Father charged in baby murder

Jan 21, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Itawamba County Times

“There are no words to describe the emotions that we have felt this week”

By ADAM ARMOUR Staff Writer A Nettleton man has been arrested and charged in connection with the alleged murder of his 4-month-old child. via Itawamba County Times

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Lori

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Jan 29, 2008
 
I personally do not know this piece of crap but I think he deserves to die a cruel,horrible death! How could a daddy do something like this???????? My heart-felt prayers are with Beth(the mother) and her family.May God show no mercy for this disgusting creature!
no one

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Feb 11, 2008
 
God shows mercy for everyone, it's the court system you should say you hope to show no mercy. I have an aunt that lives in Nettleton, i think. LOL
Stride

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Feb 21, 2008
 

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Where was the Mother when this Daddy allegedly did this? God knows. Just seems suspicious to me that "The Mother" goes off and leaves 4 children while she shops with friends and comes home and she suddenly discovers this? Seems like she set the Daddy up to me. The court system can decide if he or the mother did this unspeakable act. She needs to be in jail to. Who ever did this will have a special place in Hell waiting for them.
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Feb 21, 2008
 
I guess you never heard of a father "babysitting" his children while the mother goes out? I hear of it all the time. Believe me, I'm not by any means taking up for the guy, but lots of mothers leave 4 children with the father while they shop.
Stride

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Oh yes, I have heard of a Father babysitting. What I am saying is medically "Shaken Baby Syndrome" takes up to 32 hours to show symptoms. Look it up. If we are talking a little while why the "mother" goes out and then she is so superior that she can discover in moments something that Medical Experts have to have diagnostic tests to rule out. All I am saying is --she seemed to "know" that something was going to be wrong when she returned. I am not taking up for him or her. I just think the circumstances also point to her for suspicion as well.
Sams Gal

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Strude, if you were a woman that had a baby, you
might know things about your child before any doc
had to tell you. Mothers know immediately and
instinctively when the least thing is different about their child. SG

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Mar 30, 2008
 
Sams Gal wrote:
Strude, if you were a woman that had a baby, you
might know things about your child before any doc
had to tell you. Mothers know immediately and
instinctively when the least thing is different about their child. SG
I am a woman, I do have a child. All I am saying is that even the most intuitive mother cannot pick up on the shaken baby syndrome immediately. Look it up. The symptoms to not appear in even a couple hours.
Sandra Senter

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Apr 14, 2008
 
Stride, If you were a good mother, you'd never
stand-up for child abuse! Sandy

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Apr 15, 2008
 
Sandra Senter wrote:
Stride, If you were a good mother, you'd never
stand-up for child abuse! Sandy
Now just where did I say I "stood up" for child abuse?
Jen Mat

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Apr 28, 2008
 
Stride wrote:
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Now just where did I say I "stood up" for child abuse?
I am long past my child-bearing years, but when my
children had the LEAST thing wrong with them; I
KNEW IT! It didn't take some medical degree for my
intuition to know when something was wrong with MY
babies. If you are an attentive parent, you'll
know foul play.

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May 9, 2008
 
Jen Mat wrote:
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I am long past my child-bearing years, but when my
children had the LEAST thing wrong with them; I
KNEW IT! It didn't take some medical degree for my
intuition to know when something was wrong with MY
babies. If you are an attentive parent, you'll
know foul play.
You still did not answer my question. I did not ask you about "your child bearing years" I asked you where I said I condoned or "stood up" for child abuse.
Ri chell

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May 19, 2008
 
Stride doesn't sound like she needs kids! A
good mother knows IMMEDIATELY when something is
wrong with their child. I can tell when my "Missie's" got ANYTHING out of the ordinary going
on. Call it intuition, call it being tenacious,
I call it being a good mom. Richell

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Ri chell wrote:
Stride doesn't sound like she needs kids! A
good mother knows IMMEDIATELY when something is
wrong with their child. I can tell when my "Missie's" got ANYTHING out of the ordinary going
on. Call it intuition, call it being tenacious,
I call it being a good mom. Richell
Again...You still did not answer my question. I did not ask you about "being tenacious" I asked you where I said I condoned or "stood up" for child abuse.
Christy

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Jun 20, 2008
 
Could someone please clarify where this incident happened. I live in Kosciusko, MS but am in Jacksonville, FL working.
Christy

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Jun 20, 2008
 
Nevermind, I found the article, and read it. Sounds like BS to me. Somebody cracked that babies ribs... I bet its the same person that shook the babies (one to death), and I am almost positive that it didn't happen while the mother was "shopping", looks to me like she was covering her abusive ass by setting the daddy up for murder.

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Sep 5, 2008
 
Christy wrote:
Nevermind, I found the article, and read it. Sounds like BS to me. Somebody cracked that babies ribs... I bet its the same person that shook the babies (one to death), and I am almost positive that it didn't happen while the mother was "shopping", looks to me like she was covering her abusive ass by setting the daddy up for murder.
I agree with you.
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Oct 1, 2008
 
Not sure where you are looking up information, but depending upon the severity of injury, symptoms can result quickly in various ways, such as vomiting, inability to focus, headache, syncope, etc. Sometimes the symptoms can take a few days to show up. But if ribs were broken, then it was probably a horrific trauma and would more than likely to have almost immediate symptoms.

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Oct 9, 2008
 
FYI wrote:
Not sure where you are looking up information, but depending upon the severity of injury, symptoms can result quickly in various ways, such as vomiting, inability to focus, headache, syncope, etc. Sometimes the symptoms can take a few days to show up. But if ribs were broken, then it was probably a horrific trauma and would more than likely to have almost immediate symptoms.
Exactly my point---the news article states she "had healing cracked ribs" Therefore her injuries did not happen while MOM was shopping and "rushes in & immediately picked up on something wrong" In My opinion ---She ALready Knew BEFORE she went shopping.
Carol

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Oct 27, 2008
 
I agree about the mother setting the father up. If she was so quick to see something was wrong when she returned, why didn't she notice the cracked ribs that were healing?

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Nov 1, 2008
 
Carol wrote:
I agree about the mother setting the father up. If she was so quick to see something was wrong when she returned, why didn't she notice the cracked ribs that were healing?
Thank you. That is what I have been trying to say all along. You summed it up very well.

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