Skip to comments.KIMBERLY LUCAS: Investigators reveal alleged suicide note, suspect cites recent bible verse
Posted on 05/29/2014 2:24:44 PM PDT by Dallas59
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- - Walking in slowly and without saying a word, Kimberly Lucas, 40, listened to a Palm Beach County judge deny her bond for the murder charges she faces in connection with the death of her former partner's two-year-old girl.
Lucas is accused of killing Elliana Lucas-Jamason and attempting to kill the 10-year-old brother of the girl before investigators said she tried killing herself.
A newly released arrest report reveals the alleged suicide note police found in a word document in an open computer at the scene.
(Excerpt) Read more at wptv.com ...
The Metropolitan Community Church is the all-gay, all-the-time church. Yes, these people are all perfectly normal, nothing to see here, no worry about the children . . .
Elliana has two mommies.
What could possibly go wrong?
She appears to be defiant.
She has that same “I hate men” look as Rosie.
According to the boy, Lucas gave him a pill dissolved in a cup of coffee, telling him it would help him grow. The report didn’t specify what kind of pill.
The boy then took the coffee into the living room to watch TV. Lucas gave “half the pill” with water to Elliana, the report stated, then took her into the bathroom for a bath.
The boy went to his room to lay down because he felt tired and dizzy, the report said. He woke up to find Lucas sleeping beside him, without Elliana. The bathroom door was locked so he opened it with a knife.
“He discovered Elliana in the bathtub submerged under water,” according to the affidavit. “He pulled her out and began CPR.”
The boy also tried to wake Lucas up, but couldn’t. He called 911.
Florida Department of Health records showed that Lucas is licensed as a mental health counselor.
Pam Gionfriddo, CEO of the nonprofit Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County, Inc., said that Lucas worked there from July 2013 to February 2014 as a program manager, but then “left voluntarily for personal reasons.”
Florida does have the death penalty. Hopefully it’s applied here.
This is the profession that forbids its members to say one bad word about homosexuality.
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