Charges Possible in Child's Hot Van D...

Charges Possible in Child's Hot Van Death

There are 45 comments on the MSNBC story from Jun 20, 2011, titled Charges Possible in Child's Hot Van Death. In it, MSNBC reports that:

Prosecutors in Prince William County, Va., are deciding whether to charge a woman whose son died after being left unattended in a van for several hours.

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#45 Sep 22, 2011
So what ever happened in this case?
Gainesville Mom

Gainesville, VA

#46 Sep 23, 2011
swagg wrote:
Wowwwww what a stupid mother to do that. I swear Gainesville is tpo full of snobby stuck up overweight slobs witth money(half of them post on here takikg up for the lady) they forget how to care for their child.! So so sad + that's horrible her child was basically murdered for her forgetting to check up on him for seven hours! Who forgets that they need to be attended to every thirty minutes or less!!
Swagg, this mom worked and lived in Bristow, not Gainesville. The child died while in her car parked in Bristow.
Tom

Sumerduck, VA

#47 Dec 28, 2011
My work requires critical focus. In a moment's notice I need to completely immerse myself in a problem that is unfolding and being described, and I need to rapidly understand the situation and pinpoint a solution. I have the intellect to solve major IT-related problems for my clients.

The compassionate doctor would do exactly the same where here children and patients are concerned.

I am telling you that a phone rang at my residence very early in the morning while bath water was running. A client had an emergency that took my mind completely away from that bath water.

I flooded the second floor of my home.

I no more wanted to flood my home than that doctor wanted to harm her child.

It can happen, folks.

You don't know what load her mind had that morning and into that day. You don't know if perhaps she has the beginnings of cognitive issues.

You don't know. Period.

Don't judge that woman harshly. She has paid the ultimate price of losing her child.
Will

Washington, DC

#48 Jan 8, 2012
Tom wrote:
My work requires critical focus. In a moment's notice I need to completely immerse myself in a problem that is unfolding and being described, and I need to rapidly understand the situation and pinpoint a solution. I have the intellect to solve major IT-related problems for my clients.

The compassionate doctor would do exactly the same where here children and patients are concerned.

I am telling you that a phone rang at my residence very early in the morning while bath water was running. A client had an emergency that took my mind completely away from that bath water.

I flooded the second floor of my home.

I no more wanted to flood my home than that doctor wanted to harm her child.

It can happen, folks.

You don't know what load her mind had that morning and into that day. You don't know if perhaps she has the beginnings of cognitive issues.

You don't know. Period.

Don't judge that woman harshly. She has paid the ultimate price of losing her child.
Once is an accident...twice is negligence.

If you can't work without flooding your house or harming your child, then maybe you need a new profession. Or, don't have children, if you see them as a distraction!
Maria

Lansing, MI

#49 Mar 1, 2012
hhmm, work or your child's life. Is there really any question on which should be the priority. Is this woman in jail yet?

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