Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Nanny arrested in baby-shaking case sues hidden camera maker

How dare you invade my right to privacy when I'm abusing someone elses child. Only in America would a court actually sit through this shit.

A former nanny arrested after a hidden camera caught her appearing to shake a baby she was caring for is suing the camera system's manufacturer.

Damn you technology!

Charges were dropped against Claudia Muro because of questions about the accuracy of the camera in the 2003 incident involving the five-month-old infant in Florida. The footage was broadcast across the country.

The shaking was really just the nanny's way of recreating Disneyworld rides.

When they dismissed the charges last March, prosecutors said experts they'd consulted concluded the footage was not reliable because its tape was time-lapsed -- meaning the movements that appeared to be shaking might not have actually been as violent as they appeared.

This is exactly why, when I babysit, I take the child outside to beat the crap out of it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is one of the sickest stories I've read and what's wrong with our Judicial system...why didn't they tell her to get the fuck out of the court

June 16, 2006 11:07 AM  

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