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Evil exists! And whether it comes as an obvious threat that everyone can identify or camouflaged as a loving and caring grandma, we must always be vigilant and aware of the signs...those tiny clues that we sometimes miss.

And in seems that’s exactly what took place in Oklahoma City inside the seemingly normal home of Geneva Robinson, 51, who pleaded guilty to five counts of felony child abuse on April 13.

No doubt the signs were there when Robinson in 2014 took her 7-year old granddaughter to a hospital claiming she couldn’t control the child, there were signs of physical abuse, especially when it was later revealed that her granddaughter was hung by a dog leash from a ceiling in the garage and whipped, and not allowed to go to school.

Moreover, a shocking uncovered video shows the child being tortured and emotionally tormented and hysterically crying for her grandmother to stop the depraved assault.

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The video captures the child pleading “I won’t hit, grandma. I won’t be mean,” as Robinson dressed as “Nelda the Witch,” looms over the frightened child, while other children also appear in the video screaming; “Oh no! She might take the doggies!”

Robinson’s boyfriend, 33-year-old Joshua Granger, also abused the children pretending to be a demon named "Coogro."

However the heartbreaking abuse didn’t stop there Robinson was also accused of burning her granddaughter with cigarettes, striking her, not letting her eat, cutting her, and forcing her to sleep outside with the dogs.

Thankfully the nightmare came to an end when Robinson was sentenced to three life sentences behind bars, and her boyfriend Granger to a life sentence for his role in the abuse.

Prosecutor Meredith Easter said the children were defenseless. “It’s our job to protect children,” Easter said. “Children can’t protect themselves. She (Robinson), deserves the same amount of mercy that she showed this child, and that's none."

Do you think this sentence is fitting for the deranged and depraved child abuse she committed?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: WBRC

 

 

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