Child Abuse at Lake Park Wild Rice Childrens Home

by Scott Hayden
(Minnesota, USA)

the lake park wild rice children's home in fergus falls mn abuses kids they should be held accountable.for years iv'e been trying to get everyone attention about that home but no one answer back.im sick of it.some times i wonder if anyone cares.im really doing this for a friend by the way.i sometimes wonder if anyone would care if he blows his brians out.he was being abuse and sexualy abused at home and at the children's home.now at the home he was sexualy molestde twice by a older boy. the 2nd time one worker.but we don't think anything was done at the time.we are not sure if his mom and dad know about about this. im sure they try to hush it up.he was 9 and 10 at the time.but if they did knew about this then they shouldv'e gotten in to a lot of trouble.we think they put them selfs first before their son.and they neglected him.and one worker molested him too.and a teacher at home too.and abused there too.and he was sexualy assaulted at the home.a crime has been commited.he was a innocent victim of a conspiracy.they tricked and lied to his mom just to keep him there. they are as good as kidnapped him.i just want the world to know how bad that home was.my friend wrote alot of stuff in his book.and he would like to put it on the internet.





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Dec 20, 2012
Scott:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You're a very good friend, trying to get this information out. What concerns me is that you have spent so much time on this cause that it's at the expense of living your life. You've been trying to get this information out for several years now. You can continue to write on websites like mine and others, you can continue to scream louder and louder that this home abused children and that your friend should be listened to and believed, you can continue on the path that you've been on, but to what end. I'm not telling you to stop. I'm not suggesting that you give up on the cause. What I'm saying is that when something isn't working, it's time to go in with a different plan. It's time to see things from a different perspective. You aren't helping your friend by going crazy about the lack of attention and coverage. You can help your friend realize that he is stronger than he realizes because he survived the worst of it. That he is worthy of dignity and respect and love. That as long as he is tied to that despicable home and all that it represents, he is still controlled by them. Together, you can look for ways to change the system. Work with others who are already working toward that end. Nothing will change what happened to your dear friend, Scott. But the two of you together can change things for other children by looking for ways to make ALL homes accountable & all officials responsible to ensure these homes are not abusing children. You can let this fight take you down, Scott, or you decide on a different path, one that has the potential to bring about real change. You have that in you, and from the sounds of things, so does your friend. I send you both love, light and healing energy. Thank you for sharing your friend's story with my visitors and me.

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