Worse Than Casey Anthony? Baby Raping Mother Gets Two Life Terms

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Worse than Casey Anthony? Tessa L. Vanvlerah

Tessa L. Vanvlerah was sentenced on April 30, 2012 to two consecutive life terms in prison for prostituting her then-five-month-old daughter to California State East Bay professor Kenneth L. Kyle. Kyle would travel to Ballwin, Missouri from San Francisco and while staying in different hotels, Kyle and Vanvlerah would rape the baby while taking pictures and videos. That’s child pornography, for the uninitiated. Vanvlerah, not to be left out, allowed Kyle to choke her, burn her and urinate on her during their visits. 

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Unsurprisingly, Vanvlerah's attorneys argued for probation, stating that this Mother of the Year had a psychological condition called dependent-personality disorder and would be at risk in prison to fall under the spells of the stronger personalities. The judge either disagreed or didn’t care. Meanwhile, her daughter, who is now 3 years old, has been adopted by her foster family and her new mom says she still has night terrors, but she doesn't scream anymore when someone gives her a bath or changes her diaper.

Other POS Kyle
A little about the other POS, Professor Kyle: According to Kyle's faculty bio, his "teaching and research interests revolve around the application of critical theories such as Critical Literary Theory, Feminism(s), Frankfurt School Critical Theory, Marxism, etc., to specific social problems and public policies."

Yech. Ever thought that your college professor was just a stuffed shirt spewing finely tuned jargon to confuse people into thinking he was smart? Well, enter Kyle the baby raping poster boy.

Kyle was arrested after returning to the Bay Area from Austria after an FBI operation tracking file-sharing of photos depicting children being sexually abused purportedly pinpointed the professor's home.
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Admittedly, the prof wanted Vanvlerah to also engage in bestiality, but that’s where she drew the line. I mean, come on! The prof’s first book, Contextualizing Homelessness: Critical Theory, Homelessness, and Federal Policy Addressing the Homeless, is poised now to reach number one on the New York Times bestseller list.

Not really. Nobody wanted to read that crud in the first place, and they sure don’t now. Look for that particular title in the list of ironies, as Kyle and his child raping pal will spend a long time now not being homeless in Federal prison. He, 37 years; she, 2 life terms. Bye-bye, assholes.

Here’s hoping their food is vile and laced with things only a prison population can produce.