David Martin and his wife Pamela Martin are seen in undated photos provided by the Kansas City Missouri Police Department. David Martin, 42, and his wife, Pamela Martin, 41, are accused of handcuffing the husband's teenage son to a basement pole , and have been charged with child abuse. The couple were charged Tuesday, Feb. 12 2013 in Clay County Circuit Court with felonious restraint and child abuse. The 17-year-old was found Feb. 4 after a neighbor contacted a social services agency. Police found the boy in the basement curled in a fetal position and locked to a steel pole. (AP Photo/Kansas City Missouri Police Department)

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David Martin and his wife Pamela Martin are seen in undated photos provided by the Kansas City Missouri Police Department. David Martin, 42, and his wife, Pamela Martin, 41, are accused of handcuffing the husband's teenage son to a basement pole , and have been charged with child abuse. The couple were charged Tuesday, Feb. 12 2013 in Clay County Circuit Court with felonious restraint and child abuse. The 17-year-old was found Feb. 4 after a neighbor contacted a social services agency. Police found the boy in the basement curled in a fetal position and locked to a steel pole. (AP Photo/Kansas City Missouri Police Department)
David Martin and his wife Pamela Martin are seen in undated photos provided by the Kansas City Missouri Police Department. David Martin, 42, and his wife, Pamela Martin, 41, are accused of handcuffing the husband's teenage son to a basement pole , and have been charged with child abuse. The couple were charged Tuesday, Feb. 12 2013 in Clay County Circuit Court with felonious restraint and child abuse. The 17-year-old was found Feb. 4 after a neighbor contacted a social services agency. Police found the boy in the basement curled in a fetal position and locked to a steel pole. (AP Photo/Kansas City Missouri Police Department)
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