“The night before Tyler DeLeon turned 7, he was so thirsty he ripped a hole in the screen of his bedroom window to eat snow. By the next evening, Tyler was dead. He weighed just 28 pounds, the size of an average 2-year-old.

Dehydration is the official cause of death, but authorities think Tyler suffered a variety of abuses at the hands of his adoptive mother, Carole DeLeon, a woman who led a seemingly ordinary life as a paralegal with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Spokane. Records released this week by the state Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) say that between 1988 and 2005, DeLeon had deprived at least four other adoptive or foster children of food and that she was accused of punishing her biological children by withholding food, as well. Yet DSHS didn’t recognize the pattern until after Tyler died in January 2005. The records, which document DeLeon’s history.”

The picture of this woman speaks volumes: crying, wailing, and gnashing of teeth and being arrested for homicide by child abuse. It’s all about her and her grief at being busted, the kids being a distant irrelevant consideration. She shows no more concern for the consequence of her dysfunctional behavior on children Read the article: the typical Anti-Mentality. I have said for years that there is a correlation between a compulsion for control and child abuse. Washington Department of Health and Human Services has enough time to mandate “Smoke Free” environments, but cannot be bothered to identify and stop death by starvation or thirst in foster homes. The Agenda Afflicted are losers I the worst extreme: their repugnant compulsion to control others overrides common decency and sense. Time to clean out the entire nest of filth in state government executive branch offices.

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