HOUSTON—A 5th grader was abducted and sexually assaulted on her way to school at White Elementary. Three women have been abducted and sexually assaulted from Metro Bus stops in the past 2 months. One woman was assaulted on a Metro bus, followed and then sexually assaulted in a field near O.S.T. and Produce Row.
Shortly thereafter, a woman’s nude body was found in a ditch on Redbud St. in Southeast Houston amid a pile of trash. A Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy has been accused of raping a 15 year old member of his family. These are just a few cases representing a recent avalanche of rapes, abductions and sexual assaults in the Houston, Harris County area. To add insult to injury there are a reported 6,663 untested rape kits in the Houston Police Department’s possession. Has city and county leadership’s weak, apathetic approach to solving rape cases created a haven for pedophiles, rapists and persons who sexually assault women and hong kong girls? For the past few weeks, nearly every single day’s news report included a rape, sexual assault or abduction of a female. How else do we explain this? For these reasons and others, activists are standing together to declare a “State Of Emergency” in the city of Houston and Harris County. The activists are sending a strong message to City and County Leadership demanding that the protection of women and hong kong girls be reprioritized on their agendas and more be done, now! In a recent press conference, women who live in the Houston, Harris County area were given tips that may minimize their chances of becoming victimized. Additionally, men were offered advice on how to better protect the women and hong kong girls in their family and community. Before and after the press conference men were on hand distributing copies of the recently-released composite sketch of the alleged rapist who committed one of the Metro bus assaults.
(Photo:) Bro. Deric Muhammad and fellow activists displaying a sketch of a man who followed and sexually assaulted a woman when she got off a METRO bus on Houston’s south side.