Missouri vs the Tribal Nation II:A look into the stalker


Stalking, over the years, has become one of the most common crimes, in not only in America, but worldwide. Recently, I uploaded the horrid story regarding the legalized abduction of a young 16 year old girl. Her crime? Not returning the affections of a deranged 20 year old man. This article is based upon the evidence I have reviewed. Little is known about Mohammed’s past, aside he moved from Africa approx. nine years ago. However, even without this knowledge, much is known about his present.


Above, in yellow, is a text message sent from the man to the child’s mother. Not only does this indicate his mental stability (or lack thereof,) it shows him to be a sexual predator. As if the above is not bad enough, there is currently a restraining order against this man.


Now, keep in mind, the first image shows his potential of being a sexual predator. What does this mean for the one posted above? It means this man not only has potential, but has already acted upon it, forcing a child into sexual relations. So here is what we know thus far, there is a restraining order which he has violated, he has already confessed to raping a child, and yet he still walks.

To add salt to already existing injury, Mohammed has, as displayed below, been utilizing psychological abuse toward the child.


What we have here are more criminal offenses. First we have theft, second we have psychological abuse, and the already mentioned crimes above. This raises one question, why are the police protecting this man?

On several occasions, the family had reported this man for stalking. In turn, they were threatened by the St. Ann Mo. Police department. Rather than taking, what should had been serious accusations to heart, they removed the child upon request of the stalker. Now, as stated in my last article, the stalker was the one who called for the welfare checkIMG_20151030_205152



Above, is a text and a letter from the young victim. She clearly indicates her desire to keep this man away from her, even though he will not comply. In her letter ( her name blocked for her safety,) she states that she was taken against her will and kept in his home. Again, why are the police threatning the family while protecting him?

Mohammed, for whatever reason, is being protected by the police. Their lack of action against a man who raped, kidnapped, mentally abused, and much more, is appauling; furthermore, makes them equally guilty for these crimes. Are they protecting Mohammed because he is Muslim? Does he have police connections? This information is unknown at this time but I will continue my investigation into this matter.

8 thoughts on “Missouri vs the Tribal Nation II:A look into the stalker”

  1. It would be helpful to have some more information. Such as the written statement from SS as to why they feel they can keep her from you, regardless of what is happening with this imbalanced young man. The usefulness of this is to allow readers to appreciate more fully your child’s relationship with you and yours with the authorities. What is Social Services statement as to the reason that she cannot return home to her family?

    1. The claim is the mother neglected the child in some regard when the child was abducted. This article was more about the fact that the police are allowing a man, who is clearly a child predator, walk. The first article goes more into the events leading up to SS taking the girl.

      1. Yes I appreciate where the attention is in the article. It’s just when I went about deliberating over it I found there were relevant questions to ask. For example, if a child was under threat at home, and a lad significantly older than the child though emotionally immature took it upon himself to ‘help’ the child whilst being actually unable to through his own dysfunction, the mix of emotions and people in that equation, could have him looking like a rapist, the child looking like an innocent victim and the parents looking like decent parents who can’t believe what is happening to their child and their lives. I am NOT intimating that this is the case in this situation and there is no offence intended that I have out it this way. I have been working with parents and victims of the system for some time now and over this period have met many wanting help and many, many different stories. I used to take them all on face value and be immediately up in arms on behalf of other people – but I realised after some time passed that it was a foolhardy approach and now I am much more cautious.

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