Bleach was the weapon of choice when a New York man poisoned his nephews. These boys were innocent toddlers who could not fight back. Their uncle wanted revenge on his brother and they got caught in the mix.
According to ABC news, Aaron Hickman had a fight with his brother. As a result, Hickman was kicked out of the home. He left bleach in their milk before he vacated the premises.
Innocent children suffer because adults throw temper tantrums for whatever reason. This is similar to the story about when a toddler gets bleach in her eyes from her mother. What makes a grown man or woman put bleach in the presence of a child? Do they know bleach is dangerous?
The boys ingested the milk and got sick. They were treated for diarrhea and vomiting. When the man poisoned his nephews, did he think about the consequences?
"Hickman is charged with assault and endangering the welfare of a child," states ABC news. Do you think the charges are fair? Do you think Hickman should have more charges against him?
There is obviously an anger issue here. Did he think of these children's lives? They didn't put him out, his brother did. How would you feel if your brother or sister poisoned your children by putting bleach in their milk? This would definitely cause some tension in the family. What if the brother wants to seek revenge now? It could be the start of a vicious cycle, because a man poisoned his nephews.