Federal judge warns married teacher of 3 previously charged with sexual abuse of mentally ill student is 'danger to the community'​

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A former teacher allegedly broke the conditions of her home confinement regarding charges of sexually assaulting an underage mentally ill student. A federal judge warned that the married mother of three poses a "danger to the community."

As Blaze News previously reported, Sandy Carazas-Pinez was accused last year of engaging in multiple sexual acts in her car with a 16-year-old boy. The New York City public teacher was fired from her job. Carazas-Pinez, 34, had been a biology teacher at the Biondi School in Yonkers, New York.

Biondi is run by the nonprofit organization Rising Ground and assists students with special needs.

"The Biondi Middle and High School provides educational and therapeutic support to both residential and day students who have behavioral and emotional challenges, learning disabilities, or intellectual/developmental disabilities," the Rising Ground website states.

Carazas-Pinez was arrested in July after allegedly sending nude images and sexually explicit text messages to a 16-year-old student.

"I do miss your touch and kisses not going to lie. I also miss seeing you masturbate, I sound like a pervert," she purportedly wrote to the boy.

The mother of the alleged victim discovered the illicit content and reported the teacher to local authorities.

The mother said, "It’s the rape of a child with a mental illness. As a society, we have to prioritize the safety of children who are mentally ill and boys who are sexually assaulted."

The minor reportedly suffers from schizophrenia and a mood disorder.

Carazas-Pinez allegedly committed multiple violations after being arrested.

This week, Carazas-Pinez allegedly violated her bail conditions. She was instructed not to have any unsupervised contact with any child under the age of 18.

The married mother of three reportedly emailed another former student a day after he turned 18 to wish him a happy birthday.

The New York Post reported that Brooklyn federal judge John Cronan revoked the bail of Carazas-Pinez after she allegedly breached her bail conditions.

Cronan noted that the infraction was technically not a violation, but "it seems to fly in the face of the spirit of the conditions."

Cronan said Carazas-Pinez poses “a real danger to the community.”

Even her own lawyer called the ex-teacher's behavior "troubling."

Prosecutors said the former teacher’s conduct shows a "pattern of grooming" a student for sex.

The mother of the alleged victim told The Post, "She’s a very disturbed individual, and I’m glad she no longer has access to children — especially mine."

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Sandy Carazas-Pinez, 33, a biology teacher and married mother of three, was arrested and charged with sexual abuse of a minor with mental disabilities. The charges involve a sixteen year-old student at The Biondi School in Yonkers, New York. #TikTokJournalism🗣️#FirstThem👉🏾 #SexualAssault😤 #SexualViolence🤕 #ExposeGroomers👀 #fypシ SOURCE: https://nypost.com/2023/03/25/nyc-teacher-accused-of-sex-with-mentally-ill-student/

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North Face faces heat over sponsorship of overnight LGBT camp where kids perform in drag, explore sexuality

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The North Face is again facing scrutiny, this time over its sponsorship of a non-straight camp where children engage in sexualized activities.

The American athletic clothing company is listed with Toms, Brooks, and Eno among the leading sponsors of Camp Brave Trails, a "fully accredited overnight summer camp specially designed for LGBTQ teens, ages 12-17" with campgrounds located in New York and Southern California.

The North Face has apparently been shelling cash and gear for the camp for years, noting in a June 2021 post that it was donating over $70,000 in LGBT-themed products to the camp.

According to the camp's website, children attending the camp bunk with 9-10 peers of the same age group, never divided by gender. Campers are "encouraged to spread their wings and make their own decisions" and told to anticipate a "strong expectation of maturity, kindness, consent, and compassion."

The Daily Wire highlighted how in an appearance on the "Kelly Clarkson Show," the camp's lesbian founders, Kayla Weissbuch and Jessica Weissbuch, stated, "All of our housing is genderless, bathrooms are genderless, we ask for names and pronouns from campers, and they can change them all they like."

Kayla Weissbuch noted further that the camp has a clothing closet so that children can explore their gender identity and "try and find, like, who they are and what feels good to them."

One camper told Clarkson, "I was able to perform, do drag, I was able to do ... so many activities."

One promotional video for the camp shows children dressing up in drag and putting on performances.

The camp makes no secret of these activities, stating on its website, "We bid farewell to gender-segregated spaces and activities, tossed aside arbitrary dress codes, and ensured our campers wouldn't have to justify or explain their identities."

"Campers also embark on a journey of self-discovery and learn more about the LGBTQ+ community through exclusive programs you'll only find at an LGBTQ+ camp," continued the write-up on the camp's website. "This includes identity-based groups, captivating drag shows and workshops, enlightening queer history lessons, and a fantastic clothing closet where you can explore gender expression or experiment with a new look."

Kayla Weissbuch made clear in a Forbes interview that the camp is not just about isolating children from parents and society in a place where they can stage drag shows and explore their sexual identities. It's also a means of weaponizing children in the culture war. She suggested that non-straight kids are an "overlooked resource" when it comes to fighting for so-called social justice.

"If we can hone in on that, these ripples will start to show," said Kayla Weissbuch. "It's all about creating and starting those ripples."

The North Face, which still categorizes its clothing in accordance with the sex binary, appears keen to continue creating ripples of its own with leftist propaganda.

Last year, the company courted controversy and calls for a boycott with an ad campaign featuring a transvestite inviting viewers to "come out ... in nature with us."

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Newsweek noted that while Bud Light was taking a financial beating over its marketing partnership with transvestite influencer Dylan Mulvaney, The North Face doubled down, writing, "We recognize the opportunity our brand has to shape the future of the outdoors and we want that future to be a more accepting and loving place."

The clothing brand is not just committed to pushing LGBT propaganda. It is also apparently captive to the strain of identitarianism that predominates on the left.

The Sun reported last month that the company offered customers a 20% discount if they agreed to suffer through an hour-long course on racial inclusion and "the unique challenges that people of color face when accessing the outdoors."

One critic noted that "the irony is that The North Face is implicitly acknowledging here that all its customers are white."

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New Jersey youth wrestling coach – NCAA's first openly gay wrestler – sentenced to prison for distributing child porn

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A New Jersey youth wrestling coach has been sentenced to serve over seven years in federal prison for reportedly disturbing child pornography.

Alec Donovan, of Brick, New Jersey, was sentenced on Thursday to serve 87 months in federal prison after being found guilty of distributing child porn. In addition to the prison sentence, U.S. District Judge Zahid N. Quraishi also sentenced Donovan to 30 years of supervised release.

Donovan, 26, had previously pleaded guilty to one count of distribution of child pornography.

Court documents stated:

From January 2021 through March 2021, Donovan used an internet-based application to exchange multiple images and videos of child sexual abuse, including depictions involving pre-pubescent children. Donovan also used the web-based messaging application to solicit and engage in conversations with minors, including requesting nude photographs from the minors and sending nude photographs to them.

Donovan grabbed headlines in 2015 for becoming the "NCAA's first openly gay wrestler," according to the Associated Press.

The outlet added, "A 2017 story in the NCAA-published Champion magazine detailed Donovan's struggles with depression in high school and his efforts to counsel other gay wrestlers."

Donovan had been a youth wrestling coach and referee in New Jersey before being arrested.

The Asbury Park Press reported, "Donovan was also the NJSIAA seventh-place finisher at 145 pounds in 2014, a three-time state qualifier, the NJSIAA Region VI champion in 2015 and a four-time NJSIAA District 23 champion during his scholastic career from 2011 to 2015."

The investigation into the purported pedophile was launched by the Newark Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking Task Force, under the direction of FBI Special Agent in Charge James E. Dennehy in Newark.

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Former MTV star arrested for grooming in Florida after nationwide manhunt initiated over a year ago in Illinois

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Following a nationwide manhunt that was initiated in Illinois and lasted more than a year, a former MTV star has been arrested in Florida for child sex crime accusations.

On Thursday afternoon, law enforcement tracked down Connor Smith at a residence in Clearwater, Florida.

Smith, 33, was arrested by officers with the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office on an open warrant originating from Lake County, Illinois. The warrant was issued in February 2023.

Smith, from Orland Park, Illinois, was booked into the Pinellas County Jail – where he is being held without bond. Smith is awaiting extradition to Illinois.

As Blaze News previously reported, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office announced that detectives obtained a nationwide arrest warrant for Smith.

The former MTV star was accused of committing three felonies: traveling to meet a minor, grooming, and disseminating harmful material.

Authorities said Smith attempted to groom a girl under the age of 15 and meet her for sex in Illinois.

Smith communicated with someone who he believed was a girl under the age of 15 for several weeks, according to police. However, the girl was actually an undercover detective.

The catfish was part of an undercover sting to catch child predators that was executed by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division in collaboration with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.

Smith reportedly sent the "girl" sexually explicit photos and videos of himself.

Smith allegedly attempted to meet the "child" for sex on Feb. 9, 2023. When Smith went to visit the "girl," detectives attempted to arrest him, but he was able to escape the authorities.

In December 2021, Smith was arrested for an alleged rape and assault of a 16-year-old girl in Indiana. Smith was charged with felony rape, sexual battery, and two counts of criminal confinement.

However, the charges were dropped after the alleged victim stopped cooperating with investigators and prosecutors said they didn't have enough evidence to convict him.

Smith's claim to fame is appearing on the third season of the MTV reality series "Are You The One?" in 2015. The dating show features single contestants competing to find their perfect match.

Smith found his "perfect match," but the couple split up after filming the reality TV show.

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'Boy Meets World' stars detail grooming and manipulation by guest-star convicted of child sex abuse

'Boy Meets World' stars detail grooming and manipulation by guest-star convicted of child sex abuse

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Will Friedle and Rider Strong, along with "Boy Meets World" co-star Danielle Fishel, explained that they had a strange relationship with a former guest star on the show who was later convicted of sex offenses.

On the group's podcast "Pod Meets World," the trio discussed "the difficult subjects of grooming, childhood sexual abuse and their effects on victims," alongside a family therapist.

Friedle and Strong particularly recalled the relationship they had with actor Brian Peck ("X-Men," "Living Dead") who was convicted of sexually abusing a minor a few years after the ABC sitcom ended in 2004.

According to TMZ, Peck was accused of molesting an unidentified Nickelodeon child actor and took a plea deal to reduce his sentence, which ended up being a reported 16 months.

Friedle explained that he became close with Peck soon after joining the show. Friedle played Eric Matthews, with his real life age ranging between 16-23 years old during the course of the show's seven-year run.

"I didn’t really go to parties. I didn’t really do that stuff. But I was working a lot after ‘Boy Meets World,’ and this guy had so ingratiated himself into my life, I took him to three shows after 'Boy Meets World.'"

Strong, who played Shawn Hunter and was between 13-20 during the show, said he and Peck "hung out all the time," Variety reported, despite there being a near 20-year age difference.

Fishel, who was Topanga Lawrence on the show, did not spend as much time with Peck during her time as a 12-19-year-old actress.

"All the years of having stand-ins, no one ever, do I remember, regularly went to lunch with the cast members. But this person did and part of that’s because, when they arrived on set, they were extremely charming. They were very personable. They had a lot of jokes," she explained.

"They also, because of their many years of experience working in the entertainment industry, knew other, very successful, famous kids and young men and regularly talked about them."

Fishel also said that other adults refrained from questioning why the young actors were "going to lunch" or going to Strong's house "for a party" with Peck likely out of fear of appearing homophobic, due to Peck being gay.

"There was probably a part of them that didn’t say it because they were afraid it was going to be taken as homophobia, instead of, ‘This is a boundary, gay or not. This is a boundary about adults and kids,'" Fishel said. "I also think that’s important in the story of Rider and Will, about why he befriended the two of you so closely. And I did have lunch with him a couple of times, but only because someone else would invite me … He didn’t really make an effort to get to know me. He didn’t ingratiate himself as much into my life. I never heard from him again after the show ended," she added.

Peck also appeared in a 1999 episode of the show, when Friedle and Strong would have been adult-aged.

When Peck was accused in 2003, he reportedly called Friedle crying while "instantly spinning it to where it wasn’t his fault, it was clearly the fault of his victim," a 16-year-old male.

Feeling indebted to Peck after helping him get a movie role, Friedle agreed, along with Strong, to write letters to a judge in support of Peck.

"We’re sitting in that courtroom on the wrong side of everything … The victim’s mother turned and said, ‘Look at all the famous people you brought with you. And it doesn’t change what you did to my kid,'" Friedle recalled. "I just sat there wanting to die. It was like, ‘What the hell am I doing here?’ It was horrifying all the way around."

Strong then detailed that he saw Peck years later at a party and finally realized he peddled "nonsense" by constantly referencing famous people who he thought "validate him and put him in a category of Hollywood royalty."

"He did that constantly when we were on the set of 'Boy Meets World' and I never saw it because it was so effortless. Here I was like at this party and I had to leave, I was so freaked the f*** out."

According to Variety, Friedle and Strong were contacted for a statement about Peck, likely for an upcoming docuseries called "Quiet on Set," investigating alleged abuse on Nickelodeon sets. Peck did not return the outlet's request for comment.

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'Parents should know': Kansas AG turns up the heat on school districts that 'socially transition' kids behind parents' backs

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Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach is turning up the heat on "troublesome districts" that have doubled-down on policies allegedly allowing schools to "socially transition" students without parental consent. The Republican AG has narrowed the remaining offenders down to a handful of districts, which he appears keen to rein in.

"A child changing his or her gender identity has major long-term medical and psychological ramifications," Kobach said in a statement Thursday. "Parents should know, and have an opportunity to be involved in such an important aspect of their well-being."

According to the Washington Examiner, Kobach used Parents Defending Education's list of parental exclusion policies to pinpoint offending districts in Kansas. After drilling down on each district's policies and weighing their constitutionality, Kobach identified six school districts that were allegedly undermining parental rights.

The Republican AG penned letters to the districts in December, specifically challenging policies that require school staff to hide a student's transvestism or "gender non-conforming" status from their parents, reported the Associated Press.

The letters accused the districts of surrendering "to woke gender ideology" and stressed it "would be arrogant beyond believe to hide something with such weighty consequences from the very people (parents) that both law and nature vest with providing for a child's long-term well-being."

Kobach indicated Thursday that upon notifying the districts and asking whether they had collected parental input prior to adopting the radical policies, two districts — Belle Plaine and Maize — "responded that they had no intention of cutting parents out of the process and immediately rescinded or amended their polices."

"A lot of times these policies are pushed by outside activist organizations and adopted by school boards without being fully informed about what the policy would actually do," said Kansas Deputy Attorney General Abhishek Kambli. "Belle Plaine and Maize should be praised for responding swiftly when they saw what was going on."

Three of the four other districts — Kansas City, Shawnee Mission, and Topeka — refused to back down on keeping parents in the dark, according to Kobach.

The Olathe School District alternatively appears to have had a change of heart this week. The attorney general noted on X that the OSD has scheduled a meeting to discuss its policy.

OSD said in a statement obtained by KSHB-TV that they had developed "internal administrative guidelines" for staff, but that no formal policy has ever existed.

The OSD's "Guidance Related to Gender Identity," obtained by Parents Defending Education via a public records request, states the "best practice is for staff to obtain parental consent before addressing the student publicly by their preferred name and/or pronoun." However, it goes on qualify such disclosures, noting instances where parents could be left in the dark.

"Staff must be carefully to refrain from incautious disclosure of a student's gender status and/or sexual orientation. Informing the decision to disclose to a parent/guardian are considerations related to the age of the student; whether the student has developmental disabilities; protecting the privacy interests of the student; whether the communications with the parent would cause trauma to the student, and a fear for the child's health as a result of the communication," says the guidance.

If a child expressed delusions about their sex, teachers in the Shawnee Mission School District are apparently required to notify the principal, who in turn "meets with the student to share support and gauge the level of family involvement."

The Kansas City Kansas Public Schools' guidance that the PDE has on file states, "School personnel should not disclose information that may reveal a student's transgender status or gender or gender nonconforming presentation to others, including parents and other school personnel, unless legally required to do so or unless the student has authorized such disclosure."

Topeka Public Schools' revised 2018 guidance echoes the KCKPS recommendations.

Topeka told the AP that its practices are legal.

Shawnee Mission superintendent Michelle Hubbard claimed Kobach was relying on "misinformation" from "partisan sources" and indicated she took offense to his use of woke "as an insult."

KCKPS declined the AP's request for comment. The other outliers claimed they handled gender dysphoric students on a case by case basis and seek to work with parents.

"Parental exclusion policies purposely tarnish relationships between parents and children," Caroline Moore, vice president of Parents Defending Education, said in a statement. "Kansas is a great example of recognizing an issue that impacts all and correcting course, so these policies don't plague another generation of students and their families."

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Joe Rogan, Green Beret Tim Kennedy tackle schools grooming kids, Israel-Hamas war, and warn terror attack in US is imminent

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Joe Rogan interviewed Green Beret Tim Kennedy on a wide variety of subjects, including schools grooming kids, the Israel-Hamas war, U.S. southern border crisis, and warned that a possible terror attack on U.S. soil is imminent.

On Wednesday's episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, the prolific podcaster welcomed Tim Kennedy – a decorated Master Sergeant with the U.S. Army Green Berets, a Special Forces sniper, former UFC fighter, and co-founder of the Save Our Allies organization that has rescued Americans from dire circumstances around the globe.

Kennedy recently traveled to Israel to rescue American citizens stranded due to the ongoing war with Hamas.

Kennedy claimed that Russia and China want the U.S. citizenry to be fighting in the debate over siding with Israel and Hamas in an effort to stoke divisions.

Regarding the praise of Hamas terrorists as "freedom fighters," Kennedy shot back that they are "barbaric murderers and absolute terrorists that want nothing besides the genocide."

Kennedy warned that Americans are "gonna have a rough year" because we are "woefully unprepared" for a possible terrorist attack on U.S. soil. Kennedy warned that an attack could likely stem from terrorists crossing into the country through the U.S. southern border.

Kennedy told Rogan, "In light of what just happened in Israel, where they flew paragliders over borders, over walls, crashed through walls, and then they were able to kill 1,400 people in one day, and you look at that was 1,000 insurgents total."

"And then you look at the number of people that have been coming over the border for the past three years that we know are radicalized, that we know are on watch lists," Kennedy said. "It should scare you to death, the position that we're at. We're going to have a real bad year."

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Speaking of the Israel-Hamas war, Kennedy said that if all the Hamas terrorists laid down their weapons that nothing would happen.

However, Kennedy noted that if Israel laid down their weapons that Hamas would "kill everyone single one – it's what they do, it's what they've sworn to do, that's their motto, that's the origin of their existence."

Kennedy stated that there would be Middle East peace if there was no Hamas.

Kennedy stressed that he was not "conflating Palestinians with the terrorists."

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Kennedy described the humanitarian crisis at the U.S. southern border because of the massive flow of illegal immigrants.

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The two men then discussed how young students are being groomed with inappropriate materials in school.

Rogan began, "It's so bizarre to me that a rejection of teaching like overt sexuality to young kids is somehow or another dismissed as anti-gay or anti-LBGTQ. It's so strange because you could never imagine heterosexual sex being discussed to 5-year-olds and 6-year-olds."

"But somehow or another it's okay if you're discussing gay sex," Rogan continued. "Like it's very strange."

Kennedy chimed in, "It's not strange. It's wrong. It's it's it's dangerous. It's a grooming behavior. If you're trying to if you're trying to broach any sexual topic with a child that is not of age to have sex – that is grooming. That is the definition of grooming right and grooming itself."

"You talk to my 8-year-old about anything sexual – hetero, homo, anything, it's wildly inappropriate," Kennedy said, adding that any type of behavior like that is "indoctrination."

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On the topic of mass shootings, Rogan and Kennedy brought up the use of psychoactive drugs by mass shooters.

Rogan noted reports of the "prevalence of psychoactive drugs, the prevalence of psychiatric medications amongst school shooters, amongst mass shooters, that it is f**ing off the charts."

Rogan said the media attempts to "bury" the mass shootings by "using gang violence."

"There's a giant difference between gang violence mass shootings, which occur all the time, which is also something that no one's trying to fix, and then the actual people that strap themselves up and go into places where people are unarmed and just slaughter people," Rogan stated.

Rogan claimed that mass shooters are almost all of them are on "something," whether it be SSRIs or "some sort of anti-anxiety medication."

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You can watch the entire "Joe Rogan Experience" interview with Tim Kennedy below.