Grandma rages over suspect's testing

Grandma rages over suspect's testing

There are 13 comments on the Jacksonville.com story from Dec 19, 2007, titled Grandma rages over suspect's testing. In it, Jacksonville.com reports that:

Sue Rodriguez's simmering frustration and anger boiled over Wednesday after a judge ordered a psychological evaluation of the man charged with concealing the slaying of her 6-year-old grandson, Christopher ...

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Lynn

Carrollton, TX

#1 Mar 22, 2008
I agree with the grandmother, why would that judge order a evaluation for a person who took a child & threw him away. For the state not to have any more for a trail I feel is a big fat lie. this is a child who did nothing to anyone & some PIGS murdered & raped him & the state has no money to put them away that is a lot of BULL. I hope they get more then just jail time I hope someone does the same thing to them & worse. I wish they would find another judge that can do the right job get rid of these PIGS.
WE WANT JUSTICE FOR CHRISTOPHER.
Truthteller

Savannah, GA

#2 Mar 25, 2008
The Grandmother needs to be chargesd with child neglect or manslaughter for not watching that child and quit her whining!

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#3 Jul 11, 2009
Truthteller wrote:
The Grandmother needs to be chargesd with child neglect or manslaughter for not watching that child and quit her whining!
You are insane!!!!
The grandmother did nothing wrong here!!
You must be related to the Edenfields to make such a horrible comment.

I guess you think they should be found "NOT GUILTY"?
Truthteller

Savannah, GA

#4 Jul 13, 2009
I am me-deal with it wrote:
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You are insane!!!!
The grandmother did nothing wrong here!!
You must be related to the Edenfields to make such a horrible comment.
I guess you think they should be found "NOT GUILTY"?
No, she wasn't watching the child. He wasn't properly supervised and that allowed the animals to get him. If only Dad or Grandma had watched the boy..........he would be alive today. I'm certainly not any kin to the Edenfields, I just believe to place blame where it should be. The kid was in foster care for years. Where was loving dad and grandma then? See a problem, said the blind man?

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#5 Jul 17, 2009
Truthteller wrote:
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No, she wasn't watching the child. He wasn't properly supervised and that allowed the animals to get him. If only Dad or Grandma had watched the boy..........he would be alive today. I'm certainly not any kin to the Edenfields, I just believe to place blame where it should be. The kid was in foster care for years. Where was loving dad and grandma then? See a problem, said the blind man?
A child should be allowed to play on the playground!!! Had the law done their job and made sure the Edenfields were not living there then Christopher would still be here.
Truthteller

Savannah, GA

#6 Jul 18, 2009
I am me-deal with it wrote:
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A child should be allowed to play on the playground!!! Had the law done their job and made sure the Edenfields were not living there then Christopher would still be here.
It is not the "law's" responsibility to supervise everyones child. It is a parents job( when the parents are sorry, as in this case) then grandmother assumes responsibility to protect the child from the evils of the world. There are Edenfields everywhere........

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#7 Jul 19, 2009
Truthteller wrote:
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It is not the "law's" responsibility to supervise everyones child. It is a parents job( when the parents are sorry, as in this case) then grandmother assumes responsibility to protect the child from the evils of the world. There are Edenfields everywhere........
It's the law's job to enforce the laws that are in place to protect the kids from these perverts.
Truthteller

Savannah, GA

#8 Jul 20, 2009
I am me-deal with it wrote:
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It's the law's job to enforce the laws that are in place to protect the kids from these perverts.
Then we need a cop in every home. Parents have no responsibility then? Bullcrap. Listen carefully........the child was all alone, no one was watching him. Who's fault is that?

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#9 Jul 20, 2009
Truthteller wrote:
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Then we need a cop in every home. Parents have no responsibility then? Bullcrap. Listen carefully........the child was all alone, no one was watching him. Who's fault is that?
I am sure she blames herself. She doesn't need you to add to it.

What I am trying to say is that if the law had done their job and informed everyone what was living in their trailer park I am sure Sue would never had let him out of her sight. Blaming her is not doing anyone any good. The Edenfields are the ones to blame in this.

Leave this woman alone and let her grieve for her grandson.
Truthteller

Savannah, GA

#10 Jul 26, 2009
I am me-deal with it wrote:
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I am sure she blames herself. She doesn't need you to add to it.
What I am trying to say is that if the law had done their job and informed everyone what was living in their trailer park I am sure Sue would never had let him out of her sight. Blaming her is not doing anyone any good. The Edenfields are the ones to blame in this.
Leave this woman alone and let her grieve for her grandson.
From what I understand, she knew the Edenfields were child molesters. I have very little tolerance for parents who fail to protect their children and whine when they are killed. It was a trailer dump, of course weirdos and low lifes live there. Even more reason to watch the child more. She is to blame, get over it. Where was she while Christopher lived in Fostercare? She wasn't deemed fit to have custody......now we know why. If he had been left in fostercare where he needed to be, he would still be alive.
Warnin

Kinston, NC

#11 Jul 28, 2009
Place the blame where it should go. Grandma might be pathetic but she did not commit the crime. Lets fry the scum that did it and be done with it.

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#12 Jul 28, 2009
Warnin wrote:
Place the blame where it should go. Grandma might be pathetic but she did not commit the crime. Lets fry the scum that did it and be done with it.
Exactly!! This grandmother loved her grandson. Leave her in peace.
Truthteller

Savannah, GA

#13 Jul 30, 2009
I am me-deal with it wrote:
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Exactly!! This grandmother loved her grandson. Leave her in peace.
Yes, she loved him to death.

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