Archive for December, 2010

Baby Momma Just Can’t See…

Gregory WalkerIf you are 14 and get locked up for 16 years for charges such as kidnapping, arson, sodomy and rape just to name a few, out on parole and a $7,500 bond you probably are not too civilized and an infant had no business being under your supervision.

This is my opinion. I am¬†judgmental and I form conclusions from my own bias. I wouldn’t have let my buddies near this sick fuck. He now is being charged with aggravated battery on a 3-month old. Nice work tough guy.

Baby Momma says…

Kinsey Starling tells KMBC 9’s Peggy Breit that she doesn’t believe her boyfriend is responsible for injuring her infant son.

That is simple ignorance and because of that a child now has brain damage. Any parent knows that 3-month old babies can’t move enough to break both of their own legs and give themselves a blood clot.

A prime example why you should need a license to reproduce more than drive.

Be ready to hear the typical…”I didn’t do nothin'”

Should we even talk about the fact he is on parole, then out on $7,500 bond for the pending 3 charges of Identity Theft, criminal use of a credit card, theft and forgery when he committed this horrible offense against this infant? I never heard the news or Starling talk about him being innocent of these pending charges?

More from KMBC.

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Olathe Daycare Provider gets 41 Months in Toddler Death.

Jean LawrenceJeanette Lawrence ran a home daycare registered to operate and oversee the supervision of ¬†not more than six children. On the day of Ava’s death, there were eight more than allowed. A total of 14 children were in the home.

If you have ever been to a toddler or children’s birthday party, think about what it’s like to be around 14 kids at once. Please tell me how one person can deliver the kind of care it takes to supervise a child if there are 14?

Greed. The only logical reason someone would take on 14 kids at once. It’s not because it would be fun day in and day out. I am sure that Jeanette had her time of being a great child service provider. That has ended.

I am more familiar with the home she cared out of than most. It was a home I visited as a child and I can tell you that it is not a conducive floor plan to 14 kids. In fact the only floor plan I can think of as conducive would be a classroom.

Judge Franklin Davis did what any one of us would do in this case and sentenced Ms. Lawrence to the maximum sentence of 41-months. I know that the law limits these sentences and there is a reason. I will tell you that I am sure the entire Kansas City community feels for the Patricks. Hopefully this can be a story to learn from for other child providers and they will think twice before breaking the parameters of there registrations and licenses.

More on this story from the Star.


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