David and Louise Turpin facing additional charges over California 'house of horrors'
26 February, 2018, 09:28 | Author: Julian Swanson
Almost six weeks after the siblings were rescued from the family's "house of horrors" in Perris, California, the six underage siblings have been discharged to live in two foster care homes, while the seven adult children continue to recover at the Corona Regional Medical Center. When police officers stormed into the house, freeing the remaining chained Turpin children, the captives had no concept of what a police officer was.
The seven adult Turpin children are now recovering at a medical center in Corona, California, according to their lawyers. There, they have an open outdoor area to play sports and exercise. Now, the adult children are learning for the first time to make their own decisions. Participating restaurants in Corona, Riverside and Redlands agreed to donate a percentage of their sales back to the victims and raised over $180,000 for the children, KABC reported.
"That in itself is a new experience for them, understanding that they do have rights and they do have a voice", he said.
The adult children are excited by the prospect of getting to go to the beach, the mountains and the movies. "And that people are going to listen to them", Jack Osborn says.
Osborn says the siblings all have their own aspirations and interests.
He said the seven older children have begun considering their futures, and some are hoping to go to college.
Spiegel described the young adult victims as "so loving and warm and affectionate", and said they appreciate the "things we take for granted".
Years of malnourishment and mistreatment - which included taunting the kids with delicious fruit pies placed just out of reach - stunted their growth and even caused cognitive impairment and nerve damage, prosecutors said.
Afterward, David and Louise Turpin of Perris each re-entered not guilty pleas to all charges.
The Riverside County District Attorney's Office filed an amended felony complaint - the document that lays out the charges - but that complaint had not been made public as of midday Friday.
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