“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
The problem ISN’T absent fathers-the problem IS present mothers and female care givers. Some studies estimte that 71% of murdered children are murdered by moms and moms friends. Similar numbers for rape, abuse and neglect.
And if moms dont kill, rape, harm, molest, or neglect their kids enough, mother’s always foster care!
With statistics like these, you would think cold-case detectives would be shifting the missing children paradigm-but they’re not. Why?
Kryzie King claimed in video interviews she used physical force to control 4-year-old Myls Dobson.
Kryzie King claimed in video interviews she used physical force to control 4-year-old Myls Dobson. (JEFFERSON SIEGEL/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)
The monstrous baby-sitter accused of torturing 4-year-old Myls Dobson to death claimed she was no “big bad wolf” in a videotaped interview played in court Thursday.
Myls was 40 pounds and covered in burns and bruises when he died.
As prosecutors grilled her on her admitted “discipline” beatings on the tiny child, Kryzie King was confronted with shocking photos of Myls in the state he was in when he died — about 40 pounds, emaciated and covered in burns and bruises.
Throughout hours of interviews around the time of Myls’ tragic January 2014 death, King insisted the little boy, who she could easily overpower, left her with no choice but to use physical force.
Front page of the the New York Daily News with photo of nanny Kryzie King and slain child Myls Dobson with headline “WATCHED HIM DIE.”
Front page of the the New York Daily News with photo of nanny Kryzie King and slain child Myls Dobson with headline “WATCHED HIM DIE.” (NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)
“Do not do this. Listen. Don’t touch that. It wasn’t to be malicious. It wasn’t, ‘Oh I’m a big bad wolf,’ ” she claimed. “That’s not me.” King vented about him to investigators
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Robert Stolz will rule on which of several statements made by King will be admissible at her upcoming trial.
The case was adjourned to Sept. 22.