Crime How a 10-Year-Old Girl's Diary Entry Led to Child Sex Abuse Charges Against Man
Missouri couple charged in death of emaciated 10-year-old
MISSION, Kan. (AP) — A 10-year-old Missouri girl whose parents have been charged in her death was so emaciated that a detective said she looked "like a Holocaust victim," according to court records. The girl, who is identified in court records as JAA, died Oct. 3. A cause of death hasn’t been determined. Randall and Susan Abney, of Salem, have been charged with abuse or neglect of a child resulting in death, and are jailed on $500,000 bond. Online court records do not list attorneys who could speak on their behalf.A Dent County deputy coroner said the girl weighed just 39.8 pounds (18 kilograms), including the weight of a body bag, blanket and attached medical equipment.
A 46-year-old Georgia man faces accusations he molested a 10-year-old girl, who wrote about the alleged sex abuse in her diary.
PEOPLE confirms David Lee Kinnison has been charged with kidnapping and aggravated child molestation.
The Newnan man is being held without bond.
Local reports indicate an investigation into Kinnison's alleged conduct began after the girl's mother came forward to make a complaint.
According toand , the mother contacted police after reading a detailed entry her young daughter had made in her diary.
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Detectives continue to investigate and have conducted forensic interviews with the alleged victim.
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The Times-Herald reports that police accuse Kinnison of taking the girl into a room in his home, where he allegedly molested her.
Kinnison has been in custody since Oct. 16. He has not entered a plea to the charges against him.
An attorney who might speak for Kinnison was not immediately identified.
Gay couples tie knot for first time at Taiwan military wedding .
Waving rainbow flags and shedding tears of joy, two Taiwanese same-sex couples tied the knot on Friday at a mass wedding hosted by the military in another landmark for Asia's LGBT community. Taiwan is at the vanguard of the burgeoning gay rights movement in Asia and became the first place in the region to allow same-sex marriage in May 2019 after a bruising political fight. Nearly 200 couples paraded at an army base in northern Taoyuan county before exchanging vows at an outdoor ceremony.Among them were two Taiwanese female soldiers and their civilian same-sex partners, a first for the island's armed forces which regularly hosts mass weddings for staff.