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Dec 2, 2019 00:48:28   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
Teacher Jailed for Slapping Autistic Kid after He Soiled Himself
ChinaWire

A teacher at a nursery in China has been caught on camera savagely slapping a two-year-old autistic boy in the face after he allegedly soiled himself.

The educator from the city of Guangzhou also hit, force-fed and swore at multiple toddlers regularly for months, a court has said.

The teacher, known by her surname Li, has been jailed for six months.

The footage was filmed earlier this year at a nursery in the district of Nansha in Guanghzou, the provincial capital of Guangdong.

It was first uploaded to the Chinese social media platforms in July after a former teacher at the centre had leaked it to the toddler's aunt.

The video shows a child dressed in yellow being forcibly snatched by the arm and then slapped several times by a woman dressed in white.

The woman can be heard shouting 'you have cried for a long time, you are so annoying' as she hits the boy.

'I felt heartbroken when I saw my nephew being beaten like this,' said the child's devastated aunt who is also his guardian.

'When I enrolled him into the centre, I told the teachers immediately that my nephew was different from other children,' the aunt added as she spoke to a reporter from Guangdong Radio and Television Station in July.

She said she had been confused by the fact that her nephew would start crying as soon as she told him to go to the nursery.

'After I watched the video, I understood why,' she noted.

She did not explain where the boy's parents were.

The video was sent to the boy's aunt by a former teacher at the centre, who said she was 'shocked', 'petrified' and 'terrified' by Li's behaviour.

The whistle-blower, known as Yang, told the station: '[I] tried to advise her [not to beat the children]. She always dodged my questions and then stopped talking to me.'

The attacking teacher, Li, reportedly admitted to beating the autistic toddler. She said she was enraged after the child had soiled his pants and smeared his faeces 'everywhere'.

Li also claimed that Yang was her ex-subordinate. She said that Yang leaked the footage because she had fired her.

The clip has caused an uproar on social media, with many users lambasting the teacher for her appalling actions.

One user, named SAFL, wrote in a post on popular website Sohu: 'It is really deplorable that a teacher has done such a thing, and the child is even an autistic child.'

Li was arrested a week after the video went viral.

She was recently found guilty of abusing individuals under her care and sentenced to six months in prison in a first trial.

The court said that Li abused at least five children, aged between one and three, while working at the centre between April and June.

Li has also been banned from working with young children for five years after serving the prison term.

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Dec 2, 2019 01:42:28   #
JW
 
[quote=Canuckus Deploracus]Teacher Jailed for Slapping Autistic Kid after He Soiled Himself
ChinaWire

A teacher at a nursery in China has been caught on camera savagely slapping a two-year-old autistic boy in the face after he allegedly soiled himself.

The educator from the city of Guangzhou also hit, force-fed and swore at multiple toddlers regularly for months, a court has said.

The teacher, known by her surname Li, has been jailed for six months.

The footage was filmed earlier this year at a nursery in the district of Nansha in Guanghzou, the provincial capital of Guangdong.

It was first uploaded to the Chinese social media platforms in July after a former teacher at the centre had leaked it to the toddler's aunt.

The video shows a child dressed in yellow being forcibly snatched by the arm and then slapped several times by a woman dressed in white.

The woman can be heard shouting 'you have cried for a long time, you are so annoying' as she hits the boy.

'I felt heartbroken when I saw my nephew being beaten like this,' said the child's devastated aunt who is also his guardian.

'When I enrolled him into the centre, I told the teachers immediately that my nephew was different from other children,' the aunt added as she spoke to a reporter from Guangdong Radio and Television Station in July.

She said she had been confused by the fact that her nephew would start crying as soon as she told him to go to the nursery.

'After I watched the video, I understood why,' she noted.

She did not explain where the boy's parents were.

The video was sent to the boy's aunt by a former teacher at the centre, who said she was 'shocked', 'petrified' and 'terrified' by Li's behaviour.

The whistle-blower, known as Yang, told the station: '[I] tried to advise her [not to beat the children]. She always dodged my questions and then stopped talking to me.'

The attacking teacher, Li, reportedly admitted to beating the autistic toddler. She said she was enraged after the child had soiled his pants and smeared his faeces 'everywhere'.

Li also claimed that Yang was her ex-subordinate. She said that Yang leaked the footage because she had fired her.

The clip has caused an uproar on social media, with many users lambasting the teacher for her appalling actions.

One user, named SAFL, wrote in a post on popular website Sohu: 'It is really deplorable that a teacher has done such a thing, and the child is even an autistic child.'

Li was arrested a week after the video went viral.

She was recently found guilty of abusing individuals under her care and sentenced to six months in prison in a first trial.

The court said that Li abused at least five children, aged between one and three, while working at the centre between April and June.

Li has also been banned from working with young children for five years after serving the prison term.[/quote]

Much too light...

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Dec 2, 2019 03:28:19   #
Kevyn
 
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Dec 2, 2019 03:31:32   #
Kevyn
 
Ridiculous to call this Yang woman a whistleblower, in Trumpistan she would be called a snitch, spy or traitor and the abuse of the children ignored for the far more grave offense of reporting the abuse.

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Dec 2, 2019 03:39:06   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
Kevyn wrote:
Ridiculous to call this Yang woman a whistleblower, in Trumpistan she would be called a snitch, spy or traitor and the abuse of the children ignored for the far more grave offense of reporting the abuse.


That's your takeaway?

I have been trying to inject some news that wasn't Trump centric

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Dec 2, 2019 04:00:37   #
Kevyn
 
Canuckus Deploracus wrote:
That's your takeaway?

I have been trying to inject some news that wasn't Trump centric


There should be a special place in hell for those who abuse children. The fact that the child has special needs and the woman chose a career where she is supposed to be enriching their lives makes it even worse. In the US, Canada and Europe it has recently come out that entire institutions run by churches and state and provincial governments systematically abused children in their care ranging from beatings and sexual molestation up to and including murder. Church orphanages in Ireland, re-education camps for First Nations children in Canada and a Reform school for boys of color in Florida. Places and institutions providing services to kids should be tightly regulated and heavily inspected with no notice. And when adults are caught committing these crimes they should be locked up for good.

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Dec 2, 2019 04:18:34   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
Kevyn wrote:
There should be a special place in hell for those who abuse children. The fact that the child has special needs and the woman chose a career where she is supposed to be enriching their lives makes it even worse. In the US, Canada and Europe it has recently come out that entire institutions run by churches and state and provincial governments systematically abused children in their care ranging from beatings and sexual molestation up to and including murder. Church orphanages in Ireland, re-education camps for First Nations children in Canada and a Reform school for boys of color in Florida. Places and institutions providing services to kids should be tightly regulated and heavily inspected with no notice. And when adults are caught committing these crimes they should be locked up for good.
There should be a special place in hell for those ... (show quote)


I agree

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Dec 2, 2019 09:59:11   #
TexaCan Loc: Heart in W Texas - feet on the beach in Al.
 
Kevyn wrote:
Ridiculous to call this Yang woman a whistleblower, in Trumpistan she would be called a snitch, spy or traitor and the abuse of the children ignored for the far more grave offense of reporting the abuse.


Instead of feeling the pain of these abused children and anger towards the actions of this evil woman, as your first thought you display your true egotistical personality by revealing your obsessive TDS! This displays your selfishness of only being concerned with your agenda of destroying this President by “pulling” him into any given situation that you can use to discredit him!

It must be very tiring for you and other liberals who continually spend your days and nights posting hate filled comments against our President, Christians and conservatives ........And heaven help the Democrats that are seeing past the manipulations and the lies of the liberals in Washington!

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Dec 3, 2019 06:09:06   #
Tug484
 
[quote=Canuckus Deploracus]Teacher Jailed for Slapping Autistic Kid after He Soiled Himself
ChinaWire

A teacher at a nursery in China has been caught on camera savagely slapping a two-year-old autistic boy in the face after he allegedly soiled himself.

The educator from the city of Guangzhou also hit, force-fed and swore at multiple toddlers regularly for months, a court has said.

The teacher, known by her surname Li, has been jailed for six months.

The footage was filmed earlier this year at a nursery in the district of Nansha in Guanghzou, the provincial capital of Guangdong.

It was first uploaded to the Chinese social media platforms in July after a former teacher at the centre had leaked it to the toddler's aunt.

The video shows a child dressed in yellow being forcibly snatched by the arm and then slapped several times by a woman dressed in white.

The woman can be heard shouting 'you have cried for a long time, you are so annoying' as she hits the boy.

'I felt heartbroken when I saw my nephew being beaten like this,' said the child's devastated aunt who is also his guardian.

'When I enrolled him into the centre, I told the teachers immediately that my nephew was different from other children,' the aunt added as she spoke to a reporter from Guangdong Radio and Television Station in July.

She said she had been confused by the fact that her nephew would start crying as soon as she told him to go to the nursery.

'After I watched the video, I understood why,' she noted.

She did not explain where the boy's parents were.

The video was sent to the boy's aunt by a former teacher at the centre, who said she was 'shocked', 'petrified' and 'terrified' by Li's behaviour.

The whistle-blower, known as Yang, told the station: '[I] tried to advise her [not to beat the children]. She always dodged my questions and then stopped talking to me.'

The attacking teacher, Li, reportedly admitted to beating the autistic toddler. She said she was enraged after the child had soiled his pants and smeared his faeces 'everywhere'.

Li also claimed that Yang was her ex-subordinate. She said that Yang leaked the footage because she had fired her.

The clip has caused an uproar on social media, with many users lambasting the teacher for her appalling actions.

One user, named SAFL, wrote in a post on popular website Sohu: 'It is really deplorable that a teacher has done such a thing, and the child is even an autistic child.'

Li was arrested a week after the video went viral.

She was recently found guilty of abusing individuals under her care and sentenced to six months in prison in a first trial.

The court said that Li abused at least five children, aged between one and three, while working at the centre between April and June.

Li has also been banned from working with young children for five years after serving the prison term.[/quote]


She has no business even being around children.
It would be hard to keep from punching her .

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Dec 3, 2019 08:58:27   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
Tug484 wrote:
She has no business even being around children.
It would be hard to keep from punching her .


Sadly, I have been in the position where I wanted to punch a kindergarten teacher...

Settled for making a video and getting her fired...

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Dec 3, 2019 13:57:43   #
Peewee Loc: San Antonio, TX
 
Kevyn wrote:
There should be a special place in hell for those who abuse children. The fact that the child has special needs and the woman chose a career where she is supposed to be enriching their lives makes it even worse. In the US, Canada and Europe it has recently come out that entire institutions run by churches and state and provincial governments systematically abused children in their care ranging from beatings and sexual molestation up to and including murder. Church orphanages in Ireland, re-education camps for First Nations children in Canada and a Reform school for boys of color in Florida. Places and institutions providing services to kids should be tightly regulated and heavily inspected with no notice. And when adults are caught committing these crimes they should be locked up for good.
There should be a special place in hell for those ... (show quote)


Two days in a row I have agreed with a post of yours. Well done and keep it up! You'd make a great child advocate, I think you missed your calling when you got into politics.

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Dec 3, 2019 16:38:35   #
Lt. Rob Polans ret.
 
[quote=Canuckus Deploracus]Teacher Jailed for Slapping Autistic Kid after He Soiled Himself
ChinaWire

A teacher at a nursery in China has been caught on camera savagely slapping a two-year-old autistic boy in the face after he allegedly soiled himself.

The educator from the city of Guangzhou also hit, force-fed and swore at multiple toddlers regularly for months, a court has said.

The teacher, known by her surname Li, has been jailed for six months.

The footage was filmed earlier this year at a nursery in the district of Nansha in Guanghzou, the provincial capital of Guangdong.

It was first uploaded to the Chinese social media platforms in July after a former teacher at the centre had leaked it to the toddler's aunt.

The video shows a child dressed in yellow being forcibly snatched by the arm and then slapped several times by a woman dressed in white.

The woman can be heard shouting 'you have cried for a long time, you are so annoying' as she hits the boy.

'I felt heartbroken when I saw my nephew being beaten like this,' said the child's devastated aunt who is also his guardian.

'When I enrolled him into the centre, I told the teachers immediately that my nephew was different from other children,' the aunt added as she spoke to a reporter from Guangdong Radio and Television Station in July.

She said she had been confused by the fact that her nephew would start crying as soon as she told him to go to the nursery.

'After I watched the video, I understood why,' she noted.

She did not explain where the boy's parents were.

The video was sent to the boy's aunt by a former teacher at the centre, who said she was 'shocked', 'petrified' and 'terrified' by Li's behaviour.

The whistle-blower, known as Yang, told the station: '[I] tried to advise her [not to beat the children]. She always dodged my questions and then stopped talking to me.'

The attacking teacher, Li, reportedly admitted to beating the autistic toddler. She said she was enraged after the child had soiled his pants and smeared his faeces 'everywhere'.

Li also claimed that Yang was her ex-subordinate. She said that Yang leaked the footage because she had fired her.

The clip has caused an uproar on social media, with many users lambasting the teacher for her appalling actions.

One user, named SAFL, wrote in a post on popular website Sohu: 'It is really deplorable that a teacher has done such a thing, and the child is even an autistic child.'

Li was arrested a week after the video went viral.

She was recently found guilty of abusing individuals under her care and sentenced to six months in prison in a first trial.

The court said that Li abused at least five children, aged between one and three, while working at the centre between April and June.

Li has also been banned from working with young children for five years after serving the prison term.[/quote]

A special needs child? Whatever the sentence was, it was too light. It was child abuse of one who can never defend him or her self.

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Dec 7, 2019 05:12:17   #
promilitary
 
Kevyn wrote:
There should be a special place in hell for those who abuse children. The fact that the child has special needs and the woman chose a career where she is supposed to be enriching their lives makes it even worse. In the US, Canada and Europe it has recently come out that entire institutions run by churches and state and provincial governments systematically abused children in their care ranging from beatings and sexual molestation up to and including murder. Church orphanages in Ireland, re-education camps for First Nations children in Canada and a Reform school for boys of color in Florida. Places and institutions providing services to kids should be tightly regulated and heavily inspected with no notice. And when adults are caught committing these crimes they should be locked up for good.
There should be a special place in hell for those ... (show quote)


Totally agree, Kev, and maybe there IS that special place in hell. One of the greatest coverups is
when Cardinal Law was about to be taken to court for jugging and hiding priests who molested
kids, he was suddenly whisked away to the Vatican where he lived a cushy life for the rest of his
days.

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