Witness testifies about boys' injuries in Craver case

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A forensic pathologist testified about injuries he witnessed on the body of 7-year-old Nathaniel Craver at the preliminary hearing for the boys' adoptive parents Thursday afternoon. Read more
IJ-PA

Columbia, MD

#1 Apr 29, 2010
Sick bastards, they should rot in jail!
Bets

York, PA

#2 Apr 29, 2010
These people want to claim all these injuries were self inflicted by the boy on himself? Oh my God! I do not believe for one second this child inflicted all these severe injuries upon himself! Even if he was self abusive, it was their responsibility to see he received whatever medical care he needed. It makes me sick in my stomach to imagine the pain this child endured without medical care! You wouldn't treat an animal that way! God bless his poor little soul! At least he is at peace now with a heavenly Father who will not hurt him.
Statement

Newburg, PA

#3 Apr 29, 2010
Children are a commitment. All children come with issues and it is the parents to help and guide. This is really sad. Even if the child had major issues, a child needs to be held close and loved no matter what. We are the adults and need to protect our children.

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