June 25, 2023

USA: Incident In Boston Where Police And Fire Dept First Responders Stories Conflict 4 Young Children Under Age 10 Found In An Apartment With Sex Toys, Drugs, Alcohol AND 6 "Cross-Dressing Men".


Redacted published June 22, 2023: SHOCK! They're HIDING this Boston transgender kidnapping from you | Redacted with Clayton Morris. The media tells us that six "cross-dressing men" had held small children hostage. What is the different between "cross-dressing men" and transgender people? Is this nuance that the media is ignoring, namely that sexual fetishes are associated with gender ideology? Who are we protecting here because it is certainly not the children.
WCVB Channel 5 Boston published June 21, 2023: 4 young kids found in 'extreme unsanitary conditions' at Boston apartment. Authorities and public officials say four children, all under 10, were hidden in a back room of an apartment that had sex toys, drugs and alcohol inside.

WCVB5 ABC News, Boston MA local
written by Phil Tenser, Digital Media Manager
Friday June 23, 2023

Boston police are trying to set the record straight about some of the sordid details of an investigation in a South Boston apartment that involved one death and resulted in four children being referred to the Department of Children and Families.

The incident in question occurred inside a unit at the Mary Ellen McCormack complex Saturday night. Original reports indicated the children — all under the age of 10 — were found in an apartment with sex toys, drugs, alcohol and six cross-dressing men. (Watch WCVB's original report

An incident report filed through the Boston Fire Department states the kids were discovered by first responders after one of the adults in the apartment was found dead. Several adults in that apartment were also accused of hiding those children in a back room.

According to the Fire Department's incident report, the apartment was in "extreme unsanitary conditions," and all adults in the unit were being uncooperative and denied having children inside.

Boston police, however, described the adults as "fully cooperative."

"There were four children on site who all had a parent present in the residence," police said. "The parents and the officers who responded felt it was best for the children to stay in another room with one of the parents and took steps to avoid having the children see the deceased."

Police also disputed the description of the conditions in the apartment.

"Information that drugs and other concerning materials were strewn about the home is not supported by what officers encountered or by the information received on scene," the department wrote.

Earlier this week, Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey said the children were in the custody of the state's Department of Children and Families, which is investigating the incident.

"Just heartbreaking. A terrible situation," Healey said. "DCF has taken those children into its care and custody right now."

Boston City Councilor At-Large Michael Flaherty said he spoke with the firefighters who responded to that apartment and filed paperwork to make sure the state intervened with the children.

"It was obviously sickening to hear from those that were there at the scene describing what they saw, and the actions of the adults that were in the room," Flaherty said. "They were concerned. They had reached out to me just to make sure that it didn't get swept under the rug."

The Boston Police Department also said its officers filed a 51A report with DCF. Those reports cover suspected child neglect or abuse.

In a statement sent to NewsCenter 5, the Boston Housing Authority said it had received no prior complaints about the apartment where the reported incident had taken place. The BHA said it is working with the agencies involved in order to take the appropriate follow-up action.

Full statement from Boston Police Department:

"Boston Police were called to 381 Old Colony Avenue in South Boston at 11:11 am on Saturday 06.17.23 to investigate a call for an unconscious person. Boston Fire and EMS were on scene assisting the individual. At 11:41am Boston EMS pronounced the person non-viable and the Medical Examiner's Office took jurisdiction of the body. Detectives were also called to the residence to photograph the scene as part of the investigation. The adults on scene, who told officers they had called for help when they became aware their friend was not breathing, were fully cooperative with the Boston Police Officers who responded. There were four children on site who all had a parent present in the residence. The parents and the officers who responded felt it was best for the children to stay in another room with one of the parents and took steps to avoid having the children see the deceased. Due to the nature of the call, and to ensure appropriate follow up with the families involved, officers did file a 51A with DCF. Information that drugs and other concerning materials were strewn about the home is not supported by what officers encountered or by the information received on scene. This is an ongoing investigation."

Narrative from Boston Fire Department report:

"Ladder 18 responded and found Boston EMS in the middle of a working arrest. Ladder 18 assisted EMS during medical operations. The apartment was in extreme unsanitary conditions. Approximately 6 adults, who appeared to be males, were seen in the apartment. Ladder 18 found 4 children in the back bedroom being hidden by an adult male from first responders. The children ranged in ages from 5-10. All the adult parties were being uncooperative and did not provide helpful information. All adults present denied having children inside the apartment. Boston Police and Boston EMS were on scene. Ladder 18 filed a 51A form with the appropriate state agency."

Full statement from Boston Housing Authority:

"The Boston Housing Authority is working closely with the Boston Police Department as they continue to investigate the circumstances around the recent death at Mary-Ellen McCormack. BHA received no complaints about activity in this unit prior to the incident, but we care deeply about the safety of all our residents and are working actively with the agencies involved to take all appropriate follow-up action. BHA has a strong partnership with BPD and communicates with them often. The only call BHA received this year about this unit was for a routine maintenance issue in May, which was responded to appropriately at that time."

NBC News published November 29, 2022: Remains Of Four Infants Found In Freezer In Boston Apartment. Autopsies on the bodies of two infant girls and two boys found in the freezer of a Boston home are still pending. WBTS' Malcolm Johnson reports.

WCVB5 ABC News, Boston MA local
written by Karen Anderson and Kevin Rothstein
December 12, 2022

Neighbors called police in August after gas left on in her condo

It's still a mystery who the four infants were, how they died or how they got in the freezer of a South Boston condominium unit at 838 East Broadway.

But interviews and public records do tell us about where they were found.

The condo unit was owned by Alexis Aldamir, bought in 1983 for $49,600.

Also on the deed: her father, Joseph Harrelson, a former Army colonel, veteran of World War II and Korea and member of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. He died in 2003.

Alexis' mother, Ginnette, was divorced and lived in the same building until recently going into a nursing home.

Neighbor Andrea Winters, who lives in the building, spent some time with Ginette.

"Years ago I had two dogs and would be over at the park and the mother, Ginette, would walk over and sit on the bench and we would chit-chat. Alexis came over occasionally," she said.

"What was Alexis like?" 5 Investigates Karen Anderson asked.

"She was quiet and I always felt like she just walked over to more or less check on the mother to make sure she was okay," Winters said.

Neighbor Andrea Winters said Alexis took care of her mother for a while. But neighbors say they noticed a change in her.

On Aug. 15, someone from the building called the police after smelling gas coming from Aldamir's unit.

What happened next is described in probate court records: "(Alexis) was found at home with the gas stove left on, and with confusion." She was diagnosed with dementia and admitted to Tufts Medical Center.

A social worker from Tufts asked that a guardian be appointed because of her "inability to care for herself." Alexis couldn't live on her own and should be "discharged to a skilled nursing/memory care facility for long term care," the records show.

Back in South Boston, her brother came to town to clean out both condos: his sister's and his mother's, after Ginnette Harrelson was moved to a nursing home.

He called the police after discovering the remains in the freezer: two infant boys and two infant girls in boxes wrapped in aluminum foil.

A sister of Alexis' declined to comment. Her brother did not return calls for comment. There is no information suggesting wrongdoing by Alexis Aldamir or anyone in the family.

The latest information from Boston police is that autopsy results are pending.
UPDATE 6/25/23: Added info below.
Great piece with more details! Sums it up.

written by Howie Carr
Friday June 23, 2023

Has Mayor Michelle Wu said anything? Has she expressed… anything? This is a city-owned project.

Six days later, where’s the outrage?

Why does the uber-woke Boston establishment seem remarkably nonchalant about this horrible discovery of four little boys in a BHA project in South Boston with six adult males dressed as women, one of whom was dead of an apparent overdose?

In fact, anyone who relies on state-run media for their “news” probably didn’t learn about anything about this crime until four or five days after the first 9-1-1 calls on Saturday morning – if they know anything even now.

And that’s exactly the way the powers that be want it, because the story from the Mary Ellen McCormack housing project doesn’t fit the narrative.

The bare-bone facts from the Boston Fire Department report are shocking: firefighters responded to a drug overdose call on Saturday morning. Upon arrival, they discovered a “house of horrors,” as City Councilor Erin Murphy described it.

Firefighters found a dead body on the floor, as well as drugs, alcohol, sex toys and “approximately 6 adults, who appeared to be males.”

In other words, they were dressed as women.

“Ladder 18 found 4 children in the back bedroom being hidden by an adult male from first responders.”

All the persons “who appeared to be males” refused to cooperate. The male in the back, who was reportedly wearing a wig, denied that the children, all boys between the ages of 5 and 10, were his own.

According to Murphy, firefighters didn’t know that the young boys were being held in the back room until they heard “cries for help.”

The Herald broke this story Tuesday.

Has Mayor Michelle Wu said anything? Has she expressed… anything? This is a city-owned project. The incoming head of the BHA is a now-former city councilor who served with Wu.

On Tuesday, with this story in the paper, on line, Wu went on public radio – National Panhandler Radio – and apparently said nothing about it. The dithering geriatric hosts didn’t mention it either. She did however discuss the traffic accident she was recently involved in while being driven by the BPD’s “dignitary protection team.”

I guess those four young boys with the six adult males dressed as women in an apartment full of drugs and sex toys aren’t dignitaries.

At least Gov. Maura Healey called the situation “absolutely heartbreaking.” She said the boys are now in custody of the Department of Children and Families, which happens to have been until February the employer of the 32-year-old woman who just caught posing as a teenager at three different Boston public schools.

But at least Healey said something.

What about the 12 current members of the Boston City Council? Three have spoken out – Murphy, City Council President Ed Flynn and councilor at large Mike Flaherty, who released the brief BFD report. A fourth councilor who would have said something, Frank Baker of Dorchester, is out of the country.

So that’s four of the 12. As for the other eight… nothing. Nada. Apparently they don’t see this as worthy of at least an insincere press release posted on their websites.

What about the Boston media? It’s not like the old days, when you could keep a lid on a story like this that embarrasses the powers that be. Does the Boston Globe believe that if they say nothing, no one will know anything?

But they’re giving this story a good leaving-alone, as if it contained such words as “Burisma,” “Biden” and “$10 million in bribes.”

So far the out-of-town outlets that have followed up on the Herald story include such conservative outfits as Breitbart, American Thinker, Jack Posobiec and DCDraino, among others.

The house of horrors even made the Daily Mail in London yesterday. They said the dead person as “a transgender black woman.”

But for the Globe, covering this story is like the third rail of journalism. I wonder why they’re so reluctant to deal with a local crime story. It’s almost as if they’re afraid of offending somebody.

Yesterday, finally, the Globe’s boston.com checked in with a rather vague story rewritten from the Herald about “4 children found in squalid South Boston apartment.”

They called the adults “six men,” with no mention of their attire, and no mention that the four children were all male. The word “overdose” did not appear until the fifth paragraph.

This isn’t the first time the Globe has ever averted its collective eyesight from misbehavior by a resident of that particular housing project. Back when it was known as Old Harbor Village, one of its residents was a local pedophile serial killer and cocaine dealer by the name of James “Whitey” Bulger.

Whitey dumped the body of at least one of his victims in a car at the project (13 bullet holes, including two head shots). And yes, the pedophile mobster occasionally flew off to Mexico with underage females.

Yet none of this stopped the Globe from rhapsodizing about Whitey’s wonderfulness. They said he was one fabulous fellow. Forget the “he kept the drugs out of Southie” nonsense promulgated by their fake-news metro columnists.

Back when Whitey Bulger of Old Harbor Village owned the South Boston Liquor Mart, one morning a Globe photographer drove through the rotary on his way into the city. He noticed a City of Boston road crew installing parking curbs outside the gangster’s package store.

The Globe photographer took some pictures – it seemed like a very good news story. He turned in his photos and expected to see them on the front page the next morning. There was nothing.

Instead, the photographer drove by the organized-crime clubhouse and saw the parking curbs being dug up and removed. His photos never appeared.

How do we know this? Because the photographer testified to it in federal court. The Globe gave a heads-up to Whitey, so as to avoid embarrassing their proud fellow Democrat.

That’s how in the satchel the Boston Globe was for an earlier pedophile who lived in that very same housing project in South Boston.

So you can say this non-coverage has been a very bad look for the Globe. But it’s nothing new.

UPDATE 6/28/23 at 6:29pm: Added info below.

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