2yo Aniyah Darnell died after being hit numerous times with a belt and suffering from a severe burn

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Police in Arlington, Texas arrested a man and woman in connection with the death of a 2-year-old girl, and court documents indicate the toddler suffered abuse leading up to her death. According to police, the child’s mother left her with friends in August when she fell on rough times, and Aniyah Darnell died at the hospital on Saturday, Nov. 17.

According to court documents obtained by KTVT, Darnell suffered months of abuse, allegedly at the hands of Shamonica Page and Derick Roberson, who were arrested in this case — initially on outstanding warrants. The charges were upgraded after Darnell died.

Court documents indicate Page would strike Darnell with a belt on numerous occasions as a form of discipline/punishment. The documents state she was frustrated with the child for going to the bathroom in her clothes/pull ups, and she was trying to teach her a lesson. The documents claim the child suffered repeated abuse, and state the following: “Admitted that the victim had what appeared to be a severe burn on her buttocks, but tried home remedies to heal the injury, and would continue to discipline and punish the child by striking her in the injured area with a belt or her hand.”
https://fox6now.com/2018/11/18/stri...r-old-who-allegedly-suffered-months-of-abuse/
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An autopsy on a 2-year-old girl that was originally scheduled for Sunday morning was pushed back until Monday.
Police responded to the Los Lomas Apartments on Timberlake Drive in East Arlington early Saturday morning to find Aniyah Darnell unresponsive. She was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

Her sudden death leaves many, including Aniyah’s grandfather Ronnie Ingram, with many questions. He says he hasn’t seen Aniyah or his daughter since August.

“"Why. Why, why wouldn't you just bring us the kids?” he said. "Out of all my grandkids, she was an angel! She was so very special; she was so loving. She always had a smile on her face."

"The people that my daughter chose to let, entrust my grandchildren to, we don't know them," said Ingram.

"We were not offered an opportunity to receive our grandkids. We would have stopped this tragedy from happening because we would have taken care of them,” said Ingram.

Ingram says he’s not heard from his daughter since he learned of Aniyah’s death.

"She was just an angel within herself and to hear the events that she had to go through. We're glad that God removed her from that kind of suffering."
http://www.fox4news.com/news/update-autopsy-on-2-year-old-girl-pushed-back-to-monday
 

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"Hard times" ... really. I call bullshit. We have so many resources in the US to not only help the child but to help mom as well. This is a story about what happens to babies when they become inconvenient to indiscriminate people. Yes, I'm judgy.
If you know so much then you would know there are limitations also in place. It also depends on the employee, some pple work harder and smarter or care more than others.
 

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and I didn't mean to come off as an asshole, that's just the real deal. Yep there's plenty of help out there but there are hoops and limitations . A good employee might have to really think and research or even tweak the truth a little in order to get someone to qualify for help.
 

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and I didn't mean to come off as an asshole, that's just the real deal. Yep there's plenty of help out there but there are hoops and limitations . A good employee might have to really think and research or even tweak the truth a little in order to get someone to qualify for help.
No, you're right. I was in a bad mood when I wrote that but it's hard when I'm working full time and am still broke after rent, and student loans and that. There are a lot of people who need help.
 

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