Kidnapping “lesson” gone wrong

Kidnapping "Lesson" Gone Wrong
Four Missouri family members arrested after staging kidnapping of 6-year-old boy to teach him about "stranger danger".

(KSDK) Four people have been arrested in a kidnapping case the suspects say was meant to teach a 6-year-old boy a lesson about stranger danger.

Sheriff’s deputies in Lincoln County, Missouri say the child was lured into a pickup truck by Nathan Firoved while walking home from school Monday. Once the child was in the truck, Firoved told him he would never “see his mommy again,” and he would be “nailed to the wall of a shed.” When the child started to cry, Firoved showed him a gun and threatened to hurt him if he did not stop crying.

Firoved bound the boy’s hands and feet, covered his face and drove him around for a while.

While the boy was blindfolded, he was unknowingly taken to his home, where his aunt removed his pants and told him he could be sold into sex slavery.

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