One night, Adam Elliott stood in his parents’ bedroom and screamed. He flung everything within his reach across the room.
His mother, Wendy Elliott, tried to clam down her second-grader, just like hundreds of times over the past year when his rage flew out of control. Sometimes, he flipped his desk at school or banged his head. One time, he scratched a classmate’s face with a pencil.
The piercing, sob-laden screams ended as Adam passed out on the bedroom floor. The next morning, Wendy mentioned the incident, but the blond-haired, blue-eyed boy remembered nothing from the night before.
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