Heterosexual Menace: Shock Collars, Shootings, Incest — But No Gay Adoption

Jim Burroway

February 2nd, 2009

From Xenia, Ohio, we have a father who disciplined his children by using shock collars:

The Caesarscreek Twp. man who used a shock collar and water torture to discipline three of his four children was sentenced to 16 years in prison by Greene County Common Pleas Court Judge J. Timothy Campbell Monday. David O. Liskany, 39, of Hussey Road, was sentenced to six years each for two counts of second-degree felonious assault and to four years for one count of third-degree attempted felonious assault.

“The only thing you didn’t do was wrap their faces in cheesecloth. They basically were waterboarded,” Campbell said before handing down his sentence, which was far harsher than the 4 years in prison recommended by state probation authorities. According to Campbell, Liskany abused three of his four children — who were 13, 11 and four at the time of the abuse — by using a dog’s shock collar on them, holding them underwater, subjecting them to cold showers and spraying water up their noses.

Authorities found out when the older boy ran away from home, walking fifteen miles to a relative. Liskany’s ex-wife Wendy Liskany pleaded for the court to not jail her ex-husband. “I don’t feel that incarcerating him will help,” she said.

Maybe Liskany had to use such creative measures because they spoiled their children when they were younger. These parents from New York were determined not to make that mistake:

A 5-month-old child is in critical condition Saturday in what police suspect is a child abuse case. Police say they have charged the girl’s father, Scott Archbold, 41, with causing the injuries including multiple bone fractures, internal bleeding and signs of prior abuse. Christina Benjamin, (above right) the infant’s mother, has been charged with child endangerment for allegedly failing to get the child medical attention after the infant’s grandmother suspected the abuse.

But at least Liskany and the Archbold-Benjamins didn’t just kill their entire families outright.

Armed with a handgun, [Ervin Antonio] Lupoe evidently roamed room to room starting as early as Monday evening, fatally shooting his wife and five young children — including two sets of twins.

Early Tuesday, Lupoe faxed a bitter, rambling two-page letter to a local television station blaming his employer for his actions. Though his wife and children were already dead, he also called the station threatening to kill his family, investigators believe. He followed this up with an incongruous call to police saying that he had returned home and that “my whole family has been shot.”

Fortunately, not all heterosexuals are so violent. This father loved his daughter so much, he had four children by her. He didn’t care much for his grandchildren-children though:

The father, Danial Rinehart, 47, is scheduled to appear in court Thursday. Authorities say three of the four babies he fathered by the second-oldest daughter, who is now 19, are dead. A 3-year-old boy is alive and in state custody. Rinehart is charged with second-degree felony murder, child endangerment, two counts of incest and two counts of abandonment of a corpse. The remains of two infants were found in chest-type coolers.

His wife, Linda Rinehart, is charged with child endangerment. Authorities say she was jealous of the relationship between her husband and daughter but helped with the babies’ deliveries.

Obviously, we need to put a stop to this sort of abusive family dynamics. That’s why a Tennessee state legislator is introducing legislation to ban adoption by same-sex parents. It’s also why a West Virginia judge thinks a 2-year-old girl would be much better off if she were ripped from the only parents she has ever known. Her lesbian fostor parents have cared for her since birth and now want to adopt her.

You can read more about the misery and emptiness of the heterosexual lifestyle here and in our report, “The Heterosexual Agenda: Exposing the Myths.”

Lynn David

February 2nd, 2009

Liskany got 16 years; but Bush and Cheney got pensions.

Emily K

February 2nd, 2009


Regan DuCasse

February 2nd, 2009

Yes, from state to state the courts and legislatures in so many parts of our country have no logic.

Let’s not forget the yet unnamed 33 year old woman here in CA who just had 8 newborns.
Forget the risks she put herself and children in, but the fertility drugs she was issued and the doctor who allowed this were subject to liability if something had gone wrong.

This mother has to use donated mother’s milk, she’s only got two mammaries, after all.
She’s single, unemployed and lives with her financially strapped and already bankrupted parents and she has six children already, all seven years of age and under. One of which is autistic.

Six young children obviously close in age, needful of attention already.
Now, fourteen altogether.

Oh yes…and she’s trying to extort a payday from the media because she’s ‘got all these children to take care of’.


1. She CHOSE to have children under such circumstances so she doesn’t deserve to be given ANYTHING, not even from taxpayers by way of welfare.

2. She’s mentally ill in some way. Obssessed with having babies with no regard for their creature or financial circumstances.
No media person should indulge such motives to be on television.

The disregard for children and lack of care in creating them or caring for them is appalling.
Making the complaints for inviting children to a lesbian wedding or being taught about “King and King” so ridiculous.

To say nothing of how many children are killed in gang warfare in any given big city in America, and how many teachers have been busted of late for having sex with their very young students?

And what REALLY bites most of all?
When I was about 28 years old, I sought a tubal ligation. Chemical birth control was not an option for me.
And I didn’t think about or care if I ever got married.

The vetting procedure at Kaiser for ligation was MONTHS long. It included lectures, psychological profiling and physical exam. As well as interview by the GYN for fitness to make the decision.
And even after ALL that, he refused.
To refer me as well as do it himself.

Only by chance did I find out that another gyn in the same Kaiser clinic was willing, she’d had the procedure herself and she told me the previous doctor was unethical for not referring me to her in the first place.

Us women who know our own minds and DON’T WANT CHILDREN are treated as if we don’t or can’t make that decision.
Tell me WHERE is the harm in NOT having children?

Clearly, this double standard around heterosexuals who want what THEY want and don’t care who it harms, infuriates me no end.

The next heterosexual that bitches about ‘harm to children’ as their impetus for voting FOR Prop. 8, won’t hear the end of it from ME.


February 2nd, 2009

Ok, all of these “parents” need to be taken out in back of the courthouse and shot. Bullets are much cheaper than the the cost of keeping their worthless butts in prison for the measley sentences they recieved. I am so sick of the huge disparities in sentencing between states for things like this. Abuse of a child in any way should be considered a federal crime and it should have severe penalties that are the same in every state.

As for the comment about the woman who had the 8 babies …UNBELIEVABLE! What doctor in his right mind would prescribe fertility medication for a woman with 6 barely-school-age children already?

So, not only will the county (or state) surely be footing the bill for her hospital stay and that of her newborns, but they will also end up paying for them to live as she has no means of support and there is no father in the picture apparently.

It just astounds me that there are so many people out there that want children and are emotionally/financially prepared to care for them, but they are denied that chance or they are put in a position where it’s made nearly impossible for them to be parents, but any two morons that can insert tab A into slot B can have a kid and spend years screwing them up and no one says boo!

People like this give the rest of us straights a bad name!

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