Skip to comments.Man allegedly locked girl in kennel
Posted on 02/09/2005 7:48:01 PM PST by Rakkasan1
St. Paul - A man who allegedly put a 13-year-old girl in a dog kennel for days at a time, hit her, read her diary, and strip searched her, was charged this week with unreasonable restraint of a child.
Eric Bare, 42, of St. Paul, admitted to child protection workers that he did lock the teenager in the kennel on two different occasions, once for three consecutive days, and once for seven consecutive days. Bare said that he "fixed up the kennel nice" and that it was "a suitable temporary living arrangement."
Bare is not the girl's father, but she called him dad, according to charges.
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Bare said that he "fixed up the kennel nice" and that it was "a suitable temporary living arrangement."
So basically, he feels he did nothing wrong.
Okay, that's it, I'm calling for the DePe.
Any idea as to why this girl was treated this way?
I have no idea. But no 13 year old deserves to be locked up in a Kennel and stripped searched.
This man was her mother's "LIVE IN Boyfriend." What type of people with children have LIVE IN bOyfriends?
Why? Don't rationalize evil.
Phew! For a brief moment, I thought your screen name said "kennel."
"Kennel" was already taken, so I settled for the name of a falcon.
Mothers who take in a live-in boyfriend increase their kids' risk of being abused by something like 50 times.
A woman has to be a blithering idiot to shack up with her kids still in the house.
"fixed up the kennel nice"
This guy is insane! He's gonna "get fixed up real nice" too if he ends up in prison instead of the loony bin. And what was w/ this girl's mother.
Some women are so selfish they cannot handle being alone and they are willing to subject their children to all sorts of abuse just to have a man in the bedroom.
This woman should be locked up too.
this isn't molestation???
So a woman who has been divorced through no fault of her own, is expected to spend the rest of her life alone Just because she has children?
I plan on doing just that...at least until my youngest is 18 years old...but it is unfair for the world to expect it!
No, not for the rest of your life. BUT, when a woman has children, yes, she is not to have her love life at home with the kids. The children come first, her needs, second, until they are grown and out of the house. I commend you for choosing the latter. And, yes, the world should expect it. That's what's wrong with our society today - to much me, me, me - at the expense of kids.
to much = too much
"No, not for the rest of your life. BUT, when a woman has children, yes, she is not to have her love life at home with the kids." -JackiButterfly
Every parent regardless of the situation has a God given responstibility to their kids. The parent is obligated to protect the child even if the abuse is coming from a spouse or natural parent, much less a live in boyfriend.
The Biblical model is that you get married, you don't commit fornication. But even given that they are living together, they still have an obligation to love each other and love those children.
Anything less than a failure to love is sin.
Hopefully this nut will soon get to experience being locked up in a small space for himself.