who died in laurel co jail
nurse

Englewood, CO

#78 Mar 14, 2013
Im just making a point. I know nothing of this situation but in my experience its the alcoholic/drug addicted people that are so difficult to care for. They usually have other health problems then withdraws are horrible. They all complain of chest pain or a tooth ache or some other "car accident" related pain. Its hard to tell whats legit. btw, I have more compassion for people with substance abuse problems than most. Its affected my family also. Its a disease. Who in the world chooses to live that way. non violent drug offenders have no business in jail anyway. they need monitoring but not in a jail.
post gone

Somerset, KY

#81 Mar 14, 2013
Motherof5 wrote:
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I didn't read about it on TOPIX...I read about it in this article. I've been doing a lot of research online...but the article I was referring to is below. http://www.sentinel-echo.com/x905915305/The-w...
Someone keeps having all the true things that are said about what happened at the jail the day the girl died and what the child went through and everything else that is the truth that happens in that place of horror .
I hope this girls family has forensic test done and they probally will find mace on her body and other evidence to prove she was killed.
hybridlment

Louisville, KY

#84 Mar 14, 2013
Why do I find it odd that the death of my sister being run over by a pillhead is judged negatively, but an inmate in jail for at least 2 drug offenses is put on a pedestal? You want respect for "all life"? How about respect for people who were sober and simply walking when a drugged idiot in a car threw them in the air?
I understand all the little hearts are from family and friends who are immersed in defense and hell bent to blame someone else for their loss, but I really don't see what's nuts and mean about a post about another person's family member being killed violently.
Pretty disgusting to be coming from such righteous, caring people.
truth

Somerset, KY

#86 Mar 14, 2013
hybridlment wrote:
Why do I find it odd that the death of my sister being run over by a pillhead is judged negatively, but an inmate in jail for at least 2 drug offenses is put on a pedestal? You want respect for "all life"? How about respect for people who were sober and simply walking when a drugged idiot in a car threw them in the air?
I understand all the little hearts are from family and friends who are immersed in defense and hell bent to blame someone else for their loss, but I really don't see what's nuts and mean about a post about another person's family member being killed violently.
Pretty disgusting to be coming from such righteous, caring people.
because person is suppose to be held in jail until trial or bond is made not to be the judge , juror and executor them self
this beautiful young lady had her whole life ahead of her and never deserved the death sentence by the hands of a jailer or his sick employees . Fight for justice for your sister she deserves it same as this lady does . If the drug addict idiot got by with killing your sister it was probally because she was one of the big wheels in town relative .Non one deserves what torture that many witnessed
that day saw inside them jail walls .It is the house of horror and almost sure if every inmate was questioned without the guards by the side of them they all would tell the same story .
hybridlment

Louisville, KY

#87 Mar 14, 2013
He didn't get by with it, he was convicted of a crime and sentenced AFTER he killed her. I wish he would have been caught BEFORE he did, and been in any jail anywhere. That's what jails are for, to take dangerous people off the road and hold them so they don't kill themselves and others, and it's for sure if they don't get any help they will do one or the other eventually.

Honestly, I very much wish it had been the druggie who died and not my sober, innocent sister. He made a stupid choice and paid; we all paid for his choice, too.
grand mother

Winchester, KY

#88 Mar 14, 2013
ruth wrote:
i feel bad for the girls family, they lost a child but i must say if people would stay out of trouble they would stay out of jail. see, problem solved. and before anyone even says it, i know she was innocent, everybody in jail is, to hear people tell it
I might agree, if she was serving time......but, she had only been charged....SHE HAD NOT HAD HER DAY IN COURT !...I still believe that WE ARE INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY !......I don't KNOW that the girl was in trouble, only that she had been charged with it.

NO MATTER.....SHE WAS YOUNG, HEALTHY, AND IN THEIR CARE !.....I SURE HOPE TO HEAR MORE ABOUT THIS CASE.
grand mother

Winchester, KY

#89 Mar 14, 2013
hybridlment wrote:
Why do I find it odd that the death of my sister being run over by a pillhead is judged negatively, but an inmate in jail for at least 2 drug offenses is put on a pedestal? You want respect for "all life"? How about respect for people who were sober and simply walking when a drugged idiot in a car threw them in the air?
I understand all the little hearts are from family and friends who are immersed in defense and hell bent to blame someone else for their loss, but I really don't see what's nuts and mean about a post about another person's family member being killed violently.
Pretty disgusting to be coming from such righteous, caring people.
I AM sorry for your loss.....BUT YOU are acting as judge and jury for a young woman who is CHARGED, BUT HAD NOT BEEN CONVICTED !....WE HAVE NO IDEA IF SHE WAS A "pillhead" or not BECAUSE SHE DIED !...she didn't have a chance to defend herself !.....DO YOU GET IT NOW ?
sad but true

Lebanon, KY

#90 Mar 14, 2013
I hope people stop this nonsense talk on topix. The family is hurt. If you think the jail is in such horrible conditions talk to your government officials. I'm sure no one would want torture, bugs, or disease in the jail. I'm sure investigations are being done. If anything good can come out of this situation maybe it will be for young adults to stay away from alcohol and drugs. They can lead to horrible things as Cortney could testify too. Jail is not a pleasant place. If you do the crime you will eventually be caught. Maybe all high schoolers should take a tour of a jail to see how horrible it would be. Prayers for the family. Now lets all stop the bad talk and pray for those in jail , the friends and family of Cortney, and all involved . I'm sure the employees at the jail aren't happy about the loss of life.
HERE

Hazard, KY

#92 Mar 15, 2013
Stith Funeral Home, Danville,Ky.
HelpMe Gov

London, KY

#99 Mar 15, 2013
A woman is dead and all these morons can think about is getting their guy elected.
candy

Mooresville, NC

#102 Mar 15, 2013
HelpMe Gov wrote:
A woman is dead and all these morons can think about is getting their guy elected.
really,that is what you are getting from this?
bout the size of it

Flat Lick, KY

#104 Mar 16, 2013
candy wrote:
<quoted text>really,that is what you are getting from this?
yeap, pretty much
lucky

Danville, KY

#111 Mar 19, 2013
This family will get to the bottom of this and the truth will come out. They are smart people and they truly loved their daughter. Someone will pay for this! I hope the truth comes out soon!
Nurse to Nurse

Dyer, TN

#116 Mar 19, 2013
nurse wrote:
Im just making a point. I know nothing of this situation but in my experience its the alcoholic/drug addicted people that are so difficult to care for. They usually have other health problems then withdraws are horrible. They all complain of chest pain or a tooth ache or some other "car accident" related pain. Its hard to tell whats legit. btw, I have more compassion for people with substance abuse problems than most. Its affected my family also. Its a disease. Who in the world chooses to live that way. non violent drug offenders have no business in jail anyway. they need monitoring but not in a jail.
I agree with you, I've seen many patients coming off drugs. My main concern is when patients are detoxing from alcohol and xanax. Those are the 2 drugs that can kill you, when detoxing and if they're put in jail there's a very high risk they can die, due to having grand mal seizures. I think if an officer or anyone that's working in the jail has any information that if the inmate is detoxing from these 2 drugs should be taken to ER and kept there until they're out of danger, then return them back to the jail.
Motherof5

Danville, KY

#117 Mar 20, 2013
Nurse to Nurse wrote:
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I agree with you, I've seen many patients coming off drugs. My main concern is when patients are detoxing from alcohol and xanax. Those are the 2 drugs that can kill you, when detoxing and if they're put in jail there's a very high risk they can die, due to having grand mal seizures. I think if an officer or anyone that's working in the jail has any information that if the inmate is detoxing from these 2 drugs should be taken to ER and kept there until they're out of danger, then return them back to the jail.
That may be a good idea, but that is not what Cortney died from. She was not detoxing from drugs!!! The truth will come out soon!!! RIP Beautiful Cortney!
Thank God

London, KY

#118 Mar 20, 2013
Motherof5 wrote:
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That may be a good idea, but that is not what Cortney died from. She was not detoxing from drugs!!! The truth will come out soon!!! RIP Beautiful Cortney!
Cant wait until this happens , praise the Lord Thank you Jesus we wait for this day to come .RIP Cortney you have touched the hearts of so many people who dont even know you
Nurse to Nurse

Dyer, TN

#119 Mar 28, 2013
Motherof5 wrote:
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That may be a good idea, but that is not what Cortney died from. She was not detoxing from drugs!!! The truth will come out soon!!! RIP Beautiful Cortney!
I'm so sorry, I wasn't indicating it was due to drug usage. I was pointing out 1 of their " THE JAIL", many flaws. Have they ever released what happened to her. I hope they had their security cameras !!!! May She rest in peace, and JUSTICE be served to the proper authority, and any other person, "person's" that are responsible for her death.
To Danville

Liberty, KY

#120 Mar 28, 2013
YES, YES, Lots of people in Laurel County want to know what happened to her!
Motherof5

Danville, KY

#121 Mar 29, 2013
Today would have been Cortney's 29th birthday! So many people loved her and want answers!!
Justice

Harrison, AR

#122 Mar 29, 2013
Motherof5 wrote:
Today would have been Cortney's 29th birthday! So many people loved her and want answers!!
Yes Cortney has touched the heart of many of us who never even knew her,the bible
tells us to remember the ones who are bound and to feel their pain as if it was our own and Cortney stays on the minds of many of us everyday since this terrible thing happened and wait for answers & justice for Cortney .
Happy Birthday in Heaven Cortney

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