There are a million ways that baby could have got in that bag. I think she has a good explanation and will tell us what it is.
"Where the fuck am I ? - Amelia Earhart, 1937
You can say lots of bad things about pedophiles, but at least they drive slowly past schools.->malq
It was 2:30 p.m. before she went to check on the baby again, and she found him unresponsive in a garbage bag.
Clear enough now, Brittany? Plastic bags and babies don't mix. Having a plastic bag within reach of a baby/child, and leaving a baby for over 5 hours in a playpen while you nap, is generally considered bad parenting. Especially when the end result is a dead baby in a garbage bag in a playpen. In fact, it's pretty diabolical, shitty, retarded parenting.
Even if Brittany's baby was very advanced for his age and was able to crawl into the bag by himself, get tangled and die, SOMEONE put the fucking bag in there in the first damn place! With all the warnings over how dangerous plastic bags can be, and with other children in the house, one would think that Brittany would make damn sure that all her plastic bags were safely stored out of reach of all the kids.
And there is NO EXCUSE for leaving that baby alone and unchecked for that length of time!!!
Psychos do not explode when sunlight hits them, I don't give a fuck how crazy they are!
http://www.wkyt.com/wymt/home/headli...148235425.htmlA woman originally charged with child abuse resulting in death has been re-indicted by a Mingo County Grand Jury.
Brittany Scott, 25, formerly of North Matewan, W.Va., is charged with child neglect resulting in death.
Scott was originally charged with child abuse resulting in death, but that charge was dropped. Assistant Prosecutor Teresa Maynard says they believe the new charge, child neglect resulting in death, more accurately depicts the situation.
Scott was arraigned Thursday morning in Mingo County. Her bond was set at $70,000.
A trial date has been set for May 29.
If found guilty, Scott faces three to 15 years in jail.
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