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Foreword | This paper reports the experience of Queensland police in the investigation of predatory behaviour by men seeking sex with children through online chat rooms.
It reports on the 25 investigations into online grooming completed by the Queensland Police in the period June 2003 and September 2004 under the code name Task Force Argos, and includes a discussion of three successful prosecutions.
Workers who visited reported they found no evidence of abuse at the time.
The Ray case bears similarities to the October starvation death of Natalie Finn, a West Des Moines 16-year-old who was adopted out of foster care, home-schooled and died from starvation, and Malayia Knapp, a Des Moines teen who was adopted, home-schooled, and ran away and called police after she was severely abused.
“There was a lot of stress mainly due to her height,” says Ellen.
She wrote, too, of her daughter’s “roller-coaster emotions,” a common complaint from parents observing massive mood swings, PMS-like symptoms and other “teen emotions” in daughters just beginning the first grade—and in some cases even younger.Sabrina Ray, who was adopted out of foster care and home-schooled, was found unresponsive at the home at 1708 First Ave. Perry Police Chief Eric Vaughn has not released a cause of death from an autopsy Monday.The Iowa State Medical Examiner's office said Tuesday it could be weeks before a formal cause of death is released because of ongoing tests.Details of Natalie's death and Malayia's abuse, first exposed by Reader's Watchdog, prompted oversight meetings at the Legislature and ongoing probes by Iowa’s state ombudsman, child-welfare officials and others.All three cases are raising questions about the decision of Human Services leaders to investigate fewer cases of alleged abuse.