WATCH IT: Day Care Video Shows 9-Year-Old Terrorizing Tots!
MSNBC.COM - In Vicksburg, Mississippi, Kiddie City Child Care has been the center of a lot of controversy lately. Surveillance video shows a 9-year-old boy downright terrorizing toddlers who attended the day care. In the video, the boy was seen choking, punching, and kicking little girls under 3 years old. Many times during the instances, day care staff members were either nowhere to be found, or simply inattentive.
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