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One of the benefits of the holidays? Family togetherness. One of the drawbacks? Family togetherness. While many people enjoy the relative lovefest, others can't wait for it to end. In Greenfield, IN there's a family feud going on that is warranting death threats.

While taping the kiddos and Santa on his video camera, daddy Greg Cox caught footage of Delana Ward taking his son's toy gun away in wrapping paper. She claims to have taken it for purposes of hiding it from the children, but the dad says she stole it. Since posting the video on YouTube, the mother and her children have been the victims of horrific threats. Unfortunately, neither party is willing to bend on the issue leaving a messy family situation in the wake.

How would you handle such a matter?

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runningesq runningesq 6 years
I would have not posted it on YouTube.
MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
I agree with bellafranki... this is seriously embarressing on both ends. It's obvious by how hes acting with it blowing up, with no remorse for the HORRIBLE things people are saying to her, and about her children, that he wanted shit to hit the fan. Sorry, but it was a toy gun, yes it was wrong if she took it, but it should have been handled on a non internet scale. Sickening.
FrankiLee FrankiLee 6 years
Goodness. I mean, if the woman stole the gun, that's not right of her, but to post it on youtube? That's not the way to deal with situations like this. Obviously he was looking to cause trouble. Why not deal with it privately amongst yourselves? He had to have known that it would blow up if he posted it on the internet. What I would have done (and I would assume the majority of the users on here!) is talk with her in private about what I saw, what I thought about the situation, and hopefully it would end there. No need to make it into a big scene.
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