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MO: 3 relatives accused of staging kidnapping of boy to teach him a lesson

LINCOLN COUNTY, Mo. – A 6-year-old Missouri boy’s mother, grandmother and aunt are accused of staging a kidnapping, then holding the child for four hours to teach him about stranger danger. Full Article

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Once again, children are at significantly higher risk from their own family members than they ever are from people on the registry!!!

In just the past few month, look at the large number of kids that dying at the hands of their parents. The most dangerous place for kids are in their home.

Law enforcement did the right thing. But I wonder how many parents terrorize their kids with fear of the bogeyman, and it goes unnoticed and unpunished. Our present system encourages such behavior.

Poor little dude, that is just not right. Go figure Missouri! Stranger danger my Ass, this is his kin. Some People, Grrrrrr…

Having grown up in Missouri myself I can tell you that there are a bunch of inbreed hicks running around that place. The only state more dysfunctional would be Florida. IMHO

“The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals.
Well, when there aren’t enough criminals, one makes them.
One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for man to live without breaking laws.”
– Ayn Rand, 1957

Wow I was kinda kidding when I said in one of my other post that the parents of these lawmakers must of terrorized their kids and put the fear of the boogyman in their heads and low and behold these lunatics actual do.

Here is another child harmed by dis-information that our government (through their mouthpiece; the lame stream media) has a responsibility to correct. These people that did this to this child are kooks, likewise those that perpetuate the “sex offender” myth and do all they can to keep the lie alive.

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