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  2. It will rid the world of 2 fucking scumbags who don't deserve to live!
  3. CINCINNATI — A mother has been indicted on 27 felony counts, accused of giving her 11-year-old daughter to a Cincinnati drug dealer in exchange for heroin, authorities said Monday. The indictment alleges that April Corcoran, 30, of Pleasant Plain, Ohio, gave her daughter to her drug dealer, Shandell Willingham, 41, so he could have sex with her. Corcoran, who lives in this town of 150 people about 30 miles northeast of Cincinnati, also is accused of injecting her daughter with heroin. Corcoran could face the possibility of life in prison if convicted of all charges, which include human trafficking and endangering children, according to a news release. Willigham also was indicted on 26 felony counts, including rape, human trafficking and some for allegedly videotaping sex crimes against Corcoran's daughter. The crimes allegedly occurred between Feb. 15 and June 6 of last year, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said. The girl told her stepmother what had happened when she went to live with her father and stepmother at the end of the school year. The girl is now living with her father and stepmother full time, Deters said. He sent an assistant prosecutor to meet with the girl and she's doing as well as can be expected. "I don't know how you could ever get past this," Deters said. Shandell Willingham, 41, of Cincinnati (Photo: Dearborn County (Ind.) Sheriff's Department) This case highlights how the heroin epidemic has spread through the state, DeWine said. Heroin used to be a drug that affected only a select group of people, but now it's pervasive in the suburbs. And more people are turning to heroin since the federal government has cracked down on over prescribing of opiate pain killers, Deters said. But Ohio law makes it difficult to prosecute drug dealers for manslaughter when one of their buyers overdoses. "This is unlike any other epidemic we've ever seen," he said. "Heroin destroys families. Heroin causes people to care about nothing but feeding their habit." http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/03/23/daughter-for-heroin/70333926/
  4. http://crimeblog.dallasnews.com/2016/03/grand-prairie-woman-beat-4-year-old-daughter-because-she-drank-brothers-juice-police-say.html/
  5. Florida Man On Drugs Kills Imaginary Friend & Turns Himself In by PhilHaney on May. 12, 2015 Today in Florida we find out just why it is not a good idea to do “the” drugs. A man named good ole’ Geoff Gaylord in Jacksonville confessed to police that he had repeatedly stabbed a man with a kitchen knife, cut him up with a hatchet and buried him in his backyard. While that sounds horrible you will be thankful to know one small detail; the person Gaylord “killed” was named “Mr. Happy” and was his imaginary friend. This is one murder where cops will definitely have to sketch the victim in lieu of finding a body. Now before you start to judge, this might be understandable. A few times while watching Sesame Street as a kid it seemed to me like Big Bird wanted to cut the throat of imaginary friend Snuffleupagus and have a Hawaiian barbecue with his big, bloated carcass roasting over the fire pit. Snuffy doing the meat spin. However when Gaylord walked into the Sherrif’s office to confess his crimes, he had some very specific and sound reasons for killing “Mr. Happy” who it seems didn’t make him very happy. He told the police that Mr. Happy angered him after; “He left his empty vodka bottles all over the kitchen... never picked up his empty cocaine baggies...He messed up my apartment to the point where I just couldn't get it clean...Before Hap started doing drugs and acting weird he was my BFF...We'd go dancing, play on the children's park equipment, both huge fans of doom metal – listened to it for hours with the lights turned off." They sound like they were made for each other! Children’s park equipment and listening to doom metal with the lights off with your imaginary bro! Just a few messy cocaine baggies, why’d you have to murder him Gaylord? “That drunk driving incident I got unfairly blamed for and just how messy he had become put me over the edge and I murdered him." Gaylord was arrested after he threatened the cops for not immediately giving him the death penalty for killing “Mr. Happy.” Police later found drug paraphernalia and a machine gun at his house.. but still no Mr. Happy. It sounds like he would get all liquored up, black out and “Mr. Happy” would visit. It’s kind of like at the end of Fight Club when the main character discovers that Tyler Durden isn’t real. http://www.break.com/article/florida-man-on-drugs-kills-imaginary-friend-2856528
  6. He's actually had some good things to say about this era but he's still an asshole who lives in his mothers basement.
  7. Thanks! ^^ Quietus does count. They gave Taylor Swift an 80.
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