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    As I said, this story is over a year old and I find it odd that both on open internet AND on Lexis/Nexis I have been unable to find any followup of how this story came out. Was she prosecuted, exonerated, convicted? I don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    A mental treatment facility is a walk in the park compared to life in prison.

    Except in Illinois, where they can perform ECT on a patient without his consent.

    That's one of those hellish choices, I guess-ECT or forced sodomy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    A mental treatment facility is a walk in the park compared to life in prison.
    Depends on what their treatment is.

    Which one would you rather have? A set amount of years in prison where you're guaranteed to be able to come out later or and indefinate amount of time in which you'll never come out because a family member will object? (mental institution).
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    Whichever one this evil psycho bitch ended up in, I hope she never gets out.
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    This woman was given her child back just prior to this happening. The child had been in foster care for two years due to broken bones suffered as an infant.

    The judge over the objection of the foster parents out the child back with this monster.

    Also I read that this child ad a hangar bruise and other injuries that seem to correspond with the "mom" trying to use a hangar to remove the vibrator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanie View Post
    Depends on what their treatment is.
    Or what the sentence is.

    50 years to life in prison is the same deal, the family shows up at the parole hearings.

    And to correct your earlier comments, there was penetration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txradioguy View Post
    This woman was given her child back just prior to this happening. The child had been in foster care for two years due to broken bones suffered as an infant.

    The judge over the objection of the foster parents out the child back with this monster.

    Also I read that this child ad a hangar bruise and other injuries that seem to correspond with the "mom" trying to use a hangar to remove the vibrator.

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    If he had broken bones as an infant, that should have been grounds to terminate the mother's/parents' rights at that time-unless it's a clearly defined accidental injury, like a car accident or something. He could have been adopted by now, by either a good relative or a foster family.

    Judges sometimes don't want to terminate parents' rights. Each judge in my court is different, and every jurisdiction is different in the approach they take to it.
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