Doctor Explains Disorder After Abduct...

Doctor Explains Disorder After Abduction Charge Dropped

There are 32 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Feb 23, 2013, titled Doctor Explains Disorder After Abduction Charge Dropped. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

When news broke Monday that charges against James Key were dropped because prosecutors say the attempted abduction in Fashion Square Mall was caused by a seizure, NBC29's Facebook page erupted with commentary.

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Yura Butt

Chesapeake, OH

#23 Feb 27, 2013
OH Please wrote:
If a seizure caused this, could you please tell me what would this seizure have made him do to this child? I really do not believe this crap! He would not have worried about anymore seizures if it had been my child, they would have been escortting him off in a rescue squad! How does he drive and work with this so called medical problem?
Wouldn't this be a danger to society (motorists) or hospital patients while he is at work? Please answer those questions?
Go ask his Doctor.
Derps a Twerp

Chesapeake, OH

#24 Feb 27, 2013
Herp Derp wrote:
So let me get this straight. I can go and kill somebody and get off scott free if I claim I had a seizure? I mean, I totally wouldn't realize what I was doing, therefore I shouldn't have to face the consequences of my actions! Sorry, I've known plenty of people who have seizures and they do some odd things. But never had it ever resulted in anything as wildly inappropriate as trying to kidnap somebody. I wonder who he's payingunder the table to get him off the
What are you going to do about it? It's over. Quit stressing. If you want information, google seizures.
I would like to know

Charlottesville, VA

#25 Feb 27, 2013
This jerk does not work at the hospital he works in the academic side of UVA and is around kids all the time. Lets hope UVA keeps him away from the students here Maybe 29 should follow up on that!
Theo Wismen

South Saint Paul, MN

#26 Feb 27, 2013
Case in point !
WhAAAAT a bunch of landscapeing cover!

I got to remember this if I ever break the law,
"uh sorry, I was having a seizure, did not mean to
rob you"
Albemarle native

Charlottesville, VA

#27 Feb 27, 2013
It sounds like another defense used about twenty years went something like...

If he don't remember sh*t....
You must acquit.....
Herp Derp

Charlottesville, VA

#28 Feb 27, 2013
Rush Maddow wrote:
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No, you'll need years worth of evidence to back up that claim -but even so killing someone is a grave offense that I'm sure you 100% meant to do on purpose because you are the scum of the Earth, you scum of the Earth you.
Aw, did I get somebody's panties all up in a twist? Because, you know, that guy totally didn't 100% mean to kidnap that child.
fox mulder

Charlottesville, VA

#29 Feb 27, 2013
I have a friend who works at NGIC. I really shouldn't be posting this information since it is classified, but it seems James Key is a time traveler from the future. My inside source, who I will dub "Deep Space", says that NGIC has been studying Mr. Key and gathering information from him for many years. So, some of you are right about that "get out of jail free card" deal, in that Mr. Key is a very valuable asset as far as home security. "Deep Space" assures me that, from the Intel gathered from our traveler, our world will continue to prosper and grow both financially and spiritually. As bleak as your lives may currently, it looks as though better times are ahead.

Rocky Mount, VA

#30 Feb 27, 2013
Oh shut up! Listen Doc, you'd be diagnosing something different if it was your child abducted by this freak. Do society a favor: just off the weirdo!

Charlottesville, VA

#31 Feb 28, 2013
So if the bad behavior only last three minutes it's not criminal... you could put plenty of items the list for a three minute at a time crime spree...
Just The Facts

Charlottesville, VA

#32 Mar 1, 2013
Sarg wrote:
This doctor's description of the seizure disorder and the actual events that occurred don't coincide. And even if they did, this offender should have been institutionalized, not allowed to walk around freely and still (apparently) keep his job at UVA Hospital as (if I understand correctly) a "janitorial supervisor." Are patients there going to be at the mercy of his "harmless" seizures?
He doesnt work at the hospital he works for housing so he gets to be around little kids all summer long!!!!!
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#33 Mar 1, 2013
I'm looking for the siezure defence to become popular.

Saraland, AL

#34 Mar 1, 2013
sez you wrote:
I'm looking for the siezure defence to become popular.
I'm betting the seizure defense would be more effective unless you plan to plead your lack of education is the reason you did the crime

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