OK. So I came across a news article yesterday that sickened me to the point where I almost puked. A woman with Autism was held captive by a family of five and forced to live in a cage and eat her mother’s ashes. Um…first off, WHAT THE FUCK?! According to the article, a 42 year old woman was responsible for most of the abuse. She “forced the woman to do housework and yardwork for food and water”.
Apparently, the 22 year old girl who was held captive was originally housed in a shed, then eventually moved to a cage in the backyard. She had a mattress and a bucket to go to the bathroom in. The mattress was eventually taken away and she was forced to sleep in a tent in the cage. The family also threw human waste on the victim and beat her. The only time she was allowed out of the cage was to work.
I don’t know how sick or twisted my subscribers or readers are, but I can almost for sure guarantee they would NEVER do anything like this. Like, who in the holy fuck would do shit like this?! And why? Do they get a sick sense of gratification out of doing stuff like this? And where were the neighbors in all this? According to the article, the 22 year old victim screamed and yelled. How did nobody notice this?
This is one of the sickest article about Autism I have ever read. The only thing that could make this worse is one of two things…or both: If they fed the girl bleach enemas (this is a thing…a “cure” people use for Autism). OR if they killed the girl.
As for snorting ashes…I would expect this sort of thing from Keith Richards, but forcing someone to eat their family members’ ashes? That’s a one-way ticket to Hell in my book.
This poor girl has to live with this trauma for the rest of her life. You think she’s ever gonna live a “normal” life now? You think she can just say “Oh well. Shit happens” and move on with her life? My answer to that is a huge, resounding NO. This girl will have mental and possibly physical scars for the rest of her life.
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