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09/18/2009 03:41 AM ID: 80754 Permalink   

Girl is Beaten and Has Head Shaved for Punishment


In Florida, a 34-year-old father is being held in Hillsborough County Jail on charges of mental and physical abuse of his daughter. Jose Ajpacaja-Ajiataz says that his daughter had stolen jewelry from Wal-Mart and then played a Game Boy without asking.

Ajpacaja-Ajiataz admits that he shaved off her hair, but insists he did not beat her with a belt as the charges claim. Starting on Friday night, it is alleged that he had beaten his daughter with a belt for her punishment.

On Saturday it is alleged that he continued to punish her. This time the punishment was having her hair shaved off so that she could learn that what she had done was wrong.

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  I'm all down with beating your kids  
but I draw the line at turning your kid into britney spears
  by: m.i.a.elite     09/18/2009 05:15 AM     
  Yes in Flor-i-duh ;-)  
I don't mind punishing your kids either. I just don't need belts and hair clippers to get the point across.

The girls age wasn't mentioned but I know how sensitive my two are about hair cuts and I couldn't imagine how embarrased and shamed she must be feeling. There are just so many other ways to punish kids without going to extremes.

I know some guys here might be like so what? It's hair and it grows back. You would be 100% correct in that. The problem is little girls are raised with all the ponytails and make sure your hair looks nice comments that make them think your hair is part of your beauty.

Little boys are lucky in many ways because most can just have a crew cut and go on with business. How many little girl crew cuts do you see around?
  by: TaraB     09/18/2009 05:32 AM     
  Tough call  
Belt beatings, though traumatic, are over quickly.

Head shavings, though painless, linger for months or even years.

Stealing's bad. No question but, I don't know. My daughter(as I've mentioned) is quite perfect.
  by: VermiciousG     09/18/2009 07:05 AM     
I don't have much if any problems with my girls either. They worse thing they do is scream at each other and once in awhile one of them gets hurt when a passing toy or book makes it target.

If she stole from Wal-Mart make her take it back and apologize.

The Game Boy well either put it up where she can't get it or lock it in the trunk of your car if all else fails.

The problem I have with a belt or switch is that I have seen too many kids that didn't get just one or two but many because the person hitting them is angry and loses it. That's my experience, everyones milage may vary.

The hair I just can not understand at all. She is going to have some major issues with that one and depending on her age her peers will probably tease her at first and she will want to hide in her room.

Kids need to be taught lessons and learn what is right and wrong I mean we see enough of what happens if they aren't parented, but this is leaning toward the extreme IMO.
  by: TaraB     09/18/2009 10:03 AM     
These kinds of parent are not alone..

ONLY are dubbed differently. HONOUR, Or, NOT.
  by: skcusswentrohs     09/18/2009 05:40 PM     
it is true the father did't beat his daughter then the head shave is not a so big punishment for that i think, let the punishment not be bigger for the little girl.
  by: vizhatlan     09/18/2009 09:27 PM     
"These kinds of parent are not alone.."

That is very true and there needs to be a stop to the honor killings and beatings. The world today has changed and people of all faiths, colors, lifestyles and ideaology come together every day. Antiquated punishments do not have a role in todays society.
  by: TaraB     09/19/2009 03:03 AM     
  Crazy thing  
No one on shortnews covered the Ann Le or Jaycee Dugard investigations. Neither did I. Were we all just to horrified?
  by: VermiciousG     09/19/2009 06:39 AM     
I wrote it up when the news first broke, the day before the police conference. With everything that has been released since I haven't been able to because it is too disturbing for me.

I have been waiting for someone to post the Le summary, but it seems no one was interested in it.
  by: TaraB     09/19/2009 07:00 AM     
  When The Ones You Turn To  
Become the ones you fear, something is desperately wrong.

Poor kid.
  by: ichi     09/19/2009 07:54 AM     
I'd be willing to bet that we're all interested in it. Maybe it all just moved too fast. I've been following them but I just read it and try to force it out of my mind. I don't like thinking about them.
  by: VermiciousG     09/19/2009 07:13 PM     
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