Skip to comments.Judge frees jailed mom of 15; kids stay in foster care
Posted on 05/18/2010 3:52:00 PM PDT by Hotmetal
Saying she did not wish to burden the taxpayers any longer, a circuit judge this morning released Angel Adams, the homeless mother of 12 dependent children who was jailed last week after refusing
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I have kinda followed the saga of this freak and the MSM’s attempts to paint her as a martyr.
Nothing more than a resource sucking leach that shows the depth of the wrong in our entitlement addled society.
That might make a difference.
Fine. Cut off her welfare payments. Every dime.
they will if they are in state custody which they are
however the state still has to pay for foster care
Meanwhile, my husband and I will have to endure privacy violations, with smiles on our faces, before we are able to adopt even a single child. This makes me sick. :(
Lovely Angel Adams is black.
Single with TWELVE KIDS!
TAMPA - Saying she did not wish to burden the taxpayers any longer, a circuit judge this morning released Angel Adams, the homeless mother of 12 dependent children who was jailed last week after refusing to tell the court whether she was pregnant for the 16th time in 21 years.
Adams, 37, appeared today before Hillsborough Circuit Judge Tracy Sheehan for the third time since Thursday. That’s when the judge found Adams in contempt for refusing to testify and placed the 12 children in foster care.
I gues we’ll have to wait and see if she is pregnant again!
Wonder where the fathers are?
Does she KNOW who the fathers are?
When she had the kids she received $2,600 a month. With that she could only ‘afford’ a hotel room for which someone else paid.
She’s probably using the money for drugs.
And liberals are always denying that welfare recipients have additional children to get bigger checks. Nah they wouldn’t do anything like that.
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