Unthinkable Acts

by Tracy
(Florida, USA)

I have no words that can even begin to describe "The Unthinkable" acts of violence that went on for months with Baby Brianna. So the family wants to keep her grave private? Where were they when the abuse was happening? I can guarantee if the grandparents knew, the entire families knew. There will be a nice place in the pits of Hell for these three. here is so much evil among us!!!! Their own child!!!!!!!

From Darlene - Webmaster

Of all the articles posted on this site, the tragic demise of Baby Brianna has sparked the most outrage...and rightly so. She is the poster child of a family and a system gone terribly wrong. But if we only voice our anger and do nothing to change what needs to be changed in order to prevent another Baby Brianna from happening, then we fail to bring any kind of purpose to her death.

Each of us must do our part and get involved:

  • Educate yourself on the signs of child abuse
  • Become aware of how rampant child abuse is
  • Volunteer at a local women's shelter
  • Stand up for the rights of children
  • Support child abuse prevention laws

These are just some of the ways each of us can make a big impact in the lives of other children and make sure Baby Brianna's death was not in vain.

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