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They beat her and soaked her in a scalding bath. Such was the life of a toddler named Natalie, the white daughter parented by a mixed-race couple.
Derek Mason will spend the next 15 to 50 in prison. Abigail Springs was sentenced to 15 to 50 years in prison.
White people are known for their empathy and altruism. However, our souls have been stolen when it comes to compassion for little white children abused by non-whites. Simply by accusing us of "racism," social engineers successfully strip our consciences of their innate compassion. We passively sit back and watch horrific abuses of little white children.
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Derek Mason will spend the next 15 to 50 years in prison after being sentencing for beating up and severely burning his girlfriend's 22-month-old daughter.
Police say the child, Natalie, was assaulted at a residence in Durand. Mason was accused of heating up water in the microwave and pouring it on the girl while she was taking a bath.
Natalie survived the incident.
Mason pleaded guilty to assault charges before he was sentenced. Abigail Springs, who is Natalie's mother, also pleaded guilty to assault charges and is awaiting sentencing in Shiawassee County next month.
A Shiawassee County mother will be in prison for up to 50 years after she assaulted and abused her 22-month-old daughter. A Shiawassee County mother will be in prison for up to 50 years after she assaulted and abused her 22-month-old daughter.
Abigail Springs was sentenced to 15 to 50 years in prison on Friday in a Shiawassee County courtroom. Her boyfriend, Derrick Mason, received the same sentence earlier this fall.
Springs pleaded guilty in August to first-degree child abuse after she and Mason beat up 22-month-old Natalie and put her in a bathtub with scalding water. Natalie suffered several broken bones, internal injuries and severe burns.
The girl spent several weeks in Mott Children's Hospital at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor. She since has recovered.
A first-degree child abuse charge carries a maximum sentence of life in prison, but part of Springs' plea agreement with prosecutors included a deal for a lesser sentence.
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