When Demetris Payne saw a missed call from her son's junior high school, she knew something was wrong. With a sigh, the single mom of four from Shreveport, Louisiana, called back. A school official said her year-old son Jadarien was suspended for three days for talking back to his teacher. She was told to pick him up right away. As soon as the pair got home, Payne took away her son's cellphone and video games.
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She allegedly threatened to "embarrass" her son over his behavior, police say. A year-old Georgia woman was arrested on child cruelty charges after she allegedly stripped her year-old son naked and forced him to walk outside his elementary school naked as punishment, PEOPLE confirms. Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Click here to get breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases in the True Crime Newsletter. Cole allegedly struck her son in the head with an open hand while walking behind him in the parking lot, Pierce says.
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Punishment needs to vary according to the offence and to the individual. I do not advocate a one size fits all approach by any means. For the sensitive boy this would be the totally wrong approach and I would not consider it. But for the boisterous, testosterone driven boy, in danger of getting too big for his boots then I think humiliation is the ideal approach to corporal punishment in the home. We our a very conservative, traditional family where modesty has been taught from early on.
O f all the secrets of war, there is one that is so well kept that it exists mostly as a rumour. It is usually denied by the perpetrator and his victim. Governments, aid agencies and human rights defenders at the UN barely acknowledge its possibility. Yet every now and then someone gathers the courage to tell of it. This is just what happened on an ordinary afternoon in the office of a kind and careful counsellor in Kampala, Uganda.