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Grandmother Kills Autistic Grandson, Self

Posted by Sandra On October - 20 - 2010

Crestline Woman Kills Autistic Grandson, Self

CRESTLINE ( KTLA) — The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department says a woman shot her 9-year-old grandson to death and then turned the gun on herself. A sheriff’s statement says James Snyder found his 50-year-old wife, Denise, and the unidentified boy dead in their rural Crestline home at about 5:30 p.m. Monday. The Snyders have had custody of the boy since his birth.



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  1. aspergeriansrule Says:

    It’s not always parents, grandparents or others who abuse autistics. Case in point, this week, it’s been reported that an autistic adult at Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, California suffered an adverse reaction to hospital administered Haldol, while attending RN and a one to one sitter FAILED to notice. Patient was left for severeal hours in state of crisis (head tilted backwards, tongue protruding, gurgling, neck and trunk frozen, eyes rolling back in head, etc…). Not until mother arrived to check on son, and started screaming her son needed medical attention, was a medical emergency declared, and nurses took action. Indeed, Cogentin was administered IV, to reverse adverse reaction, a reaction he’d been left in to suffer while a “sitter” sat there watching TV and his RN had been in and out of room, but failed to notice signs and symptoms. Later, when mother interrogated staff, one nurse said, “I just thought that was the way he always acted.” Nevermind he walked into hospital bolting through hallways and hitting himself, very much alert.

    Posted on January 11th, 2011 at 11:03 pm

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