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‘Didn’t act like normal children’: Toddlers hissed like animals when freed from filthy cages

A Virginia woman has been arrested after social workers found her children locked into makeshift cages inside their filthy home. Malista Ness-Hopkins was charged with five counts of abuse and neglect after her five children were removed from the family’s Mears home July 28, after social...
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