Recently, an Oklahoma jury sentenced a 51-year-old woman to spend the rest of her days in prison, after she pleads guilty of terrorizing and abusing her 7-year-old grandchild. According to Geneva Robinson’s affidavit, the woman dressed up as a witch and subjected her to inhumane treatments. The woman’s boyfriend was also arrested and sentenced to thirty years in prison for child abuse.
We all know for a fact that monsters under the bed or witches flying on their brooms to kidnap children while they sleep are products of imagination. Regrettably, fiction turned to reality for a 7-year-old old girl and her siblings in Oklahoma City.
Wicked Witch of the West – Fact or Fiction?
Having no experience in handling children, 51-year-old Geneva Robinson cooked up a plan to discipline her grandchild and siblings by preying on their childhood fears. Dressed up like a witch in black garments and painting her hands in green, the woman would creep into the girl’s bedroom and show her the true meaning of terror.
During the many years spent physically and emotionally abusing her grandchildren, Geneva Robinson, nicknamed the Witch of Oklahoma, admitted scratching the poor girl’s neck until drawing blood, slapping her for no apparent reason but her own twisted amusement, repeatedly striking her hands using a rolling pin, and shaving the girl’s head while she was fast asleep.
Witch Hunt for Robinson Begins
It appears that Robinson wasn’t alone in her scheme, having the help of Joshua Granger, her boyfriend. Unfortunately, the court’s records shed small light upon Granger’s implication. However, we are led to believe that his part in all this was rather significant, taking into account that he too was found guilty of child abuse and sentenced to thirty years in prison.
Robinson has been terrorizing her grandchildren for several years, and, according to a court-appointed psychologist, the emotional damage inflicted by the woman’s reign of terror is significant. The woman’s attorney declared that Robinson had no resources nor experience in dealing with children, thus her unorthodox methods.
Furthermore, it would appear that, over the past years, the 51-year-old woman from Oklahoma City has been receiving treatment for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. However, the court has decided that the Witch of Oklahoma was the sound of mind at the time she abused her grandchildren and showed no leniency.
For her deeds, Geneva Robinson has received three life sentences. Her boyfriend was also found guilty and sentenced to prison for being Robison’s partner in crime.
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