“Family values” don’t stop at the Rio Grande?

Macon (Ga.) Telegraph
Perry, Ga. — A woman accused of strangling her newborn in a public restroom at Houston Medical Center in 2009 pleaded guilty Tuesday to voluntary manslaughter in Houston County Superior Court. — Maria Isabel Torres-Baez, 24, of Guatemala, was sentenced to seven years in a state Department of Corrections facility before she is expected to be deported on a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold. — She was given credit for time served, having been jailed in Houston County since the Oct. 1, 2009, incident. She was indicted in 2009 on charges of murder, felony murder and aggravated assault… Read More

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One Response to “Family values” don’t stop at the Rio Grande?

  1. Brother Jon says:

    UNANSWERED QUESTIONS:
    1. When white people with ID & medical insurance go to the emergency room, they get the red carpet treatment. That’s a private fully monitored bed where you can’t move without the nurse rushing in to help. If Maria Isabel was in a monitored bed, how did she end up in the public restroom without anybody knowing it or helping out? There’s a lot more to this case that was covered up by the police & DA to protect the Hospital and their white cronies at the country club from CRIMINAL NEGLEGENCE!
    The DA made a deal because they had no case but needed a conviction to shelter the hospital. The deal was a trick. Maria thought by pleading she would be deported.

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