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    Judge denies bond for 'dangerous' woman accused of having sex with girl

    Judge denies bond for 'dangerous' woman accused of having sex with girl



    By Anthony Colarossi, Orlando Sentinel 11:58 a.m. EST, February 17, 2012


    A judge today denied bond for a woman who told Orange County deputies she had sex with a 7-year-old girl to prove her love for her married boyfriend.
    Margaret Ann O'Neill of Kissimmee is "a danger to the community,'' said Judge Bob LeBlanc. She was returned to the Orange County Jail.
    O'Neill, 26, admitted to sheriff's investigators that she had sex with the child three times, a sheriff's report said.

    O'Neill told detectives that her lover, Christopher P. Smith, 32, promised to leave his wife for her, and "she was led to believe that by giving herself to Smith's sexual appetites proves her love for him," the report states.
    Smith was arrested Dec. 5 after another woman said he asked her to have sex with the child, now 8, according to the report.

    Also, O' Neill worked with children at a day care. She is also related to a recently retired member of the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
    Sheriff's Office sex-crimes detective Granger Prunier testified about O'Neill's alleged acts today.
    The child was made to perform sex acts on O'Neill. Smith allegedly told the child "she'd better do it right or he would spank her," the detective said.
    O'Neill also performed a sex act on the child, the detective said.
    An examination of the child later showed she suffered injuries.
    O'Neill was also identified by a butterfly tattoo, which Smith's wife had seen in a video.



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    Jeez-O.

    I like to think that one of my strong points is that I have the ability to empathise with people. Often I can read a story, and while I find someone's actions deplorable, I can look at their background and understand how they came to be where they are. It doesn't excuse what they did, doesn't make it OK, but I don't necessarily look at them and think "THEY'RE EVIL! HANG THEM!!".

    This, though...I can't get my head round it. I understand how victims of DV are so subjugated that they sometimes put their own children at risk. I understand that, I've seen it first hand and I can completely empathise with how terrified those women are. What I do not understand, and can't understand, is how you ever get to the point in your life where a man tells you that you must have sex with a 6 year old to prove you love him, and you agree. It. Does. Not. Compute. I just cannot believe that someone who does not already find the idea of paedophilia attractive would ever agree to this, moreso someone who works with children.
    "It is well known that a vital ingredient of success is not knowing that what you're attempting can't be done. A person ignorant of the possibility of failure can be a halfbrick in the path of the bicycle of history" - Terry Pratchett

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    May 2012:

    A woman who reportedly told Orange County deputies she had sex with a 7-year-old girl to prove her love for her married boyfriend was sentenced to 25 years in prison Thursday on molestation charges.

    Margaret Ann O'Neill, of Kissimmee, also will be labeled a sexual predator for the rest of her life.

    The 26-year-old also must testify against her boyfriend. If she fails to do so, O'Neill's sentence could be overturned and she could face life in prison, Circuit Judge Bob LeBlanc warned on Thursday.
    http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/...us-molestation

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    O'Neill's boyfriend, Christopher P. Smith, 32, was arrested first when another one of his mistresses turned him into police and told them that he had asked her to have sex with an 8-year-old, records state.
    http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/K...136148543.html

    At least *this* woman did the right thing!

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    Christopher Smith - sentenced July 2013 to life in prison for 4 counts of sexual battery on a child committed in 2008, and 2 committed in 2007.

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    Christopher P. Smith, DC number C08064

    http://www.dc.state.fl.us/AppCommon/
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    Margaret A Oneill
    DC number - X78951
    Date of birth - 09/04/1985
    Current release date - 10/26/2035

    http://www.dc.state.fl.us/AppCommon/

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    Are some women really this stupid?????


    RIP McStays

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    Poor baby . I hope she's getting wall to wall counseling.
    You have to be beyond stupid to think that this is ok and who would want to prove love to a man like that ? Only another person as perverse. Thank God they're gone for good.



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