Sandra Cantu

Melissa Huckaby of Tracy, California, charged with kidnapping and murder of 8 year old Sandra Cantu.  The eight year old was last seen on video skipping along in her mobile home park wearing a “Hello Kitty” tee shirt on March 27, 2009.  It’s believed she decided to visit a friend, the daughter of Sunday school teacher Melissa Huckaby. 

Melissa Huckaby was subsequently charged with the abduction, rape and murder of Sandra Cantu.

Two days before a court hearing on August 17, 2009, Melissa Huckaby hid behind a mattress in her cell with a blanket tied around her neck, jail records show. Five days earlier, she told a deputy she “took pills” and was feeling dizzy. A nurse and psychiatric staff were called to the scene.  Oddly her ex-husband said Huckaby had not shown any suicidal tendencies before Sandra Cantu went missing. 

Headline News!

Superior Court Judge Linda L. Loftus sealed the autopsy and toxicology report in the Sandra Cantu murder case saying if released it would risk “a danger of public outrage”. Neither the prosecution nor the defense objected to sealing the report. Judge Loftus said, “In the interest of a fair trial, for both sides in this case, that is the only option.  The judge noted there would be overriding prejudice if the record is unsealed.

I have faith in the state of California that justice will be served.

Shaniya Davis


Shaniya Davis was first an amber alert.  The 5-year-old girl was reported missing from her home in Fayetteville, N.C. on November 10, 2009.  Shaniya’s mother, Antoinette Davis was granted permission by Shaniya Davis’ father only one week before.  Bradley Lockhart, biological father, gave his daughter to Davis who claimed she could be a responsible mother. It’s said, the Department of Social Services had visited the home a few times before, once for drugs.
Antoinette Davis reports Shaniya missing at 6:53AM.  Mario Andrette McNeill, ex-boyfriend of Antoinette’s sister is seen on surveillance at 6:11AM waiting for an elevator at a nearby motel. He has Shaniya cradled her in his arms. Mario Andrette McNeill was soon detained by police and confessed to kidnapping Shaniya. McNeill had served time in prison for a felony assault.
On a tip, nearly a week later Shaniya Davis’s body was found, 40 miles outside of her home in Fayetteville.

Mario McNeill was been charged with first-degree kidnapping, first-degree rape and first-degree murder in the death of 5-year-old Shaniya Davis.
The Fayetteville Police Department charged Antoinette Davis with human trafficking, felony child abuse involving prostitution, filing a false police report and interfering with an investigation resulting in two felonies and two misdemeanors. 
This case remains in it’s preliminary stages at this time. Will Mario McNeill receive life in prison without the possibility of parole or the death penalty?  Will Antoinette Davis receive maximum sentences for her repulsive actions? The North Carolina Court System website has offered little in detail, if any at all, sending mixed signals to researchers of the Shaniya Davis case.
Patience is key. The case surrounding murdered Shaniya Davis slowly continues to bring justice to both Antoinette Davis and Mario McNeill. 

I have faith in the state of North Carolina that justice will be served.

Caylee Anthony

The murdered child pictured above has been sensationalized by pigs, thieves and liars in the name of journalism and psuedo justice. Thanks to the Sunshine Laws this case has made a mockery of the United States judicial system. I hope the state of Florida will rethink and learn from this tragedy.  Frankly, I’m horrified and embarrassed for the citizens of this state.

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