For your info utahtoad, it is extremely uncommon for someone to reach 34 weeks gestation and not know they are pregnant. Maybe in the first few months, but not that far along. In case you didn't know sex often leads to a baby. I am glad you are so comfortable judging me for judging a murderer, I happen to have knowledge and facts that support my opinion. With this knowledge, I am led to believe that this alleged abuse never happened. With as much media attention as this case was given why weren't any charges filed against these neighborhood boys? BECAUSE IT ISN'T TRUE! Oh and don't worry about including me in your prayers because I am perfectly happy.
Hey guitarboy, I do happen to have knowledge of actual facts that establish my views and I know with certainty that this poor baby was murdered. One of the problems with our legal system is that sometimes the good guys win and sometimes they lose (this is a case of the latter). The system makes the wrong decision on occasion, eg: Dred Scott decision, separate but equal doctrine. I suppose because I have not been able to conceive a child I am somewhat bitter but that does not change the fact that this girl killed a human being and that truly disgusts me. I also find it amusing that you are protecting this Kareena for what she has done and judge me for "judging" her.
This girl is SICK! No one is stupid enough to not know they are pregnant. She may have had things happen to her but that is no excuse for her to murder her sweet, innocent baby. The comments regarding her family being upstanding Mormons are proposterous, from what I've heard they are no angels. Pleading to a negligent homicide and getting community service hours is a disgrace and suing public agencies civilly afterwards is even more disgusting. Your reward has already been given to you by not having to serve any time for murder. As a woman who is not able to conceive a child, this is an incredibly heinous crime. Instead of giving that baby boy to someone that would love and care for him you let him die outside a window. While he struggled to take his first and last breath, you were trying to hide everything and pretend it never happened. I am truly disgusted with Kareena and her family as well as anyone who supports them. I hope that someday when you marry and have your "real" family that this experience constantly haunts you.
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