Monster CNA Charged With Murder By Windshield - page 2

HORRIBLE This does not help improve public images of caregivers. 7:29 p.m. EST March 7, 2002 Man Lives 2 Days Stuck In Windshield Hit-And-Run Victim Eventually Dies In... Read More

  1. by   Cascadians
    The story is actually getting worse as more details emerge.

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/fr...s?q=1&&page=51
    [Fort Worth] Police Report: Hit-Run Suspect Told Friends 'I Hit This White Man'

    FORT WORTH, Texas The woman accused of leaving ahit-and-run victimto bleed to death in the windshield of her car giggled several months later as she told friends, "I hitthis white man," according to the police report filed against her. ...

    "Authorities say they got several new details from a tipster on Feb. 25, leading to Mallard's arrest on Wednesday, including an account that she parked the car with the wounded man stuck in the glass, went inside and had sex with her boyfriend, then returned with him to the garage to survey the situation. ...
  2. by   SICU Queen
    I am just speechless.
  3. by   oramar
    On the news they are saying now that the man only lived 4 or 5 hours instead of a few days. Oh geez, I feel a lot better now that I know he only begged for help for a few hours instead of a few days.
  4. by   night owl
    dawngloves, This beast had a job in helping to take care of the sick, maybe saving some lives. One night she goes out, gets drunk and high on ecstacy and {{{BAM}}}drives home with a person in her windshield and leaves him to die over a period of days, never once did she try to help him even after she sobered up. Some caregiver...Sheesh...I guess this gives the phrase "burned out" a whole new meaning. I wonder what it was like to work with her??? The people she worked with are probably now saying,"I knew there was something wrong with her, but couldn't quite figure out what it was..." hmmmmm...
  5. by   dawngloves
    nightowl.
    You know, we would have conversations at work about who we thought would go over the edge first.
    I wonder if her co workers would have guessed her?
  6. by   SharonH, RN
    Ick! Ick! Ick! The fact that this person was a nursing assistant is NOT revelant at all! Being a CNA did not cause her to do what she did, it was the drugs, the booze, and the lack of morals and a conscience. I think most sane people would agree on this.
    Last edit by SharonMH31 on Mar 8, '02
  7. by   meribelle
    Can't fathom anyone letting someone die like that or any way for that matter. I do think that she will be remembered as the nurse assistant that did this and jury would find be much harsher on her due to the fact that she has a medical background and knowingly waited for him to die. Did she think that he was just going to get up and walk away. Dah. There is no excuse for this kind of behavior, drugs or not. Good case for 1st degree murder, premeditation possibly.
  8. by   mario_ragucci
    journalism or sensationalism?
  9. by   night owl
    Lighten up SharonMH31, I'm sane and I would agree, but no one said because she was a nursing assistant is what caused her to do this horrendous crime. I was just saying how she "cared" for people to make a living and then goes out to party one night and does this and after a couple of days still has him in the windshield of her car "not caring" at all what happened to him. What caring person would do this kind of thing??? NONE! She couldn't have been very caring at her job now that you think about it. She had enough sense though to hide the car in the garage where no one could see anything. Why didn't she drive to the nearest payphone to call 911??? There's a whole lot more "wrong" with her than just booze and drugs! She didn't want to get caught #1, driving drunk #2 driving under the influence of drugs #3 hit and run #4 leaving the scene of an accident and what ever else she was to be charged with and probably loss of her driver's license. NOW, she'll be charged with voluntary manslaughter because she chose to leave him hidden in the garage to die rather than getting him help and then had her sicko friends help her dispose his body... in the park?
    hmmmm....at least now she won't have to worry about driving for a loooooooong...more like loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooog
    time.
  10. by   night owl
    Hey Mario,
    Like that website!
  11. by   meribelle
    Mario is so creative !
  12. by   NurseDennie
    I agree with you Sharon! Would they be trumpeting her work if she was a cafeteria lady, or a newspaper reporter or something besides nursing related???

    She's obviously ... well, I can't even say what. Nuts, crazy, evil, retarded?

    Love

    Dennie
  13. by   AZBRONXBABY
    This is such a horribly sad story...Makes me really angry that this "person" (I use the term loosely) will not only be remembered for such a vulgar act, but that she has cast such a bad light on a wonderful profession. The fact that she killed this man has nothing to do with the fact that she was a CNA, just a rotten excuse for a human. Unfortunately, they'll classify her as a "killer cna" which makes it harder for the rest of us to continue on and work our tails off and care about our patients...it won't stop us, just makes it harder....how unbelievably sad, all around...

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