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HOW CURTIS DEAN ANDERSON BEAT THE SYSTEM AND WENT ON TO KIDNAP AND RAPE AN 8-YEAR-OLD VALLEJO GIRL.
In a jailhouse interview published October 18, 2000, Anderson told the Contra Costa Times he saw nothing wrong with adults having sex with children.
On October 18, 2000, the father of the victim of Curtis Dean Anderson jumped over the rail in the courtroom, and tried to attack Anderson, as a police officer testified at a preliminary hearing about how Anderson dressed up the girl with make-up, plied her with alcohol and raped her repeatedly. (Click to story below.) The father was taken away in handcuffs then released. The mother of the victim allegedly flung her purse at Anderson. He ducked and the purse hit the bailiff. The bailiff insisted the flying purse was just an accident.
Another girl, seven-year old Xiana Fairchild, is still missing after having disappeared in December 1999 in Vallejo. Antoinette Robinson, Xiana's mother, said that a mutual friend introduced her to Anderson, a man who walked with a conspicuous limp and who neighborhood children called "Dean" or "Cabman". Children reported that Anderson used his cab to pick up children and drive them to school, a report the Vallejo police later disputed. Robinson and her boyfriend Turnbough, who is a convicted child abuser, took Anderson to their studio apartment on Georgia Street in Vallejo in November or early December 1999. Anderson met Xiana at her mother's apartment. Robinson stated, "He didn't seem to take any particular notice of Xiana. His interest wasn't in her." Robinson's boyfriend helped Anderson repair his Chevrolet Suburban. On December 18, 1999, Anderson appeared at the Xiana volunteer center to offer to help search for Xiana. There are reports that Anderson also appeared at the volunteer center to help search for the Vallejo girl.
Robinson, Turnbough and Anderson all drove cabs in Vallejo. Despite his severe limp, which now causes him to use a wheelchair for court appearances, Anderson worked for Vallejo City Taxi Cab for a few days in late November or early December, reported owner Paul Sanso. Turnbough and Robinson worked for Vallejo City Cab and other companies.
On April 24, 1992, Anderson was convicted and then imprisoned in San Quentin for assaulting and falsely imprisoning an acquaintance's wife, Dina Rae Stansbury, whom Anderson met through his brother. Anderson asked Stansbury for a ride to work in Fairfield. He asked Stansbury to take him to his mother's house, where he held her and gunpoint, demanded her credit cards and forced her to drive him to Oregon. Stansbury escaped at Grants Pass, when she bolted from him while requesting to use a restroom. Stansbury flagged down a passerby.
Anderson was released from San Quentin on parole in August 1995 after serving 42 months of an 80 month sentence for kidnapping Stansbury. Upon release from prison, he was sent to live Santa Clara County because the victim in Solan0 County requested he not be released into Solano County where she lived because she feared for her life. In September 1997, while out on state parole, Anderson allegedly exposed himself to a minor child of a girlfriend in Santa Clara County, said Deborah Sdar, deputy regional parole administrator for the California Department of Corrections. For this offense, Anderson was sent back to state prison for one year, the maximum sentence allowed for a parole violation. Anderson was not registered as a sex offender.
Why? When a felony convict on parole commits a new criminal offense, the District Attorney makes a decision regarding which of two procedures he will pursue: 1) revoke parole and send the convict back to prison for a maximum of one year, or 2) begin a new criminal case against the parolee. Prosecutors in Santa Clara County decided that a new criminal case which if it resulted in a conviction would cause Anderson to be registered as a sex offender was not the procedure to pursue. Instead, Santa Clara prosecutors chose to allow revocation of parole, without filing new charges, knowing that revocation of parole regarding a sex offense does not result in registration as a sex offender. A parole revocation hearing is conducted by an agent of the parole board, is usually brief and requires a minimum presentation of evidence. In short, it's simple and not time-consuming and the District Attorney need not work. It is also noteworthy that the District Attorney could have filed a three strikes case against Anderson (with a minimum 25 years to life sentence) based upon the new offense of indecent exposure before a minor coupled with his prior serious felony convictions. The D.A. did not chose that option.
In April 1999, Anderson was sent back to prison on another parole revocation for having allegedly abducting a woman from a bar in Santa Clara County. It is amazing that Anderson served approximately one month for that kidnapping offense and was ordered free from prison on May 17, 1999.
On November 21, 1999, Anderson's parole term was completed.
On December 9, 1999, Xiana Fairchild was kidnapped while on the way to school in Vallejo.
In August 2000, the Vallejo girl, who was kidnapped and raped by Anderson, escaped by stealing his keys from the ignition, unlocking her chains and flagging down a passing truck driver. The intelligence and courage of this child in this situation is staggering.
At no time, prior to the Vallejo girl's escape was Anderson considered a suspect in the kidnapping of the Vallejo girl or of Xiana Fairchild, despite the heavy involvement of the FBI and the grand jury convened in Sacramento to investigate the Xiana Fairchild case.
Why? A check of recent parolees who live or work in the area of a kidnap and who visit the home of a victim, and who have a history of kidnap and sexual abuse of minors is a standard police procedure.
Richard Allen Davis was also on parole at the time he abducted Polly Klaas. Davis had kidnapped several women at knifepoint, yet at no time was Davis interviewed prior to his arrest which occurred after items of Polly Klaas' clothing were found at Pythian Road. When these items were "discovered", the Sonoma deputy sheriffs were forced to reveal they had detained Davis within an hour or two after the kidnap and let him go.
What's wrong with this picture? It looks like the parole system and the use of parole revocation in sex offender cases, is a breeding ground for child kidnappers and abusers in California. The District Attorneys of Solano and Santa Clara County let Anderson walk free too many times. NewsMakingNews asks who is utilizing these parolees to abduct children?
(10-18) VALLEJO -- The father of an eight-year-old girl who in August escaped a kidnapper lunged at her alleged abductor during a court hearing Wednesday.
The girl's father hopped a short partition in Solano County Superior Court and bore toward Curtis Dean Anderson, who was sitting in a wheelchair near his defense attorney. The father was restrained by bailiffs and removed from the courtroom, said Donna Stashyn, a Solano County deputy district attorney.
He sprang up after a Vallejo officer took the stand and began to tell the court that Anderson molested the girl while she was shackled for 48 hours in his Oldsmobile Firenza, Stashyn said.
The commotion prompted a 10-minute recess. After returning, Judge Allen Carter ruled that Anderson should be arraigned Nov. 2 on 11 charges of kidnapping and sexual molestation. Anderson's lawyer has said he will plead innocent.
Court documents allege that Anderson forced the girl to wear makeup and drink beer and wine after abducting her Aug. 10. The girl escaped from her kidnapper's car in Santa Clara on Aug. 12 by unlocking her shackles and flagging down a passing truck.
In a jailhouse interview published Wednesday, Anderson told the Contra Costa Times he saw nothing wrong with adults having sex with children.
``I'm different,'' he told the paper. ``I do what I want, when I want, how I want.''
LE-ZAHN WILLIAMS infant, Vallejo, 1996
Click here to read about Le-Zahn, an African American baby, whose case is all but forgotten. Le-Zahn disappeared, only three years ago, within a few miles of Xiana's school.
AMANDA NIKKI CAMPBELL child, Fairfield, Solano County, Dec. 27, 1991.
HANG YOUR HEAD IN SHAME CITY OF FAIRFIELD-- IF SUSPECTS IN CHILD KIDNAP CASES ARE PAID OFF, SOLANO COUNTY IS A SAFE HAVEN FOR PEDOPHILES! On May 2, 1997, the City of Fairfield, (located in Solano County) paid Timothy Bindner $90,000 to settle his lawsuit against the Fairfield police for having executed a search warrant at his Oakland home looking for evidence pertaining to Nikki Campbell and Amber Swartz Garcia. Bindner's status was classified as a suspect in these and several other cases at the time of the payment. Attorneys for Binder were Gary Lepper and Matthew Harrington, his partner, who also defended the Emeryville child molesters at the Emery Unified School District. None of these molesters were prosecuted either and they are walking around free and some of them are teaching school children, and others are government officials and owners of corporations in Alameda County.
A MUST READ FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO PROTECT CHILDREN IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA "Stalemate" by John Philpin, A Bantam Book, 1997. This superb book exposes the child porn/kidnap/murder ring operating in Alameda, Solano and Contra Costa Counties and tells the tale of Timothy Bindner and the FBI's failures too solve too many cases, which has resulted in death after death after death!