First, @tmdgirl You copied that straight from the news article. I don't believe nor agree with what they said. I don't feel as though you really care about the facts I can present, so I do not feel the need to justify what I have said to you.
@Tundratot: Taking what I said and elaborating to the extent that you have isn't really serving a purpose here. Lollipops and rainbows? Not so much when these parents are locked up, and there's a dead child. I'm not saying that nothing in the story happened, just that the 'facts' here are misrepresented.
@ Everyone else because it's getting late and I have other things to do, but will return with more comments tomorrow: I appreciate you all giving me credit for acting appropriately on a public forum. If any of you are actually interesting in the 'other side' of the story, feel free to Private Message me, and maybe after talking you will understand.
I don't feel it's my place to sit on here and tell you all every little detail about this case and situation, just so that I can be an 'internet debate winner.' That wasn't nor will be the purpose of my comments. Initially, all I wanted out of this was to have everyone take a step back and look at what's presented to us, and where it came from. I have read ALL of the articles on this case, and I know that plenty of them have reworded what was said in her statements, along with his. The key here is what they are calling abuse.
I thank those of you who were respectful thus far, and I hope to continue this thread in that manner. Those that have been less than respectful, well... I hope that you realize being an 'internet tough guy' doesn't make you cool, it just makes you look uneducated, and quite silly.