Punish father by not feeding him

Regarding the news about Shayne Abegg: I just want to say that I was so upset getting that for my morning news I was sick to my stomach!

Truly that is not a father or a mother and I hope that boy will be put in a loving home with a real mother and father who love and protect him.

I know he was in the care of Danny Jay Abegg and was taken from his mother, who had not seen him in years. This boy sure got a raw deal in life!

I hope that Danny Jay Abegg will be “punished” they way he “punished” little Shayne. “We the people” should not pay for food to feed him, either! I’m really tired of these people who hurt innocent children and don’t get any punishment at all.

I read he could get six months to one year. That is nothing.

This man should not only never be free in the “free world” but should be unable to have children again – he has proved in the last four years or more that he is only able to care for himself and we don’t need any more of those in this world.

We need to stop trying to help those that you can’t help – judgment and law need to step up and get those that need to be got!

Save and help these poor kids now.

Mary Murphy


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