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For the Sake of Extra Earnings, the Couple Gave Birth to Another Daughter, Sold Her for a Million Dollars, the Couple Sentenced to Three Years Each

There is, this, huge, BLACK MARKET for, babies, especially when the birthrates are currently, on the DECLINE, and because we ran short on cash, I mean, it’s just one kid, we can, always have more, we’re, still, young, and reproductive, right???  Yeah, if that’s the VALUES of these, modern day parents, then, we are all, gonna be, S-C-R-E-W-E-D!!!  For some EASY money, let’s, pop ‘em out, one by one, and, sell them off, one by one too, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A couple in Yunlin is living in poverty stricken means as is, had many children, the two, for a million dollars N.T., the woman took out the IUD, got pregnant, gave birth to an infant girl, sold the infant off to a sixty-year-old man, Lin to raise, and the infant girl’s father on the registry of birth was Lin; in the first trial, the couple were both sentenced to five years each for human trafficking, second trial gave them three years each, the Highest Courts tossed back the appeal, and the case is, closed.

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The verdict pointed out, that the couple didn’t have high enough education, with the wife working odds and ends to support the family, and the husband is in prison on drug charges, before he started serving his time, he worked for construction to prevent the earthquakes from damaging the buildings too much.  They were hit hard by the economics, other than receiving the low-income assistance from the government, they’d relied on the man’s mother to help the family also.

Between 2008 and 2012, the couple gave birth to four children total, the second daughter was legally adopted to another person; in 2015, they gave birth to another infant boy, but couldn’t care for the infant boy, and gave their son to the elderly man of sixty-five years of age, Lin who didn’t have any children, who’s well to do, afterwards, the wife had an IUD implanted, with NO desires of having any more children again.

Lin the elderly man hoped that the boy he’d adopted can have siblings as his companions, had the middleman, Kuo try and persuade the couple, willing to pay them a million dollars N.T. for them to get pregnant again, to have another child for him to raise, as the couple promised that they would, the wife had the IUD removed in February of 2016, got pregnant, and by November of the following year, she’d given birth to an infant girl, her sixth.

During the woman’s pregnancy, Lin first paid $300,000N.T., then, $20,000 every month after that for her nutritional needs, then, as the infant girl was born, he’d paid the couple the remaining half a million dollars N.T., then, the elderly man took the birth certificate, to the local land offices, and, filed the adoption papers, change the infant’s last name to Lin, and Lin was registered as the infant girl’s birthfather.

The judge found, that the woman already had an IUD implanted, that she had NO intentions of having her latest infant daughter, and, the timing of her having the IUD removed, coincided with the time of negotiation by Lin, and, very shortly after the woman had the IUD removed, she was pregnant again, which showed, the cause and effect of Lin’s offering the couple the money, for the couple to have their daughter.

The courts believed, that this case wasn’t a human traffic ring where a human life is trades like goods, although Lin the elderly man passed back in 2019, the young children were being cared for by Lin’s spouse well, that the couple, although they were trying to make money off of selling their young children off, but, they’d still showed care and concerns for their infant daughter after they gave her up, the judge is considering a reduction of their sentences.

Yeah uh, what the FUCK (don’t pardon me here!), this is, human trafficking, you DO realize that, don’t you, even as these young children weren’t sold off as sex slaves, but these ill-fitting, reproducing like RABBITS parents, are still guilty, for selling their own young children, and for what?  For more money, I mean, the chances of offering for, millions of dollars a kid won’t come by again in our lifetimes, but hey, we can always, reproduce more, so the ones we’d sold off for adoption, well, they don’t matter to us!  Well, that’s a LIFE, you’d, FUCKED up there, parents, and, parents like these ought to be, NEUTERED and SPAYED (like those pets in the animal shelters!)…

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A Child, Never, Held…

A child, NEVER, held he was, and he’d become, fearful, of acts of, intimacy shown towards him, and yet, he’d, longed for, the intimate connections with, another…

A child, NEVER, held, we were, NEVER held, by our parents, ‘cuz their parents got too busy, making their ends meet, and not hold them either, and so, how the @#$%, can our parents, learn that we, as their young, need to be, held?  They can’t, and, chances are, growing up, not being held enough, we all turn into, nonhuggers ourselves too.

not enough of this in childhood…

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A child, NEVER, held, fears that show of, intimacy toward her/him and yet, s/he, longed to, be shown, the sentiments of, that intimate connection with another, and, there’s, NO better way to connect intimately with someone else, through our bodies, is there?  Nope!

And so, this child, NEVER, held, gets, caught, between, the drives of longing to be held, but couldn’t, reach out to get held.  The child becomes, totally, stuck.

A child, NEVER, held, grows up, not knowing, how to, hold, and, just, grabs a hold onto, everything around her/him, fearing, that what s/he loves, will slip, through her/his, grasps, not knowing, that when you hold something (or someone) too tightly, it causes her/him/it to, SUFFOCATE, and whatever that was held too tightly, struggles, to break free…

leading to this…

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The Experts: the Psychological Issues Weren’t Resolved, the Primary Suspect May Offend Again

On the male college student who’d endured, police brutality, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The younger generation of a food producing plant, Chang because of a fender bender, beaten the male college student, Song to severely injured, psychiatrists believed, that Chang has records of physical assault, that it may not be related to living under authoritarian parents, or that he was from a single-parent family, the biggest problem lies in that he has poor emotional control, hostility toward others, that there are the hidden negative psychological traits that’s caused him to behave like so; if there’s no resolve to change his lack of emotional control, there’s a high chance that he may well, offend again.

Chang had previous records of traffic violations already, beating on his fellow servicemen; the professor of the counseling department of Changwha Teacher’s College said, there are instances where we may get into conflict with each other, including getting into a wreck with someone, most people will be able to communicate well enough, solve the matter with reasoning.  Chang’s inability to use his words to express, and used his fists and feet, the only way to resolve is by finding the causes of his behaviors, then resolve that cause.

The head of the Changwha Christ Hospital’s Justice Psychiatric Unit, Wang believed, that how the child is disciplined, strict or not, isn’t related to how the person turns into in adulthood, but, if there’s that high pressure environment at home, disciplinarian parenting, lacking in communications, the child will more than likely, duplicate what s/he picked up in childhood, and carry that to interacting with others around her/him.

He told, to see if someone has the risk of violent behaviors, we need to examine if the individual has a history of violence, alcohol or drug addictions, the military is considered a high-tension environment, Chang still behaved violently, and, he suspect that Chang may have antisocial personality traits.

He also believes, that compare to ordinary people, there’s a low rate of violent attacks caused by mental illness, the disciplines of children isn’t reliant solely on the “words”, sometimes, violence IS, violence, not necessarily, psychologically, psychiatrically, related.  Violence has to do with personality traits, the correctional facilities need to intervene professionally with the violent criminals, the medical treatment measures is only part of the equation.

And so, what makes a man violent, his nature or his nurture?  A combination of both?  Or, do we, model the actions of violence, internalize what we watch our adult counterparts do, and then, we act out, and, based off of this case, it’s probably, all of the above!  And it’s still the families’ faults, for not doing RIGHT by their own young, because, the families failed to function right, how the @$#% can you expect the person who came out of this, malfunctioning families, to act right?

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The Dead Infant Boy Had Been Buried for a Whole Year, the Parents are Still Claiming the Assistance Money from the Government for Childcare

And there’s, this, huge HOLE in the system here, and, another infant child ended up, DEAD, and infant boy got, abused to DEATH, and, there are other kids in this family, who are, malnourished, and it’d taken, the social services this long, to uncover the case, now tell me there’s NO a lacking in the systems here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Social Security Net Wasn’t Set Up Properly, the Nine-Month-Old Infant Suspected of Being Neglected and Died, and Nobody Knew about It

The shocking news of a nine-months-old infant boy who was improperly cared for by his parents, buried in a wooded region of the local township, for a year’s time, on the evening of the fourth of this month, the remains were finally, dug back up by the police.  This couple still continued to claim the childcare assistance reimbursements from the government even after their son died, the D.A. believed, they were involved in the murder of their own young, with the flight risks and opportunities of collusion, but Lin’s mother is about to give birth, the D.A. asked the courts to take the father into custody, and placed the mother under house arrest, that she’d had to check in with the local police substation daily.

The infant male died from being abused for a whole year, during which time, his body wasn’t found, and the parents continued receiving government support for him on registry.  The children and adolescent rights experts believed, that the government’s increasing the reimbursements for parents of children, the local counties and cities giving the monetary reinforcements for having babies for married couples, but, the problems of upbringing, raising after birth deserve the same attention, and this sort of a tragedy still showed, how there’s, a lacking in the social security nets right now.

what was, dug, up…

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Lin (age 42) works in a technology park in Zhunan, his thirty-one-year-old cohabiting girlfriend, Lin and four young children reside in Miaoli, while the registry for Chen and the children are all in Taoyuan.  Of the children, the eldest daughter Chen had with her ex turns six this yet, but didn’t register for school yet, and the social services of Taoyuan went to find them, found that their home which was registered wasn’t occupied, and the two young children weren’t vaccinated on time either, and the entire family was “M.I.A.”, lost contact.

The social services department of Taoyuan notified the women and children specialty forces of the local police, to track, and the officials reviewed over the bank records of Lin and Chen, found that all the assistance payments were in the accounts, and the two had made the withdrawals regularly to, and they’d, used the cameras and found out that they’d rented in Zhunan, Miaoli, because the government assistance for childbirth and childcare are both higher there, that’s why they’d set up the registry in Taoyuan.

In order to confirm the status of living of the family, the police went to interview the neighbors privately, and all the neighbors the police interviewed all told, that they only saw “three children”, clearly, this was off from the registry.

The police set up a specialty task force and cased out Lin’s home, and, interviewed the locals around, on the fourth of this month, with consent from Lin, they’d, gone into his stay to check, found that the family of five was cramped in a tiny suite, the rooms were filled with garbage, leftover food items, and there were only, three young girls who are malnourished there, and the son who should be two years old wasn’t to be found, the police suspected that something wasn’t quite right, took in the parents.

The parents started stating, how their young son was “taken by a stranger” in June of last year, then changed their statements to how they were afraid that the cries of the young infant boy would affect the neighbors, they’d covered the young boy’s head up with the puzzle floor mats, and because the infant was malnourished and underdeveloped, later they’d found him, already dead.  Because the couple kept going back and forth on their statements, which was suspicious for the police to note, the police didn’t believe them.

The police separated the couple, questioned them individually, the office told Lin, that if something had happened to the son, “let me get buried so he can finally rest in peace”, and this finally broke Lin down, and he’d told them the truth, of how his son had died for a long time, and, he was buried, in the wooded region of the town.

Lin claimed, that last year, he’d, abused the young infant boy to death, and, in the middle of the nights, he’d, taken the corpse out to near where he’d worked, and, dug a hole in the woods, buried the body down, on the evening of the fourth, the police went to dig, and as the infant boy’s corpse was found, there was, nothing but bones, diaper, and partial clothing that remained.

The Miaoli D.A.’s Office and the police set up a specialty task squad, and started autopsying yesterday, and estimated that the autopsy will get finalized in a few days, and they can clarify the cause of death of this infant male.  And because all three young children in the house all showed signs of malnutrition and developmental delays, the local social services took over their custodies for now.

And so, this is another of death by neglect, and what’s worse was these parents, still received the payments from the childcare assistance of the government, and they’d murdered their own young, but still received the money that the government pays for the child’s upbringing, they thought they could cheat the system, well, they got caught now, and will be made to pay!

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As Children Get Bullied, the Parents Rushing in, Stepping on the Mines

It’s only natural, that when the kids are being, bullied, you parents would want to, rush in, to BEAT the CRAP out of that other kid, but, hold your horses first…on education of the next generations, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

If the children are bullied, the psychologist at the Student Counseling Center, Chen reminded, that there are, a few, “landmines”, that the parents can easily step on, to make things worse.  The following is a first-person interview summary with the counselor:

As we hear that our children got picked on, it doesn’t mean that the parents needed to rush in immediately, demand the other child to apologize.  As a child gets yelled at abruptly, s/he may feel scared, then, to avoid further scolding, apologize, but, then, the bullies may get harder on the child afterwards, believing, “You tattle told to your parents, making me get yelled at”, and, an originally small argument may get turned into, a long-term bullying.

Another scenario: get pass the teachers, and go to the parents to confront them for what their child did to yours.  And normally, there are, two scenarios that might happen: first, the parents apologize to other parents first, then, turn around, and discipline their own young.  Another, the parents disbelieving that their kid is capable, and the two parents get into it, to the point of the representatives getting called to mediate.

The two end results, neither teach the children anything, if the other kid is the abuser, but hovered over by her/his parents, how would s/he know, what s/he needed to adjust, in interaction shared with another.  And if, forces outside of the school got involved, the homeroom instructor, even as s/he wanted to intervene, s/he can’t, because the school will not allow the instructor to, and in the end, things are still, left, unresolved.

If the adults weren’t present as the bullying occurred, it would be hard to determine who’s right or who’s wrong, and hard for the parents to determine, if their young was a target of bullying.  As the child tattled, s/he will evade on the details, for instance, being the one to hit first, but didn’t tell the parents, and if the parents went straight away to “get even”, and long-term, this child learned, “so long as I told mom and dad, they will, get even with me!”, which is bad for the developments of their personality characters in the future.

The most important thing that parents should do is to try to understand what happened exactly, and report back to the homeroom instructors, if it’s serious to the point to have a mediator to stop the bullying, then, you take, legal actions.

So, this is on telling the parents to listen, to watch your own young, because if your kid is bullied, it shows, in their, behaviors, and, you, as parents, must not lose it, as your kid comes home crying and told you, that so-and-so punched my nose or whatever, you, as adults, must be the rational ones, because IF you lost it, then, your kid will learn, hey, I can tell mommy and daddy that I got hit, and, they will go after that kid who’d gotten on my bad side, and that’s not good!

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That Day, We’d, Saved My Five-Year-Old Youngest Cousin, from Being Sold Off into Human Trafficking

A selfish man who totally didn’t think on what’s good for his own young, contrary to the gangsters, who’d, helped this family get this young child back, out of the fire pits, sometimes, the stereotypically bad people can be good, and, those who seemed to be good, can be, bad!  Experiences, and trials of, her young life, translated…

After reading the writer, Hsu’s “That Night, I Made My Way to the Teashops”, I had the flashback of that primetime soap scene that happened in my, reality.

On my youngest uncle who’s a prodigal son, after losing ALL of my maternal grandfather’s money, he’d still drifted in the bars, the brothels, continued being his, “good son in the fire pits”.  My aunt in working too hard, keeping the family intact, before their sixth child turned one, died from illness, then, my youngest uncle sold off his youngest to the local landowner to be groomed into a child bride, with the money he got from selling his daughter, had a time of easy with women then.

like this…

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Back then, one day as my youngest uncle came back home, suddenly, he was, overcome with his fatherly love, told that he was taking my youngest cousin at age five to head into town to get her some new clothes, the family didn’t have any suspicions then, but at night, we’d not see the two of them, returning; my maternal grandfather thought: no matter how ferocious the tiger is it won’t, eat its own child, he’d already sold one of his daughters of, could he have in mind, to sell his own, youngest too?

And the following day, the families believed, that the fifth child was, sold.

My tough second aunt went around, asking about where my cousin went, and, in the mouth of the “agent who’d introduced” my uncle, she’d learned, that my youngest cousin was sold to the “tea shop” in Taipei, to pay for his own, gambling debts, he’d sold her for $60,000N.T.s—the poverty stricken selling off their daughters, it wasn’t anything weird back then.  My second uncle was a leader of a gang in Chiayi, and asked the gangsters to find the whereabouts of my youngest cousin, and the families, the relatives, started, getting the money together, to try and save my cousin.

It was 1976, I was in the third grade.  My mother bought a princess fluffy dress for me to wear, with a pair of white socks with pink lace, along with a pair of, white doll shoes, with the pigtails tied by ribbons, better dressed than I was for New Year’s.  my eldest and second eldest aunts put on their traditional Chinese dresses alongside my mother, with the heels, set their hairs at the salons, with the makeup carefully made on their, faces, with the bags full of cash, and the group of us, headed up to Taipei with my second eldest uncle.

We met up with my second uncle’s brothers from different mothers, and we were led, into, the teashops, there were, so many, pretty women here!  I clenched tightly to my mother’s, hand, looked around, wanted to find my youngest cousin.  I can’t understand it, we can, trade the recycling metals for a malt candy, what can you get, for selling your daughter?

We entered into a room, my second eldest uncle started, negotiating with the man, he got loud at times, friendly at others, stared into the man’s eyes fiercely at times, used the Taiwanese I couldn’t understand to interact, the pretty lady handed me an orange soda, I’d, carefully, took smaller, sips, wanted to save half for my, youngest cousin.

The adults looked quite, serious, I got too bored, started playing with the zipper on my mother’s purse, they’d talked for a long, long, long time, until the coldness, the fizz of the soda wore off, and I saw my second eldest uncle stand up, shook the man’s hands, we knew, that my youngest cousin can, come home now, the ladies then, pulled out the wads of cash, and stacked them, onto the tables———

We got my youngest cousin back, three times what her own father had, sold her for, for $180,000N.T.s.

And so, this, is the behaviors, of this DEADBEAT who’d, SOLD his own young to feed to his own habits, and, also the stories of how the gangsters can be good, they’re the ones, who’d, helped get the youngest cousin of this ed get the youngest cousin of this ed get the youngest cousin of this individual back, and, the man who’d sold his daughter thought he got a good deal, and yet, the families, ended up, paying, three times more.

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Contusions, and Hematoma, the Nine-Month Old Infant Boy Suspected of Being Abused

The parent claimed that it was, an “accident”, but, does anybody believe it?  I think, N-O-T!  A terrible case of, a child, becoming, the scapegoat of his parents’, argument here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

An infant of about nine-months of age was rushed into the E.R. in Kaohsiung two nights ago, there was contusions on his back, with hematoma in large surface areas, he was immediately taken to the I.C.U. upon admittance; the hospital suspected abuse, and notified the Social Services and the police.  Based off of understanding, the infant was cared for by his mother, two evenings ago, because the infant was injured, and the mother swallowed a lot of pills, she too was, taken to the hospital with her young son.  The police investigators found that there was a high possibility of the infant male having been abused, but the facts hadn’t been checked, so the Social Services had, intervened first.

The police stated, that the Jen-Wu Police Substation’s Da-Hwa Subprecinct received the call from Changgang Hospital, and told that there was a suspected case of child abuse, the officers from the station rushed over, and, had the location of where the infant male was registered, the Fengshan Substation to oversee the case.

tripped, and fell, and, bumped into the walls, would be the parents’ excuse for this young child’s, injuries…

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Based off of understanding, the infant male was not yet nine months old, the parents were in their thirties, the infant was their first; the mother was seemingly in a daze, a stay-at-home mother.

The police investigated and found, that two evenings ago, the infant’s father came home, found the young boy injured, and inquired to his wife, she’d replied, “I’d accidentally stepped on his right foot”, they started arguing.

The mother was suspected getting emotional, and in front of the husband, swallowed the pills, and the infant’s father immediately rushed his wife and child to the hospital; the hospital found the infant boy to have multiple bruises all over, contusions, as well as huge surfaces of hematoma on him, that it’d not looked like “being stepped on by accident”, they’d immediately reported to the Social Services, the infant was sent to ICU, with his signs, stabilized, and following, the examinations of his injuries were made.

The Domestic Violence Prevention Center of Social Services in Kaohsiung stated, that they’d sent the social workers to understand if this was a case of child abuse, the family will be listed as individuals of concern first; the child was examined, and they will find out whether or the primary caretaker was abusive, and work with the police, to figure out if this was intentional, or, an accident.

Uh, chances are this is another case of, child abuse, because, you just don’t use that much force, to STEP on a kid by “accident”, and this infant male sustained severe injuries (for an infant that young!), and so, someone needs to be charged here, it’s just, that the police are, still, investigating WHAT exactly happened, to get to the bottom of this, that’s why, no charges were filed at this time…

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The Children in Protective Custody Increased by the Hundreds Annually, Couldn’t Go Home, the Government Adopts Them Out

The Social Services of Hsinbei City estimates, that there is an increase of about a hundred young children placed by the social services annually, about eight hundred young children placed by the government, and cared for, by the government.  The manager of the Hsinbei Domestic Violence Prevention Center, Hsu stated, after the placements, the system will help the families of origin to readjust to be a good enough environment for the children to be returned back; and if it’s confirmed that the families can’t work, then, the children are, adopted out, the adolescents are trained to have a viable life skill that can help them live on their own.

Hsu told, that younger children who are placed out of their families of origin, means that the families aren’t safe, without the provisions of proper care for them, after placing the children out, “restructuring of the families” is an important task, so the help in finding work, parenting lessons, and setting up a resource provision system, like patching up the relationship among the members of the families, to provide more resources needed to care for the children.

Hsu pointed out, that the children in foster care right now, a lot have physical or psychological problems, like the drug-addicted babies, with the symptoms of withdrawal, developmentally delayed, A.D.H.D., then they would need steady medical treatment interventions, and the early intervention measures; if the child in at school age, then, the system also helps them in adapting to their new schools.

social services with young children they need to place…

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This is, quite, contradictory, to the government’s “complaints” of how there’s a sharp drop in birthrate isn’t it???  Children in foster care, in social services, trending now, off of the Newspapers, translated…

Hsu said, other than the children growing up, the parents also need to have added abilities to them, to find other families as resources for help in caretaking, as all the requirements are matched, then, the children will get, returned back to the families of origins.  But the return to the families of origin is by progression, from supervised visits, waiting until both parents and children are stabilized, then, the return home steps are taken, slowly, increase the time spend at one’s own, families of origins.

Shortest, it’s a few months, longest, the children may NEVER be returned to their families of origin, Hsu stated, that there were the families with children placed out, in a short time, found a strong enough set of resources, for instance, other family members with the money chipping in, in two short months, the young children were, returned; but there are also the cases of after four, five years, the children still didn’t get returned back to their, families of origins too.

Hsu said, that if the families of origin are drug-addicts, with multiple times on record of prison sentences, then, these parents will get their parental rights, terminated, and the young children will get adopted out, from within the country, then, matching the children up with foreign families.  And, for children older than fifteen, and still couldn’t go home yet, there are the plans to help the kids to pay for their own education, to find work too.

And so, this system is, set up, quite well, and, this is also, very awful, because these children in foster program are on the rise by the years, and most of whom came out of families with teenage mothers, who couldn’t care for them.  This is the problem, that came out of teenage pregnancies, and there’s a need, to get these younger generations more educated on the matter, so they don’t keep on, cranking them babes out.

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The Underage Committed a Crime the Parents Need to Pay for it

The cases where the parents are, made to take responsibilities, over their children’s, behaviors, ruled by the court!  Off of the Newspapers, translated…

The adage, “Parental debts are paid by the offspring”, but based off of the laws right now, the parents’ debts, don’t necessarily fall under the offspring’s responsibilities, but as the underage children were out, and done something bad, the parents may be made to pay collaterally, two young children in a preschool fought over a watch and started arguing, and one child scratched the other, injuring her/him the judge mandated the parents of the child who’d scratched to pay the injured child over $16,000N.T.s, the high school student, Chen, was running on the roads, and, bumped into a woman who was riding on an electric motorcycle, and he and his father were made to pay the woman $250,000N.T.s, the legal realm stated, the underage whether it be intentional or negligent, had hurt another, the legal guardians may have to pay for it by collateral, the parents must be really careful over this.

Based off of civil law, the children’s age limit was seven, before seven, the child have no control in restricting one’s own behaviors, those children older than seven have, and if children in these two age groups had impacted someone’s rights, and if the behaviors were determined as “under the awareness”, then the child will be paying for the wrongdoing legally with the parents, if not, it would be the legal guardians who must pay.  But if the legal guardians can produce proofs that they’d not been loose on their rules of raising their young, or that there were already, reasonable rules established, then, the legal guardians don’t have to pay for their children’s behaviors.

Two young boys, Hwa and Ming (both false names) are students of a famous kindergarten in Taipei, two years ago, on an afternoon, Ming handed his new watch to other students to look at, and after the students looked at the new watch, they’d, handed it over to Hwa to see, as Ming tried to get the watch back from Hwa, Hwa refused, they started arguing, Ming scratched Hwa’s face twice, injuring him.

Later on, Hwa’s parents sued Ming’s parents in civil court, asking to pay for the damages to their young son in amount of over $1.4 million N.T.s, while Ming’s parents mentioned, how the preschool they’d selected for their son was a famous chain kindergarten in Taipei, that they’d, already, given the best forms of education to their own young; while the judge believed, that the parents hadn’t, because the child couldn’t know what he did was right or wrong, the parents of the child have to pay for the damages, in the end the courts found Ming’s parents to pay over $16,000N.T. to the other parents.

The fifteen-year-old high school student Chen two years ago, was running across the intersections, and rammed the woman on an electric bicycle, Yeh over, injuring her, Yeh sued the high school student and his parents for the damages; the courts reviewed the street surveillance, found that Chen wasn’t following the lights, because Chen was not yet twenty, he was categorized as “couldn’t restrict his own behaviors”, his father also couldn’t produce the proofs of his watching over his son’s behaviors, that he was collaterally, responsible, the courts found that Chen and his father must pay Yeh a total of over $250,000N.T.s.

And so, this still showed, how under a certain age, when a kid misbehaved, the parents are responsible, unless you the parents, can prove, that you had, given the rules to your children to follow, and this would be, interpreted by the courts, which means, that the judge can see it, either way, and, there’s, no way of you, the parents knowing, if you’ll get sued, so, the best way to prevent this, is by, teaching your young the right rules and, keep your fingers crossed, that they don’t, get into, too much troubles…

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The Single Father Has to Go to Work, Chained His Own Son Up, the Mother Came to His Rescue

To prevent your kid from getting into trouble while you’re away at work, you’d, LEASHED him up, like a D-O-G!!!  Wow, that’s, smart all right…off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

An eight-year-old boy in Miaoli was found, chained with steel chains by his birthfather at the residence they shared in Toufeng, Miaoli, the child called out to help to his mother in Taoyuan, the mother rushed over, couldn’t get the chains off, and called emergency, the firefighters used the oil pressure clips and finally free the boy; the police and county department found the father used inappropriate measures to discipline the child, that he’d broken the laws of child and adolescent welfare, they’d filed for an emergency restraining order against the father, placed the child out, the district attorney’s offices set the man’s bail at $50,000N.T.s.

The local fire department received at call at around 10:37 in the morn, from the birthmother of the young boy, told them that the child was chained up in his living room, and couldn’t break out of the chains; as the firefighters arrived, they’d found the chain to be three meters long, they were able to use the oil pressure cutters and other equipment, to break the chains, and it took more than ten minutes to free the child, they’d notified the police and social services afterwards.

The preliminary investigations found, that the parents of the child is divorced, the custody was with the father, starting last year, there’d been records of domestic violence on record with the father, but the inappropriate discipline measures were mild, the Social Services did NOT list them; yesterday as the father goes out to work, worried that nobody’s looking after the child, that the boy may run off, so he’d, chained up his own son, to restrict the child’s movements, left the milk, the bread in the living room for the young boy to consume when he gets thirsty or hungry.

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Because the child couldn’t stand being chained down, his movements restricted, he’d called his mother for help, “I got chained by dad, can you come save me?”, the mother thought that it wasn’t possible, rushed over to her ex’s from Taoyuan, and was dumbfounded at what she saw; the child said he’d misbehaved, which was why he got chained up, that he was beaten, and scolded often, it’d made the mother sad.

The police assisted the young boy to the hospital, found the bruising on his waist from the chains, immediately filed for a restraining order for the boy, investigated the case as assault, obstructions of freedom; the Social Services found that the father, chaining the boy down, although it’d not caused him bodily harm, or serious injuries, but, the behavior may have traumatized the child physically as well as psychologically, that he’d broken the laws against protection of young children and adolescents, guilty of improper disciplining, placed the child out of the father’s custody, and forced the father into the parenting courses.

And so, because you had to work, there’s no one to watch your kid, to keep him out of trouble, so you’d, CHAINED him up like a dog, I mean, you had, left water, and food for him (and that should be enough, if he were a DOG!!!), and, you’d, caused psychological trauma in your own child, and you don’t even know it, are you, @$%#ING, kidding me here?  How would you like it, if someone CHAINED you, fucking (don’t pardon me!) adults up, and restricted your movement, because the individuals didn’t want YOU to, misbehave when they are out?

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