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Old 07-20-2019, 12:29 PM
 
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A few days ago, I came home and heard in the news that a policeman had raped and killed his toddler daughter. Can someone, Please, enlighten me, as to where it happened? Thank you,
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Old 07-20-2019, 12:32 PM
 
Location: NJ & NV
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Nothing sexual just alleged violence. Usual articles avail on nj.com
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Old 07-20-2019, 12:46 PM
 
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Can someone, Please, enlighten me, as to where it happened? Thank you,
That piece of excrement was a member of the Ewing PD, and he (allegedly) killed his child in the same town.

https://www.nj.com/mercer/2019/07/ba...cs-allege.html
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Old 07-20-2019, 01:33 PM
 
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Thank you all for your help. The mother was a school teacher, and the father was a policeman. Two pay-checks in this family, so obviously the issue was not money. Two dysfunctional people serving the public.......this UNWANTED baby was being beaten up at the age of three months, and the mother did nothing to stop him, she could have stopped it, the first time it happened.......I realize she may have been afraid of her own life.....no excuse here because the police would have protected her, if she reported it to the Commander-in- Chief........the husband is not with her 24/7.

Let's take the pressures of the father's job: He could have had Family Counseling or Individual Counseling, or ultimately, change jobs. But, perhaps was a girlfriend that he wanted more than his job, and his family........it is very, very sad what happened to that little human being..........may she rest- in- peace.
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Old 07-20-2019, 02:18 PM
 
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Thank you all for your help. The mother was a school teacher, and the father was a policeman. Two pay-checks in this family, so obviously the issue was not money. Two dysfunctional people serving the public.......this UNWANTED baby was being beaten up at the age of three months, and the mother did nothing to stop him, she could have stopped it, the first time it happened.......I realize she may have been afraid of her own life.....no excuse here because the police would have protected her, if she reported it to the Commander-in- Chief........the husband is not with her 24/7.

Let's take the pressures of the father's job: He could have had Family Counseling or Individual Counseling, or ultimately, change jobs. But, perhaps was a girlfriend that he wanted more than his job, and his family........it is very, very sad what happened to that little human being..........may she rest- in- peace.
OR a BOYFRIEND.......

Now he goes to jail, and if it is a girlfriend, after he gets a divorce, he can have Conjugal Visits, and have more babies.........at the expense of the taxpayer. Gladly, New Jersey is not a conjugal state.......
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Old 07-21-2019, 08:53 AM
 
Location: Princeton, New Jersey
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The mother needs to be brought up on the same charges as the father. And that pediatric nurse should lose their license and get the child endangerment charges. It’s sad how much attention is being focused just on the father, when these other two people could have easily saved the child's life. They should all serve the same time because I think they all are pretty much equally responsible.
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Old 07-21-2019, 08:03 PM
 
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The mother needs to be brought up on the same charges as the father. And that pediatric nurse should lose their license and get the child endangerment charges. It’s sad how much attention is being focused just on the father, when these other two people could have easily saved the child's life. They should all serve the same time because I think they all are pretty much equally responsible.

You are absolutely correct. Yes, all failed this innocent baby.
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Old 07-21-2019, 10:04 PM
 
Location: NJ & NV
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The mother needs to be brought up on the same charges as the father. And that pediatric nurse should lose their license and get the child endangerment charges. It’s sad how much attention is being focused just on the father, when these other two people could have easily saved the child's life. They should all serve the same time because I think they all are pretty much equally responsible.

That is the olde ancient way,,, for humans to punish each other.
Yes a great tragedy and injustice occurred but to move the human condition forward we can do better than to just go around torturing people.

I am not belittling what occurred, quite the opposite, to go forward and prevent more such injustices, punishing those that were involved does NOTHING for our future and our kids.
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Old 07-21-2019, 10:15 PM
 
Location: Mid-Atlantic
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The mother needs to be brought up on the same charges as the father. And that pediatric nurse should lose their license and get the child endangerment charges. It’s sad how much attention is being focused just on the father, when these other two people could have easily saved the child's life. They should all serve the same time because I think they all are pretty much equally responsible.
Mom is guilty as all hell. She wouldn't allow tests? No one, absolutely no one, would get away with doing that to my child.

Maybe some people lack that instinct.
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Old 07-22-2019, 05:03 AM
 
Location: Princeton, New Jersey
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That is the olde ancient way,,, for humans to punish each other.
Yes a great tragedy and injustice occurred but to move the human condition forward we can do better than to just go around torturing people.

I am not belittling what occurred, quite the opposite, to go forward and prevent more such injustices, punishing those that were involved does NOTHING for our future and our kids.
Hm I don’t agree. If you are responsible for a crime you should be punished for it. The mother and nurse are responsible because they knew and did or said nothing. That nurse is facing no repercussions. So she could do it again - ignore child abuse, despite her being required to report it. She needs to lose her license at a bare minimum. That’s what happens when you don’t do your job. As to the mother she withheld vital information from the doctors to protect her husband. Her sharing the photos to her husband of the bruises on the baby strikes me as her having a seriously deranged mind. Yet she keeps her 2 year old and only faces child endangerment?? You can tell this woman is off her rocker. Hopefully she’ll at least go to jail for the 1 year. Maybe the inmates will set her straight. But more likely she’ll be given probation so she can stay with the 2 year old. Disgusting.
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