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6-Year-Old Kidnapped to Teach Him Not to Be “Too Nice”
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Missouri family members kidnap their boy to teach him a lesson.

Summary: A family in Lincoln County, MO, has their 6-year-old boy kidnapped to teach him a lesson.

Sometimes the best sign that you are putting your heart into a thing – your work, a romance, parenting, whatever – is that you add some creative flair. Yes, but hold on to your common sense, and don’t be like the relatives of this 6-year-old boy who arranged to have him kidnapped to teach him the harsh realities life may have in store for him.

  
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The boy’s 38-year-old aunt, Denise Kroutil, his mother, Elizabeth Hupp, 25, and his grandmother, Rose Brewer, 58, hatched a plan to involve a man, 23-year-old Nathan Firoved, of nearby Troy, outside St. Louise, to kidnap the boy and teach him not to be so nice.

The man obliged, luring the boy into his pickup truck after he got off his school bus, and then telling him he would never “see his mommy again” but instead would be “nailed to the wall of a shed.”

Four hours more of this peculiar lesson involved the boy getting tied up with plastic bags, his face smothered in a jacket, and the aunt removing the boy’s pants and telling him he would be “sold into sex slavery.”

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If the six-year-old knew what this meant, that would be sad enough, and it seems, by the by, that the take home lesson he has is that relatives are crazy, and it’s not the world so much as your own family you have to watch out for.

As for the instructive adults in this case, all four are jailed with a bail requirement of $250,000 cash. It seems the “too nice” young boy told school officials about his adventure, and has since been placed into custody.



“Family members told investigators their primary intent was to educate the victim and felt they did nothing wrong,” said a statement from the family. Perhaps by “primary intent” they meant “only intent,” unless having fun was another intention? Hard to say, though while creativity is recommended in any endeavor, as we said, common sense counts for something too, and having a 6-year-old kidnapped might not be the best way to teach him to trust his family and their advice.

Are these family members really so bad?

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News Source: Huffington Post



 

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