translated from Spanish: Unworthy in nets that disabled child returned with severe blows

New Zealand.- The mother of a disabled child is demanding answers after she arrived home from the daycare center with extensive facial injuries.Milly Tusa of Auckland told Radio New Zealand’s Checkpoint program that her four-year-old son, Masua, arrived at her home from kindergarten last Wednesday with scratches on her face.

Masua has cerebral palsy and needs a wheelchair. When Ms. Tusa went to pick up her young son, she says a teacher told her that she had blocked Masua’s wheels on top of a ladder, but that the child had fallen. He added that the teacher told her that he had called her four times. But Tusa is skeptical and demands answers. He’s also taken his son out of kindergarten. “They looked more like burns, it looked more like they dragged it and then it was, as they say, it fell down the stairs,” he told Checkpoint.
“It was burns on the skin, burns to the face from the top of the eyelid down.” Ms. Tusa said she asked Masua about what happened and referred to the teacher as “naughty.” She said he’s too scared to come back. The Ministry of Education added that it is investigating after the kindergarten informed the department of an injured child.

Masua’s mother Milly told Tusa told he only heard her son was injured when he went to collect him as usual and was told by staff he’d tumbled down some stairs while strapped in his wheelchair. — Checkpoint (@CheckpointRNZ)
October 15, 2019

She added that no direct complaints were received from the child’s family and felt that the nursery was safe. Masua’s mother said she went to the police with her complaint. Police said an investigation is underway. Man pours boiling water a boy and puts girl in the oven
A Florida man who allegedly put a girl in the oven is searched again last year, this time on suspicion of burning a boy with boiling water. Terry May, 47, was wanted Thursday for allegedly burning a 3-year-old boy by pouring a pot of boiling water on his back. The boy claimed he accidentally peed on the floor as May looked at him. “The poor kid has a burn mark on his back,” Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood wrote on Twitter.
The word ‘thug’ is used a lot, but for me there is no bully bigger than the kind of coward who annoys 3-year-olds. Stay tuned for more information on this case.

Last year we arrested Terry May on a charge of abusing a 3-year-old girl who said he beat her with a belt and burned her in an oven. Unfortunately it was her word against Terry’s, and prosecutors weren’t able to make the case. The charge was dropped. — Mike Chitwood (@SheriffChitwood)
October 2, 2019

The child’s burns were discovered by daycare workers, who reported it to the Florida Department of Children and Families, WOFL reported, citing an incident report. May turned himself in last year after being accused of placing a 3-year-old girl in an oven and beating her with a belt. Chitwood tweeted that May was arrested last year in connection with the alleged abuse, but “unfortunately it was his word against Terry, and prosecutors were unable to bring the case. The charge was dropped.”

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