In shades eerily reminiscent of child killer Mary Bell we present Beth, 6, the victim of such severe physical and sexaul abuse as an infant, that she is unable to bond with another person or to feel love. She admits remorselessly and openly to physically torturing her baby brother and to wanting to kill him, to hoarding knives and other weapons, and to plotting to murder her entire family; to getting her only joy from hurting other people.
A Saxonburg, Pa., man was arrested after an alleged sadistic attack on a child, 7, in which the boy was doused with an accelerant and filmed after the man’s son allegedly to set the victim’s shirt on fire.
Moms too busy snapping cell phone pics of themselves to take care of their kids.
Jonathan James died in July 2011 after he was deprived of water by his father and step mother for five days. Both have been charged with first-degree felony injury to a child. Jonathan’s step mother, Tina Alberson, was tried this January. His blind father, Michael James, who blames his wife for Jonathan’s death, awaits trial.
IN 1993, 6-year-old John Ashfield was beaten to death. His mother, Gunn-Britt Ashfield instructed her other children, who witnessed the horrific abuse, to tell anyone who asked that John was attacked by a gang of teenage boys.
A Washington State dad couldn’t handle his baby girl’s crying, so he allegedly put the infant in the freezer and took a nap.
Illegally adopted by criminal defense lawyer Joel Steinberg, Lisa Steinberg died after a torturous existence in the Steinberg household, where Steinberg’s girlfriend Hedda Nussbaum and adopted infant Mitchell were also believed to have endured abuse.
Tinning would come running into one of Schenectady’s trauma centers confused and hysterical, with a child cradled in her arms. Ultimately, all eight of Marybeth Tinning’s children died suddenly and without medical explanation. Some thought the problem was genetic, until her adopted child died, and the horrible truth about Tinning became clear.
It’s a pretty brilliant idea: an ad that from an adult’s perspective shows the face of a normal looking boy, but when seen from the point of view of a child, it hides a secret message.
Last spring, 3-year-old Kilah Davenport was hospitalized with severe head injuries that nearly killed her. According to authorities, the damage that cost Kilah a normal life was caused by her stepfather, Joshua Hauser. Now, a new measure in Kilah’s name that requires longer prison terms for child abusers, may soon be signed into law.