When a person turns their anger against a child.
LARGO, FLORIDA – A Pinellas County arrest affidavit reveals a mother admitted to hitting her 2-year-old son in the head, which caused him to hit his head against a wall and have seizures.
Jordan Belliveau, who was the subject of a multi-day Amber Alert, then died after having seizures. He was 2 years old.
His mother admitted to taking him to the woods and leaving him there, the affidavit said.
Charisse Stinson, 21, is charged with first-degree murder and child abuse.
Largo police arrested Stinson around 8:40 p.m. Tuesday shortly after investigators found Jordan’s body in the woods.
Stinson had earlier claimed her son was abducted by a man who had offered them a ride, then knocked her unconscious and left her in the woods, WTXL reported.
I really want to know why she did this. Some day I’m going to walk into prisons and sit down with people and get a full understanding of exactly what’s going on in their mind.
Clearly in the bible it says “Spare the rod” spoil the child. But it doesn’t say anything about beating your child to death.
Personally I don’t believe good kids have to be beat. If you speak to them in a manner that they can understand, most tend to catch on.
But you have to start doing this early, before they even start talking. Train them early and you won’t have to beat them later. 🤷🏼♀️
Besides that I believe beating your child was passed down by slavery. The slave owners beat the slaves to keep them in line, and then when they were set free, they started beating their own kids with branches, belts, extension cords and whatever else they could get their hands on.
As a child growing up, and insanely told to go outside and pick branches to be beat with, I quickly began to realize I might be just a tad bit brighter than adults…
Besides that, kids are so cute to me. I love to play with them, and hand them back to their parents. It’s hard to fathom how a woman could beat her child to death. My son is like watching my heart walk around, outside of my body. I’m constantly trying to allow him to find himself, while trying to protect him at the same time.