Re: Chloroform in syringe
- From: Mick <mcl2@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2011 13:28:11 -0700 (PDT)
On Jun 21, 3:01 pm, Vandar <vanda...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jun 18, 3:37 pm, "Smokie Darling (Annie)" <Barnabus1...@xxxxxxxxx>
I just filled out the forms, and ordered it (to
see what was required), you are right. They
don't ask for any ID number to prove I'm a
doctor/hospital/medical facility. They want
my cc info (which they didn't get), but that's it.
If I can order it online, I can certainly buy it in a large city.
Good work! Thanks Smokie!
You know, I haven't even been watching the trial. It's
just too pathetic. Whatever happens to her, I couldn't
care less (at this point in time). She did what she did,
and she'll have to live with it (whether it be "Gone Baby,
Gone" or murder).-
Yeah, in a case like this, I think LWOP is better than the death
penalty. Give her some time to think about what she's done.
The problem with that is that she's a sociopath, so she has no feeling
of regret or remorse. The only thing she'll care about in prison is the
fact that *she* is in prison.
That's OK. As long as she's in for along time.
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