Skip to comments.Father guilty of throwing baby in drug spat with mom
Posted on 07/18/2012 6:22:24 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
A Melrose dad faces sentencing Friday after a jury found him guilty of slamming his 7-week-old son to the ground during a fight with his babys mother, in what prosecutors say was an extremely troubling case sparked by an argument over drugs and cash.
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That poor little guy didn’t stand a chance from Day One.
The guy should be hung.
Will try to pray about it. Dear God help us all.
Is Carlos an NFL Player like a Wide Receiver? You known spiking the football after a TD. Only 31 NFL players have been arrested so far this year -—— Name change for the NFL from National Football League to National Felons League!
When I was a kid, NFL players had to work in the off season to make a decent living. My Dad used to buy insurance from Lou "the toe" Groza of the Cleveland Browns.
Boondock Saints, you have a call on line one.........
I can’t remember the player but he was a new car salesman at the dealership my Dad bought a car at. (I met the player but can’t remember his name.) Now they have big bucks and a bunch of fellow thugs in their entourage helping spend it.
Case in point Michael Vick.
Some innocents are too good for this world.
God took the baby back home quickly, as I’m sure it’s future was bleak with these two pieces of offal and God wished the innocent to be in a place of peace and contentment.
As for the offal? Welcome to the hell on earth you’ve built for yourselves.
No place him in a new cell every day for the rest of his life.
As bad as felons are at least they hate anyone that hurts kids.
It wasn’t too long ago a baby “daddy “ threw his baby from a moving vehicle on I - 275 in Tampa ....
God, I wish we had a real justice system that worked...
These vermin should have been rotting away to worm food by now....
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