Vigorously Prosecute Jillian McCabe for the Murder of Her Autistic 6-Year Old

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Faith Duff
5 years ago
She just should of left him to someone or dropped of f to firefighters and a stranger for that matter

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Mia Choe
5 years ago
I have a brother that is Autistic and stress is not an excuse to throw him from a bridge. This is ridiculous...

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Abi Evans
5 years ago
I am autistic, and I do not deserve to be murdered for who I am. Neither did London.

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maria Bieker
5 years ago
not parent should kill their child and get away with it, no child should die and not get justice

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stephanie scott
5 years ago
My son is autistic who would ever do that to their child for autisim I love my son

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Christy Walk
5 years ago
As an autistic adult, this really saddens my heart. London should never have been murdered. Hope his mom stays in jail, because there is never, ever, EVER an excuse to kill an autistic child. It is really heartbreaking that he has passed away. Not only does this sadden my heart, but this really makes me mad.

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Jeffrey Jennings
5 years ago
Someone should throw this horrendous mother from a bridge as well! This poor kid would have been welcomed in so many households.

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Elizabeth Crowner
5 years ago
I wasn't even aware that murders could be prosecuted differently depending on someone's state of disability - what happened to murder being murder? There are NUMEROUS support groups for caregivers, and it is up to them to get the help and support they need. It is NOT the fault of the disabled person, and this killing should not be excused. To do any less is to proclaim disabled people "less valuable" human beings. What rubbish.

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jill trevino
6 years ago
I have ason whose autistic, 29 big fear a caregiver will hurt him after I die. I never thought about that ever. hes a part ofme. if she didn't want him she could have took him to a hospital and gave him. She needs life in prison.

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Lisa Hancock
6 years ago
As a mom of a special needs son... this should never have been an option for her. Resources should be made available for caregivers as well as patients.