Herkimer Child Trafficking Brings 114,000 Views in 28 Days

Stephen Ames Berry

In 28 days over September through October, our Herkimer crime content had over 114,000 combined views on herkimerpost.com and our YouTube channel. Most readers and viewers were drawn to our Herkimer child trafficking posts and videos.  The posts were first published in April, and widely ignored by the Herkimer community. (Except for the gangs, which stepped up their poison gas attacks on us and our home.)

Facebook Features Herkimer Child Trafficking Posts

Then on September 17th, Facebook began featuring our Herkimer child trafficking posts.  We had 11,598 views of our blog that day.  This is unusual for us.

Visitors began with our child trafficking posts, and then often read of other Herkimer crime events. Thanks to the support of Facebook, Our September – October 11th blog views totaled over 75,000. Most of our readers were from North America, but people from another 98 countries read about and watched Herkimer child trafficking and other crimes.

75,534 Herkimer Post Content Views – 9.1.18 – 10.11.18 

Herkimer Post child trafficking views
Herkimer Post content views 9.01.18 – 10.11.18

Herkimer Post Top Posts – 30 Days Ending 10.12.18

Our Herkimer child trafficking posts drew 61,604 views out of approximately 75,000 views. The Stanley Sykes gang (child trafficking, drugs, poisonings, assaults) featured in most of those posts. Herkimer’s Joyce Barton gang (drugs, poisonings, assaults) was a distant second at 4,296 views.

Herkimer Post Most Viewed – 30 Days Ending 10.12.18

38,560 Herkimer Post YouTube Views – 28 Days – 9/13/18-10/10/18

The Herkimer Post’s YouTube channel features videos supporting our argument that Herkimer’s a major transcontinental child trafficking hub. These were taken by our home security cameras over a period of several years. Many who read our blog postings followed the links to our videos.  Those videos had 38,560 views in the 28 days from 9.13.18 to 10.10.18. 

Herkimer Post Child Trafficking YouTube Views
Herkimer Post YouTube Views – 28 Days – 9/13/18-10/10/18

Herkimer Post Most Watched Videos – 28 Days – 9/13/18-10/10/18

Of those 38,560 YouTube views, 31,264 were of 12 of our 106 videos. Those 12 were all child trafficking videos. They were viewed 31,264 times. All but two featured the Stanley Sykes gang. 

Thank You, Facebook 

A big thank you to Facebook for helping us widely expose Herkimer’s booming child trafficking economy. The trafficking gangs here have made a few transparent changes since we first published our child trafficking posts in the Spring. But they’re still firmly entrenched in Herkimer–a topic for subsequent posts.

Herkimer As Child Trafficking Hub – Not Unique

It’s estimated that approximately 300,000 kids are year are sex trafficked in the US. That requires an extensive transportation network and thousands of workers. There are probably many child trafficking hubs like Herkimer across the US and the world.  We just happened to move to this one.

Child Trafficking – See Something, Say Something 
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Climate change devastation, Republican social service cuts – You bet these will affect you!

You can thwart irresponsible Republican government

Now that Republicans have control of the congress, senate, presidency and supreme court look forward to cuts in Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. The number of homeless people in the US is rapidly increasing with loss of housing caused by climate change catastrophes. Less money for essentials like food shelter and healthcare means increased poverty, sickness and death. 

1. Share your living space to increase your available income.

If you have a house or apartment consider renting out a room to guests. By sharing your home, you can create affordable housing for someone as well as an additional income for yourself. When you share your space, you’ll be cutting down on energy expenses too.

2. Reduce food costs by buying best value food in terms of both nutrition and price.

We are taking our own advice by limiting our budget to $400 a month for 2 adults. This goal is easy to achieve when you buy primary foods like milk, eggs, chicken, rice, cornmeal, fruits and vegetables rather than processed foods like TV dinners, fast food and soft drinks. Cooking meals for everyone in your household, rather than foraging independently can lower costs and increase a sense of friendship in your home.

3. Create your own financial independence.

If you share a room with someone and budget your food wisely, total living expense can be little as low $450 a month per person. Even if you work half time, you should be able to save at least $5000 in a single year. If you were to get together with some other people, you would be able to  jointly purchase an inexpensive home or some camping land to create your own mortgage and rent-free housing, thus achieving a degree of financial independence that will continue to reward you.

4. Grow your own food.

When you share a home with others you can grow your own food too. I have noticed that many fruits and vegetables cost as much as chicken breast per pound. It’s easy to grow tomatoes, lettuce, beans, squash and much more in your own yard.

5. Teach yourself new skills and profit from them.

You can learn some basic skills that are useful to many people. Skills like carpentry, simple plumbing, fence construction and deck building are often in demand. When you have these and other skills you can find work or trade your services for things you need. It doesn’t take much to turn your economic constraints into economic advantages when you make the most of resources you have been taking for granted!

6. Vote for someone who cares about your well-being!

Make sure that you vote Democrat in the upcoming elections Tuesday November 6, 2018 if you want to have health care and to collect the social security benefits you pay for when you work! Our current national elected officials feel that it’s fine for wealthy people to pay no taxes and to let others go without healthcare and retirement benefits they have paid for their entire working lives.  

In our harsh political and environmental climate, life can rapidly become more difficult. You can make your life head in a better direction by taking measures that are easily within your ability to achieve.

by Linda Kaidan

Herkimer Community College Builds New Flood Controlled Picnic Area

by Linda Kaidan

Enjoy Herkimer Community College’s new picnic area!

About 2 years ago the bridge near the farm pond at HCC washed away.  Re-engineering of the flood site is now complete. The dirt road has been replaced by a sturdy concrete foot bridge. Freshly landscaped,  3 pond-side picnic tables invite visitors to linger and appreciate sounds, scents and views. There is also a semi-circle of large rocks at the water’s edge offering somewhat comfortable seating to those who enjoy nature’s beauty. Herkimer Community College’s new flood controlled picnic area inspires us to optimize our resources.

Potential music barn next year?

How to get to Herkimer Community College's new flood controlled picnic areaIf you are walking towards the pond from HCC, you’ll see an open barn on the right. Inside there is a large flatbed trailer doing absolutely nothing. I imagine that this might be a fun project for some students. It would be fairly easy to re-purpose the trailer as a concession on wheels offering healthy snacks to visitors. Plenty of space remains in the barn for some benches once the trailer is outside.  This underutilized yet picturesque space might become an impromptu meeting and music spot which all could enjoy. The proceeds from food sales could help fund new entrepreneurial projects on campus. Students can learn how to create and operate a business and acquire practical skills like carpentry and cooking.

A food trailer like this could be a new enhancement for Herkimer Community College's new flood controlled picnic area

Making the most of time and place

If you see a resource sitting idle imagine what you can do with it. In many cases it can become an amazing way to learn, earn and enjoy a creative experience.

Barton Gang Truck: Poison Spraying by the Numbers

Stephen Ames Berry

Poison Spraying Truck Herkimer Barton Gang
9/16/18 One of many vehicles used by Herkimer gangs to spray pesticide on people and homes. This one is used by the Joyce Barton gang. The pesticide tank was not on the truck at time of photo.

After months of well-publicized poison spraying of our home and us by Herkimer’s Joyce Barton gang, we undertook our own investigation, the Herkimer Police apparently stymied.

Joyce Barton gang leader
Joyce Barton of Herkimer’s Barton Gang, sending a little love our way.

We set out to establish that the Barton’s aged truck, used to gas us with volatilized pesticides, was modified to serve as a poisoning platform.  Linda Kaidan performed this complex investigation. (Video below.) 

Kaidan approached the Bartons’ truck–parked across the street from us in their driveway, and photographed it from the public sidewalk in front of their home. This was 3 months after she was beaten by the Barton gang’s Shianne Hill for standing on the same spot. Here is a Kaidan’s report: 

Linda Kaidan’s Report of Poison Spraying by the Numbers

After feeling the searing burn of chemicals on my face for too many mornings, on 9/16/17, I finally took the initiative to  look under the Barton truck parked across the street at their 333 Pleasant Avenue house. Here’s what I found.

  1. On the driver’s side a long cylinder with a 50% cut out on the 180 degrees facing the street is apparent.
  2. This cylinder may be an integral part of a spraying mechanism.
  3. A electrical connection dangles from the rear.
  4. On the driver’s side a similar cylinder with intact electrical connection can be seen.

Pesticide is typically dispensed by electrically volatizing it into a fine mist, rapidly dispensed under pressure in high volume over a wide area. The device is called a fogger.

The Barton gang’s truck appears to support both right, left and rear dispensing of a volatilized chemical. 

There was no pesticide tank the day the photo was taken. The Bartons, apparently fearing increased official scrutiny, have had allies spraying us recently. But the necessary apparatus is still on the truck. I (Berry) recently watched as  Joyce Barton sat in the truck cab,  controlling the mechanism with a hand unit as she parked in front of our house. An invisible blast of pesticide mist hit the front of our house and me.

There are many of these vehicles in Herkimer. They been known to convoy past our house, spraying. Herkimer’s criminals dislike our cameras and coverage of their activities. 

2013 Silverado wired for trailer hitch
2013 Silverado wired for trailer hitch. Compare to Barton gang’s Silverado, wired to volatilize and spray plums of pesticide.

 

 

 

Herkimer’s Poisonous Bartons Spray On

Stephen Ames Berry
The more things change, the more they remain the same-Herkimer’s poisonous Bartons spray on. Despite the arrest of one gang member and the disappearance of another, the Joyce Baton gang continues spraying our home and us with odorless pesticides. This is the 19th month of poison gas attacks on us here in Herkimer. 

Lillie Belle Williams of Herkimer's Joyce Barton gang
5/18/18 Joyce Barton gang’s Lillie Belle Williams (center) ordering neighbor Linda Kaidan from Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue as gang’s Shianne Hill (left) readies to assault Kaidan for crossing to “our side of the street”. Which she did, a moment later. Williams vanished shortly afterwards.

The Barton gang poison gassers seem mostly down to Joyce Barton and household members. Still using the same old truck, several times a day they send a burst of volatilized pesticide down our driveway from a concealed fogger somewhere on their spraymobile. (The truck apparently enjoys diplomatic immunity.)

If you don’t believe me, come stand beside outside me for a driveby.  Or in an open window. Morning’s their preferred time, though the sight of us outside at any time often inspires a quick burst. Sometimes they fire down our 332 Pleasant Avenue neighbors’ driveway. Sometimes the gas gets into our 328 neighbors’ house and yard, sometimes it drifts into the street. 

If there’s a will to stop this murderous conduct, a way will be found.  Until then, the war of attrition between Herkimer’s legacy criminals and its first climate change migrants grinds on.

Happy Autumn, all.

 

WUTR’s Angie Pavlovsky Stands Tall on Barton Gang’s Public Sidewalk

Stephen Ames Berry

Here’s last week’s visit of a WUTR Utica news team to the Joyce Barton gang’s crib at Herkimer’s 333 Pleasant Avenue, as captured by our security cameras. The woman appears to be WUTR crime reporter and news anchor Angie Pavlovsky. Pavlovsky’s best known for her investigative series about The Word of Life Christian Church cult,“What Faith Allows.”

Her colleague is probably Ben Dennis, a recent Penn State grad who’s interned at CNN and CBS News. His Animal Control outfit is appropriate for a visit to the Joyce Barton gang’s turf; on a drug-fueled romp, the gang’s crazier than a sack of rats. (Apologies if we got the names wrong. Our cameras aren’t as good as yours.

It seems likely the news team’s visit was inspired by our  widely viewed coverage of the Barton gang’s 5/18 assault on herkimerpost.com editor Linda Kaidan. Despite being warned that she’d be beaten if she crossed the street from her home to the Barton gang’s 333 Pleasant Avenue, side, she did so. And was beaten.

Angie Pavlovsky confronts gang
8/9/18 WUTR crime reporter Angie Pavlovsky stands on public sidewalk claimed by Herkimer’s Joyce Barton gang. On 5/18/18, Herkimerpost.com editor Linda Kaidan was beaten by the gang’s Shianne Hill for the same offense

Like Kaidan, Pavlovsky stepped onto Joyce Barton’s public sidewalk, camera rolling.  Kaidan’s assailant Shianne Hill, on a year’s probation for her cowardly assault, was present on the porch but did not attack Pavolvsky. Of course, there was an Animal Control officer present.

The WUTR news team then plunged down the driveway between the Barton’s and a neighboring house. (Never been down there–“Here Lie Dragons.” There’s a smaller house at the base of the driveway.) They emerged unscathed, presumably after interviewing a few folks, then left.

A Heartening Visit

We were very heartened by the WUTR news team’s visit –we’ve been under siege for four years with not a word support from the Herkimer community. We hope WUTR’s interest in Herkimer’s entrenched criminal community and it’s depraved lawlessness continues. Our criminal neighbors don’t do well in sunlight.

(Conversation overheard later that day from the Barton’s side of the street: “How come you guys hit an old lady?” “We didn’t know she was that old.”)

Poison Gas Attacks Ramp Up after Reporters Visit

This is the 17th month of poison attacks on us. Following Shianne Hill’s arrest in May, attacks dropped off to an occasional sniping driveby or backyard spraying from the direction of Eureka Avenue. But they’ve ramped up again, following the broadcast journalists’ filming of Barton gang and their Pleasant Avenue lair.

Prime spraying time is now the morning when we’re out or in our front yard. We often return to find our driveway filled with pesticide, and get hit with it from drivebys if we linger out front. Chemical foggers dispensing volatized pesticide from beneath passing vehicles remain the weapon of choice. The Barton ‘s ancient pickup still seems the primary delivery vehicle, with backup from one or two allied vehicles. (How does that heap get an inspection sticker every year?)

We’ll have more details in our next posting.

Climate Change Relocation Dooms Herkimer’s Legacy Criminals

Our lessening problems aside, it’s obvious that Herkimer and the entire Mohawk Valley are undergoing a rapid sea change of rising prosperity, fueled by climate change relocation and the resulting booming real estate sales. Prosperity dooms criminals like the Barton gang.  They feed off of others poverty and desperation. Solid reporting and robust social media exposure will speed their end.

climate change safety zone communities have key role in human survival

climate change safety zoneAs our planet gets hotter and hotter and weather more damaging and unpredictable millions of people are migrating to safer areas. We are fortunate to live in one of these places. But if we wish to survive and maintain civilization we must take active measures immediately.

Our planet will not miraculously recover from climate change. Technology that is not yet available or affordable is required. Should we fail to maintain civilization we will be beset by famine, violence, and disease.  And we will not make the technological advances we need to stabilize climate and keep our air breathable. Toxins will continue to accumulate and plants and animals (including humans) will die by the millions. Ultimately the planet will be devoid of life.

You have the power to maintain civilization and save our planet. You must get started immediately. Grow food at home outside and indoors. Stock up on staples like cornmeal, rice, dried beans, and vegetables. Try to create an emergency food supply that will last your household at least 3 months. Make certain that you have some mats and blankets ready to share with others who are homeless.

Establish community gardens and kitchens so that you will have an independent supply of food ready for those fleeing hurricanes, floods and violence. Monopolize basements for indoor growing and emergency housing.

Many of you feel that you cannot be bothered by these things. If you wish to survive you’d better help grow food and volunteer to create a safe and stable environment for you, family, neighbors and those who come here. People who are hungry and desperate are dangerous. Famine brings disease. You are here and can preserve civilization just by growing food and sharing resources.

Fate has put you in the right place and time to save the world. Contribute by organizing your school, apartment building, street, business, or social organization into a center for emergency food and shelter.

by Linda Kaidan

 

16th Month of Poison Gas Attacks

by Stephen Ames Berry
June was the 16th month of poison gas attacks on us here on Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue.  They’ve taken on new life following the arrest of Joyce Barton family member Shianne Hill for the unprovoked May 18th assault on the Herkimer Post’s Linda Kaidan in front of Bartons’ 333 Pleasant Avenue. Our neighbor Joyce Barton seems to be filling the role of Herkimer’s new arch poisoner, Stanley Sykes having moved after being featured in our child trafficking posts.

Joyce Barton poisoner presumptive
Herkimer’s Joyce Barton. (5/18/18) Joyce’s shirt is fittingly apt for Herkimer’s ace drug peddler and arch poisoner.

There seem to be only a few gassing vehicles now in use.  The principal vehicle is Douglas Barton’s old truck, in the driveway across the street from us at the Bartons’ 330 Pleasant Avenue. (Barton himself is gone, his place taken by a younger clone.)  That truck is no stranger to the law.

Joyce Barton’s shirt’s a fitting choice for Herkimer’s arch poisoner and drug dealer. The pesticide being directed from beneath all vehicles is more toxic than many previously used. The foggers used to volatilize and dispense the pesticide are apparently easily moved to other vehicles. 

Herkimer Poison Gassers Using GPS Tracking?

In the past month, our murderous band of Herkimer neighbors have developed an uncanny ability to accurately predict when we’ll be arriving home. Pulling into our driveway, we’re often greeted with a fresh toxic cloud of odorless pesticide. It disperses within a few moments, indicating it was just applied. The drive time from our usual Herkimer haunts is only a few minutes. Knowing our location and travel route allows a reduced number of poisoners to apply fresh pesticide to our driveway without resorting to the high-volume, high visible driveby poison gassings which seems to have taken a lot of them off of the road. 

The toxin in our driveway is often augmented by a custom poison spraying directed into our backs from the street as we unload groceries. Volatilized pesticide is invisibly  released under pressure from a fogger beneath a vehicle.  Doug Barton’s old truck is associated with quite a few but all not blasts of poison as it innocently backs out of the Barton driveway. 

Herkimer poison spraying truck
6.25.18 Poison gassing truck at Joyce Barton’s 330 Pleasant Ave. It’s associated with many of the driveby gassing attacks on us. Volatilized pesticides are now dispensed from beneath Herkimer’s fleet of gassing vehicles to avoid camera observation. Gas dispensing equipment is shuffled from vehicle to vehicle at need.

Herkimer Poisoners Using New Highly Caustic Chemical

The poison used on us in the past month is caustic and highly toxic It abrades the skin, and attacks the central nervous system and the lungs. Multiple showers are needed to detox Some clothing will clean up after repeated washings. If not, they must be discarded, or will serve to dispense more poison in the body.

Rather than ripping our car apart looking for a GPS tracker, then doing it again when another one’s secreted, we often wear Tyvek. Yard work safety calls for Tyvek, as does protection from opportunistic driveby poisonings. (The neighborhood abounds in spotters, who blame us for their loss of drug and child trafficking income, and of course, for “getting Shianne arrested.” )

poison gas attack apparel
When you live among filth, dress accordingly: Hazmat suit and P-100 gas mask are needed to survive yard work around our Herkimer home. Proper attire discourages poison gas attacks during outdoor activities.

For prolonged outdoor exposure on Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue, a  military grade P-100 gas mask is standard.  Here I am in full chemical warfare regalia, trimming a tree. Unprotected, this activity would subject me to a driveby gas attack, usually from the Barton’s truck.

Biohazard suits and the masks should do us for the duration, if Joyce Barton doesn’t source some Sarin nerve gas from Syria. Our yards though, are hopelessly poisoned, as are those of many of our neighbors.

Herkimer’s 7 hour poison gas attack last night

Last night we were subjected to a massive series of poison gas attacks lasting from 2100—0436 hrs. They appear to have either come from both the rear of 334 Pleasant Avenue, and from vehicles associated with that address. 334 Pleasant Avenue houses the remnants of Herkimer’s Stanley Sykes gang, officially tenanted by Carrie Ann Bass. This is one of the largest poison gas attacks we’ve endured in Herkimer in the past 15 months.

Herkimer Driveby 7 hour poison gas attack

The front and sides of our house at 330 Pleasant Ave were gassed with chemicals have the attributes of odorless pyretherin pesticides, probably dispensed from foggers attached to the bottom of the passing vehicles. 26 vehicles passed our house from 2100-2211. We recognized some of the vehicles as being associated with previous drive-by gassings, with some coming from the driveway of 334 Pleasant Avenue. A small white car with a sun roof was the most prominent. Many vehicles made multiple passes of our house from 2100 – 2211, convoying like battleships. I’ve posted the times below.

It would take me several days to process the footage of the vehicles. Hoping that the law enforcement surveillance drones seen last night recorded them, I’ve listed the times of the

7 hour poison gas attack from rear of Herkimer’s 334 Pleasant Avenue

From 2151 – 0436, overlapping waves of poison gas were dispensed on our back yard and rear window from 334 Pleasant Avenue using one or more hand foggers or large crop treatment equipment. The parking lot area adjacent ot 334 is not visible to our cameras at night.

The almost continuous stream of poison gas was directed at our backyard, from the direction of 334 Pleasant rear. Given the volume of poison dispensed, and the height it reached on out house, it had to have spread to adjacent properties in the direction of King Street. 328 and 326 Pleasant Avenue, which have small children who play outside.

Our backyard is brightly lit, so our cameras there wouldn’t have captured the gas as it billowed out. It can only be seen in infrared. However, so much gas was dispensed that the prevailing south wind carried it between 330 and 332 Pleasant Avenue and into Pleasant Avenue. That area is not lighted, and our cameras recorded the waves of poison gas as it rolled past.

Time of Vehicles Passing 330 Pleasant Avenue 2100-2211, 5.29.18

2100, 2102, 2107,2108, 2109, 2113 2113:43, 2118, 2119, 2141, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2149, 2156, 2214, 2217, 2230, 2233, 2234(2), 2243, 2317(2), 2352

Blogger Beaten by Herkimer Teen Gang Kick Boxer

Blogger punched in face by Herkimer teen gang kick boxer

herkimerpost.com editor Linda Kaidan, age 63, was attacked and beaten on Herkimer’s Pleasant Avenue last Friday by 18 year-old Shianne Hill, a  of Herkimer’s Joyce Barton gang, which operates out of the house Barton tenants at 333 Pleasant Avenue.

Gang members were thronging the street and taunted Kaidan as she and her husband, author Stephen Ames Berry, returned from shopping and were unloading groceries in their driveway. When Kaidan responded, they told her, in the person of one of Joyce Barton’s daughters, never to come onto “their” side of the street and to “go back into your house.”

Kaidan and her husband don’t yield the street to filth. Kaidan crossed to “their” side of the street, stood on the public sidewalk in front of the gang’s 333 Pleasant Avenue as her husband scrambled for his video gear. She was stalked, menaced, punched in the face and hit in the back of the head by a Shiann Hill, apparently selected for the job because of her age and boxing expertise. 

Kaidan’s glasses were lost after she was struck her in the face, seemingly driving a glass lens from its frame and into her face, lacerating it. The glasses were not recovered, probably hidden by the Barton gang.

Herkimer Police under the very able command of Herkimer Police Sgt. Bowman quickly responded. They took statements and dispersed a mob of 20-30 low criminal types gathered about the Barton’s and the Stanley Sykes gang’s 334 Pleasant Avenue. Kaidan was taken to Little Falls Hospital, suffering from the wound to her face and symptoms of concussion. She was treated and released. There were no immediate arrests.

Herkimer gang boxer jubilant after after punching granny in the face
Hale, healthy and attired as a seasoned kick boxer ready for the main event, Herkimer’s Shianne Hill (center, legs straddled)  revels in her triumph over 63 year-old Herkimer Post blogger she has just punched in the face with no provocation.

Herkimer’s Shianne Hill was defending Barton gang turf home

Joyce Barton asserted to the police as always that she owns the house she doesn’t own, and owns the public sidewalk because she owns the house.
The Barton’s are brazen scoff laws and criminal traffickers.  

Herkimer Gang Victim Threatened with Arrest

The only person threatened with arrest during the incident  was the injured victim. Prior to the arrival of Sgt. Bowman, Herkimer Patrolman Robert Holt, in a remarkable demonstration of sensitivity, threatened Kaidan with arrest for being upset and too loud as he was interviewing Joyce Barton, who apparently knew him. (3:20 mins).

Our YouTube videos and blog postings of Herkimer lawlessness (herkimerpost.com) have been viewed and read by tens of thousands drawn to the grotesque. Cities and towns around Herkimer are experiencing booming property sales as climate change sends people, firms and wealth north to a safer haven. Not so Herkimer. 

Prosperity will continue to pass Herkimer by as drug and child trafficking gangs rule its streets. As a family friend, a former federal agent familiar with Upstate New York says, “Herkimer’s dirty and likes it that way.” 

Climate change migration will ultimately force Herkimer gangs out 

Herkimer sits in a Goldilocks Climate Change Survival Zone. We think it will soon become such a national resource amid massive migration north that Herkimer’s gangs, if not gone, will be forced out at the point of bayonets and lawful governance restored. We live in hope.

Updated 5/24/18 to reflect Kaidan’s sustaining a concussion, the wound to her face by the glasses lens detached by her assailant’s fist and driven into her cheek, and to note the theft of her glasses. 

10/31/2018 We later learned this was an orchestrated attack, centerpiece of the Joyce Barton gang’s farewell party for Stanley Sykes of the Sykes gang.  Stanley moved following our postings of his child trafficker. His gang’s still here, though, still occupying Herkimer’s traditional child trafficking hub from which they traffic drugs. Stanley’s a frequent visitor.