Two in two days

Ray Thomas raythomas101 at HOTMAIL.COM
Sun Oct 1 10:19:27 MDT 2000


You are absolutely right. And both mothers should be prosecuted to the full
extent of the law if all allegations are true. Were they birth mothers or
foster mothers?

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>From: Jim Nantz <jnantz at INFICAD.COM>
>Reply-To: Open discussion of current events <RUSHTALK at>
>Subject: Two in two days
>Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2000 00:06:59 -0700
>Two babies have drowned in the Phoenix area in just two days.  The first
>was on Wednesday when a woman in Peoria left her baby in the tub while she
>went outside to talk to a friend.  She was gone only a few minutes, but
>long enough.  By the time she thought to check on her baby; the baby was
>dead.  She called 911 and the EMS people and the cops showed up.  The
>paramedics took the baby to the hospital where the baby was confirmed
>The police investagated and found that she had left her baby unattended in
>the tub so they arrested her for child neglect/abuse.
>I learned about this one Thursday morning listening to the radio on the
>way to work.  This morning (Friday) I heard about another one.  The second
>woman lives in Phoenix and left her daughter, a victim of Down Syndrome
>alone in the tub while she went outside to check her mail.  Of course she
>stayed out there long enough to read it.  By the time she thought to go
>back inside to check her baby, the little girl was dead.  This second,
>worthless mother was also arrested and charged with child abuse.
>The sad thing about this is that if these worthless excuses for human
>beings had decided to have their babies killed before they were born; it
>would be perfectly legal.

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