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Author Topic: 10 year old boy dies of dehydration after parents denied him water for FIVE DAYS  (Read 4759 times)

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Never  mind the death penalty, toss them  in general population with  a stick note attached to  their fore heads  detailing  what they  do to a defenseless child.:ninja:

 
AMEN! I think the death penalty makes things too easy on them -- just a painless administration of euthanasia solution and poof, they're gone. (By the way, life in prison would probably be pretty short for them. I've heard that fellow innmates tend to treat child and animal abusers not very kindly. Even convicts have standards!) That little boy suffered horribly for days. At the very least, they should have to die the same way he did -- to see how if feels!:mad:

I am not usually the vengeful sort, but when it comes to helpless kids and animals, I go ballistic!

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I am not usually the vengeful sort, but when it comes to helpless kids and animals, I go ballistic!

 
I'm exactly the same way.  These things infuriate me...
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...AS PUNISHMENT FOR WETTING HIS BED.  I mean, really?  Seriously?  I can see not letting him drink water like, an hour before bed to see if that's the problem, but FIVE F*****G DAYS?!  And making him stand in a room with no air conditioning by the window in the sun...WHEN IT'S 100 DEGREES OUTSIDE?  People.  Are.  Sick.  They need to be charged with murder.

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Incredibly sad. :( With this, I shall declare here that if I ever feel I have to put my child through this, I will ask a relative to take care of him/her for me until I begin to think wiser. It's kinda pathetic that parents feel the need to be so horribly extreme with children. Don't people know that if your childhood was absolute s*** that you should turn around and do much better and learn from your parents' mistakes? Guess not. Or maybe people are too stupid to care these days. D:

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Incredibly sad. :( With this, I shall declare here that if I ever feel I have to put my child through this, I will ask a relative to take care of him/her for me until I begin to think wiser. It's kinda pathetic that parents feel the need to be so horribly extreme with children. Don't people know that if your childhood was absolute s*** that you should turn around and do much better and learn from your parents' mistakes? Guess not. Or maybe people are too stupid to care these days. D:

Despicable! Like they say "You have to get a license to keep a dog, but any asshole can have a child".
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Despicable! Like they say "You have to get a license to keep a dog, but any asshole can have a child".

 
I agree with this. My two year old is currently potty training and he sometimes has accidents. That doesn't mean he doesn't get anything to drink. He get's nothing an hour before bed though, which, was recommended by his pediatrician. Otherwise, I change his cloths and sheets when there is an accident and find ways to encourage him to go potty on the toilet. Accidents aren't punished, they're just that; accidents. I couldn't imagine doing something like that just for a simple accident! Makes me sick.

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I agree with this. My two year old is currently potty training and he sometimes has accidents. That doesn't mean he doesn't get anything to drink. He get's nothing an hour before bed though, which, was recommended by his pediatrician. Otherwise, I change his cloths and sheets when there is an accident and find ways to encourage him to go potty on the toilet. Accidents aren't punished, they're just that; accidents. I couldn't imagine doing something like that just for a simple accident! Makes me sick.

 
Seriously! If my child had a bed wetting issue, I'd consult a professional to figure out the best options. Until then, they have plastic sheets to put under the bed's fitted sheet as to not ruin the mattress. Not a big deal.

I have a much younger cousin and he wet the bed until he was 12. It was really embarrassing for him and he struggled with finding ways to help him stop. Kid's don't want to wet the bed any more than parents want them to. Sheesh!

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