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2011-04-21 06:29:33 PM
After killing Stice and stealing the baby boy, Coy drove to the home of a friend and said she had given birth to the baby, Winn said. The friend told troopers that Coy was in a car, wearing no pants and sitting on the placenta while holding the baby, who had grass on him, Winn said.

wat

The friend called for an ambulance after helping to clean the baby and taking a picture of the newborn, Winn said. At the hospital, at about 5:50 p.m. local time on April 13, Coy brought in a uterus, ovaries and placenta with umbilical cord still attached, along with the baby, Winn said.

"Hi, I'm the Triage Nurse. Let's see the baby OH HOLY SHIAT WTF!!"

At the hospital, Dr. Sara Mangold examined Coy and determined she didn't give birth to the baby, Winn said.

Y'know, I'd probably be able to make that call without the M.D. degree.
 
2011-04-21 08:19:38 PM
biatches be crazy.
 
zz9
2011-04-21 08:34:20 PM
This person should fry. "insane" or not.
 
2011-04-21 08:42:50 PM
....wtf is wrong with her?!
 
2011-04-21 08:59:49 PM

zz9: This person should fry. "insane" or not.


This. Holy farking shiat.
 
2011-04-21 09:10:39 PM
WTF am I reading.
 
2011-04-21 09:10:54 PM
I put on my robe and wizard hat. I then tie my robe with an umbilical cord.
 
2011-04-21 09:44:41 PM
It amazing, you hear this story at least once a year. Sometimes they just kidnap a baby, sometimes they kill a pregnant woman and cut out the baby. They are all sane by the legal definition but you know they are shiat-house crazy.
 
2011-04-21 10:01:40 PM
FTA: "The defense is concerned that there are significant mental health issues," Gibson said.

YOU DON'T SAY.
 
2011-04-21 11:48:49 PM
O.o

Yeah... how about no. She should not be near women or children. The men might want to consider not sticking their dick in this crazy either...
 
2011-04-22 02:42:05 AM
Everyone in the Comments section of that news article should be slow-roasted to death.
 
2011-04-22 02:58:33 AM
img689.imageshack.us
 
2011-04-22 02:59:35 AM
I have no idea how to adequately describe my reaction. This might be the most horrible thing I have read in months, and I just finished Atlas Shrugged.
 
2011-04-22 03:01:00 AM

zz9: This person should fry. "insane" or not.


And leave the infant without a mother? You heartless bastard! Won't someone think of the children???
 
2011-04-22 03:03:40 AM

Somacandra: I put on my robe and wizard hat. I then tie my robe with an umbilical cord.


*Snert*

x2
 
2011-04-22 03:04:52 AM
""The defense is concerned that there are significant mental health issues," Gibson said."

No shiat Sherlock.
 
2011-04-22 03:07:12 AM

Acharne: Somacandra: I put on my robe and wizard hat. I then tie my robe with an umbilical cord.

*Snert*

x2


Ovary funny. Not to belabor the point, but this is a serious thread. Placenta with a subdued attitude. No matter how you slice it, levity is uncalled for. You're being as rude as if you walked right into her funeral cervix and started cracking jokes.
 
2011-04-22 03:07:45 AM

Captain James T. Smirk: and I just finished Atlas Shrugged.


My condolences.
 
2011-04-22 03:08:23 AM

baka-san: biatches be crazy.

word

.
 
2011-04-22 03:08:35 AM

Kittypie070: Everyone in the Comments section of that news article should be slow-roasted to death.


Holy wow. I love this comment from someone named "No_Absolutes":

"uh....no. we don't want government to tell women what to with their bodies. we want government to tell women what they can't do to SOMEONE ELSE'S BODY. A baby is its own person, the mother is just a vessel. I do want government to tell women and everyone else that you can't go around killing people. its called crime prevention and public safety and those are tradional government functions."

I just.... sometimes think the internet was maybe a bad idea.

Not for long.... but.... ya know....this shiat.
 
2011-04-22 03:11:27 AM
Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?
 
2011-04-22 03:12:26 AM

The Angry Hand of God: Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?


You were onto something before you went straight to crazy-town.
 
2011-04-22 03:12:56 AM
Captain James T. Smirk

Ovary funny. Not to belabor the point, but this is a serious thread. Placenta with a subdued attitude. No matter how you slice it, levity is uncalled for. You're being as rude as if you walked right into her funeral cervix and started cracking jokes.

I...I think I was just offered a lesson from a master...

I'm not actually worthy.
 
2011-04-22 03:13:10 AM

The Angry Hand of God: Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?


*hole even...
 
2011-04-22 03:16:21 AM

The Angry Hand of God: Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?


Yes, yes it is.
 
2011-04-22 03:17:23 AM
Mobile link is farked.
 
2011-04-22 03:20:15 AM
I think we need to change the relevancy in cases like this of whether or not these people are mentally stable or sane. Maybe it is generally irrelevant but I always read about defense attorneys trying to argue it. It shouldn't matter at all. If you kill someone and rip out their insides you need to either be put to death or locked up for the rest of your life. How does ones mental stability take away from the severity of their crime? What are you going to do, rehabilitate her in a mental hospital? She's not worth the trouble.
 
2011-04-22 03:21:49 AM

The Angry Hand of God: The Angry Hand of God: Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?

*hole even...


*makes already-slanted eyes even more squinty* It was a a Fleudian Srip.
 
2011-04-22 03:22:18 AM

The Angry Hand of God: Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?


It makes you a shiatty person, considering all the woman did was kill someone quickly and take a baby.
 
2011-04-22 03:22:31 AM
At what age do you tell the kid what happened to his mother?
 
2011-04-22 03:22:54 AM

Excen: The Angry Hand of God: The Angry Hand of God: Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?

*hole even...

*makes arready-sranted eyes even more squinty* It was a a Fleudian Srip.


FTFM.
 
2011-04-22 03:23:44 AM
Repeat? *AGAIN*? That's like 4 times in 2 days.
 
2011-04-22 03:24:26 AM

Goopotato: Captain James T. Smirk: and I just finished Atlas Shrugged.

My condolences.


Mine as well.

At least it's not going to be a movi...sonofabiatch.
 
2011-04-22 03:28:03 AM

EuphoniumEuphoria: Mobile link is farked.


CBSNews mobile links are *always* farked, I've found.

/TMZ isn't much better.
//I can't get all my trainwreck news from CSX, now.
 
2011-04-22 03:28:33 AM
Part of me wants to cry. How horrible. Grotesque. Gotta wonder what possessed her.
 
2011-04-22 03:36:59 AM

The Angry Hand of God: Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?


4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2011-04-22 03:37:11 AM
If you ever do a crime, it is good to add some insane elements so you can help your lawyer build a defense case. Probably doesn't take much, just something weird like this chick did.

Honestly, she really must have a low IQ to not even know (a) what is supposed to come out of your body when giving birth (b) that doctors can tell that you didn't just have a baby.
 
2011-04-22 03:38:05 AM
I can only imagine what was going through the doctor's head when she realized what this woman must have done. Must have been one hell of an experience.
 
2011-04-22 03:40:00 AM
Ah penny arcade, almost a comic for every situation.
 
2011-04-22 03:40:30 AM

dahmers love zombie: After killing Stice and stealing the baby boy, Coy drove to the home of a friend and said she had given birth to the baby, Winn said. The friend told troopers that Coy was in a car, wearing no pants and sitting on the placenta while holding the baby, who had grass on him, Winn said.

wat


I think this was to "prove" she had just given birth.
As far as I am concerned, they just prove she knew what the hell she was doing and should just seal her fate.
 
2011-04-22 03:50:01 AM
Ugh. I thought I was having trouble sleeping before reading this. So disturbing.

FTFA:Winn said Coy approached her 13-year-old daughter in early April about taking part in such a plot. When the daughter balked, Coy passed it off as a joke, Winn said.

Soon after, Coy approached her 14-year-old son and asked if he would take part in a murder, Winn said. The son refused and Coy didn't bring it up again, the detective testified.



Wait... this crazy broad tried to obtain the assistance of two children of a detective in this plot and yet no one was keeping track of her? Seems like someone should have tried to prevent this. I'm guessing if she was asking these kids to help, there were other warning signs.

/This story--full of Winn.
 
2011-04-22 03:54:38 AM
A woman used a stun gun to subdue an expectant mother before killing her and cutting the baby boy from her body...

People like this need to be put down like Old Yeller.

If she is sane then she knew what she was doing, knew that it was bad and wrong, and STILL did it anyway. Fry her ass for being EVIL.

If she is found not sane, then she has demonstrated that she is irreparably broken and it is best for all concerned to put her down as you would a rabid dog.
 
2011-04-22 03:56:19 AM
Winn said there is evidence that Coy, who claimed to have had a miscarriage, planned to kill a pregnant woman and steal a baby. Winn said Coy approached her 13-year-old daughter in early April about taking part in such a plot. When the daughter balked, Coy passed it off as a joke, Winn said.

Soon after, Coy approached her 14-year-old son and asked if he would take part in a murder, Winn said. The son refused and Coy didn't bring it up again, the detective testified.


Well, Santa shall remember this come Christmas time. I should just say that right here. Loyal children are rewarded.
 
2011-04-22 03:56:50 AM
img.photobucket.com
 
2011-04-22 03:59:08 AM

icepriestess: Ugh. I thought I was having trouble sleeping before reading this. So disturbing.

FTFA:Winn said Coy approached her 13-year-old daughter in early April about taking part in such a plot. When the daughter balked, Coy passed it off as a joke, Winn said.

Soon after, Coy approached her 14-year-old son and asked if he would take part in a murder, Winn said. The son refused and Coy didn't bring it up again, the detective testified.


Wait... this crazy broad tried to obtain the assistance of two children of a detective in this plot and yet no one was keeping track of her? Seems like someone should have tried to prevent this. I'm guessing if she was asking these kids to help, there were other warning signs.

/This story--full of Winn.


I think the reporter meant the crazy woman asked her own children to help her, not the detective's children.

SH]he probably asked them to do so much crazy shiat, and then never followed through with any of it, that they thought she was just being her usual self.
 
2011-04-22 04:06:19 AM
Someone played a little too much Operation as a kid

www.theskichannel.com
notesaboutnothing2010.files.wordpress.com
 
2011-04-22 04:16:07 AM
God dammit! The farkin' South just keeps getting creepier and creepier.

FARKING SECEDE ALREADY! PLEASE! TRUST ME, WE WON'T STOP YOU THIS TIME!
 
2011-04-22 04:18:21 AM
Has anyone noticed from the sidebars that Justin Beiber was murdered?

i.i.com.com

http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-504083_162-10007501.html?tag=galleryscroller
 
2011-04-22 04:24:12 AM
Why would you do something like this if you already have children..?

/obviously "Why would you do something like this", inb4 all that ftfy bullshiat; you would think a primal maternal instinct this clearly and profoundly mentally-ill woman had within her would have been at least a bit stifled considering the fact that the articles references her already having two children.

//Christ, I wonder what those children are like.

///I wonder what her medical records have to say about her mental state.

With a species population of 7 billion the crazy and violent will only grow in numbers alongside the unthinkable and abhorrent actions they sometimes have the ability to commit.

Oh well, I suppose.
 
2011-04-22 04:24:54 AM

Happy Hours: At what age do you tell the kid what happened to his mother?


Before he gets old enough to google himself.

You know what? Might be safer for his mental health if he just stays illiterate.
 
2011-04-22 04:37:08 AM
mental health issues? nothing that cant be fixed with some .50 calibre anti-psychotic medications
 
2011-04-22 04:42:07 AM

Texas Gabe: Has anyone noticed from the sidebars that Justin Beiber was murdered?


http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-504083_162-10007501.html?tag=galleryscroller



That's Ellen Page. She was in Inception.
 
2011-04-22 04:43:49 AM
When I was in my last trimester, I remember thinking once or twice that I hoped no one tried to kill me and take my baby. It's a very weird feeling to have that fear.
 
2011-04-22 05:10:04 AM

platedlizard: ...SH]he probably asked them to do so much crazy shiat, and then never followed through with any of it, that they thought she was just being her usual self.


Phew. Going to chalk that up to being tired while reading. It seems to that most of these creepy baby-desperate ladies who do things like this don't have kids of their own, so I think my mind jumped to that conclusion.
 
2011-04-22 05:13:23 AM
wait, wait, I think I've seen this one!

static.tvfanatic.com
 
2011-04-22 05:14:05 AM

blueyd1: When I was in my last trimester, I remember thinking once or twice that I hoped no one tried to kill me and take my baby. It's a very weird feeling to have that fear.


Ha, I had the same creepy feeling. Probably because when I was pregnant with my daughter there was a high profile case where that happened.
 
2011-04-22 05:22:04 AM
I try to refrain from cursing but seriously. ******************************************************************************** ******************************************************************************** ************* sick woman needs the chair.
 
2011-04-22 05:22:45 AM

balancing act: blueyd1: When I was in my last trimester, I remember thinking once or twice that I hoped no one tried to kill me and take my baby. It's a very weird feeling to have that fear.

Ha, I had the same creepy feeling. Probably because when I was pregnant with my daughter there was a high profile case where that happened.


Now THAT would make for a wild level in an FPS-type game...you're slow, move clumsily, and have to fend off knife-and-stun-gun wielding crazies.

/ya, I probably play too many computer games
 
2011-04-22 05:30:32 AM
Did she have some weird medical condition?

*reads article*

Oh, she's sick all right.
 
2011-04-22 05:40:35 AM

justoneznot: I think we need to change the relevancy in cases like this of whether or not these people are mentally stable or sane. Maybe it is generally irrelevant but I always read about defense attorneys trying to argue it. It shouldn't matter at all. If you kill someone and rip out their insides you need to either be put to death or locked up for the rest of your life. How does ones mental stability take away from the severity of their crime? What are you going to do, rehabilitate her in a mental hospital? She's not worth the trouble.


An insanity defense, even a successful one, is not a get out of jail free card. Someone who is determined insane in a court of law will usually face a longer time in a mental institution than they would in a prison, and they will often never see freedom again. A prison sentence will let you go you free after a determined time, while an insanity defense will not. If you do find that preferrable to a traditional sentence (e.g. if you're pacing a potential death penalty), you still need the defense to actually succeed, and if it doesn't, your case will have taken a hit that could possibly have been lessened with a more realistic defense. For these reasons, it's not common (or a good idea) to bring up mental issues as a defense unless there's a good indicator that mental issues are in fact present.
 
2011-04-22 05:46:15 AM

Captain James T. Smirk: This might be the most horrible thing I have read in months, and I just finished Atlas Shrugged.


how? i'm a bat-shiat crazy right winger and i couldn't get past about 200 pages or so...
 
2011-04-22 05:48:56 AM

Texas Gabe: Has anyone noticed from the sidebars that Justin Beiber was murdered?



http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-504083_162-10007501.html?tag=galleryscroller


That ain't even funny ... "Cops: 15-year-old was lured to home, murdered, body disposed of in paint cans" .... I hate gallery stories.

"Authorities said the 16-year-old, who is not being identified because of his age, told investigators the group plotted the slaying because Bargo hated Seath. Authorities say Jackson was lured to the house by a text message. According to deputies, Jackson was hit in the head with a wooden object by Ely and Bargo, then shot multiple times by Bargo."

This is Bargo

i.i.com.com

They all got ratted out by a kid who was there who, instead of stopping it, went home to tell his parents. It's nice that he told his parents. It's not so nice that he didn't stop it. I guess the snitch was afraid of being icy hot stunted in the ass if as well if he intervened.
 
2011-04-22 05:54:06 AM

The Angry Hand of God: Is it wrong that I want to give her an unnecessary C-section with no anesthesia, then f*ck the whole with my dick dipped in glue and glass (Kickboxer), until she cries for mercy and I just shove it in her eye?


I sympathize with you. You indulge in tough guy fantasy, and instead of having others say hell yeah the biatch deserves it! you get treated like you just farted on top of the punch bowl. :\

Well, anyway, I also hope Coy fries. Insanity is not an excuse. This wasn't impulsive, and she tried to get kids involved, too. I guess she missed all the cooing and oohing and aaawing and positive public attention which comes with a newborn. It's a drug, I tell ya. She just went to extreme lengths to get her crack fix.

Fry her.
 
2011-04-22 05:54:47 AM

justoneznot: I think we need to change the relevancy in cases like this of whether or not these people are mentally stable or sane. Maybe it is generally irrelevant but I always read about defense attorneys trying to argue it. It shouldn't matter at all. If you kill someone and rip out their insides you need to either be put to death or locked up for the rest of your life. How does ones mental stability take away from the severity of their crime? What are you going to do, rehabilitate her in a mental hospital? She's not worth the trouble.


This.

Obviously she is not sane, and as far as I can tell all that means is that she should never be allowed loose on a civil society ever again.

The way insanity seems to get used is to make it an excuse for bad behaviour. Rather the real issue is that the farking insane person will never be safe to society and therefore we need to remove them permanently in order to safeguard those who are not insane. Not pat them on the head and say "nevermind it wasn't your fault, you were insane when you murdered that person". The murdered person isn't any less dead just because the murderer was insane.
 
2011-04-22 05:55:20 AM

tutti: An insanity defense, even a successful one, is not a get out of jail free card. Someone who is determined insane in a court of law will usually face a longer time in a mental institution than they would in a prison, and they will often never see freedom again. A prison sentence will let you go you free after a determined time, while an insanity defense will not. If you do find that preferrable to a traditional sentence (e.g. if you're pacing a potential death penalty), you still need the defense to actually succeed, and if it doesn't, your case will have taken a hit that could possibly have been lessened with a more realistic defense. For these reasons, it's not common (or a good idea) to bring up mental issues as a defense unless there's a good indicator that mental issues are in fact present.


citation, please? or is this just some bullshiat you made up?
 
2011-04-22 06:08:17 AM

proteus_b: tutti: An insanity defense, even a successful one, is not a get out of jail free card. Someone who is determined insane in a court of law will usually face a longer time in a mental institution than they would in a prison, and they will often never see freedom again. A prison sentence will let you go you free after a determined time, while an insanity defense will not. If you do find that preferrable to a traditional sentence (e.g. if you're pacing a potential death penalty), you still need the defense to actually succeed, and if it doesn't, your case will have taken a hit that could possibly have been lessened with a more realistic defense. For these reasons, it's not common (or a good idea) to bring up mental issues as a defense unless there's a good indicator that mental issues are in fact present.

citation, please? or is this just some bullshiat you made up?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insanity_defense

"Those found to have been not guilty by reason of insanity are generally then required to undergo psychiatric treatment, except in the case of temporary insanity (see below). Defendants found not guilty by reason of insanity are generally placed in a mental institution. Unlike defendants who are found guilty of a crime, they are not institutionalized for a fixed period, but rather held in the institution until they are determined not to be a threat."
 
2011-04-22 06:11:05 AM

tutti: "Those found to have been not guilty by reason of insanity are generally then required to undergo psychiatric treatment, except in the case of temporary insanity (see below). Defendants found not guilty by reason of insanity are generally placed in a mental institution. Unlike defendants who are found guilty of a crime, they are not institutionalized for a fixed period, but rather held in the institution until they are determined not to be a threat."


yeah, indeterminate can be longer or shorter than the corresponding criminal penalty. typically someone convicted of 1st or 2nd degree murder will spend 25 to life in prison. is there any evidence that they will receive MORE had they been found not guilty by reason of insanity?
 
2011-04-22 06:20:22 AM

proteus_b: tutti: "Those found to have been not guilty by reason of insanity are generally then required to undergo psychiatric treatment, except in the case of temporary insanity (see below). Defendants found not guilty by reason of insanity are generally placed in a mental institution. Unlike defendants who are found guilty of a crime, they are not institutionalized for a fixed period, but rather held in the institution until they are determined not to be a threat."

yeah, indeterminate can be longer or shorter than the corresponding criminal penalty. typically someone convicted of 1st or 2nd degree murder will spend 25 to life in prison. is there any evidence that they will receive MORE had they been found not guilty by reason of insanity?


http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/local/longterm/aron/qa227.htm
http://www.enotes.com/everyday-law-encyclopedia/insanity-defense

Really, I'm just googling this. It's not hard to find. And no, there's no evidence that they will spend longer in a mental institution than they would in prison, because that's not always the case.
 
2011-04-22 06:45:35 AM

tutti: Someone who is determined insane in a court of law will usually face a longer time in a mental institution than they would in a prison, and they will often never see freedom again


sorry i could have sworn that someone said something like this.

yes i'm sure being in a mental home is no walk in the park. beats doing 25 to life (to death) for murder, especially if you get out after ten years.
 
2011-04-22 06:58:52 AM

proteus_b: tutti: Someone who is determined insane in a court of law will usually face a longer time in a mental institution than they would in a prison, and they will often never see freedom again

sorry i could have sworn that someone said something like this.

yes i'm sure being in a mental home is no walk in the park. beats doing 25 to life (to death) for murder, especially if you get out after ten years.


Ugh, fine, I don't have a citation for that particular sentence.
 
2011-04-22 07:03:48 AM
If ever there was a reason to keep capital punishment. This biatch isn't fit to breathe.
 
2011-04-22 07:06:47 AM

Kittypie070: Everyone in the Comments section of that news article should be slow-roasted to death.


Especially whiteguysrule:

whiteguysrule April 21, 2011 11:46 PM EDT
how come when i read storys like this pretty girl doing horribel things, do I not care about the pretty girls that have horrible things done to them.

why does every story have a pretty girl involved? sex sells and your a prevert america.


jfc

Texas Gabe: Has anyone noticed from the sidebars that Justin Beiber was murdered?



http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-504083_162-10007501.html?tag=galleryscroller


After reading those two articles, I want to go back to bed and pull the covers over my head and cry for humanity. Some people are sick farking animals.
 
2011-04-22 07:15:34 AM

blueyd1: When I was in my last trimester, I remember thinking once or twice that I hoped no one tried to kill me and take my baby. It's a very weird feeling to have that fear.


Glad to know I'm not the only one. There were a couple of cases like this when I was pregnant with my last kid. When complete strangers started asking baby questions it creeped me out. "Hm...you are due in 2 weeks?" (insert sounds of knife sharpening)
 
2011-04-22 07:17:09 AM

blueyd1: When I was in my last trimester, I remember thinking once or twice that I hoped no one tried to kill me and take my baby. It's a very weird feeling to have that fear.


I'm in my second trimester, and I've got that fear NOW.
 
2011-04-22 07:27:19 AM

Kittypie070: Everyone in the Comments section of that news article should be slow-roasted to death.


This is my favorite:

by No_Absolutes April 20, 2011 4:53 PM EDT
By jt92202 This has NOTHING to do with Abortion!! The mother was carring her child to full term, the killer wasn't trying to abort the child she was trying to steal the child! Don't bring your debate into this story!! You can keep your opinion to yourself it's not relevent.....

You're wrong JT92202. This has plenty to do with abortion in terms of public perception. When this baby was snatched from the mother's womb, the public reacts by calling it sick and twisted and everyone is terribly offended. but when the 800,000 babies aborted every year are snatched from their mothers' wombs, people say thats ok, its just a matter of choice. Either way, you have a a completely innocent baby being snatched from the sanctity of the womb and if you're offended once then you should be offended 800,000 times.
 
2011-04-22 07:31:56 AM
Having an eight month old at home right now, this story makes me sad and all kinds of stabby.
 
2011-04-22 07:45:41 AM
Put me on the bus with those that say she should be put down, crazy defense doesn't even begin to cover her issues.
 
2011-04-22 07:52:11 AM

zz9: This person should fry. "insane" or not.


My thoughts exactly. Shes got issues, and one of them is the brutal murder of a pregnant lady. There's not comeback from that, its perhaps the worst imaginable crime. This murderous woman has earned her hot-seat. My sympathies for the family of the murdered woman too... that's an impossible thing to come to terms with.

zomega: blueyd1: When I was in my last trimester, I remember thinking once or twice that I hoped no one tried to kill me and take my baby. It's a very weird feeling to have that fear.

I'm in my second trimester, and I've got that fear NOW.


My wife went through the same kind of fears too, you'll be fine!

dr.zaeus: Having an eight month old at home right now, this story makes me sad and all kinds of stabby.


Mines 14 months, so very much ^^^ this.
 
2011-04-22 08:06:22 AM
Was it really necessary to distend a uterus into the headline?
 
2011-04-22 08:11:23 AM

oi_piss_me_off: ....wtf is wrong with her?!


She's from Butler County, which is in a league of its own when it comes to crazy.

This comes a few weeks shy of the 8th anniversary of the Katie Autry killing. Some guy raped her in her dorm room and then set her on fire; she later died from the injuries.

From the "I [heart] BG" Facebook page: "We love Bowling Green, Kentucky. We love the folks, the community, the heritage and all the good that is found here. Spread the love!"

/representin'
 
2011-04-22 08:16:54 AM
If you're not bright enough to leave the uterus at home, you're not going to pull off imitating insanity to avoid prison.
 
2011-04-22 08:32:00 AM
Captain James T. Smirk 2011-04-22 02:59:35 AM

I have no idea how to adequately describe my reaction. This might be the most horrible thing I have read in months, and I just finished Atlas Shrugged.


Don't feel bad you couldn't understand it.
It's okay, stick to books with big pictures next time.
 
2011-04-22 08:32:02 AM
Has anyone ever got away with this?
 
2011-04-22 08:37:18 AM

Captain James T. Smirk: Acharne: Somacandra: I put on my robe and wizard hat. I then tie my robe with an umbilical cord.

*Snert*

x2

Ovary funny. Not to belabor the point, but this is a serious thread. Placenta with a subdued attitude. No matter how you slice it, levity is uncalled for. You're being as rude as if you walked right into her funeral cervix and started cracking jokes.


Period.
 
2011-04-22 08:37:33 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk
The "Sharon Tate" of the story
 
2011-04-22 08:43:59 AM
At least she decided to be an adult and have a kid, any kid. To be truly insane is to choose to remain childless.
 
2011-04-22 08:49:45 AM
This is the one type of "OMG crazy" that women only inflict on other women.

Sometimes you gotta look on the bright side.
 
2011-04-22 08:55:53 AM
I know I'm not the only one who wants photos . . .

The Victim:
wkrn.images.worldnow.com

The Murderer:
stupidcelebrities.net
 
2011-04-22 08:57:48 AM

doubled99: Captain James T. Smirk 2011-04-22 02:59:35 AM

I have no idea how to adequately describe my reaction. This might be the most horrible thing I have read in months, and I just finished Atlas Shrugged.

Don't feel bad you couldn't understand it.
It's okay, stick to books with big pictures next time.


Came here to say this. But really, this is Fark. We all know Fark is left winged, socialist, full of ITGs and armchair experts, who basically either spout their own ignorant drivel or whatever the latest fad in college professors told them to think.
 
2011-04-22 09:00:41 AM
She has no idea how much kids cost these days. If she did I don't think she would have went to all that trouble.
 
2011-04-22 09:02:20 AM
Hey, technically, her uterus and ovaries were still in her body, subby.

Anyways, can we please find a way to blame men for this? This story might lead people to believe that women aren't perfect and better than men.
 
2011-04-22 09:18:23 AM

SpaceyCat: O.o

Yeah... how about no. She should not be near women or children. The men might want to consider not sticking their dick in this crazy either...


FTA: Winn said Coy approached her 13-year-old daughter in early April about taking part in such a plot. When the daughter balked, Coy passed it off as a joke, Winn said.

Soon after, Coy approached her 14-year-old son and asked if he would take part in a murder, Winn said. The son refused and Coy didn't bring it up again, the detective testified.


Jebus, she has kids of her own... but I guess they had some sense since they rejected her request for help.
 
2011-04-22 09:19:24 AM

PsyLord: SpaceyCat: O.o

Yeah... how about no. She should not be near women or children. The men might want to consider not sticking their dick in this crazy either...

FTA: Winn said Coy approached her 13-year-old daughter in early April about taking part in such a plot. When the daughter balked, Coy passed it off as a joke, Winn said.

Soon after, Coy approached her 14-year-old son and asked if he would take part in a murder, Winn said. The son refused and Coy didn't bring it up again, the detective testified.

Jebus, she has kids of her own... but I guess they had some sense since they rejected her request for help.


No, Coy approached Winn's kids.
I know, vague grammar in TFA...
 
2011-04-22 09:25:08 AM

omegazeto: PsyLord: SpaceyCat: O.o

Yeah... how about no. She should not be near women or children. The men might want to consider not sticking their dick in this crazy either...

FTA: Winn said Coy approached her 13-year-old daughter in early April about taking part in such a plot. When the daughter balked, Coy passed it off as a joke, Winn said.

Soon after, Coy approached her 14-year-old son and asked if he would take part in a murder, Winn said. The son refused and Coy didn't bring it up again, the detective testified.

Jebus, she has kids of her own... but I guess they had some sense since they rejected her request for help.

No, Coy approached Winn's kids.
I know, vague grammar in TFA...


Umm... I don't think you read it right. Besides, why would Coy approach Winn's kids? Chad Winn is the Kentucky State Police Detective making the statement to the press.
 
2011-04-22 09:26:33 AM
But really, this is Fark. We all know Fark is left winged, socialist, full of ITGs and armchair experts, who basically either spout their own ignorant drivel or whatever the latest fad in college professors told them to think.

You say that as if it's a bad thing...
 
2011-04-22 09:30:27 AM
KatjaMouse:
You're wrong JT92202. This has plenty to do with abortion in terms of public perception. When this baby was snatched from the mother's womb, the public reacts by calling it sick and twisted and everyone is terribly offended. but when the 800,000 babies aborted every year are snatched from their mothers' wombs, people say thats ok, its just a matter of choice. Either way, you have a a completely innocent baby being snatched from the sanctity of the womb and if you're offended once then you should be offended 800,000 times.

[blob of cells.jpg]
"I HAVE A SOUL! MAGIC IS REAL!"

My wife is pregnant right now... but even I understand that until the "baby" develops its own internal organs and nervous system and all that complex stuff that pro-lifers with a sixth-grade science education don't comprehend... IT'S A BLOB OF HUMAN TISSUE, not a "person".

And the only abortions that happen anywhere near term are therapeutic ones, where the mother is in danger or the baby is horribly deformed and would not live anyway. But of course since you hate women and their reproductive organs, you would want them to suffer, right?

/trolled?
 
2011-04-22 09:39:54 AM

PsyLord: omegazeto: PsyLord: SpaceyCat: O.o

Yeah... how about no. She should not be near women or children. The men might want to consider not sticking their dick in this crazy either...

FTA: Winn said Coy approached her 13-year-old daughter in early April about taking part in such a plot. When the daughter balked, Coy passed it off as a joke, Winn said.

Soon after, Coy approached her 14-year-old son and asked if he would take part in a murder, Winn said. The son refused and Coy didn't bring it up again, the detective testified.

Jebus, she has kids of her own... but I guess they had some sense since they rejected her request for help.

No, Coy approached Winn's kids.
I know, vague grammar in TFA...

Umm... I don't think you read it right. Besides, why would Coy approach Winn's kids? Chad Winn is the Kentucky State Police Detective making the statement to the press.


Holy shiat, double-cague grammar in that article... And I call myself a cunning linguist!
 
2011-04-22 09:40:32 AM
*vague

Time to put down the mountain dew and go to sleep!
 
2011-04-22 09:42:17 AM

No Such Agency: KatjaMouse:
You're wrong JT92202. This has plenty to do with abortion in terms of public perception. When this baby was snatched from the mother's womb, the public reacts by calling it sick and twisted and everyone is terribly offended. but when the 800,000 babies aborted every year are snatched from their mothers' wombs, people say thats ok, its just a matter of choice. Either way, you have a a completely innocent baby being snatched from the sanctity of the womb and if you're offended once then you should be offended 800,000 times.

[blob of cells.jpg]
"I HAVE A SOUL! MAGIC IS REAL!"

My wife is pregnant right now... but even I understand that until the "baby" develops its own internal organs and nervous system and all that complex stuff that pro-lifers with a sixth-grade science education don't comprehend... IT'S A BLOB OF HUMAN TISSUE, not a "person".

And the only abortions that happen anywhere near term are therapeutic ones, where the mother is in danger or the baby is horribly deformed and would not live anyway. But of course since you hate women and their reproductive organs, you would want them to suffer, right?

/trolled?


That was the comment, not my own. I Italed the upper portion because that was a quoted comment within the comment and then I bolded the WTF statement of the comment. You'll see me popping up once in a while in abortion threads defending Planned Parenthood or linking to "The only Moral Abortion is MY Abortion" sites.

So, I chalk it up to poor use of HTML skills. Wasn't trying to troll.

As for late term abortions my old OB/GYN took in death threats on a daily basis because he openly testified to congress about his use of partial birth abortion and late term terminations. If I were a prolifer I doubt I would've been going to that guy for my annual pap smear. However in his testimony he said since he was one of the very few doctors who performed the procedure in the region he would get lots of referred patients from other practices. A bulk of them were women who were having such severe complications that there was no feasible way that mom could carry to term without dying. Other times with late sonograms and monitoring a deformity and abnormal development might finally be detected that would lead to a rather heart breaking choice.

So rather than being some baby killing monster that the pro-lifers would like to paint him the guy was exercising his judgment as a HEALTH professional and did what he believed was the best course of action for his patients and referrals.
 
2011-04-22 09:47:08 AM
Coy drove to the home of a friend and said she had given birth to the baby, Winn said. The friend told troopers that Coy was in a car, wearing no pants and sitting on the placenta while holding the baby, who had grass on him, Winn said.

Nothing wrong with her mental state. Death penalty.
 
2011-04-22 10:05:21 AM

omegazeto: PsyLord: omegazeto: PsyLord: SpaceyCat: O.o

Yeah... how about no. She should not be near women or children. The men might want to consider not sticking their dick in this crazy either...

FTA: Winn said Coy approached her 13-year-old daughter in early April about taking part in such a plot. When the daughter balked, Coy passed it off as a joke, Winn said.

Soon after, Coy approached her 14-year-old son and asked if he would take part in a murder, Winn said. The son refused and Coy didn't bring it up again, the detective testified.

Jebus, she has kids of her own... but I guess they had some sense since they rejected her request for help.

No, Coy approached Winn's kids.
I know, vague grammar in TFA...

Umm... I don't think you read it right. Besides, why would Coy approach Winn's kids? Chad Winn is the Kentucky State Police Detective making the statement to the press.

Holy shiat, double-cague grammar in that article... And I call myself a cunning linguist!


The local fish wrap is a little more clear:

"Coy told detectives that she had suffered a miscarriage a few months ago but withheld that information from her family while pretending to still be pregnant, Winn said.

In recent weeks, Coy disclosed the miscarriage to her daughter and asked for the 13-year-old girl's help in kidnapping a baby, Winn said in court. Coy also asked her 14-year-old son if he would help her commit a murder. Both children refused."

BG Daily News (new window)
 
2011-04-22 10:09:40 AM

Lance Russell's Nose: In recent weeks, Coy disclosed the miscarriage to her daughter and asked for the 13-year-old girl's help in kidnapping a baby, Winn said in court. Coy also asked her 14-year-old son if he would help her commit a murder. Both children refused."


Imagine being a young teen and your mom asks you this. After the initial WTF wears off do you shoulder that guilt? Do you think she just had a crazy thought and didn't self center? Or had her crazy kowed these kids enough over the years that they were afraid to call a relative for help?
 
2011-04-22 10:12:51 AM
KatjaMouse:
So, I chalk it up to poor use of HTML skills. Wasn't trying to troll.

Oh good... It seemed off somehow but I can never remember who is who on this site... and I don't think I read your comment very carefully either. me=FAIL

Your OB is a brave man. He's probably on some genuine psychos' (the ones who don't bother to send threats first) death lists for standing up to tell the truth. Funny how these angry letter-writing rednecks don't all get busted by Homeland Security the way someone would if they sent out letters saying "You will die! Allah is great!" huh? Nice double standard.

PS: IMO it's best not to even use the term "partial birth abortion", that is a pure anti-choicer buzzword designed to reinforce their hateful idiot belief that the doc and mother are gleefully hacking up a healthy viable baby, to be cooked and devoured later at a taxpayer-funded gay witch orgy.
 
2011-04-22 10:14:16 AM

Texas Gabe: Has anyone noticed from the sidebars that Justin Beiber was murdered?


Yes, because I submitted the damn story yesterday with that headline.

/And, because I'm a liter, I couldn't see that I probably wasn't the only one to make that connection
//it's a conspiracy
 
2011-04-22 10:21:03 AM

No Such Agency: Your OB is a brave man. He's probably on some genuine psychos' (the ones who don't bother to send threats first) death lists for standing up to tell the truth. Funny how these angry letter-writing rednecks don't all get busted by Homeland Security the way someone would if they sent out letters saying "You will die! Allah is great!" huh? Nice double standard.


Well, lucky for him he retired this past year. My best friend's mother had been his Nurse Practitioner since the 70s so this is how I knew that their practice had been under a lot of external threat over the years but yeah, they would even open up their practice for abortions on weekends and all the crazies would come out in droves every Saturday to protest. During and after the hearings he participated in the local police had to escort him and the staff in and out of the facility.
 
2011-04-22 10:34:12 AM
Christ on a mother F'ing cracker that is just, so, horribly wrong.
I hope the kid never finds out what happened, can you imagine, grow up in an adopted family, then finally find out about your mother like that.
Christ
Especially if the crazy lady is still alive then.
I could see the police officer when shown the slain body, just pulls out his gun and puts one in the back of her head.
so wrong
 
2011-04-22 10:48:56 AM
...and once again, life imitates Law & Order... :S
 
2011-04-22 10:51:55 AM

d3bug: ...and once again, life imitates Law & Order... :S


Ehhhh... not when there are enough of these cases in real life.
 
2011-04-22 11:00:59 AM

KatjaMouse: d3bug: ...and once again, life imitates Law & Order... :S

Ehhhh... not when there are enough of these cases in real life.


unfortunately... you are right

/it was tongue-in-cheek humor
//life imitates art reversed :)
 
2011-04-22 11:09:33 AM
Does not matter the defense of this loon. She will either spend the rest of her life in a mental hospital or in prison. If it is proven that she is mentally unfit for trial she will be sentenced to life in a mental hospital and if at some point she is determined to be sane then she would be transferred to prison for the remaining of her sentence.
People who commit murder and plead insane are sentenced to what ever term in a mental hospital and if at some point they are deemed sane then they finish the sentence out in jail and are not left go because they are now sane.
Any way you look at it she is not getting out into public access at any point the rest of her life.
And damn it to hell we have to foot the bill for her meals and housing till she dies. May that be really soon.
 
2011-04-22 11:20:47 AM

zz9: This person should fry. "insane" or not.


This. Insanity should not be a defense. If you're so insane that this sounds like a good idea, you should have your life card pulled.
 
2011-04-22 11:23:31 AM

LeglessDog: I know I'm not the only one who wants photos . . .

The Victim:


The Murderer:


Is it wrong that I, now, feel even more goddammitsomuch after seeing how beautiful the victim was?

/shudder
 
2011-04-22 11:25:04 AM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: Texas Gabe: Has anyone noticed from the sidebars that Justin Beiber was murdered?



http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-504083_162-10007501.html?tag=galleryscroller

That ain't even funny ... "Cops: 15-year-old was lured to home, murdered, body disposed of in paint cans" .... I hate gallery stories.

"Authorities said the 16-year-old, who is not being identified because of his age, told investigators the group plotted the slaying because Bargo hated Seath. Authorities say Jackson was lured to the house by a text message. According to deputies, Jackson was hit in the head with a wooden object by Ely and Bargo, then shot multiple times by Bargo."

This is Bargo



They all got ratted out by a kid who was there who, instead of stopping it, went home to tell his parents. It's nice that he told his parents. It's not so nice that he didn't stop it. I guess the snitch was afraid of being icy hot stunted in the ass if as well if he intervened.


It's reasonable to guess that, had he tried to stop it, the remains of two boys would have been discovered in paint cans, or not found at all for a while.
 
2011-04-22 11:29:24 AM

FaceRape: Has anyone ever got away with this?


Probably. Back when more babies were born at home rather than hospitals. Scary thought, right?
 
2011-04-22 11:38:58 AM
Captain James T. Smirk
I have no idea how to adequately describe my reaction. This might be the most horrible thing I have read in months, and I just finished Atlas Shrugged

Ah man I tried, really tried to finish that book but I found it dry and boring. The jacket made it sound like it would be amazing. I couldn't find any amazing in all of the looooooong drawn out personal portrayals and overly detailed descriptions of 'everything trains' zzzzzzzzzzz.

But novels are like food, not everyone likes the same 'flavors' so for me the book was like beets.....

Regarding TFA - Off the biatch, grind her up and pitch her body bits to the vultures, coyotes and bugs.
 
2011-04-22 11:43:29 AM

Something over there: I hope the kid never finds out what happened, can you imagine, grow up in an adopted family, then finally find out about your mother like that.


It probably won't be an adopted family; it seems like the father is at least involved. The mother and father didn't share the same last name, so they may or may not have been married, but there's no real reason to think the guy won't take care of his kid.
 
2011-04-22 11:51:22 AM

Captain James T. Smirk: I have no idea how to adequately describe my reaction. This might be the most horrible thing I have read in months, and I just finished Atlas Shrugged.


Read "1984", you'll feel better.
 
2011-04-22 12:51:32 PM

Nidiot: justoneznot: I think we need to change the relevancy in cases like this of whether or not these people are mentally stable or sane. Maybe it is generally irrelevant but I always read about defense attorneys trying to argue it. It shouldn't matter at all. If you kill someone and rip out their insides you need to either be put to death or locked up for the rest of your life. How does ones mental stability take away from the severity of their crime? What are you going to do, rehabilitate her in a mental hospital? She's not worth the trouble.

This.

Obviously she is not sane, and as far as I can tell all that means is that she should never be allowed loose on a civil society ever again.

The way insanity seems to get used is to make it an excuse for bad behaviour. Rather the real issue is that the farking insane person will never be safe to society and therefore we need to remove them permanently in order to safeguard those who are not insane. Not pat them on the head and say "nevermind it wasn't your fault, you were insane when you murdered that person". The murdered person isn't any less dead just because the murderer was insane.


This.

Mental health is not an excuse, it might be a reason or a factor (possibly one of many), but it's not an excuse.

This was pre-meditated murder. Execution is warranted. Period.
 
2011-04-22 12:55:26 PM

KatjaMouse: You're wrong JT92202. This has plenty to do with abortion in terms of public perception. When this baby was snatched from the mother's womb, the public reacts by calling it sick and twisted and everyone is terribly offended. but when the 800,000 babies aborted every year are snatched from their mothers' wombs, people say thats ok, its just a matter of choice. Either way, you have a a completely innocent baby being snatched from the sanctity of the womb and if you're offended once then you should be offended 800,000 times.



Uh, no. You're wrong, and you're completely mischaracterizing people's reaction in order to make your point sound reasonable. A large part of the disgust we feel at this story has to do with a pregnant woman who wanted to become a mother being horrendously and brutally butchered, not just because someone took her baby out of her.

To reiterate:
Mother herself chooses to abort a fetus safely: Ok.
Someone else murders the mother and chops baby out of her: Not ok.

I mean, are you really equating these two situations?
 
2011-04-22 12:56:52 PM

Kittypie070: Everyone in the Comments section of that news article should be slow-roasted to death.


Ugh. I should've just taken your word for it.
 
2011-04-22 12:58:56 PM

KatjaMouse: That was the comment, not my own.


Doh! Just saw that, I thought it was your response. My bad.
 
zz9
2011-04-22 01:15:40 PM

Prof. Frink: zz9: This person should fry. "insane" or not.

And leave the infant without a mother? You heartless bastard! Won't someone think of the children???


Okay, I laughed. I'm a bad person.
 
2011-04-22 01:24:38 PM
Roland Deschain, paging Roland Deschain to Bowling Green, Kentucky...

He deals in lead, if it please ya.
 
2011-04-22 01:32:01 PM

sleeper2995: She has no idea how much kids cost these days. If she did I don't think she would have went to all that trouble.


She has two grown kids. I read another article about her that said she has a husband too. How in the hell did she hide a fake pregnancy from her husband?
 
2011-04-22 01:54:06 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Anyways, can we please find a way to blame men for this? This story might lead people to believe that women aren't perfect and better than men.


That is one serious persecution complex you're nursing there, mister.
 
2011-04-22 02:53:09 PM
My question is, if this murderous POS already had two children, how does she NOT know that the ovaries and uterus don't come out with the baby?
Makes me wonder how she got her other kids.
 
2011-04-22 02:56:29 PM

Quantum Apostrophe: Hey, technically, her uterus and ovaries were still in her body, subby.

Anyways, can we please find a way to blame men for this? This story might lead people to believe that women aren't perfect and better than men.


Sure, darling.

If there were more ways for women to prove their worth as human beings than through childbearing and rearing (other than acting as servants or toadies to the system A La Hillary Clinton and other cronies in low and high positions alike), this woman might not have felt the need to brutally murder another woman to steal her baby.

Plus, if there were an extended community-type family structure in place instead of isolated suburban nuclear families that revolve around some douchebag male's ability to provide meaningless paper stamps that have come to be valued more than the care and preservation of our own planet AND resources, this woman might have had a meaningful role to play in the child's life (and the life of the community) whether or not she could have children herself, and thus might not have felt the need to usurp another woman's child.

Add to that the fact that many women have children for the following reasons:
1. They're desperately lonely and feel utterly meaningless in this world of isolated family units and thus feel the only way to have an effect on someone's life is by creating a someone who is utterly dependent on them.
2. They've had the misfortune of marrying a male, whose responsibility it is as deemed by the current world order is to pressure "his" woman into having YET ANOTHER farkING CHILD on this teeming planet.
3. To keep the money flow going: either through a man who approves of her because she's had his kids and will stick around to provide so he can feel like a "man" OR through child support, the gubment, biggest daddy.

Her actions are an extreme illustration of the motives that lie beneath the egotistically driven masses of women who decide to have children: I don't matter, I can't stand this, I must matter, I must get mine, I will have a child, I will finally matter, I will finally have meaning.

You can certainly blame women for not having the foresight to rise above such an obvious pattern of thought, but that would be fruitless because that is all they know.

Only when women take responsibility for their self worth will the system collapse and we start anew with a calmer philosophy. Even then, men will complain. But this time, it won't matter. It'll be like chihuahuas barking.
 
2011-04-22 03:28:51 PM

ExperianScaresCthulhu: Texas Gabe: Has anyone noticed from the sidebars that Justin Beiber was murdered?



http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-504083_162-10007501.html?tag=galleryscroller

That ain't even funny ... "Cops: 15-year-old was lured to home, murdered, body disposed of in paint cans" .... I hate gallery stories.

"Authorities said the 16-year-old, who is not being identified because of his age, told investigators the group plotted the slaying because Bargo hated Seath. Authorities say Jackson was lured to the house by a text message. According to deputies, Jackson was hit in the head with a wooden object by Ely and Bargo, then shot multiple times by Bargo."

This is Bargo



They all got ratted out by a kid who was there who, instead of stopping it, went home to tell his parents. It's nice that he told his parents. It's not so nice that he didn't stop it. I guess the snitch was afraid of being icy hot stunted in the ass if as well if he intervened.


I submitted that link a few days ago. Apparently the mods thought that the latest Americal Idol story was more relevant to the Fark audience.
 
2011-04-22 05:34:18 PM

TrixieDelite: My question is, if this murderous POS already had two children, how does she NOT know that the ovaries and uterus don't come out with the baby?
Makes me wonder how she got her other kids.


FTA: "The defense is concerned that there are significant mental health issues," Gibson said.

/How is babby formed?
 
2011-04-22 07:54:06 PM

TrixieDelite: My question is, if this murderous POS already had two children, how does she NOT know that the ovaries and uterus don't come out with the baby?
Makes me wonder how she got her other kids.


I have had a baby but I can't tell you what the placenta looks like. Do you? For all I know it looks just like an ovaries and uterus.
 
2011-04-22 11:36:53 PM

KatjaMouse: No Such Agency: KatjaMouse:

That was the comment, not my own. I Italed the upper portion because that was a quoted comment within the comment and then I bolded the WTF statement of the comment. You'll see me popping up once in a while in abortion threads defending Planned Parenthood or linking to "The only Moral Abortion is MY Abortion" sites.

So, I chalk it up to poor use of HTML skills. Wasn't trying to troll.

As for late term abortions my old OB/GYN took in death threats on a daily basis because he openly testified to congress about his use of partial birth abortion and late term terminations. If I were a prolifer I doubt I would've been going to that guy for my annual pap smear. However in his testimony he said since he was one of the very few doctors who performed the procedure in the region he would get lots of referred patients from other practices. A bulk of them were women who were having such severe complications that there was no feasible way that mom could carry to term without dying. Other times with late sonograms and monitoring a deformity and abnormal development might finally be detected that would lead to a rather heart breaking choice.

So rather than being some baby killing monster that the pro-lifers would like to paint him the guy was exercising his judgment as a HEALTH professional and did what he believed was the best course of action for his patients and referrals.


THIS.

There's a sweet kid who lives down the street from me. He's had over fifty major surgeries, was born without most of his internal organs, and at age six looks and acts like an underdeveloped two-year-hold. Also the youngest of six.

But ABORTION IS BAD, so the parents kept him, and are now relying on their church and anyone with money to pay the kid's medical bills.

Abortion would have let the kid die BEFORE he could feel pain and BEFORE the horrifying amount of surgeries. Sometimes, that's what it comes down to.
 
2011-04-22 11:49:33 PM

SundaesChild: TrixieDelite: My question is, if this murderous POS already had two children, how does she NOT know that the ovaries and uterus don't come out with the baby?
Makes me wonder how she got her other kids.

I have had a baby but I can't tell you what the placenta looks like. Do you? For all I know it looks just like an ovaries and uterus.


Uh-oh. CSB Time:
My dearest friend--who was a NICU charge nurse at the hospital where I delivered our children--was present for the birth of our first child. As our contemptuous L & D nurse was cleaning up the room after the delivery, I remarked to my friend that in all the excitement, I hadn't gotten to see the placenta. My friend grinned at me, turned to the L & D nurse and said, "The patient wants to see the placenta." The nurse turned and barked, "She WHAT?!" My friend said, "She wants. To see. The placenta." So that L & D nurse stuck her hand in that red bag of human waste and oozing sludge, fished around and pulled out my placenta. It looked like a huge liver. I thanked her and she bolted from the room. My friend just giggled and said, "That was good for her."
 
2011-04-23 01:07:36 AM

proteus_b: tutti: An insanity defense, even a successful one, is not a get out of jail free card. Someone who is determined insane in a court of law will usually face a longer time in a mental institution than they would in a prison, and they will often never see freedom again. A prison sentence will let you go you free after a determined time, while an insanity defense will not. If you do find that preferrable to a traditional sentence (e.g. if you're pacing a potential death penalty), you still need the defense to actually succeed, and if it doesn't, your case will have taken a hit that could possibly have been lessened with a more realistic defense. For these reasons, it's not common (or a good idea) to bring up mental issues as a defense unless there's a good indicator that mental issues are in fact present.

citation, please? or is this just some bullshiat you made up?


Ask Ezra Pound.
 
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