An 8-year-old Sacramento, California, boy has died of injuries sustained while trying to save his little sister from being sexual assaulted by their mother’s ex-boyfriend, Deandre Chaney Jr., 23, the Huffington Post reports. SEE ALSO: Louisiana Principal Accused Of Locking 5-Year-Old In Closet, Warrant Issued The incident occurred about 5 a.m. Sept. 1 when the mother Elizabeth…
Children under fire Almost two dozen kids are shot every day in the U.S. This 4-year-old was one of them. washingtonpost.com.
Children under fire
Almost two dozen kids are shot every day in the U.S. This 4-year-old was one of them.
Story by John Woodrow Cox
Photos by Ricky Carioti
Published on September 15, 2017
The bullet exploded from the gun’s barrel, spiraling through cool night air toward a gray SUV’s back passenger-side window. Carter “Quis” Hill was perched in his car seat on the other side of the glass, and as it shattered all around him, the round burrowed into his head, an inch above the right temple. From the boy’s hand slipped a bright-red plastic Spider-Man mask he’d gotten for his 4th birthday, nine days earlier.
A white Pontiac blew past, disappearing into the distance. Carter’s mother, Cecelia Hill, knew it was the same car that had been chasing them for three miles before someone inside fired eight shots at her 2004 Volkswagen in what police would call an extraordinary act of road rage. …http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/local/2017/09/15/road-rage-a-bullet-to-the-head-and-the-frantic-effort-to-save-a-4-year-old/?utm_term=.06af9c9a582b#_=
SMYLLUM PARK ORPHANAGE 400+ SCOTTISH ORPHANAGE CHILDREN BURIED IN UNMARKED GRAVE (updated 12th Sept) — Citizens, not serfs | Children in Shadow:::Children in War Blog
Originally posted on WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE?: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/irish-children-buried-in-mass-grave-at-scottish-orphanage-5l6wdc38h HUNDREDS of children’s bodies from Smyllum Park Orphanage have been discovered in a mass grave. At least 400 youngsters were buried at St Mary’s Cemetery in Lanark, southern Scotland, close to where they were cared for at the home – but what do we know about Smyllum Park Orphanage…