|Image is of a fair skin 6 year old boy who is smiling, wearing a brown wide brim hat|
SIX YEARS OLD
His mother threw him from the Yaquina bridge in Oregon into the freezing river.
And then called police to tell them she did so.
But I'm supposed to have compassion for her, they say.
I am supposed to not be angry with her, they tell me.
I am supposed to not be angry with people who have compassion for her, because she had shoes I haven't walked in... shoes are important you know.
But I AM angry and I have NO compassion for his murderer... and I do not apologize for that.
All I keep thinking about is him scared, confused, cold, screaming, falling, wet, possibly drowning, and dying.
Then you have her, who so smugly called the police after the fact, when she could have so easily called before taking his life. But, she didn't call before because she didn't want anyone to stop her.
I only feel compassion for London... my heart aches only for him.
He was a beautiful young soul, full of life and his mother stole that from him.
There are no excuses for killing a child, any child.
And if you are one of the ones who continues to make excuses for the murderers and abusers of disabled people, then you have become complicit with these heinous acts.
You are a part of the problem. You continue to allow this to happen! You encourage this!
Until society starts holding the abusers and murderers of disabled childen to the same standards as they would the abusers and murderers of nondisabled children... nothing will change.
Until society stands up and makes a loud noise, demanding that real justice be served and disabled people seen as real people... nothing will change.
Stop having compassion for these parents who murder.. they are not parents.. they are murderers.
I am tired of autistic kids dying at the hands of those who are supposed to love and protect them.