombrink sentenced him tosix years in prison. He will be deported to Mexico when his term has been served. He also received asuspended life sentence that he will serve if he ever re-enters the United States illegally.
: Jamie Malernee. "Man Gets 6 Years in Prison in Stabbing of Ex-Girlfriend."
St. Petersburg Times
, January 23, 2001.
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