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Old 01-04-2015, 10:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Franklin View Post
I know a guy who hasn't seen his son in 8 months all because his ex recorded him upset and swearing she also took a picture of a red bum as he smacked his son with a slipper. Police ran with the evidence Judge ran with the evidence. See how you do with your recording. They will probably tell you it is inasmissable . This guy has a sworn affidavit his ex makes the boy take cold showers with his clothes on and has been seen beating him with a clothes hanger. All ignored.

This all sounds terrible but the boy was well taken care of. This abuse word has lost it,s meaning. Unless your a man or have been a very dangerous mother remembering that the first 2 times don,t count for her.
smacking a child with a weapon isn't acceptable at all. Using a hand is one thing but hitting a child with an object is totally wrong. He deserved to be charged to the full extent.

I get the feeling that your buddy made the claims against the mother after he was charged with child abuse? If yes then it was just most likely a retaliation thing. Needless to say if both "parents" are abusing the child with weapons then the authorities should be involved and steps taken to protect the child before they use bigger weapons.

Being well taken care of means they have enough food, shelter and clothes. That doesn't mean that hitting a child with a weapon is okay.
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