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Toddler "forcibly submerged" into scalding water; mom, stepdad charged

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NCGirl2009

10 months ago

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Source: WBTV


July 02, 2013


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    gudercop

    10 months ago

    2024 Comments

    Wow it goes to show you that this old world is goign to heck in a handbag. These folks need to spend the rest of their life in prison for this horrendous crime. This child will now have to live with these disfiguring scars for the rest of his life. Prayers to you little one.

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    Jonas

    10 months ago

    41200 Comments

    Bump ssu459 and Max.

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    Whalewatcher

    10 months ago

    10928 Comments

    These two need to be "forcibly submerged" themselves. There is no reason in the world they should EVER bond out; let them wait ( and hopefully rot ) in jail til trial !!

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    jpegee

    10 months ago

    294 Comments

    i just can't believe this they must be charged with attempted murder not child abuse

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    MaxVirtus

    10 months ago

    12766 Comments

    The gutless pieces of garbage must answer for their crimes against an innocent child in this life and the next!

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    Elite1grey

    10 months ago

    1622 Comments

    why is the bond so low on this POS's should be held without and stentenced to same things they did to the poor child god bless him and hope he recovers

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    headbrer

    10 months ago

    5490 Comments

    As many of you know, I have worked with burn patients. Scalds are among the worst of burns. Hope these two find themselves incarcerated for a LONG time. -- Doc

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    Anonymous

    10 months ago

    CHILD ABUSE ??? Both of these sacks of dung need to do life for attempted murder.

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