So . . . um . . . is there any way we can shake her to death in the same manner that her child died? We need to get this human out of the gene pool. For those of you that think Florida is like Miami Beach and Disney World, its not.
Everything north of Orlando might as well be called Louisiana. The place is rife with hayseeds and bumkins that are deep . . . deep south hillbillies. Clearly Alexandra Tobias fits this profile. While they are at it they should find her uncle dad and put him behind bars too.
A Jacksonville mother charged with shaking her baby to death has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
Alexandra V. Tobias, 22, was arrested after the January death of 3-month-old Dylan Lee Edmondson. She told investigators she became angry because the baby was crying while she was playing a computer game called FarmVille on the Facebook social-networking website.
Tobias entered her plea Wednesday before Circuit Judge Adrian G. Soud. A second-degree murder charge is punishable by up to life in prison.
Prosecutor Richard Mantei said Tobias’ sentence could be less because of state guidelines that call for 25 to 50 years. Soud offered no promises on what he’ll order during a sentencing hearing scheduled for December.
Outside the courtroom, Mantei said Tobias’ plea will help avoid the family reliving the tragedy during a jury trial.
Tobias told investigators that she shook the baby, smoked a cigarette to compose herself and then shook him again. She said the baby may have hit his head during the shaking.
You gotta love stories like these. San Francisco, the starting place for virtually every stupid idea that has helped to ruin California and the entire nation, is at it again. Giving away free weed for home runs isn’t surprising from this band of miscreants.
Someone needs to tell the people of San Francisco that its 2010, not 1968. For those of you that have never been there, there are actually still people that walk about town unshaven in their tie dye tee shirts and sporting the whole beatnik look so popular in the sixties.
With any luck a massive earthquake will break the whole region off into the ocean and take all the stoners and hippies with it. JD
Bay Area fans were already flying high Thursday after the Giants took a 1-0 World Series lead over the Texas Rangers. And a San Francisco marijuana dispensary plans to keep them that way.
For every home run the Giants hit during the World Series, ReLeaf Herbal Center is offering Giants fans present at the pot shop one free joint, TMZ reported.
The ReLeaf Herbal Center Medical Dispensary prides itself on providing the best “medical marijuana expertise, experience and a friendly, welcoming environment,” according to its website.
So, to further bolster team spirit, ReLeaf is also offering — at a discount — a special bright orange strain of marijuana and a THC-infused orange drink called “Giant Punch.”
The Giants were victorious over the Texas Rangers Wednesday night in Game 1 of the World Series. Third baseman Juan Uribe had the only homer for the Giants in the 11-7 win.
After accusing his girlfriend of cheating on him, a Nebraska man allegedly tied the woman to a couch in their apartment and waterboarded her, according to police.
Trevor Case, 22, has been charged with domestic assault, false imprisonment, and making terroristic threats in connection with the bizarre incident early Saturday morning at the Lincoln home he shared with the 22-year-old victim.
Police allege that Case stuffed “hospital socks” into Danielle Stallworth’s mouth and bound her wrists with belts and hair ties before placing a shirt over her head and dousing it with water, according to a Lincoln Police Department report. “He poured a pitcher of water on her head, and she started freaking out and thought she wasn’t able to breathe,” according to a court filing.
The waterboarding practice, of course, leaves victims with the sensation that they are drowning.
“As she was trying to get up, she clawed Case on his chest,” cops reported. When the couple’s young daughter awoke, “Case stated that he would help her get untied.” When questioned by police, Case admitted arguing with Stallworth, but denied tying her up. An officer noted observing “injuries on Stallworth’s wrist, arm and thighs.”
Case, pictured in the above mug shot, is being held on $150,000 bond at the Lancaster County jail.