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Why Robert J. Milbrandt, Teresa L. Milbrandt, and Mary K. Russell are Going to Hell

Seabishop

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This is surely the worst "going to hell" example ever, and is one of the most evil things I've ever heard of. :-{
 

nerudite

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That's just horrible! That poor girl...going through death counseling, thinking she's going to die. I can't even imagine how parents and grandperents could have done that to a child.
 

SkeLeton

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8-! I am shocked! :-o :-c

That is mean and discouraging for people that DO have cancer and NEED help. I mean how can you really trust people with these kind of horrible a$$holes around!
 

SlaveToTheGrind

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Hell is too good for those scumbags. Hannah should be taken away and placed with a family that will provide here with love and respect.
 

Gedunker

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I saw last night on the news that she has been sentenced to 7 years and he to 4. Meanwhile the daughter gets to spend the rest of her life dealing...

I oppose the death penalty, but I'd be willing to make an exception!
 

Wannaplan?

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Seabishop said:
This is surely the worst "going to hell" example ever, and is one of the most evil things I've ever heard of. :-{
And that is why I never put any of my coinage into those tins or fishbowls at the checkout line. I know, they are heartbreaking, but you never know when you are being taken. And I speak from personal experience. Six years ago when my brother had a stroke and became disabled, his friends and other well-wishers organized a benefit concert on his behalf. When I got wind of the effort, I called the organizer and asked her not to have such an event. They claimed that my brother had unpaid medical bills and were just trying to help. I explained that all his bills were paid and was therefore unnecessary to hold an event on his behalf. She held the event anyway. They raised about $1,000.00. She gave it to my brother. He did not know what to do with it. It was a burden we did not want to bear, given all that happened to my brother. In the end, we donated the money to a foundation connected to the rehabilitation center my brother visited.
 

JNA

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from what i heard blame/punish the parents.
get the kid into therapy (NO Drugs) to deal with the situation.
 
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