Conviction Upheld in Murder by Veganism
Abortion isn’t the only means moonbats have of killing children. There is also veganism — although it has the shortcoming that it can subject progressive parents to justice:
Georgia’s top court on Monday upheld the conviction and life sentence against an Atlanta vegan couple over the death of their malnourished 6-week-old boy, who was fed a diet largely consisting of soy milk and apple juice.
The Georgia Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling rejected appeals by Jade Sanders and Lamont Thomas, who were convicted and sentenced after a jury found them guilty of malice murder, felony murder, involuntary manslaughter and cruelty to children for the April 2004 death of Crown Shakur.
As reported earlier, Crown died of malnutrition, weighing an appalling 3.5 pounds. Grown moonbats may be able to subsist on fruit, vegetables, and sanctimony, but subjecting a developing child to such an unnatural diet is criminal abuse, as Presiding Justice George Carley wisely ruled.
On a tip from VunderBob. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.