Sickening. UNNAMED DAD PLEADS GUILTY to assaulting Mom while she's pregnant. He gets supervised visitation anyway. He molests the babies during visitation that was apparently supposed to be supervised by an older son. Mom reports the incident, but nobody evers interviews the son. The authorities then declare that the incident was "unsubstantiated"! (Reminds me of the custody evaluations I went through, where a certain M. Dean Patton never interviewed me or contacted me in any way before rendering a decision--in favor of the father, of course.) Meanwhile, Daddy is still working as a registered nurse, still has visitation, and has never been arrested or charged. Despite a tape that Daddy made that substantiates the mother's claims.
Mother claims CYFD ignored babies' molestation case
Posted at: 01/04/2012 7:09 PM
By: Mike Daniels, 4 On Your Side
The Children, Youth and Families Department is supposed to make sure each and every New Mexican child is safe. Every year they investigate 18,000 cases of child abuse across the state. One Albuquerque mother said they not doing their job and it is putting kids at risk.
On February 22, 2010, Kim Dixon had twin boys. The couple had a volatile relationship and separated before the boys were even born.
In September 2011, the father pleaded guilty to attempt to injure a pregnant woman and false imprisonment.
“His intent was to induce a miscarriage while I was pregnant," Dixon said.
The courts however still granted the father court supervised visitation.
On June 7, 2010 during one of these visits, the mother's oldest son Jaice Beauseignneur said he saw the father molest the three-month old boys.
“He started rubbing the crotch area, asking them if it feels good and how does that feel," said Beauseignneur during an interview with KOB Eyewitness News 4 on a webcam.
Dixon reported the incident to the Family Advocacy Center in Albuquerque. She said they forwarded the information to CYFD. A CYFD case-worker came out to interview Kim Dixon but according to her, they never interviewed Beauseignneur.
"I was supposed to be interviewed by CYFD, but nobody ever called," Beauseignneur said.
In late September, Dixon got a letter from CYFD case worker Maria Saucedo. In it, Saucedo wrote, “The allegations of sexual abuse (sexual molestation) of [names ommited for children’s protection] by [father’s name removed] have been unsubstantiated. Good luck.”
You read it correctly, the case worker wrote "good luck" at the end of the statement.
KOB went to CYFD in Santa Fe to get some answers. They cannot talk about specific cases in an effort to protect the children involved.
"We will interview anybody who has information to help us gain understanding as to what really happened," said Jared Rounsville with CYFD.
Dixon said that never happened. No one ever interviewed Beauseignneur who was the only one who witnessed the alleged molestation.
During KOB's investigation, we found out the father is currently a registered nurse in New Mexico.
It does not end there. Before the twins were born, Dixon said she found a 27-minute audio recording by the twin’s father.
You can hear the man in the audio recording saying, “My daddy keeps me safe, my daddy keeps me warm."
The person goes on to say, "I want my daddy to take me and use me to your pleasure."
It gets even worse. "I want to be my daddy's submissive. My ass belongs to my daddy," says the man.
"We felt like it was something he planned to put in the babies cribs," said Dixon, the mother of the twins.
KOB spoke to the father. He did not want to do an interview.
Despite the information, the father is still allowed court ordered supervised visits with the now 18-month old twin boys.
The father has never been arrested or charged for the molestation allegations.
If you suspect someone is abusing a child. By law you're required to report it. You can call #SAFE from a cell phone. Or call 855-333-SAFE from a landline phone.