“Gun Death” Neglect

You totally need guns to kill!

Jurors have gone home for the weekend without deciding on the punishment for a Dallas woman convicted in the dehydration death of her 10-year-old stepson.

Tina Marie Alberson was convicted Friday afternoon of second-degree felony injury to a child in the July 2011 death of Jonathan James. The boy was denied water for days during record-high temperatures in North Texas.

Brutal, but not a “Gun Death”. We certainly need to be focusing on the guns, because guns cause death!

h/t Bob

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2 Responses to “Gun Death” Neglect

  1. Archer says:

    I’ve heard that death-by-dehydration is, shall we say, not the most pleasant way to go. It’s torture on its own, as the victim’s body ravages itself for usable moisture, and it takes days. That any mother – even a “wicked stepmother” – would do this to a kid boggles my mind.

    But no gun, so no big deal, right? The anti-gunners can sleep tonight believing that nobody was seriously harmed by this. Sick.

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