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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by GAOTU789
Therefore she would be innocent of murder (not that it was ever proven a murder occurred).
There is a difference between doing something dumb that results in death and intentionally killing someone. If she left her in a car with a/c running which would not have killed her but is a bad idea and things happened to alter that environment that casey never would have expected or left her daughter to, you can't say its even remotely the same.
Nope. Most likely she didn't kill her kid, also you can't determine what kind of personality she has.
You are right, she is guilty, but not of murder.
Honestly I think she left her daughter in the car, the car ran out of gas and the little girl heat stroked without air conditioning. That is what I honestly think happened and have pieced together from the trial.
If he came out and said her daughter died from neglect she would have gone to jail (as i am sure she knew especially with a cop dad) so she covered it up.
If it's 100- 120 degrees in a car and the air conditioning goes out it doesn't take long. It was a stupid mistake made by a dumb young woman.
I said that she is guilty of something, but not murder.
It isn't murder. That is what we are talking about here.
If she left her in a car with a/c running which would not have killed her but is a bad idea and things happened to alter that environment that casey never would have expected or left her daughter to, you can't say its even remotely the same.
Originally posted by mcsandy
Your approach of dialogue lacks conjecture nor is it relevant to my OP. You are opposing my feelings as a mother which leads me to believe you are not a parent and can not fathom the experience, and quite possibly may have not ever have experienced a human tragedy or birth of a child. Actually for that matter you seem quite naive, I wasn't speaking in literal terms. Spare yourself and pick a topic/subject/forum where you may draw from your own personal experiences; or better yet actually give better commentary in efforts to create fluid dialogue.edit on 24-8-2012 by mcsandy because: (no reason given)
I am still in awe of how a mother could just go on about life when your child is no longer there to walk with you.