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Statutory Rape Victim Ordered to pay child support

"SAN FRANCISCO ó He was a 15-year-old kid with all the usual teenage sexual passions.

She was his neighbor--a 34-year-old mom, later convicted of statutory rape for engaging him in a romantic tryst that resulted in her getting pregnant....

The matter did not become a court case until after their daughter was born on Jan. 20, 1995, and Jones began receiving welfare on the daughter's behalf. Under federal guidelines, counties must make an effort to determine the identity of the father of any child on welfare and collect child support from him to offset the welfare payments.

That's exactly what San Luis Obispo County did.

As soon as county officials realized the baby's father was a minor, they filed statutory-rape charges against Jones, which resulted in a conviction but no jail time. Almost simultaneously, they sought to have the young father registered as being responsible for child support."

No words other than derp come to mind


Southern California earth quake just now

Didn't feel it too bad in san diego but it was enough to wake me up. USGS is saying 5.2 just a little east of san diego.


Hindu priest hacked to death in Bangladesh

Source: CNN

A 70-year-old Hindu priest was hacked to death Tuesday morning in southwestern Bangladesh, police say.
The priest, Ananda Gopal Ganguly, was on his way to temple when the assailants attacked him in a field in a secluded part of a village in the country's Jhenaidah district, Altaf Hossain, a police superintendent, told CNN.

Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/07/asia/hindu-priest-killing-bangladesh/index.html

When will enough be enough?

Nation's largest health insurer dropping out of the ACA in California

The nationís largest health insurer announced in April it was dropping out of all but a handful of 34 health insurance marketplaces it participated in. But the company had not discussed its plans in California.

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