The U.S. military is reportedly instructing soldiers to look the other way while young boys are raped and abused by Afghan soldiers on U.S. military bases.

American soldiers are instructed to look the other way when they encounter child rape on U.S. military bases because it is their “culture” over there.

A common Afghanistan expression goes: “Women are for children, boys are for pleasure.”

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Daniel Cox Jayceon Chrystie

A Kentucky man was arrested and charged with the murder of his 4-month-old son after he was seen beating the infant while driving on a highway.

The infant’s mother, Kimberly Chrystie, told police the baby’s father, Daniel Cox, asked if he could take the boy out for a visit Thursday, according to WLKY-TV.

Chrystie told police Cox was gone with their son for 2 hours.

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Two appeals court judges in Argentina overruled a lower court’s prison sentence for a child abuser because, the judges ruled that the six-year-old victim is gay, and therefore he is accustomed to homosexual behavior because his own father molested him.

The judge’s ruling implied that the boy, who is is now 11, is transgender.

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Justin Whittington

A 23-year-old man who was caught on surveillance video punching his young son in the face is being held on $1 million bond.

Justin Whittington was arrested early Friday morning after the owner of Vest Market in Bakersfield uploaded the shocking video to Facebook.com on Thursday.

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A convenience store surveillance video captured a case of child abuse that resulted in the arrest of a 23-year-old man.

The video shows a toddler running through the aisle of Vest Market in downtown Bakersfield.

A man pursued the boy down the aisle as the boy held his arms out in a defensive gesture. The man is then seen punching the child in the face. The force of the blow sent the child sprawling on the floor.

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A Florida father demonstrated the proper way to beat his child — legally. The unnamed dad wanted to beat his 12-year-old daughter for fighting with her sister. But he feared the assault would land him behind bars for child abuse. So he called the Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office to oversee the child abuse.

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