Oregon Mother Receives Sentencing for Inflicting Waterboarding and Freezer Abuse on Infant

An Oregon mother has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for waterboarding her infant child and placing him in a freezer. The incident, which occurred in 2021, left many questioning the state of our society and the safety of our children.

The mother, Sharday McDonald, 30, was found guilty of criminal mistreatment, ID theft, and tampering with a witness. Police were alerted to the situation when they received a tip about potential child endangerment at McDonald’s residence in Gresham, Oregon.Source

Upon arrival, officers were met with a disturbing scene.

McDonald was heard screaming at the child’s father, Kendrick Neal, in a heated exchange that revealed the depth of the dysfunction and danger present in the home. The police report detailed McDonald’s chilling words, a clear indication of her disregard for the welfare of her own child.

McDonald’s sentence was handed down on September 21, 2023. Records from the Multnomah County Detention Center indicate that she will be released on October 6.

Her relatively short sentence sparked debate about the adequacy of punishment for such heinous acts of child abuse.

Further investigation into the case revealed even more alarming details. McDonald was accused of waterboarding her baby, a claim supported by photographic evidence.

The images depicted McDonald holding the baby by his onesie and pouring water over his face, a horrifying act of cruelty that has left many in shock.

McDonald defended her actions to the police, claiming she did not intend to harm or kill her child. However, her explanation for her actions was equally disturbing.

She stated her cruel treatment of the infant was a “test” to see if Neal cared about their child, and an attempt to lure him back to her apartment.

A medical professional consulted during the investigation confirmed the potentially fatal consequences of McDonald’s actions. The infant was likely unable to breathe during the waterboarding, highlighting the severity of the abuse and the immediate danger it posed to the child’s life.

This case serves as a grim reminder of the hidden horrors that can lurk behind closed doors. It also underscores the importance of community vigilance, the need for stronger child protection laws, and the necessity of severe penalties for those who harm the most innocent among us.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.

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