Little girl tied to bed
bill

United States

#26 Oct 11, 2012
just goes to show you that people will do anything to anyone
Agreed

Elizabethtown, KY

#27 Oct 11, 2012
Terry wrote:
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I roamed as a small child, and my parents put a sliding lock on the outside of my door... Guess what? It kept me in my room through the night and I was safe. If you have to tie your children down to "protect" them then you probably shouldn't have children.
Although these people tied the child up for 16 hours a day so any defense of protecting them from the middle of the night mishaps won't fly. They were just ruthless evil people.
Or maybe use a baby gate so the child can still see out of the room. You can get some very tall gates even. The last thing anyone should is tie a child down. Put them in the bed with you if you have to.
you sure

Elizabethtown, KY

#28 Oct 11, 2012
Actually wrote:
You see on the news quiet often, toddler leaving thier house and gets lost. Some kids just take off wondering.
But tied up for 18 hours is a long time. Even for a adult.
But the Grandmother is not guilty. She was lucky to have her home back. Probably afraid to say a word.
The Grandmother's husband died and somehow got put out of her own home by the kids. Anyone who knows this woman will vouch this. She is a good person.
How did she get "put out"? She was living with Becky and that old man. Becky's real mother was living there until Carolyn decided she wanted to move back in.
frustrated

United States

#29 Oct 11, 2012
Actually wrote:
You see on the news quiet often, toddler leaving thier house and gets lost. Some kids just take off wondering.
But tied up for 18 hours is a long time. Even for a adult.
But the Grandmother is not guilty. She was lucky to have her home back. Probably afraid to say a word.
The Grandmother's husband died and somehow got put out of her own home by the kids. Anyone who knows this woman will vouch this. She is a good person.
So this makes up for what they did to that baby,I dont think so.
hidinmyname

United States

#30 Oct 11, 2012
Agreed- thank you for answering my question with an actual answer. I don't know anything about this case nor do I wish to- I'll pray for the child as well as the family, not because they are right or wrong- but because that is what we are expected to do by God.
hidinmyname

United States

#31 Oct 11, 2012
And frustrated, no actually I am not crazy in the least. This is why I'm not letting any emotional aspect of mine get in the way of rational thinking.
WhatTheHell

United States

#32 Oct 11, 2012
It SHOULD make you emotional. It should make you mad as hell that someone actually believed that tying the toddler up was acceptable at all, regardless of who did it. That's what's wrong today....people don't get involved and would rather be left alone. Had anyone who had been to the house or even suspected that something was going on, maybe this child wouldn't have had to go through what she did. I don't know anyone involved, but had I had an inkling of what was going on, it would've been reported.
i think

United States

#33 Oct 11, 2012
all involved should go to jail and that little girl would have a better life with another family
wrong method

Lawrenceburg, KY

#34 Oct 11, 2012
There are different things that could have been done. A lock on the door,a tall gate,sleep in the same room as the child ect....There will never be an excuse good enough to make what they did right! This little child must have suffered being tied all those long hours! It makes me sick!
Mike

Lawrenceburg, KY

#35 Oct 11, 2012
It is my understanding that the grandmother is the one who taught the others how to tie the little girl up...correct me if I am mistaken...I know someone will.
additude666

Lawrenceburg, KY

#36 Oct 11, 2012
hidinmyname wrote:
Just curious because there are things that may not be understood. I have two small children, both of which are under the age of five. Now when I put them to bed and go to bed myself what can anyone legally do to ensure that the child stays safe if it happens to wake and wander? The child could wander into the kitchen, climb the table, and fall off and then a parent would also be charged for child neglect because the child wasn't being supervised; the truth is, I'm not defending the method in use, but an answer to what is legal would be something to be debated; and may ultimately win this case for the defendants.
So,are you defending these adults? Sorry,for one thing,the mother of the 2 little girls is a drug addict.And she didn't even want these children.She dumped them off at a 60 some year old ladies home.Somewhere along the way this grandma went downhill.Even if this lady comes out and says she seen nothing wrong with would they did to that 3 yr.old is not true.She's NOT that dense in the head.Just plain LAZY!
Just think

Lawrenceburg, KY

#37 Oct 15, 2012
I just think everyone should follow this case and see how it turns out for ALL involved. Will they get punished in jail or just be sent to a medical facility where they will receive treatment,hot meals,clean rooms and be taken care of hand and foot? I admit it takes a crazy person or persons to do this to a child...However one or more of them knew exactly what they were doing! This baby suffered and they need to pay! This child needs everyone to be her voice! She needs a stable and loving enviroment to grow and flourish.
hail naw

Frankfort, KY

#38 Oct 15, 2012
nothing will happen to them,they will cry insanity and it will work.!!!! the poor little girl is probably so emotionally disturbed that she doesnt know or care where shes at. they will put them on probation and 6months supervised visitation. and sent home with the baby again.I guarantee this is what will happen. and thats totally ridiculos. they should NEVER be allowed to lay eyes on that child again. I'm still praying for her.!!!!
additude666

Lawrenceburg, KY

#40 Oct 15, 2012
Court tomorrow for these 3.They will be pleading "Not Guilty". When they all admitted to it.Sounds kind of fishy to me.
additude666

Lawrenceburg, KY

#41 Oct 16, 2012
16 hrs for real i think that is wrong! be a parent and teach your kids right from wrong and i believe that if your soo worried your child is gonna get up in the night maybe they should put chains on the door up top so the little girl cant reach and or a beeper that goes off when the door is opened 10 bucks at Walmart! sorry but I'm sure if you call 911 late at night saying that your child got up and got hurt you as a parent are responsible for the injuries doesn't mean neglect. you can not supervise when your asleep. also its called a child monitor you can hear everything that's going on in the room. Plus lets be truthful here THREE GROWN UPS MOTHER,FATHER AND GRANDMOTHER let that go on and when it comes down to it, it was Carolyn's house she could have stopped it at anytime if she felt it was wrong, if she couldn't handle it then she should have made the parents control there child or to get off there asses and get there own place. What a sad thing for such a little girl.
wondering

United States

#42 Oct 16, 2012
additude666 wrote:
16 hrs for real i think that is wrong! be a parent and teach your kids right from wrong and i believe that if your soo worried your child is gonna get up in the night maybe they should put chains on the door up top so the little girl cant reach and or a beeper that goes off when the door is opened 10 bucks at Walmart! sorry but I'm sure if you call 911 late at night saying that your child got up and got hurt you as a parent are responsible for the injuries doesn't mean neglect. you can not supervise when your asleep. also its called a child monitor you can hear everything that's going on in the room. Plus lets be truthful here THREE GROWN UPS MOTHER,FATHER AND GRANDMOTHER let that go on and when it comes down to it, it was Carolyn's house she could have stopped it at anytime if she felt it was wrong, if she couldn't handle it then she should have made the parents control there child or to get off there asses and get there own place. What a sad thing for such a little girl.
Has anyone heard how they did in court today?
arraignment

Elizabethtown, KY

#43 Oct 17, 2012
I believe it was only arraignment. It will be months or even a year before they see any punishment. Especially if they hire the right lawyer. The court system takes forever...
here you go

Shelbyville, KY

#44 Oct 17, 2012
arraignment wrote:
I believe it was only arraignment. It will be months or even a year before they see any punishment. Especially if they hire the right lawyer. The court system takes forever...
look at the anderson paper's website. they have the story about court.
additude666

Lawrenceburg, KY

#45 Oct 17, 2012
Actually wrote:
You see on the news quiet often, toddler leaving thier house and gets lost. Some kids just take off wondering.
But tied up for 18 hours is a long time. Even for a adult.
But the Grandmother is not guilty. She was lucky to have her home back. Probably afraid to say a word.
The Grandmother's husband died and somehow got put out of her own home by the kids. Anyone who knows this woman will vouch this. She is a good person.
The grandmother did NOT get put out of her home by HER kids.
additude666

Lawrenceburg, KY

#46 Oct 17, 2012
arraignment wrote:
I believe it was only arraignment. It will be months or even a year before they see any punishment. Especially if they hire the right lawyer. The court system takes forever...
I can't see any of them being able to HIRE a lawyer.

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