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Woman pleads guilty to poisoning husband with eye drops
January 17, 2020
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Mr. Know It All
Her lawyers in court said Lana Clayton was a good person having worked as a Veterans Affairs nurse in Charlotte." Well then she knew full well what drinking eye drops would do to her husband. And no, she is not a good person.
She'll get a few years in prison, and that's about it. My wife worked with a woman who shot her husband to death. She said he was beating her, but there were no records of her ever calling the police on him, no marks on her body other than some superficial bruising that could have been self inflicted, and no witnesses to step forward saying she had complained of the abuse in the past. She got 8 years but served only 5. There's a huge double standard for women who kill their husbands. It's sad.
I always find it amazing that when a man kills his spouse, the media will portray him as a monster and vilify all men for his behavior. But when a woman kills her spouse, she was 'abused as a child' and claims her husband abused her. And of course, she never meant to really kill him.
News flash for the woke media: if you truly believe in equality, then start treating men and women equally. You are undermining your own narrative with these types of news reports.
"Why, yes dear, those jeans make you look skinny and younger."
Why was a plea deal entertained by the court or the prosecutor?
Her lawyer said she was a good person. – Man, I didn’t know a murderer was a “good person”. That’s how credible some lawyers are.
From now on I get my own water.
" She attempted to kill herself during the investigation in August 2018."
Did she forget that eye drops worked?
I don't know if the guy was abusive or not. But it's pure evil to do something like this, and watch him suffer for 3 days, not doing anything. A creepy kind of cruelty.
She had a good paying job , if she was being abused , she could have walked away . It's not like she had several children and no income. She knew exactly what she was doing .
Uh, would this not be premeditated murder? If it were the husband doing this to the wife, in this era of "Me, Too" I fully expect he would have been sentenced to death? Sure doesn't seem right, does it?
Words Fail Me
I’m hiding the eye drops.
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