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Hillary Adams says her father Judge William Adams ‘needs help’

Hillary Adams has spoken about her decision to release a video of her father, Texas judge William Adams, allegedly beating her with a belt back in 2004. Since the video went viral, Adams has allegedly been targeted by a police investigation.

Speaking outside her mother’s home in Portland, Texas, Hillary Adams alleged that the beating was not a one-off and that she thinks her father ‘needs help’. She also admitted that she wasn’t sure if releasing the video had been the right thing to do, but that the public reaction had been generally positive.

Judge William Adams has allegedly received threats, and a neighbour reported allegedly seeing the judge and his girlfriend packing items into a truck and leaving their home. Speaking briefly to local media, Adams allegedly said he had apologised for losing his temper.

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  1. In 31 nations, child corporal punishment is prohibited by law (with more in process). In fact, the US was the only UN member that did not ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The US also has the highest incarceration rate in the world.

    The US states with the highest crime rates, poorest academic performance, highest obesity rates and health problems, and largest public welfare burdens are also the ones with the highest rates of child corporal punishment.

    Of all the things prison inmates lacked in their upbringing, “spanking” certainly wasn’t one of them.

    There is simply no evidence to suggest that child/adolescent/teenage-only “spanking” instills virtue.

    Posted by pdeverit | November 6, 2011, 2:00 am

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