Mother, grandmother and aunt, decided to kidnap a six year old to teach him a lesson about the dangers of engaging into conversations with strange people on the street.
A family from Missouri planned the kidnapping of a six year old boy, so they could teach him a lesson about talking to strangers. Apparently they considered that the boy was acting over friendly with unknown people, stated official reports.
Police officers have found out that the plot had started before the 2nd of February, when Denise Kroutil of 38 years old, approached one of her co-workers, 23 year old Nathan Firoved about the kidnapping intention. Allegedly, she asked the man to kidnap her nephew in order to give him a scare. Other accomplices of the kidnapping plan, had been the boy’s mother, Elisabeth Hupp of 25 years old and his 58 years old grandmother, Rose Brewer, both agreed that the action was necessary and it was the most effective way to teach the boy a lesson.
Investigation reports, said that Firovfed tied up the boy with plastic bags and covered his face with a jacket. After this, he drove the boy to his house, took him in the basement and left him in there. Then, the aunt of the boy came into the basement and pulled the child’s pants down and yelled that he could be a victim of children sex slavery. After a few hours, the boy was released and was preached about the danger posed by strangers.
The boy, told the whole story to the school officials, who called the Division of Family Services of Missoury.
All the family members declared that their intention was correct and all they wanted to achieve was educating the child on stranger danger, and considered they acted right.
All the four planners of the action, Brewer, Firoved, Koutil and Hup, the mother of the child, were accused of kidnapping, felonious restraint and abuse and neglect of a child.
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