A mom is being investigated by cops after allegedly using a potentially fatal bleach enema on her young son to “cure” his autism.
The woman, from Cheshire, which is southeast of Liverpool, was reported to police after appearing to give away the method for the dangerous procedure on a secret Facebook group.
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On his website, the healer claims that his solutions are the answer to “AIDS, hepatitis A, B and C, malaria, herpes, TB, most cancer and many more of mankind's worse diseases.” He states: "Enemas have been around for ages and serve as a safe and effective way to gently clean the colon when problems with digestion and/or elimination occur.
Parents post images of the parasites leaving their children after the risky treatment has been administered.
Parents on the group, which has around 8,500 members and allegedly charges £60 for membership, routinely share images of so-called parasites leaving their children after treatment.
However, autism campaigner Emma Dalmayne who infiltrated the group, says the images actually show children’s bowel lining that has been burned away by the bleach.
Autism campaigner Emma Dalmayne infiltrated the group and discovered the mom from Cheshire appearing to confess to using CD on her young son.
Posts from the mom appear to show her admitting to administering “25 drops a day” to her son – but becoming worried when he “seemed weak” and wouldn’t get out of bed.
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