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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    Quote Originally Posted by AtlantaAdonis View Post
    It wouldn't surprise me at all if racial slurs were used which provoked the attack.
    It surprises me that anyone would think racial slurs can provoke firing 4 shots at someone and then shooting a baby in the face.

    That smells Poe.

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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    If they are found guilty, they deserve the highest sentence allowable.

    That said, this whole story doesn't ring true with me. The only thing that has been consistent is the fact that there is a dead baby, and someone shot the poor little thing. The mother seems... off. If I'd just seen someone slaughter my baby, I wouldn't be giving long, rambling interviews within hours. Everything she said seemed so practiced, so nonsensical (the way she made a big deal of running into a driveway with her baby, after the perps had left instead of screaming for help, for example). She seemed more nervous than griefstricken... then again, people deal with grief differently.

    All I know is that when I saw her, my brain whispered "shades of Susan Smith." If the police can't find the murder weapon and tie it to their "suspects", you can color me skeptical about the entire quick-turnaround arrest based on... well, based on nothing that's been made public beyond they fit the descriptions.

    Yeah, I'm cynical. I know. But I'll wait and see what happens on this, because I'm not getting the "aha, justice will now be done" vibe.

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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    Quote Originally Posted by AtlantaAdonis View Post
    I'm not condoning it, just saying there's probably more to the story.
    I don't care if she if she reached into the back of her pants and threw feces at them, how can you shoot a 13 month old baby in the face?

    Just flush that gene pool down the toilet.

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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    If they are found guilty, they deserve the highest sentence allowable.

    That said, this whole story doesn't ring true with me. The only thing that has been consistent is the fact that there is a dead baby, and someone shot the poor little thing. The mother seems... off. If I'd just seen someone slaughter my baby, I wouldn't be giving long, rambling interviews within hours. Everything she said seemed so practiced, so nonsensical (the way she made a big deal of running into a driveway with her baby, after the perps had left instead of screaming for help, for example). She seemed more nervous than griefstricken... then again, people deal with grief differently.

    All I know is that when I saw her, my brain whispered "shades of Susan Smith." If the police can't find the murder weapon and tie it to their "suspects", you can color me skeptical about the entire quick-turnaround arrest based on... well, based on nothing that's been made public beyond they fit the descriptions.

    Yeah, I'm cynical. I know. But I'll wait and see what happens on this, because I'm not getting the "aha, justice will now be done" vibe.
    Well as soon I post my comment I read your comment and that does sound odd. I would be a basket case if I just saw my 13 month old killed. Or was she in a state of shock?

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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    [QUOTE=ecofarm;1061601502That smells Poe.[/QUOTE]

    everything he writes does.

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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    If they are found guilty, they deserve the highest sentence allowable.

    That said, this whole story doesn't ring true with me. The only thing that has been consistent is the fact that there is a dead baby, and someone shot the poor little thing. The mother seems... off. If I'd just seen someone slaughter my baby, I wouldn't be giving long, rambling interviews within hours. Everything she said seemed so practiced, so nonsensical (the way she made a big deal of running into a driveway with her baby, after the perps had left instead of screaming for help, for example). She seemed more nervous than griefstricken... then again, people deal with grief differently.

    All I know is that when I saw her, my brain whispered "shades of Susan Smith." If the police can't find the murder weapon and tie it to their "suspects", you can color me skeptical about the entire quick-turnaround arrest based on... well, based on nothing that's been made public beyond they fit the descriptions.

    Yeah, I'm cynical. I know. But I'll wait and see what happens on this, because I'm not getting the "aha, justice will now be done" vibe.
    Exactly, plus the part that struck me, is the whole "that looks like the guy" thing....A photo array, and she was skeptical about the younger one...No murder weapon, no eyewitness that can be conclusive....I just don't think at this early point that they have the right guys....That said, whom ever is responsible for this should rot in hell.
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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    It takes a real evil monster ta shoot an infant.

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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    If they are found guilty, they deserve the highest sentence allowable.

    That said, this whole story doesn't ring true with me. The only thing that has been consistent is the fact that there is a dead baby, and someone shot the poor little thing. The mother seems... off. If I'd just seen someone slaughter my baby, I wouldn't be giving long, rambling interviews within hours. Everything she said seemed so practiced, so nonsensical (the way she made a big deal of running into a driveway with her baby, after the perps had left instead of screaming for help, for example). She seemed more nervous than griefstricken... then again, people deal with grief differently.

    All I know is that when I saw her, my brain whispered "shades of Susan Smith." If the police can't find the murder weapon and tie it to their "suspects", you can color me skeptical about the entire quick-turnaround arrest based on... well, based on nothing that's been made public beyond they fit the descriptions.

    Yeah, I'm cynical. I know. But I'll wait and see what happens on this, because I'm not getting the "aha, justice will now be done" vibe.
    Interesting. I haven't seen her interviewed. Did the cops check her out as a sucpect, to your knowledge?
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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    Well as soon I post my comment I read your comment and that does sound odd. I would be a basket case if I just saw my 13 month old killed. Or was she in a state of shock?
    I'm not a shrink, but it didn't appear so to me. You'd have to see a video of her interview and judge for yourself (I tried, but couldn't find the video of her press conference). Trust me, it was odd.

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    Re: Police arrest 2 teens in georgia baby's killing

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    If they are found guilty, they deserve the highest sentence allowable.

    That said, this whole story doesn't ring true with me. The only thing that has been consistent is the fact that there is a dead baby, and someone shot the poor little thing. The mother seems... off. If I'd just seen someone slaughter my baby, I wouldn't be giving long, rambling interviews within hours. Everything she said seemed so practiced, so nonsensical (the way she made a big deal of running into a driveway with her baby, after the perps had left instead of screaming for help, for example). She seemed more nervous than griefstricken... then again, people deal with grief differently.

    All I know is that when I saw her, my brain whispered "shades of Susan Smith." If the police can't find the murder weapon and tie it to their "suspects", you can color me skeptical about the entire quick-turnaround arrest based on... well, based on nothing that's been made public beyond they fit the descriptions.

    Yeah, I'm cynical. I know. But I'll wait and see what happens on this, because I'm not getting the "aha, justice will now be done" vibe.
    A white woman kills her child and says an African-American is responsible? Nah, couldn't be.

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