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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Fw: ATROCIOUS: How WICKED could a 'PARENT' Be! (not funny)

From: Parthasarathy Hosmane <>
Subject: [FunOnTheNet] : ATROCIOUS: How WICKED could a 'PARENT' Be! (not funny) Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2011, 3:52 PM

French boy, three, dies after father puts him in washing machine and turns it on as punishment for throwing nursery classmate's drawing down toilet'
A 33-year-old man has been charged with murder after allegedly killing his three-year-old son by locking him in a washing machine and turning it on.

Christophe Champenois, from Meaux, near Paris, allegedly stripped Bastien naked and shut him in the machine to punish him for a prank at nursery school - throwing a classmate's drawing down a toilet.
He is then said to have run the cold cycle wash for a few minutes at their house, in the village of Germigny-l'Eveque.
Christophe Champenois, 33, allegedly killed his three-year-old son Bastien (above) by locking him in a washing machine and turning it on
 Three-year-old Bastien (above) 

The child, whom neighbours described as blond and angelic, died of head injuries on Friday night, French police said. His mother Charlene, 25, recovered him from the machine, according to Le Parisien newspaper.

 She then ran to her neighbour, known only as Alice, and told her that Bastien had 'fallen down the stairs'.  Alice told Le Parisien: 'I picked him up and his limbs were as loose as those of a rag doll. 'I felt his heart beat for the last time and then he died.'

The house in Germigny-l'Eveque, Meaux,   near Paris where Bastien Champenois died
The family house in Germigny-l'Eveque, Meaux, near Paris where Bastien Champenois died

Bastien's five-year-old sister, Maud, told Alice's husband that it was not the first time the boy's father had put him in the washing machine as punishment.Neighbours told the newspaper that the boy had been repeatedly abused - by being locked up for hours in a cupboard and also by being left on a window sill for hours wrapped in a blanket.

Flowers left outside  the property where Bastien lived his short life

Soul Mates

From: Deepak Punjabi <>
Subject: [FunOnTheNet] Soul Mates

Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2011, 9:49 AM

They had been utterly devoted to each other in a marriage that lasted 70 years.
And last week Elizabeth Noble, 92, died just three days after her husband Fred, who passed away peacefully in his sleep on December 4, aged 96.
The couple, who lived in Wingate, County Durham, had been inseparable throughout their marriage and kept every note, birthday card and Valentine's wish they had ever sent each other.
Their family, while saddened by the loss, were comforted by the fact they were not apart for long.

Mr and Mrs Noble had met in 1936. Mr Noble proposed soon after but was then sent abroad with the Royal Tank Corps.
He sent a note saying: 'Cheerio, til we meet again' and it wasn't until New Year's Day 1940 that they were able to marry during a 48-hour period of leave.
While Mr Noble served in Afghanistan, India, Burma, the former Ceylon and France, his wife was nursing injured servicemen with the fear that her husband could be similarly hurt or killed.
But he returned safely and after the Army became a miner, progressing to be a colliery overseer.
The couple had two daughters Yvonne and Denise, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Grandson Dr Andrew Rowland, a consultant in paediatric emergency medicine, said: 'They had a loving and very caring relationship.
'They were always together and they lived for each other and for their family.
'They were very traditional and private but having been through some of their papers we can see they cared for each other incredibly.
'They kept Christmas, birthday and Valentine's Day cards to each other that they sent over the years.
'Having got to the age of 96 and 92, and having been so happily married for nearly 71 years, we think it is quite fitting an end for them to go so closely together.
'They talked about not wanting to go on without the other. My grandmother couldn't imagine living without my grandfather and granddad had been absolutely devoted to caring for her.'
The couple received letters from the Queen, the Prime Minister and Tony Blair, their former MP, on their platinum wedding anniversary.
Dr Rowland added: 'It is sad for the family, but we take comfort from the fact they didn't have to be apart for long.'
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