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At the trial Ronnie and the doctor testified for the prosecution while Rosa testified for and in her behalf and claimed that she did not deliberately inflict the physical injuries suffered by Ronnie to maltreat or malign him but only as a disciplinary act that, as a school teacher, she could reasonably do for the development of a child like Ronnie.
There are three main identifiable groups of women who maltreat their children: Those who maltreat their children as punishment for some sort of wrong-doing; those who abandon them in order to be free to have fun with men; and those who abandon them on the altar of poverty.
He sees His own people, so loved by Him, the recipients of so many of HIS benefits, who now maltreat Him with infernal howls and hissing, and, with a great shout, demand His death--the death on the Cross.
Turning to the press bench, he added: "These pictures should be published so that people know the courts will not be slow to deal with those who maltreat animals this way."
He said the LMRA had received information that a businessman used to maltreat his workers and deprive them of their basic rights.
It is beyond me how anyone can take a pet and maltreat it.
The 22-year-old US Army reservist admitted two charges of conspiracy to maltreat prisoners, four of maltreating prisoners, andone of committing an indecent act.
Gardo also had the drinking habit that sometimes led him to violently maltreat Berna every time they quarreled which was very often.
The ministry warned from any manipulations or actions that would maltreat the consumers, stressing that the Ministry's supervisors are ready at all times to check on shops violating laws in all markets.
She admitted two counts of conspiracy to maltreat prisoners, four of maltreating prisoners and one of committing an indecent act.
Graner is charged with conspiracy to maltreat detainees, dereliction of duty, maltreatment of detainees, assaulting detainees, indecent acts, adultery and obstruction of justice.
The 22-year-old US Army reservist entered her pleas to two counts of conspiracy to maltreat prisoners, four counts of maltreating prisoners and one count of committing an indecent act.