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    I saw this in the news this morning and have been checking in on it all day. I cannot believe they charged her with second degree manslaughter! I live 30 minutes away from Bartlesville and want to drive up there and put HER in a washing machine.


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    I hope she gets the death penalty.


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    The second degree manslaughter charge is interesting - I imagine it can be upgraded if interviews produce new evidence of the degree of culpability. Here's another Oklahoma infant drowning case from this year in which second degree manslaughter was also the charge, but the circumstances seem far different than the Bartlesville horror:

    http://www.tulsaworld.com/news/artic...7_ATulsa348775

    Same charge, completely different case. Bartlesville needs to re-think.


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    omg what is happening to this world?

    so, so sad

    RIP poor baby


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    I hope it hurts, a lot, while she's detoxing in jail.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberlyd125 View Post
    I guess she feels if it's ok to leave a stillborn baby in a Wal-Mart toilet in the Tulsa area it's ok to wash a 10 day old in the washing machine???

    This is not that far from where the 23 year old "lady" left her newborn in a toilet. No charges are expected in that case.

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    Well what the heck is in the water in OK! This is just crazy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuffy View Post
    Wow! Mom looks out of it.

    Never mind my last post...I see it's nothing in the water...it's in their veins...Meth
    Oh yeah...she looks wasted!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ada View Post
    I hope it hurts, a lot, while she's detoxing in jail.

    more than just physically, I hope she's got a soul in there somewhere under the drug abuse and when knowledge of what's she's done sets in, she spends the rest of her life in pain for it.


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    London tabloid has the story in its Sunday Mail online edition:
    Ten-day-old baby dies after going through entire spin cycle in washing machine

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz14caWmiHr


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    This link says that it wasn't a drug charge that she was arrested on per se, but rather a failure to appear to answer for a previous drug charge.

    http://www.kjrh.com/dpp/news/local_n...ashing-machine

    Not that it really makes much difference, because in my opinion, anyone with eyes can tell that she was still using. Not to point fingers, but if the father lived in the home, which it sounds like he did, how could he not know...call a family member or friend to sit with her while he was at work? Sad on all levels, both that there are drugs that can make a person do this, that others don't know the signs, and that there is now another child that died in a horrible way.

    RIP Maggie.
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by momtective View Post
    Well what the heck is in the water in OK! This is just crazy!
    Momtective, there are a lot of good people here...but the influx of drugs coming in from Mexico is devastating ...we are fighting, but it is crazy. I even have a concealed weapon permit and extensive training. Just nothing can prepare you for this.
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    Sadly, the drugs would not be coming if the market to sell them was not here...people have been able to get hold of illegal drugs for as long as they have existed...
    Just my opinion, of course.


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    poor baby Maggie - she didn't stand a chance


    Court records show the Bartlesville mother whose ten-day-old baby died in a washing machine tested positive for Meth, Amphetamines, Benzodiazepine and Opiates the day her baby died.
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    Coshatt told police she believed Fiddler had been on a three-day meth binge and thought she smelled meth cooking in the bathroom earlier the day Maggie died.


    http://www.fox23.com/news/local/stor...KA.cspx?rss=77
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    Sick sick sick!!!
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    Here's an update from a Tulsa Channel news, KOTV.

    Paying women not to get pregnant ?!?! Where do I sign up?



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