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Quaden Bayles' Aunt Addresses False Conspiracy  Stories About Nephew's Age

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BillB

The world rallies behind Quaden: How famous faces from Hollywood to the White House came together to raise $500,000 for boy, nine, who was bullied for his dwarfism 

From Donald Trump's son to Billy Dib: How world reacted to Quaden Bayles' heartbreaking

A global outpouring of support followed the video going viral, which included Quaden (left) being invited to lead the teams out onto the field for Saturday's Indigenous All Stars rugby league exhibition game. US president Donald Trump's son Eric (top-right on right) has also spoken out about the video as an online fundraiser raised more than $500,000 to take the young boy to Disneyland. Cardi B (top-left on right), Warwick Davis (bottom-left on right), boxer Billy Dib (bottom-center on right), NBA star Enes Kanter (bottom-right on right) and Johnathan Thurston (top-center on right) have also shown their support.

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SteveB
a nine year old shouldn't even know how to commit suicide, this is not progress.

Tamster wrote:

'You think you're white because you ride with that white boy': Bullied black Alabama girl, 9, commits suicide after classmates taunted her for having a white friend and told her to 'kill yourself'

Alabama girl, 9, committed suicide after classmates taunted her for having white friend,

McKenzie Adams, 9, was found hanging in her Linden, Alabama, home by her grandmother after enduring racially-charged bullying over her friendship with a white boy. Her classmates would call her 'black b-tch' and tell her to 'kill yourself' because she would get rides with his family to school, her family says. 'She told me that this one particular child was writing her nasty notes in class,' McKenzie's mother said. 'It was just things you wouldn't think a nine-year-old should know.'

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BillB

'He should go die in the woods': Boy, 12, was 'hosed down like a half-naked animal' by grandmother and aunt before he was beaten to death on living room floor, documents show

Boy, 12, was 'forced to sit half naked and sprayed with hose' before family 'beat him to

Newly released texts reveal the horrifying treatment a 12-year-old Montana boy received from relatives before he was beaten to death on the living room floor last month. James 'Alex' Hurley (left), died February 3 and his grandparents, 47-year-old James Sasser Jr. (bottom right) and 48-year-old Patricia Batts (top right), as well as his 14-year-old uncle James Sasser III (not pictured) are charged with deliberate homicide. Hurley's 18-year-old aunt, Madison Sasser (top right), texted her boyfriend that the child should 'go die in the woods' and described him as 'a piece of (crap) off of my f**king shoe', the Billings Gazette reports. 

 
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EdithWatts
There are so many people in this world with sorrows more than I
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tammybarney

'He succumbed to the grief that he could not escape': Wife of Sandy Hook dad who killed himself pays tribute to her 'champion' and says he never got over the death of their six-year-old daughter in the massacre

Wife of Sandy Hook dad who took his own life this week pays tribute to him

Jennifer Hensel is paying tribute (inset) to her husband Jeremy Richman who took his own life on Monday (together right). Hensel says her husband Jeremy 'succumbed to the grief that he could not escape' after they lost their six-year-old daughter Avielle in the bloody Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in 2012 (parents and Avielle together left). The 49-year-old father was found dead in his Connecticut office building on Monday morning of an apparent suicide. 'Side by side since 1991, Jeremy and I walked a path of deep friendship, marriage, and parenthood...To parent our children without my champion shatters my heart and I will love my best friend forever,' Hensel wrote in a moving note in a GoFundMe page for Richman's funeral arrangements. The couple shared two other children and founded and ran violence prevention charity Avielle Foundation following the 2012 shooting.

Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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ThePlainTruth

Boy, 13, kills himself after being relentlessly bullied on the school bus - and his mother says no one tried to help him despite her countless calls and emails to get him help

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Michael Martin died in hospital on January 25, just two days after the eighth-grader attempted suicide at his home in Lansing, Michigan.

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RMM

A 10-year-old boy in Kentucky allegedly committed suicide because of the relentless bullying over his colostomy bag, according to reports.

Seven Bridges’ mother said she returned from the grocery store Saturday morning to find the fifth-grader hanged himself at the family’s home in Louisville, news station WHAS reported.

“I saw my son dead,” his mom, Tami Charles, told the news station. “That’s something in my head.”

Charles said Seven struggled with the bullies he encountered on the bus ride to Kerrick Elementary School, where he was taunted because of a bowel condition, news station WDRB reported.

The child was born with a medical defect that required him to undergo more than 26 surgeries and use a colostomy bag, his family said. Bullies reportedly often tormented him because of the smell from the condition.

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Tamster

'You think you're white because you ride with that white boy': Bullied black Alabama girl, 9, commits suicide after classmates taunted her for having a white friend and told her to 'kill yourself'

Alabama girl, 9, committed suicide after classmates taunted her for having white friend,

McKenzie Adams, 9, was found hanging in her Linden, Alabama, home by her grandmother after enduring racially-charged bullying over her friendship with a white boy. Her classmates would call her 'black b-tch' and tell her to 'kill yourself' because she would get rides with his family to school, her family says. 'She told me that this one particular child was writing her nasty notes in class,' McKenzie's mother said. 'It was just things you wouldn't think a nine-year-old should know.'

"Stand with anybody that stands RIGHT. Stand with him while he is right and PART with him when he goes wrong." --Abraham Lincoln
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Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable - a most sacred right - a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world.

Abraham Lincoln
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ThePlainTruth

Bodycam footage shows cops spent just three minutes searching for trapped 16-year-old while he was being crushed to death in the back seat of SUV - and dismissed his frantic 911 calls as a prank

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ThePlainTruth

Dispatcher who blamed frozen computer screen and not being able to hear for failing to get details that could have saved Ohio teen, 16, from being crushed to death by the seat of his van

Dispatcher couldn't hear teen in 911 call crushed in van in Ohio is on administrative

Amber Smith, top, has been identified as the 911 call taker who is on administrative leave over her handling of a call by a teen who was crushed to death by a folding seat in his minivan in Cincinnati on Tuesday. Smith, who has previously been commended for her work, took one of Kyle Plush's (inset) fateful calls to 911 and was placed on administrative leave when an internal review found she failed to adequately assist the teen and obtain information that could have saved his life. Bottom: A graphic shows how Plush died after falling beneath the seat in a freak accident as he tried to reach his tennis equipment.

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BillB

'If you don't send help I'm gonna die soon': Heartbreaking audio is released of 16-year-old's calls to 911 as he was slowly crushed to death in his van, after telling the operator to let his mom know he loved her

911 calls of teen who was crushed to death in van

 Distressing 911 calls reveal how Kyle Push pleaded with a dispatcher to send help while he was slowly crushed under the third row bench seat of his van. The teenager was found dead Tuesday evening in Madisonville, Ohio, more than six hours after he first called police for help. The high school student first called 911 at 3.14pm, saying he was trapped in his van in the school parking lot and to send help immediately. He made his second call at 3.35pm, growing more desperate and his speech more labored. 'Help, help, help. I'm suck in my van outside the Seven Hills parking lot. Help. I need help,' Plush says. 'If you don't send help I'm gonna die soon,' Plush says, before the call cuts off. On Thursday, Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said something went 'terribly wrong' in the police response to Plush's 911 calls. The operator who answered his second call, identified as Amber Smith, has been placed on administrative leave, for not relaying the boy's call to officers.

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tammybarney
VERY SAD STORY:

'Somebody killed my mommy': Tearful 911 call from a seven-year-old boy reveals the moment the child found his mother's body after 'she and her brother were shot dead by her ex-boyfriend'

Call from boy reveals the moment child found his mother's body

The audio of a 911 call has revealed the moment a seven-year-old boy found his mother's body after she was shot dead alongside her brother in 2016. Brenda Kenison and her brother, Danny Kenison (right), were both found dead in their Spokane, Washington, home in August 2016. 'Somebody killed my mommy,' Brenda's terrified son, Cooper (left with his mother), is heard telling a 911 dispatcher shortly after the Kenison siblings were gunned down. Brenda's ex-boyfriend was arrested and charged with the murders a day after their bodies were found. Delgado (left inset), 46, was described as a violent felon who was released from an Idaho prison in October 2015, according to Idaho prison records. He is currently being held in jail on $1million bond. His trial in the double-murder is expected to begin in October.

Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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ThePlainTruth

Girl, 22, is diagnosed with rare childhood Alzheimer's that usually strikes at birth and has a life expectancy of 10 - as her mother battles stage 4 cancer

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Abby Wallis, 22, of Houston, Texas was diagnosed with Sanfilippo Syndrome in 2017. The disease, which leads to brain cell death, kills most children before they reach the age of 10.

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tammybarney

Cancer-stricken girl, five, dies after being pictured in that heart-wrenching viral photo showing her terminally-ill grandfather crying as he said goodbye

Cancer-stricken girl pictured in viral photo dies

Braylynn Lawhon (right), the five-year-old Florida girl battling an aggressive and untreatable form of brian cancer, has died. Her story went viral after her mother, Ally Parker, posted a photo showing her terminally-ill father, Sean Peterson (right), crying as he said goodbye to her. Peterson suffers from ALS and bone marrow cancer. The family said in a Facebook post t

Tammy Barney

2 Chronicles 7:14                

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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BobBarney

Heartbreaking moment cancer boy, nine, cradled his baby sister just hours before he died after vowing to live long enough to meet her and telling his parents: 'You can only cry for 20 minutes' 

Bailey Cooper pictured holding sister day before he died

A nine-year-old boy died of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma on Christmas Eve after vowing to stay alive to hold his newborn sister (left and right). Bailey Cooper (in all pictures), from Bristol, England, told parents (inset): 'You're only allowed to cry for 20 minutes.' The day before he died he was pictured holding his sister Millie in his arms.

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TomKnight

So sad...... God help them

'In a few days I'll have to bury this beautiful girl... then I will have to bury my father': Mom shares heartbreaking photo of her terminally-ill dad sobbing next to her cancer-ridden daughter, 5, after finding out they will die within weeks of each other

Heartbreaking photograph of childhood cancer in Florida

Ally Parker, whose five-year-old daughter is fighting a losing battle against an aggressive form of brain cancer, uploaded a gut-wrenching photo to Facebook on Sunday showing her father, Sean Peterson (right), wailing by his granddaughter's hospital bed. Peterson suffers from a motor neuron disease that has left him voiceless, but the sheer expression of agony on his face conveys a pain the whole Pensacola, Florida family is forced to endure. On December 6, Braylynn Lawhon (left) was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma - the most deadly form of brain cancer which has no cure and no survival rate.

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Tamster
Feb. 12) -- A central Florida woman was shot and killed in her workplace by a stalker just one week after a judge denied her request for an emergency order of protection against the man, authorities said.

Alissa Blanton, 23, worked with her husband at an AT&T call center near the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

When the couple returned to work from lunch Monday, they headed for their separate workstations. Shortly thereafter, Blanton was confronted by Roger Troy, 61, who had allegedly been pursuing her for two years, police said.

Blanton called her husband and asked for assistance, police say. Brent Blanton hurried to his wife's desk but was unable to reach her in time.
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Alissa Blanton, 23, said she quit her job as a waitress to get away from a customer. The man stalked her over the next two years and finally killed her at her new workplace, police said.

"The suspect came armed with the firearm and shot her multiple times, and then, we believe, he turned the gun on himself and shot himself," Orange County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Susan Soto told news8.net.

The horrific shooting was detailed in several phone calls that Blanton's terrified co-workers made to police.

"I was driving into work, parking my vehicle, and I saw this gentleman shooting this woman several times. Then I ducked my head because I didn't want him to see me and shoot me. And then it looks like he probably shot himself, because he's lying on the ground next to her," said one female caller.

"We heard shots. I saw someone fall to the ground," said another caller.

Brent Blanton also placed a call to 911. In it, he is heard anxiously talking to his wife as she lay bleeding on the ground.

"Baby, I love you. Keep breathing. Oh my God. Come on, baby!" he said.

Paramedics transported Blanton to a local hospital, where she later died. Troy was pronounced dead at the scene.

Calls for comment from the Orange County Sheriff's Department were not immediately returned, but in the aftermath of Monday's shooting, Soto summed up the events.

In a request for an order of protection, Blanton said Troy had been stalking her for the past two years. The two first met when she worked as a waitress at a Hooters restaurant in Merritt Island, Fla. Troy, a Cocoa Beach, Fla., businessman and regular customer, allegedly began harassing her on a regular basis. She said she turned down his requests for her phone number but eventually relented and provided him with her e-mail address.

Blanton said that at one point her boss had to get involved because Troy kept attempting to hug her and would follow her to her car when her shift ended.

"He has said several times that he spent so much money there and on me, and he doesn't deserve to be treated this way," she wrote in her complaint. "After this incident, he stopped sitting in my section, and the e-mails started about how terrible I am and all about an ex-boyfriend I was dating."

The alleged harassment continued. In 2008, Blanton, in desperation, quit her job just to get away from Troy. That failed to end her torment, she said.

"I moved to Orlando to be closer to a new job, and he began showing up there and e-mailing about seeing me," she wrote. "I reported it. Then I got married and moved back to Brevard County, and letters are coming and stalking here also."

In one e-mail, Troy expressed anger at Blanton because she had recently gotten married.

"What in the hell is wrong with you? My payment for caring about a young woman and how she screwed up her life," Troy wrote in one of the e-mails included in her request for an order of protection.

In other e-mails, he allegedly called Blanton a "tramp" and a "whore" and made comments about her weight.

"You are the poster girl for 'beauty is only skin deep,'" reads one of the e-mails.

Despite Blanton's 72-page petition, Brevard County Circuit Judge John Dean Moxley was not convinced that the situation was dire. Last week, he denied her request for emergency protection.

Following the shooting, Moxley told the Orlando Sentinel he had not been able to determine whether Troy's actions met the legal definition of stalking.

"As a judge you have to follow the law. You're not omniscient. God bless her soul," he said.

Moxley is now under review by the Judicial Qualifications Commission.

But even if the judge had granted her request, it's unlikely a protection order would have saved Blanton's life, said Houston crime victims' advocate Andy Kahan.

"They are only as good as the person who wants to honor it," Kahan told AOL News. "Other than that, the reality is, it's merely words on a piece of paper. If someone does not want to abide by it, then a protective order is not going to stop someone from achieving their goal."

Kahan says stalking is a serious offense that can ultimately lead to sexual assault, kidnapping or, as in this case, murder.

"There is no universal way for dealing with these types of cases," Kahan said. "Each case has to be looked at it on its own merit."

While protective orders are not always effective, Kahan said they are necessary and important tools.

"Victims need to keep making reports, get it on the record and don't ignore it," Kahan said. "It's important for victims to get a protective order for law enforcement purposes. If a person does begin stalking and harassing them, it gives law enforcement the leverage they need to take action."

Meanwhile, memorial services are being planned for Blanton in Florida and in her hometown of De Soto, Mo.

"It's too hard to accept that someone could hurt someone like that in such a horrible, horrible, horrible way," her best friend, Kayce D'Alessandro, told Fox News. "She was a complete and utter sweetheart. ... She was very shy, but at the same time, outgoing. She loved to dance, she loved to sing, she loved art."

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"Stand with anybody that stands RIGHT. Stand with him while he is right and PART with him when he goes wrong." --Abraham Lincoln
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Any people anywhere, being inclined and having the power, have the right to rise up, and shake off the existing government, and form a new one that suits them better. This is a most valuable - a most sacred right - a right, which we hope and believe, is to liberate the world.

Abraham Lincoln
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