Should've just kill this mutant Charges added to suspected child abuser after N.C. dad posts photos of bruised toddler online, calls justice system ‘a joke’ BY Nina Golgowski NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, July 10, 2015, 5:26 PM Facebook The father of this 2-year-old girl uploaded photos of her horrific welts and bruises after charges were dropped against her suspected attacker, Kyle Christopher Fox. The parents of a two-year-old girl who was allegedly beaten with a metal belt and slammed into a wall have posted photos of her sickening injuries on social media after charges were dropped against her alleged attacker -- their babysitter's husband. That stunning decision, nearly two years after she was abused, fueled the North Carolina child's outraged father into uploading the photos on Facebook Wednesday where they were shared more than 134,000 times. The end result: On Thursday Kyle Christopher Fox was recharged with not only the original count of misdemeanor child abuse, but felony assault by strangulation and misdemeanor assault on a child under the age of 12. That easily proved to be relieving news for the girl's parents, notably her father, who had expressed frustration on having patiently trusted in the judicial system to fix something he felt he could have done himself. "I'm supposed to let the court system handle it but the court system failed," William Hollars told Fox8. "You know I could have done a better job myself, and I promise you he'd never hit another child again." The court's decision to drop the charges against Fox was over witnesses in the case failing to appear in court Wednesday, prosecutors said. After dropping the charges against Fox, pictured, prosecutors recharged him with not only the original misdemeanor count but felony assault by strangulation and misdemeanor assault on a child. In Hollars' Facebook post he stated that the witnesses, who called police after seeing Fox grab his daughter by her throat in a Hardee's restaurant, had appeared at all of the previous 11 hearings. But because of this one, the case they had worked on against Fox over the last 21 months was essentially tossed. He slammed the justice system as "an absolute joke." "…Fox beat my then 2 year old daughter ... with a metal end of a belt buckle leaving welts all over her back and butt then smashed her head into the wall bruising her forehead & bloodying her nose. Then left her lying in a pool of throw up and blood," he wrote. "I want justice for my daughter and apparently in Forsyth County it's illegal to get into a fight with another adult, it's a felony to mess with an animal, but u can abuse beat and hospitalize a child and walk scot-free." Hollars' wife, Leigh, expressed hope that with the new charges they're finally a little closer toward moving on. "I just don't want anyone else to have to go through this and I know on a daily basis it happens," said told Fox8. "People told us, 'Oh, your daughter won't remember any of this. She's only 2 years old.' But she still wakes up screaming and kicking from nightmares." The station reported that Fox has a lengthy criminal history in North Carolina, in addition to four pending court dates in the same county. Those pending cases are for disorderly conduct in a public building, possessing drug paraphernalia, driving while license revoked, assault with a deadly weapon, reckless driving, communicating threats, and multiple driving-related charges. His previous charges reportedly include DWI, felony possession of drugs, carrying a concealed weapon, breaking and entering, communicating threats, assault on female, larceny, and assault.