This is so sad.

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  1. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Can you imagine the suffering? You know how it feels to get in your car/truck in the summer time. Left in the vehicle to die, thats a shame. I agree with your statement on what the punishment should be.
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    :mad:he should be bound, gaged and straped in a car with the windows up , untill dead
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    Or hung from the highest tree in Texas
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    Or if not, castrated. That eliminates that particular gene from the pool.
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    His mug shot does not look like he even cares.....
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    Pretty much the same thing happened in Atlanta yesterday, except someone walking by saw the kids and busted a window to get them out, and then called the police.

    There are some people who just don't deserve children!
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    In Indiana, they'll pay the piper. It probably won't matter, they will never see their kids again. Sterilization should be a mandatory condition of release.

    One point in our favor, the parents involved will never know a single day of peace. Once they reach an institution, the inmates will make them pay. The thugs with kids will be their worse nightmares.
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    Just heard on Fox: It was the babys grandfather who found the child in the car.
  11. 76Highboy

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    That is not stupidity, that is flat out neglect. He deserves the same.
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    we get a lot of asians doing this here , no idea on what the sun can do , but they left the window open , kids dead but its not their fault , even had one woman here try to sue the CASINO where she left the kid in the car in the car park for 2 hours ...

    casino car parks are where a lot of these incidents happen
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  14. cpttango30

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    I find it funny that some of you find this appalling yet getting an infant drunk is totally OK with you.
  15. 76Highboy

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    I don't think it is ok to get an infant drunk. I just don't think that calling the cops is justified. It seems like everytime we turn around the cops are called out for the leasat offensive thing. My story was that I let my daughter drink some beer but the when I was under the hood she drank what was left in the can. If I drink 3 beers a year, that is alot for me. So, would I deserve to have the cops called on me? Now if mommy looks like a meth addict, or my neighbor seems to do that sort of thing alot, that is another story.

    My grandfather let me drink beer when I was about 3, but he never locked me in the car until I died. He taught me how to be a good person and he was a good man. Should they call the cops on him?

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