Angry Father Calls-out “Abusers” at Woodbine Development Center
A man who calls himself an angry father has made a video calling out the person or persons who allegedly abused his son at the Woodbine Development Center.
The Woodbine Development Center is a state-operated facility in Woodbine, New Jersey that "provides a wide range of habilitation, behavioral and medical services and supports to men with developmental disabilities", according to the New Jersey Department of Human Services.
The "angry father" is Lou Berman, Sr.
Berman claims that his son was injured due to abuse at the Woodbine Development Center. He explains the abuse and provide photos at the website, LouiesVoice.com.
According to the website, a $10,000 reward is being offered:
Should there be a decent soul at Woodbine developmental, that would like to come forward regarding these injuries and others our Louie received, LOUIES VOICE is offering a $10,000 reward.... to give us information as to who is responsible. You can reach out to us anonymously using the form below, sending an email to info@LOUIESVOICE.com, or you can call us anonymously at 215-258-4566. We can make arrangements to deliver your reward in cash. Anonymously.
Berman has now voiced and produced the following video:
In addition to the above mentioned website, Berman also has a Facebook page devoted to his accusations. The Facebook page can be found here.
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It's unknown at this time if any police or legal complaints have been made.
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