AR man accused of raping MySpace girls, one is pregnant

Antonio Lopez

Antonio Lopez

Man Accused of Raping Underage Girls He Met on Myspace:

Not a lot of detail on this one but 24-year-old Antonio Lopez of Springdale, Arkansas has been charged with raping two 13-year-old girls that he met on MySpace. The article doesn’t clarify if it’s statutory rape or not but let’s face it, when it comes to 13-year-old girls it’s all rape.

To make matters worse one of the victims is 8-months pregnant. The article insinuates that Lopez is the sperm donor.

If the child isn’t given up for adoption imagine trying to explain that to the child. “Well, your father (statutory?) raped me when I was 13.”

Again parents, if you don’t monitor your kids’ online activity this could be just one of many horrible fates that could await them.

TN man accused of killing girlfriend over abortion

Abortion argument leads to murder of pregnant woman:  

Boyfriend Arrested for Double Murder:

Suspect denies killing pregnant girlfriend:

Reason To Blow Up the World

Scumbag du jour over there is one 26-year-old Tarence Nelson of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. He stands accused in the shooting death of his pregnant girlfriend, 36-year-old Tonya M. Johnson of Arlington, TN. He allegedly shot her because she was pregnant and she wanted her to have an abortion and she wanted to keep the baby.

One witness said that Johnson was shot at least once in the abdomen, once in the chest and once in the back of the head.

 To make matters even worse Nelson is denying the charges giving the age old “It wasn’t me” defense.

Let’s here from a defense attorney…

“It alleges, and I’m paraphrasing, that he was in the area at the time of the homicide, that there was a vehicle seen parked at his home, and that a person matching his description was seen going from the home to the car,” Ballin said.

Never mind all that means, motive and opportunity junk.

If there were as many dopplegangers as scumbags like this claimed there would be more evil twins than a bad soap opera.

Is your future stint in prison worth trying to get out of child support?