Balance wrote: ↑
Tue May 29, 2018 9:06 am
Shall we just wait to find out what happened...
Actually, there's very clear patterns to male supremacist/domestic violence. You may not know much about them but having buried two children to a man that behaves in this way in private, I can very clearly recognise supremacist violence when I see it.
I am sorry for your loss; no parent should have to bury their children.
I think your comments seemed too hasty, at the time, given that there was little more than rumour and gossip about what went on in their home.
Now that evidence has been presented, we are clearer about the abuse Sophie suffered. She was tortured for months before her death, however, BOTH the MAN and WOMAN were found guilty.
The woman was apparently diagnosed with mental health problems...so is that an excuse? No. She should, and ought to, have sought help, however, she instead chose to be complicit in most evil acts. Her two children will be without their mother: and that is totally her fault. She doesn't get a 'pass' because she is a woman. Woman are responsible for their actions.
Sophie Lionnet had her young life taken, and two children will have to come to terms with what their mother did.
Let's remember what is important, please.