Buddy Cook

Four-year-old boy adopted by David and Angel Cook, died of starvation. The boy had been adopted nine months prior after allegedly having been sexually abused by his biological mother and several men. Buddy Cook died of dehydration and malnutrition. David and Angel Cook were charged with felony injury.
Date: 2013-03-22
Placement type: Adoption
Type of abuse: Lethal neglect
Abuser: Adoptive father, Adoptive mother


Cleburne, Texas
United States
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DocumentDatesort icon
Cook children to remain in foster care2013-10-09
Cooks charged in 4-year-old son's death2013-05-20
Cleburne parents face charge of injury to child after death of adopted boy2013-05-20
Affidavit: Cleburne boy, 4, appeared malnourished at time of death2013-03-28
Affidavit details troubled life of Cleburne boy2013-03-27
Deceased child described as emaciated2013-03-26

Actually funny thing before

Actually funny thing before i even saw this story 30 min earlier on Facebook the adoptive older sibling was holding paper that he had wrote on making a slide show describing how messed up Texas cps was. Buddy was raped and beaten by 8 men while his mother did nothing. His loving adoptive mother and father saved him. 9 months after the adoption he died. Cps covers up the previous abuse and never told the adoptive family he had the HIV virus. When buddy died the doctors looked at his blood samples was discovered he had the HIV virus but..... He also had the HIV antibody.... If cps would have not covers up the abuse and swxual assault this would have been known and he could've had treatment he needed and would still be alive today. Also that really fucked up situation happened when buddy was 2. The day he died was when his six adoptive siblings were placed in other homes that abused and sexually assaulted the kids on a daily basis andand cps did nothing. The mom and father that were wrongly charged with Buddy's death were set free and got their 6 children back..... Don't believe me... Look up the older sibling that made a slide show of what he and his siblings had gone through.

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