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    Mom Charged with Turning Oven On with Son Inside

    Dear goodness.

    Dad beats son, mom turns oven on after boy crawls in to hide

    You know, in some way the oven being turned on isn't the worst thing about this case. I mean, yes, that's heinous, but imagine being a little boy so traumatized and scared that he'd climb into the oven out of desperation. And the guy tried to beat the boy in front of cops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MomofBoys View Post
    Dear goodness.

    Dad beats son, mom turns oven on after boy crawls in to hide

    You know, in some way the oven being turned on isn't the worst thing about this case. I mean, yes, that's heinous, but imagine being a little boy so traumatized and scared that he'd climb into the oven out of desperation. And the guy tried to beat the boy in front of cops!
    What is wrong with parents these days! This makes me so angry.

    Thankfully there is a bright spot, the child survived this and will never have to live with these SOBs ever again!

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    Folks, there's not adoptive homes.

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    another pair that should be exterminated like the cockroaches they are .. i hope the little guy will be ok im praying for him

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    Sweet Jesus!! WTH is wrong with these monsters!!???? How old is the boy? The article didn't say.
    Say what you mean, mean what you say, but don't say it mean.
    We are all just trying to make sense of an unimaginable crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MomofBoys View Post
    Dear goodness.

    Dad beats son, mom turns oven on after boy crawls in to hide

    You know, in some way the oven being turned on isn't the worst thing about this case. I mean, yes, that's heinous, but imagine being a little boy so traumatized and scared that he'd climb into the oven out of desperation. And the guy tried to beat the boy in front of cops!

    I hope somebody rescues this boy from his abusers -- before we see another thread with an even worse story....poor little guy tried to run away & he didn't make it...makes me wanna cry.

    No wonder cops are so stressed out -- ya know they had to be thinking how much they wanted to put a beatdown on that "dad".
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    http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/dpp/n...en-nov-10-2009

    He is 10 years old and he received this beating because he was in his mom's bedroom and it made the step father mad!!!

    Are you SERIOUS???
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    We are all just trying to make sense of an unimaginable crime.

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    http://ksax.com/article/stories/S125...html?cat=10230

    this has a picture of the egg donor.
    Say what you mean, mean what you say, but don't say it mean.
    We are all just trying to make sense of an unimaginable crime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovejac View Post
    http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/dpp/n...en-nov-10-2009

    He is 10 years old and he received this beating because he was in his mom's bedroom and it made the step father mad!!!

    Are you SERIOUS???
    Also at this link: "If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of one year in prison and a $3,000 fine."

    What??? That's it?

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    10 years old... imagine all the suffering he lived through in that decade.

    Hope he can be put with good people who can undo the damage done.

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    Good grief, the "father" of this ten year old boy is 23. He was 13 whent the boy was born? The "mother" is 27. This is all so sick and disturbing. This poor little boy never had a chance. This has been a terrible day for children being abused, forsaken, and murdered by their parents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Openmind View Post
    Good grief, the "father" of this ten year old boy is 23. He was 13 whent the boy was born? The "mother" is 27. This is all so sick and disturbing. This poor little boy never had a chance. This has been a terrible day for children being abused, forsaken, and murdered by their parents.
    He isn't the biological father (according to another article I have found).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjenny View Post
    He isn't the biological father (according to another article I have found).
    That would make sense. Usually they say boyfriend or stepfather. It isn't unusual for the boyfriend to be this young. Young, unemployed, and mean as he**.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Openmind View Post
    That would make sense. Usually they say boyfriend or stepfather. It isn't unusual for the boyfriend to be this young. Young, unemployed, and mean as he**.
    And not particularly fond of his girlfriend's son, to put it mildly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovejac View Post
    http://ksax.com/article/stories/S125...html?cat=10230

    this has a picture of the egg donor.
    Stupidazz biotch! I sure hope the POS stepfather is still so cavalier about the "whoopin" when he goes to prison. Lots of those guys don't take kindly to that kind of thing.

    Where the H*L* do these people come from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEADFAST View Post
    Also at this link: "If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of one year in prison and a $3,000 fine."

    What??? That's it?
    according to this chart http://norml.org/pdf_files/state_pen..._Penalties.pdf

    there's a stiffer penalty for having an ounce & a half of marijuana-- up to 5 yrs & $10K fine

    Something is seriously wrong here.
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    Just a year in prison, seriously just a year? There needs to be a serious overhaul in sentencing guidelines, because really a year is just ridiculous.



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    A year for malicious child abuse and five years for and ounce and a half of weed. Hmmm.

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    I am not going to read the links-just a wild guess that there was meth involved here somewhere. I am glad the stepfather took off after the boy in front of LE, just so there is NO QUESTION of reuniting the poor angel with either of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyaDuck? View Post
    10 years old... imagine all the suffering he lived through in that decade.

    Hope he can be put with good people who can undo the damage done.
    Amen, my friend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Mist View Post
    according to this chart http://norml.org/pdf_files/state_pen..._Penalties.pdf

    there's a stiffer penalty for having an ounce & a half of marijuana-- up to 5 yrs & $10K fine

    Something is seriously wrong here.
    The sentencing guidelines are a joke everywhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enchanting_eyes View Post
    Just a year in prison, seriously just a year? There needs to be a serious overhaul in sentencing guidelines, because really a year is just ridiculous.



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    It's absurd. Who do we write to get these law changes?

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    I am so tired of reading about all these stories of abuse and neglect. I am just so sad. These children are brought into the world not by choice but by irresponsibility. Children are a gift and the greatest and most valuable natural resource we have on earth. It is incomprehensible that we lose even one life. Can you believe that we lose 5, yes 5 children A DAY, do to abuse and neglect? One Thousand eight hundred and twenty five lives.

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    I don't mean to steal Belinda's thunder, but this one is local for me and I saw an update in the paper.

    The 'father' (william hurley) in this case got 6 months in a workhouse, and he will be 'let out' during the day to go to school.

    The 'mother' (debra chatman) in this case was sentenced a few days ago to 3 years probation and 20 hours of community service.

    Summary of what they did to their 10 year old son:
    "Hurley punched the boy and then burned him on his arm and leg with a hot iron.

    The boy ran out of the apartment but Chatman grabbed him and brought him back, and Hurley whipped him with an extension cord, police said.

    Chatman, who said she had earlier struck her son with a belt, said the boy ran to an oven and climbed inside it as far as he could. The boy told authorities that she then turned on the oven to force him out."

    http://www.startribune.com/local/100...D3aPc:_Yyc:aUU

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    this is unbelievable, that child probably has endured so much abuse, my brothers are police officers and the stories they tell are soooo hard to hear, i just cant imagine the fear these children have to live with....i hope this boy learns what unconditional love is

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