California crazies get 25 years
David and Louise Turpin were shuffled up the way Friday, with 25 years to serve and a chance of parole. David is 57 and Louise is 50, which fortunately makes 25 years closer to a life sentence.
David eerily resembles Shaggy of the Scooby-Doo gang, not a gang whose street creds will transfer over to the penitentiary. The only question left for Davey will be whether his jail pimp will be black or Mexican.
Louise was regularly reduced into a balling infant while her shell-shocked children sadly recalled the horrors and debauchery going down at hotel Turpin.
“My parents took my whole life from me,” said one of their daughters, identified as Jane Doe Number 4. “But now,” she said, “I’m taking my life back.”
The kids ranging from a toddler to a 29-year-old were severely tortured and forced to sleep in cages or chained to the bed, I’m sure the psychological damage was extensive and equaled the pain inflicted by the physical abuse.
The authorities’ state that many of the children were denied showers, medical care, and food, several children were discovered to be malnourished.
These children were victimized by the very people that were responsible for their safety, tortured by parents who were innately charged with giving them unconditional love and unwavering protection.
The Turpin children were unfamiliar with much of the world outside of their shit-stench Bastille, basic knowledge. For instance, I wager that none of them were aware that while they suffered under brutal physical and psychological abuse, that America had elected one of history’s most prolific Presidents and he was determined to make America great again.
If not for the daring escape of the Turpin’s 17-year-old daughter, it’s doubtful that any of them would have ever been rescued.
Apparently, she had planned her escape for more two years, she grabbed a deactivated cell phone (doesn’t that mean it won’t work?) and called the police.
The unidentified girl has given her fellow siblings a chance to begin meaningful new lives. The children’s liberation couldn’t have come at a better time; unemployment is at a 49-year-low and Trump’s soaring economy will surely offer them the freedom of financial independence.
“Children are indeed a gift, maybe they’ll become a scientist and discover a cure for some disease, or go be a doctor or first responder, and save someone’s life. Maybe they’ll enter the military and protect our country,”
Judge Bernard Schwartz
Before sentencing the two abusive maggots
The children spoke several times to the court prior to sentencing:
“I cannot describe in words what we went through growing up. Sometimes I still have nightmares of things that happened, such as my siblings being chained up or getting beaten.” – John Doe #2
“I’m a fighter, I’m strong and I’m shooting through life like a rocket,” she said, as her mother cried and wiped tears from her eyes.—Unidentified Jane Doe
And “I love my parents,” he said, “and have forgiven them for a lot of the things they did to us.”—John Doe
So ends a horrific chapter in history for these 12 children, they will need ongoing care to dull the sharp painful memories inflicted by their parents. We read about cruel and heinous crimes occurring every day, but when it involves innocent children who have been tortured by their parents it reveals the darker realms of our world.