Skip to comments.Chinese girl, 11, had mouth stitched up with fishing cord and head dipped in boiling water
Posted on 04/10/2014 8:54:40 AM PDT by MNDude
An 11-year-old girl found wandering alone and disoriented in China was the victim of horrifying abuse at the hands of her father, it has emerged. The young girl's mouth had been stitched up with fishing cord and her head submerged in boiling water, her skin had been pierced with sewing needles, and she had been hung upside down and beaten, according to reports. The girl, named as Xiao Li, who is now recovering in hospital, has scars all over her body and chunks of hair are missing from her scalded scalp.
Local news reports in China said the girl was talking to herself and occasionally shouting abuse at passersby when a man approached her on May 8. The man, named as Mr Fu, discovered the girl was missing hair and was covered in scars, a Sky News report said. Villagers told Mr Fu the girl's name was Xiao Li, and that she had suffered abuse at the hands of her father, named only as Yang.
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Hell is going to have an entire section of nothing but “parents”.....
Send her father to Texas where, as of yesterday, there’s an empty cell on death row, whose previous occupant was not a U.S. citizen, either.
Scores and scores of reports in recent years suggest that girls and women live like the lowliest of animals there.
In other words,this story doesn't surprise me in the least.
The key word here is "villagers." Out in the sticks, the Chinese peasants are still savage barbarians.
I would seriously love to quit my job and go headhunting lowlife pieces of shite like this so-called “father.” All they would find would be little pieces of charred Chinese goo. New Chinese dish...”So Ded Mo Fo.”
I pray that God holds her father to account...
Isn’t it great when all cultures are equally valued??? Yes we have abusers in the US. China on the other hand dislikes females and treats them accordingly
I am glad that the parent/parents of my China babies left them to be found in public places.
Some unwanted little ones end up in rivers and garbage piles.