Man Allegedly Punished Child With Ants

Man Allegedly Punished Child With Ants

There are 3 comments on the The Associated Press story from Nov 21, 2006, titled Man Allegedly Punished Child With Ants . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

A college business professor who allegedly punished one of his children by covering the boy with ants and putting pepper juice in his eyes has been sentenced to two years in prison for child abuse.

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Earl Ainsworth

Eagle Pass, TX

#1 Nov 26, 2006
Is the State of Mississippi applying the Laws of Nigeria instead of The United States of America? Has Mississippi been dropped out the UNION and given to AFRICA? IS the child OK?
Earl Ainsworth

Eagle Pass, TX

#2 Nov 26, 2006
I would like to know the condition of the child.
What the father did to his son is unforgivable.

I hope the men in the prison where he will serve his
term does not find out what he did to his son.

God bless that child and have mercy on his Father.

Jackson, MS

#3 Nov 28, 2006
child abuse. do the same to him

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