Oh? Here's my editorial: GOOD! Welcome to the hell that Men have been being dragged through for a long time, now. These bitches think that the games they play are fucking cute. They think it's funny to get innocent Men sent into the correctional system while they sit back and giggle.
This is the same outrageous discrimination in sentencing that Men have been experiencing. Therefore: let's start seeing MORE of this. In addition, she probably instigated the guy to abuse the kids, to begin with.
Tondalo Hall - MUGSHOTS.COM
- NEWS - OPINION - EDITORIAL: MOTHER SERVING 30 YEAR PRISON SENTENCE OVER CHID ABUSE — 10/04/2015
Mugshots.com Writing Staff. The case of Oklahoma City mother Tondalo Hall (pictured) highlights the relative injustice that can occur when there are disproportionate sentences for defendants connected to the same crime. In 2004, she took her 20-month old son to the hospital where doctors discovered he had broken ribs and a broken femur. They subsequently discovered that her 3-month old daughter had similar injuries.
She was not accused of inflicting the horrific abuse. Rather, her boyfriend was charged with child abuse and later pled guilty in connection with the case against him. Hall was charged with failing to prevent him from abusing her children. She didn’t enter into a plea deal and instead went to trial. Her defense strategy included her own abuse at the hands of her boyfriend and that she was terrified of him. She lost and was sentenced to 30 years in prison.
That seems a little excessive, but in light of the agonizing injuries to two children under two years of age, we wouldn’t characterize it as a miscarriage of justice. What is a miscarriage of justice is the two year prison sentence her boyfriend, the actual child abuser, received. He served his time and was released way back in 2006. On the other hand, Hall won’t be eligible for parole until 2030. Yes, she deserves to be punished for not doing more to protect her defenseless children, but the actual abuser undoubtedly deserves far more than the paltry two years he received for inflicting so much pain on those two little children. Cases like these contribute to the perception by some that the criminal justice system is plagued by randomness and inequity.