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Three Facing Charges Over Flint Child Abuse Facebook Video

We have new details about the 11-year-old Flint boy whose beating was captured on video and then posted to Facebook.

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Flint Police Investigating Possible Child Abuse Case

Flint Police are investigating a possible case of child abuse after being made aware of a video through social media. The video shows what appears to be a woman hitting a belt multiple times.

According to the Flint Police, two individuals - a man and a woman - are in custody with the incident

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First-Degree Child Abuse Charge for Flint Man

A 28-year-old Flint man has been charged with first-degree child abuse as his 4-month-old daughter remains in critical condition with a fractured skull, rib fracture and bruising.

According to WNEM,

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Snyder Signs ‘Dominick’s Law’ Strengthening Penalties for Child Abuse

Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation known as "Dominick's Law' on Tuesday which strengthens penalties for child abuse in Michigan and adds penalties for abuse in front of another individual.

The bills, sponsored by State Reps

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Child Abuse Advocates Expand Awareness through Road Race, Merchandise

Family, friends and followers of Dominick Calhoun’s life, murder, and the trial of his killer Brandon Hayes have not been relaxing now that the justice has been served in the court system. With legislation written in Dominick’s name still in the Michigan House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, the group has turned to other ways to promote child abuse awareness and camaraderie with group members

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CDC: Child Abuse, Neglect Cost United States Billions

Child abuse and neglect doesn’t only have a huge social impact, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control it has is a huge financial burden.

The report released Wednesday found that just one year of confirmed cases of child maltreatment – meaning physical abuse, sexual abuse, psychological abuse and neglect – costs about $124 billion.

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