On Friday (Aug 16) an incredibly cold-hearted hate letter aimed at a boy suffering from severe autism was sent to a home in Newcastle, Ontario. Among many other terrible statements, the letter says, "Do the right thing and move or euthanize him."

Karla Begley says during the summer months her 13-year-old son Max Begley stays with his grandmother Brenda Milson in the mornings. The one-page letter, delivered to Milson's home anonymously, describes Max as a "wild animal" and a "nuisance."

In an interview with CityNews Brenda Milson says, "I was shaking when I was reading it. It’s awful words. You don’t know why somebody would ever do such a thing.”

Begley told the media that she has contacted police and should the facts warrant it, charges will be filed.