And this may sound like good news for Leberth, a 20-year-old resident of Kendall in Orleans County. His arrest by the Brighton police in May led to his face being splashed across the news with coverage of the ugly criminal charges against him.Radio talk shows had a field day with chatter about his alleged crimes.During the investigation, police were given a handmade poster with a set of “Kitten’s Rules” written in crayon and taped to her bedroom door detailing a list of graphic orders.Foster is also accused of coercing the girl into suffocating herself to the point of passing out during chats, and harming herself both physically and sexually.An activist looks at an Daesh "marketplace" on the encrypted messaging app Telegram (most favored by Daesh terrorists due to its strict privacy options and end-to-end encryption support), advertising a 12-year-old Yazidi girl as a slave for the price of ,500, in a photo taken in northern Iraq on May 22, 2016.The text reads: "There is a female slave - Virgin - Beautiful - 12 years old - Her Arabic is weak - Clean - Her price has reached ,500, and she will be sold soon. Only those who have the money may request the picture." (AP Photo) Thousands of women and children from Iraq's minority Yazidi religious community were taken prisoner in August 2014.If there was one saving grace, Leberth was in jail for 11 days after his arrest, blind to most of the media coverage.
Detectives are still trying to determine how Foster met the girl, but according to the complaint, the two have been communicating since at least March via text message, social media and daily video chats.
On an April day when Patrick Leberth allegedly held a woman captive for sex at his Monroe Community College dormitory, he could be seen walking down the college hall with her, holding hands, smiling and chatting.
On another day in late April when Leberth allegedly held the woman hostage, the two of them went to her church, driven to and from by the church pastor, who afterward returned the woman to her home and Leberth to MCC.
Yazidism is a syncretic religion combining elements of several ancient Middle Eastern faiths.
Daesh militants consider them to be devil-worshippers.