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Child Abuse at Robins Air Force Base Leads to Federal Indictment

Zhanay Kiana Flynn, 27, and Antanesha Fritz, 29, each face 18 counts of  1st Degree Cruelty to Children and various other charges stemming from child abuse allegations while they worked at Robins Air Force Base in Jan-Feb of 2021.  The former director of the facility, Latona Lambert, 51, is charged with failure to report child abuse. All defendants face 20 years in prison if convicted. All of the persons were removed from the Daycare previously.

The charges in the indictment:  Flynn and Fritz face 18 counts of first-degree child cruelty, six counts of second-degree child cruelty, three counts of simple battery, and one count of failing to report suspected child abuse. Lambert faces one count of failing to report suspected child abuse.

In some cases during the fights, Flynn and Fritz are accused of grabbing the hands of children involved, and physically forcing them to strike each other in the face, according to the indictment.

One child, specified as “Minor Victim 5,” was involved in several of the forced fights, investigators say. This child’s legs and wrists were “seized” by Flynn and Fritz, who had them kick and strike other children, according to the indictment…

On one occasion, Flynn and Fritz pushed a child to the ground, resulting in them hitting their face on a “hard item,” investigators say.

When the child cried as a result, they were forced into a “small enclosure” as punishment, the indictment says.

During a separate instance, this same child, specified as “Minor Victim 3,” was forced to fight another child before the women sprayed a cleaning liquid in their face, according to investigators.

Flynn and Fritz also sprayed other children in the head and face with a cleaning solution, the indictment says.

Other allegations of abuse include how Flynn and Fritz lifted a cot with a sleeping child on it, resulting in the child falling to the ground, the release states. They’re also accused of shaking a child while threatening to hit them, kicking a child, stepping on a child’s leg, hitting a child in the head with a book and more, prosecutors say. Stripes

 

US Air Force Office of Special Investigations and Air Force Security Forces, with support from the FBI are still investigating, according to Coffee or Die. The  incidents of child abuse are said to have occurred at Warner Robins, according to DOJ court documents. Robins AFB has three daycares ranging in ages from infants to school age children, and there are numerous daycares at Warner Robins. It is unclear exactly which facility was involved.

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Faye Higbee

Faye Higbee is the columnist manager for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children. She has been writing at Conservative Firing Line since 2013 as well. She is also a published author.

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