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This is so messed up. Some people just shouldn’t be mothers.

Daily Mail – In a Nebraska town, with a population of just 14 people, four stores sold more than four million beer cans in a space of a year.

The most frequent customers in Whiteclay are from Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, across the border in South Dakota, where alcoholism is rampant, despite strict rules banning booze.

Even when women get pregnant, they carry on drinking, and it leads to their children being born with deformities and blood alcohol levels.

One in four children in the Native American community are born with fetal alcohol syndrome, which causes stunted growth, facial impairments and prevents the sufferer’s mental ages from developing.

Read more: Daily Mail

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