@ owlmaster2:If I were to ever abuse a baby, I would totally expect
to be judged harshly... by others and myself. I don't think there is ever
a valid excuse for such atrocities in our society. Ever.It's a
bit ironic that you now seem to be judging those who are simply expressing their
opinions. Didn't you say we shouldn't judge?Since you are
bringing up scriptural references, please remember that Christ himself said that
of anyone who abuses little children, it is better that a millstone be hung
about their necks and they be buried in the depths of the sea. He didn't
list any exceptions.
Glad to see all the mental illness experts are here to give us all the facts in
this case.Remember this posters..... As ye judge, ye shall be
judged.I certainly hope you folks are judged as harshly as you have
already judged the woman.
@ George...;it seems that almost inevitably, criminals will blame
their actions on someone else or even society in general... anything other than
taking personal responsibility. It seems to be a human nature thing. There are few things in life more sad than the abuse of little children. This
story, like other similar stories, really breaks my heart.
How can you take responsibility for the death of a 2-year old son that was a
homicide, when such a thing is so very reprehensible and is about as far from
being "responsible" as possible?
Will she take responsibility for herself or will she blame every thing on
someone else. I'll bet on the latter.