Pop quiz time. If your child steals from his sibling, what do you do?
a) Deprive him of television.
b) Deprive him of video games.
c) Deprive him of toys.
d) Deprive him of the necessities of life.
Unhappily for 10-year-old Jonathan James, his f*cktard father Michael Ray James and his hellbeast stepmother Tina Maria Alberson chose option (d).
After accusing this loving, good-natured boy of taking guitar strings from a sibling, this pair of murderous morons decided to punish him by making him stand at the window of a room that lacked air conditioning. What’s bad about that? They made him stand there for five days. In the full sunshine. With degrees reaching 106°F. Without water. For five days. No water.
Jonathan’s twin brother Joseph knew he was getting sick. He knew Jonathan needed water, and he was only 10. How could Michael James and Tina Alberson not know? They knew. Living in Dallas, Texas they knew about heat, yet they deprived this young boy of water to the point of death and beyond.
Damn them to hell.
Written by Blueghost1
Teachers are supposed to help your children grow and develop their learning skills and hone in on their talents and social skills. Not 61-year-old Third grade teacher Mark Berndt. His thirty-year experience at Miramonte Elementary School gave new meaning the word experience.
When I sent my only child to kindergarten on what was going to be the glorious first day, I followed the bus all the way to the school and my child said “Mom, geez did you have to go all the way to school? My friends from pre-school were yelling, ‘Hey! Isn’t that your mom?’”
Written by Tiffany
In this day and age it seems as though more times than none when we pick up a newspaper or turn on the nightly news that we hear of children being beaten/tortured/raped/murdered by parents,loved ones, or babysitters. It’s really heart breaking. So let me ask you, as a parent, what would you do if you found someone had hurt your child? Would you call the police or take matters into your own hands? What if you had already called the police previously and they did nothing but write their standard police report?
The most dangerous time in a woman’s life is when she breaks up with her abusive husband or boyfriend. And not surprisingly, the biggest danger to her life is said husband or boyfriend. Iliada (Lois) Zois found this out on Christmas day, 2007. That is the day that her hellbeast common-law husband Nana Yaw decided she could not live without him.
Lois knew Nana Yaw was not happy. After living with him for over a year, she knew he was jealous, possessive and abusive. She’d been planning to split up with him and leave their Kipling Avenue, Toronto apartment. She had begun packing boxes and looking for furniture.
Almost all human beings struggle against being selfish. Almost all. But then there are those hellbeasts in human form who don’t struggle at all against their selfish urges. They have succumbed to their selfish entitlements, their needs, their impulses. They do whatever they want to do because they want to do it. And woe betide anyone who is vulnerable to their pathological selfishness and malevolent evil.
Stacey Joy Bourdeaux of Calgary, Alberta is one such hellbeast. She hid for years behind the mantle of mother and wife. She was married to Ted Fewer and had a little girl and a lovely baby boy, Sean Ronald Fewer. On December 27, 2004, little Sean was found in his crib, dead. He’d just had his first and only Christmas.