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Horrific Abuse Videotaped

Posted by Sandra On September - 2 - 2011

Arrested: Jessica Callaway is accused of beating her 10-month-old daughter

PHOENIX – This valley mother was accused of blowing pot smoke into her 10-month old baby’s mouth because she wouldn’t stop crying — but there’s more. The young mom’s roommate grabbed her cell phone and started filming the abuse — and police are sharing that video with FOX 10. Police say 21-year-old Jessica Callaway told them she hit her baby because she was having a bad day and couldn’t find an outfit to wear that night.

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http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/dpp/news/crime/child-abuse-caught-on-cell-phone-video-8-31-2011

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  1. Urban Safety Solutions Says:

    What a sad example of a parent. This baby should be permanently taken away from the mother.

    Posted on September 6th, 2011 at 10:12 pm

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