This is sad, to think they would harm a child.
Check it out:

After a year-long dispute between a Washington union and United Grain Corp., the National Labor Relations Board is charging union picketers with not only attacking company workers, but with threatening to rape one manager’s daughter and issuing veiled threats to another’s children.

The charges have come a year after wheat exporting company United Grain Corp. in Vancouver, Washington first locked out 44 members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) in Feb. 2013, after months of “fruitless negotiations” and allegations that a union member sabotaged company equipment, spawning the escalating fight. In a filing with the NLRB last week, National Labor Relations Board regional director Ronald Hooks accused the longshoremen of a laundry list of violent and dangerous tactics.