Baltimatt

Brutal attacks on children in Washington County

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All three of them are going to jail, and the 'boyfriend' will be in jail for murder. The mother and brother will get depraved indifference, is my guess.

 

I don't care what planet you're on, it's illegal to handcuff a child and leave the room. That's false imprisonment. He was then left defenseless for Wilson to demolish. That's depraved indifference.

 

For the mother, turning away EMTs while her son lay dying is depraved indifference, if not worse.

 

This is a sick, disgusting story.

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because it is a mistake that cannot be corrected.

Yet we make the fatal mistake of releasing dangerous criminals onto our streets to kill again all the time.

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Yet we make the fatal mistake of releasing dangerous criminals onto our streets to kill again all the time.

If "we" is liberal judges and those that vote for liberals than you're correct

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I think a 'mistake' in this case is virtually impossible.

I know what u mean and agree that he is prolly guilty,but the mother could be lying, the brother could be lying, there are too many variables when human beings are involved. There have even been cases where a confession was beaten out of a suspect, and the suspect was later proven innocent. Keep in mind that eyewitteness testimony is the most unreliable of all evidence. But that is a subject for a different thread and I know I am in the minority on that subject.

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Yet we make the fatal mistake of releasing dangerous criminals onto our streets to kill again all the time.

I rest my case. As long as mistakes are made, innocent people will be killed. I just don't want them killed with my tax dollars by a government that represents me.

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I know what u mean and agree that he is prolly guilty,but the mother could be lying, the brother could be lying, there are too many variables when human beings are involved. There have even been cases where a confession was beaten out of a suspect, and the suspect was later proven innocent. Keep in mind that eyewitteness testimony is the most unreliable of all evidence. But that is a subject for a different thread and I know I am in the minority on that subject.

Ahhh you mean lock them up and throw away the key....or snap crackle pop?  You are in a minority....along with me.

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I rest my case. As long as mistakes are made, innocent people will be killed. I just don't want them killed with my tax dollars by a government that represents me.

 

The countries that haven't outright banned the death penalty looks like a 'where's where' list of the worst places to vacation on the planet. We're in with bad, bad company.

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I know what u mean and agree that he is prolly guilty,but the mother could be lying, the brother could be lying, there are too many variables when human beings are involved. There have even been cases where a confession was beaten out of a suspect, and the suspect was later proven innocent. Keep in mind that eyewitteness testimony is the most unreliable of all evidence. But that is a subject for a different thread and I know I am in the minority on that subject.

Give them all the death penalty. Then the right one will be dead for sure.

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Give them all the death penalty. Then the right one will be dead for sure.

Sort of the "kill them all and let God sort them out" approach.

 

Ahhhh to big a stroke ....even for me.

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If "we" is liberal judges and those that vote for liberals than you're correct

I thought all judges were liberal. :D

 

Here is an idea.................

 

I suggest that all judges that let thugs go....even if just 'on bail' be required to bring that thug to his/her home and tend that thugs needs till trial date. No letting the thug wander around...getting into trouble ...AGAIN. His/her responsibility.

 

Or at the very least some sort of halfway house be put right next to where they live.

 

And said judge would have to turn in his CCW permit and no longer have access to police escort.

 

Then they can see how the remaining 98% of the populace lives. Yah know sort of like here in Woodlawn MD.

 

BTW I would suggest this program or something similar for all the 'Poor Freddie' types that feel his pain. :mad:

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Sort of the "kill them all and let God sort them out" approach.

 

Ahhhh to big a stroke ....even for me.

Every one of them is guilty in that crime. 

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I rest my case. As long as mistakes are made, innocent people will be killed. I just don't want them killed with my tax dollars by a government that represents me.

I am sure all of the families of the dead people appreciate your passion to keep criminals free.

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what is the brand?

Yes please. What brands? Wait a minute.. could one be a trans-brand?

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Weird how the claim of racial disparity in Death Sentences.. but the 1st guy to be exonerated here in MD by the Innonence Project was a falsely convicted white guy, Kurt Bloodsworth.. cue the 2 goofballs to comment that the project freed a ginger instead of a "brotha" 1st ... so must be racist

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Yes please. What brands? Wait a minute.. could one be a trans-brand?

 

It's a reference to a certain racist poster on your forum who made blanket stereotypical accusations against all white people.

 

When called out on his racist prejudice, he responsed with a phrase ("the brand") that includes all white people in general but excludes certain individuals.

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I am sure all of the families of the dead people appreciate your passion to keep criminals free.

So you think executing people by mistake is worth it to make sure the guilty is executed? I'll ask the same question to you that I ask all death penalty champions. If your mother/father/son or other loved one was facing the death penalty for a crime they didn't commit but got convicted due to a crappy defense or lying  wittiness, would you still support the death penalty? Think about it. What must it be like? To take that walk and get strapped down to be put to death knowing the whole time you are innocent? Is life without parole to lenient to save the innocents that are falsely accused?

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I am sure all of the families of the dead people appreciate your passion to keep criminals free.

Who said anything about setting criminals free?? Please don't misquote me. I support life without parole. That isn't being "free" as you say. And notice, that I am fighting to prevent an innocent person from being killed. You are fighting to risk the death of innocents to avenge someone that is already dead.

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Sort of the "kill them all and let God sort them out" approach.

 

Ahhhh to big a stroke ....even for me.

They are responding from an emotional standpoint. When one considers the damage that can be done to innocent victims, cooler heads will prevail.

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The boy died.

 

http://www.heraldmailmedia.com/news/breaking/hagerstown-boy-dies-from-injuries-in-birthday-cake-beating/article_2666d466-23fb-11e5-aa1d-f7872d52bdd3.html

 

A 9-year-old Hagerstown boy beaten unconscious last week for taking a piece of birthday cake has died, according to Hagerstown police.  Jack Kirby Garcia, who had been taken to Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., died Sunday, according to Capt. Paul Kifer. He said investigators would be meeting with the State's Attorney's Office this afternoon to discuss possible additional charges against Robert Leroy Wilson, the man charged with the Tuesday, June 30 beating of Garcia.

 

RIP, Jack.  :(

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I wonder if he would have survived had his mother not turned away the ambulance the first time.

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Now another Washington County child has been severely injured by an adult.

 

A Hancock man charged Friday with severely injuring a 6-year-old boy, including by kicks to the head with steel-toed work boots, was being held on $1 million bond, according to Washington County District Court records.
Aaron Jacob Vanmeter, 21, of Fleming Court, is charged with first-degree child abuse resulting in severe physical injury, as well as first-degree assault, second-degree child abuse and second-degree assault.
At 12:20 a.m. on Friday, Hancock police contacted the Washington County Sheriff's Office regarding a possible child abuse case, the statement of probable cause said. The child was initially taken to Meritus Medical Center east of Hagerstown, the document said.

 

 

The child is on "full life support."

 

http://www.heraldmailmedia.com/news/local/hancock-man-held-on-million-bond-in-child-abuse-case/article_84fc4b0c-23fe-11e5-98b0-a7918195be57.html

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So you think executing people by mistake is worth it to make sure the guilty is executed? I'll ask the same question to you that I ask all death penalty champions. If your mother/father/son or other loved one was facing the death penalty for a crime they didn't commit but got convicted due to a crappy defense or lying wittiness, would you still support the death penalty? Think about it. What must it be like? To take that walk and get strapped down to be put to death knowing the whole time you are innocent? Is life without parole to lenient to save the innocents that are falsely accused?

I'll ask the same question to you that I ask all death penalty opponents. If your mother/father/son or other loved one was killed by an individual who had been previously convicted of murder and subsequently released from jail, would you still oppose the death penalty? Think about it. What must it be like? To be sitting in your own home and be put to death knowing the whole time you are don't even know the perp much less having done anything to him? Is the death penalty too severe from people who commit murder over and over again?

 

How about people who molest and then murder children, some under the age of 5?

 

Fact is the number of innocent people put to death is infinitesimally small (Approx. 4%) compared to the number of guilty people executed.

 

They are responding from an emotional standpoint. When one considers the damage that can be done to innocent victims, cooler heads will prevail.

And you response above…“ If your mother/father/son or other loved one was facing the death penalty for a crime they didn't commit…” is not an appeal to people’s emotions?

 

What are we going to do here, discuss this thing on a rational level or an emotional level?

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Even worse is that the child has special needs.  

 

"Full life support" equals "delaying of death."

 

Aaron Vanmeter, scum thug extraordinaire, needs to spend an eternity in Hell.

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