What is it called?
April 5, 2011 3:00am CST
What if a person is unable to speak given the mechanical misfortune at the speech organs then person number two begin asking: 'Why don't you speak, are you scared to talk?', 'Use your mouth', and other leader-like shouts the purpose of which to make the person talk. What could be the frustration level by the victim of this verbal harrassment? The person was right for telling him to speak, nothing can be gained without speaking, only the problem is the shouting person does not know about the speech flaw by the first and even if told it will only be ignored and considered as ineffective alibi or stubbornness. Should instances like that go on with no justice rendered? In case that the impairment is said and known and still the person is shouted at, what kind of legal action is appropriate for that person? Not theft nor murder, couldn't get the word by the tip of my tongue. Just what is it? Child abuse?
5 Apr 11
Condition you illustrated about the first person can be called Dysarthria. Dysarthria is a speech disturbance due to emotional stress, to brain injury, or to paralysis, incoordination, trauma, or spasticity of the muscles used for speaking. That is the mechanical malfunctioning of vocal cords causes dysarthria. Yes, legal action can be take for the other person under: 1. Laws against mental harassment. 2. Laws against mortification. 3. Laws of human rights.