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This guy is an "expert" on near death experiences. If this doctor did waterboard his daughter he deserves his very own "near death experience": A good old fashioned thumping.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...FOUR-times-punishment-mother-did-stop-it.html

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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/nat...erboarded-punishment-report-article-1.1132728

A Delaware pediatrician who writes about near-death experiences of children and has appeared on "Oprah" is accused of waterboarding his 11-year-old daughter for two years, according to Delaware State Police.

Dr. Melvin Morse, 58, and his wife Pauline, 40, were arrested Tuesday, a day after their daughter told a child advocate that her father had "waterboarded" her four times between May 2009 and May 2011 while her mother watched and did nothing to stop the abuse, Cpl. Gary Fournier told ABC News.

Delaware's Child Advocacy Center first became aware of the girl, whose name has not been disclosed, following a July 12 incident in which Morse was charged with third-degree assault for allegedly pulling his daughter out of a car, dragging her across a gravel driveway and spanking her in their Sussex County home, Fournier said.

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Melvin Morse is the author of two books on near-death experiences, "Closer to the Light" and "Transformed by the Light." He appeared on the "Oprah Winfrey Show" and "Larry King Live" in 2010 to discuss his research on the psychological effects of being on the verge of death.
 

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The link doesn't work. If he did waterboard her, then he should be waterboarded too, only with fire instead of water. :mad:
 

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Charged with assault for dragging her out of a car and spanking her?

More kids need this. I'd like to see water boarding in the public school system as well.
 

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Any of you that are so outraged at this ever raise a teenage daughter? I am now and let me tell you. On a good day I want to waterboard mine. On a bad day i might take her to the range and her her hold the targets.
 
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