The Nurse at the Afterbirth Recovery Center Tossed & Slammed Down a Twenty-Eight Day Old Infant Boy, Sentenced to Thirteen Years

The physical abuse of this, infant who can’t even, defend himself, because the caretaker didn’t have enough sleep, working HER graveyard shift, and, the family of this young infant should NOT, settle all right!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Woman Lost Her Emotional Control, Grabbed the Infant’s Head, Slammed His Head Against the Counters “We Hope that No More Infants Get Victimized”, the Family of the Infant Boy Refused to Settle

The woman, Tseng works as a nursing staff member at an afterbirth recovery center in Taichung, last May, she was suspected of taking the graveyard shift and losing emotional control, and physically abused a male infant of only twenty-eight days of age for more than ten minutes, she’d beaten him slammed him, shaken him, causing the infant to sustain a skull fracture, subdural hematoma; the families “didn’t want any more infant victims” refused to settle with the woman, the Taichung District Court sentenced Tseng to thirteen years in prison on aggravated assaulting a young child.

The verdict pointed out, that the thirty-eight year-old Tseng has a nursing license, worked as a dental assistance, before she’d transferred to work in the afterbirth recovery center, had been working on the nursing staff of the afterbirth recovery home for over three years, she works the graveyard shift.

At around six in the morning last year on May 11th, Tseng was suspected of being overwhelmed by pressures from work, lost it, carried the twenty-eight day old infant boy, Chen out from the carriage, slammed his head onto the counters, as she fed him, she’d, beaten him up, and, flicked the infant boy’s forehead; then, Tseng left the nursery for about five minutes, then, returned back, and resumed abusing the infant male physically, she’d grabbed him up from the carriage, and tossed him to a meter away, onto the work station, causing the infant to hit his head on the steel rack of the work station.

Tseng didn’t stop there, she’d continued using physical force on the infant boy, smacking him, pinching the infant’s head, shaken him hard, on the morning at seven, as Tseng got off her shift, she’d recorded on the docket, that “the left and right cheeks were uneven, when feeding”.

As Tseng’s coworker found the hematomas on the infant boy’s head and neck, rushed him to the E.R., that was when she was told, that the infant sustained a cranial fracture, and is having subdural hematoma, the infant’s parents called the police, and after reviewing over the surveillance, the police found that Tseng was involved in the abuse.  Tseng admitted to what she did, claimed that she’d lost her emotional control, that she didn’t have any intent to harm the infant boy.

The Taichung District Court considered, that Tseng had multiple years of experiences as a nursing staff, a professional, knowing that the infant’s head is quite fragile, and still, in a short time, she’d, physically abused the infant boy’s head, causing him to have irreversible brain damage, with the intention of a felony crime; Tseng was never forgiven by the family of the infant, and the families pleaded with the courts, to sentence her heavily, she was sentenced to thirteen years for aggravate assault on a child, this can still be appealed.

How is thirteen years nearly enough, for what this woman caused?  I mean, this infant will be handicapped or even, paralyzed because of her bad behaviors, and this still showed, how important it is, to make sure, that you interview the caretakers of your own newborn infants, and that’s still not a guarantee that they will be well cared for, because, you never know, when one of these nursing staff members are going to, SNAP, due to problems in their own, personal lives.

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