Seth Martinez was a lively, healthy, two-year-old little boy before becoming a victim of child abuse four years ago on March 29, 2013. He almost died from his abuse, but somehow survived. Today, he lives at the Home for the Innocents in Louisville and suffers from a brain injury and a multitude of health problems. He’s permanently disabled, legally blind and is unable to communicate, walk or even swallow.
Seth Martinez was a lively, healthy, two-year-old little boy before becoming a victim of child abuse four years ago on March 29, 2013. He almost died from his abuse, but somehow survived. Today, he lives at the Home for the Innocents in Louisville and suffers from a brain injury and a multitude of health problems. He’s permanently disabled, legally blind and is unable to communicate, walk or even swallow. Provided
Seth Martinez was a lively, healthy, two-year-old little boy before becoming a victim of child abuse four years ago on March 29, 2013. He almost died from his abuse, but somehow survived. Today, he lives at the Home for the Innocents in Louisville and suffers from a brain injury and a multitude of health problems. He’s permanently disabled, legally blind and is unable to communicate, walk or even swallow. Provided

He was a typical boy. Now, he can’t do much more than smile.

March 29, 2017 1:58 PM

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