A mother locked her 12 year old son, Nicky, in the basement because she was afraid her two pit bulls might hurt him.<br>He escaped from the basement and was killed by either one or both of the pit bulls.<br>"It's Nicky's time to go," she said. "When you're born you're destined to go and this was his time."<br>LINK<br><br>
It never fails to surprise me at the level of stupidity and ignorance some people are more than willing to expose to the world! Stupid beotch!<br><br><br><br>CreativeGuy: For your "fix" of design software tips, tricks & commentary.
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Some people should never have children in their care. This is our top story this morning. I dare say this could have had a rotten outcome as well.<br><br>Grandparents held after kids found hogtied, abused <br>11:06 AM PDT on Sunday, June 12, 2005<br>KING5.com<br> SEATTLE -- Two Kitsap County grandparents are in jail Sunday, accused of abusing and hogtying their grandkids.<br> They were arrested after a boy escaped from their home Saturday.<br> Video Clip<br>Chris Daniels reports <br>More ...Custom Video ...<br> Police went to the home after a report that a boy was seen walking on the road barefoot, in pyjamas. The 10-year-old boy was cold, tired and undernourished. He told a deputy that he had escaped from his grandparent's house.<br> The deputy also noticed excessive bruising on the boy's face and body. A plastic zip tie was attached to the boy's ankle and there were ligature marks on his wrists.<br> The boy told police he had been "hog-tied" for several days in his bedroom by his grandparents. He said he was so thirsty he was trying to make his way to the nearby creek to get some water.<br> "His hands were tied behind his bank, ankles, feet tied together, and his hands tied to his ankles,” said Scott Wilson of the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Dept. “He'd been released solely to go the toilet, and then re-restrained."<br> ---<br><br>KING<br>There were three children living in the house in South Kitsap, Wash., with the couple.<br>---<br> The boy said his younger sister was still at the home, and when police arrived at the house on Bethel Burley Road SE around 4:30 a.m., they an 8-year-old girl hog-tied, also with plastic zip ties, lying on a floor.<br> An 11-year-old boy was also in the home, but not tied up.<br> Deputies immediately detained a 66-year-old man and a 61 year-old woman.<br> The two restrained children reported that they had been tied up for several days, "as punishment." They said that they were given graham crackers and ice cube chips on a plate but were not permitted to be untied to eat them.<br> The children were taken to a hospital in Bremerton for evaluation before being turned over to Child Protective Services.<br> Detectives said the 11-year-old boy is the grandson of the adult couple but the two younger children were adopted.<br> All three children have the same mother, but separate fathers. The whereabouts of the biological parents is unknown.<br> Neighbors were caught off guard, and claimed they never saw children outside the home.<br> One little boy said they always treated him nicely.<br> "The house freaked me out, that woman freaked me out," said one woman. "I hope they get what's coming to them, and what they put the children through, I hope they get the same thing done to them," said<br> The grandparents are being held at the Kitsap County Jail on bail of $100,000 each and face one count of investigation of unlawful inprisonment. They will appear in court on Monday.<br><br>From: Loading “KING5.com | News for Seattle, Washington | KING5 Top Stories”<br>http://www.king5.com/topstories/stories/NW_061205WABhogtiedEL.1b182de.html<br><br>
I've said it before and I'll say it again...<br><br>We license people to drive cars, become doctors and sell real estate. <br><br>WHY don't we license people to be parents? Clearly this sub-human waste of space should not have been allowed to reproduce. <br><br>
iRock, any chance of keeping me updated with this story.<br>You figure that the offspring of these two grand parents can't have 56 cards in their deck.<br>That means that at least one of the abused children's parents probably has a screw loose.<br>The children were taken into protective custody...Where are the children's parents?<br><br><br>
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