Skip to comments.Ontario police aware of hateful letter telling family to ‘euthanize’ autistic child
Posted on 08/20/2013 4:37:21 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows
Ontario police are aware of a disgusting letter that apparently sent to a woman caring for an autistic child by a woman neighbour who wanted the "wild animal kid" out of her neighbourhood, even if it meant killing the child.
The hateful letter was reportedly sent last week to a resident of Newcastle, Ont., just west of Toronto, who hosts her 13-year-old grandson, Max, during summer days.
Mother Karley Begley spoke with CityNews and broke down in tears as she tried to read the letter.
The letter was re-posted on Twitter by Lennon and Maisy, a young Ontario singing duo who also star on ABC's Nashville.
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Thanks to Gefn for the story.
Well isn’t that special. They are aware of the letter.
Typical Democrat “mother.” The suggestion to sell what “non-retarded” body parts he has was a nice touch, it really puts the whole thing in perspective.
You can rest easy now.
Local talk radio read the letter today on the way home from work. My skin crawled while listening to it..
Weirdly, that letter sounds to me as if it was written by a sleep deprived mother of multiple small children whose naptime is being disrupted.
My three youngest are 13 months apart, so once upon a time I was an uncharitable crazy lady with a newborn, a one year old and a two year old and no patience for the situations of others.
It was the happiest time of my life, but I am also sure that there was a two year period where I was mentally deranged more days than I care to admit.
first of all, this is sent by a man, not a woman...the “mother” deal is just to throw people off the track....
You caught that too, huh?
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