Two Oklahoma lesbians were arrested after seriously abusing one of the women's sons over a period of many months with a hammer, belt, duct tape and violent physical assaults which caused him to suffer multiple strokes and be hospitalized.

Rachel Stevens, 28, and Kayla Jones, 25, were arrested by the Muskogee Police and are facing felony charges of child abuse by injury and child neglect.

The Tulsa World reports:

Police were called to St. John Medical Center in Tulsa on Dec. 8 after the boy was transferred there from a Muskogee clinic because of lesions on his face and seizures he was having, according to information from an affidavit and a Muskogee Police Department news release.

The boy was then airlifted to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City, where it was discovered that he had multiple broken bones at different stages of healing, and was malnourished, the affidavit states.

While the boy was being treated at OU Medical Center, he suffered two strokes due to trauma, the affidavit states.

After conducting forensic interviews, investigators determined that the boy had been locked in a room and bound with duct tape over his eyes. The boy told investigators that his mother, Stevens, and Stevens' girlfriend, Jones, had beaten him with a belt, the affidavit states.

Here is the affidavit that was filed:

Rachel Stevens Kayla Jones

According to court documents, the young boy said the two women had both "hit him on the hand, head and but with a belt."

"It was also disclose that the mother hit the victim on the hand with a hammer," the documents read. "The victim disclosed that the stepmother kicked him in the groin so hard that it made him bleed."

Of course, the boy's mother, Stevens, said that she should have taken the boy to the hospital when he began to have seizures and should have also looked after the cuts on the boy's body from the beatings.

However, as if the two women were not involved in sexual deviancy and then the beating of a helpless child, they sought to start a GoFundMe page and claimed that the boy had caused his own injuries. They were looking to profit from their own criminal activity and the suffering of this little boy!

"Anytime you have child abuse or sexual abuse of a minor child, it's always difficult because we're dealing with such an innocent victim," Muskogee County District Attorney Orvil Loge told News on 6.

Police even said that they did not believe the boy caused his own injuries.

As a result of the charges against the two women, another 5-year-old boy and 7-year-old girl were removed from the home and placed in the custody of the Department of Human Services, which may be even more questionable. Both of these children did not appear to be abused.

"Muskogee police investigators determined that over the course of several months the 5-year-old was abused by Rachel and Kayla in various different ways which has led to a lengthy stay in the hospital for the child," Officer Lincoln Anderson said.

The 5-year-old who was abused has "slowly progressed for the better," according to Officer Anderson.

These women are without any natural affection (2 Timothy 3:3), both in a desire to be with a woman rather than a man (Romans 1:27) and in what is the natural response of a mother to her children and that is love, not beating them. They are the very kind of evidence of those whom God has turned over to a reprobate mind and are under the judgment of God. Now, let's see if the judge will impose real justice to these women on behalf of this young boy.

I'm not holding my breath, but I will say to the people of Oklahoma, get ready for injustice to be poured out on them at your expense, unless you demand justice! For if you want to remain free, then you must let justice guard your liberty!

Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.