To feel mortified that this was not picked up on... WARNING HORRIFIC PICTURES

(124 Posts)
diaimchlo Thu 23-Jan-14 14:20:28

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2085222/Kimberley-Hainey-House-horror-baby-son-died.html

Another poor defenseless child suffering at the hands of the one person they should be able to trust to safeguard their well-being.

R.I.P little angel.

Weelady77 Thu 23-Jan-14 14:28:02

Dia this happened a couple of years ago! Poor wee angelhmm

diaimchlo Thu 23-Jan-14 14:31:18

Yes I know but have just seen it appear in my news feed and it has touched me.

2tiredtocare Thu 23-Jan-14 14:40:10

Poor baby, best off out of it

DollyHouse Thu 23-Jan-14 15:00:26

She's been released too hasn't she? Horrible.

Weelady77 Thu 23-Jan-14 15:03:01

Dolly I think you could be right!

CoffeeTea103 Thu 23-Jan-14 15:06:51

Poor child. She's a disgusting human being for doing this.

Dawndonnaagain Thu 23-Jan-14 15:16:59

The date on that article is January 2012.
Poor child, but the woman was very obviously ill.

Ok, so this is weird. Two years old and the website doesn't look quite right - the photos look oddly fade hmm

Joules68 Thu 23-Jan-14 15:22:10

I remember this case

Why was she obviously 'ill'?

Electryone Thu 23-Jan-14 15:25:05

Dawndonna, why do you say she was "obviously ill". She may well have been but do you not think some people are just bad without bringing in illness as a reason?

Why was she "obviously ill"? If the father had done this would he have been "obviously ill"?

CoffeeTea103 Thu 23-Jan-14 15:26:37

Dawndonna some people are just evil without them being ill. No need to justify her disgusting actions.

Dawndonnaagain Thu 23-Jan-14 15:28:43

Yes, some people are evil without being ill.
1) Not trying to justify.
2) Look at the state of the place. Ill is the obvious conclusion.
3) Where you at the court?
4) Do you know of some evidence of evil?
5) Why are we discussing an article that is two years old?

Dawndonnaagain Thu 23-Jan-14 15:28:59

were

DustyBaubles Thu 23-Jan-14 15:29:25

I do agree with dawndonnaagain, people who are quite well, coping with life, tend not to end up in the situation that the woman and child in the article did.

I'm not sure why you'd be 'mortified' by it OP, unless it was your job to monitor the family.

Dawndonnaagain Thu 23-Jan-14 15:31:50
diaimchlo Thu 23-Jan-14 16:02:29

Dawndonnaagain We are disscussing a 2 year old article because my fried brain did not process the date on the article, for that I apologise.

Yes she was released in April 2013. She even had the charge of attempting to pervert the course of justice quashed as well. Whatever her health issues were she was still able to cover his death up for months to family etc....

Dustybaubles I would think any human being with a heart would be mortified that such a young life was lost in this manner.

TheBigJessie Thu 23-Jan-14 16:06:55

No, 'mortified' is a bit of a bad choice. I found it grating, too. Sorry.

diaimchlo Thu 23-Jan-14 16:13:08

OK wrong choice of word Horrified fits better

TheBigJessie Thu 23-Jan-14 16:17:12

much better. Language is weird, isn't it? An innocent mistake in wording can be really painful, and dig at emotions, even though it's just words on a screen.

SoleSource Thu 23-Jan-14 16:20:09

I do not know what actually happened but the Mother who lives in squalor that way was in my mind ill or and on drugs.

SoleSource Thu 23-Jan-14 16:21:19

It was once a nice home by the look of it.

She wasn't exactly "ill", but she was a drug addict. It was all over the papers here when it happened and was going to court. (in Glasgow)

Poor wee boy, drugs are not an excuse for that, she used his cot where his body lay as a bin. Plenty of people tried to help her according to gbe papers here.

Weelady77 Thu 23-Jan-14 16:55:23

It boils my blood when drugs is used as an excuse!! IMO they should all be sterillised!!

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