Friday, April 25, 2008

Justice by Sob Story

From here:
"Prison is a harsh place to live," she told the judge at her hearing in February.
Poor thing. But to those of us who would argue that it's much too soon for her release into the community, her lawyer vehemently disagrees.
"No, it isn't," in -sists Stephen Gehl. "She has demonstrated in connection with her rehabilitation a true commitment and a genuine remorse for what she did."

And what did she do?
It was on Jan. 18, 2003, that the two Mississauga siblings -- 16 and 15 at the time -- set about their meticulous plan to rid themselves of their alcoholic mom. While nonchalantly chatting about their plot online with some pals, they plied her with vodka and Tylenol 3s laced with codeine. Then the older girl put on gloves and held her mom's head under the bathwater for four long minutes until she stopped convulsing and her final dying heaves let them know she was dead

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