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Posted by Sandra On February - 27 - 2011

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The details of Nubia Barahona’s death are grisly: Soaked in toxic chemicals, decomposed and stuffed in a garbage bag, she was found rotting on the shoulder of the interstate on Valentines Day. Authorities believe she had been stashed in a septic tank for weeks before her adoptive father dug up her corpse.

Statistically, however, Nubia’s story is rather common: She is one of hundreds of Florida children who died of abuse or neglect during the last decade after child welfare authorities had performed at least one investigation into their welfare. Florida not only leads the United States in the number of such deaths, it dominates the nation.

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http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/florida/fl-barahona-dcf-policy-20110227,0,3754006.story










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  1. Skye Bear Says:

    People in Florida (specifically, Child Protective Services) need to pay much better attention to signs of physical, mental, emotional, or sexual child abuse. The state of Florida should not dominate child abuse in the nation, there needs to be something done. ASAP! As a concerned citizen of the United States, I think it should be said. Florida? You need severe help with this problem.

    Posted on March 29th, 2011 at 11:54 am

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