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ADA, Okla. – Jasmine Cotter, 19, killed her boyfriend after running him over with a car back in October of last year. She would plead no contest to first-degree manslaughter in February and on Tuesday, she found out her punishment. A 10-year deferred sentence.

After running over her boyfriend, investigators said Cotter, who was 18 at the time, told them she snapped during an argument with her 21-year-old boyfriend, Damian Ruston. She told a state trooper Ruston had spit in her face, flipped her off, then cursed at her before she intentionally turned him into a speed bump on the shoulder of a highway. Before being arrested, Cotter failed a sobriety test.

Because she took a “blind plea” a judge would decide her sentence and the prosecution would not object. Even though everyone agreed on the blind plea, Assistant District Attorney Jim Tollison hinted they had enough evidence to convict. “The facts of the case certainly met the statutory elements of a crime,” he said. Cotter was facing anywhere from four years to life in prison.

Damian Ruston

At the time of the accident, Cotter admitted she intentionally hit Ruston. But during sentencing, she changed her tune. “I loved Damian with all my heart and I would never do anything to hurt him. There’s not a second that goes by that I don’t think about him,” Cotter said as I made dismissive wanking motions. “I would never do this on purpose.”

Damian Ruston’s father, Anthony Ruston, said he has forgiven Cotter and even spoke on her behalf, pleading for leniency during her sentencing. “I forgave her the night it happened,” Anthony Ruston said. “They dated for three years and she loved him with all her heart and he loved her.” Judge Tom Landrith cut Cotter loose as long as she did not violate the conditions of the deferred sentence.

Those conditions include 500 hours of community service, and paying fees for court costs, jail and victim compensation. If she violates any of the terms, she could be looking at the original four years to life in prison. If she’s convicted of a misdemeanor within the next 10 years, she could get 10-months. All in all, Cotter got a pretty sweet deal. One some people are not too happy with.

“That’s murder. You know, to me, that was murder. She said, ‘I’m gonna run you over,’ and then done it and then gets to walk on it — it’s ridiculous,” Ruston’s friend, April Rawlings, said.

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  • Anonymous

    If he had been the one to run over her this would be a very different story. If women want equality we should want full equality in all areas, not just where it benefits us.

  • Anonymous

    My first question: what the hell is hanging out of his nose?
    My second question: I understand that a blind plea is a guilty plea without a deal; am I correct?

    He spit on her, flipped her off, and then she let him run shot gun under the car. She would never have done this because she loved him? Who the fuck was in her body when this happened then? Wonder if her family has money.

    On a lighter note, what the fuck kind of messed up children would these two have produced? Cute? Yes. Fucked up? Royally. At least one of her possible fucked up sperm depositors has been removed from the herd. Amen.

  • Anonymous

    My first question: what the hell is hanging out of his nose?
    My second question: I understand that a blind plea is a guilty plea without a deal; am I correct?

    He spit on her, flipped her off, and then she let him run shot gun under the car. She would never have done this because she loved him? Who the fuck was in her body when this happened then? Wonder if her family has money.

    On a lighter note, what the fuck kind of messed up children would these two have produced? Cute? Yes. Fucked up? Royally. At least one of her possible fucked up sperm depositors has been removed from the herd. Amen.

  • Anonymous

    My first question: what the hell is hanging out of his nose?
    My second question: I understand that a blind plea is a guilty plea without a deal; am I correct?

    He spit on her, flipped her off, and then she let him run shot gun under the car. She would never have done this because she loved him? Who the fuck was in her body when this happened then? Wonder if her family has money.

    On a lighter note, what the fuck kind of messed up children would these two have produced? Cute? Yes. Fucked up? Royally. At least one of her possible fucked up sperm depositors has been removed from the herd. Amen.

  • Anonymous

    “‘[...]‘ Cotter said as I made dismissive wanking motions.”

    This is why I love the reports on here……..

  • Anonymous

    “‘[...]‘ Cotter said as I made dismissive wanking motions.”

    This is why I love the reports on here……..

  • Anonymous

    “‘[...]‘ Cotter said as I made dismissive wanking motions.”

    This is why I love the reports on here……..

  • Anonymous

    “‘[...]‘ Cotter said as I made dismissive wanking motions.”

    This is why I love the reports on here……..

  • Anonymous

    “‘[...]‘ Cotter said as I made dismissive wanking motions.”

    This is why I love the reports on here……..

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Count Rackula

    I have a feeling someone is going to be moving very far away very soon.
    If that were my friend/brother/cousin/whatever, and she didn’t even have to do any time, I’ll be really honest in saying that I would not let that shit slide the way the justice system did. How is this different from cases where someone gets drunk, has a fight with someone, and ends up killing them (whether it is killing them with a vehicle or some other opportune weapon while in a drunken rage)? Yeah, they were drunk, but I thought we were supposed to punish people who drive drunk (especially those who kill people during that activity- acquaintance or not)?
    I don’t think that being drunk exactly diminished her responsibility. I also don’t think they should have simply taken her at her word in terms of whether or not it was accidental. She may not have meant for him to die, but shit, what do you expect when you fucking RUN SOMEONE OVER? I guess what I’m saying is that I don’t particularly agree with the way this was handled. I realize that the consequences of her actions were unintended on her part, but why does that make it ok to give her practically no consequences at all for fucking TAKING THE LIFE OF ANOTHER HUMAN BEING? She has a bunch of fines her parents will probably pay, and then community service, which isn’t shit when compared to killing someone.
    What a joke.

  • Anonymous

    “I loved Damian with all my heart and I would never do anything to hurt him. “I would never do this on purpose.” ????? Didnt she say she intentionally hit him with her car? She was also drunk, so I dont see what her loving him and them “being so good together” has to do with the sentencing phase, she still killed him…

    I predict she will end up going to prison eventually anyway because if you can get so angry and out of control as to run over someone you “love” so much, she will lose it again and do something equally stupid or worse, fuck her…

    The stuff coming out of his nose looks like blood to me…

  • Parrot Toes

    WTF?!? His dad forgave her the night it happened because they have loved each other for 3 years?!? Did dad and this bitch have a tender moment or two between them? I would be dead if my MIL were alive and I did that to her son, and we’ve been together and in love for 20 years. I would be rolling over in my grave if my parents forgave my partner the night he killed me. WTF is up with that?

    But alas, she is but a pretty young girl who lost her temper and control of her senses. She has her whole life ahead of her. Why let a little thing like murder ruin her life?

  • http://infowars.com Domino

    oh hai suburbia – if you WANT someone to snap… spit in their face. MOST of the population can not tolerate it.

    my only girl on girl fight successfully went down because i knew simply that. to spit in the bitches face and it would be (as melb perfectly stated in another post) CAGE MATCH TIME. i thank god i was sporting a shaved head and some forelocks at the time or it would have simply ended up as a typical hair lock. it was quite the rumble.

    but the more i think of it though, the more i lean towards it would take more than spitting in your gf’s face to get her to snap… i mean i’m sure far worse bodily fluids have been exchanged…

  • Athena

    Agreed. But, note that both the prosecutor who agreed to the lenient sentence and the judge who delivered it were both men. While no one in their right mind, man or woman, would insist on harsher sentencing for themselves in the name of equality, it should be noted that the people actively perpetuating the bias and disparity are men.

  • Athena

    Agreed. But, note that both the prosecutor who agreed to the lenient sentence and the judge who delivered it were both men. While no one in their right mind, man or woman, would insist on harsher sentencing for themselves in the name of equality, it should be noted that the people actively perpetuating the bias and disparity are men.

  • Athena

    A shaved head and some forelocks? You’re not lucky you had that hairstyle at the time… you’re lucky the broad didn’t know how to fight. Thanks to a shaved head and forelocks on a bitch who decided to pick on the tallest girl in the crowd after a punk show, I used said forelocks as handles to assist in smashing her face into my knee, successfully shattering her nose. That was the first and last time I ever used someone’s hair to my advantage in a fight, but shit… How could I not? :P

    But, yeah, spitting at someone, especially should it land on them, is a quick and practically guaranteed way to start something. When my little sister was in high school, some dude was talking shit during gym class. So, my sister spit in his face. He knocked her out cold.

    I’ve never understood it, myself. If you want to start a fight, you may as well haul off and hit the person. Spitting does nothing but piss them off. Why take on the responsibility of “throwing the first blow” only to reap none of the rewards? Spitting counts as assault just like throwing a punch does.

  • Anonymous

    Wow. Just wow. No wonder people no longer have any faith in our justice system.

  • http://infowars.com Domino

    well athena, in that scenario ANYONE could have gained the upper hand and smashed her face into their leg, that’s not necessarily knowing how to fight, it’s just a cheap shot. and any chick can do that. she was probably standing there running her mouth and not really aware anything was going to happen. it would be impossible to shatter her nose if she resisted in any form, it would slow down the speed and maybe just bruise or dislocate BUT shatter?! that’s some pretty caught off guard force right there… and with the fight training you’ve told of i’m a bit shocked you grabbed her hair…

    but in most scenarios where girls fight girls the first thing they use is the hair, as you’ve stated above. maybe i would have too if it wasn’t for all the fighting my brothers and i did as kids. they never had hair or used my hair so it was never even an option that ever crossed my mind.

    as an adult, i’d never start a physical fight so there will be no more spitting. but unless the person can prove you spit in their face first, i think you might by pass the assault charge and be able to claim self defense. just a pointer, out there for any feisty females – worth a shot.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sade-May/1653757709 Sade May

    This is disgusting, she should get jail. How does she get off but someone who attempts murder gets 25 years?? Ridiculous.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZOQ73ZGIBRBEUGXG7Z5TFKZRGU Pickle

    I predict that she’ll end up doing some time, because she’s “used to” being treated with leniency, and getting her way. Sooner or later, she’s going to feel entitled to not comply with the terms, and take a “day off” of her community service. Hopefully then, she’ll do a day or two.

    Unfortunate situation all together. Everyone gets into atleast one CRAZY fight when growing up, then we learn to control emotions, (or atleast to not tell on ourselves),.. not the poor kid that got splattered like roadkill. (twice, if you count his dad’s betrayal)

  • Athena

    A cheap shot? No, a cheap shot is, after I told her she had the wrong girl (she claimed I got her kicked out of the club – I never even saw her IN the club to begin with) and turned to walk away, she got a running start at my back, grabbing my hair and swinging on it, forcing me to the ground (opportunity #1 for her to walk away). She then proceeded to kick me in the head with steel-toed boots. Her skinhead male friends formed a circle around us, preventing my friends from breaking up what was a rather unfair fight. I finally grabbed her ankles and jumped up, but a male friend of hers holding a fucking chain told me I’d better just go. So I did. My friends and I walked around the back of the club (opportunity #2 for her to walk away); we couldn’t leave, we were 15 years old and waiting for a parent to pick us up.

    When we got around front again, my friend noticed she was chasing after us. When she caught up, I stepped to the other side of a crowd of people and told her I didn’t want to fight, she had already won and to leave us the fuck alone (opportunity #3 for her to walk away). She lunged at me and grabbed my hair again (fucking cunts and their hair pulling). I had done my due diligence in letting this bitch walk away without requiring a trip to the hospital. She didn’t take it. So, to make a point about the hair pulling, I grabbed her stupid “hardcore” bangs and smashed her face. If it hadn’t been her hair, it would have been the back of her head, anyway. Muay thai clinch and all.

    Her male friends showed up, one put an arm around her and said, “Let’s go, Becca,” as she covered her gushing nose with her hands. My friends and I were pretty sure it was a skinhead gang initiation… and, no, I don’t feel an ounce of remorse or guilt. Fuck skinheads, fuck adult bitches who pick on kids, and fuck people who don’t know when to quit. Oh, and I’ve never dealt a cheap shot in my life. In fact, much like the chubby kid in that Australian bully video, I’ve always taken several shots before returning any.

    You know, just for the record. :P

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-House/1011555524 John House

    Laura Bush did almost the same thing many years ago (but instead she used her car as a battering ram, and the “ex” boyfriend was in another car), so things really haven’t changed. This little bitch is getting off like Laura Bush did. Shit, she even looks like a young Laura Bush. Maybe some day she’ll marry some idiot who will become president.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-House/1011555524 John House

    Laura Bush did almost the same thing many years ago (but instead she used her car as a battering ram, and the “ex” boyfriend was in another car), so things really haven’t changed. This little bitch is getting off like Laura Bush did. Shit, she even looks like a young Laura Bush. Maybe some day she’ll marry some idiot who will become president.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-House/1011555524 John House

    Laura Bush did almost the same thing many years ago (but instead she used her car as a battering ram, and the “ex” boyfriend was in another car), so things really haven’t changed. This little bitch is getting off like Laura Bush did. Shit, she even looks like a young Laura Bush. Maybe some day she’ll marry some idiot who will become president.

  • http://infowars.com Domino

    OH. well that was definitely part of the story i’m glad was told. all i had in mind was some poor girl getting a mouth full of knee because she said something mouthy. i actually felt bad for her!

    but you mentioned racist skins. that’s a battle i fought relentlessly with that haircut. and for the record i was not a racist skinhead – i don’t favor skinhead style pft i don’t even like much oi! (but an fyi to the crowd skinheads didn’t originate as racists and it’s a damn shame some scums hijacked it. it’s now common thought to think skinhead=racists). BUT i loved that hair cut! it beat spending hours in a mirror with a bottle of elmers clear gel glue (galactic glitter! because really who doesn’t like sparkles!?) to get any hawk or spike in place. it still has to be my favorite haircut of all time.

  • Athena

    Yeah, no… That’s not mah style, ma.

    *Sigh*… the skins. I, too, didn’t much care for oi!, but I had an affinity for ska, which drew hoards of skins (which I always thought retarded, since ska is so closely related to reggae). In fact, I believe it was a Suicide Machines show that this happened at.

    I had some girlfriends with that haircut. Always thought it looked absolutely terrible, but I saw the practicality of it in terms of maintenance. :P

  • Anonymous

    I wondered, too on what that was in his nose, but I believe it is a septum piercing (may be wrong on location, but it looks like one of those little ‘c’-shaped rings you can put in a nasal piercing, just small). It does kind of lokk like dark blood coming out of his nose.

  • Anonymous

    Laura Bush ran a stop sign and killed her then boyfriend. Not ex-boyfriend and there’s no reason to believe she did it deliberately.

  • Anonymous

    No theres no Double Standard here. It was just an Illusion caused by light refracting off the Thingy Bob over there.
    Move along nothing to see……move along.

  • LeaveMeBe

    Not an ex-boyfriend or even a current boyfriend as Pure says. He was a classmate and it was an auto accident. Nothing emotionally driven about it.

  • Anonymous

    I think you are right. Looking closely at his photo it appears he has large disks piercing his earlobes and possibly a just under the lower lip piercing.

  • Leah

    The judge didn’t do his fucking job here. I don’t mind family having input but this is the reason we have a penal system. If families by themselves get to decide what happens to a perp, there will never be any fairness meted out. She should have to do SOME TIME for killing this poor kid. I don’t give a royal fuck that dad has forgiven her. This send entirely the wrong message to society. Fuck forgiveness.

    Thats all I have.

  • FrikkenFrak
  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EVZR6774PL27ROXUJQSQQEP4X4 Mauni M

    And the women who complain about the way men act are raised by women. Irony?! Indeed.

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

    To her future boyfriend: use caution. She has a tendency to snap. . .and kill.

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

    To her future boyfriend: use caution. She has a tendency to snap. . .and kill.

  • Anonymous

    My question is… What was exactly going on with his dad? Did he knew something? Was the boy turning out to be too much of a pest to deal with that he was grateful it was the girl who did the job? Was he banging her?

    I mean, as it looks, half of the reason she got off so lightly was because of the dads “forgiveness”…

    As for Equality: to Hell with it!!!! I would rather stay at home…

  • Anonymous

    My question is… What was exactly going on with his dad? Did he knew something? Was the boy turning out to be too much of a pest to deal with that he was grateful it was the girl who did the job? Was he banging her?

    I mean, as it looks, half of the reason she got off so lightly was because of the dads “forgiveness”…

    As for Equality: to Hell with it!!!! I would rather stay at home…

  • Anonymous

    My question is… What was exactly going on with his dad? Did he knew something? Was the boy turning out to be too much of a pest to deal with that he was grateful it was the girl who did the job? Was he banging her?

    I mean, as it looks, half of the reason she got off so lightly was because of the dads “forgiveness”…

    As for Equality: to Hell with it!!!! I would rather stay at home…

  • Anonymous

    The dad forgave her for running over and killing her son? That reeks of him not loving his son and her giving him some action for an easier sentence.

  • Canuck Gramz

    LOL I didn’t see it till I reread the article lol Good one Morbid!

  • Canuck Gramz

    “my only girl on girl fight successfully went down” – just curious, were there other succesful fights that were girl on guy? Sounds like your high school experience might have been as crappy as mine.

  • Canuck Gramz

    “Assistant District Attorney Jim Tollison hinted they had enough evidence to convict. “The facts of the case certainly met the statutory elements of a crime,” he said. ”

    What was his hint??!! A girl is drunk driving, runs over her boyfriend during a fight and she gets to go home and live her life with no jail time?! This is crazy!

  • Anonymous

    Maybe ten years…in jail. I’m sure this girl will have to deal with this the rest of her life and I really don’t see her reoffending. She failed a sobriety test so was it alcohol for sure? Or could it have been something else? Xanax will make you fucking crazy. lol Just a thought. Also, who pulls over on the side of the highway to argue. That just seems so odd, but I guess if you’re drunk or messed up it might seem like a good idea.

  • http://infowars.com Domino

    oh yeah, i am absolutely shocked that i’ve been in more fist fights with guys than girls. but no worries, i just tend to stand up for people, and myself…. people don’t like that – one of my near misses was at a festival and some guy was tormenting this goth kid for wearing lipstick etc – which was fine in my book… i mean he chose to look like a freak there is a price to pay when you dress in such a way and we all know it. it was ok until he started shoving the tiny marilyn manson around… i grabbed my subway sammich and hurled it at his head as a diversion (still had the shaved head and forelocks btw) and OMG this big black guy stormed at me so quick was all about to rock my world and then realized i was a girl and hugged me said “OMG IT’S A GIRL! I’M SO SORRY! I WAS GOING TO HIT YOU! dear lord, forgive me.” lololol he was almost in tears but it’s so funny to me how i was about to probably land an ass whooping to some kid i didn’t even know. i think i like people more than i care to admit.

  • MM222

    I agree…. the justice system is no justice… I probably wouldn’t put her in jail for 30 years but she would get time… do you guys remember the story of the mother who was escaping her dick who had just beat her and her son and ran him over and only broke his leg… she went straight to jail and will probably face time… here no children are involved and she just got pissed b/c they were fighting, she was in no immenent danger, and ran his ass over… I don’t know, I can’t say I would be able to forgive my child’s girlfriend so easily… i wouldn’t be looking for her to spend life in prison but she would get alot more than this sweet sentence..

  • Anonymous

    Yes it’s definitely a septum, and his ears are gagged. I’m not sure what size they are though but they smell horribly when people take the earring thing out like dead flesh, lol.

  • Anonymous

    Now that I know about the smell… Do the lobes return to their original size after they are removed?

  • Anonymous

    Now that I know about the smell… Do the lobes return to their original size after they are removed?

  • Anonymous

    Now that I know about the smell… Do the lobes return to their original size after they are removed?

  • Anonymous

    Now that I know about the smell… Do the lobes return to their original size after they are removed?

  • Canuck Gramz

    Good on you, for helping out the kid! Too bad you had to give up your sandwhich though. lol

  • Canuck Gramz

    Good on you, for helping out the kid! Too bad you had to give up your sandwhich though. lol

  • http://twitter.com/Topsy_Turvey13 Skylar Salvato

    She’s screwing her dead boyfriend’s dad. That’s why he forgave her so easily. I agree with the friend April. She murdered her boyfriend and knew what she was doing. She should be in jail. I bet she brags about what she does.

  • http://twitter.com/Topsy_Turvey13 Skylar Salvato

    She’s screwing her dead boyfriend’s dad. That’s why he forgave her so easily. I agree with the friend April. She murdered her boyfriend and knew what she was doing. She should be in jail. I bet she brags about what she does.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Trisha-Doran/1055147616 Trisha Doran

    Nope – it has to be done by surgery. I had a roomie who gauged her ears – yes, they stink something fierce – she was kind enough to rub the funk on my arm one time. Yikes!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Trisha-Doran/1055147616 Trisha Doran

    Nope – it has to be done by surgery. I had a roomie who gauged her ears – yes, they stink something fierce – she was kind enough to rub the funk on my arm one time. Yikes!

  • Anonymous

    I am gagging big time… Did you cut your arm off?

  • Anonymous

    I am gagging big time… Did you cut your arm off?

  • Anonymous

    I am gagging big time… Did you cut your arm off?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Nia-Ruston/534501749 Nia Ruston

    Damian’s family started a petition to ask the judge for prison time for violating her probation. Please sign it.http://www.change.org/petitions/pontotoc-county-district-court-sentence-jasmine-cotter-to-prison?share_id=roooxtggNK

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Nia-Ruston/534501749 Nia Ruston

    Gauges look and smell like cat ass.