It was back in 2018 when police raided one of Washington, DC’s largest daycare centers after allegations that staff members were physically abusing children. Following complaints that toddlers had been abused, a number of staff members were arrested.
Officers in unmarked vehicles at the time had raided Minnieland Academy in Bristow, carrying seized computers, hard drives, and brown paper bags containing other evidence. Three female staff members were arrested on suspicion of child abuse.
According to a report by Fox5, former Minnieland employee Taylor Boykin was accused of assaulting four young children. It happened that Boykin, who was denied bond, lived just a few blocks away from this daycare.
This was the latest instance of child abuse at the well-known Northern Virginia daycare chain. The company had already faced lawsuits stemming from a child cruelty scandal in Woodbridge in 2013 and a sexual assault incident in Centreville in 2010.
When Boykin started working for Minnieland seven years ago, the company claimed he was subjected to a background check. However, keeping records is a different story because when FOX 5 investigated Minnieland’s records with the Department of Social Services, it discovered multiple instances of expired criminal background checks for employees at multiple locations.
At the time, the state, under the presidency of Trump, had launched two separate investigations into the company’s operations. The company had also said to Fox 5 that it had decided to “launch a third-party, independent audit across all locations to do its own review of procedures.”
This news of the D.C. paedophile ring bust had followed Trump’s “announcement of a federal investigation into the elite pedophile scandal involving human trafficking” while he declared that they must put an end to the ‘horrifice, really horrific crimes taking place.’ Trump had also “held a short, dramatic press conference after meeting with human trafficking experts to announce that he will direct ‘the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies’ to devote more resources and personnel to the investigation.
“Appearing at the press conference for less than two minutes, President Trump said that the issue has been on the radar of federal government ‘for some time’ but since taking office in January the investigation has become ‘much more focused.'”
Unfortunately, after a lot of media portals reported this event with such a title:
some media portals said that this was fake news and that the daycare centre was raided only for a teacher’s aide having sexually abused children, and not for pimping children to elite paedophiles. Do you smell rats from the media’s side, considering that even President Trump had done a press conference about it? Is it that difficult to swallow that wealthy people, even those in high positions, can be paedophiles?
Still, this is quite shocking to know that you have paedophiles doing jobs which put them in contact with innocent children.