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Mother shot twice with a Taser after she was arrested for leaving baby in car to go to tanning salon

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posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 05:56 PM
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Anyone here ever see a baby who has died from being left in a hot vehicle? I have. Therefore I wouldnt mind it if theyd have stomped her to death in front of the tanning salon.... forget tasering.


Ive seen enough to really be firm on my change of heart over the yrs concerning mercy shown to inept parents. The break down here she will get a finger waggled at her, someone has to sit her in a class and explain to this fool that she cant leave an infant trapped in a car seat in a vehicle alone.. and she WILL get the baby back.




posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:02 PM
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She learned her lesson. Next time she'll bring the baby into the tanning booth with her, like a good mother would. Haha! Poor kid though, has a moron for a mom. She deserved a Taserin for that no doubt.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:14 PM
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my 2 year old got up 7:00 am, crawled up on the bed, cranked open the window, dropped down to the outside, got in the little kiddie pool in the yard. took off his diaper, and went running down the road butt naked. i wake up, find he's not in his room, panic and run to the front door, only to see him coming up the street, holding some lady's hand. turned out it was child protective services. she asked him questions, checked out his body, saw that he was happy, well fed, unabused, and a well adjusted (for a 2 year old). she told me to make sure the windows were child proofed and laughed cause he was a little ball of happy energy, who loved to adventure. lol

and i deserved that cause i did something almost identical to my own mom, when i was a 4 year old. and my mom was like super mom. she even ironed my dad's boxer shorts, skinned the tomato before dicing it, washed and ironed all the drapes in the house, every saturday, etc.

but i didn't deserve being body slammed or tasered or punched lol the lady next door was a bit worried about the situation until she was babysitting him one day, ahd he snuck out and went walk about to the 7-11 down the street. when we found him (she called us in a panic that she couldn't find him), he was on the counter in 7-11 eating a lollipop. he went in the store and they asked him what he was doing there and where his parents were. he said he was there to get a lollipop lol

anyway, i know the examples are different, but we don't have all the data, only where she broke the law. we don't know if the temp outside was hot, cold or mild. we don't know if the window was open. we don't know much of anything other than that (and her "resistence", and does it mention how she resisted? )



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:18 PM
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And that has exactly WHAT to do with an idiot CHOOSING to leave her kid in a car to tan?



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:19 PM
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No, that's not even comparable. The truth is, babies and little children die of heat stroke from being left in cars far more frequently than any of us like to admit. She should really consider herself lucky, no one had to report what they saw, but they did and it probably saved her baby's life.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:25 PM
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I noticed this from the article in the OP.

She'd posted on her facebook page the following..


A post on Agerenza's Facebook page read: 'Wit my lil mama then i might go out for the first time yay! dk if I can leave her tho...

'So maybe just a drink wen she asleep. love my baby!'


If the judge is reading this - I heartily recommend enforced English, grammar and spelling classes as part of her punishment. Seriously, it appears she is barely literate.

A local article on it here - It has links to the 911 call and some of her booking and facebook pictures.

Stun gun used on Mugs 'N Jugs mom Ashley Agerenza outside tanning salon

Mugs 'n Jugs is a local place that is a want-to-be "Hooters".



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:27 PM
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but i didn't deserve being body slammed or tasered or punched


Your'e watering everything down...and of course you didn't deserve to be slammed or tasered.. But the dumb ass mom who made a conscious decision to put herself before her child, deserves that big time.


You can question it all undo - good on ya'...but being the high speed feminist you are (IMO of course), why are you choosing to defend a woman who put materialism ahead of nurturing..? You can still and should focus on the actions of the police, but her decision doesn't make you want to puke..? Figuratively and literally..?





posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:31 PM
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Another fine post DD,S&F. I am not down with the Current Police State,But.......................

For this instance I believe,
1. Tazering for leaving a baby,is good punishment.
2. Tazering a second time,for good measure,and a long lasting remembrance,is good punishment.

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posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:41 PM
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well i had the advantage (or disadvantage) to see what life is like on both sides of the fence, as i started out life with an extremely conscientious mom, who was just awesome. we had everything we needed. we weren't rich by any stretch, but we were well fed and always had a clean house. dad was very laid back and happy. and i went from that, to abject poverty as the wife of a man newly inducted into the air force. we had to live in neighborhoods where harsh realities often forced people to put some issues over others that people in polite society would find objectionable.

like the girl i mentioned who didn't know how to operate a vacuum cleaner. there's a whole other life style poor people are relegated to as a means to survival. and although sun tan doesn't fit into survival function, especially in florida where even in the middle of the winter you can get a sun burn, if it was a relief from the pressures of her life, it was certainly better than snorting coke, shooting crank (we knew a guy that had a mountain scape on his arms from making his own bath tub crank. first time i saw his arms i almost passed out, it was that horrible looking). people deal with stress in various ways. some guys leave the baby crying in the crib, etc so they can watch a porno, for example.

from the sounds of it, she was on the edge. maybe even having that post birth blues, forget whatcha call it. some women have been known to become temporarily insane from that stuff. WE DON'T KNOW the situation. kinda fits her M.O. if she also became physical with the police.

p;s. florida has been cold (for florida) for about a month and a half. so i don't think her baby would've over heated in her car. still not a good thing to leave your baby unattended
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posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:47 PM
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we don't know if the temp outside was hot, cold or mild. we don't know if the window was open. we don't know much of anything other than that...


She left the car running so we can assume she DID think about the temperature and took what she thought was the required amount of care. I do not think she deserves the outrage I am seeing here.

STOP and THINK.

If you have a child do you watch him 24/7 or do you put him down for a nap or in a play pen so you can do your chores?

The Car was running so the temp was regulated. The kid was strapped in so it could not get into mischief. The only thing I see is the kid was left alone in a car vs left alone in a bedroom.

DUMB move yes Child Abuse NO.

As far as the TASERING - Good grief people they were taking her BABY AWAY of course she freaked and went nuts. What is so hard to understand about that



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:49 PM
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Originally posted by undo
i'm starting to suspect that someone with a very anti-female agenda is behind the slant put on this article if i was you, i'd read the article carefully first, and then consider what it's really saying.


In what way ?

If the facts, as reported by the police, are correct, then she knowingly left her young child in the car while she popped in to the tanning salon. She then allegedly hit a police officer twice, before she got tasered.

Any ''anti-female'' slant in the story is a figment of your imagination, as the story is clearly outlining an example of a selfish and irresponsible parent who willingly risks the safety of their child in pursuit of self-gratification.

It would be exactly the same story if the father had done this.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:52 PM
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Sadly enough I tend to agree with you for no other reason than SHE looks like she is being put out. No remorse or embarrassment that I can see. Kind of like they are just wasting her time.
Of course I could be wrong. She could be crying on the inside...



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 06:54 PM
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Why not take her child to the beach and get a tan?jeez she does live in Florida,It never ceases to amaze me what some people do to get what they want when they want it.Why was it so important for her to get a tan at the expense of her child's safety?Sometimes I think I'm in a whole other world........................................Well she will look good in jail anyway.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:01 PM
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my sister went with a group to a country in africa, where they met african ladies, and shared stuff with each other, prayed, brought gifts and so forth. she said, it was really a humbling experience. one of the ladies there, invited her to her home, she was so proud of it. she had the nicest home in the village. the floor was dirt, no plumbing, no electricity, no separate bedrooms for different sex children. but a very happy, nice family and considering it was a dirt floored hut, it was still immaculately clean. simply amazing!

the problems we are seeing now is a complete freak out about every little detail of life. i think the police are too stressed, over worked, and are not encouraged to spend as much time as possible making good judgement calls before making judgement calls. and this seems to be reflected in the way people read the news, read books, listen to music, and watch films.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:09 PM
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double post
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posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:09 PM
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too far from beach? friend works at tanning salon? someone gifted her tanning thingy and it was about to expire? we don't know.lol

i betcha half of the people in this thread, understand that women are known to have post partum blues, but this article is written in such a way to make it sound like it's okay to make snap judgements and zap some lady with an inhumane weapon. if you can't handle that women have babies and the problems associated with having babies, quit having sex with them.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:20 PM
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For everyone saying they should have more or less killed her .
2 wrongs dont make a right , There are other ways to punish people other than killing them .
She should face jail time where she would have a hard time because of what she did , she should not be allowed into care of children until (if at all ) she has been properly medically assessed and treated .which is not our call .

Please dont give the cops ammunition to play gods because otherwise they will act like this for increasingly less valid reasons .



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:29 PM
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Star for you.....
On the Other hand,The likes of Susan Smith,and Casey Anthony bring to mind the grim truth of very unfit mothers.

I agree. The Police State is out of control. In this instance though,she gets what she deserves. Just imagine if this was YOUR child,she was watching,or babysitting. Imagine 100 degrees without the car running air-conditioning. Imagine someone steeling the car,as it is running. I think you can get the point.
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posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:30 PM
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double post
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posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:30 PM
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i was thinking too about hurricane season. power goes out. you call power company and ask to have your power turned on because you have a baby, it's over 100 degrees farenheit in your house and you have no air conditioning or electricity to run fans and have to stay with your baby night and day, keeping water on them to keep them from overheating. or you are a senior citizen and the heat is making you sick. and the power company tells you: Nobody has power. Wait your turn. We'll get there when we can.

perfectly legal to subject the entire family, babies and elderly people to inhumane temps if it's a shared misery from an act of nature. lol (although there are ways around the heat problem, they all cost money)

the usa has gone BONKERS. and the people who get punished the most for all this nit pickiness, are the ones with the least amount of money or means of self defense.





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