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Sick. This is one of those cases where I believe the best punishment is to do to the parents what they did to their son. At the bare minimum, if the parents don't do some significant jail time, the justice system will have failed.
Without being unfair to others who homeschool, this is why people whose children don't attend a public (or private) school should be checked on monthly by some public agency.
Time and again, we read about parents who single out just one of several children they may have and starve them to death and/or beat them unmercifully. What gives with this unforgiving punishment? How do these parents manage to escape scrutiny? These parents seem to have a total lack of empathy, compassion or love in their souls. Somehow, we must strive to discover these maltreated children before they are ruined for life...or, simply, killed by the adlts who professed to care for them.
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