His life was more valuable than any sentence. Nothing can bring her boy back. There are no easy answers here. I only hope that the power of forgiveness that the victim’s brother showed will lead to a turn around for the perpetrator. I Just Took A DNA Test Turns Out I’m 100% That Grinch. The victim can never be be brought back. It isn’t enough but perhaps a small amount of good can come out of the tragedy.
I Just Took A DNA Test Turns Out I’m 100% That Grinch
I think that’s the best we can hope for now. Michael Marshall I wasn’t minimizing the forgiveness. I was comparing the level of goodness the perpetrator can choose, to the loss, through a mother’s eyes. Any amount of greatness the perpetrator achieves will always be dwarfed by the loss the mother will have to endure. I agree, however, that the great hope is that the change to the perpetrator will be as great as possible. More valuable than the 10 year sentence? I would think that would go without saying. I wonder what the purpose of CNN’s post is? Tuderrel Jones well, The CNN post seems to insinuate that the value comparison is somehow newsworthy, Does CNN think the mother thinking her son’s life was more valuable than a 10 year sentence is a startling revelation ? I Just Took A DNA Test Turns Out I’m 100% That Grinch. Paul Waltemeyer the purpose of my was to see just how would you twist this story into something Negative as you cnn trolls are known for doing. Sad thing is she will appeal the 10 years sentence and serve less than 3 years .just wait and see. Sizwe Tapiwa Kumwenda it is so wrong and if it was the other way around – it would have been either life sentence or death penalty such a screwed up society. Texas she cant get parole until half her sentence. But she will probably get out after 5 though.