This story, reported on The360Experiment.com, is every mother’s nightmare. Millions of children are harmed every single year by otherwise safe-looking adults, and this sometimes happens right under the nose of the parent.
If you are a single parent, please see this story as a wakeup call to be very protective of your kids. The man that you love may have a sexual appetite that extends to your children. The scariest part of it all is that many of these men appear to be safe.
Police we’ve spoken with who investigate crimes against children say that many of these cases occur in the homes of single mothers whose children are abused at the hands of their boyfriend. The problem could be even worse if your child is a teenage girl, with curves that might appeal to a man.
Another thing to consider is that most children who are abused never tell anyone. So, if this does happen to your child, there is a good chance that you will never know. So, protect your child by monitoring who is around them, and also teach them to communicate if someone does try to abuse them.
Whether you choose to set the abuser on fire is up to you. We can’t say that we recommend it, but we understand your frustration. But let’s first try some preventative measures so it doesn’t get to that point. No amount of fire is going to get rid of this woman’s pain, and she has to live with this for the rest of her life.
The story is below:
What would you do if you found out that your boyfriend or husband was having s*x with your child? This was the dilemma faced by a woman who claims that her husband was sleeping with her 7-year old daughter. Tatanysha Hedmon, a 40-year old woman in Washington, is now facing multiple charges for allegedl setting her husband on fire after finding out that he was molesting her daughter.
The woman was seen on camera at the gas station buying gasoline just a few hours before the incident took place. According to police, the woman doused her sleeping husband with gasoline and immediately lit a match. Surveillance video showed him going into a store asking for help after the fire had been put out.