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Thread: Amanda Nejat of Bay Area Surrogacy Charged w/ Child Endangerment

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    Default Amanda Nejat of Bay Area Surrogacy Charged w/ Child Endangerment

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    Oh holy cow! That is my mall! I can't imagine how people think that is ok.

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    I would be so tempted to bust out a window and pick up those babies. I wonder what kind of charge that brings.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bristow View Post
    I would be so tempted to bust out a window and pick up those babies. I wonder what kind of charge that brings.....
    Probably nothing as long as you called 911 and said you feared for their safety.

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    I've said before that I can understand how someone forgets a child in the vehicle in the course of a daily routine. This is a whole other story. She knew she buckled in 2 babies, she knew she'd leave them in the vehicle when she left them in the vehicle. No confusion here.
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    :yikes: 11 weeks old and she leaves them alone in a car for 40 minutes while she shops!!!??? DISGUSTING

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    Makes me sick reading that she did this.

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    I hate stupid people. I live in a fairly quiet town and when I worked at the local bookstore idiot mothers used to come in all the time and browse while their kids were in the car "asleep" I looked on straight in the eye one day and said she had until i hit the second one in 911 to get back to her car and take care of her friggin kid. She started to laugh then saw that I had a cordless phone in my hand and she went running. I had already dialed 91 and was very glad she went when she did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobsChica View Post
    I've said before that I can understand how someone forgets a child in the vehicle in the course of a daily routine. This is a whole other story. She knew she buckled in 2 babies, she knew she'd leave them in the vehicle when she left them in the vehicle. No confusion here.
    This exactly. Repulsive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catie62577 View Post
    I hate stupid people. I live in a fairly quiet town and when I worked at the local bookstore idiot mothers used to come in all the time and browse while their kids were in the car "asleep" I looked on straight in the eye one day and said she had until i hit the second one in 911 to get back to her car and take care of her friggin kid. She started to laugh then saw that I had a cordless phone in my hand and she went running. I had already dialed 91 and was very glad she went when she did.
    Several years ago I did call the cops when I saw two little kids alone in the car at a department store. They were about 5 and 1. The cop told me that unless something actually happens to the kids, there was nothing he could do since Wisconsin doesn't have a law that determines at what age children can be left alone.

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    Are you kidding me? What goes through ones mind that they think this is ok? "Hum-dee-dum..I just need to make some quick returns. Those pesky babies really are a hassle. This expensive car I just bought can take care of my babies anyway right? I think that's what the salesman said....doo-bee-doo-dah..."


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    Good grief....wtf is wrong with people?! :spin:

    Is it me or does she not look like a drug addict? Scary

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2boys1princess View Post
    Good grief....wtf is wrong with people?! :spin:

    Is it me or does she not look like a drug addict? Scary
    Maybe you know more drug addicts than I do but she looks to me like a thin, very tired 46 year-old w/ no makeup under unflattering light, and w/ a subtext of regret.
    This mugshot also shows how important it is to keep your dark coat collars clean, makeup rubs off easily and you have to be diligent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobsChica View Post
    Maybe you know more drug addicts than I do but she looks to me like a thin, very tired 46 year-old w/ no makeup under unflattering light, and w/ a subtext of regret.
    This mugshot also shows how important it is to keep your dark coat collars clean, makeup rubs off easily and you have to be diligent.
    I don't see any regret. Anyone who would leaves babies in a car while they shop has something pathologically wrong IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laguera77 View Post
    Several years ago I did call the cops when I saw two little kids alone in the car at a department store. They were about 5 and 1. The cop told me that unless something actually happens to the kids, there was nothing he could do since Wisconsin doesn't have a law that determines at what age children can be left alone.
    I live in Rhode Island the law here is that children cannot be left unattended until age 12 ;)
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