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Oh God. Horrified. ~LA


Mon Dieu. Talk about slicker than a speeding slime-ball. I was tempted to cope and paste the legal document to remind her who she is. Horrific actually beyond words.


"a very kind, loving and gentle soul who's very honest" indeed. She did, however, neglect to reveal why she's incarcerated. A regular Mother Theresa.

I don't think these slimeballs should have the right to run personal ads. What's up with that? They're in PRISON, for crying out loud.


After reading that I literally felt sick to my stomach. It's a shame that the inmates in this country have better food, healthcare, education, job training and all around better living conditions than a whole lot of decent people do. Pen pal, I think not.


These kinds of stories make me physically ill. Our society is going out of its mind.


What an amazing young woman!
The kind you wish you could have for a best friend!


I kind of wish we could invite her for coffee.


Jesus. :::hurl:::


I know some people I'd really love her to have coffee with, but then again they would probably strike up a friendship and that would not be for MY benefit! LOL


You mean invite her for coffee and arsenic cookies, right?


Hey Lis, not all of us are "crime hags". A little warning that "graphic violence against children" to follow, would have been appreciated.

I hope this bee-yotch gets exactly what she deserves.


Sorry about that, Sarah. I'll put a warning up top.


There was an article written about Stella not long ago.


It pretty much sums up what Stella & her boyfriend really are; monsters who should never walk the streets ever again.


another famous mom had an ad, she too is loving,tender......yuck!

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