Resident Evil

Monstrous, ignorant evil.

$1 million bond in dead baby case
18-month-old found dead in trash weighed only 11 pounds; other siblings recovering

No family members or friends showed up to support the 21-year-old. She is accused of stuffing the body of one of her twin daughters — 18-month-old Myleahya Woods — in a trash can. She also is accused of neglecting her other daughter, Mykayhla, and her 2-year-old son, Jaterius.

…An autopsy was performed on Myleahya, but the results have not been released. The child weighed only 11 pounds, far underweight for her age.

…Being left unattended for a few days wouldn’t account completely for Myleahya’s condition.

“Left unattended” needs to be explained:

…Christian R. Woods, 21, is suspected of leaving her children home alone from 10 a.m. Saturday to 9:30 a.m. Monday. When Woods returned, she found Myleahya Woods, 1, dead and put her body in the trash, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office said.

…The siblings were left alone at a home that doesn’t have electricity or running water. Jell-O cups were left in the living room for the children to eat while the mother was away, Morgan said.

6 Responses to “Resident Evil”

  1. Skyler says:

    Ha, I like the quote

    “Davis told the judge that Woods could not afford the bond, and it was tantamount to Woods being held without bond.”

    If she can’t show up to feed her children, then she won’t show up to a court that will put her in jail.

    I really, seriously believe that there should be a much more liberal and speedy application of the death penalty. She deserves it. I wonder if they’ll even ask for it.

  2. Gary from Jersey says:

    Life can’t be that cheap. Can it? Please, God, say it ain’t.

  3. Gunslinger says:

    “She deserves it.”

    Sure does.

    “I wonder if they’ll even ask for it.”

    I wonder if she’ll do any actual time in a prison rather than some halfway house or similar sentence.

  4. Skyler says:

    Well, let’s be fair. We don’t have all the facts. She could be insane. Truly insane, and though the deaths are tragic, if she is not aware of reality then she is not morally culpable.

    In which case, she should be incarcerated/institutionalized until she is sane again. And such people never get better.

  5. Kate P says:

    Horrifying. Something went very wrong somewhere.

  6. greg newson says:

    The best solution for all these tragic problems is to pay these
    young quasi-retarded women not to have children.5 grand to get some sort of implant.Then they’ll have money for crack cocaine ,or whatever,but the problem will
    stop when they die of an overdose.It will go to the next generation.

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