Breeders sentenced for tying teen to tree

NC Couple Sentenced For Boy’s Tree-Tying Death:

Do you remember the death of 13-year-old Tyler McMillan? He was the boy from Nortrh Carolina who father and stepmother tied him to a tree and left him overnight to discipline him. This was after a switch beating as well. Tyler ended up dying from dehydration.

The pair of Breeders have been sentenced in what I think isn’t nearly enough. Both Breeders entered into an Alford plea which means they don’t admit guilt but admit that the prosecution has enough evidence to convict them.

Sandra McMillan was sentenced to 13 to 16 years in prison while Brice McMillan was sentenced 10 to 13 years in prison.

Yet Tyler was given a death sentence for committing no crime.

Teen tied to tree died from dehydration

Brutally Tortured Teen Tied to Tree Dies From Dehydration:

A 13-year-old boy who was lashed to tree overnight in June likely died from dehydration a coroner’s report has stated.

Tyler McMillan of North Carolina was tied to the tree overnight by the man who dared to call himself Tyler’s father, Brice McMillan, as a form of punishment because he was being ‘disobedient’.

The report also states that Tyler’s body was covered with insect bites and had marks on his body that were basically switch marks, as in ‘go out to the woods boy and cut me a switch.’

The next morning Tyler was found unresponsive and when Brice McMillan and his wife Sandra called 911 they repeatedly ignored the dispatcher’s questions about what Tyler was doing before he stopped breathing. Tyler’s temperature was 105.6 by the time he got to the hospital.

Two other children, ages 7 and 9, were placed in the custody of DSS.

Even though Sandra McMillan was Tyler’s step-mother it still took two alleged adults to agree that tying him to a tree and leaving him there overnight after a sever beating was a good idea. How do these monsters keep finding each other. It goes to support my outlandish theory that there’s some kind of underground child abuse network.

Both McMillans are due in court next month.