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American mother gets 99 years in jail for beating her baby


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#31 MillerGenuineDraft

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 01:12 PM

Why'd I have to read this at 2 am...

The woman is clearly a sociopath. This is some Dave Pelzer type stuff. This will no doubt effect the children for their lifetime.

Hopefully her penitentiary has some women who killed their husbands for abuse.


I immediately thought of A child called it when I read this. This is exactly what she deserves, without a doubt.

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#32 Aladeen

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 01:51 PM

She pleaded guilty in July to a charge of first-degree injury to a child, a crime punishable by anywhere between probation and life in prison.

Wow that is a huge disparity in the sentence one can get for this crime. I personally agree with the verdict but I wonder what the conditions are that give one person probation and the other a 99 year sentence?
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