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October 29th, 2010
From The Files of People Who Should Not ProCreate...

Man Loses 2 of his 3 Children, Ties up the remaining one to look for the other 2...

A Northampton man was charged with tying a 2-year-old boy to a park bench at Dorney Park while he went looking for two other children he was supervising, according to court records.

Clifford Adams Jr., 63, of 463 E. Ninth St., was charged with endangering the welfare of a child for the incident Friday.

South Whitehall Township police were dispatched to the Dorney Park at 6:38 p.m. to take a report of a 2-year-old boy tied to a park bench for 40 minutes. Dorney Park security untied the boy, who was left on the bench with his 7-year-old brother, police said.

The 7-year-old told police that "Uncle Clifford" took them to the park. Adams told police he was looking for two 9-year-olds he was also supervising.

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A Mother Pleads Guilty To Murder For Shaking Her Baby To Death . . . Because He Was Interrupting Her Game Of Farmville

No matter how addicted you are to Facebook games . . . Farmville, Mafia Wars, whatever . . . this will STILL make you sick.

22-year-old Alexandra Tobias of Jacksonville, Florida just pleaded guilty to second-degree murder . . . for shaking her baby to death because he was interrupting her game of Farmville.

Back in January, Tobias was playing Farmville and her three-month-old son Dylan was crying.  She got so frustrated that she shook him . . . and he died.
If you're not familiar, Farmville is a Facebook and iPhone game where you manage a virtual farm.  You plant crops and raise livestock.  Yeah.  That's all it really is.
On Wednesday, she pleaded guilty to second-degree murder to avoid having to go to trial.  She'll get either 25 to 50 years . . . or LIFE . . . in prison.

 


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