SALT LAKE COUNTY SHOOTING: Woman Hosp...

SALT LAKE COUNTY SHOOTING: Woman Hospitalized After Shooting in...

There are 23 comments on the Fox13Now story from Jan 29, 2010, titled SALT LAKE COUNTY SHOOTING: Woman Hospitalized After Shooting in.... In it, Fox13Now reports that:

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah - A woman was taken by ambulance to Intermountain Medical Center Friday afternoon after she was shot in the head in Salt Lake County.

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Shirley Miller

American Fork, UT

#1 Jan 29, 2010
I don't have a post on Twitter, however, I have a quote about the shooting our office is straight across the street from that head start where the lady was shot. There were ambulances, police, news, etc. 2 weeks ago a guy drove into the building that I work in, lots of police, ambulance and fire truck, but no news reporters. Does there have to be blood or death for a report?
Shirley Miller

American Fork, UT

#2 Jan 29, 2010
I don't have a post on Twitter, however, I have a quote about the shooting. Our office is straight across the street from that head start school where the lady was shot. There were ambulances, police, news, etc. 2 weeks ago a guy drove into our building that I work in, lots of police, ambulance and fire truck, but no news reporters. Does there have to be blood or death for a report?
Spankylulu

Ephraim, UT

#3 Jan 29, 2010
Shirley You have got to be kidding with that post. I think there is a BIG difference between a loss of a life and some person driving into your building. If it is reporters you want.... Next time it could be a gang banger in a high speed chase maybe you'll get lucky and he will hit your building, Hopefully no one gets hurt! I'd hate for the reporters to show up for no blood or death. By the way are you a hair dresser?( Inside joke)
ktmdsn

Salt Lake City, UT

#4 Jan 29, 2010
OMG this is my daughters preschool, and my heart goes out to the victim. I'm so worried about who it is, and I cant think of anyone there that even had a bad attitute. All the women that work there are so friendly and upbeat, and I am sick to my stomach about who this was. Even more important then that, I am so glad my daughter did not have school today, because no child should have to see that and at 3:30 all of the kids would have been there and probably outside in the playground. What the f was the shooter thinking. I hope she burns in hell!!!!!!
ktmdsn

Salt Lake City, UT

#5 Jan 29, 2010
Shirley Miller wrote:
I don't have a post on Twitter, however, I have a quote about the shooting our office is straight across the street from that head start where the lady was shot. There were ambulances, police, news, etc. 2 weeks ago a guy drove into the building that I work in, lots of police, ambulance and fire truck, but no news reporters. Does there have to be blood or death for a report?
You make me SICK!!!!!!! And yes there was reporters there. I was across the street picking up my daughter from school, and yes I did see reporters. And not only that, some crazy women just took the life of an inocent victim for reasons unknown, and all those kids that go to that school now have to hear about this, and the pain and loss that they will feel I'm sure is a lot more then your pain and loss you feel for not getting your 15 min of fame off someone elses tragedy.
tee

Salt Lake City, UT

#6 Jan 29, 2010
Shirley Miller wrote:
I don't have a post on Twitter, however, I have a quote about the shooting. Our office is straight across the street from that head start school where the lady was shot. There were ambulances, police, news, etc. 2 weeks ago a guy drove into our building that I work in, lots of police, ambulance and fire truck, but no news reporters. Does there have to be blood or death for a report?
shirley you're a dumb ass seriously, no one gives a crap about your office being smashed, no one was hurt!!!why would you care for a news report, not only that but this took place at a preschool and someone died,come on!!!
yeah1234

Salt Lake City, UT

#7 Jan 29, 2010
she was her ex-mother inlaw, she shot her because her son and the victim were in a custody battle.
lily

Salt Lake City, UT

#8 Jan 29, 2010
Yep thats true, she was her ex mother-inlaw. I cant believe she had the heart to leave her grandkids without a mother!!!
alisha

Sandy, UT

#9 Jan 29, 2010
Shirley Miller wrote:
I don't have a post on Twitter, however, I have a quote about the shooting our office is straight across the street from that head start where the lady was shot. There were ambulances, police, news, etc. 2 weeks ago a guy drove into the building that I work in, lots of police, ambulance and fire truck, but no news reporters. Does there have to be blood or death for a report?
I work right next store at the gas station and you have got to be the dumbist person out there...god forbid, what if that poor lady was your sister. then would you be worried about your 15 min of fame? i think not. you need to keep your mouth shut if you dont have anything right to say.you are nothing but a selfish person and its people like you who need to move far away and never voice your opinion.
Ashlei

Salt Lake City, UT

#10 Jan 30, 2010
I live right next door to the crazy lady who shot that poor lady!! I have talked to the 70 year old women and she seemed very nice and i would never think that she would do something like this wow i saw her at 1.30 pm and the shooting happened at 3.00 pm how crazy. My heart goes out to the Family of the victim no one deserves that!!! Do not trust any one....

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#11 Jan 30, 2010
ktmdsn wrote:
OMG this is my daughters preschool, and my heart goes out to the victim.
How do you know that she didn't earn it? Think about it for a second; how often do mother in laws shoot their son's ex-wives? Rare, right? Then there has to be more to this story.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#12 Jan 30, 2010
lily wrote:
Yep thats true, she was her ex mother-inlaw. I cant believe she had the heart to leave her grandkids without a mother!!!
Don't worry, dad will remarry soon enough, right after he cashes the life insurance checks and finds another mail order bride from Europe.
Kris Williamson

Las Vegas, NV

#13 Jan 30, 2010
My heart goes out to the children and family of the victim. May God be with them.
thisisridiculous

Salt Lake City, UT

#14 Jan 30, 2010
I hope there were eye-witnesses b/c this has the seeds of conspiracy on the part of the ex-husband and his 70 yr. old mom. Mom takes the blame and ex-hubby gets the kids but they planned it together. The authorities need to check into why the victim divorced him in the first place and as mentioned above check insurance policy's. So many innocent women and children killed by selfish, sick men.
MurderedMom

Herriman, UT

#15 Jan 30, 2010
I am confident that domestic violence was actually "at the heart" of the long legal battle if you wanted to do some more investigative journalism. I'm sure a judge, commissioner, a guardian ad litem, dcfs, and now UPD all thought dad was a nice enough guy along with his mom (gave her a CPW)...so nice that the murder victim wanted orders of protection. His mom didn't do anyone anyone any favors and had an unhealthy loathing for her because she got child support money to feed and provide clothing for their kids? Dig a little deeper please, and I'd love to see a report on who out of our systems screwed up so that these cracks in our system get some scrutiny. Enough people are murdered every year in this state that someone in the media needs to be clued in that systems are not handling these "custody battles" correctly or have a focus on safety. Tetyana is not too blame for what her X-inlaw did to her.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#16 Jan 30, 2010
MurderedMom wrote:
I'd love to see a report on who out of our systems screwed up so that these cracks in our system get some scrutiny. Enough people are murdered every year in this state that someone in the media needs to be clued in that systems are not handling these "custody battles" correctly or have a focus on safety.
What's your suggestion? That when women win custody of the children in a divorce, the ex-husband and his mom get put in prison just in case?
MurderedMom

Herriman, UT

#17 Jan 31, 2010
First, that instead of calling it a "custody battle" research why there were safety concerns and try and beleive people that are scared -versus blaming them. Second, instead of having commissioners et al work to dismiss protective orders because there is a divorce -leave them in place. Third, there was an additional report (or more) of threats or abuse that no one is talking about and I'm wondering why they weren't using child visitation and exchange centers to keep kids and mom safe (including victim and kids from inlaws). Grandma was obviously still upset that mom had any sort of equality. The shooter and her son had issues, so what's your suggestion -turn kids over to abusers without much oversight? Blame mom for getting murdered because she needed money to feed the kids? Are dad's just suppossed to be sperm donors or do they have a role in making sure the mother of their children is not blamed for these things that she and the kids need -not to get bad mouthed and to have a vendetta for it. And by the way, I think this grandma should go to prison for murdering her and so should her son if he put her up to it.
Sad4Sis

Moab, UT

#18 Jan 31, 2010
My sister in law unfortunately witnessed this murder from beginning to end. She was at that pre school on Friday for a class and she was parked in the same parking lot. My sister in law is sick to her stomache and is trying to figure out how to wipe that horror from her mind. I wonder if there is anyone out there who can help her with the trauma that she has endured.

“Uzi Does It”

Since: Nov 08

UZILAND

#19 Jan 31, 2010
Sad4Sis wrote:
My sister in law unfortunately witnessed this murder from beginning to end. She was at that pre school on Friday for a class and she was parked in the same parking lot. My sister in law is sick to her stomache and is trying to figure out how to wipe that horror from her mind. I wonder if there is anyone out there who can help her with the trauma that she has endured.
Uh, if she was there because she is a school teacher or other school employee, you'd think the medical plan would pay for counselors and other psychological medical professional help. If she had no insurance, she could try suing both the decedent's and the shooter's estates for the trauma their incident caused her.
Sad4Sis

Moab, UT

#20 Jan 31, 2010
She was there simply to take child development classes and had no other affiliation with the pre school.

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