Police: Texas Soldier Beat Daughter To Death
Posted 12:45 pm, September 22, 2014, by AP Wire
While testing different search syntax, and noting the differences in how the news was filtered, I found this… 4 hours ago.
Two months ago, while putting together the NOT IN MY WORLD!!!! Google+ Page, I had already decided not to bring mine and Little Brother’s life into this.
The first part of our life wasn’t half bad. The reason being, it was spent with The Best Man I was ever to know. Our Father was a Good Man, who loved us, His Boys.
But that was just half the time.
We lived in fear, day and night, the rest of the time. We spent a good part of our early life around Military People, and on several bases. Our Step-Dad was Army Secret Service in Korea, then spent time in Vietnam with the Navy Seabees. For as far back as I can remember, we always believed in GOD. I know this because we prayed for GOD to kill us everyday. But we always thought GOD was mad at us, maybe we had done something HE didn’t like, OR maybe he just didn’t like us.
We always went to church, and we were Bullyed and physically hurt every service, by several boys. This happened In PLAIN SIGHT OF MANY ADULTS, who never said one word to stop them, but would laugh at us or snicker. I KNOW all this was real and happened, because we were BEAT after every service.
If I had said this 2 months ago, this Child might still be alive.
NEVER, NEVER, NEVER Discipline A Child When You Are Angry!!!!
EL PASO, Texas — El Paso police have charged a Fort Bliss soldier with capital murder after they say he beat his 2-year-old daughter to death because she soiled her diaper.
Police Det. Mike Baranyay says 20-year-old Dartarious Graham was arrested Sunday.
He says the U.S. Army specialist beat his daughter, Peyton Graham, with a belt Saturday. When firefighters were called to the home, they found her unresponsive. She was taken to an area hospital where she later died.
The child’s mother and the father’s cousin also were charged with injury to a child by omission.
Graham is being held at the El Paso jail on $250,000 bond. Online jail records didn’t indicate an attorney.