A mum has been accused of trying to kill her one-year-old baby by pouring bleach down his feeding tubes. Mother-of-two Brooke Evelyn Lucas, from Perth, Australia, was charged yesterday with unlawful intent to kill or endanger human life, 9news reports. Little William was born 14 weeks premature and suffers from a rare disease called Pierre Robin sequence. He requires a tube to eat and breathe. The chronically ill tot, now 13 months, needs constant care and has spent most of his life in and out of hospital. Police allege his year-old mum put the cleaning chemical down his tubes five days after Christmas, on December William had just been discharged from Perth Children's Hospital and was rushed back in after the alleged bleach incident.
It's even more addictive than drug addictions because the images are directly stored in the memory and imagination which remain long after viewing Internet pornography, altering the structure and function of the brain," said Dr. She also says it's the medium of the message that has a more significant role than the content in altering the functional connectivity of the brain—specifically that high speed Internet can rewire the pleasure center, especially when coupled with pornographic images. Studies show that those who view Internet pornography for hours each week have decreased gray matter, a major component of central nervous system, than those who do not view it.
In an old home movie, young Natalie is laughing and running around with a soccer ball. But a few years later, that laughing, carefree young girl was sold for sex allegedly through the website, Backpage. She estimates she was paid for sex over times, and she firmly believes that the site made it possible for her pimp to post ads offering her for sex over and over again. All day, every day. Natalie is now a year-old mother with a toddler and another baby on the way.