Friday, January 21, 2011

Un. Frickin. Believable!!

Really?!?! No jail time for Lakesha Haynie, who pled guilty to killing her baby Rajahnthon by smothering him and burying him in Druid Hill Park, and p.s. his skull was fractured. Sickening! Could you imagine a parent who killed a baby in Towson by fracturing his skull, smothering him and denying him medical care getting no jail time?! Is there any possible explanation for this other than Judge Charles J. Peters finding no value in this child's life?!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

baltimore is just THAT corrupt i guess. it's crazy around here. and no one does their damn jobs. ever.

Cham said...

She seem fertile, I give Lakesha a month to repregnanterize herself. Perhaps her friends, loved ones and neighbors ought to keep a close eye out for a baby bump on the gal and save a life.

Vita said...

So does this plea agreement go on Jessamy or Bernstein?

This is the kind of stuff that infuriated me about Jessamy.

Anonymous said...

now days you never no what people would do, smh, its a shame how you would have to watch people with there own kids, thats just crazy, the devil has been busy these last few yrs, n from the looks of thangs, i hate to say it, but it looks like hes winning, i'll pray for the babys family, n everyone else tht lost there lives, or just everyone as a whole......

ppatin said...

"Is there any possible explanation for this other than Judge Charles J. Peters finding no value in this child's life?!"

It sounds like the plea agreement is the main reason she got such a laughable sentence. Of course, judges do have the power to refuse plea bargains, so Judge Peters should be criticized for letting her get off so easy.

mb said...

well yeah, how could the judge or the prosecutor find that plea in any way acceptable/agreeable? Why did the judge make the choice to suspend *all* of the sentence?

Cham said...

This is like a birthday gift that I can't unwrap. The site is coming up when I do a search about a specific defendant but it says, "Under Construction". Grrrrrr.

ppatin said...

mb:

I don't think the judge gets that much discretion with the sentence when it comes to plea agreements, he can either accept or refuse it. Considering the workload that Baltimore courts have I understand that judges have to accept a lot of crappy pleas, but I agree that this one was going too far.

mb said...

I am clear how it works, the defense and prosecutor come to the agreement, and the judge can accept or reject it. So why did Julie Drake agree to this, and why did the judge sign off on it?