OK, ok….so it was a closet the child was locked in, but ‘hole’ just fit in better there. Anyway, the hairy hag up there is Heidi L. Duesing-Christensen, who has been arrested and charged with several felonies, including child abuse, neglect, enticement, and reckless endangerment.
It seems that Heidi has allegedly been tying up her five year old daughter, taping her mouth and other body parts (after administering adult doses of benadryl), and then locking the child in a closet. The poor child has also been starved. When she went to live with her father, she only weighed 30 lbs. (bottom 3% of the weight range for her age), and had scars, scabs, and bruises all over her body. Dad was good enough to report the slag who had abused his child, and a two-week investigation ensued, culminating with the arrest of this walking waste of flesh.
The egg donor claimed that she had to restrain the girl because she would throw ‘fits’ and was uncontrollable. She blamed the bruising and scabs on the girl as well, saying the injuries were caused when the child would throw herself against the floor and walls. I wonder how the child could throw herself against ANYTHING if she was tied up all the time. Oh, yeah….she didn’t. My bad. The birth-witch did it.
In addition to all of this, though, I would be remiss if I didn’t share the blame where it is warranted. Only after the girl was sent to live with her father did the child’s teacher mention that back in October she noticed discoloration over 50% of the child’s back, and extensive scabbing. Oh, and the little girl was also one of the few children who would consistently snarf down every morsel at lunch in school. That should have been a red flag right there. Any child who is willing to eat the mystery meat, AND all of the toxic trimmings served at your average public school, is either being starved, or has no taste buds. So lets hear it for the incompetence of the teacher as well. Isn’t there a law that says teachers are REQUIRED to report suspected abuse?
Most amazing of all is the fact that the child’s father says she has exhibited no behavior problems at all since moving in with him. Well, not really so amazing….I tend to think that the only behavior problems going on in the child’s former residence were most likely the ones exhibited by the incubator and her live-in boy-toy.
The hag faces up to 29 years if convicted on all charges, but has been released on $2,000.00 bail. She also has a charge of bail jumping against her, so I am guessing that they will now have to find the witch before they prosecute her. Way to go, judge and justice system.
Thanks go out to jake’s_daddy for this tip.