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7-Year-Old Boy Killed While Being Punished For Failing To Memorize Bible Verses

"Christian love: A 7-year-old boy in Wisconsin was tortured and killed while being punished for failing to memorize 13 Bible verses.

Ethan Hauschultz, a 7-year-old boy living in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, was killed after being hit, kicked, poked, and repeatedly shoved to the ground while being forced to carry around a 44-pound log in the snow as punishment for failing to memorize Bible verses.

Fox 6 Now reports:

A 15-year-old boy and two adults have been charged in connection with the murder of 7-year-old Ethan Hauschultz in Manitowoc County. Manitowoc County Sheriff Dan Hartwig said in a news release, the boy was beaten, forced to carry a 44-pound log, and was buried in the snow — all before he died…"

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nogod4me 7 Feb 4

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This story is actually a few years old.


But, but. But...Jabus!..


Sounds like a Christian Madarassa. The religious always cite violence by Muslims and others, family values, the Satan but never either know how evil they are or would not admit own atrocities. Every time I read this I am happier about being an atheist. If I could only take back every moment lost to religion in my life.

"A doctrine insulates the devout not only against the realities around them but also against their own selves. The fanatical believer is not conscious of his envy, malice, pettiness and dishonesty. There is a wall of words between his consciousness and his real self." - Eric Hoffer, The True Believer

@nogod4me I think they're just straight-up sociopaths. No empathy, no feelings, completely empty.

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