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Shocking! Thai mother and Cambodian stepfather did this to their six year old boy

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I feel so sad for this young child...

 

Words can not describe what I feel towards the adults in charge of taking care of him. They disgust me.

 

I find it truly difficult to understand how wicked some adults can be to young children in their charge.

What a terrible example they are to the young lad.

 

I can only hope that they are never allowed to take care of this young boy or any other children ever again.

...and that the young lad is in safe hands now and eventually finds loving foster parents who show him what real family life can be like. 

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3 hours ago, Just Weird said:

It happens every day in your country also, it is not peculiar to Thailand.

Yes but that is no excuse for Thailand, the Thai brains work in an ugly way when it comes to violence, I have seen it up close here, maybe it's more hidden in my home country. 

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3 hours ago, GBW said:

Of course violence is not the answer, I certainly never suggested that in my post. You suggest I should change my Uname to GBH, well I suggest you pull your head in and look at the OP and maybe you will then see and understand what GBH is. 

I wrote the OP. I understand implicitly.

 

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Neighbours to rescue of boy abused by parents

By The Nation

 

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AUTHORITIES have rescued a six-year-old boy from his own mother after neighbours heard him cry out in pain and reported suspected abuse.
 

When police and rescue workers rushed to his home in Chon Buri province on Sunday, they found the injured boy.

 

There were bruises and blisters all over his body, including on his sex organs, and so he was rushed to hospital where he is still receiving treatment. 

 

Officials said the boy looked brighter, when he was away from his mother and stepfather. 

 

“They both hit me,” the boy was quoted as saying.

 

The boy’s mother, 24, said she had hit her own son because he often urinated and defecated on his bed. 

 

“Please don’t arrest me. I have to take care of my little baby,” the mother said. She has been charged with physical assault. 

 

After ending her relationship with her former husband, she has been living with a Cambodian. The couple has had a daughter together. The baby is just one month old. 

 

Her Cambodian husband said he would like to apologise to his stepson and society. 

 

“I am now repentant. I am sorry for being hotheaded. Back then, I just thought I should discipline my stepson,” he said. 

 

Neighbours said the family had moved into their community about two months ago. During the past three weeks, they heard the boy crying most of the time, they said. 

 

Worried about the boy’s safety, they alerted the authorities. 

 

This case brings to light domestic child abuse, which experts say has haunted too many children in Thailand. 

 

Gary Risser, chief of Child Protection at Unicef Thailand, earlier this year said that data from a 2015-16 National Statistical Office survey found that some 4.2 per cent of children between age one and 14 had experienced severe physical punishment at home in the month preceding the survey.

 

This included being hit or slapped on the face, head or ears, or being repeatedly struck with force by a parent. 

 

If that percentage holds true nationally, it would amount to around 470,000 cases nationally.

 

Risser highlighted the figures in her bid to push for a better child-protection systems at every level. 

 

According to her, Thailand currently has a ratio of just 4.46 social workers for every 100,000 people. This lack of professional staff limits the effectiveness of the system in prevention and providing protection.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30370498

 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The boy’s mother, 24, said she had hit her own son because he often urinated and defecated on his bed. 

 

“Please don’t arrest me. I have to take care of my little baby,” the mother said. She has been charged with physical assault. 

 

After ending her relationship with her former husband, she has been living with a Cambodian. The couple has had a daughter together. The baby is just one month old. 

 

Her Cambodian husband said he would like to apologise to his stepson and society. 

 

“I am now repentant. I am sorry for being hotheaded. Back then, I just thought I should discipline my stepson,” he said.

Sorry excuses for sorry people. I see they deserve each other, but not the boy or any children at all.

These two are just a big waste of totally good and breathable air.

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10 hours ago, balo said:

They are animals, and no brains. Happens every day in this country. Bring the kid to a foster family where he will be loved and not beaten.  

Animals do not do that sort of thing to their offspring, 

Animals generally fight to the death to protect offspring

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For gawd sake, no child should ever be beaten or punished...ever. This is sheer monstrosity. How on earth can anyone beat a 6 year old kid...what the hell is wrong with their minds....these parents should be beaten up terribly and hanged......definitely not humans. When kids do something wrong, they should be spoken to gently and counselled etc not scolding, shouting or worst beating. A kid who is properly loved will grow up perfectly, its when love is missing, they stray.

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7 minutes ago, Bipolar said:

For gawd sake, no child should ever be beaten or punished...ever. This is sheer monstrosity. How on earth can anyone beat a 6 year old kid...what the hell is wrong with their minds....these parents should be beaten up terribly and hanged......definitely not humans. When kids do something wrong, they should be spoken to gently and counselled etc not scolding, shouting or worst beating. A kid who is properly loved will grow up perfectly, its when love is missing, they stray.

Advocating violence against the offenders achieves nothing, in fact , you are saying one form of violence unacceptable, but another is acceptable

I understand your outrage, but we need other solutions without resorting to violence.

We do not know their circumstances, and I am in NO WAY condoning the appalling behaviour.

The child will live with the physical and emotional scars for life, where does he and his sibling receive the care they deserve, with social services almost non existent, let alone support for counselling for him.

 

 

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The kid should not be returned to them, and I fear for the newborn. They are both bullies who seem to feel it is normal to treat your own this way.  Poor mite.

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

She apologized to him every time, she said,

yeah thats  nice  luv! a  caring touch

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19 hours ago, colinneil said:

Poor little boy, beatings by his own mother !!

Thai family values.  Check out the brother who killed his sister and stole her car.

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19 hours ago, colinneil said:

Poor little boy, beatings by his own mother !!

Not fit to have children, needs sterilised so she cannot have anymore.

Crazy thinking beating the boy will stop him wetting the bed, fear off more beatings will make him do it all the more.

I had a child with this prolonged bed wetting problem. Once on a vacation trip, we shared a bed at an overpriced hotel. I woke up in the middle of the night thinking I was in a (warm) swimming pool.

My boy was about the same age as this tyke.

But I cleaned up as best I could and advised the front office of our "accident".

But .......... I never beat him or even yelled at him for it.

Eventually he grew out of it. Never did know what the problem was.

 

Hope this family can get back on track and the boy isn't emotionally scarred forever.

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13 hours ago, balo said:

They are animals, and no brains. Happens every day in this country. Bring the kid to a foster family where he will be loved and not beaten.  

This is not a problem unique to Thailand ("Happens every day in this country").

My eldest brother got beaten by my father from very young until the time he escaped. Family tell me just how brutally. Somehow, the worst I got was being yelled at (probably deserved it though).

My x wife got beaten by her father frequently. While belt whipping her behind, he used to say to her, "don't you dare pass out on me". Yet we both came from loving, respectable families.

And I assure you, it wasn't in Thailand. Try Canada.

 

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