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Old 02-17-2009, 08:22 PM   #1
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This is what got me going today

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...cle2233878.ece

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By LUCY HAGAN

Published: 13 Feb 2009
BOY dad Alfie Patten yesterday admitted he does not know how much nappies cost — but said: “I think it’s a lot.”

Baby-faced Alfie, who is 13 but looks more like eight, became a father four days ago when his girlfriend Chantelle Steadman gave birth to 7lb 3oz Maisie Roxanne.

He told how he and Chantelle, 15, decided against an abortion after discovering she was pregnant.


The shy lad, whose voice has not yet broken, said: “I thought it would be good to have a baby.

“I didn’t think about how we would afford it. I don’t really get pocket money. My dad sometimes gives me £10.”

Little family ... Alfie, Chantelle and baby Maisie

Little family ... Alfie, Chantelle and baby Maisie

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Alfie, who is just 4ft tall, added: “When my mum found out, I thought I was going to get in trouble. We wanted to have the baby but were worried how people would react.

“I didn’t know what it would be like to be a dad. I will be good, though, and care for it.”

Alfie's story, broken exclusively by The Sun today has sparked a huge political storm with Tory leader David Cameron saying: "When I saw these pictures this morning, I just thought how worrying that in Britain today children are having children.

"I hope that somehow these children grow up into responsible parents but the truth is parenthood is just not something they should be thinking about right now."
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PM Gordon Brown refused to comment directly on the story but said it was important that the Government did all it could to prevent teenage pregnancies.

Alfie’s dad Dennis yesterday told how the lad does not really understand the enormity of his situation — but seemed desperate to be a devoted and responsible father.

He wanted to be the first to hold Maisie after the hospital birth. He tenderly kisses the baby and gives her a bottle.

And Dennis, 45, said: “He could have shrugged his shoulders and sat at home on his Playstation. But he has been at the hospital every day.”

Maisie was conceived after Chantelle and Alfie — just 12 at the time — had a single night of unprotected sex.

They found out about the baby when Chantelle was 12 weeks pregnant.

But they kept it a secret until six weeks later when Chantelle’s mum Penny, 38, became suspicious about her weight gain and confronted her.

Devoted ... Alfie holds and cuddles Maisie

Devoted ... Alfie holds and cuddles Maisie

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After that Alfie’s family told only those closest to them for fear he would be “demonised” at school.

Chantelle gave birth to Maisie on Monday night after a five-hour labour at Eastbourne Hospital, East Sussex.

Last night she told The Sun: “I’m tired after the birth. I was nervous after going into labour but otherwise I was quite excited.”

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Chantelle told how she discovered she was expecting after going to her GP with “really bad” stomach pains. She said: “Me and Alfie went. The doctor asked me whether we had sex. I said yes and he said I should do a pregnancy test. He did the test and said I was pregnant. I started crying and didn’t know what to do.

“He said I should tell my mum but I was too scared.

“We didn’t think we would need help from our parents. You don’t really think about that when you find out you are pregnant. You just think your parents will kill you.”

But Penny figured out what was going on after buying Chantelle a T-shirt which revealed her swelling tum.

Chantelle admitted she and Alfie — who are both being supported by their parents — would be accused of being grossly irresponsible. She said: “We know we made a mistake but I wouldn’t change it now. We will be good loving parents.

“I have started a church course and I am going to do work experience helping other young mums.

“I’ll be a great mum and Alfie will be a great dad.”

Caring ... Alfie bottle feeds his little daughter

Caring ... Alfie bottle feeds his little daughter

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Chantelle and Maisie were released from hospital yesterday. They are living with Penny, Chantelle’s jobless dad Steve, 43, and her five brothers in a rented council house in Eastbourne. The family live on benefits. Alfie, who lives on an estate across town with mum Nicola, 43, spends most of his time at the Steadmans’ house.

He is allowed to stay overnight and even has a school uniform there so he can go straight to his classes in the morning.

Alfie’s dad, who is separated from Nicola, believes the lad is scared deep down.

He said: “Everyone is telling him things and it’s going round in his head. It hasn’t really dawned on him. He hasn’t got a clue of what the baby means and can’t explain how he feels. All he knows is mum and dad will help.

“When you mention money his eyes look away. And she is reliant on her mum and dad. It’s crazy. They have no idea what lies ahead.”

Dennis, who works for a vehicle recovery firm, described Alfie as “a typical 13-year-old boy”.

He said: “He loves computer games, boxing and Manchester United.” Dennis, who has fathered nine kids, told how he was “gobsmacked” when he discovered Alfie was to be a dad, too.

He said: “When I spoke to him he started crying. He said it was the first time he’d had sex, that he didn’t know what he was doing and of the complications that could come.

“I will talk to him again and it will be the birds and the bees talk. Some may say it’s too late but he needs to understand so there is not another baby.”
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Chantelle’s mum said: “I told her it was lovely to have the baby but I wish it was in different circumstances. We have five children already so it’s a big financial responsibility. But we are a family and will pull together and get through.

“She’s my daughter. I love her and she will want for nothing.”

Last night Michaela Aston, of the anti-abortion Christian charity LIFE, said: “We commend these teenagers for their courage in bringing their child into the world.

“At the same time this is symptomatic of the over-sexualisation of our youngsters and shows the policy of value-free sex education just isn’t working.”

Today Sussex Police and the local council's children services said they have investigated the case and pledged continued support for the young parents.

Britain’s youngest known father is Sean Stewart. He became a dad at 12 when the girl next door, 15-year-old Emma Webster, gave birth in Sharnbrook, Bedford, in 1998. They split six months later.
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Old 02-17-2009, 08:35 PM   #2
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^^^ That's F'd man ^^^
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BRIDGEWATER, N.S. -- "Mommy, don't," were the last words Karissa Boudreau spoke as her mother strangled her to death with a piece of twine in the woods outside of Hebbville, N.S.

Her words were read in court Friday morning from an agreed upon statement of facts as Penny Boudreau, 34, pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of her 12-year-old daughter.

The woman wiped away tears as she was led away from Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Bridgewater, N.S. Boudreau was sentenced to life in prison with no parole for 20 years.

Crown attorney Denise Smith said outside court that Boudreau addressed the packed room for a brief moment.

Smith said Boudreau told the judge she was sorrier than anyone would ever know.

Smith said the agreed statement of facts was difficult for some in the courtroom to hear.

"There were sobs and tears as the facts were read," Smith said.

"The vast majority, except for police investigators and family members, were hearing these things for the first time. The facts are shocking and very difficult piece to hear. There were some visceral reactions to that by way of tears."

Paul Boudreau, Penny's ex-husband and Karissa's father, told reporters outside the courtroom, said he was sickened.

"Communities and families have been torn apart by this. I can't call it anything but a senseless act. The options were there, and you know for a parent to make that decision, I still can't comprehend it."

Crown attorney Paul Scovil also called Karissa's death "senseless," a murder the likes of which he had never dealt with in his nearly 30 years as a lawyer.

He said that he was glad Boudreau had decided to enter a guilty plea, which spared the community a trial that could have stretched on for months.

Boudreau was charged in June, 2008, after what is fast becoming a very successful police practice - undercover officers posing as members of a crime syndicate promised to help Boudreau out of her problems with the law if she would tell them that she murdered her daughter and how she did it.

Two days before her June 13, 2008 arrest, she did just that, telling the highest member of the crime syndicate, who was actually a police officer, the details of her crime.

"When she was confronted with the admission she had made to an undercover police officer she provided the police with a ... statement admitting her acts," said Smith - the Crown lawyer.

Boudreau's common-law spouse, Vernon MacCumber, was not present for the plea, Smith said, adding he had no way of knowing Boudreau would take Karissa's life when he told her shortly before the murder that Boudreau had to choose between keeping Karissa or him.

Boudreau reported her daughter Karissa missing Jan. 27, 2008 sparking massive searches across the Bridgewater area.

Boudreau told police she had an argument with her daughter in a grocery store parking lot. She then claimed she left her daughter in the car as she bought some juice and bacon inside. When she returned, Karissa was gone, she said.

Karissa had been living with her mother and MacCumber, in a two-bedroom apartment in Bridgewater, a town of 8,000 some 100 kilometres southeast of Halifax.

Tensions between the mother and daughter had run high ever since Karissa had moved from her father's house in Shelburne County in November, 2007.

MacCumber, according to the statement of facts, had told Boudreau that living in their apartment felt cramped with her daughter around.

Boudreau then decided to kill her daughter, court heard.

She drove her daughter to a Sobey's parking lot and left her in the car while she went in. While inside, she phoned her boyfriend to say Karissa was missing. Boudreau then drove to nearby Hebbville, where she chased her daughter out of the red Dodge Neon, forced her to the ground, and choked her with a piece of twine.

Court heard she could feel her daughter struggling beneath her.

With her daughter's body slumped over in the front seat of her car, Boudreau drove to a Tim Horton's and threw out the twine in a coffee cup. She then drove to the LaHave River and disposed of Karissa's body, court heard.

The search for Karissa sprawled around the region, as RCMP dive teams scoured nearby rivers while a helicopter from the Department of Natural Resources patrolled the air, looking for any sign of the missing sixth-grader.

OnFeb. 9, 2008, a nine-year-old boy travelling with his parents stopped to urinate by the side of a road when he noticed what looked like toes sticking out from the snow along the banks of the LaHave River.

Police were called to the scene, where Karissa was found in a pink T-shirt, her pants and underwear pulled down around her legs. Boudreau said she had tried to make Karissa's death look like a sexual assault.

An autopsy revealed that Karissa had died from asphyxiation, with bruises from the twine around her neck.

On Feb. 14, neighbours heard Boudreau and MacCumber arguing vehemently, with MacCumber repeating "Penn, Penn, c'mon speak Penn. How could you do this, how could you do this? I don't understand, you got me involved."

Following a massive investigation into Karissa's death, police arrested Boudreau in Halifax on June 13, 2008, and charged her with the first-degree murder.

RCMP Sgt. Mark Gallagher said Friday that the success of the case is an example of the co-operation between the Mounties and the Bridgewater police in this murder investigation.

"Of course, first and foremost, our sympathies go out to the families for their loss," he said. "We hope that this will at least help them obtain some closure."

RCMP District Commander Mark Furey called it a "very successful investigation" in which "various covert investigation tactics were applied."

Mark MacLeod, principal at Bridgewater Elementary School, said he found the details surrounding the murder of Karissa, a former student, "gory and disturbing."

"It has been quiet in the community, but it's been on people's minds, of course," he said. "We all wondered, ‘Could a mum have done something like that?' Today, we found out that it could happen. It will be disturbing for the community for some time to come."

MacLeod described Karissa as a "great kid." He said he also knew Penny and was shocked with the rest of the community when she was charged four months after her daughter went missing.

"Even though we heard all the details about Karissa's murder today, we didn't want to hear them," MacLeod said. "Bridgewater will never get over it. Closure will eventually come, but in terms of families and mums, it's going to stay awhile."
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oh man, those 2 stories are horrible

the murder one is worse, but the kid daddy...
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Old 02-17-2009, 09:26 PM   #4
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since when do you spell mom "mum"?
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Old 02-17-2009, 09:36 PM   #5
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^^ The original article is from the UK.

The 13 year old father is at least a week old. There has been other developing stories regarding his kid.

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Both Richard Goodsell, 16, and 14-year-old Tyler Barker who live close to the Stedmans in Eastbourne, East Sussex, have claimed paternity.
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Trainee chef Richard has said he had sex at least three times with Chantelle around the time she became pregnant.

'I know I could be the father, he said. 'Everyone thinks I am. My friends all tell me that baby has my eyes - even my mum thinks so.'

Meanwhile, Tyler said: 'I slept with Chantelle about nine months ago and I'm really worried I could be the father. I hope it's not me. All my mates have been teasing me about it but this isn't funny, it's serious.'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ay-truant.html

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Old 02-17-2009, 09:42 PM   #6
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^^ The original article is from the UK.
not the second one
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not the second one
It says "mommy" in the second one
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i was talking to the brother of the woman that was shot with her kid in the car about 4 hrs before it happened...wtf
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Hi, welcome to the VIC. It's not a repost here Mr. Florida.
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Hi, welcome to the VIC. It's not a repost here Mr. Florida.
I don't think Floridians know what or where CANADA is...
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I don't think Floridians know what or where CANADA is...
They're too busy playing lawn bowling in their white pants and white shoes.

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sandals and black socks...
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Both Richard Goodsell, 16, and 14-year-old Tyler Barker who live close to the Stedmans in Eastbourne, East Sussex, have claimed paternity.

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Trainee chef Richard has said he had sex at least three times with Chantelle around the time she became pregnant.

'I know I could be the father, he said. 'Everyone thinks I am. My friends all tell me that baby has my eyes - even my mum thinks so.'

Meanwhile, Tyler said: 'I slept with Chantelle about nine months ago and I'm really worried I could be the father. I hope it's not me. All my mates have been teasing me about it but this isn't funny, it's serious.'
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MAURY!!! MAURY!!! MAURY!!!!
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This is my WTF of the day

http://www.thestar.com/GTA/Crime/article/589364

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York police arrested 70 people after breaking up an alleged cockfighting ring in an East Gwillimbury barn Saturday.

"We caught people right in the middle of the action. They were literally crowded around a cockpit as two birds were fighting," said York police Det. Sgt. Dieter Boeheim.

Polcie believe the fight was part of a ring that attracted participants from Toronto, across southern Ontario, and at least one person from Quebec.

The bust occurred after the Ontario SPCA received an anonymous call reporting animal cruelty at a home on Hwy. 48. The residents, Danilo Patawaran, 52, and Deanna Patawaran, 46, were identified as being the organizers of the event. The pair face numerous charges including keeping a cockpit and keeping a betting house.

They are scheduled to appear in a Newmarket court on March 18.

The remaining 68 people were charged with causing unnecessary suffering and being found in a common betting house. The maximum penalty upon conviction for animal cruelty charges is 5 years in jail.

When investigators searched the property early Sunday morning, they found 74 live roosters and six dead.

"We have no indication of how long it was going on for, but there is evidence that there were previous fights this group attended," said Boeheim.

The SPCA seized the roosters and had the birds euthanized by a vet Sunday, said Kristin Williams, spokesperson for the OSPCA.

Williams said roosters used in cockfighting are often selected because of their breeding and aggression and enhanced with steroids.

She believes police arrived in the early stages of what may have been a daylong or weekend-long event.

Blood sport, using dogs or roosters for fighting, is fairly common, Williams said, adding it's not geographically specific and happens across the province.

"What's startling to many about this case is that it happened in their backyard, it's not a very rural community, just north on Highway 48."
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I don't get why the other 2 kids would come out and say they might be the father...?
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Hey guys..just wanted to apologize, I had just clicked recent threads yesterday and assumed I was in general...anyways, sorry.
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Hey guys..just wanted to apologize, I had just clicked recent threads yesterday and assumed I was in general...anyways, sorry.
Well you're already here, post something interesting

Here's my WTF of the day http://www.theprovince.com/news/Form...813/story.html
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My WTF of the day... 2 kids abusing a cat on video

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I'm sorry but i have 2 cats
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lol where's the RCMP? why wasnt the woman tazed to death?
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Good WTF.

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“He took her hand and put in on his penis and said, ‘Does that feel good.’ Then he masturbated and ejaculated, with some of the ejaculate ending up on her medical gown.”

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DNA evidence from the gown linked Alcock to the assault

The name matches the assault?
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Here's my WTF of the day http://www.theprovince.com/news/Form...813/story.html

Semaj is taking notes "do not leave semaj evidence".
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Wow.. that's definitely WTF. Now we know what goes on in the hospital!

For some strange reason the old man who has a thing for chris on family guy comes to mind when he says "Does that feel good?"
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