Jonathan Carey "Champion for the Disabled" Born September 12,1993 Killed by caregivers on February 15,2007
Cuomo’s Justice Center makes most reported sexual assaults and rapes of the disabled disappear, top official accused of sexual harassment
Most sexual predators that prey on the vulnerable and weak in New York State are being protected and shielded from prosecution by Governor Cuomo’s corrupt Justice Center.
ALBANY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, October 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com
/ -- The Jonathan Carey Foundation which advocates for the safety, health, rights and lives of people with disabilities has been uncovering and publicly exposing New York State’s extremely dangerous mental health care system that is rampant with sexual abuse. Numerous press releases have gone out over the last year revealing wide-scale systemic cover-ups and fraud. The sheer numbers of reported sexual assaults and rapes reveal problems of epic proportion, yet Governor Andrew Cuomo has refused to take emergency actions vitally needed to radically reduce these horrors. Instead the governor has done everything possible to protect the sexual predators, instead of New York State residents with disabilities being sexually assaulted in his agencies.
It has just come out publicly that the head of Governor Cuomo’s abuse hotline for the disabled that has been involved in ensuring that most sexual assaults and rapes reported to his agency were never reported to local police was accused of sexual harassment himself according to the NY Post http://nypost.com/2017/10/23/top-cuomo-official-claims-former-boss-sexually-harassed-employees/
and CBS News https://www.cbsnews.com/news/patricia-gunning-cuomo-administration-aide-claims-harassment-by-superior/
The New York Times in their award winning investigative series titled “Abused and Used” http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/nyregion/abused-and-used-series-page.html
exposed New York State’s mental health care system for what it is, extremely dangerous and deadly. The very first piece of this massive series which was a runner up for a Pulitzer Prize exposed how the system rewarded and promoted sexual predators. Rick Sousie was literally caught with his pants down and semen was found on the victim who was disabled http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/13/nyregion/13homes.html
. Please read this extremely disturbing piece titled, “At State-Run Homes, Abuse and Impunity” which was written by Danny Hakim on March 12, 2011 and remember that Governor Cuomo could have taken numerous immediate actions to protect the disabled then, but chose to protect the sexual predators instead.
Here it is directly quote by the Times from this extremely damning story;
“At a home upstate in Hudson Falls, two days before Christmas in 2006, an employee discovered her supervisor, Ricky W. Sousie, in the bedroom of a severely disabled, 54-year-old woman. Mr. Sousie, a stocky man with wispy hair, was standing between the woman’s legs. His pants were around his ankles, his hand was on her knee and her diaper was pulled down.
The police were called, and semen was found on the victim. But the state did not seek to discipline Mr. Sousie. Instead, it transferred him to work at another home.”
Another horrific news story is about a New York State male caregiver who was sexually abusing a disabled boy for over two years. This man was allowed to take the boy back to his home where he was videotaping the sex acts. He was caught through a federal porn sting or he would still be committing these sick crimes today http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/new-york-pay-3m-family-boy-molested-group-home-article-1.2977392
. The man, who was finally caught and stopped after years of sexually abusing a young disabled boy, and possibly many others, thankfully was criminally prosecuted by the feds, called New York State’s system “a predator’s dream.”
The sexual assaults and rapes of people with disabilities living in residential facilities and group homes are off the charts. Years worth of New York State records obtained through Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) requests reveal that for the developmentally disabled in New York State through the Office of People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) system alone an average of 325 reported sexual assaults every three months. The tragic reality is that only approximately 3% of these sexual assault cases against the developmentally disabled will ever be reported according to a highly recognized report found on the State of Massachusetts official website http://www.mass.gov/dppc/abuse-recognize/prevalence-of-violence.html
. Simply do the math, statistically upwards of one third of New York State residents with disabilities living in OPWDD facilities or sub-contracted private facilities and group homes under OPWDD are being sexually assaulted annually. This evil must be stopped. Most sexual predators that prey on the vulnerable and weak in New York State are being protected and shielded from prosecution by Governor Cuomo’s corrupt Justice Center. Sexual predators that are being protected and shielded from prosecution are also out on the streets able to possibly assault or rape your children because they are not in jail where they belong.
Everything points back to Governor Andrew Cuomo. The Justice Center, which is not a Justice Center, but a fraudulent whitewash cover-up entity, is his agency. Jay Kiyonaga who is accused of sexual harassment and workplace violence by the former Justice Center ‘special prosecutor/inspector general’ was not fired by Governor Cuomo after numerous requests over the last year or now. Jay Kiyonaga has instead been promoted to a top position within OPWDD, as Deputy Commissioner over 126,000 people with disabilities? OPWDD is where staggering sex assault crimes are occurring against the developmentally disabled. Governor Cuomo is protecting sexual predators.
For further information see previous press release links below:
Cuomo’s Justice Center Covering-Up Most Rapes and Deaths of People with Disabilities
Cuomo’s Justice Center Covering-Up Sex Crimes, Deaths and Records
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo in Collusion Scheme to Cover-up Rapes and Deaths of People with Special Needs
The Jonathan Carey Foundation
email us here
The incredible life and tragic preventable death of Jonathan Carey, who was disabled, had autism, was non-verbal & only 13 when he was killed by his caregivers