This child abuse story from Lisa2 page was
created June 6, 2007 and was originally posted on June 1, 2007 as story #130.
Lisa2 is from East Carondelet, Illinois, USA
The following child abuse story from Lisa2
depicts: physical abuse of her
7-month-old granddaughter by the girl's paternal grandmother
The child abuse effects on Lisa2: Lisa's 7-month-old granddaughter suffered bruising on the back of her legs
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My daughter brought my granddaughter, who is
only 7 months old, over to my house. She had bruises all over the back of her
legs! My daughter said that the other grandmother, Rose, had hit her. Someone
called the child abuse hotline and reported it. They avoided the Social Worker
until the bruises were gone. My daughter came to stay here, but decided to move
back in with her boyfriend and the lady that had hit her daughter.
There is a baby, my granddaughter, that has
been and could be being abused and there is no one doing (or those trying to)
do anything about it!
I am at wit's end. This is just horrible. If
someone hits a 7-month-old baby and there is not some kind of protection,
what's going to happen to the baby!?
The government protection agencies dropped the ball and the woman accused is a daycare worker.
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Child abuse story from Lisa2 was re-formatted June 3, 2015
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