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Springfield, MO - Police and paramedics were called to Tatianna Light’s home Tuesday afternoon after receiving a 911 call in which she reported her 2-month-old son, Kaiden, was not breathing. Tatianna told officers she had placed the baby on his back on her bed and went to do laundry. When she returned about ten minutes later, Kaiden had rolled onto his stomach and had blood in his nose, so she called 911. EMT’s were unable to resuscitate the baby and he was pronounced dead at the hospital. Tatianna was questioned again. This time, her story was a little different. She told officers she undressed the child, cleaned him, and tried to perform CPR for about 30-45 minutes. And after calling a family member for advice, she finally got around to calling 911. Those slight discrepancies led to further questioning down at the station, where Tatianna eventually admitted to smothering the infant with pillows. She told police she held the pillows over Kaiden’s face for about an hour. Within that time span, she lifted the pillow and discovered Kaiden was still breathing, so she continued to hold the pillows over his face until he stopped. According to Tatianna’s mother, Children’s Services removed Kaiden from the home last week after receiving an abuse call concerning the boy. After an investigation, he was returned to Tatianna and had been back in her care for less than a day when he died. Tatianna, 23, has been charged with second-degree murder. Thanks for the tip, AKA Jas. 

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  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    She just looks mean. And very butch-y. She should get on fine in prison.

    So, CPS does a bang up job again, huh. Surprise, surprise.

  • Lilloric

    another fine investigation by the child welfare system. it’s been just over a year since i became a foster parent and i am never surprised about things like this happening anymore.poor baby.sadly the case worker will be exonerated of any wrong doing and will continue on in their job only to allow this to happen to another child.i think her and the butch looking mother should have to share a cell, but that won’t happen

  • http://www.facebook.com/dre.mosley Dre Mosley

    Good Ol’ CPS. . .failing kids one by one.

  • Danielle915

    That man looking thing doesn’t deserve a baby. Look at how many people in this world that can’t have kids that REALLY deserve them, and then this piece of trash is given the gift of a baby just to abuse and murder him. And yet again, CPS has failed another innocent child.

  • Zibarro aka Kryssa

    Back wit her Less.Than.A.Day. wtfuhell?

    What a fucking will to live that poor baby had! An hour without oxygen – yet still breathing? This stupid cunt! So very many things I wish upon her — and not one of them is good.

    What a beautiful child!! How heartbreaking for her husband and older son :(

    “My name is Tatianna. I have been married to the love of my life since February 28, 2007. I have two adorable children. Michael who was born June 11, 2006 and Kaiden who was born August 8, 2010.”
    http://photos-f.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs681.snc4/62112_107143226016521_100001625334442_58472_7816794_s.jpg

    “I am also a drug addict well recovering drug addict. I love NA.
    Favorite Quotations Today I choose to live, I’m not going to use no matter what happens.

    One Day At A Time

    Never Alone Never Again”

    Makes ya wonder if “never say never” came into play?

    I just cannot, for the life of me, understand how a woman can carry and birth a child – and then proceed to kill it. This wasn’t a momentary “lapse” or “fit of rage” – this took time and deliberation. This took soullessness to watch her own child die slowly and violently. May this bitch never know a moments peace again.

  • Jury

    If she didn’t want the kid why did she take him back? What a cold hearted bitch.

  • http://www.facebook.com/somuchitmakesmesick Dominique Bonadia

    americans have ample access to the “day after” pill, abortion, adoption etc etc. and yet these fucking women go through with these pregnancies!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i’m currently living in brazil and around here there is no such thing as abortion, and adoption well you can forget it because the parents are rigid catholics and practically force the mother’s to keep them – people really don’t know how good they have it. that lady should have exercised her right to choose rather than let it get this far.

    the baby would have been better off being vacuumed out of her tainted womb. then have to endure a tiny life of abuse and neglect from it’s “mother”.

  • Missycaro1981

    Someone should have kept the little baby from this horrible man!!!!

  • Zibarro aka Kryssa

    She was *married* … not so simple to run out and get an abortion or put the baby up for adoption. She already had a 4 year old son … apparently without ever having an incident requiring CPS intervention.

    Perhaps she DID want this child – and as much as I hate to say it – suffered an extreme episode of Postpartum Psychosis. Just speculation.

    You’d think if she showed any signs of harming this infant, if CPS couldn’t see it – surely her husband would have or family doctor(?) 2 mos. is usually checkup time.

    Maybe we’ll know more in time. Whatever happened – it can’t excuse this totally. If she’s found to have had a “break”, I’d say that should be cause for immediate sterilization. You just don’t take the chance she’ll breed again – and kill again.

  • UniqueMommy1984

    Baby should have NEVER been returned to her… :-( RIP little guy….

  • Queenpunkr

    Here we go again with the murdering of another innocent life. I have to actually agree with DB on this one. Women in america have access to plenty of options when it comes to planned parenthood and birth control. Most states even have programs where they will PAY FOR PEOPLE TO GET FIXED! I know this because they did it for my hubby after our 2nd child (we knew that 2 was all we could handle financially and both my kids were failed b.c. pill babies). maybe instead of focusing on anti-tobacco campaigns the media should start promoting planned parenthood and options for people like this. RIP little one I hope you are in a better place now.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sonya.dehart Sonya DeHart

    That baby was so beautiful. She has to be totally soulless to be able to hold a pillow over a baby’s face for a whole damn HOUR! He had to have struggled, kicked, made noises while she was trying to smother him in that hour. What a cold hearted bitch.

  • RobotSocks

    Jesus, lord have mercy, I want to slap that nasty look off her fucking face so bad I can TASTE it.

  • Breadstix

    Sick bitch. She was lucky to even get laid much less conceive a child.

  • http://justiceforcaylee.synthasite.com/ shyloh

    Being an Advocate I know how hard it is. And one does get burned out often. This is why. Once a week I have to take time out. Do for me and stay away from all these horror stories. Refocus and get right back out there for the victims. No excuses. If we don’t refocus. This is what happens. Poor judgement and the next step in the death of that precious person.

  • Jamie Arnett71

    advocate for what? *sorry, not related, just curious*

    questions aside…how awful! that is really about the best i can come up with. this is just awful.

  • Zibarro aka Kryssa

    To be fair (not that I’m convinced she deserves any ‘fairness’) … she wasn’t exactly “butt fugly” before her arrest. Kinda plain.

    http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-snc4/hs351.snc4/41619_100001625334442_6587_n.jpg

  • headonapike

    Her mug shot says it all. What a cold hearted bitch. What’s beyond me is that some guys are so desperate for pussy that they would stick their dick in that he-bitch. Imagine waking up to that every morning. Run away!

  • headonapike

    Boy, something sure changed her. Maybe it was the evil lurking inside.

  • aka jas

    She has more children-all of which were taken from the home. Its sad, CPS failed more than one child in this case.

  • Zibarro aka Kryssa

    Please link :)

  • Jeanib_rn

    The sperm donnor in the FB photo is older than her own father and a registered sex offender,..how was that baby ever allowed back in that house?? I just don’t get it.

  • Anonymous

    I wouldn’t be quick to blame the case worker specifically… chances are she has a monstrous case load and much less power to act in these situations than you’d think. Probably works 70 hour weeks, gets paid only for 40, at a relatively low wage. It is the system itself that probably failed this baby… not a lowly case worker.

    And in spite of how horrible CPS may be these days, it has improved drastically from what it was decades back, when pedophiles used the system to not only keep themselves with a constantly revolving fresh stock of children to molest, but hefty paychecks in the form of the children’s SSI checks. The system has improved by leaps and bounds over the years, only because people demanded it, and it will never improve to a level where it actually does its job well until taxpayers demand it, along with the increases in funding and taxes that it would entail.

  • Anonymous

    We do not allocate to CPS the resources or power it would need to do a good job, or attract many people willing to do the job. Case workers earn a crappy wage and I have never heard of one that doesn’t have a case load that would have to be distributed among 3 or 4 workers to be handled properly… and this is the price we pay.

    We demand better roads, better schools, all kinds of things, so that is what the lawmakers concentrate on and that’s where they send the money. Why blame a case worker who was probably one of only a handful of people who ever advocated for this baby? Blame yourselves.

  • aka jas

    –Actually, it is in the video. [Do you mean in what way?]

  • Queenpunkr

    “We do not allocate to CPS the resources or power it would need to do a good job, or attract many people willing to do the job. Case workers earn a crappy wage and I have never heard of one that doesn’t have a case load that would have to be distributed among 3 or 4 workers to be handled properly… and this is the price we pay.

    We demand better roads, better schools, all kinds of things, so that is what the lawmakers concentrate on and that’s where they send the money. Why blame a case worker who was probably one of only a handful of people who ever advocated for this baby?” *agreed*

    “Blame yourselves”- I have to disagree with this statement…the person to blame is the monster who could hold a pillow over the face of an innocent baby FOR OVER AN HOUR, and the other adults around this vicious beast who knew what she was like yet chose to not get involved. I had a friend who was investigated by CPS for unfounded reports that she abused/neglected her children.CPS contacted everyone she knew (granted she offered up info such as names and phone numbers) so if the same was done in this investigation, someone could have seen the warning signs and notified CPS before the child was ever given back.I can’t imagine what the civil servants at CPS go through when they discover they have made a horrible mistake and allowed a child back into an environment where the child is abused/killed. The case workers must get their ounce of respect for even daring to take on these cases and work in these positions.

  • Queenpunkr

    “We do not allocate to CPS the resources or power it would need to do a good job, or attract many people willing to do the job. Case workers earn a crappy wage and I have never heard of one that doesn’t have a case load that would have to be distributed among 3 or 4 workers to be handled properly… and this is the price we pay.

    We demand better roads, better schools, all kinds of things, so that is what the lawmakers concentrate on and that’s where they send the money. Why blame a case worker who was probably one of only a handful of people who ever advocated for this baby?” *agreed*

    “Blame yourselves”- I have to disagree with this statement…the person to blame is the monster who could hold a pillow over the face of an innocent baby FOR OVER AN HOUR, and the other adults around this vicious beast who knew what she was like yet chose to not get involved. I had a friend who was investigated by CPS for unfounded reports that she abused/neglected her children.CPS contacted everyone she knew (granted she offered up info such as names and phone numbers) so if the same was done in this investigation, someone could have seen the warning signs and notified CPS before the child was ever given back.I can’t imagine what the civil servants at CPS go through when they discover they have made a horrible mistake and allowed a child back into an environment where the child is abused/killed. The case workers must get their ounce of respect for even daring to take on these cases and work in these positions.

  • Anonymous

    Jesus. Who slept with that?!

  • http://www.facebook.com/somuchitmakesmesick Dominique Bonadia

    oh. i didn’t read she was married. but, being married doesn’t mean you can’t have the abortion, even if the husband knows. state laws may very but i know in indiana/ohio you can have the abortion even if your husband follows you there kicking and screaming. the beauty of a woman’s right to choose is it’s -your choice-. i don’t know of any state that does enforce mens right about abortion, or have heard about it. having said that, it’d break my heart to think that states would alter the laws to keep woman caged because of the husband’s opinion. not all husbands are father material.

    i don’t know a single thing about postpartum, and what things it may cause a woman to do, so i can’t comment on that.

  • Athena

    Never gonna happen in a country this religious. Pro-lifers would rather children get beaten, abused and murdered once they can feel it rather than a quiet, painless dispatching when they’re still an unviable ball of cells.

    Ahhhh, religion.

  • Kwumey

    I agree .. this beast/err mother would have done better to that baby to abort it as a fetus than to bring it to term only to torture and murder the lil baby.. awful..

  • Jessica

    Why only second degree murder? This is flat out first degree. Intentionally killing him. WTF.

    Poor little baby.. breaks my heart.

  • Kwumey

    *squinting to determine if that the mother or father in that pic*

  • Athena

    I know how easy it is to jump on the Blame CPS bandwagon, but the truth is, they can’t keep a person’s children if there is no EVIDENCE of abuse. An allegation or a hunch simply isn’t good enough. I can only imagine how many times it’s killed a caseworker to return children to a household where they feel in their gut something is wrong, but after an exhaustive investigation, couldn’t find any evidence to substantiate the decision to relocate the children.

    CPS failures exist when evidence exists and the case worker misses it because they performed a lazy investigation or, worse yet, spot the abuse but turn a blind eye because they didn’t want to do the paperwork or some shit. But we’ve got no reason at this point to believe that’s what happened here.

    Odd are, this is no different than a case where the police are forced to release a suspect for lack of evidence, only for that person to reoffend. Sometimes, there’s nothing the authorities can do.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Whatever it was, it must have been blind.

  • LeaveMeBe

    At the risk of raising everyone’s ire, CPS does not have the final say in whether or not a child is put back into the home. A judge does that, as well as determines if a child is removed or not. I am not saying that a caseworker does not have culpability. It is their job to gather evidence and present it to the judge who makes the determination. If they fail to gather proper evidence and document it correctly and present it to the judge, then it is their fault. Same thing goes for the guardian ad litem and any/all social services workers involved in the case, including counselors. But I have personally seen a couple of case where against the caseworker’s, counselor’s and guardian ad litem’s advice a judge sends a child back into a home. It can be bigger than just a CPS issue.

    Either way, a slow torturous death by suffocation and small cuts for slow painful bleeding out for this woman wouldn’t satisfy me, not by a long shot.

  • Queenpunkr

    Unfortunately you are absolutely right (as you often are)! Even if we leave the abortion issue out of it there are ways to prevent unwanted pregnancies to begin with. IMO the USA would be better served to offer information on planned parenthood BEFORE these pregnancies happen, however no matter how much we try to educate people there will always be those breeders who use children as an excuse to collect a check and keep a partner, and don’t give a shit about the welfare of these innocents lives they destroy.

  • Mysteryfan1968

    That’s a woman?

  • Anonymous

    Crystal Meth is a hell of a drug! To go from plain Jane to beat yo ass Butch in such a short amount of time there had to have been drugs involved.

  • Shelbelle

    Funny, ’cause if you look at her facebook profile, she looks like she had a Brittany Spears type breakdown after the pic taken for her profile!

  • http://www.facebook.com/somuchitmakesmesick Dominique Bonadia

    most states just try to cut pph’s funding and drive it out of existence. i love pph and if i had insurance i’d still use pph. PLENTY of times i’ve needed care that would cost 100.00-200.00 (i didn’t qualify for the sliding fee) and they gave it to me free.

    not sure about school now a days.. do they still have sex education?? i hear a lot about school’s banning that, along with the pledge of allegiance and a bunch of other bogus crap.

  • aka jas

    I just need to put this out there Athena. If CPS is willing to take children away they should be willing to follow up and make sure everything is kosher in the home, especially with a new born. There was reason to take and keep other children out. Giving back the life that is most fragile. Seems as though this experiment went bad.

    I had stated that CPS failed more than one child. CPS just gave that baby back to them a week prior. Why not the rest? Its unknown. But by not fully protecting the infant and going another route with the parents, these other children now are (basically) motherless, and have a dead brother.

    Somewhere CPS failed, so it seems to me.

  • aka jas

    Interesting. The whole judges and court part. I hadn’t thought about that.

  • http://www.facebook.com/somuchitmakesmesick Dominique Bonadia

    wow. well said.

  • MyMomSaidImSpecial

    “Smothering your child with kisses” by Tatianna Light, a Casey Anthony production, written and directed by Cindy Anthony

  • Athena

    As Leave Me Be stated below, CPS doesn’t have the final say. A judge does. All the CPS can do is provide evidence, if there is any.

  • Athena

    It depends on the state, really. Most schools have some form of sex-ed, but many schools stick with “abstinence-only” education rather than comprehensive sex-ed. Sadly, it often follows the red state/blue state map.

  • aka jas

    TY! I read it after…

  • leah 7

    these idiots should give their babies up for adoption, sign papers to an adoption agency before a precious innocent baby is born just to be murdered by the the ones who gave birth to them, they ( the mom) didn’t want the baby anyway.

  • Anonymous

    I read a hilarious (but sad) article about the absurd notions of a cross-section of Florida teens in the wake of abstinence-only “education.” I mean, really stupid stuff, like: douching with Dr. Pepper prevents pregnancy! Yeah.

  • Anonymous

    She does look super-butch. I admit that was my first thought. My second thought was, “why don’t people just have abortions if they don’t want to be parents?” My third thought was, “maybe she has postpartum depression.” And, then, in circular fashion, my 4th thought was, “damn, she really does look butch. What’s the DAD look like?”

  • uvgottabkiddin

    There is no doubt that she’s walking, 2 months old?? Even if she didn’t have PPS, they will swear she did, poor baby :(

  • Anonymous

    Good to know. Sort of like animal welfare officers. I always thought they had more power than that, because of how much the skanky girls with babies in my neighborhood used to complain about them. I guess they just really suck as parents and leave a lot of evidence behind.

  • Anonymous

    Ewww….also: ouch? Maybe? That just seems weird and stupid and terrible for you.

    My middle school had really comprehensive sex-ed, with teen moms and AIDS patients and all that coming in to talk to us, but my high school (started when the first sex-ed funding referendums and bills were passed, and WI learned that since it would have to fund 100% of the program if it continued normally) was really abstinence-heavy. I think part of that was the teacher, though. I heard of other teachers being very heavy-handed about birth control, but mine was just angry and bitter and threatened to set my pigtails on fire and blow my head up like a roman candle -_- Also she only taught how sex and eating disorders WILL kill you, end of story.

    It was fascinating seeing how much (rather, how little) the kids from other middle schools knew about sex at the end of that program, since nothing in that school district was standardized until recently.

  • Zibarro aka Kryssa

    No, I meant about the other kids.. but I hadn’t had the opportunity to watch the video so didn’t know it said that there. Thanks :)

  • Zibarro aka Kryssa

    Not saying that being married meant she *couldn’t* have an abortion – just saying that it sure would make it tougher to. By the time most women discover they are pregnant, their spouses are usually aware of their concerns and subsequent confirmation. If HE wanted another child, it would be very hard for her to abort without risking ending her marriage.

    As for PPP, here is some info.

    “First recognized as a disorder in 1850, postpartum psychosis is a very serious mental condition that requires immediate medical attention. Interestingly, studies on the rates of the disorder have shown that the number of women experiencing postpartum psychosis haven’t changed since the mid 1800s.

    What Is Postpartum Psychosis?
    While it is the most extreme form of postpartum mood disorders, postpartum psychosis is also one of the rarest. Usually described as a period when a woman loses touch with reality, the disorder occurs in women who have recently given birth. It affects between one and two women per 1,000 women who have given birth.

    Unfortunately, though many women with the disorder realize something is wrong with them, fewer than 20% actually speak to their healthcare provider. Sadder still is the fact that often postpartum psychosis is misdiagnosed or thought to be postpartum depression, thereby preventing a woman from receiving the appropriate medical attention that she needs.

    However, without treatment, the psychosis can lead to tragic consequences. Postpartum psychosis has a 5% suicide rate and a 4% infanticide rate.

    Postpartum Psychosis Signs
    Although the onset of symptoms can occur at anytime within the first three months after giving birth, women who have postpartum psychosis usually develop symptoms within the first two to three weeks after delivery. Postpartum psychosis symptoms usually appear quite suddenly; in 80% of cases, the psychosis occurs three to 14 days after a symptom-free period.

    Signs of postpartum psychosis include:

    Hallucinations
    Delusions
    Illogical thoughts
    Insomnia
    Refusing to eat
    Extreme feelings of anxiety and agitation
    Periods of delirium or mania
    Suicidal or homicidal thoughts

    Who Is At Risk?
    Women with a personal history of psychosis, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia have an increased risk of developing postpartum psychosis. Likewise, women who have a family history of psychosis, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia have a greater chance of developing the disorder. Additonally, women who have had had a past incidence of postpartum psychosis are between 20% and 50% more likely of experiencing it again in a future pregnancy.

    Causes of Postpartum Psychosis
    Experts aren’t exactly sure why postpartum psychosis happens. However, they do offer a variety of explanations for the disorder, with a woman’s changing hormones being at the top of their list. Other possible reasons or contributing factors include a lack of social and emotional support; a low sense of self-esteem due to a woman’s postpartum appearance; feeling inadequate as a mother; feeling isolated and alone; having financial problems; and undergoing a major life change such as moving or starting a new job.

    http://www.pregnancy-info.net/postpartum_psychosis.html

  • Zibarro aka Kryssa

    I watched the video and didn’t see that… they spoke of 4 other kids within the week that have died – but I saw nothing that said they’d taken more of *her* children.
    According to her Facebook page, she only has 1 other son – a 4 year old.

  • MM222

    CPS FAILS AGAIN!!!! nothing about that bitch even remotely looks motherly! ugh! BITCH!

  • SidheDragon

    I happen to agree with you about getting an abortion if they don’t want children. I live in Springfield, MO and was utterly shocked to find out recently that there is NO place in this city where a woman can have an abortion. Women must travel to KC or St Louis or Columbia to have an abortion. I am from the west coast and find this an irresponsible and appalling situation.

  • aka jas

    It is uncomfirmed. I was given this info from a person who worked closely with the infant. I apologize that I have nothing else.

  • Kwumey

    you’re required to have a license to fish, drive, perm hair, get hitched etc….yet any batshit freak with a uterus can have a kid and do God knows what with it…

  • WryBread

    That’s a woman?

    That’s a human? She looks part lizard.

  • Anonymous

    , I was thinking of a sleezstak from old school “Land of the Lost”. Micheal Jackson was a gussied up version of this also.

  • Mrssteinbeck

    Or maybe it was the drugs?

    Or a combination of both.

  • Anonymous

    Im way out of it tonite..I had to read that at least twice and again with glasses( in hopes that if I look smarter it’ll rub off). I really thought that was a fuckin song, and I was like “WHAT?”! Holy shit you little brat.. too funny.

  • celia

    what the fuck? chick with a dick. she looks SO fucking man-ish? she’s got the dyke spike going on too. before even reading the article i was scared.

  • celia

    You have to love CPS. The majority of the time when they do house visits they believe their parents even when all lies are coming out. “Whys your son have bruises on his back”.. Mothers answer: fell off his bunk bed. omggggggggg lmao

  • http://www.facebook.com/somuchitmakesmesick Dominique Bonadia

    when i’m bored i like to google meth makeovers. i think i’ll do that now.

  • MyMomSaysImSpecial

    ……OR thought he was a guy at first!

    “Damn, yous a woman and now you pregnant. I’ve been Pwned! WTF!!”

  • MyMomSaysImSpecial

    ……OR thought he was a guy at first!

    “Damn, yous a woman and now you pregnant. I’ve been Pwned! WTF!!”

  • Anonymous

    I really need to get to Seattle sometime to hang out. I want to hug this post and provide it decent healthcare.

  • Anonymous

    Oh–well–actually–there are whole states in this country where for all intents and purposes, in a practical sense, it is nigh impossible to get an abortion. There are states in which there’s only *1* clinic in the whole state, and it only does abortions *1* day a month, and, once a woman gets there, they have to wait 24 hours from the test at the clinic. What does this mean? Simple: it means there are a lot of unwanted pregnancies going forward. Thanks to having a rather conservtative Supreme Court in recent years, one which apparently thought it was speaking for the people and laws of, say, Afghanistan rahter than the United States of America, it was decided that this SHIT didn’t amount to being an “undue burden” on a woman’s right in this country to access a medical procedure that happens to be absolutely legal.

  • Athena

    Yikes. Well, it’s no surprise that, in the absence of reliable education, myth and superstition will fill the gap. It’s always intriguing to me, though, the exotically retarded ways these things tend to manifest. Dr. Pepper? Christ. Just because there’s “Dr.” in the name does not mean it will cure any ills other than a sweettooth.

    …no wonder why Florida is so notorious on this blog. @_@

  • Athena

    You’re welcome anytime (but I highly recommend late spring/early summer unless you enjoy soul-numbing cloud cover). :)

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, I don’t know what’s up with Sex Ed in Florida THESE days, but under GWB the official priority of the nation was on “abstinence only” education, and his bro Jeb in Florida was happy to comply.

  • Anonymous

    You crack me up! I just looked that up the other day.

  • kay

    She sure doesn’t look like the “mommy” type or that she has any regrets for killing her child if this is her mugshot. Hell, she doesn’t even look like she would like kids, small animals, or even other human beings. It’s obvious she is an angry, coldhearted person. I’m surprised some guy got close enough to impregnate her..or even wanted to.

  • Anonymous

    The judge said she showed NO emotion whatsoever throughout the trial–not until she was sentenced, and then she started bawling. In fact, bawling like a baby. In fact, bawling like a baby left out in a drainage ditch to die.

  • CiaraLuna

    Poor baby. Back with this monster for less than a day and he is dead. I am so sick of reading about this happening. Someone was concerned enough to make the call, someone actually cared and didn’t turn the other cheek (a rare thing, it seems). I guess their worries weren’t found worthy of CPS’s effort to keep this baby safe.

  • CiaraLuna

    Poor baby. Back with this monster for less than a day and he is dead. I am so sick of reading about this happening. Someone was concerned enough to make the call, someone actually cared and didn’t turn the other cheek (a rare thing, it seems). I guess their worries weren’t found worthy of CPS’s effort to keep this baby safe.

  • GrimReaper

    This seems to be the problem all around the world. CPS is to busy up someone’s ass that is actually caring for their child and lets a stupid cunt kill an innocent infant. Stupid bastards I hope all these child murdering fucks rot in hell.

  • PondGal

    She waved her right to a jury trial,..bench trial is April 10th.