Toddler Abandoned As Adults Have Melee in Florida Mall


Screen Shot 2017-12-19 at 10.49.19 AMThe video below has left me speechless as a mother first leaves a young child to beat down another woman in the mall and then attacks her again while pushing the stroller (then abandoning the child again to continue the fight). The fight was over claims made in a double murder homicide in Florida.

The incident Edison Mall in Fort Myers on Sunday as when started fighting about who was responsible for a local double murder. Mariesha Williams told officers that someone told that that  “his blood is on your hands” in reference to the death of 22-year-old Samuel Jones.

What followed is simply breathtaking as the welfare of this child seemed completely immaterial to the adults rolling on the floor of the mall. It is not enough for an abandonment charge because the woman (shown kicking above) returned shown after.  However, it is the driving of the toddler into the midst of the scrum to deliver the kick that is so disconcerting.

One battery complaint has been filed.

132 thoughts on “Toddler Abandoned As Adults Have Melee in Florida Mall”

  1. The sex and race of these actors is neither relevant nor material to their criminal or disruptive acts.

    1. Darren Smith – I would posit that the sex is a factor in this melee. As a teacher, I would never break up fights between girls, they were just too feral. Boys you could talk down. Girls got a bloodlust in their eyes and they were in a different world.

    2. The gender and race of these actors is entirely relevant to the acts on display. If they weren’t, there would not be observable patterns which allow reliable predictions of dangerousness and criminality. The attempt to be color blind here is tantamount to sweeping history under the rug. Interpersonal violence and mob violence can be traced to generations of poverty; a black market economy of resource acquisition and debt transfer. The sociopathy represented in this melee does not exist in a vacuum and is not a one-time event. Liberals attempting to be color blind are actually contributing to the problem. Racists attempting to attribute the conduct to black people per se also contribute to the problem. Therefore, for all intents and purposes, the available narratives form a partnership overseeing the permanence and expansion of this sort of problem.

  2. CV Brown, If you read any of my postings you know I am no liberal lefty. I only did the posting to FFS to get a rise out of some of you, and it worked.m

  3. Jon: why do you post things like this, knowing the rabid racists who post on your blog, and why, at Christmastime, especially? Do you enjoy stirring up the ignoramus venom spewed by these people? This story didn’t even make the national news, and with so many other important issues worthy of discussion, why did you post this?

    1. Silly rabbit! Stories like this will never make the national news because it shows the truth about how a large number of black people behave. Why do you think the national media stays away from the black illegitimate birth rate story???

      The national media is just the propaganda arm of the DNC, and stories which show blacks acting badly work to defeat the “poor oppressed black people story.”

      As a result, people like you are not presented the information that would help you be better informed. I ad to remove the links because the comment would not post. I had two really good links for you, but the filter would not let me post them.

      Squeeky Fromm
      Girl Reporter

    2. “… Do you enjoy stirring up the ignoramus venom spewed by these people?”

      Instead of complaining, why don’t you address the data? It’s a painful subject, but it does no one good if statistics–numbers are treated with contempt. Squeeky makes a painful claim, refute the numbers if possible.

      1. “Because, they have to come out from under the rocks sometime.”

        Since you seem to possess the perfect understanding of ethics and morality, explain to us what Squeeky has said to qualify her as reptilian-racist. Please.

    3. Natacha – the MSM only prints what it feels fits its narrative of getting rid of Trump. This video does not fit that narrative. There is a lot of stuff the MSM leaves out or distorts or just plain lies about. I, for one, have given up on the MSM and use alternate media.

    4. Nutchacha,

      What’s the opposite of constitutionally protected freedom of thought, belief and speech or, as you refer to it, racism? Yep. You’re right. Reverse racism. Ever heard of the NAACP, La Raza, Generational Welfare or “Affirmative Action Privilege?” Ever read that Great American, Muhammad Ali?

      “In a wide-ranging 1968 interview with Bud Collins, the storied Boston Globe sports reporter, Ali insisted that it was as unnatural to expect blacks and whites to live together as it would be to expect humans to live with wild animals. “I don’t hate rattlesnakes, I don’t hate tigers — I just know I can’t get along with them,” he said. “I don’t want to try to eat with them or sleep with them.”

      Collins asked: “You don’t think that we can ever get along?”

      “I know whites and blacks cannot get along; this is nature,” Ali replied. That was why he liked George Wallace, the segregationist Alabama governor who was then running for president.
      Collins wasn’t sure he’d heard right. “You like George Wallace?”

      “Yes, sir,” said Ali. “I like what he says. He says blacks shouldn’t force themselves in white neighborhoods, and white people shouldn’t have to move out of the neighborhood just because one black comes. Now that makes sense.”

      This was not some inexplicable aberration. It reflected a hateful worldview that Ali, as a devotee of Elijah Muhammad and the segregationist Nation of Islam, espoused for years. At one point, he even appeared before a Ku Klux Klan rally. It was “a heck of a scene,” he later boasted —

      Clansmen with hoods, a burning cross, “and me on the platform,” preaching strict racial separation. “Black people should marry their own women,” Ali declaimed. “Bluebirds with bluebirds, red birds with red birds, pigeons with pigeons, eagles with eagles.

      God didn’t make no mistake!”

  4. Give them “free stuff” and superior status. That’ll take care of it. Welfare and “Affirmative Action Privilege.” It works every time.

    1. No, shameful behavior is not limited to any group. But it is delusional to pretend that in 2017, in America, this kind of behavior isn’t mostly a black thing. You could just as easily say that murdering people is not limited to any group, and theoretically you would be right. But in 2017, in America, 52% of the murders are committed by black people, while they only comprise about 11% of the population. Therefore, murder is mostly a black thing.

      Additionally, while shameful behavior is not limited to any group, most of us white people do not go around making excuses for our white trash and the crap they do. We laugh at them, and hold them responsible for the messes they create. Unlike black people like you, and the NFL Kneelers, who make up stupid excuses for the foreseeable results of the “baby daddy” culture.

      Squeeky Fromm
      Girl Reporter

      1. I thought the Squeaky Fromm thing was a joke, but given the regular displays of virulent racism, I think it may actually be her!

          1. No, Squeeky, you said nothing that is virulently racist. Just stated some inconvenient truths.

            1. Thank you FFS! People are so used to the “poor oppressed negro” meme and trope, that merely saying something bad about blacks is considered racism, even when it is true and blatantly obvious. It is ridiculous the lengths that some white people will go to avoid the obvious, like Hillary Clinton and her “black girl magic” statement.

              Squeeky Fromm
              Girl Reporter

          2. Squeeky,
            In the lefty land of definition fluidity, racism is anything said that reflects negatively on a person of color. Given your propensity to consistently post facts that support your commentary, well that makes it virulent racism.

            From my perspective you are neither. And I imagine that somehow qualifies me as a racist too. So I’ve got that going for me.

            1. I agree! That is why I keep pushing the name callers to be more specific, and they never do respond with any real discussion. In an ideal world, they would just come out and admit, “so what if its true, you just aren’t supposed to say bad things about black people.”

              Squeeky Fromm
              Girl Reporter

        1. These posts are written for suekkky and her buds Nicky Autie Paulie CV and da rest. They have a meet up
          On da Turley’s blog.

          1. A big fat klan meetup. No
            Moore reading here today. Somebody is intentionally giving these folks a forum. Go figure.

              1. Ken – I know it is hard for you to write in complete sentences, however, if you go back to my original post on this subject, I defended the mother. And I didn’t mention the race of the participants. You really need to get your big-boy pants on and learn how to deal with the people on this blog other than insulting them. There are a lot of us here who can rip you a new one and you will never realize it happened. If you are taunting us, your wish may be fulfilled. Just tell us, are you dealing all-out war?

      2. Haven’t seen much of you Squeeky, hope all is well.There is a difference in the way bad behavior is described, prosecuted, and covered in the media based on race. A “thug” of one race is an “overly exuberant youth” in another. Of note in the situation in Kentucky for which I provided the video is that no arrests were made. Apparently, just boys being boys. To those who attribute behavior to some racial element, I submit you see what you want/expect to see. I spend a reasonable amount of time around black people and have never seen it.

        1. Oh, I am fine and thank you for caring! I agree that how things are portrayed can influence how we think about issues. That is what propaganda and fake news and media manipulation is all about.

          For an example, black poverty is currently portrayed as a “lack” of justice, as something undeserved that falls upon the heads of the innocent. What if instead, black poverty were portrayed precisely as “justice” and as a well deserved compensation for bad behavior?

          What if we started portraying poverty, violence, and crappy living conditions as being the natural of result of ridiculously high out-of-wedlock births, and the massive refusal of blacks to take advantage of the educational benefits provided them?

          What if instead of blaming White Privilege, Institutionalized Racism, Mass Incarceration, Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder, White Nationalism, etc. etc., etc., we started blaming blacks themselves for the sorry condition that so many of them have landed in?

          Consider the possibilities. Plus, it is simply the truth.

          Squeeky Fromm
          Girl Reporter

    2. enigma – you are right. The Irish are rightly proud of the riots they have caused over the years. English soccer fans were so bad they were banned from the Continent for one year. The Japanese Parliament has periodic fistfights caught on TV for our pleasure. And who do we blame when a city riots after winning a national championship? Everybody.

      This is not race-based. This is people who all seem to know each other, not working out their issues well.

    3. Do you deny the rate at which blacks commit violent crimes is multiple of their numbers of the population? Let me guess, it’s all racist “whitey’s” fault, right?

      The less is the rate of acquiring a HS diploma and the higher the rate of out of wedlock child birth (your race is over 70% now), the higher the rate of crime and poverty. (Maybe you’re one of those who claim math is racist.) The problem for blacks, especially smug and self righteous types like you, is that it’s impossible to blame anyone but the mother’s lack of discipline and self control for out of wedlock births. It’s a “morality” problem. You can’t blame whitey, hence the subject must be avoided and deflected at all costs. Yet it’s one of the two most common denominators for poverty (uh-oh, more racist math, right?)

      Unfortunately, blacks seem very eager to cooperate with business people who make money off naïve blacks in promoting immoral lifestyles such as the “gangsta” thing, and free sex for all. “If you want it, do it now.” You see somethin’ you want in a store, pick it up and take it. If/when you get busted, look sad and claim it’s whitey’s fault.

      Of course, LBJ guaranteed the DNC would lock up the black vote for centuries with his “Great Society” programs to “eliminate black poverty,” which moved the responsibility to raise children from the fathers to taxpayers, another contributor to the rate of out wedlock births.

      You’re in bed with the DNC, and the DNC is in bed with the public employee unions, who protect incompetent teachers, who fail to educate children, with DNC blessings all the way. If blacks woke up and got off the DNC plantation, the DNC would cease to exist. Which explains why the DNC embraces illegals, which to the DNC are just “future Democratic voters.”

      Decades ago the DNC embraced identity politics rather than promoting working class ideals as they had years prior.

      1. Joseph, you seem not to need or want my opinion, having already decided what it is. The DNC must be a far more powerful organization than I ever gave it credit for. Thanks so much for the enlightenment. (There needs to be a sarcasm emoji)

          1. If I thought there was a possibility of reasonable discourse, I’d be happy to have a conversation. Unfortunately, all I see is time spent I’d never get back. You claiming something does not make it so.

    4. I’ve long followed Professor Turley and look up to him for free speech and other civil liberties discussions, but boy oh boy, the commenters his blog has always attracted are sometimes and often some of the greatest tests of free speech.

          1. There are “Conservative” black people who are able to do just fine. I have rather liked, J.C.Watts, Tim Scott, Condi Rice, Michael Steele, and others that didn’t equate conservatism with defending everything Trump, for example does and denying the impact of policies and legislation. Being fiscally conservative is a reasonable position one can take, even social conservatives have some valid points. When that extends to participating in voter suppression and some other positions, they deserve the criticism they get.

            1. Just like we should use government power to prevent voter suppression we should use an equal amount of power to make sure everyone voting is a legitimate voter. I know few people that defend everything Trump does. In fact, many of the people that have advised Trump openly state their disagreements with him and he doesn’t send them packing. He simply agrees to disagree on that particular subject and goes on with business.

              1. Just to see what kinds of numbers you’re working with. How many votes do you think are being suppressed nationwide? How many illegitimate voters do you believe voted? We can use the last Presidential election unless you intend to count the tens of thousands of people bussed from Mississippi to vote against Roy Moore?

                1. One cannot determine exact numbers unless the states permit the data to be released. However, reports of significant illegal voting has taken place so it should be stopped. No one should be denied the ability to vote, but we can at least be as careful when one votes as Walmart is for a $2 charge on a credit card.

                  Of course, there are people that aren’t interested in one vote for one person so they might believe either in suppressing a groups voting rights or in promoting illegal voting based upon how the results turn out for their interests. You can’t be one of those persons.

                  1. There are certainly estimates as to the effects of various legislative efforts. There are records of arrests and known attempts to commit voter fraud. As far as fraud I’m curious as to whether you think the total numbers in the dozens or millions?
                    I don’t promote illegal voting of any kind nor the restricting of votes of any group regardless of likely political views.

                    1. I think voter fraud is significant, but I wouldn’t want to guess because likely it is sporadic. I don’t want anyone not voting because they were prevented and I don’t want their votes diluted fraudulently. The best thing is for the public to feel secure in the voting process so everything possible should be done to make that happen.

                      Double voting in Florida, your state, has been found, but I haven’t yet heard of anyone being jailed for it. Maybe they have, but then I would think they would publicize it better.You say there were arrests but were they jailed since the law has a hefty punishment for that crime. Whatever illegal votes are caught might just be the tip of the iceberg. It has been reported in some places that the number of registered voters exceeds the population.

                    2. According to The Daily Signal, by all accounts a right wing publication. The unvetted database of The Heritage Foundation (again right wing) shows over 1,000 cases in 47 states of Voter Fraud. Assuming that to be true (which I’m not conceding) is this the massive voter fraud you think is taking place?

                    3. “According to The Daily Signal, by all accounts a right wing publication.”

                      Enigma, I don’t base research on publications that necessarily agree with me. It is very hard to prove voter fraud because that is an expensive one on one type of investigation that is inhibited by many institutions including states that refuse to open their voter rolls.

                      Since we know our voter process to be sloppy one would think that everyone would want to clean it up, but there are those that benefit from such chaos so the appropriate job hasn’t been done. Therefore no one can say if voter fraud is high or low. What are the indications that voter fraud may be great?

                      “Approximately 24 million—one of every eight—voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or are significantly inaccurate. More than 1.8 million deceased individuals are listed as voters. Approximately 2.75 million people have registrations in more than one state.”


                      Knowing how porous our voter registration process is it only makes sense that we require some type of voter ID common even in third world nations. Since the use of ID is so common in this nation and necessary to do most things such as charge in Walmart, get on a plane, doctors offices, libraries that one has to believe that those opposing some sort of voter ID oppose it because they wish to encourage corruption.

                    4. Generally speaking, at least since the days of LBJ, dead people don’t turn out to vote in significant numbers and those that move to a new state don’t also go back and vote in the old one. Policies like automatic voter registration while renewing drivers licenses and registering cars (and notifying old states) could clear a lot of that up. Of course, more voters isn’t really what those currently in power want.

                    5. “Generally speaking, at least since the days of LBJ, dead people don’t turn out to vote in significant numbers and those that move to a new state don’t also go back and vote in the old one.”

                      That is a problem Enigma, you are always looking for excuses instead of a way to solve the problems at hand. No, dead people don’t vote, but others can vote using the registered voter’s name on record. Some people actually do vote in two states and again other people can use that name and vote. That is why voter ID is necessary to reassure the public that reasonable care is taken to assure one vote per citizen and that non-citizen’s don’t vote.

                    6. I’m not against Voter ID, assuming it’s free and the criteria to obtain it is reasonable. I have no problem removing dead people from the rolls, I do think automatic voter registration and notification of the former state when getting a new driver’s license would solve two problems. Or one real problem and one mostly imagined.

                    7. “I’m not against Voter ID, assuming it’s free and the criteria to obtain it is reasonable. I have no problem removing dead people from the rolls,…”

                      Then we are in complete agreement.

                    8. I wouldn’t go that far. You seem to believe that voter fraud is a massive thing and I disagree. You seem to feel that voter suppression barely exists and if so is kind of an unintended consequence kind of thing as opposed to a targeted effort. (Federal Judges in multiple states agree with me in very specific language).

                    9. enigma – I do not agree with any of the federal judges that suppressed Voter ID. I think they are wrong on the law. And that makes me right. 🙂

                    10. I find it misleading to say only that they are against Voter ID, I could not only live with but support a Voter ID law that wasn’t also a poll tax by another name. The cost to acquire even an alleged free ID is real and can range up to $50 in some cases and in places like certain predominantly black counties in Alabama, they reduced the places where one can acquire an ID to one per County which is only open one day during the month, during business hours. Then Governor Bentley was quick to explain that the measure was strictly budgetary and not intended to be racial, although it only affected the blackest of Counties. It’s not the ID it’s everything else that always accompanies the ID laws.
                      I may use your defense elsewhere. I disagree therefore I am right.

                    11. enigma – AZ is a Voter ID state and allows a variety of ID. If you have none and qualify, it is supplied for free and they will even bring it to the door for shut-ins. Usually, your driver’s license will do, if you do and almost everyone is AZ over 16 drives. This is not NY where people spend their entire life on public transportation. Here, you need a car just to get to the public transportation, if you are going to use it.

                    12. enigma – if he registered 44,000 illegal voters then he is at risk. The last registrar lost her job because the lines were too long. Do you think this will stand? Someone is going to challenge him.

                    13. I don’t have the luxury of perspective. I didn’t find much recent activity in Arizona law since 2013 when their Voter ID law was deemed unconstitutional. I wondered why they weren’t one of the states that passed new legislation after the Voter Rights Act enforcement powers were gutted like most of the other states that were previously required to have preclearance.
                      As I read the article, there are voters that aren’t illegal voters but whose applications have been put in limbo. They have already demonstrated proof of citizenship to the Department of Motor Vehicles yet the previous Registrar wouldn’t accept the same information to allow them to vote. These seem to be citizens, eligible to vote who are being denied. So, yes I think it will stand although no doubt he will be challenged. It’s the essence of what voter suppression is. By what basis should people who have provided proof of citizenship be denied the vote.

                    14. enigma – you do not have to prove citizenship to motor vehicles to get your drivers license, you can borrow someone else’s license and renew it as yours. I have never had to show a b/c at MVD. And you can get them for $40. So, it is not a big deal. Forged documents is a thriving business in AZ in the illegal alien trade.

                    15. I only have the information from the article which says proof of citizenship has been required to get a license for over a decade.
                      “especially when the voter rolls are run against information held by the state Transportation Department Motor Vehicle Division, which has been requiring proof of citizenship for driver’s licenses for more than a decade.”
                      It seems that borrowing someone else’s license to get one has some flaws. Isn’t there a photo on the original ID? And, doesn’t the original have to be turned in upon renewal? It doesn’t seem like this path produces any additional licenses on the street or extra votes.
                      The other point I’d make is that because you have never been required to show citizenship doesn’t mean that many brown citizens aren’t being asked for it which is the principle for the “Papers Please” laws where anyone who looks like they might be illegal can be stopped and required to prove themselves.

                    16. enigma – you can go to the AZ DMV and see what they require to get a license. I wouldn’t base my faith on a newspaper article. 😉

                    17. enigma – again, you can buy SS numbers. We had a big scandal about that. Probably the reason they went after Sheriff Joe when he shut down a major car wash chain hiring illegal aliens using fake IDs. However, you do not have to have your SS number on your driver’s license. I do not. It is an option right now.

                    18. You don’t have to have an SSN on your license, it is required to obtain one. I may presume too much in thinking the state verifies the numbers before issuing the license. If they don’t they should.

                    19. enigma – they do not verify the SSN before they give you a license. However, almost all businesses have e-Verify for employment and they do verify.

                    20. enigma – my SSN card is so old and beat up that it is hard to get out of my wallet. They just want to see it. I don’t know what the statute says. Last time I got a license I almost failed the eye test, so the SSN was the least of my worries. 😉

                    21. Paul, in NY I think a voter ID cost about $2 a year on average and one buys for multiple years.

                    22. “You seem to believe that voter fraud is a massive thing ”

                      I didn’t say that. In fact, I said I didn’t know, but I did point out how poor our voter registration data is:

                      “Approximately 24 million—one of every eight—voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or are significantly inaccurate. More than 1.8 million deceased individuals are listed as voters. Approximately 2.75 million people have registrations in more than one state.”

                      With the voter registration rolls being as erroneous as they are it is essential to assure the public using voter ID.

                      “You seem to feel that voter suppression barely exists ”

                      I didn’t say that either. You make it sound as if suppression is the norm. It isn’t. We don’t need to figure out the number, we need to prevent it from being used in a prejudicial manner. There are age limitations that some will use to demonstrate suppression. There are limitations of convicted felons that some will use to demonstrate suppression. Let’s not play games.

                      As far as some federal judges agreeing with you that is a pretty generalized and near meaningless statement since some federal judges are very political and overstep their bounds on almost a continuous basis.

                    23. Allan – we have a possible voter fraud problem with “snowbirds” who own homes here and in their home state or have an RV here. They register to vote and then vote absentee. For all, we know they are voting in their home state as well. Without examining the voter rolls of all the states side-by-side, we do not know what is going on.

                    24. “Allan – we have a possible voter fraud problem with “snowbirds” ”

                      I know that happens in Arizona. It also happens in Enigma’s home state of Florida.

                      Suspicion leads to problems. End the suspicion with voter ID and checking for duplicate voting. Prosecute and jail those that vote illegally. Somewhere in Florida, I was told a whole slew of absentee ballots were thrown out because they were done illegally. Had it not been discovered it would have changed the results of the local election.

                    25. BTW, I was looking for publications more likely to exaggerate the scope of voter fraud. Of course, if I wanted real exaggeration I’d cite Trump’s Twitter feed. He says 5 million!

                    26. “BTW, I was looking for publications more likely to exaggerate the scope of voter fraud. ”

                      No need Enigma. Pew I believe reliably states:

                      “Approximately 24 million—one of every eight—voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or are significantly inaccurate. More than 1.8 million deceased individuals are listed as voters. Approximately 2.75 million people have registrations in more than one state.”

                      That by itself tells us that voter ID is a necessity.

                    27. “What Pew reports is not a report of voter fraud, just a flawed database which should by all means should be corrected.”

                      Of course, it is not a report of voter fraud. All it does is demonstrate potential problems that should not exist. All too many have a lot of excuses why voter ID is bad, but they do this to obstruct the voting process and cause discord.

                    28. Having errors on the voting rolls of 1 in 8 voters makes many uneasy as does real voter suppression. That creates discord between the two groups and some take advantage of the discord hyping problems to separate Americans rather than join them together.

    5. Really? Provide any videos.
      Asian Mob violence. Amish Mob violence. We will wait.
      White violence at NASCAR….

  5. There is a deep level of sociopathy among low income black families in the U.S. Imagine the psychlogical trauma that the baby suffered just from this event.

  6. Something like this will only leave one speechless if one doesn’t have the pleasure of being around large numbers of blacks on a regular basis. This is just your typical black hair-weave pulling chimp-out brawl. If you think this is atypical black behavior, and you don’t live around blacks so you can experience it first hand, then watch Tommy Sotomayor:

    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

      1. No, a lot of people hate him for spilling the beans on black women. He is constantly stalked and threatened. Youtube keeps pulling his videos, but he fights on. Nothing gets you in trouble like telling the pure, unvarnished truth does. See, John the Baptist.

        Squeeky Fromm
        Girl Reporter

  7. These people are subhuman, should not reproduce, and are severely wanting. They come in all colors, shapes, races, religions, nationalities, with or without addictions, etc. This is the bottom of the pile. There are other problems, no less severe at the top of the pile, and in between. Come the revolution, the bannera rosa.

    1. Well, you can pretend that it is all races, but here in America, in 2017, it is mostly blacks. That is just the sad facts of life.

      While the overall rate of violent crime has gone down in the United States — so much that some sociologists call this the era of the “Great Crime Decline” — there are still pockets where violent crime is so concentrated that neighbors can’t escape it.

      After interviewing some 8,000 people in Atlanta, Emory University professor of psychiatry Dr. Kerry Ressler and his colleagues say that they are seeing evidence of higher rates of PTSD in this urban population than in war veterans.

      “It’s outrageous. This is — well, it is not an epidemic of violence, that is not the right term for this. This is a pandemic,” Ressler said.

      An epidemic is concentrated in a particular region. A pandemic is spread over a wider geographic area and impacts a much larger population.

      Squeeky Fromm
      Girl Reporter

  8. Some people should not reproduce. If a toddler is treated that way in public imagine what the little tyke is subjected to at home! Child services need to intervene.

  9. I will make the case that she was trying to protect the baby while defended the baby and herself. Let’s face it, unless someone takes the baby, it is going nowhere on its own. 😉

        1. Autumn – no, you need about 50 jump cuts to make it work. Plus, mom has to lose control of the buggy as it goes does the stairs. I am a big fan of the film and have watched the sequence many times. Somewhere I have a book that has it shot by shot, probably still in my storage unit that my wife complains about.

            1. Squeeky – the sequence is a classic taught in several classes in film school. It is brilliantly done and innovative, but it is a propaganda film.

              1. True, but knowing it is propaganda removes the edge, and one can just enjoy it for what it is. Speaking of films, I put a thingy up on Penelope’s Twitter, which deals with a famous film called “Dune”, which is also a book. You might appreciate it if you have seen the movie.


                I have posted this before on another thread, but I am really proud of this!

                Squeeky Fromm
                Girl Reporter

                1. Squeeky – I read all the Dune books and saw the movie twice. The movie was much better the 2nd time. 🙂 Sadly, by the time the author got to the last book he was running on empty IMO. I am sure if they re-booted it now with all the CGI it could be fantastic. And that is a franchise for somebody.

  10. Animals belong in cages AFTER they have had their day in court starting with allegations being accepted, turned into charges and the rest of the due process. Florida seems to be far more advanced, as is Alabama, in that respect.

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