It was in the beginning of January last year as one of the children managed to hit the alarm to the 112. When the first policemen came to the house in Perris, southeast of Los Angeles in California, they were met by a terrible smell and found three of the children chained up in their beds. Some lay in their own feces.
that managed to get out through a window and hit the alarm did not know what month it was or what the word ”medicine” meant. Two of the girls had been beaten so hard that they no longer will be able to have children. Others were so malnourished that just got to eat one meal a day that they have been prevented in the plant.
it Soon turned out that the 13 children were held as prisoners in the family home throughout his life. And despite the fact that the neighbors became suspicious there was no one who sounded the alarm.
bad, it has made me strong. I fought to become the person I am today. I saw how my dad changed my mom and they managed to almost change me, but I knew what was about to happen, said one of the girls in the right and adding:
" My parents took my life from me, but now I'm about to take it back.
the Children were ruled with an iron fist by their parents and received the ”teaching” of the home.
" We went never really in school. I have never done one, told a 17-year-old girl.
regularly, were put in the cages, got the stranglehold on the neck or shackles on the hands. They just got a shower once a year. The parents forced them to go on day and sleep on the days to be awake at night.
Louise Turpin cried before the judge and apologized for having damaged their children, writes CBS News.
"I love my children so much... I just want their best," she said.
the oldest of the kids together and go to school.
On Friday sentenced David and Louise Turpin to between 25 years and life imprisonment for several cases of torture, child abuse, ill-treatment of young adults and to have kept the kids in the house against their will.
the Event was to excite a whole world, and the house that the family turned into a prison called the ”Horror house”.