posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 01:17 PM
Wow, the whole world really failed this poor woman.
It appears the least amount of blame should fall on the police, they barely had any contact with her.
The blame should start with other drug-seekers who have tainted the system and made ER personnel, doctors, and police officers so jaded that everyone
appears to be a drug seeker. That is where the first part of blame lies, and where the first part of the system fails.
The next part of the blame should fall on this woman's inept family. They left her on the streets? They weren't there at the hospitals? They
weren't there when she was living in filth, and losing her home, and her children?
The next part clearly falls on the medical personnel, even though they did the ultrasounds, they obviously missed a lethal problem. They didn't do
their jobs very effectively, and they should be held accountable for letting a woman die.
Of course, a large amount of blame falls on the woman herself. If she wasn't combative, and cursing at the people trying to help her, maybe she
would have gotten more help. If she hadn't let herself fall so far in mental and physical health, maybe she would have been taken seriously. If she
hadn't burned all of her previous bridges, and been left entirely destitute, where even her own family was refusing to help her, them maybe she
wouldn't be dead. These things don't happen overnight, it takes a lifetime of screwups to find one's self in this situation.
What a shame, and what a clear sign of the times. There is no humanity today in any realm. Not in childcare, not in healthcare, not in police work,
and not even in one's own family. Everyone is either an asset or a liability, and people are quick to get rid of liabilities, even if it is their
own family member. What a shame this world has become.