Mother Sentenced to 7 Years for Injecting Her Own Son with His Own Poop

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 28, 2019

The more we read about them throwing their kids off roofs, the more we hear about them injecting their kids with poop, the more we realize that women should not be allowed to have access to children, as all they will do is harm them.


An Indiana mother accused of injecting fecal matter into her 15-year-old son’s IV bag has been sentenced to seven years in prison.

Tiffany Alberts is set to serve five years of probation following her prison sentence, said Michael Leffler, a spokesman with the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office.

Alberts was convicted of six counts of aggravated battery and one count of neglect in a trial in September 2019. Alberts was found not guilty of attempted murder charge, online court records show.

James Voyles, an attorney for Alberts, declined to comment.

The Wolcott, Indiana, mother was arrested and charged in 2016 after she used a syringe to inject feces into her son’s IV while he was undergoing cancer treatments at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. She knowingly placed him “in a situation that endangered the dependent’s life or health,” Marion County Superior Court documents said.

Alberts said her actions were meant to get her son moved from the intensive care unit to another Riley unit, where she believed “the treatment was better,” the documents state.

Her son had been receiving treatment for leukemia since early August 2016 at the hospital, a Marion County police affidavit said. He was released and returned to the hospital a few days later, in early September 2016, with a fever, vomiting and diarrhea, according to the report.

Authorities said Alberts initially told investigators that she was injecting water to “flush it as the medicine that was given to him burned.” She later admitted to injecting her son’s own fecal matter, which she kept in a gift bag on the bathroom sink of his room, officials said.

Throwing the kids off the roof or injecting them with poop are extreme examples of female abuse of their children, but the less extreme cases are not less serious.

The fact is, we now know for a fact that it is not safe to allow women access to children. That access must be prevented.

Children are the future and they must be protected. And there is no place where they are less safe than in the care of women.