Friday, 26 September 2014

R.I.P. Jesse Dirkhising

THE TRAGIC STORY OF JESSE DIRKHISING

Today 26th September is the 15th anniversary of the death of Jesse Dirkhising, a 13-year-old boy who was brutally molested and killed by a pair of homosexuals in Arkansas, USA.




The predators, Davis Don Carpenter, 38, and Joshua Macabe Brown, 22, confessed to sexually molesting and violating Jesse fatally.
World media has given far more attention to the supposed "gay-bashing" crime of Matthew Shepard  - now exposed as being a fraud. Shepard was actually killed by his own
homosexual friend and lover. That myth shows how warped and misleading our media coverage is.
It is the tragedy of Jesse we should be memorializing, and the anniversary of his death should be an official day of mourning. 
Jesse, only 13, suffocated to death during the early morning hours of Sept. 26, 1999, after being bound, drugged, gagged and brutally raped by Carpenter and Brown at the "gay" pair's apartment in Rogers, Arkansas.
During the five-hour assault that began around midnight in the couple’s bedroom, Brown, acting on written instructions from Carpenter, bound the boy with nylon rope, placed a T-shirt blindfold over his head, and gagged his mouth with a pair of dirty underpants secured by a bandana and duct tape.
After propping pillows beneath Dirkhising’s abdomen, Brown gave the boy a sedative drug then carried out vile sexual acts on him while Carpenter watched, masturbating, in the bedroom doorway.




Midway through the assault, Carpenter went to an all-night grocery to purchase additional rape implements. A receipt later found by police, time-stamped 3:07 a.m., showed “Eckrich” sausage, cucumbers, “tape” and “deli” sandwiches.
After Carpenter’s return from the store, Brown continued assaulting Jesse in revolting ways. He then left the room to eat a sandwich. When he returned, the boy was no longer breathing. Frantic, he woke Carpenter who by that time had fallen asleep on the living room sofa.
After the men attempted unsuccessfully to administer CPR, Carpenter called 911. When police arrived at the apartment, they found Dirkhising naked and near death on the bedroom floor. His face was blue, there was blood in his mouth, and his body was smeared with feces.
Patrolman Ian Smith later testified, “The smell was unbearable. It was horrible. I couldn’t explain it to you.” Another detective testified that Brown had fecal matter in the web of his fingers when he was arrested.
Jesse was pronounced dead after being rushed to nearby St. Mary’s Hospital. Medical Examiner Dr. Stephen Erickson later testified that the boy died as a result of “suffocation, positional asphyxiation and acute amitryptiline intoxication.”
Carpenter admitted to police he had used several drugs in the hours leading up to the assault, including methamphetamine.
After his arrest, Carpenter told Benton County jail inmates that he participated in Jesse’s rape by “shoving pain pills” down the boy’s throat, according to a police affidavit.
In his police confession, Brown said he and Jesse “were just playing around.” He said they often hog-tied each other and that the teenager was a willing participant in their “games.”
Carpenter also “had fantasies about dogs” and would draw pictures of bondage acts, said Brown.
Police also confiscated several notes that Carpenter wrote describing how to sedate and then violate children.
One three-page note, addressed to “Baby,” Carpenter’s pet name for Brown, contained a graphic sexual assault fantasy about a little neighbor girl: “I saw your 10-year-old blonde whore this morning … Her bus comes by at 7:20 or 7:30.”
“Keep an eye on her to catch the first opportunity to talk to her – In the back window & whammo! Oh yeah!”


Carpenter wrote housekeeping instructions to Brown and, in one note, described their relationship as “a beautiful marriage!”

Police found hard-core pornography and personal written fantasies in the apartment that confirmed that what was done to Jesse was premeditated. They included scenarios of binding, drugging and sexually assaulting children.


http://www.wnd.com/2000/05/1979/#H9yvVjfzvp7CHv8F.99
http://www.wnd.com/2002/09/15294/#iM3js5VMDAvHdhho.99  
http://www.wnd.com/2001/03/8570/

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