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Heterosexual Menace: Mother and Daughter Caught in Heterosexual Recruitment Ring

Jim Burroway

February 17th, 2011
Susan Brock

Susan Brock

Susan Brock, 48, of Chandler, AZ, pleaded guilty to three counts of attempted sexual conduct with a minor on Monday in connection with a four-year affair she had with a boy that started when he was thirteen. Unbeknownst to her, her daughter, Rachel Brock, was also arrested for molesting the boy when he was 14 and she was 18. Rachel hasn’t been formally charged yet since that investigation is ongoing.  Mama Brock was quite generous to the young boy, with more than just her attentions:

Brock was indicted on 15 counts in connection with more than 30 acts she was accused of committing with the boy in her home, her mother’s home, her car, his car, a laundry room and in secluded places in Chandler. None of the acts included intercourse.

…According to police, Susan Brock and the boy communicated through their e-mail accounts. She was accused of giving him an iPod, iPod Touch and two iPhones, and coached him to say he was jogging so she could pick him for the liaisons.

The elder Brock is soon to become the ex-wife of Republican Maricoopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock. Another political activist, Chrisian Weems, was also arrested. She was accused of breaking into the victim’s Yahoo mail account and deleting incriminating evidence. Police released a recorded phone conversation between Brock and Weems when Weems offered to help destroy the evidence:

In the recording, Weems asks Brock … if she remembers the password to a beach house that they once visited in California. Investigators said Weems was trying to talk in code, but Brock wasn’t following, so Weems cut to the chase and asked her for the password to an e-mail account which Brock shared with the teenage boy she’s accused of having a sexual relationship with. Investigators said Brock and the boy would leave messages for each other in the draft folder, so that they never sent an actual e-mail.

More evidence of what the heterosexuals have in store for society and your children here and here.

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Don
February 17th, 2011 | LINK

Yet another, this one a Utah patriarch of a musical family:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110217/ap_on_re_us/us_music_group_abuse

Regan DuCasse
February 17th, 2011 | LINK

Haven’t you noticed that in conservative newspapers and online journals like WND or TownHall, the stereotype that ONLY gay males are sexual predators that threaten families and children is maintained over and over and over again.

But stories like the one regarding Brown family, or the McDougals (deans of Pat Brown’s Regents University that were CONVICTED of both sexually abusing their three adopted daughters) or how many incidents of hetero female middle and high school teachers have sex with their students ISN’T?

A predator is a predator and sexual orientation obviously has nothing to do with it. It’s about adults, whatever their orientation, who abuse children period. Even if it’s THEIR OWN.

If any of these so called family values advocates could be CONSISTENT in their concern for children and reported on ALL abuse cases, I could believe that was their concern.
But CHILDREN are NOT their concern.

Fomenting anti gay suspicion and discrimination is.

NONE of which, helps children whatsoever. And believe me, people in law enforcement, the GOOD ones…don’t appreciate this kind of gender and orientation bias whatsoever. It wastes our time, maintains danger to children and gives children less options on who they CAN trust among adults.

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