‘It’s like the best kind of torture’: The human pain of watching a baby die

An emoticon of a baby crying is seen in this still from a video that was taken by a woman’s phone while she was being abused by her father.

The video shows a man grabbing a baby in a corner of a room, punching the baby in the face, and then throwing the baby down the stairs.

The baby, who appears to be in the throes of convulsions, cries out.

“What happened to you?” the woman says in the video.

“Did you hear me?”

“You heard what I heard?

You heard what he said to me?” she replies, before her father turns to his wife and begins to cry.

“Don’t cry for me, you know.

I can’t cry.”

The woman is heard on the video saying she wants to report the abuse.

In a Facebook post, the woman said the man told her that he thought he was hurting his daughter and then he grabbed the baby.

“He just grabbed the little one, he hit her in the nose and the neck,” the woman wrote.

“And then he started throwing the little baby down.

I was just terrified.” “

I didn’t know what to do.

I was just terrified.”

The man, who has been charged with second-degree murder, is expected to appear in court Monday.

The victim’s family has not commented publicly.

It’s not clear if the baby died from the injuries she suffered during the attack, or whether the man was also hurt during the assault.

“This is a sad, horrible situation,” said Jennifer Ziegler, who said she witnessed the attack.

“You don’t want to see it happen to anyone.

I’ve been on the other side of it and witnessed the same thing.

It just makes you feel like you’re watching a nightmare unfold.”

The video of the attack was first posted to a Facebook group called The Creepy Woman and has been viewed nearly 30,000 times.

The group, which has more than 2,000 members, has posted numerous videos documenting the alleged abuse of women, but they have mostly been from women who have had previous sexual abuse in the past.

Zieglers said the video has caused a lot of emotional and psychological distress.

“The fact that people are willing to share that and be vulnerable, that’s just incredible to me,” she said.

“We’re trying to create a safe space to heal and to talk to each other about these kinds of things.”