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    How can a caregiver be so cruel

    Horrible to think someone could have such little respect for a child. A system that is supposed to help these children has completely failed. Thankfully there are those that fight for justice for theses children. To bad the system didn’t fight as hard before tragedy. Was well written evokes feelings of sadness for the child, anger at the parents & system, relief at justice served.
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    Good book

    Truly horrendous to know this happens every single day.
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    No One Can Hurt Him Anymore

    Often as I was reading this book I found it necessary to put it down and take a break. As a mother and grandmother I was diminished to tears at the mental and physical abuse that that poor little boy had to endure. I thank God for the dedication of Scott Cupp in his efforts to make justice prevail. I have never written a review on any books I’ve read since my school days but this book affected me right to the core. I pray that A J is resting peacefully and that Jessica is never again free.
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    Excellent read.

    Very well written and couldn't put the book down. This was such a sad story. Hard to believe things like this still take place. Felt so sorry for the little boy and all he had to endure. Also so disgusted by both the stepmother and also the father as he let this happen and sometimes participated in the embarrassment of the child. Could not believe the social workers let this happen whatever the reason.
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    Truly heartbreaking!

    Thank goodness for those who truly advocate for those that can not!
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