Monday, August 21, 2017
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Physical Torture

Traditionally, all acts of violence towards children have been labeled "child abuse."  No longer.

If adults were victims of these acts, the perpetrator would be prosecuted for felony assault.  Yet, against the undeveloped minds and bodies of children, the level of brutality and torture remain a private family matter.

Review these categories

  • Use of Hands
  • Lethal Weapons
  • Guns
  • Vehicles
  • Fire & Heat
  • Retaliatory Subjugation
  • Pregnancy and Birthing as Torture
  • Withhold Basics of Life
  • Food Control
  • Acts of Physical Torture

Terrifying acts produce long-term or permanent damage to the body and mind of a child.  It can alter the core being of a child, who they were born to be.

Young minds lack the vocabulary needed to express exactly what happened.  Children lack the maturity to understand how and why their life was impacted.

Going further, if the child is not allowed to tell anyone about their trauma, they remain locked at the emotional age when the trauma took place.  At Private Family Matter, we call them a "chi-ult"  = A child whose body matures but whose thought process remains at the emotional age when the trauma took place.  This is because the child is never allowed to "tattle" or "tell" and subsequently they are left to believe whatever the perpetrator tells them.

Laws must be revised to identify levels of brutality and torture and mete out punishments for perpetrators equal to the crime and with regard for the age of the victim.

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