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Dad Posts To Facebook To Help Prosecute The Babysitter He Claims Abused His Child

By Ace Nichols
May 29, 2016

An Oregon prosecutor told WTOL 11, “child abuse cases are often very difficult to prosecute, because of the way Oregon law is written. State statute requires a prosecutor to prove beyond a reasonable doubt there substantial pain and serious physical injury to the child, and when there is no witness to the act and the child is too young to say he or she was in pain, the burden of proof is high.”

Marbury’s Facebook post has now been shared nearly 400,000 times since last week and continues to spark outrage from all over the world. Hopefully it’s enough to help this family in prosecuting this babysitter who abused their precious baby boy and to bring peace and closure to this family.