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  • just a conservative girl 12:20 PM on 01/31/2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Apparently, In Canada Killing Your Children is Not That Big of a Deal – 2 Newborn Deaths 36 Months in Prison 

    A young animal woman kills two out of the three children she gives birth to and will spend only 36 months in prison.  She served 18 months before bail was granted and will now serve an additional 18 months.  She has given birth four times since 2008.  Two babies were never found after she put them in dumpsters.  One child was saved from the dumpster when a man, who turns out to be the child’s father, heard cries and saved the child.  A fourth child was birthed during her time in prison.

    “You co-operated with police. Without your admission to police about the first babies, there would be no case against you.”

    The judge also noted that Borowiec has shown “genuine remorse.”

    Genuine remorse?  This is a woman who did this three times.  Not once, not twice, but three times.  Gave birth to these innocent, helpless children into a toilet, then wrapped them in towels after hearing their cries, put them in garbage bags and disposed of them like they were trash.  How does one show remorse for that?  Do you cry a great deal?  By her own admission she never even bothered to check if these children were male or female.  She cared not one whit about these babies.

    I am not sure if it is a good or bad thing that she isn’t trying to say she didn’t know she was pregnant.  She knowingly lied to people about her condition by saying she had cysts in her uterus.  She never told the baby’s father about them.  She never sought medical attention for the prenatal care for these children.  She then says it was after giving birth that she wasn’t “normal”.

    This reminds me of another case in Canada where the young mother was given little to no  jail time because “abortion on demand” is the law of the land there.  They have little to no restrictions on abortion.  Apparently as long as you are not in active labor, you can end the life of your child.  That judge seems to think that includes the time right after birth and the child is outside the womb.

    Is it any wonder that we don’t respect life?  Why get angry that there are so many murders on the streets of Chicago?  What makes them more human than these children?  When a society has gotten to the point where it no longer cares that life has been ended at the hand of another, it is a society that deserves whatever else comes.

  • just a conservative girl 5:14 PM on 08/15/2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: criminal behavior, have and have nots, jackson jr   

    Quote of the Day – Reid Weingarter Esq. Edition 

    “This wasn’t a Ponzi scheme, There are not widows and orphans surrounding the courthouse wanting his head.”

    Reid Weingarter, attorney for the Jesse and Sandy Jackson, Jr. in court today during the sentencing.  He wants people to believe that this was a victimless crime.  After all he only stole campaign funds.

    Yes with today’s politics being what they are, the likelihood is that the majority of the money came from corporations, but one has to think that some of that money came from hard working Americans who thought these Jesse Jackson, Jr. would be a good representative.  As laughable as that sounds to me, there are people in this country who are stupid enough to believe it.

    Jackson will serve 2 years and his wife will serve one.  While they do have young children, 13 and 9.   This is a tragedy for them, but somehow they were lucky enough to be allowed to serve their sentences at different times.  Sandy will not go to jail until after Jesse gets out.  Not only that, federal guidelines could have given him close to five years.  Instead of that he gets 30 months, with good behavior, he will likely serve around two years.

    The judge actually mentioned that he has done such good things for clean water and education.  What in heaven’s name has that got to do with anything?   He broke the law.  He stole money that didn’t belong to him, even though he and his wife made close to half a million per year, to buy nonsense such as a Michael Jackson memorabilia.

    The haves and the have-nots strikes again.

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