Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Jul 11, 2015.
So many shitheads in this world
Why waste the money to house, clothe and feed this piece of shit? Just put his head in a vice, and squeeze it like a grape, until it pops. Problem solved.
Oh, for Satan's sake @skylarbrie. I love you like the slow-brother I never had; but I thought you were thread-trained by now. Here allow me:
In Texas, a 34-year-old man has pleaded guilty for injury to a child after crushing the head of a foster baby. According to the Statesman Newspaper, Jacob Salas was initially only charged with injury to a child but it was later upgraded to capital murder.
Unbelievably, he admitted to authorities that he placed the head of Orien Destany Hamilton between his knee and the floor, crushing her skull. However, originally he called the child’s aunt and said the baby had choked on a French fry. That wasn’t true and doctors who examined the child’s body found signs of abuse.
The incident occurred in 2013 and Salas has now accepted a plea deal of 30-years in prison. Unfortunately, the attorney’s involved in the case didn’t contact Hamilton’s birth mother, Emily Fant, before offering Salas the plea. Salas has three other children with Hamilton’s aunt and was asked to watch the baby when she was called in to work. Fant believes the charge is unacceptable and wants Salas to be sentenced to life in prison without parole.
She said, “Thirty years? They’re going to give him 30 years for capital murder of a baby? What is wrong with this system?”
In 2012, Hamilton had been removed from her San Antonio home by the Department of Family and Protective after her mother was accused of using methamphetamines. Robert Leal, the senior vice president of foster care and adoption at Lutheran Social Services of the South, explained that Hamilton was born with drugs in her system, and had been in the care of her aunt in what he called a “kinship placement.”
After the child’s murder, Lutheran Social Services said, “We’re heartbroken that this happened. Our mission, philosophy and purpose is to do everything we can to protect the safety of children.” Apparently the prosecutor involved in the case, Elizabeth Whited, had made the plea offer right before she left office.
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Salas’ defense attorney, Jeremiah Williams added, “He’s adamant, and completely truthful in my opinion, that there was no intent. There was no maliciousness towards that little baby and he is devastated for the family.”
The Williamson County District Attorney, Jana Duty, explained why Salas was given such a light sense. She said, “The new prosecutor felt obligated to honor the plea offer. Elizabeth Whited was one of my toughest prosecutors. If she felt 30 years was an appropriate sentence after she evaluated all of the evidence, I trust her judgment.”
an eye for an eye
Game of Thrones in the Hall.
yeah, execution would be great. But 30 years works for me; throw him in the fuckn hole
I could fix the world with a few good wood chippers.
I hope prison style justice will be meted out to this waste of life and he gets what he deserves. I don't think he'll be too popular with his fellow inmates when they find out he's a child killer. Kill a cop this guy would probably be a hero...
A fairer sentence would be to put one in this POS's forehead and be done with it.
Too quick, not enough suffering. Take this piece of shit out back by the dumpster, and set him on fire.
Foster children, though? How did there come to be foster children in the house? Isn't it usually the girlfriend's kid, in these situations?
its a fucked up world and system out there. I try to avoid it.
Amen to that ...
If I read the article correctly, this piece of garbage is married to the aunt of this baby's mother. The mother was on drugs, the baby was born with drugs in her system, and was taken away from the mother, and put in the aunt's custody. So, yes, it's "foster care," but with a family member.
"Hamilton was born with drugs in her system, and had been in the care of her aunt in what he called a “kinship placement.” "