Well, I guess the other message isn't coming through...
OK, I'm being vague about when I met Misty because it's not anything I can legally talk about in detail (not illegal or drug related or related to this case in any way). I can say that I met her in a personal setting out of uniform. This is when I had sympathy for her. She was still hard but friendly, sad, not anyone that I would think would cause any harm to another being.
When she showed up for the domestic disturbance call she was just all business, showed no emotion what so ever. I am disgusted! Whitmire we already know can't see past his rage, so we don't really expect anything from him. Misty however has a conscience and the ability to do good, but instead turned her head to Whitmire's wrong-doings. She knows right from wrong, and if there is ever a question about procedure they have a book for that and copy of state laws. I'm frustrated that she didn't do the right thing, she was the only one between us and Whitmire that could have stopped us from losing our daughter. I'm not very sympathetic towards her anymore, I'm sure you understand.
It's a cop-out (excuse the pun I couldn't help myself) to blame the higher authority for her own mistakes. Do I believe Whitmire influenced her?-yes but I was under the impression that after you hit a certain age you are in charge of yourself.
The whole story is posted under another topic if that's what you were wanting to know.
Read the story-then tell me how you would feel. A MONTH that crazy druggie had our daughter. Waiting every day for the call to tell us she was found dead somewhere. If you were in our shoes you would understand.
Keep on defending her, you know her better than any of us, but don't expect me to join you. She dug her own hole- she's a big girl- she can get herself out.
she showed up for a domestic disturbance call???? Where at?