When children die at the hands of relatives
Justice for Savannah Hardin
An Eye for An Eye
A nine year old dies at the hands of her step mother and grandmother for lieing about eating candy and is forced to run non stop for three hours, causing severe dehydration.
Savannah, a delightful girl, has a seizure and dies, because of two evil women in her life. She never had a chance to have a life.
Looking at these two women, sometimes an eye for an eye wouldn't be such a bad idea. How can any person think that a child could run for three hours and never have as much as a drink of water to quench her thirst. Both women are in jail, but to me that doesn't seem like enough punishment.
Day after day children are being abused, killed, severely hurt, and emotionally scarred and what do we do as a society to punish their killers. Not put them to death, not make their lives uncomfortable, but we house them in a nicely air conditioned jail, with a bed, three meals a day, snacks, time outside, television, and time to do what; think about what they did? No they will never think about what they did because in all reality if a monster can do that to a child, they have no morals, values, or any kind of feelings in their heart.
If you have children and marry again, you better make sure that your new husband or wife loves your children. No child asks to come in to this world and certainly does not deserve to be treated in such a way by someone who is not even their biological parent. They don't even deserve to be treated that way by a family member they have been with their entire life.
Ladies and gentlemen, take care of your children and love them, nuture them so that they can grow up to be loving adults. Do not let someone belittle, abuse, or hurt your child. They not only don't deserve it but they should be loved always.
I pray this little girl is at peace now with the angels and I pray that God will deal with those two women and that they will spend the rest of their days in misery.
Too much abuse to children
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