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2011: The Year in Bad Breeders

I know we’re a little late getting this together but as we did last year rather than picking just one Bad Breeder of the year I asked the writers here to pick the stories that most impacted them from 2011.

First up is Suzee…

Looking back at 2011 here at BB there are several stories here that affected me a lot. Baylee Stenman comes to mind because this happened in the city that I reside, and the magnitude of the injuries that ultimately caused her family to take her off of life support at 3 years of age is heartbreaking. Even more heartbreaking is the fact that her mother’s boyfriend, the person who killed Baylee, showed no warning signs whatsoever and Baylee’s mom left her in his care to go to work. How heartbroken she must be that she didn’t have much time that fateful morning as she was running late for work and gave Baylee the last hug, kiss, and ‘I love you” while Baylee was alive as she was going out the door.

Then there is, Anna Riggs and Brandon Riggs. Those two sold their four-month old child to their drugs dealer for drugs and money. They also did this after they had someone else taking care of the child for a long period of time, and the boy was never seen again until police arrested someone for something unrelated to the current case against the Riggs’ and told them what was going on. The sale was done to supposedly to ensure the Riggs’ wouldn’t back out of an adoption agreement. How sad that a child only held a monetary value for both sides.

Finally we have Michael Suchodolski. Michael decided that when his 17-day-old daughter Karmen Johnson wouldn’t stop crying he would shake her. He shook her so hard that she showed signs of needing to go to the hospital and thank goodness the fucker took her there. This baby girl suffered several serious injuries to her head and brain, but somehow started to make a miraculous recovery. I only hope that she continues to make the same progress she has been, and that her worthless “father” will get what he deserves. He faces a maximum of 15 years, but he just might face some good ole prison justice.

Next up is Cynical Me…

Maleeya Marie Murley Avalon – Maleeya was a beautiful baby girl with a great smile. The things that she endured at the hands of Molly Jane Roe, who is not Maleeya’s mother, were horrendous. Roe is the personification of evil!

In a fit of rage, because she was mad at her boyfriend, Maleeya’s father, she not only threw this 17 month old baby, causing her to hit her head, she brutalized her. This demented, callous slag tortured this baby in ways that are unfathomable to most. She did everything she could to cause this child pain and torment in a very short time span. Maleeya had bruises all over her, she was raped, bit, and lastly suffered from a head wound and was eventually removed from life support.

I will never forget Maleeya’s smile!

I will also never forget the soulless eyes of Molly Roe!!

Chloe Honeycutt – This story stands out because of the senseless of the actions that cost gorgeous 9-year-old Chloe her life.

The breeder, Karen Honeycutt, had at least four DUI convictions previously. She was drunk and drove to pick her kids up from school. Her BAC was .22 a few hours after the crash and the toxicology report showed marijuana in her system. She was doing around 100 mph in a residential and school area when she lost control of the SUV. She had 3 of the 4 kids she was picking up in the vehicle with her. The only child that was restrained was her 8-year-old son. Both Chloe and her step-brother were thrown from the vehicle. He survived with a broken back.

Little Chloe died in the arms of a mother that was driving with her own children. Loraine Yelton held her in her arms singing and talking to her. Afterwards, her older brother, walking home from school, came upon the scene. Recognizing the SUV he approached and found his sister…

We see these cases all of the time. This tragedy was utterly and completely preventable. My heart still breaks for the loss of this angel…

Karen Honeycutt is, plain and simply put, a drunk! She broke her neck in the wreck, if only it had paralyzed her from the neck down so she could never place another drink or joint to her lips again!!

There are so many others I could list here, but the story that affected me the most this year and I always find myself looking for updates on and my whole family has heard all the horrific details, I didn’t write. It’s one that I’m not sure I could have written. It’s one of MamaEagle’s.

Christian Choate– The torment and torture of this thirteen year old boy is heart wrenching! Locked in a dog kennel, beaten, choked, and tortured, the only activity he was allowed, other than being abused, was to write. Just thinking about the things he wrote tears my heart out…

He was failed by everyone. Doctors, teachers, CPS, judges, lawyers, his breeders, his step-beast, his sister, and the list goes on and on!

I have never felt the kind of animosity and hatred I have for every sadistic piece of shit responsible for Christian’s miserable life!!

Now from Deena…

Crystal Valdez and Cesar Ruiz – Christopher Valdez

Crystal Valdez and Cesar Ruiz come to mind when I think of the stories that affected me the most of 2011. You see these two had a history of abusing Crystal’s son Christopher and that abuse would end Christopher’s life on, what should have been, his fourth birthday.

There was no party planned for Christopher, Mom had not purchased him a single gift. Instead his aunt and uncle, after hearing that Christopher was sporting a black eye for Thanksgiving, forced their way into the family’s home and found Christopher’s cold and beaten body wrapped in a blanket. The apartment was packed and it appeared Mr. and Mrs. Baby Beaters were going to make a run for it.

As I researched Christopher’s story the only pictures I could find of him showed a sad-faced little boy, with big brown eyes that ached for some love and tenderness. That face and those eyes will haunt me forever. R.I.P. Christopher.

Pyro Mom GUILTY – Sharon Hinojosa

The highlight of the year for me was one sentence.

“She will die in prison…”

That sentence gave justice to two beautiful children, Anthony and Alayna Hinojosa. Sharon Hinojosa burned her babies alive in October 2009 and on November 9, 2011 a jury found her guilty of two counts of First Degree Murder. Her sentence soon followed and she was given life in prison, meaning she WILL die in prison.

I was elated as I followed this case from beginning to end, crossing my fingers and praying that there would be no loop-hole that allowed her to get away with killing her babies.

Thank you to Wayne County Prosecutors, the jury and every single person who testified on behalf of Anthony and Alayna.

And from Danielle…

It’s so hard to pick a story that affected me the most, because they all affect me so much –all in different ways. When I write stories about babies or kids being tortured for years, like the Irish traveler who tortured her 8 kids for 8 years, I close my eyes and see all those kids scared to death of what’s next. Or, when kids are starved or beaten for stealing food, like Leonel Garcia Morales did to his daughter or Venette Ovilde did to her 8-year old… I just can’t even begin to fathom how you deny your babies with a basic necessity like food. Stories of junkie parents putting their babies in harm’s way to get that high and methtards with labs in their homes where the kids live, it’s all too much to bear. Kids in cages, or chained up, or locked in a room full of feces, living in squalor – I’ve written about all of those this year. And we can’t forget all the c***astic selfish bitches out there that don’t protect their little ones from their boyfriends – I hate them the most. But… dead babies/kids touch me the most and unfortunately, for me to list all of the dead baby/kid stories I wrote in the past year would take up too much space. A child dying for any reason is an unbearable thought, if I ever lost either of my girls I don’t even want to think about what I’d do. So when a parent participates in the death of one of their kids, I just can’t ever get over it.

To pick one story, out of the 91 stories I wrote in 2011, I’d have to pick the story about the mother of 3, LaShanda Armstrong. If you remember, she was the mom who drove her van into the Hudson River with her 3 kids inside. Moments before the van was submerged in water, her 10-year old son was able to escape through a window and stood watching his mother and 2 siblings as the van disappeared into the river. The newspapers, as well as her supporters, claimed that she was a woman at her wit’s end. That she had a steady job and took great care of her kids, but was in a bad relationship and it sent her over the edge. That he was controlling and cruel and she’d recently found out he was cheating. Boo-fucking-hoo. I said it once and I’ll say it a thousand times… if life is that tough and you really feel like you need to take your own life, leave your babies out of it. My heart still breaks when I think of the 10-year old that survived and what he must be going through and feeling. I pray and hope that he’s alright and living his life full of love and hope for the future.

I can’t end my year-end wrap up without mentioning two evil dwellers of Gloucester, Va, Brian and Shannon Gore. This story affected me not only in 2011, but will likely stay with me for the rest of my life. These two disgusting wastes of human life did the most despicable of things to their daughter. A daughter that no one even knew about… she had no birth certificate and there was no record of her even existing. When authorities found her, she was caged in an upside-down crib, she was naked and emaciated, covered in her own feces, and found to be eating her own dead, flaking skin. Her blonde hair was matted to her head and chunks of it were missing. Not to mention that she had Down Syndrome and cerebral palsy. Poor little thing…

Further searches of their property turned up a pine box with the remains of an infant boy inside. Another child that no one knew about. What’s so heartbreaking is that these two scumbags won’t face murder charges for the infant’s death because medical examiners were not able to determine a cause of death because the remains were too badly decomposed. The Gores also had a healthy, bouncing little 1-month old boy who was well cared for and thriving.

I follow this story to see what will become of the two most disgusting people I’ve ever had the displeasure of learning about. I can only hope that they pay severely for their crimes. That they never see the light of day again and never have the chance to hurt another child.

Now from our own malevolent one who this site would not be possible without her. Of course I mean April…

Oh. How do I pick one child from 2011 to remember when I remember them all. I know their names; I know their faces; I know their stories; I feel their pain; I have cried countless tears. I love these children who aren’t mine to love and I do it with every ounce of my being.

First on my list are Calyx and Beau Schenecker. On Friday, January 28th, 2011, police in Tampa discovered 50-year-old Julie Powers Schenecker in the backyard of her home. She was covered in her children’s blood. Inside the home, dead, was her 16-year-old daughter, Calyx. Her 13-year-old brother, Beau, lay dead in the family mini-van which was parked in the garage. Both teens had been shot to death.

In the days prior to the murders, Mama Schenecker “allegedly” purchased the gun and started making plans to silence her mouthy teens. Mission accomplished.

Julie’s husband, US Army Colonel Parker Schenekcer, was stationed overseas at the time of the killings. While I’m sure he never saw this coming, he is being accused of negligence for leaving his wife to care for the kids when he knew she was mentally unstable. I’m sure this is a sorry attempt being made by the defense to get this selfish bitch off with an insanity plea.

Another beautiful baby that never leaves my mind… 3-year-old Tristan Robinson.

March 1st, 2011, little Tristan’s burned body was found in the oven in the home he shared with his mother, 24-year-ol Terrie Robinson. An autopsy determined that Tristan was alive prior to being put in the oven, making Terrie one of the most evil murders I have read about on this site since I stumbled across it YEARS ago.

His beautiful smile haunts me. So does the horrendous way he died.

April 13th, 2011, prompted by a series of gruesome images via text message, a call was made to authorities to do a welfare check on 2-year-old Gatlin Armandariz and his 8-month-old brother, Luke Armandariz. The text messages were sent by the boy’s 28-year-old father, Gabriel Armandariz., to their mother. One of the images was a picture of little Luke’s lifeless body…hanging.

The pictures were not a joke. They were not a spiteful attempt to just frighten the boy’s mother. They were, in fact, real. A 10 hour search turned up the bodies of the two babies.

The estranged couple was due in court the following week for a custody hearing. Gabriel Armandariz took matters into his own hands.

Like I said, there are so many that broke my heart. I could list them all day. Instead, I’ll end with this:

Eating a Popsicle was Ame Deal’s last mistake
Alone, in a footlocker, she was left to bake

Jori Lirette was decapitated;
For his mother, on the curb, is where his head waited

Lauren Belius was a twin that was murdered
By a man who said God told him to hurt her

Earnest Oveal Jr, named after his dad,
Was beaten to death because he made THAT man mad

So many stories that all sound the same
And I can recall each one by their name

Shaken baby Syndrome, blunt force trauma to the head
Not eating their dinner, wetting the bed

Beaten, torture, some even raped
I can’t count how many kidnappings were faked

Babies forgotten, in the back seat
Left inside cars, out in the heat

Murder / suicide seems to be a new trend
Tell me, when will this madness end

I lay here and cry, my face soaking wet
Hoping, some day… We won’t need BB.net

Again this year last and certainly least it’s your misanthropic and misogynistic leader, El Jefe, Trench Reynolds…

In 2011 not a lot of stories have stuck out in my mind. I guess I’ve blocked most of them from memory. What did stick out in my mind for 2011 was all of the justice that was denied.

The obvious one that comes to mind is of course Casey Anthony. All the evidence pointed to her being the murderer of her daughter Caylee Marie Anthony, in my opinion. But when push came to shove prosecutors could not prove the cause of Caylee Marie’s death which led to Casey Anthony’s acquittal. In my estimation she literally got away with murder and there will never be justice for Caylee Marie.

In the wake of the Anthony verdict prosecutors in North Carolina gave Elisa Baker a plea deal in the death of her stepdaughter, Zahra Baker. Again, another case where all evidence pointed to the obvious suspect but without a definitive cause of death I feel the prosecutors got scared and offered her the plea. She was sentenced to 14-48 years behind bars. If justice was served she would be at least in prison for life if not facing the death penalty.

The last story where I feel that justice was denied was in the case of Adam Herrman. Adam went missing in 1999 at the age of 11 but wasn’t reported missing until 2008. His adoptive parents, Doug and Valerie Herrman, were collecting government benefits in Adam’s name long after he disappeared. In 2001 they were sentenced on fraud charges of less than a year each. Adam has yet to be found and his adoptive Breeders have yet to be charged in his disappearance.

Hopefully in 2012 we’ll see more abusers get the sentences they deserve but you’ll have to forgive me if I don’t hold my breath.

And I would be remiss if I did not thank the readers and supporters of BB. Without you none of this would be possible. Here’s wishing everyone here at BB a fortuitous 2012.

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  1. Awesome job, everybody! I love you all so much, seriously this site is a great thing. I think the story that impacted me most that happened this year was Jonathan James, the 10 year old who’s piece of shit parents denied water for a week and made him stand in the hot sun and eat peanut butter. I think of his darling face almost everyday, and I hate those assholes who killed him in such a heinous way.

    1. I remember him. I thought that was 2010. Sooooooo many. I couldn’t just pick a few.

      1. It could have been, I’ve read half this site since October and sometimes I get a little mixed up

        1. Could be. Sooooo many.

          1. Him and Jeanette Maples will stay with me forever. I know Jeannette was in 09

          2. Oh…… I think of her. Every time it rains.

          3. She’s definitely the one I think of the most. Her story changed me forever. When I read her story I cried myself to sleep, and I rarely cry even over the worst things. My heart aches for all these babies but usually I don’t cry, even when I’m devastated.

          4. I cry. For evry one. And I’m not a crier.

          5. I’m not a crier until it comes to kids.

          6. She is one that I can’t help but think about at least once a day. 🙁 It really makes me shudder to think that she probably asked herself everyday “What did I do? Why don’t you love me?” I bet she eventually stopped begging her mother to stop beating her just so they wouldn’t last as long, but I bet that didn’t please the stupid c*** either. “I didn’t break her she is just trying to spite me!” I wish I could think of an appropriate punishment for her that wouldn’t be too easy and cause as much pain as possible before she succumbs to it, and then revive her to start all over again. Yeah…I’m a little sadistic.

          7. I agree completely. I hate Angela Mcanulty with a fiery passion I did not know was possible.

      2. The recap always gets to me. I just cannot stand to see the new faces here, but I love them. I love them all. None of these children are mine, but their mine now by adoption of the heart. I hope that the kids featured from this year that are alive won’t have to have a horrifying birthday, Halloween, Christmas, or just mundane day ever again. Maybe food be in their bellies, plenty of water to drink, healthy living conditions, clean clothes, bodies and teeth, brushed hair, no pain, no suffering, and only love in their hearts.

    2. Jonathan James is one of the most heartbreaking I’ve had to read here and in mainstream news.

  2. Furandfeathersmommy

    This recap made me cry, and I’m usually just pissed when I read these stories… and April, that poem just got to me. I read it and was ok, so I tried to read it outloud to my boyfriend and just broke down. Awesome job.

    1. Thank you. It was hard to not remember every child by name. Sadly, the circumstances are all the same, so the poem cam easy.
      Hugs

  3. So sad.

  4. Also not a crier, here, but with tears in my eyes, I have to say that was a great summary. I wish this site didn’t have to exist, but glad that it is here. If even one person sees themselves or their actions in one of these posts and changes, thus changing the life/lives of a child or children, or a witness is able to see that something they thought was “okay” is really not and they “meddle” and a child or children are saved, then this site has done its job. You guys fucking rawk and I love each and every one of you for enduring the emotional pain to give a voice to the babies! I’m gonna give my step daughter (the only kid home at the moment!) a crazy big hug here in a few minutes and tell her for the millionty time how much I love her!! I wish I could do the same for all the abused, forgotten, raped, beaten, starved and murdered babies featured here…. 🙁

  5. Tyler Dasher is it, for me…I was pleasantly going along living my life, aware that there were bad parents (very, VERY bad parents) out there, but I got sucked into this “world” the moment I saw Tyler’s little face.  I’m pretty sure my husband thought I was going insane because I spent three weeks crying over Tyler every single night.  I’m still following his case with interest and look forward to the day that they sentence Shelby.  The other story that will never leave my mind is “Baby P”, Peter Connelly…I know his death didn’t occur in 2011, but his story broke my heart even more.  There’s no going back, back to the land of sticking my head in the sand and ignoring these things.  I feel helpless to do anything but pray, but I’m thankful for sites like these that do the emotionally hard work of putting these awful (and ocassionally hopeful) stories out there…!  Please don’t stop.

    1. Tyler Dasher is another one I think about once a day as is Baby P. Both, like all children to me, were absolutely adorable. Another one that didn’t occur in 2011 but highly affects me is Brianna Lopez. Whoo boy, it’s going to be an interesting day today. Thinking back has me all sorts of fucked up right now. I need to cuddle with the kiddos and hubby.

  6. The brightest days I have is when I come to the site and there are no new blogs. I pray for the day that we don’t need this site too! I also pray that those jerks that come here to bash our writters go where they are wanted (good luck finding that place). The writters here love and grieve for these beautiful babies, this is their way of showing it. If you dont like it, screw you…

  7. Little Kymell Oram,aka Louis Mosely,broke my heart,and I’m still hoping for justice. Also I keep up as much as possible with what’s happening with Joseph Zysk and the Gores. May justice be done.
    Thanks to all of the writers here for keeping these kids memories alive,and for the intelligent and sometimes hilarious commentary. It helps make it a little more bearable.

    1. Kymell was on my list too.  My thoughts just kept going to Christian though. 

      I remember and love them all and they all affect me in different ways. 

      What always gets me about Kymell’s case is seeing him in my mind, locked out of his home, crying and banging his head on the door to get back in and the neighbor’s allowing it to go on…

  8. Keep up the good work ladies and Trench.

    The law really only cares if a pile of shit like Casey Anthony gets “due process”.  No one speaks up for the victims – no one but you.  As hard as it must be sometimes, I know you will continue to give the victims a voice.

  9. It’s hard to decided which one of these bastards are the worst. In my book anyone who hurts a child deserves to die! I hate them ALL but if I did have to choose it would be Molly Roe. That c*** is pure evil and I hope does thR worst death ever. My heart ached for all the poor babies here.

    You guys do an amazing job!! Thank you for putting these stories out there so these little victims stories are known.

    1. Wow I really had some bad grammar and spelling, sorry. What I meant to say was I hope she suffers the worst death ever. When I originally wrote the first comment it was from my phone and I was quiet upset. It was hard writing through tears and trying not to vomit.

      1. We would never fault you for that.

      2. We knew what you meant, and hope the same thing.

        Actually, I hope the maggots don’t even wait for her to die before they start the meal.  Same thing goes for Casey Anthony.

  10. Robert Byrd…Sinai Pitts…Kaleb Janosik all really got to me but I agree that Molly Roe needs to die. Soon!

    1. Send that man some cigarettes!

    2. Stitches? They should have stiched all of his holes shut. Fucker.

  11. I feel so bad for not writing as much as I have in the past here on the BB. I love this site and I do continually catch up every now and then.
    Please know writers and Trench that I do think of you all often and I am always looking out for stories.
    2011 was a crazy year for me, but in good ways! I will make it a goal for 2012 to make my presence more known on this site. I can’t say enough how every time I look at my little boy I think about all the lost souls from this site, I just can’t imagine how people, especially parents can be so evil.
    So, my hat goes off the everyone who sticks to writing these horrendous stories. Wheather I write one or not I will continue to be a full-fledged supporter of you all, always and forever! <3

      1. Ok, OK! I will! I promise!!! 🙂

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  12. I think it was in 2011, it was this little like 3 year old girl in Australia, I think.  Her dad came and took her out for a car ride and then stabbed her to death.  I don’t know.  It was just so senseless and she was so pretty.  And those two toddlers whose dad drowned them in the tub; they had different moms; he tried to say they’d climbed in the tub themselves.  I think it’s because my baby is a toddler now and when the kids remind me of her, something just sort of breaks in me, once more.  When I first read about Briana Lopez, my baby was 5 months old.  That’s when I found you guys.  I can’t believe it’s been that long already.  Keep up the good work, people.  Don’t go changing.  :’/

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