Angeline Tip of The Iceberg in Child Abuse

BLOKBERITA -- The murder of 8-year-old Angeline has received overwhelming attention from the public and the media. Many people, including Vice President Jusuf Kalla, have condemned the violent acts perpetrated on the girl and have demanded that the culprit be given a heavy sentence.

The case is not the first incidence of child abuse in the country. The Jakarta Post lists past cases below.

April 2015: A toddler was physically abused for months by an uncle in Aceh. The parents left the boy with relatives because they worked in Malaysia. The abuse was discovered by neighbors, who took the boy to the nearest hospital.

March 2015: A 2-year-old child was beaten to death by his stepfather, Nasri Nasution in Pekanbaru, Riau. Nasri said he beat the child to stop him crying.

September 2014: A 7-year-old boy in Jakarta reported his father for abusing him. His grandmother said that the abuse started after his mother died.

June 2014: A 1-month-old baby was a victim of domestic violence in Maros, South Sulawesi. She was taken to the hospital with a distended stomach and broken left hand. The police suspected the baby’s mother was one of the perpetrators.

January 2013: Five-month-old Rasya Alfino Azmi was found smothered at his family home in Karet Tengsin, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta. The family’s nanny, identified only as IA, 21, was named a suspect for allegedly wrapping Rasya in a long piece of cloth to stop him from crying.

February 2013: Alafah Miftahul Huda, 2, was allegedly drowned by his mother at a Puskesmas (community health center) in Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta. The mother was previously admitted into a mental hospital.

March 2013: DS allegedly hit her stepdaughter, Davina Lira Putri, 5, leading to her death. Davina suffered head trauma and other injuries.

November 2012: The Jakarta Police declared Nurlena, 26, a suspect for allegedly beating her stepdaughter, Ainy Yunistisia, to death. Ainy was hospitalized for four days at Fatmawati General Hospital in South Jakarta before she died from a brain injury and hemorrhaging.

November 1998: Two-year-old Amtama Murata Yadilade Kasya Herninovian, aka Tata, was murdered by his father in a hotel room in Surakarta, Central Java.

November 1984: The father and stepmother of Arie Hanggara, 7, were arrested for killing him. The case gained so much attention that it became a reference for child abuse cases in Indonesia, especially when they involved family members. A movie was made about the case.

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The murder of 8-year-old Angeline has received overwhelming attention from the public and the media. Many people, including Vice President Jusuf Kalla, have condemned the violent acts perpetrated on the girl and have demanded that the culprit be given a heavy sentence.
The case is not the first incidence of child abuse in the country. The Jakarta Post lists past cases below.
April 2015: A toddler was physically abused for months by an uncle in Aceh. The parents left the boy with relatives because they worked in Malaysia. The abuse was discovered by neighbors, who took the boy to the nearest hospital.
March 2015: A 2-year-old child was beaten to death by his stepfather, Nasri Nasution in Pekanbaru, Riau. Nasri said he beat the child to stop him crying.
September 2014: A 7-year-old boy in Jakarta reported his father for abusing him. His grandmother said that the abuse started after his mother died.
June 2014: A 1-month-old baby was a victim of domestic violence in Maros, South Sulawesi. She was taken to the hospital with a distended stomach and broken left hand. The police suspected the baby’s mother was one of the perpetrators.
January 2013: Five-month-old Rasya Alfino Azmi was found smothered at his family home in Karet Tengsin, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta. The family’s nanny, identified only as IA, 21, was named a suspect for allegedly wrapping Rasya in a long piece of cloth to stop him from crying.
February 2013: Alafah Miftahul Huda, 2, was allegedly drowned by his mother at a Puskesmas (community health center) in Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta. The mother was previously admitted into a mental hospital.
March 2013: DS allegedly hit her stepdaughter, Davina Lira Putri, 5, leading to her death. Davina suffered head trauma and other injuries.
November 2012: The Jakarta Police declared Nurlena, 26, a suspect for allegedly beating her stepdaughter, Ainy Yunistisia, to death. Ainy was hospitalized for four days at Fatmawati General Hospital in South Jakarta before she died from a brain injury and hemorrhaging.
November 1998: Two-year-old Amtama Murata Yadilade Kasya Herninovian, aka Tata, was murdered by his father in a hotel room in Surakarta, Central Java.
November 1984: The father and stepmother of Arie Hanggara, 7, were arrested for killing him. The case gained so much attention that it became a reference for child abuse cases in Indonesia, especially when they involved family members. A movie was made about the case. (ika
- See more at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/06/12/angeline-tip-iceberg-child-abuse.html#sthash.qEAKJzS3.dpuf
The murder of 8-year-old Angeline has received overwhelming attention from the public and the media. Many people, including Vice President Jusuf Kalla, have condemned the violent acts perpetrated on the girl and have demanded that the culprit be given a heavy sentence.
The case is not the first incidence of child abuse in the country. The Jakarta Post lists past cases below.
April 2015: A toddler was physically abused for months by an uncle in Aceh. The parents left the boy with relatives because they worked in Malaysia. The abuse was discovered by neighbors, who took the boy to the nearest hospital.
March 2015: A 2-year-old child was beaten to death by his stepfather, Nasri Nasution in Pekanbaru, Riau. Nasri said he beat the child to stop him crying.
September 2014: A 7-year-old boy in Jakarta reported his father for abusing him. His grandmother said that the abuse started after his mother died.
June 2014: A 1-month-old baby was a victim of domestic violence in Maros, South Sulawesi. She was taken to the hospital with a distended stomach and broken left hand. The police suspected the baby’s mother was one of the perpetrators.
January 2013: Five-month-old Rasya Alfino Azmi was found smothered at his family home in Karet Tengsin, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta. The family’s nanny, identified only as IA, 21, was named a suspect for allegedly wrapping Rasya in a long piece of cloth to stop him from crying.
February 2013: Alafah Miftahul Huda, 2, was allegedly drowned by his mother at a Puskesmas (community health center) in Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta. The mother was previously admitted into a mental hospital.
March 2013: DS allegedly hit her stepdaughter, Davina Lira Putri, 5, leading to her death. Davina suffered head trauma and other injuries.
November 2012: The Jakarta Police declared Nurlena, 26, a suspect for allegedly beating her stepdaughter, Ainy Yunistisia, to death. Ainy was hospitalized for four days at Fatmawati General Hospital in South Jakarta before she died from a brain injury and hemorrhaging.
November 1998: Two-year-old Amtama Murata Yadilade Kasya Herninovian, aka Tata, was murdered by his father in a hotel room in Surakarta, Central Java.
November 1984: The father and stepmother of Arie Hanggara, 7, were arrested for killing him. The case gained so much attention that it became a reference for child abuse cases in Indonesia, especially when they involved family members. A movie was made about the case. (ika
- See more at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/06/12/angeline-tip-iceberg-child-abuse.html#sthash.qEAKJzS3.dpuf
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