30 days is not enough punishment for waterboarding a baby!
By Marie Coyle
September 20, 2023 9:40pm CST
I read this and nearly had a heart attack. This woman waterboarded her baby and put it in the freezer. Her explanation to the police was crazy, to quote what was said: ''While the officer was taking McDonald to jail, she said that her actions were done as a "test" to see if Neal "gave a f--k at all," adding she waterboarded her baby to try and make Neal come back to her apartment. She allegedly admitted her actions were done "out of spite." She got 30 days. She still has to go to court, but 30 days??? Would you feel comfortable about this horrid excuse for a human being running around? This is just wrong in every possible way.
15 people like this
• United States
Oh my gosh, that is TERRIBLE and I hope the Department of Children and Youth Services takes that baby away from that mother. She obviously has no feelings for that child and will probably end up killing him if she gets that baby back. As a former DCF social worker, my strong opinion is to never let that mother have unsupervised visits with that baby. How awful.
• United Kingdom
She sounds nice: "McDonald was previously convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in Texas in 2016." 30 days is a joke sentence. Hopefully the child is now somewhere safe and far away from her. Any sensible judge would have locked her up for years.