Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by PastTense, Nov 8, 2014.
Ahhhh jeez, what a cutie pie. So they didn't waste any time starting in on the little guy, did they. Mom gave Jasper to them on July 31st and the mom hadn't spoken to them since mid-September. Dad didn't have custody and was apparently not involved in his son's life and Mom was homeless, but it's difficult to believe that Mom would choose to leave her child with this gruesome duo....
Oh my God it's even worse than I imagined. This is sickening. He was missing his bottom teeth, they knocked his teeth out! He also had healing broken bones and would fall to the floor, writhing in pain. Those f'rs!! And there was another adult staying with them, an 18-year-old named Zachary Kidder. Who did nothing to help poor Jasper.
Things are falling into place. Mom is apparently a drug addict as are the couple she entrusted with her child. Mom also has an online fundraising page to raise money for Jasper's funeral which is still active at this time. Wouldn't he already have been buried? He was killed over a month ago. Maybe they are holding his body?
I hate to say this but giving cash to an (alleged) drug addict is just not a great idea. In a case like this I would encourage people to donate directly to the funeral home.
Ugh and she'd only met the couple a few times before she left Jasper with them!
This reminds me of the girl in Indianapolis in the 1960's where she and her sister were left in the care of a virtual stranger by her traveling carnival parents. One sister was tortured and killed by the women, her children and neighborhood children. Sylvia Likens RIP.
The short, harsh life of Jasper Henderling-Warner
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