Father Places Ad in Paper to Get Someone to Rape, Beat His Eleven Year Old Daughter – parenting does not make one more godly or mature
Many times, most Christians like to assume that marriage and/or parenting makes a person more “godly” or more responsible or mature. Many Christians assume all unmarried and/or childless adults are sinful, selfish, etc.
Here is another example of a father who was abusing his own kid (I have many more stories like this of other men who have abused their kids, or moms who abused their kids).
I put “pastors/ preachers” in the tags for this post, because they are one group who keeps perpetuating the stereotypes among Christians that the never married or the childless are not as good, godly, or ethical as married people with kids:
The Huffington Post | By Sebastian Murdock
Posted: 11/05/2013 2:48 pm EST
A Missouri man accused of planning for his daughter to be beaten and raped was swiftly arrested by police last Friday.
Anthony Brinkman, 32, allegedly placed an ad online looking for someone to beat and rape his 11-year-old daughter while he watched, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
What Brinkman didn’t count on was an undercover officer responding to the request. Officer Randy Vaughn, a spokesman for the St. Louis County Police Department, said the undercover officer agreed to meet the suspect at a predetermined location, KMOV reported.
Brinkman then took his 11-year-old daughter 80 miles away from their home in Cuba, Mo. to St. Louis. He thought he was meeting a woman interested in sexually assaulting the girl with sex toys, according to KSDK. When he pulled into the meeting spot — a local Cracker Barrel — he was immediately taken into custody.
According to the Examiner, Brinkman admitted to police that he placed the ad and that he could “perhaps” be in possession of child pornography.
“It’s just a lot of talk for most of these guys, but this guy actually brought [the girl] to the scene to go ahead with the next step of enacting it,” said Detective Mike Slaughter, who handcuffed Brinkman. “If we hadn’t gotten involved and someone bad had gotten in touch with him, something bad would have happened to that little girl.”
Slaughter said Brinkman sent undercover officers pictures of the girl and posted them online.