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Childcare Gone Wrong-Cautionary Tales

Tuesday, December 30, 2008.

4-year-old who lost parents in Mumbai attack dies of long-term illness
Another tragedy befell the family of Mumbai attack victims Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg on Tuesday, as long-term illness claimed the life of the couple's 4-year-old son.

Dov Holtzberg, the brother of Moshe who was saved from the terrorist attack in Mumbai last month by his Indian nanny, had been struggling with a genetic illness since birth.


Babysitter accused of assaulting boy - Toronto
A 36-year-old Toronto man has been charged with sexually assaulting a boy he was babysitting. The 10-year-old victim was allegedly assaulted over the course of two years while in the care of the adult, Toronto Police said yesterday. "He would get to know families and eventually end up babysitting for them," Det. Liz Benoit said. "The investigation is continuing and there could be other victims out there."

Thomas Chung Tam has been charged with sexual assault, and two counts each of sexual interference and sexual exploitation.

Babysitter accused of child endangering - Montgomery
A Montgomery woman is under arrest after the child she was supposed to be watching was found wandering in the street. Jennifer Dula, 41, is charged with child endangering and obstruction. Her next court hearing is Jan. 12.

The incident occurred Dec. 20 but charges were just filed this week. According to Montgomery police, contractors found a small child walking down the middle of Wimbeldon Court around 7 p.m. Police were unable to find the parents.

5 Comments:

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4:51 AM  
Anonymous careprovider said...

This proves how careful parents should be when hiring a nanny or a babysitter.

6:06 AM  
Anonymous Micheal said...

This is a horrible news. How can we trust childcare service?

1:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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10:29 AM  

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