Does this Cum dumpster just look pissed off???!! Not sad, or ashamed, just angry!! Fuck you Slore!! Die, horribly!! You and your dick monster!!
I've had dealings with the state of Texas and their CPS division. Absolutely nothing about this story surprises me in the slightest, nothing. I've never encountered something that defied the most basic rules of logic and good sense more. It to this day remains the most mindblowing, mindboggling, nuttiest things i've ever experienced in my entire life(and i've been reading the posts from the many dipshit members here for quite some time now).What a shining moment for Texas and their CPS division... the concluded that a man imprisoned for four years committed the indecencies inflicted on this child amongst other glaring failures. Pygmies from the depths of the New Guinea jungle could have handled this case better...
Eh, sort of. After the initial steps to investigate a case or remove a child for safety concerns, their entire point is to reunite the child with the parents. That's the legal mandate they operate under.because the whole point of CPS is to protect children when their parents dont.
Politicians don't wanna touch that shit. Not to mention, society at large, even with stories like this popping up, don't realize just how backfuckingassward and absurd CPS is.This murder victim is going to be the next poster child for reforming the Texas CPS. One of their most epic fails.
She did not have the mental capacity to realize her life was in danger.She should have never been sent home after she made her statement.
That's not a mother that's an egg donor - I have one.Holy FUCK! My brain is on fire right now with some dark tortuous justice for that disgusting thing they call "mother"! I can't wrap my head around this one. Not that I want to, to be perfectly honest. Monster is a way more fitting name than mother!
CPS workers should be facing charges too!What a shining moment for Texas and their CPS division... the concluded that a man imprisoned for four years committed the indecencies inflicted on this child amongst other glaring failures. Pygmies from the depths of the New Guinea jungle could have handled this case better...
Court documents citing an autopsy stated the abuse resulted in her pregnancy, and she said running in physical education class was painful because she could feel the baby move.
That day, a law enforcement officer spoke with James Holland over the phone and directed him to leave the residence, but an affidavit showed Holland continued to have contact with Jeffcoat and her younger sister during that period.
http://www.bigcountryhomepage.com/news/main-news/family-members-speak-out-9-months-after-lubbock-girl-is-murdered/604736387...Ray said that regardless of the findings which come out of the Lubbock Sheriff's Department's investigation, she stands by her belief that her daughter, Holli's mom, was a good mother.
"She protected her kids against so much. She has been through so much," Ray explained."Through all of this she had three very good kids, very smart."
"She was a good mother. For people, if they want to doubt it, look at their school records. My grandson is 19, [and] is in the Marines. Check that out," Ray said.
Ray isn't sure exactly why, but Holli's mom stopped speaking with her after Holli's death.
Quite a timeline in this series of news reports.Holli's uncle, Ronny Lemmond, who runs the Justice for Holli Facebook page explained that in the months since her death, he's wondered a lot about what could help protect other victims of abuse.
"It's not just me wondering, people actually get on Justice for Holli and tell me their stories, so I know it happens," Lemmond said. One of his greatest concerns is that he's heard stories about many kids who didn't know where to ask for help.
Lemmond said the Justice for Holli Facebook page has been a reminder for him of just how many people are victims of abuse and violence. He hopes that Holli's story can inspire changes that will prevent other people from going through the same pain.
More information has been requested about the CPS cases related to Holli, most of those requests have been denied including information about Holli's case and the DFPS officials who worked on her case. We requested information about whether DFPS employees were disciplined or terminated as a result of Holli's case, those requests were denied.
CPS spokesman Paul Zimmerman explained that outside of the information they've already released about Holli's case, the department is not at liberty to release anything else. Zimmerman added that the department will be launching an Office of Child Safety Review on her case, which will look at the specifics of what happened in investigating Holli's case.
A media gag order was issued in May for Holli's case, then a supplemental gag order was issued including the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. Due to both gag orders, most people with connections to the case and some officials with no direct ties to the case declined to interview about the case.
A West Texas man was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to the 2016 capital murder of his pregnant stepdaughter, who had special needs.
(Lubbock County Sheriff's Office)
James Holland, 42, admitted Tuesday killing 18-year-old Holli Jeffcoat, who had the mental development of a 6- to 7-year-old, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journalreported. Jeffcoat was found at her home Feb. 10 with her throat slit and her uterus removed.