What does it take to get real punishment around here?  

freetime648 52F
7629 posts
4/27/2006 9:46 pm

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4/28/2006 4:40 am

What does it take to get real punishment around here?


FRANKFURT AN DER ODER, Germany : Police arrested Sabine Hilschinz after discovering the remains of the nine infants in July buried in flower pots and a fish tank in the garden of her parents' home in a village in eastern Germany near the Polish border.

Hilschinz, 40, appeared Thursday before a state court where she faces eight charges of manslaughter. She could be jailed for up to 15 years if convicted. The statute of limitations had run out in the death of a ninth child....


Okay, anyone else seeing a problem here??? She had 9 children whom she murdered and no one knew she was ever pregnant? Not even her husband? AND they are looking at only manslaughter charges for 15 years????? She claims she was drunk each time she gave birth and was not aware that she had killed them because of the stupor she was in.........

GIVE ME A MOTHER F****** BREAK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


xx FREETIME648 xx


GoddessOfTheDawn 105F
11240 posts
4/28/2006 2:58 am


this is very wrong in my book ....

and I guess GB has a point too....


HotDev1l 45M
1265 posts
4/28/2006 2:25 am

I think GB is right. A lot (not all or even the majority necessarily but enough) of people don't care or don't want to get involved. I think this is becoming more and more common in cities all over the world.


GB_Cple 66M/55F  
3046 posts
4/28/2006 12:34 am

This is only one of many tragic cases to emerge in East Germany since the re-unionification.
The husband is also facing charges, and neither of them have made any statements to the court concerning these deaths, what is in the press is speculation. In German law there is no "Statute of Limitations" concerning murder or manslaughter, neither is there a death penalty, or life imprisionment, 15 - 20 years is normaly the maximum sentance. There are other laws and safeguards relating to holding the criminally insane for the rest of their lifes.

The real tragidy is that all of this could have been prevented, no-body seemed to notice or care. Not the family, the health services, the neighbours, or friends.


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