Child abuse is an emerging global epidemic and not just a serious national problem. There are cases of child abuse around the world.
There are many different types of child abuse, including physical, emotional, sexual and psychological abuse, which children in many different countries commonly experience. In many different nations there are different views about children and what constitutes appropriate behavior.
Traditional cultural practices are often harmful and traumatic to children. Regardless of the type of abuse, the result is serious emotional damage. Signs of child abuse include unexplained bruising, overly aggressive behavior, lack of necessities, and drastic changes in behavior and eating habits.
Unfortunately, child abuse remains rampant around the world, including in the United States — and Ares Baros from New Mexico is just one of the children who was abused.
In a deeply disturbing incident, eighteen-month-old Ares Baroz suffered brain hemorrhage and fractures to his skull, legs and shoulders when he died the day before Thanksgiving in 2016, court records say.
Miranda Rabago was 27 at the time when she took Ares to Christ St. Vincent Regional Medical Center after allegedly finding him unconscious in his crib. The boy was rushed to the University of New Mexico Hospital as doctors soon realized he was in terrible condition.
Ares had multiple shattered bones, a fractured skull, and a condition known as “black brain” caused by repeated, violent shaking.
The little boy then died two days later.
Ares’ injuries were believed to have occurred over a period of time. He suffered a total of six fractures, including fractures in his tibia, fibia and collarbone in addition to his skull injury.
Not only did Ares suffer from malnutrition and neglect, but he also suffered from fractured skulls, persistent cerebral hemorrhage, and bruises on both ear cartilages.
In a DailyMail report: Hospital officials suspected the toddler had been injured and alerted authorities. When a criminal complaint was filed, the youth had bruises and red spots on his face, which the investigator noticed.
Rabago told police she woke up from a nap to find he had fallen in his crib in the southwestern apartment she shared with a friend and his 8-year-old son. Investigators then searched Ares’ home and found marijuana pipes in numerous areas of the home, while Ares’ room smelled of vomit and discovered a sippy cup of rotten milk and blood on a pillow in his cot. However, Rabago said that when she woke up around 7am the boy looked normal and had no marks on the day he was taken to the medical center and insisted that she not hit her son.
But the Santa Fe New Mexican reported that a doctor informed authorities the boy suffered from “black brain,” head damage that led to violent shaking. Doctors there made terrible discoveries that painted a very different picture of the child’s suffering than what the mother said. when Rabago took her unconscious child to the hospital.
Rabago, who is expecting another child, said she put Ares in his cot after he nodded off after they slept on a mattress in the living room until noon, but when she woke up at 5am, Rabago claimed she spotted it Ares didn’t move when she checked on him.
However, in a chilling way, Assistant District Attorney Susan Stinson claimed investigators discovered a photo of Ares on Rabago’s cellphone with the words “thug life” written in black marker on his stomach and a fake tattoo of the word “loco” on his forehead.
Authorities then determined how the youth was being treated at home.
Miranda Rabago was then sentenced to six years in prison after pleading guilty to five counts of child molestation for failing to attend to Ares’ various injuries, and later pleaded not in Santa Fe District Court in an Albuquerque Journal report guilty.
She could serve up to 21 years in prison and pay a $20,000 fine.
Stephen Taylor, one of Rabago’s attorneys, said:
“It’s difficult to look at something like this and think the worst about this type of image, especially given what we know so far. I just want to warn everyone not to believe there is any truth to this evidence if we haven’t gotten it all yet to see the whole picture, the whole story of what led to Ares’ death.”
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