Judge: Shaveta McGill isn't a suspect...

Judge: Shaveta McGill isn't a suspect in her child's beating death

There are 4 comments on the The Post and Courier story from Apr 30, 2008, titled Judge: Shaveta McGill isn't a suspect in her child's beating death. In it, The Post and Courier reports that:

“These charges are related to her having left the child at home, unattended, for hours and not having secured the home while the child was left ...”

Shaveta McGill isn't a suspect in her child's beating death, but she shouldn't have left her 7-year-old daughter alone in their house for several hours, 9th Circuit Solicitor Scarlett Wilson said today. via The Post and Courier

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Mad at the Judge

New York, NY

#1 May 20, 2008
If the mother isn't the guilty one, then tell me who is? I can't believe you people is so stupid!!!! Its right in the front of you and you can't or wont see it.
It wasn't the mother and her so call boyfriend.
Maybe and I mean a hard maybe, that she didn't realize how hard she hit that baby until it was to late. She decided to cover things up by going
out. Just watch she will live in hell for KILLING her daughter.
Tell me why would a REAL MOTHER leave a precious seven year old for hours. She must be on crack of crazy.
Judicial system

Raleigh, NC

#2 May 27, 2008
I am in firm belief now that the Judicial system is for the criminal, not the innocent. How can you say that she is not guilty of murder, she left this child alone!!!!I am a mother of two children 8 and 5, I would not DARE leave them alone for a second much less for hours. But that just goes to show where this world is headed. PRAY, PRAY, PRAY!
EARTH

United States

#3 May 30, 2008
I live in the community where this travesty happened. She is sorely missed. What i can't understand is with the severe beating this child took, there had to be some evidence left behind. I don't believe St Stephen police or the forensics team did thier job in this case. A precious soul has been taken from us. There are also other children in this community. Who is to say the person that did this is not out here watching and waiting. They all did a very poor and careless job. They gave the community no information whatso ever. Safe to say It didn't really matter to them, or the case would have been solved, and the person that did this made to pay. I am ashamed to call this my home town. The only quick response we get around here is for an officer to arrest these young boys and put them in jail. It takes the ambulance 20 minutes to get to people in need and it sits right in the middle of the town. Pure shame!!!!!!!!!!
ieasha

United States

#4 Feb 8, 2010
Tam'ya...your classmates miss you baby. Justice has not yet prevailed but I have faith in God that it will. Looking down on your tiny casket was one of the hardest things I ever had to do and I was only there to support my daughter who saw you everyday in school. About a year ago, we were scheduling her party and she said, "Mommy do you remember my friend Tam'ya? Well i wish she could come." It breaks my heart that this happened but even more so that there has been no REAL justice.

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