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Black Phoenix Mom Who Left Kids In Hot Car, Got 100k Then Spent It All, Went Gets Sentenced & Ethered! (Video)

Black Phoenix Mom Who Left Kids In Hot Car, Got 100k Then Spent It All, Went Gets Sentenced & Ethered! (Video)

by May 24, 2015 5 comments

Black Women Are The Worst!!!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

America…The only place in the world where you can almost kill your kids and get rewarded for it!!!

What this whole thing shows is that black women do not have the ability to take responsibility for anything they do!

The black woman who was charged with leaving her kids in a hot car while she was at a job interview has now been charged with felony child abuse and has been sentenced to 18 years probation when she could have literally gotten away with nothing on her record just by putting some money up for her kids to have when they turn 18! Watch this


OK this woman has to be a certified idiot.  She has a chance to not only get off scottfree but she was able to walk away with a few thousand dollars in her hands, her kids college education secured and a job along with the sympathy of the public but instead she ends up having to be on probation for 18 years?  Do you guys understand that if she does anything wrong then the original sentence will go into affect?

I wouldnt ever want to be on probation for that long and I dont think its right that she is on probation this long but she cause it herself.  The fact that she walks out of court like nothing is wrong so defiant so proud so sure of herself lets you see why I state that black women are the worst stewards of chidren on the planet.  This woman is all about herself, so much so that as you will read below that she went off and got pregnant again!!!

How the f*ck is this possible that she is allow to get pregnant again yet still be considered a good mother?  Because black women are considered retarded!  I believe that being a black woman should be considered a special need!
PHOENIX (AP) — A single mother who left her two young sons in a hot car in Phoenix during a job interview was sentenced Friday to 18 years of supervised probation.

The sentencing brought an end to the case that saw Shanesha Taylor draw sympathy around the country and collect more than $114,000 in donations when her teary mug shot was published online.

Her story of trying to get a job without being able to find child care resonated with the public.

But the support quickly turned to scorn when she failed to meet a court deadline to place some of the money into a trust for her children as part of a plea agreement. Questions followed about how she was spending the money.

A judge followed prosecutors’ recommendation in sentencing the 36-year-old Taylor in the March 2014 incident.

Her lawyer Valeria Llewellyn had asked for 10 years of probation, saying Taylor was trying to handle her responsibilities that day without asking for help.

Court Commissioner Jeffrey Rueter acknowledged Taylor’s predicament, saying her actions were influenced by her economic situation.

But she ultimately demonstrated “criminally poor judgment” and placed her children in danger, Rueter said.

Taylor was arrested after leaving her 2-year-old and 8-month-old sons in her car for about 45 minutes. Authorities said the temperature inside the car exceeded 100 degrees.

Taylor mostly stayed quiet during the sentencing hearing and as reporters trailed her outside the courthouse.

She recently had another baby and the long-term probation was intended to monitor Taylor until the youngest of her four children turns 18, said Jerry Cobb, a spokesman for the Maricopa County attorney’s office.

The sentence also requires Taylor to attend parenting classes. The judge deferred a decision on restitution.

Taylor will request to carry out her probation in Chicago, where she intends to move to be with family and try to put the ordeal behind her, Llewellyn said.

“She made a bad mistake and I know she’s learned from it,” Llewellyn said.

The sentencing came after Taylor pleaded guilty in March to one count of felony child abuse.

Prosecutors said she had spent about $4,100 a month from the donations she received, including more than $1,000 in non-essential items such as cable TV. Taylor countered that she does not live an extravagant lifestyle.

The breach prompted prosecutors to reinstate the initial charges.




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  1. nostraquarius
    #1 nostraquarius 24 May, 2015, 11:11

    Black women seek attention so that they may get dick and have a child as a source of income and control over others lives. When the high of the control wears, either from the child aging past her ability to control them and/or the father disassociating, the black woman will repeat the cylcle of attention, dick, income, control.

    The black woman doesn’t actually desire a family or children. Her interest are solely for her own satisfaction; due mostly from being raised in the same cycle.

    WHITE people afforded this bitch $100k and she bought attention…and commenced on the black bitch cycle.

  2. Ms . crystal
    #2 Ms . crystal 24 May, 2015, 13:07

    I think this is a very sad situation, however this is a classic case of women not black women but women being judged differently than men. Because had she been a man there would not have been a fund to argue over and he would have more likely than not been put in jail for the same situation. As a black woman it is sad and embarrassing. There are so many women that given this opportunity would have handled this different but yet because of this it will be harder for white women, black women, all women to get this kind of life changing chance. Her lawyer the black man did a wonderful job with the deal he got her. As far as I concerned that was the deal of a lifetime. No charges no jail.

    • anthonydbrown
      anthonydbrown 28 May, 2015, 22:34

      she still made a bad decision that her kids will have to live with. Society says black men are bad with money, she just proved it wrong.

  3. Ak
    #3 Ak 3 June, 2015, 23:53

    Correction Tommy – 4 books & a possible!!! JK, JK

  4. Jadedinalaska
    #4 Jadedinalaska 15 June, 2015, 22:41

    I don’t think anyone should be rewarded for endangering her children’s lives. Had I been one of those people who donated my money to this woman (though I never would give a cent to someone who mistreats children) I would be totally p****d off knowing I paid for her weave, cable, netflix etc….

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