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The DEATH, of, Little Albert…

You remember that young kid, who got, put inside a laboratory, with that god DAMN rat, where the psychologists, conditioned him to fear the rat, by making that LOUD noise as they’d, reintroduced the rat to Little Albert?  Yeah, that unfortunate, K-I-D!

Well, guess what, I’d, “checked out” the “post-op” review of this “story”, and the article said, that after the lab, his mama moved with him, out of the area, and, not long after that, Little Albert (and no, I don’t believe that the kid’s name was actually, “Albert”, that was what they’d “labeled” him as in the laboratory!), fell ill, and, never made it out of his childhood years!

And that is, MURDER, for the sake of experiment, I mean, you would think that those god DAMN psychologists would be more careful, to first come UP with a safe way, to countercondition that kid to before fear got instilled into him, but NO, that’s not how “science” worked back then.

and, here’s the video of that in black-and-white from YouTube

By the codes of research of present day, I would imagine, that this “lab” would’ve never passed review, but unfortunately back then (the 70s. 60s, 80s???), they did NOT set up a strict code of ethics, which is what caused this young child (whose name wasn’t even ALBERT!) to D-I-E.

So, another, innocent KID, got, S-L-A-U-G-H-T-E-R-E-D, in the name of, SCIENCE…and that’s, just, ANOTHER K-I-D, that never made it out of his, childhood, ALIVE!

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Carrying the 1.1 Ton’s Worth of Fries In & Out of the Freezers in Forty Minutes, Entered & Exited Out of the Freezer Storage Forty-Eight Times Without the Heavy Coats On, the Part-Time Student Worker Died on the Job, McDonald’s Found Negligent, Mandated to Pay $4.72 Million N.T.s to the Families

And because this 23-year-old part-time worker had died, therefore, the company is required to pay for the death of this young man, and, this is still, bullshit!  I mean, you’re an ADULT (at age twenty-three, you ARE an adult, aren’t you???), and yet, this is how the judge ruled…off of the Newspapers, translated…

The twenty-three-year-old Lee part-time student worker in McDonald’s from Kaohsiung, as he was working to set up the stock in the freezer bins, he’d suddenly passed out, after he was in treatment for five months, he’d still, died, Lee’s parents questioned that if he died from hauling the stock into the freezer bins and died, that this was occupational negligence, and the parents SUED McDonald’s for $10.05 million N.T.s, the Kaohsiung District Court based off of the hospital’s examination report found, that in a short period of time, Lee hauled 1.1 ton of frozen fries in and out of the freezers, that his body couldn’t withstand the changes in temperatures so fast, but Lee wasn’t wearing any protective coat on, he too, was responsible for his own death by thirty-percent, found that McDonald’s needed to pay Lee’s parents $4.72 million N.T.s.

McDonalds responded yesterday, “We are very regrettable that this had happened, the company has NO comment on the verdict that’s still not yet, finalized.”

The verdict pointed out, that Lee worked as a part-time employee on the weekends.  On May 29th of two years ago, at around nine in the morn, he was stocking the shelves in the freezers, and suddenly passed out, as his coworkers moved him to the first floor, he was taken to the hospital via a cab, and treated for five months in the hospitals, and died from sepsis that’s caused him to go into shock.

Lee’s parents questioned that the store didn’t call the ambulance, and only lifted him to the hospital by cab, that there was no safety precautions set up in the shop, that it is “occupational hazard”, that the company should pay the family a total of $10.05 million N.T.s for medical treatment, funeral arrangement, and the money needed to care for his own aging parents, as well as for the non-property damages too.

McDonald’s claimed, that Lee’s condition was not an acute condition, nor from the long-term accumulation of stresses from work, that it would not qualify as conditions caused by work, that the company already had all the safety measures set up, that it wasn’t, negligent.

The Department of Labor also found that the death of Lee was NOT caused by work, but his parents were dissatisfied, filed for a retrial, got tossed back by the Department of Labor, and the district attorney for the Labor Department also found NO negligence, and as his parents ran all over the country, in the end, the Southern office of the Occupational Safety Work Injury Prevention Unit had the medical school of Kaohsiung to review the facts, and found, that on the day Lee died, he’d, hauled out a total of 1.1 ton worth of fries and patties in forty minutes, that he’d been in and out of the freezer bins a total of forty-eight times, that in the short time he’d physically labored, and twenty-nine minutes of which he was exposed to extremely low temperatures, that Lee’s condition was caused by the work he was doing, that his body couldn’t withstand the frequent adjustment to the temperatures.

The judge of the courts based off of Kaohsiung University’s medical school’s examination report, found that Lee’s death was caused by the job, but back then, he wasn’t wearing any heavy coat like the company had written, that McDonald’s didn’t make sure that he was properly dressed going into the freezer units, that the responsibilities is split thirty and seventy, considering the parents’ asking, McDonald’s will be paying a total of over $4.72million N.T.s to the parents.

And, this is just CRAP, I mean, you should have had the SENSE, to put on a heavy coat as the company had written down, and yet, you didn’t, and, you’d died, and your parents are suing, because you are dead, and, the company pays.  How’s that just?  It’s not, and you would think that an ADULT would HAVE the sense (I mean, the guy is twenty-three!!!), to know if he needed to put on an extra two or three layers of coat when he goes into the freezers to haul out the frozen items…

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Come, & Live as a Modern Day Woman

The sighed about how women had, no right to their own lives from the ancient times, and how, as modern day women, our rights had, advanced, by a hell of a lot, comparing to those who lived, before us, translated…

Beauty Yang, come, to my hometown for a, visit.

There’s the best lychee, when they’re ripened, the shells turned to shades of mascara red, the flesh with a bit of acidity mixed in with the sweetness, it will, totally, satisfy all your, desires.  Eating those lychees in the fruit farms, is way better than savoring the lychees delivered overnight from Chang-An, freshly picked off of the branches, you haven’t had that.

the portrait painted by the imperial court artist of the emperor’s court, found online

There’s the scentless, unsmelly hot springs of sodium bicarbonate, the water is slippery to the skin, living alone in the olden days, nobody can be your besties, but in modern day, we loved heading out with our female besties, to the springs, totally nude, and we would sit and gossip and talk of everything.  You can, scream out loud over your first sex, Lee, no problem at all, and, cuss out that heartless emperor of the T’ang Dynasty as you may wish, to speak for the love you’d shared with, another, man, of how there was NOTHING going on between the two of you, that you were, only, casual, acquaintances.

No need to attach yourself to a man with higher power, to get the richness provided to you, just need to, work hard, perfect your own skills, and you can, shine like that star, you can, exist, on your own, no need to rely on the breaths of another, man, and share your husband with other women.

The freedom of speech we have here, declared all the unspoken, unwritten in history, allow us, girlfriends, to give you your, deserved, justice.

Come, drink this lychee whiskey sour n one breath, then, we shall, sang that song together.

Had these beautiful, talented, and independent-thinking concubines of the emperors born in the modern day world, then, their lives would be, a hell of a lot, different, as many of them are quite independent, and had they been born out of the eras of time they were born into, then, they may all become, tough, strong women, who don’t need love who can, stand on their own two, feet, without the presence of that man they’d, made to, serve under.  But unfortunately, in the olden days, women were perceived as properties, and we are now these days, and women’s rights had progressed, little by little in this modern day world…

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Can’t Pay Her Rent, the Single Mother Was Unemployed, & Poisoned Her Own Six-Year-Old Son to Death

Pressed by life, and there was, NO way out that she could see, so she’d, murdered her own young son, then, attempted suicide…tragedy strikes!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The thirty-six-year-old woman, Hsu and her six-year-old son, were found, lying in their rental suite in Shuling, Hsinbei City two days ago, there were, multiple knife wounds around Hsu’s neck and thorax, she was taken to the hospital for observations, while the young boy had foamed at the mouth, with the livor mortis appearing, already dead; the D.A. and police suspected from the scene, that Hsu had poisoned her own son to death, then, attempted to commit suicide, they’re working the case as a murder.

Based off of investigations, a little over a year ago, Hsu was divorced, took her own six-year-old son to Bade Street, and rented a suite there in the Shulin District.  Hsu works in telemarketing, they’re not well to do, but, they were, getting by.

Two months ago, Hsu was fired from her work, the family sank economically, couldn’t even pay the rent.  The son attended a local elementary school, he’d become absent since the start of this week for three days consecutively, the school couldn’t get in touch with Hsu, and couldn’t get into contact with Hsu’s ex either, at around nine two evenings ago, the ex called Hsu’s parents to call the police, and the landlord, with the man in charge of the local borough went to the rental home of Hsu to break down the door, and saw both Hsu and her son lying in bed.

The boy was dressed, foamed at the mouth, lying on the left side of the bed, no apparent physical injuries on him, with livor mortis setting in; there were four knife cuts around Hsu’s thorax and neck, she was covered in blood, and lay on the right side of the bed, still had a breath in her, but barely, she was then rushed to the hospital, her life was, spared, but she’s in a coma, while her son, died.

There was a cup with unknown liquid on the bedside, a bloodied craft knife found under the right side of the bed.  The police found a final note in Hsu’s iPad.  The child’s father told through a friend, that after they were divorced, he’d still provided for his own son, and had wired $15,000N.T. by the month to Hsu as alimony and child support, and he’d had his son to stay with him every other week.

The preliminary investigation by the police showed, that Hsu may have been overwhelmed with the economic pressures, after she’d murdered her own young, she’d attempted to commit suicide, because she’s not yet awake, the inquiries about what exactly happened will have to wait; the D.A. had selected an alternative day to autopsy the boy, and they’re working the case as a murder.

And so, it seemed, that this woman became too stressed by her economics, and decide to take her own young son with her to die, and she survived, but her own young son had died, and she felt there was no way out of her situations, that’s why she’d, murdered her own young, and attempted to kill herself, and now, as she’s the survivor, she would have to face up to the guilt of murdering her own young.

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The Stepfather Had Abused the Young Girl, She Was Found, Famished, Receiving a Four Year-Two-Months Jail Sentence

Living in starvation, since she could, recall, and now, as she got out of that state of mind and being, the nightmares still, came repeatedly, the effects of childhood abuse is still just not, short-term here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

At Eight Years of Age, She Only Weighed 29.7 Pounds, She’d Rummaged Through the Trash Cans at School to Find Food, the Stepfather Claimed that He Didn’t Have the Money, the Maternal Grandfather Criticized, that Both His Daughter and Her Husband Were Using iPhones

A young girl, Huang had been abused by her stepfather, Lin for two years straight, she’d only been fed a bite of food to eat per day, at age eight, she’d only weighed under thirty pounds, became nothing but “skins and bones”, she’d started stealing in school, and begging for food too, rummaged through the trash cans for foods, the instructor notified social services, and that was when Lin’s neglect of his stepdaughter came out into the open; the Kaohsiung District Court sentenced him on malicious acts of preventing young children from growing up healthy, sentenced Lin to four years two months.

what is being done, to a, young child!

photo from online

Lin said he was troubled economically, that he couldn’t give his young stepdaughter the money for the foods that she needed, by the child’s father stated, that Lin and his own daughter both had iPhones to use, that they DO, have the money.  The mother of the child, Huang had the charges dropped against her, and the judge, in the trials, scolded her hard, “As a mother, you’d not protected your own daughter from harm, you’re, an unfit mother.”

The child’s mother had her out of wedlock, at age twenty-five, she’d married Lin with her six-year-old young daughter, and gave birth to another daughter a year later; the stepdaughter was cared for by Lin, but he’d abused her, and only fed her one bite at mealtimes, and, only, allowed her three pieces of apples too.  And he’d used the excuses of how the young child was misbehaving to strangle her, the abuse her, and, worried that his abuse of her might get busted, put the child in the long-sleeves and pants that covered up the signs of abuse.

As the police interrogated, the child told them, that other than where she “uses for peeing” she’d been beaten everywhere else on her body, because of hunger, she’d gotten up in the middle of the nights, to steal the cookies, the leftovers to fill her stomach up.  And she can only take the opportunities of the food  provisions they give to her at school, to stuff herself up, and sometimes, she’d had to steal the foods, rummage through the trash, to find the leftovers to get fed.

The maternal grandfather had once taken her to live with him, found that she’d become, “skeletal”, that before he’d put all the foods he’d prepared on the tables, the foods were already, eaten completely by his granddaughter already, he’d questioned his own daughter, and she’d not given him a response, in the end, he was turned away, from wanting to visit the young granddaughter again.  At the age of eight, the child’s school found her covered in bruising all over her body, reported it to the social services, and that was when they’d found, that she’d sustained abuse long-term, as she was placed, they’d found that her growth curve was way lower than girls her age, she had low calcium in her blood, and was, slightly, anemic.

As Lin was called in, he’d denied the allegations of child abuse, claimed that the family wasn’t economically well, that was why the child had, starved, that her injuries had nothing to do with him; and, as he was taken in, he’d finally admitted to abusing the young girl, at his bail hearing, he’d, denied having confessed to the abuse.  The judge found, that the child had been starved long-term, that it was most definitely not due to disciplinary means, that it was, child abuse pure and simple, otherwise, the young girls couldn’t possibly be so famished like she’d become, and, criticized Lin for denying all the accusations, despite the evidence showed that he had, abused the child.

The courts also, terminated the mother, Huang’s, maternal rights in sum, and gave the custody of the young child to her maternal grandfather.  Currently, the young girl is weighed at almost sixty-two pounds, but is still having the nightmares of her former days of abuse, she’d screamed in her sleep: “Don’t beat me”!, and as she woke, she’d, hugged her grandfather tight and asked, “grandpa, you’re not going to take me back to dad’s again, right?”

And so, this sort of abuse, doesn’t just affect the body, but also, the psychological, the mental too, and this child is going to continue to have the nightmares of her former years of abuse and neglect from her stepfather and her mother for a long time to come, and these unfitting, awful parents who starve their own young deserved the harshest possible sentence, for what they did, to this young girl!

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He Got Fired for Stealing, Went Back to the Dorms, and Beaten His Coworker to Death, the Man in His Fifties Taken into Custody

Taking the anger of his getting fired for STEALING, out on the man who caught him breaking and entering, scapegoating here, at ITS, worst!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The worker, Lin, after getting caught stealing at the factory where he was working, got fired, in the midnight hours of two days ago, he’d, made his way back to the dormitories, his former coworker, Cho found him, chased him out, Lin felt upset, he’d taken a knife and club, returned, to the dorm, and, physically assaulted Cho, Cho was suspected of sustaining blunt force trauma to his head, lost consciousness for six whole hours, before he was found, and, died as they rushed him to the hospital; as Lin was arrested, he’d claimed, that he’d only wanted to teach the person a lesson, that he’d not thought he had, killed the man, the district attorneys charged him with murder, and asked the courts to have him into custody, which the courts signed off on.

The police investigations found, that the fifty-two year-old Lin originally worked in a lumber factory in Taidong, but because he was caught stealing in the dorms, the owner felt that he was bad, fired him.

Two days ago at around one in the midnight hours, Lin made his way back to the dorms, was caught by the forty-seven-year-old Cho, and his friends, they’d called the cops, Lin left, displeased, at around two in the morn, he took a sickle, a wooden club, returned back to the dorm, he was suspected of beating Cho’s head many times, then, left to escape in a cab.

Cho suffered head trauma, fell in the dorms, and nobody had found him, until at eight two days ago, his friend saw that he’d not left his room, went to check, saw him lying in a pool of blood, then, called for help, but it was too late, Cho had, already, died.

The police suspected murder, and as they’d investigated, they’d found, that Lin was a primary suspect, the surveillance caught Lin, covering his face to dodge from getting captured by the footages, but his stature was made out by his fellow coworkers.

Two mornings ago at around eleven, the police caught Lin at the Carp Mountain in Taidong, Lin admitted to murder, claimed that he only wanted to teach Cho a lesson, that he’d not thought he was, using, way too much force.

The district attorneys stated that Lin used such ferocious means to attack, that he was responsible for murder, aggravated theft, and other charges, that he has flight risk, and corroborating his statement with others, asked the courts to have him into police custody, which the courts signed off on, and there would be an autopsy scheduled soon, to clarify the cause of death for Cho on another day.

And so, this is, scapegoating, because this man got upset from getting fired, for stealing, and was caught and confronted by his former coworker, and, he got angered, and murdered his former coworker in cold blood, and he was malicious in his attacking his former coworker, with the intent to commit murder, and he deserves a very harsh sentence.

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The Tears for, Ukraine

The Tears for, Ukraine

Fell from the Heavens Above

Drip, Drip, Drip

As They’d Fallen Out of Heaven

They’d Turned Red

Seeped into the Soils

Dyeing the Earth to Crimson

The Tears for, Ukraine

looking up to heaven…photo from online

It’d Fallen For, More than Six Months Now

Yet it’d Felt Like, It’d Been Going on for an Eternity Already

When oh When, Will God See, and Put an End to the Deaths?

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The Split-Second Decision to Reopen the Doors of the Country to the Tourists, Lives in Taiwan, are Lives Also

Because the economy is in recession, and, we’re, in DESPERATE need for some CASH flow from the tourist industries here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Awhile ago, the director of the C.D.C Wang stated, that Japan had purchased a hundred million doses of AZ, and only administered 100,000, and the rest, the country either gave to other countries, or, destroyed them.  This stated, that the government of Japan placed the orders early, and could get the vaccines on time, and had purchased enough in supplies, and gifted the vaccines they didn’t use up to other countries, Taiwan is one of the, beneficiaries.

The vaccines, like the medications, safety of usage is the basic requirements, with the efficacy being the most important.  Verifying that the vaccines that didn’t pass the stages of research, giving it the EUA, it’s exactly the same as buying the bulletproof vests, without testing them first, a total lack of respect for human lives.  The highest degree of prevention of diseases is avoiding death.  The rate of death out of every million from contraction of MERS-CoV in Taiwan is lower than Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Korea; higher than Thailand, Vietnam, India, Japan, and Singapore, and we’re, only in the middle in our performances.  If we compare ourselves with China, we’re, way, way, WAY behind; the last wave of MERS-CoV outbreaks in Shanghai was similar to Taiwan’s, but China, after shutting down the city for two months, reopened the country, at the start of June, as the bans are completely lifted, there hadn’t been another death, people’s lives are, returned, back to, normal.

like this, only, that none of us, will be, SHOT to death!

people murdered by the government! Photo from online

The lives of the Taiwanese people, ARE lives also!  Based off of the reports of the C.D.C. here, this year, out of every 10,000 contracted, eighteen people had suffered from the severe symptoms, and the morbidity rate of those severely symptomatic is as high as eighty-five percent.  Meaning, that as the number of contracted increases, those who will die from the severely symptomatic, also, increases.  Recently, the W.H.O. warned, that Europe is currently facing a brand new wave of pandemic, and the governments, to get the countries’ economies going again, selected to open up the borders, and now, there’s, a brand new mutated strain, the BF.7, and, how can it not worry us, if this strain entered into, our borders!  God bless Taiwan, to NOT let the pandemic get out of control, and if the pandemic gets out of control again, we pray, that the government will, SLAM on the brakes, and take back the orders of lifting the bans of our borders, to protect the people living here!

Yeah uh, good luck, the DDP only CARED about what it wants, and, right now, it could, care LESS about our lives, all it cares about is, rushing to catch up to the rest of the world’s paces, opening up the borders, so the tourism industries can survive, oh, and let’s, CUT terms of quarantine too, don’t care how the incubating period of the virus worked, let’s just, get those people in their at-home quarantines, and allow those untested, asymptomatic contracted to run around, infecting the entire island, until we all, SINK down, which would be way better, because then, MERS-CoV would drown to death, and of course, here, I’m assuming (no, still NOT an ASShole!) that it can’t swim!

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The Effects of, WAR

Unpredicted, un-expected, but hey, look on the BRIGHT side, at least, it’d, stimulated the ECONOMY, got us, out of that, RECESSIONS we’d gotten stuck in since???  Oh, dunno, ‘bout, five to, TEN whole years, -ish???  That sound’s ‘bout, right.

The effects of, WAR, never immediate, I mean, you can see, those, DEAD bodies, piling UP the fields all around where you live, in the, WARZONES, and yet, the effects of it, still, hadn’t, quite HIT yet, after all, all that shit’s, going on, outside of, your fences, right???

in a photograph…that’s, a THOUSAND, words! From online

The effects of, WAR, never to be, underestimated, and, history showed, that every time a country goes into recession (hitting that downward slope into DEPRESSION!), all you need, is a god damn, tiny little, WAR, then, ala shazam!  Economy started looking up, the production of tanks inside them factories, steel mills, give more job opportunities to the locals, etc., etc.

But, before we all, go off and start high fiving one another, for the end of the recession of the economy, that’s, our boys overseas, fighting, and we don’t know if they’ll make it, home to us, safe, and sound…

The effects of, WAR, it’s never, just for the time being, it lasts, eternally, you think those Germans, Japanese, Italians (those were the AXIS, right???) forgot, about the effects of both WWI, and WWII, or, how ‘bout, the Iraqis, huh?  You think they’d done forgetting about the U.S., taking them over?  Yeah, think again!

and how it’d, affected those in the areas…photo from online

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The Mother, Careless, Wrapped Up the Fetus She’d Given Birth to, Mistaken it as a Stillborn, Tossed the Baby Out the Window, Sentenced to Two Years in Prison

Given that the woman is mildly mentally retarded, that’s why she wasn’t charged with murder, nor given a harsher sentence, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A mildly retarded woman, Chu gave birth to an infant girl at her own home, she’d not heard her baby cried, and thought she was a stillborn, wrapped her up in a plastic bag, tossed her out of the window, to the rain roof, as the infant’s body rotted out and started giving off a rancid smell, that was when the infant was discovered.  The coroners conducted an autopsy, and found that as the infant was born, she was still alive, the Tainan District Court found that the woman was negligent, considered how she’s incapacitated mentally, and couldn’t have the abilities to problem-solve, sentenced her on death by negligence, gave her two years in prison, this can be appealed.

Chu gave birth twice, and got pregnant again, two years ago in November, she’d given birth to an infant girl in her own bathroom, wrapped the infant in a plastic bag, tossed her out of the third-story window to the second-floor rain roof; the infant’s body started rotting away, the homeowner received a complaint from the tenants, that there was the dead body of an animal, found someone to clean it up, and they’d discovered it was the body of the infant.  The coroners autopsied the infant, found that she wasn’t given the necessary measures of care, and got wrapped into a plastic bag to dispose of, causing her to die of respiratory failure.

The coroners claimed, that the as the infant girl was born, the umbilical cords was attached to her placenta, if the cord wasn’t severed, patting the back gently, to help the infant girl spit out what was stuck inside, and as the air entered into the lung, she would start to cry, but Chu had ripped the placenta out, the air didn’t get into the infant’s lungs, she couldn’t possibly cry.

The coroners stated, that the infant could receive the oxygen from the placenta, and lived for half an hour more, the autopsy showed that the internal organs looked different to those internal organs of stillborns, and deducted that the infant girl was not a stillborn, that her death was caused by the improper care after birth.

Chu’s attorney claimed, that Chu saw her daughter not made a peep, smacked her bottom and she’d stayed unresponsive, she’d mistaken her as a stillborn, and worried that others may misunderstand, and because of her mental incapacitations, she’d worried that others may misunderstand the situation, and couldn’t come up with a better solution to deal with the problems or to seek help from outside, asked the courts to give her probation.

The courts noted, that this was Chu’s third birth, she should have enough awareness of the neonatal care procedures that’s needed for her own daughter, and saw her daughter as a stillborn because she failed to cry, she’d used such a rash means to handle the matter, that she was negligent, that she needed to be placed into a correctional facility to learn what she did wrong, and in the interrogations by the police, she’d not mentioned that she’d patted the infant girl’s back and buttocks, only stated it in the trials, there’s questions on her statements; but because she was mildly mentally retarded, she may have a limited ability to cope with the problems, and admitted to what she did, so the courts sentenced her to two years.

And, this infant would’ve been alive, had she been born to a mother who is healthy, and “normal”, but because this woman was mildly mentally retarded, she couldn’t make the right judgment calls, and that’s why her daughter died, and because of her negligence, that’s what caused the infant to die, and considering how her state of mind, being mentally retarded may have affected her judgment, the courts only gave her a two year sentence, which is quite light.

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