A family is in shock and a community has united after an anonymous hate letter was written about a young boy living with severe autism.CJAD Local News notes:
Karla Begley told CityNews her son Max, 13, stays with his grandmother in the morning during the summer time. It was at that home in Newcastle where letter was delivered on Friday.
An Ontario woman whose autistic grandson was the target of a hateful letter is describing the words written as sickening.
Brenda Millson says she opened her mail on Friday to find a letter that tells her family to "go live in a trailer in the woods,'' and even suggests her 13-year-old grandson be euthanized.
She says she immediately reported the letter to police.
At the time of writing, it is still unclear who wrote the disgraceful letter.
Thankfully, the outraged community has come out in a public display of support for the family and are intent on outing the perpetrator.
Last updated: August 20, 2013
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