I Love The Nancy Grace Show, But I Don’t Think I Can Watch Anymore:(
Sorry Nancy, The Stories Have Gotten Too Gruesome For me!
The last few weeks on Nancy Grace, it’s been pretty much all about, child abuse, and babysitters, even parents, murdering their own kids, and I just can’t stand watching it anymore. What mom who actually loves and adores their children, can stomach such stories?
It really is sickening, to think God would give such disgusting people, the gift of a child, only to have that child suffer so badly. That is not right, and maddening, especially to those of us who tried desperately for children, and for those out there with empty arms, who’d give anything to be a mother, it’s unfathomable.
Last night, I was in tears, over the story of a mother who , (Of course must use the word allegedly, but yeah right, on this one, pretty clear cut here, but legally, got to say it), she allegedly, locked 4 out of 5 of her children in a closet that was about 6 feet wide like only a foot or two deep, and there were other things in the closet, meaning clothing, etc., so you can only imagine right?
Apparently, she had done this before, and this monster mom, used twin mattresses to keep her kids in the closet, so they couldn’t break free. Her name is Edyan Farah, and deserves a fate beyond anything I could conjure up in my mind, honestly.
Bad enough if this was her horrendous idea of a 2 minute ‘Time out’, which none of us, would ever think of doing, inside of a closet. That would behorrible enough, but no…she locked those babies, ages 3-7, inside that closet for over 10 hours time, and two of the 4 children, were dead by the time mommy finally opened up the door. How could you ever live with yourself after that? Imagine that poor 7 year old child who had to watch her 3 and 4 year old, brother and sister, DIE.
This mom took the lives of two kids, HER OWN kids, and ruined the lives of the others, and why? So many people want kids, if you don’t want your babies, not only stop having them (5?), give them up for adoption, to someone who would love, and properly care for them. There is no need for this type of torture! These stories make me literally ill.
She isn’t even being charged with Murder, (Not yet anyhow), because they say, she maybe didn’t set out to kill her kids, but who cares? I thought if you do something that leads to the eventual death of another person, that still is considered murder nonetheless, and that should be the case here, in my honest opinion.
Had she not done what she did, those two kids would be alive. It isn’t an accident, that the closet door closed on them, and the mattresses, didn’t accidentally fall in front of the door, locking them in, and God only knows how many times she did this. UGH, so disgusting.
Then a couple of weeks back, they showed a sitter/ nanny (Whatever you want to call her, I know what I would like to call her), was caught on a nanny cam, beating this poor 11 month old, defenseless child, and she had references, and wasn’t a child herself, by far. She was an older woman, maybe in her late 60’s or something like that. Who can you trust? It’s so very scary!
That video made me want to vomit, I can only imagine how the parents felt watching it. I don’t care if you are 11 months old, or 11 years old, that abuse is going to scar you for life. Poor, poor, little boy!
There will be some effects, even if the child turns out alright physically, which is amazing based on what I saw, emotionally, there will be ramifications, this baby did not deserve. Nancy kept replaying it, to the point where I had to finally turn it off, but I just don’t see why there are so many of these horror stores lately?
(Photo of victim 2yo Zeyda White. Murderer not named, or photographed, due to age).
An 11 year old baby sitter beat a baby to death. An 11 year old? Yes, I watched children myself at that young of an age, and I clearly remember having a 12 year old sitter when my parents went out, but that was back in the 70’s, ethrough the mid 80’s, and even now I question my parent’s judgement on allowing a 12 yr old, to watch their 2 children, and to me, I was mature and fully capable, in my mind, and all, but now in hindsight, at the age that I am now…I can clearly see, that I was a baby to, at that time.
I had people trust me with their young babies, when I was still one myself, and I never would have touched a hair on one of their heads, but I wouldn’t let a 16 year old watch my babies, no way. That is still too young for me. I’ll take 21 and up, and you still got to be wary (Hence the previous story). I’d even nanny cam my own mother, in this day and age. You just can never be too careful. It’s so sad really.
What went down in the 70’s and 80’s, is not normal now. 11, 12 years old, is far too young to watch children alone. Maybe be a mother’s helper, with the mother home, but never on their own.
I mean I remember when my mom used to leave me in the car and run into the bank or super market for 20 minutes or so, and that wasn’t abnormal, or criminal back then, but if you think about the things that can and do happen to children, when they are left alone, it is a wonder how that was ok even back then.
Granted the horror stories of monster moms, dad, and baby sitters are increasing through the decades, it still seems not right, even back in that day, but parents were more trusting then, but still bad things did happen. I don’t let my 14 year old stay at home alone with his siblings, or by himself. Is that weird? It doesn’t feel so. Sheesh. Maybe at 16…MAYBE, but I don’t know, you’d have to check back with me in 2 years time, to get my thoughts then!!
OH and the Susan Smith wannabe, loser, Leatrice Brewer, who suffocated her two little boys very recently, before rolling her car into a lake. If she was suicidal, which would never ever fly, but what she claims. Go kill your worthless self, don’t dare touch your babies, and then you live to tell the tale. I don’t believe anyone just snaps like this, nor do I believe any mental defense can save such people, I just think they are plain and simple, animals, without emotion, the capacity to love, feel, and are narcissists in the worst way possible.
How do you go on after that? HOW? I’d likely throw myself off of a cliff, if the thought even entered my mind for a second, but I guess like everybody reading this, I’m just a normal person, who actually loves my children.
Oh, and then there was this off the wall story, about a couple who tried to sell their baby at Walmart, in the parking lot for $25! NO LIE $25, was the price on this little child’s head. How can you do something like that? I don’t care what kind of drugs you are addicted to. No one could buy a child of mine for 100 billion dollars. They are beyond priceless to me. Imagine how that child will feel when they grow up, and hear what their own parents tried to do to her? Sickening.
Patrick Fousek & Samantha Tomasuni, were the bastards, behind this intelligent plot! 🙄
SHAME ON YOU!
It’s really getting harder and harder to watch. Ever since that Casey Anthony story, which completely rocked my world, to the point where I was watching every day, I got completely enveloped in the story, because this horrible mother, (Who is convicted in my book..sorry, but this one, I give no benefit of the doubt to, after all of the facts were laid out, over the months that I watched), all I kept thinking was how many of us, would have loved to have taken that sweet little girl in?
And if you feel like you are still too young to be a mom, and need to party hardy, give the child up to someone who wants it, hand her to family, and say I can’t do it…ANYTHING, but what this murderous piece of dog s%it, pardon my french, but I hate her, did to that beautiful little girl, has earned her a special place in hell, where she won’t be living ‘The good life’, as per the tattoo she got, right after her child went ‘Missing’..AKA, after she killed her in cold blood.
What is going on in this world? There is support all around, for those who need it, why don’t they reach out? Why do they harm life’s most precious commodities, when their job is to protect them. Motherhood isn’t a right, it’s a gift!
I believe after much thought, about the charity I will donate to, will be one for victims of child abuse and neglect. The upcoming photo contest, a portion will go to a charity in this arena, and I found this one, that looks quite worthy. (Link is listed below, in case you want to view, or even donate yourself, if you can! I’m sure they would really appreciate it).
In a world of feeling helpless, there is SOMETHING we can still do. Fight to prevent such tragic stories. I wish I had a lot of money so I could help out more, this makes me sick to my stomach, and so anything I can do, will be done, but I think since 99% of the stories have been about this lately, my heart can’t take it.
Sorry Nancy, I’m going to have to resign for awhile, on watching your show, because it’s too gut wrentching for us mothers to watch. Gets me far too emotional!
Fight Against Child Abuse
Sorry, I know this isn’t about life with twins, or anything close, but it’s something that I went to bed with, on my mind last night, and felt compelled to get out of my system, through writing. Thanks for reading!!