Assistant U.S. Attorney Mike Littlefield and Wife Dawn Charged with Abusing Their Two Kids

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mike-littlefield.jpgIn Muskogee, Okla. federal prosecutor Mike Littlefield, 57, and his wife, Dawn, 38, are charged with abusing their two children. Mike is accused hitting their 10-year-old son and beating their 17-year-old daughter. Dawn is charged with beating the daughter.

Last winter, Mike threw their daughter to the floor, pulled her hair, and beat her head against a metal bed frame. He also put his knee in her side and smashed her head against the floor. The girl was bruised about her head and body. In June and October 2006, Mike hit the boy about his face, back and body and left bruises.

dawn-littlefield.jpgEven though his wife Dawn was on probation for child abuse, he didn’t stop her from smacking their kids around. Dawn is charged with domestic abuse, assault and battery, second and subsequent offense for dragging the 17-year-old from the back to the front seat of a car and beating her hard enough to leave bruises. Great, a repeat offender.

Dawn’s attorney says it will become clear that neither of them have done anything that wasn’t in the best interest of their children. What a joke.

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  • Dawn Littlefield

    All charges against dawn Littlefield were dropped. The teen daughter was angry over family forbidding her from seeing a boy. Pictures taken every week and sometimes daily online told a different story.

    • dredrotten .

      People higher up the food chain in the USA dont have to face justice.Theres one law for them and another for the rest of us.As a case in point look at the Clintons,theyve been under investigation by the FBI non stop for at least the last 18 years for everything under the sun, including murders and Treason,yet nothing ever comes of any investigation.

  • dawn littlefield

    I am not supposed to comment..but, I am not an attorney, I am a mother who loves her children. Last year I pled guilty to get my kids home. My daughter admitted to lying after the fact because she was angry about not being able to see a boy(who is testifying on my behalf this time..over another boy)her head was not knocked into a bed frame(she is a black belt as I am-her dad is not)she had been cussing at me for hours and even turned on her little brother and I cant go into details because of the criminal case..but the statements of what happened are from my 17 year old daughter that you are reading in the papers and news)My life with my kids have been an open book with photos and video for 8 years.We dont pose photos..we just take them put them up with the puppies and my kids and our farm. My 10 year old is saying, like last year, my sissy gets mad when told no. Mike was trying to defend himself and I had to stepin and hold her back.He is not a black belt.Has no chance on touching either of us,unless she wants it to happen, he did not hit her, she hit and kicked him and I had a time and a half holding her.I am not arepeat defender, I just did not want my son out of the house for months going through trial. This time she leaves me no choice and I hate this has happened. My daughter is a wonderful girl and we usually have a wonderful relationship but over the last year she ran with a few kids that did not do her or us much good. Try to stop her from seeing them and..this is what happens. I will be happy to do full interviews after the case. I have been contacted by many news stations to comment and I wish I could. To my families who know me and the facts..thank you for your support

  • dawn littlefield

    I am not supposed to comment..but, I am not an attorney, I am a mother who loves her children. Last year I pled guilty to get my kids home. My daughter admitted to lying after the fact because she was angry about not being able to see a boy(who is testifying on my behalf this time..over another boy)her head was not knocked into a bed frame(she is a black belt as I am-her dad is not)she had been cussing at me for hours and even turned on her little brother and I cant go into details because of the criminal case..but the statements of what happened are from my 17 year old daughter that you are reading in the papers and news)My life with my kids have been an open book with photos and video for 8 years.We dont pose photos..we just take them put them up with the puppies and my kids and our farm. My 10 year old is saying, like last year, my sissy gets mad when told no. Mike was trying to defend himself and I had to stepin and hold her back.He is not a black belt.Has no chance on touching either of us,unless she wants it to happen, he did not hit her, she hit and kicked him and I had a time and a half holding her.I am not arepeat defender, I just did not want my son out of the house for months going through trial. This time she leaves me no choice and I hate this has happened. My daughter is a wonderful girl and we usually have a wonderful relationship but over the last year she ran with a few kids that did not do her or us much good. Try to stop her from seeing them and..this is what happens. I will be happy to do full interviews after the case. I have been contacted by many news stations to comment and I wish I could. To my families who know me and the facts..thank you for your support

  • Allie

    This is the kind of stuff i dont understand. If she was already on probabation for abusing the kids in the past why the hell was she even allowed to be around them unsupervised?

  • Allie

    This is the kind of stuff i dont understand. If she was already on probabation for abusing the kids in the past why the hell was she even allowed to be around them unsupervised?

  • Teresa

    Let’s hear it for whoever had the guts to investigate and then charge a federal prosecutor, of all people. I mean, that could be considered career poison for a lot of law enforcement officers and social workers. Good for them for sticking to their guns. Somebody’s taking the motto “to protect and serve” seriously. We need more people like them looking out for the kids. Too bad that the dad himself doesn’t.

  • Teresa

    Let’s hear it for whoever had the guts to investigate and then charge a federal prosecutor, of all people. I mean, that could be considered career poison for a lot of law enforcement officers and social workers. Good for them for sticking to their guns. Somebody’s taking the motto “to protect and serve” seriously. We need more people like them looking out for the kids. Too bad that the dad himself doesn’t.

  • NIKKI

    Uh yeah, smashing your daughter’s head on the floor is ALLWAYS in her best interest!!!!! I say lock ’em up….THAT would be in the best interest of the children!!!!

  • NIKKI

    Uh yeah, smashing your daughter’s head on the floor is ALLWAYS in her best interest!!!!! I say lock ’em up….THAT would be in the best interest of the children!!!!

  • http://www.onlinevideogallery.com sheena24

    i am feeling so bad and never belive on it. how parents beat their own children.i think never abuse your child without any reason.Always guide them in a polite and sweet manner. treat them like a best frds.

  • http://www.onlinevideogallery.com/ sheena24

    i am feeling so bad and never belive on it. how parents beat their own children.i think never abuse your child without any reason.Always guide them in a polite and sweet manner. treat them like a best frds.

  • alalee

    Hey, how about this: If someone charged with upholding the law (i.e., prosecutor) thinks it’s OK for him to commit a crime, how many people has he let off, pled down, or just not prosecuted even though there was reasonable evidence against them–birds of a feather and all that?

    If we can’t depend on someone whose responsiblity it is to uphold the law, how can we expect crimes to be punished? Why do we even have laws in the first place?

    “The Assistant United States Attorney’s main job is to present a set of facts to a judge or jury in a court of law and attempt to prove that an individual or company committed a crime.”

    And someone not automatically denying they did anything at all, just denying they did anything wrong: I would interpret this as an admission that he did commit the abuse, just that he thinks he is above the law and its remedies when he got caught.

  • alalee

    Hey, how about this: If someone charged with upholding the law (i.e., prosecutor) thinks it’s OK for him to commit a crime, how many people has he let off, pled down, or just not prosecuted even though there was reasonable evidence against them–birds of a feather and all that?

    If we can’t depend on someone whose responsiblity it is to uphold the law, how can we expect crimes to be punished? Why do we even have laws in the first place?

    “The Assistant United States Attorney’s main job is to present a set of facts to a judge or jury in a court of law and attempt to prove that an individual or company committed a crime.”

    And someone not automatically denying they did anything at all, just denying they did anything wrong: I would interpret this as an admission that he did commit the abuse, just that he thinks he is above the law and its remedies when he got caught.

  • http://rosemaryamey.ca Rosemary Amey

    The article talks about “inappropriate bruises”. What are appropriate bruises?!?!

  • http://rosemaryamey.ca/ Rosemary Amey

    The article talks about “inappropriate bruises”. What are appropriate bruises?!?!

  • http://jlpicard.blogspot.com/ Jean-Luc Picard

    I thought the interests of the children were paramount?

  • http://jlpicard.blogspot.com/ Jean-Luc Picard

    I thought the interests of the children were paramount?

  • Winter

    Whoa, since when is beating your kids in “their best interest”? Give me a break. These parents are in denial. I agree with carole, they deserve a taste of their own medicine.

  • Winter

    Whoa, since when is beating your kids in “their best interest”? Give me a break. These parents are in denial. I agree with carole, they deserve a taste of their own medicine.

  • carole gill

    How about doing “what’s in the parents best interest”, then? Along the lines of following their “logic.” That is, treating them EXACTLY as they treated their children?!

  • carole gill

    How about doing “what’s in the parents best interest”, then? Along the lines of following their “logic.” That is, treating them EXACTLY as they treated their children?!