Introduction — Nov 6, 2017
Due to political correctness the corporate media is NOT reporting this story entirely honestly. As a result a crucial element in the death of a baby is being minimised. Indeed, it has almost been airbrushed out of the story.
In short, an 18-month-old girl was tortured and tormented for eight months before she was eventually murdered by her adoptive parents.
That’s bad enough but the critical factor here are the adoptive parents, who just so happen to be a homosexual couple. Most of the corporate media reports on this matter do not even mention this in their headlines.
Maybe this is to be expected when you treat homosexuality as somehow “normal”, But one has to wonder whether the baby would still be alive had been adopted by a normal heterosexual couple?
Of course in the New World Order such questions are taboo, and none in the corporate media will ask them — without putting their jobs on the line. In consequence so-called journalists will gloss over this story without asking serious questions about adoption by homosexual couples.
For example, do children reared by homosexuals suffer any ill-effects? Indeed have any studies been done?
Corporate media outlets such as the Guardian have played their part in portraying homosexual parenting as normal by suggesting that studies indicating otherwise were skewed. However, the death of little Elsie would appear to indicate otherwise.
As one would expect, that prime mouthpiece for the New World Order also plays its part. Reporting the death of Elsie, the BBC covers the story as if her family background and the sexuality of her adoptive parents played absolutely no part.
The facts speak otherwise however. As her adopted father — who the BBC describes as a “loving, stay-at-home father” — systematically tortured the little girl over a period of 18-months. Ed.
Elsie Scully-Hicks: Murdered by adopted father
BBC Online — Nov 6, 2017
Elsie Scully-Hicks was just 18 months old when she died from catastrophic injuries. Her adopted father Matthew Scully-Hicks inflicted a catalogue of violence on her in the eight months she lived with him.
To the outside world, he was a loving, stay-at-home father with regular visits by social workers and health visitors picking up no troubling signs yet two weeks after the adoption was finalised, Elsie was dead with injuries experts later compared to a “major trauma such as a car accident”.
Personal trainer Matthew Scully-Hicks and his husband Craig appeared to have everything – a happy marriage, two longed-for children, financial stability and a close circle of family and friends.
But behind closed doors, he was struggling to cope, violently losing his temper.
He managed to pass off the injuries he inflicted on his daughter as accidental so as not to raise the suspicions of those involved in the close supervision of the family, as part of the adoption process.
Even his husband did not suspect anything