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DifferentDay Due June 2; 34 kids; Tennessee 3473 posts
Nov 1st '12

sane or not that was thought out from grabbing the knives, leaving one in the car, making the kids pray/kneel, slitting their throats, killing the dogs bc they were 'witnesses'... driving to the church, leaving and calling n leaving a msg on the answering machine... coming up with 3 separate stories. fry the b*tch. insane or not rip her f*cking heart out while she's still alive. I think she's trying to get an insanity defense not that she really is insane. She prolly did do it all out of spite.

Party of 6 4 kids; Nevada 7871 posts
Nov 1st '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):</b>" She had the wherewithal to tell the police two different stories before settling on the third story of there being "devils" inside the children. She's not insane. Just really good at playing it."</blockquote>



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Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19630 posts
Nov 1st '12
Quoting Legendary Amanda:" What you wrote was super confusing, but I get it and I agree. The thing is though, people don't realize ... [snip!] ... out. She's free, no ties. If she pleads insanity, no matter how long she's in for she'll be monitored the rest of her life. "


Unfortunately, here in the states, they aren't monitored for life. They are committed to an institution until they're deemed "Not a thread to society" anymore and then set free. Because someone who put on this act in the first place couldn't put on yet another act for the institution, right? :roll:

user banned Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
Nov 1st '12
Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):" Unfortunately, here in the states, they aren't monitored for life. They are committed to an institution ... [snip!] ... free. Because someone who put on this act in the first place couldn't put on yet another act for the institution, right? :roll:"


"Not a threat to society"I wish here they would keep people locked up until they were not a 'threat'.. They honestly let people go who are still a threat... One will be released tomorrow in the small city I live in.



The police officers description: "_____ has a lengthy criminal history of violent offences relating to substance abuse, property crime and the commission of violent offences involving use or threat of use of weapons against persons with whom he comes in contact. ..." "under the authority of and pursuant to the Public Disclosure Act, is announcing that a high-risk offender will be, upon his release on November 2, 2012, residing within the _____area. ...."



And they have him as a "likely to re offend"........................ this man is super dangerous, and has used weapons on people?...He is going to end up killing someone, so scary. :(

Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19630 posts
Nov 1st '12
Quoting Kimber-Lily:" "Not a threat to society"I wish here they would keep people locked up until they were not a 'threat'.. ... [snip!] ... this man is super dangerous, and has used weapons on people?...He is going to end up killing someone, so scary. :("


Yeah that's what's scary. They try to make sentences here long enough that if you don't get the death penalty, you're gonna come out of jail old, feeble, and gray. But if you commit the crime at say 20, and then you get 25 years, you're out at 45 and could still potentially be dangerous. I don't agree with that.

*Turtles* 2 kids; Someplace, UT, United States 6098 posts
Nov 2nd '12

Wow..I have read a lot of tragic horrid stories like this and they make me sick. How can people do this to anyone especially a child?