UPDATE: 5 YEAR OLD BOY & SIBLINGS LEFT ALONE WHILE ABUSIVE GHETTO PARENTS WENT OUT AT MIDNIGHT

So what kind of asshole ghetto parents leave 6 children at home by themselves ages 15, 12, 11, 9, 5 and 2 while the assholes go out a midnight. I will tell you who, irresponsible asshole ghetto parents who have 6, yes SIX children, that is who. I don’t care if the oldest is 15, there are still a 5 and 2 year old by themselves without parental supervision at home at midnight, and especially when the the five year old who died has epilepsy. I mean what were these assholes thinking. But then these parents have a history of not only domestic abuse but 8 visits by Children Services where child abuse and neglect were evident on all 8 visits, yet those children still stayed in this house of horrors. What is the purpose of this fucked up agency if they do not do their job and do not take children out of a violent home.

Also as far as the parents go, rip those ovaries and the testicles out of the horrible violent baby machine makers. All the wrong people have children and too many of them to boot.

Now let’s hear from the ghetto crowd, how these parents were wonderful caring parents.

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From The Daily News:

Child welfare workers made 13 visits to Queens parents before death of 5-year-old boy

 

145-19 109 Ave Jamaica NY

145-19 109 Ave Jamaica NY

The two-family home in Queens where 5-year-old Michael Guzman was found dead Sunday afternoon.

(Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News)

The parents of a 5-year-old boy found dead Sunday were visited by child welfare investigators 13 times before the fatal tragedy struck, police sources said.

Phyllis Reinoso told police she found her son, Michael Guzman, unconscious in bed with vomit coming out of his mouth at 4:45 p.m., sources said.

The tot had been dead for 12 hours in the home on 109th Ave. near Inwood St. His body temperature was 86 degrees, according to sources.

Reinoso told detectives she and the father — also named Michael Guzman — had left little Michael with his siblings, ages 15, 12, 11, 9 and 2, while she went to a friend’s house a block away around midnight.

Before leaving, the parents gave the child his medicine for epilepsy. Michael suffered from frequent seizures, the parents told detectives, according to sources.

When the mom returned around 2:30 a.m., Michael had fallen asleep on the couch with his 9-year-old sister.

Reinoso noticed Michael was having trouble breathing, possibly because his sister had fallen asleep with her leg across his stomach, sources said. The parents put Michael to bed and he seemed fine, they told cops, according to sources.

Reinoso and the elder Guzman were home all of Sunday and didn’t check on Michael because they thought he was sleeping, sources said.

It wasn’t until 4:10 p.m. that they thought to check on the child, sources said.

A spokesman with the city Medical Examiner said there were no signs of trauma on Michael’s body and that the cause of death was still being determined.The troubling circumstances surrounding Michael’s death raised questions yet again about the city’s oversight.

Of the 13 visits to parents by the Administration for Children’s Services, eight were “indicated” — meaning that social workers saw enough evidence to support a claim that a child was abused or neglected, sources said. It wasn’t clear if the 13 visits pertained to Michael or his siblings.

Five visits concluded with unfounded claims of abuse.

Police sources said cops had previously responded to domestic violence incidents at the home.

Neighbor Kylee Green, 19, who lives across the street, said Michael’s parents frequently fought.

“I could hear them from the street,” he said. “They got in a lot of arguments, there was always a lot of screaming. I saw the cops come out a couple of times.”

He had not noticed ACS workers visiting the house.

“He was a cute kid,” Green added, referring to Michael. “It’s sad something like that could happen.”

Michael’s death came less than a month after the city released a report that concluded “a perfect storm of human errors” led ACS to fail to prevent the September death of 6-year-old Zymere Perkins in Harlem.

Also in December, a 3-year-old boy in Brooklyn, Jaden Jordan, was beaten to death by his mother’s boyfriend, police said.

The Daily News reported that child welfare investigators had received a tip about abuse at Jaden’s home three days before he was beaten into a coma.

The tip incorrectly reported the address next door to the victim’s apartment — a mistake that took three days for investigators to realize.

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