Here’s the headline: “Mother Murders Child”. But here’s what a so-called professional (Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr.) practicing “law” said after hearing the verdict in the case: “The poisoning and killing of an 8-year-old boy is a premeditated act of child abuse.”
Since when is murdering your child an “act of child abuse”?!
A woman, named Gigi Jordan, who appears to be worth approximately $40 million, was found guilty of killing her autistic son, Jude, in a New York City hotel room. He was 8 years old. It was around 8 years ago. Wanna know why she murdered him? She said it was “to keep him safe from her ex-husband who was planning to kill her and take her money, leaving Jude defenseless to more sexual torture“. She also said she tried to kill herself, too. Hmm…
…how does killing your child keep him “safe”?
Apparently the Manhattan Supreme Court Judge, Charles Solomon (who lacked the wisdom of his namesake), didn’t believe her story that her nearly mute, autistic child was repeatedly abused. He said, multiple times, that no credible evidence on the record substantiated those claims. So, what? If there had been credible evidence, would it have justified murder?!
Here’s why our justice system is broken. It’s run by dysfunctional and unscrupulous “law experts” with very little regard for justice…
Even though Ms Jordan was charged with murder, a jury found her guilty of a lesser manslaughter charge. They decided she suffered from “extreme emotional disturbance”. After all, what other reason could justify a mother murdering her child? Right? It’s incredible that a person cannot be found guilty of murder who has admitted killing her child.
No excuses or reasons ever justify murdering another human being.
The judge marveled that this woman never said she was sorry. OK, she never showed remorse after murdering her own child. That should be enough to convict her of murder. But nope. In fact, for murdering her son she received an 18 year prison sentence…the time she’s already spent in jail gets to be counted toward that sentence. So, the most time she’ll serve is about 10 more years. But she probably won’t even serve that. So…what’s the use of going through the motions of a trial, a verdict, and a sentencing?
Well…the lawyers and judges have lifestyles to maintain. There’s that.
And here’s another wacky thing Ms Jordan said: “I hoped that somehow I could get some kind of justice for him,” referring to her dead son. Again…
…how does killing your child get any kind of justice?
An assistant district attorney said the system failed Jude when psychologists in Wyoming released Ms Jordan and found she wasn’t a threat to herself and anyone else.
The system failed Jude?!
No. His mother failed him. Don’t you agree? What other conclusion could you reach when a mother murders her child and its called child abuse?
They broke the system a long time ago
When they said there’s really no way to know
Whether humans living inside a womb
Are persons who should be allowed to bloom.
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