Chandra Justice
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Well geez

Richmond, KY

#1 Feb 9, 2011
Geez...I never really knew her personally, but I always thought she was much better than this...
http://www.wave3.com/story/14000883/mother-fo...
sad

Irvine, KY

#2 Feb 9, 2011
she and her family def. need our prayers. Drug addiction effects so many people. let's try not to judge but send good thoughts their way.
Marilyn T Drake

United States

#3 Feb 10, 2011
Thank u for being so kind. These
R good people and no one is immune
To bad things happening to them! I love
them so much and my heart breaks for
them all, including my Chandra.
sad wrote:
she and her family def. need our prayers. Drug addiction effects so many people. let's try not to judge but send good thoughts their way.
Sean Fiedler

United States

#4 Feb 10, 2011
Marilyn T Drake wrote:
Thank u for being so kind. These
R good people and no one is immune
To bad things happening to them! I love
them so much and my heart breaks for
them all, including my Chandra.
<quoted text>
IM her Boyfriend Sean And I just want to let you guys know that Im also here for her... she is a amazingly beautiful woman and this isnt the Chandra I knew and grown to love.. I know how she is and how big her heart really is and Im not giving up on her and will stand beside her through all this however long it takes//
Question

Lexington, KY

#5 Feb 10, 2011
Truly sickening she didn't care no more for her kid than that.It's truly sad that a kid who don't know no better would be put into a situation like that,could you imagine as a kid watching your mom shoot up in front of you and nearly die?Truly sad and wrong no matter how you look at it and I hope the kid is alright,it blows my mind at what people's said so far,Chandra,Chandra,the family etc.Think about her kid in the back seat witnessing what happened from beginning before the police was called and the end when they were,my heart goes out to the kid and I truly hope he is put into a loving home where he can be who he is and is truly loved and don't have to witness somebody shooting up in front of him especially his own mom who he unconditionally loves.You people can say it's the drugs all you want but I'm sure that before she decided to take her little boy to buy drugs and decided she couldn't wait until she wasn't around him to do them she knew it wasn't right.I really hope her kid is alright and is taken care of the way he should be from this moment forward.
tired

Lexington, KY

#6 Feb 11, 2011
Question wrote:
Truly sickening she didn't care no more for her kid than that.It's truly sad that a kid who don't know no better would be put into a situation like that,could you imagine as a kid watching your mom shoot up in front of you and nearly die?Truly sad and wrong no matter how you look at it and I hope the kid is alright,it blows my mind at what people's said so far,Chandra,Chandra,the family etc.Think about her kid in the back seat witnessing what happened from beginning before the police was called and the end when they were,my heart goes out to the kid and I truly hope he is put into a loving home where he can be who he is and is truly loved and don't have to witness somebody shooting up in front of him especially his own mom who he unconditionally loves.You people can say it's the drugs all you want but I'm sure that before she decided to take her little boy to buy drugs and decided she couldn't wait until she wasn't around him to do them she knew it wasn't right.I really hope her kid is alright and is taken care of the way he should be from this moment forward.
amen
disgusted

United States

#7 Feb 11, 2011
what's wrong irvine? If this happened to anyone else that was not from a prominent estill county family you would have already blown this thread up with all your judging. I love how this town judges the haves and have nots so differently....
good girl

Somerset, KY

#8 Feb 13, 2011
she was such a good girl in school, never dreamed this
dopey

Richmond, KY

#9 Feb 13, 2011
disgusted wrote:
what's wrong irvine? If this happened to anyone else that was not from a prominent estill county family you would have already blown this thread up with all your judging. I love how this town judges the haves and have nots so differently....
Prominent family? WTH... Her dad was a middle school principle. Since when does that make them prominent?
I wonder who will take care for Chandras poor baby boy. Maybe her sister could take him and raise him. Who is the daddy? What a mess.
Marilyn T Drake

Louisville, KY

#10 Feb 13, 2011
NONE OF THIS IS ANYONE'S BUSINESS!! TRUST ME, HER SON IS BEING WELL CARED FOR, SO BUTT OUT! THIS IS JUST LIKE IRVINE TO KICK PEOPLE WHEN THEY ARE DOWN. ONE REASON I GOT THE HECK OUT OF THERE!!
dopey

Richmond, KY

#11 Feb 13, 2011
Marilyn T Drake wrote:
NONE OF THIS IS ANYONE'S BUSINESS!! TRUST ME, HER SON IS BEING WELL CARED FOR, SO BUTT OUT! THIS IS JUST LIKE IRVINE TO KICK PEOPLE WHEN THEY ARE DOWN. ONE REASON I GOT THE HECK OUT OF THERE!!
Oh, I am sure he was being well taken care of when he was basically left alone in a car in Louisville. It is the business of tax payer because I am sure Chandra is raising him on welfare. If you don't want "kicked when you are down" don't shoot up and pass out from it in a car with you child also in the car. He would be better off taken away from the likes of her.
Concerned

Kittanning, PA

#12 Feb 13, 2011
This is so terrible. So this is Mr. Justice's daughter. Did he pass away? Didn't something tragic happen before with his family. Was it another daughter in a car accident? I have often wondered what happened to this family. I know she was raised right. She is an adult, and the choices were hers. How old is the child? Where is the child now? Where is she now? Breaks my heart! May God have Mercy on them all.
to dopey

United States

#13 Feb 13, 2011
middle school principal in irvine is pretty upstanding to me considering if it was a low income family they would have already been "kicked around" alot more on here.
tired

Lexington, KY

#14 Feb 14, 2011
dopey wrote:
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Prominent family? WTH... Her dad was a middle school principle. Since when does that make them prominent?
I wonder who will take care for Chandras poor baby boy. Maybe her sister could take him and raise him. Who is the daddy? What a mess.
if the justices aren't prominent in irvine, then who do you consider prominent there?
Go ahead

United States

#15 Feb 14, 2011
I don't cre who she is............DISGUSTING.

Since: Nov 10

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#16 Feb 14, 2011
I heard about this... what a terrible thing to happen to that poor child. I really hope that the kid isn't in her care anymore. It's a shame what so me people will do with or in front of their children, and others suffer because they're unable to have children of their own.
Marilyn T Drake

United States

#17 Feb 14, 2011
Such narrow minded , unforgiving, un
_Christian , and ignorant people.

I hope none of u ever find yourselves in a similar situation.

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#18 Feb 14, 2011
Marilyn T Drake wrote:
Such narrow minded , unforgiving, un
_Christian , and ignorant people.
I hope none of u ever find yourselves in a similar situation.
I do not see myself in any of the ways you described. I will never be in that situation because I put my children first in all aspects of my life... meaning I do not drink, smoke or do any kinds of drugs. I chose to set an example for them, one that I hope they follow. My hope is that she gets help, both for her child and herself.

Believe me, I know all about addiction. It's in my family, it hurts like no other. They make a choice to do these things, it's not something that anyone else can help. This family is in my prayers.
cuta brown

New Haven, KY

#19 Feb 14, 2011
Marilyn T Drake wrote:
Such narrow minded , unforgiving, un
_Christian , and ignorant people.
I hope none of u ever find yourselves in a similar situation.
you act like this is an accident, old girl's been getting high for like 10 years, they call them addicts because they can't stop, or don't want to stop, garbage, i say no excuses for this kind of act, and trust me i would hold my own family member accountable. also not possible for me to ever be in this situation, IT WAS HER OWN CHOICE.
so called prominence

Brooklyn, NY

#20 Feb 14, 2011
tired wrote:
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if the justices aren't prominent in irvine, then who do you consider prominent there?
A middle school teacher in Irvine does not a prominent family make. Who do I consider prominent? Nobody, people have convinced themselves as being prominent, and apparently other people just as you. These so-called "prominent" people love to be called prominent people. They look down upon and thumb their noses at others less fortunate. If that's what prominence is, then I guess we have a bunch of prominent people!

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