Monday, February 13, 2006

Some *&$#@'s Deserve to Die - don't read if you are easily disgusted
This is all my opinion, and if you don't agree, that's fine. I understand, but I have to get this off my shoulders.

I am so sorry, because I don't normally post stuff like this, but after seeing this I am just sickened and crying. I can't believe there are people so evil in this world, yet every day I see more stories like this. How can such evil survive? And I am sick of defense lawyers who defend people like this. Yes, everyone deserves a fair trial, but it is a mockery to say she didn't know what she was doing. Not unless she was on drugs out of her mind.

This witch, and I mean the word, deserves the death penalty. I don't care if she is mentally unstable, I hope she gets it soon. She knew what she did. Just look at her picture. You can see it in her eyes.

Texas Mom Enters Plea in Baby's Death
Monday, February 13, 2006 4:58 PM EST
The Associated Press

McKINNEY, Texas (AP) — A woman accused of killing her 10-month-old daughter by cutting off the baby's arms with a kitchen knife pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity Monday at the start of her murder trial.

Dena Schlosser, 37, said nothing and stared straight ahead, sometimes gently rocking back and forth, as her attorney entered the plea.

Later, during opening statements, her attorney said Schlosser clearly did not know right from wrong during the November 2004 slaying of baby Margaret.

"This is somebody who at the time was not capable of knowing what she was doing was wrong," defense attorney William Schultz said. "She didn't see it coming. ... Normally Dena is a sweet woman. She cares, she has compassion."

Prosecutor Curtis Howard disagreed, saying that while Schlosser obviously had mental problems she did know right from wrong when she killed her daughter.

"At some point that morning, Dena Schlosser put Maggie Schlosser down on the bed and cut off her arms," he said.

Schlosser was arrested in 2004 after she told a 911 operator she had severed her baby's arms. Police found Schlosser in the living room, covered in blood, still holding a knife and listening to a church hymn.

Schlosser was diagnosed with manic depression after her arrest. In February 2005, a jury deliberated only a few minutes before deciding Schlosser was mentally incompetent to stand trial and she was committed to North Texas State Hospital in Vernon. But in May, a judge decided Schlosser was competent.

Her two surviving daughters, ages 6 and 9, are in their father's custody.

Schlosser had been accused of child neglect in the months before Margaret's death, but a state investigation found she did not pose a risk to the baby or her other two daughters.
Texas' troubled Child Protective Services came under intense scrutiny after a number of high-profile child abuse deaths, including the Schlosser case.

The Health and Human Services Commission, which oversees CPS, laid out more than 160 recommendations last year to overhaul the agency.
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I'm just a mom of two, a crafter of jewelry, and to keep my sanity among the Yankees (kidding)I write southern-themed poetry, short stories and memoirs. I have been published on the web on sites such as USA Deep South, Southern Humorists, Muscadine Lines - A Southern Journal, Mosaic Minds and Long Story Short. I am also a contributor in Dew on the Kudzu and Weight-Loss where I write dieting humor.

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