Saturday, March 31, 2012

Repulsive, Reprehensible, Vulgar, Nauseating? No! There has to be stronger words for these stories!

I woke up early this morning and began reading the AOL news...

These two stories just about ruined my day, I need to read about both of these men being beat in prision for what they each individually did to these kids! (If any of my readers happen to find a follow-up to either of these articles at a later date (today is March 31, 2012), please send me an email @!

(1) Sergio Velderrain, Father Arrested For Peeing On Baby, Said He Was Drunk On Four Loko 

An excerpt: "To be peeing on him and to see him choking and still peeing and then laughing hysterically about it, I mean that's gotta be the lowest. That's worse than spitting on somebody,”


(2) Sok Thoeun Chained Son's Neck To A Pole For Skipping School, Police Say

Excerpt: "When the father found his son, the Post reports he began beating his son "brutally," and then shackled him."

"As well as beating his son, he put chains around the boy's neck and legs and locked him to a power pole on a nearby street in the village, in order to show [his son] to the public," deputy provincial police chief Colonel Cheth Vanny told the paper.

My two cents.. As most of my readers know, I would give a kidney to have raised my kidnapped babies.. these two animals should be shackled in public and urinated on by passers by... but since I have no say in what happens to either of these psychopaths - all I can do is know that Karma misses no one, good bad or indifferent!

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Friday, March 30, 2012

Complaint alleges Houston-based doctor improperly gave drugs to child

Houston Chronicle
Complaint alleges Houston-based doctor improperly gave drugs to child

By Lise Olsen and Todd Ackerman
March 28, 2012

A Houston-based psychiatrist and the state’s leading prescriber of the anti-anxiety drug Xanax is the subject of a complaint to the Texas Medical Board alleging he improperly and simultaneously prescribed four drugs to an 8-year-old, placing the child “at undue risk.”

The complaint against Dr. G.K. Ravichandran comes as the Texas Health and Human Services Commission has begun releasing to U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley results of its investigations into doctors who prescribe large quantities of pain and psychiatric medications, including to children. Ravichandran has not been specifically named in the disclosures.

the rest of the story…

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