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"Home Alone" tot almost chokes on his own vomit, mother charged

Post  Guest on Mon 13 Jun - 12:33

POLICE found a young boy almost choking on his vomit after being left alone at home by his mother who had gone out with her boyfriend.

The one-year-old was half-dressed in his pushchair, which was reclining backwards, said Lisa Hancox, prosecuting at Worcester Crown Court.

The boy had been sick, was visibly choking and had gone blue in the face. Officers had to clear his airways to save him. A three-year-old girl was also at the Stourport flat.

The 20-year-old mother, who cannot be named by order of the judge, pleaded guilty to causing neglect by abandoning the child.

She was given a 12-month community order and told to do 100 hours unpaid work. She will be supervised by the probation service for a year.

David Howarth, defending, said she had no previous convictions and there were no aggravating features. She had entered an early plea of guilty.

Judge John Cavell said it was a serious incident where the child was affected by inadequate care.

From http://www.kidderminstershuttle.co.uk/news/9078554.Young_boy_left_alone_at_home/

Note the last line. I don't see this silly, irresponsible young mum getting to visit the Pope and the White House or speak to MPs.

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Post  margaret on Mon 13 Jun - 12:48

Iris wrote:
Judge John Cavell said it was a serious incident where the child was affected by inadequate care.

See Mcs, it's never 'reasonable parenting' EVER.

Hope the evil cow has learnt her lesson. poor kids.

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Post  fred on Mon 13 Jun - 12:51

This is why that I can't understand why the Mccanns have so much support? Anything could have happened!

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Post  margaret on Mon 13 Jun - 12:56

fred wrote:This is why that I can't understand why the Mccanns have so much support? Anything could have happened!

You only have to look at any online comments sections to know the Mcs DON'T have support.

It's just propaganda, they HAVE to say it to stop people having a pop at them. They try to make us 'nutters' feel we're a minority but we aren't.

They're so dumb, they seriously think we're fooled.

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Post  victor mendez on Mon 13 Jun - 16:14

margaret wrote:
fred wrote:This is why that I can't understand why the Mccanns have so much support? Anything could have happened!

You only have to look at any online comments sections to know the Mcs DON'T have support.

It's just propaganda, they HAVE to say it to stop people having a pop at them. They try to make us 'nutters' feel we're a minority but we aren't.

They're so dumb, they seriously think we're fooled.

I've just been reading some comments on yahoo and we are extremely moderate on here in comparison. When comments are accepted from members of the public, they are becoming noticeably more anti.

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