Black Kids Are Living In Terror Zones Called Black Homes!
By Tommy Sotomayor
Yeah, I understand that I will be called out for saying this but the majority of black kids are born in to war zones! They are not wanted by their mothers or fathers and they are usually pawns in the games being played by shallow adults! I call them shallow because most of us care more about ourselves than others and that wouldnt be a problem were it not for the fact that kids need all of your attention and love so do not have them if you do not have that much of yourself to give up.
The men are just looking for a quick nut and the government is looking for a way of keeping blacks impoverished! The man in this case somehow got custody of his son and ended up going to jail! Watch my news story as well as read the news story below and give your opinion!
JEFFERSON SIEGEL/NEW YORK DAILY NEWSKryzie King, 27, has been charged with first-degree assault, reckless endangerment and unlawful imprisonment in connection with the death of Myls Dobson, 4, her boyfriend’s son.
He was a victim of unimaginable cruelty — beaten, burned, starved, gagged and exposed wearing only shorts and a T-shirt to record-breaking cold.
And to cap the torture, according to prosecutors, the 4-year-old boy’s hulking baby-sitter watched him die.
Myls Dobson, 4, ‘completely shut down’ while baby-sitter Kryzie King stood by, prosecutors say.
The shocking new details — as heartbreaking as they are infuriating — emerged Friday from court records and law enforcement sources. They stand in stark contrast to Kryzie King’s initial claims that she was in another room at her W. 48th St. apartment when Myls Dobson fell unconscious in the bathroom.
“She watched Myls die right in front of her eyes,” Assistant District Attorney Nicole Blumberg said at King’s arraignment. “He slumped over in the bathroom. His eyes were unfocused … his eyes were fluttering. She watched him completely shut down.”
Mother Ashlee Dobson and son Myls, 4, who died Wednesday at a Midtown hospital.
About three weeks before his death on Wednesday, the little boy’s father, Okee Wade, dropped Myls off with King. She became the primary caregiver. Instead of care, this is what he got, according to police sources and court records:
Okee Wade, Myls’ father, was arrested Dec. 19 on bank fraud charges. He is in a New Jersey jail.
- Myls was burned on his right leg with a hot metal rack from an oven, as King wore oven mitts.
- His last full meal was on Dec. 26. The last time he ate anything was on Jan. 3.
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Wade’s girlfriend, Kryzie King, is escorted out of a police precinct in Manhattan on Thursday. King had a history of generosity toward little Myls, taking him to Broadway shows, planning trips for him and buying him expensive clothes.
- He lost 20 to 25 pounds.
Myls lost 20 to 25 pounds while under King’s care. His last full meal was on Dec. 26, and the last time he ate anything was Jan. 3, according to records and police sources.
- King used shoelaces to bind Myls to a chair. She gagged him with a cloth so he wouldn’t scream. That was punishment for spilling perfume.
- Myls was locked outside on the 11th-floor balcony on Jan. 7 for up to an hour, as the wind chill dipped well below zero. He was wearing shorts and a T-shirt.
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Family friend Virgil Robinson, Myls’ mother, Ashlee Dobson, and her mother, Faye Dobson. The bereft relatives say they’d never met the woman charged in connection with Myls’ death.
- On or about the same date, King locked the boy in a bathroom for three hours in the dark.
- King, who is 5-feet-10 and weighs 230 pounds, said Myls started “fighting with her” in the bathroom on Wednesday. Myls lost consciousness; King was not hurt.
Mayor de Blasio says an investigation has been launched into the death of little Myls.
Prosecutors on Friday said King let the boy — who was happy and healthy when she started taking care of him — suffer inside the bathroom. She phoned several friends and then waited up to an hour before calling 911.
Myls, 4, was locked outside on the 11th-floor balcony of King’s apartment for up to an hour on Jan. 7, wearing only shorts and T-shirt as the wind chill dipped well below zero.
King, 27, showed no emotion in court as she was charged with first-degree assault, reckless endangerment and unlawful imprisonment. She was ordered held on $500,000 bail. The medical examiner hasn’t determined how the boy died.
Sources said prosecutors could empanel a grand jury as soon as next week. Charges could be elevated to murder.
OKee Wade (right), the father of Myls Dobson, was awarded full custody of the little boy after mother Ashlee Dobson was deemed unfit. The ACS didn’t intervene when Wade was jailed on a fraud charge.
The horrifying death evokes memories of Nixzmary Brown, a 7-year-old girl from Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. She was beaten to death exactly eight years ago by her stepfather for swiping yogurt from the fridge. She was tortured and starved for months, leading to a shakeup of the city’s Administration for Children’s Services.
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King showed no emotion in court Friday as she was charged and ordered held on $500,000 bail.
Mayor de Blasio, while public advocate, fought for ACS reform after the Brown case. On Friday, he said a probe has been launched into the death of the burned and battered boy.
“We lost a child in the last few days, 4-year-old Myls Dobson,” de Blasio said. “It was a tragedy in every sense. Something that should never happen in this city.”
Prosecutors say King let Myls suffer in the bathroom during his last moments as she phoned several friends and then waited up to an hour before calling 911.
De Blasio vowed the investigation would not drag on.
“Each one of these tragedies, it’s our job to try to stop,” de Blasio said. “And God forbid when they happen, it’s our job to learn from them and try every time to do better so we can reach more children. So this investigation will start immediately. We expect to hear back in about a week, so that’s gonna help us know if we have to do any revisions in our policies so we can protect our children better.”
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Sources say that charges against King could be elevated to murder.
The dead boy’s mother, Ashlee Dobson, 29, and other relatives spoke Friday morning at a tear-filled press conference. They demanded to know why ACS — which awarded Wade full custody in October 2012 after Dobson was deemed unfit — didn’t intervene when the father was jailed in New Jersey on a fraud charge.
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Myls was found unconscious and covered with bruises and burns inside King’s Manhattan apartment.
“I just want to know why nobody checked on him,” said Myls’ paternal grandmother, Gloria Wade.
Some of the relatives viewed a photo of the boy’s body. His lips were swollen. There were bruises all over his body and there was a gash under his left eye. There appeared to be cigarette burn marks between his eyebrows.
“The loss of this young boy is a heartbreaking tragedy and the city offers its sympathies to his family,” read a statement issued by ACS late Friday.
Wade has a lengthy rap sheet with 13 arrests. The most recent was in September 2012 — a month before ACS gave him custody of Myls.
King, a transgendered woman originally born Christopher King, has a sealed rape arrest on her record. A woman suffered a fractured jaw in the attack, sources told The News. It appears King was arrested as a teenage boy and not convicted.
With Jennifer Fermino