Nicholas Williams Charged with Child Cruelty for Allegedly Beating 2 Year Old Daughter to Death Because she Soiled Her Diapers

Nicholas Williams charged with child cruelty for allegedly spanking his two year old daughter so hard she died because she soiled her diapers.

Some people just don’t deserve to have children. Nicholas Williams was arrested last week after he allegedly spanked his two year old daughter so hard that she died. Why? Because she soiled her diapers. They should feed him some of his feces too while he’s behind bars and beat him if he refuses to eat it.

According to the arrest affidavit, police and paramedics responded to a 911 call made by a woman saying that the child was not breathing at a residence in Austin, Texas, on May 23. When police arrived, they found Williams holding his unresponsive daughter. The officer began performing CPR on the child until paramedics arrived. But an hour later, after being taken to the hospital, she was pronounced dead.

Williams told police that he lightly spanked the girl with a belt because he caught her eating poop. He said her lips were already purple when he caught her eating the poop and believed this was because she was crying since she knew she would be in trouble. He said that he then put her down for a nap. When he checked on her later, he noticed there was blood and vomit on the bed where the girl was lying. He also said the girl was unresponsive and did not appear to be breathing. Source: MyFoxAustin

This is so reprehensible. The child had bruises all over her body. Why was Nicholas Williams only charged with injury to a child, which is a first degree felony, and not murder.

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 Nicholas Williams Charged with Child Cruelty for Allegedly Beating 2 Year Old Daughter to Death Because she Soiled Her Diapers
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