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Police Find Body Of 15lb 9-Year-Old Boy - Then They Discover Something More

Children should be given care, love, and attention to ensure that they grow and develop in a healthy and safe environment. Sadly, a horrific case of negligence and abuse has emerged from Terre Haute, Indiana. Superior Court Judge, Michael Lewis, presided over the disturbing case which concerned the untimely death of a young child suffering from cerebral palsy. The 9-year-old boy was named Cameron R Hoopingarner and was found by police officers and child workers, blind, skeletally thin and severely malnourished on 21 February 2017.

It is believed that Cameron’s guardians: 56 year old, Hubert A Kraemer and 53-year-old Robin Lee Kraemer intentionally or unintentionally starved the child in their care for a long period of time. Police officers responded to a call reporting that a child was suffering from cardiac arrest in a family home close to Fontanet, approximately 60 miles west of Indianapolis. When the police arrived at the scene, they found Cameron in a terrible condition with Vigo County Sheriff, Greg Ewing stating that: “In my 26 years in this office, the pictures that I saw of Cameron and his condition were terrible, beyond terrible”. Cameron was later reported deceased at a local hospital where it was also discovered that the boy was suffering from cerebral palsy.

Mr. and Mrs. Kramer along with their son, 33-year-old Chad Allen Kraemer and his girlfriend, Sarah Beth Travioli have all been implicated in the terrible incident of negligence. All four individuals have pleaded not guilty to involvement through neglect in Cameron’s death. The defendants were set with a $250,000 bond by Superior Court Judge Lewis and it is believed that they will be represented by court-appointed attorneys. The circumstances surrounding the terrible death of young Cameron remain unclear, however, sources close to the case have indicated that drugs, alcohol and a lack of understanding for Cameron’s condition were some of the factors being considered by investigating officials.

Source: Washington Times
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