Punish Mother Accused of Feeding Child Bleach

Target: Curtis Hill, Attorney General of Indiana

Goal: Punish mother accused of feeding child bleach to ‘cure’ autism.

An Indiana mother has been arrested for allegedly lacing her daughter’s drinks with bleach, after which the girl was removed from her home for safety. According to her husband, the woman was reportedly seeking a cure for her daughter’s autism, despite no report given of how severe the symptoms were. The authorities are currently investigating the case more thoroughly.

This woman’s alleged actions are disgraceful. Despite the many strides made in society’s knowledge of the autism spectrum, too many people and a few organizations treat the condition like a disease when in reality, it is simply a developmental disorder. Parents or caretakers have killed their autistic children or charges for various reasons due to this misconception, while other parents treat autistic children as if they are ‘broken’ and unfit to function in society. This mindset is the crux of the anti-vaccination movement, and is overall extremely dangerous.

This mother’s reported desperation to ‘fix’ her child could have killed the girl had Child Protective Services not stepped in so quickly. No word has been given as to how the child fares, but regardless, her mother has been accused of a horrific crime. Sign this petition to demand this woman be made to face justice if found guilty.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Attorney General Hill,

A mother allegedly laced her autistic child’s drinks with bleach in an attempt to ‘cure’ her condition, for which she was arrested and the child was removed from the home. This is not only a deplorable act of alleged bad parenting and child abuse, but symptomatic of a greater problem in the way society still treats autism, despite the many strides made in our knowledge of the condition and its spectrum. Too many caretakers of autistic people have either tried to cure them by unethical means or flat-out killed them.

This woman could have killed her daughter had Child Protective Services not stepped in so quickly. Bleach is not safe for human consumption, much less for a small child, and there is no justification for trying to cure a condition that is not a disease. If this woman is found guilty, she must face justice and be punished as strongly as possible for her reported dangerous and ignorant actions. We cannot allow an example of society’s treatment of autism to walk away with merely a slap on the wrist.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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5 Comments

  1. ESTA MUJER NO PUEDE VOLVER A TENER NI UN SER VIVO BAJO SU CUSTODIA, SU ENFERMEDAD MENTAL Y SU IGNORANCIA NO JUSTIFICAN SU CRIMEN. LO QUE HIZO ES UN CRIMEN Y LA NIÑA NO PUEDE ESTAR NUNCA MÁS BAJO SU CARGO. LAS LEYES TIENEN QUE SER DETERMINANTES Y RADICALES. YO CREO QUE ESTE TIPO DE GENTE NI SIQUIERA TIENE DERECHO A LA DEFENSA!!!!

  2. pfff!!! I have no words to describe what I think of this sub-human… JAIL AND HANGING!

  3. pfff!!! I have no words to describe what I think of this sub-human… JAIL AND HANGING!

  4. i will not sign this petition. this stuff you call bleach, is a play on words. i have used this cure to great effect. it does not harm people. It is called MMS. Yes it does help to cure the condition called autism. the government does not want this cure to be known, because it makes too much money out of sick people. i have used this cure (MMS) to great effect. i would feed it to my kids!

  5. Gen Agustsson says:

    there is no cure for autism and it has to be stopped. stop curing autism now! autism acceptance not autism awareness.

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