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Spectacles 2 (Original) - HD Camera Sunglasses Made for Snapchat
- HD VIDEO & PHOTO: Meet Spectacles 2 — camera glasses that capture your world, from your perspective. Press the button to take a 10-second video. Press again to keep recording. Hold to take a photo.
- WATER RESISTANT: Spectacles 2 (Original) are built to survive pool parties and snow days, and can even take a photo or video under shallow water!
- RECHARGE ON THE GO: Capture and sync up to 70 videos on a single charge. Recharge up to four times in the included Charging Case.
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- WHAT’S INSIDE: Spectacles 2 (Original), Charging Case, Charging Cable, Cleaning Cloth
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Motorola Video Baby Monitor 5â€ Color Parent Unit, Remote Pan/Tilt/Zoom, Portable Rechargeable Camera, Two-Way Audio, Night Vision, 5 Lullabies, MBP36XL
- Parent unit features large 5” LCD color screen with LED sound level indicator and rechargeable battery with low battery alert
- Room temperature display, two-way communication, 5 soothing lullabies and split-screen viewing (requires additional camera MBP36XLBU, sold separately)
- Portable camera features rechargeable battery with remote pan, tilt and zoom, infrared night vision, high sensitivity microphone, and wireless technology - 2.4 GHz (for Local Viewing)
- Up to 1000ft range with out-of-range alert, expandable up to 4 Cameras (sold separately, model: MBP36XLBU)
- Motorola is America's #1 baby monitor brand in America (2017 revenue data) ; Pan and Tilt function : Tap the up and down buttons to tilt and the left and right buttons to pan
Nanny Charged with Child Endangerment
Mother catches nanny slapping her child on hidden camera. The nanny has been charged with child endangerment.
Child abuse remains topical in the media and for good reason. Too many people believe it is okay and justifiable to slap or hit children. The Christian Science Monitor reported today that a nanny was caught on video slapping an infant who did not want to feed from the bottle. The nanny hit the baby several times. The nanny, Mamura Nasirova, was not only seen hitting the 5-month-old from Staten Island, she was also seen shaking the baby.
I would be fearful of living my children with anyone these days. Fortunately, my son is grown up.
The video was posted on YouTube. ABC news reports that one viewer remarked the video has already received more than 5500 hits.
I didn't watch the video; it would just hurt me too much to see someone hitting a baby.
NewsMax reports the mother posted how she became suspicion of the nanny when her 17-month-old child was afraid of her. It was then that she decided to place a hidden camera in her home. The parents showed the video to Nasirova. They recount the nanny did not show any emotion whatsoever. She only said, "But I love her." The mother of the child goes on to say, "She is a monster, liar; animal. I don't think there are any words to describe her. "
I am glad this mother put the video on the Internet, perhaps that may deter others abusers from trying this; especially when they know their faces would be spread all over the Internet.
Nasirova tried to resist arrest. Nevertheless, she has been arrested, jailed, and charged with child endangerment.
According to Childhelp, "A report of child abuse is made every ten seconds; more than five children die every day as a result of child abuse and approximately 80% of children that die from abuse are under the age of four." They go on to say, "The United States has the worst record in the industrialized nations, - losing five children every day due to abuse-related deaths."
I am not surprised, children especially those who are too young to speak can't tell anyone what is going on.
According to the New York State Department of Health, "It only takes a few seconds of violent shaking to cause permanent damage. Hopefully this child will be free from brain damage thanks to a wise and diligent mother.