He was chained to a cage in a room full of rats and snakes by his mum Rachel Trelfa, 31, and her lesbian partner Nyomi Fee, 29, who have today been convicted of killing the two-year-old boy. One of the seven-year-old boys was tied naked to a chair and left overnight in a room by Fee. He was forced to eat his own vomit and warned that a boa constrictor just feet away "ate naughty little boys". He also said Fee had showed him a sawing machine which she alleged she had used to kill his father. She left me there all night. The youngster detailed a catalogue of abuse he allegedly suffered at the hands of Trelfa and Fee - and gave a horrific account of being forced to eat his own vomit. My sick.
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The boy, who cannot be named, told police his hands and feet would be bound with cable ties to the makeshift cell constructed out of a fireguard and bars. The child also described how he would sometimes have his hands tied behind his back and would have objects placed on him to ensure he did not move. The pair deny murdering Trelfa's two-year-old son, Liam Fee at their home in Fife during March and falsely blaming his death on another young boy. They also plead not guilty to a catalogue of allegations of wilfully ill-treating and neglecting two young boys over a period of more than two years. The court also heard allegations that, on the night Liam died, one of the accused forced one of the young boy's hand into the mouth of toddler.
Those words--from the criminal complaint against Michael Rogers, 28, and his wife Angeline, 28, of Brillion, Wis. Much more is expected to come out in court this week. Last Sunday we reported about the courage of that year-old boy. According to Brillion police, he and his 9-year-old brother were thrown out of the house by their mother on a degree night with no coats, no shoes, no socks. The year-old, barefoot, walked alone in the night to the Brillion police station, hoping that someone would help him. He walked into the station, saw Officer Edward Hofkens, whom he recognized as the police department's liaison officer to the Brillion Elementary School.
This confronting image, meant to represent a ''chemical cage'' of drugs to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, is part of an exhibition called Ritalin by photographer Sean O'Carroll. A photograph of an unnamed boy in a cage features in Sean O'Carroll's exhibition about Ritalin. O'Carroll, a former teacher, said the exhibition expressed his concern about the widespread administering of what he called addictive mind-altering drugs to young boys, which was ''a catastrophic failure on the part of our society to deal with the challenge of raising active, energetic and 'difficult' boys''. I feel like it's a dangerous abuse of their rights as human beings. The show, which opens in Melbourne in July, features seven boys, including O'Carroll's sons Moses, 4, and Elijah, 3, as well as two nephews and the sons of friends. O'Carroll said the boys were ''very enthusiastic'' about appearing in the photos. The Melbourne photographer said he had deliberately made the images confronting. O'Carroll's strong views are shared by the West Australian Labor politician Martin Whitely, who describes Ritalin as a ''chemical cage'' and has called for an end to federal government subsidising of Ritalin. Professor Jon Jureidini, head of the department of psychological medicine at Adelaide Women's and Children's Hospital, said there was increasing evidence of Ritalin's long-term detrimental affects on the brain, particularly for children whose brains were in a ''state of flux''.