Originally posted by elfie
reply to post by nightstalker78
My point was really: why aren't well intentioned neighbors calling about the families whose children wind up dead in the septic tank or starved to death while the husband is deployed or beaten to death with a pipe by their grandmother because they had a seizure while she was reading the bible to them? Plenty of children could have benefited from such concern.
edit on 15-9-2012 by elfie because: (no reason given)
Cooper says she told the responding La Porte policeman that she had been home the whole time. "Unknown Officer went across the street to talk with defendant Fuller. It was at this point that Fuller reported, for the first time, that she had struck one of Cooper's children with her vehicle as they played in the street," the complaint states. "Unknown Officer returned to Cooper's home, and after another conversation with Unknown Officer, Cooper was placed under arrest for the felony offenses of child endangerment and child abandonment.
Originally posted by mamabeth
reply to post by WhiteSpectralMirror
When I was a little girl and all the kids' were outside playing,there
were always some neighbors sitting on their porches watching out
for the kids.This was typical back 50 years ago where I grew up at.