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For Calling Babies ‘Mini Satans’ On Social Media, Navy Hospital Removes Staffers


The Naval Hospital Jacksonville in Florida was forced to fire two female staff members after they went on social media to post pictures of the newborns they were handling and calling them ‘mini Satans.’ The two corpsmen were not only inappropriately sharing work images online but they were also making them ‘dance’ to music and making inappropriate gestures towards them.

A Snapchat video showed the woman moving the infant’s arm to the beat of 50 Cent’s ‘In Da Club’ in the background.

The women also posted a photo where one of the staff was holding up a middle finger to the children with the caption reading: ‘how I currently feel about these ‘mini Satans.’’

The hospital went on Facebook earlier this week to release their official statement. They stated that the video was ‘outrageous, unacceptable, incredibly unprofessional and cannot be tolerated.’


They said that the two staff members, who are not nurses, have been terminated and that ‘they will be handled by the legal system and military justice.’


However, the race of these babies has never been officially identified by the hospital on social media or by their spokespeople.

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But it was actually Denisa Shellito who identified those two workers. Denisa claims to be a former classmate of the woman who posted the video on Snapchat.


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