Mom Kills 12-Year-Old Daughter For Having Sex

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Mom Allegedly Kills 12-Year-Old Daughter For Having Sex Daughter Reportedly Forced To Drink Bleach POSTED: 7:12 am EST January 17, 2005 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – A woman angry with her 12-year-old daughter for having sex forced the girl to drink bleach and sat on her until the child died, a police detective said. The girl’s 9-year-old brother was forced to watch the attack, Detective Warren Cotton testified Thursday in a preliminary hearing for Tunisia Archie, 31. Archie is charged with capital murder in the asphyxiation death of her daughter Jasmine. If convicted, she could be sentenced to death or life in prison without parole. Cotton said Archie, who has been jailed without bond since shortly after her daughter’s Nov. 26 death, told authorities she was disturbed because “her daughter told her that she was no longer a virgin.” She said she poured bleach into Jasmine’s mouth and the child vomited, he said, then sat on her until she stopped breathing, Cotton testified. Archie forced Jasmine’s 9-year-old brother Jacorey to watch the attack and “told him that if he shed a tear that she was going to kill him, too,” Cotton testified.

Got one more…mother of the year award goes to:

Mom who cut off her 10 month year old baby’s arms.

Jan. 22, 2005, 11:21AM Attorney: Mom who cut off baby’s arms unfit for trial Associated Press DALLAS – A court-appointed psychiatrist has found a woman accused of killing her 10-month-old baby by cutting off her arms unfit for trial, her attorney said. Psychiatrist David Self determined that Dena Schlosser, 35, suffers from bipolar disorder and postpartum onset, said her attorney, David Haynes. The psychiatrist also said shunts implanted in Schlosser’s brain during a series of childhood surgeries for hydrocephalus could have contributed to her actions. Schlosser, a housewife with a history of mental illness, was charged with capital murder Nov. 22 after she told a 911 operator that she had severed baby Margaret’s arms. Police and paramedics found Dena Schlosser in her living room, covered in blood and still holding a knife. Haynes said Self wrote in his report that Schlosser could become competent if she receives the proper treatment. A jury will decide Feb. 14 whether Schlosser is fit to stand trial. “I think he did a good, thorough job,” Haynes said in today’s Dallas Morning News. “We believe a jury will be convinced she is not competent.” The newspaper could not reach Self for comment. Prosecutors declined to comment on the report. Schlosser’s stepfather, Mick Macaulay, a mental health counselor in Canada, said Self reached the right decision. Macaulay said he and Schlosser’s mother “believe she is unable to understand the magnitude and the reality of what is happening.” Medical records show Schlosser was diagnosed with postpartum psychosis last January after she gave birth to Margaret. They also show she tried to kill herself the day after the baby was born. Schlosser’s two surviving daughters, ages 6 and 9, were returned to their father this week after living in foster care since their mother’s November arrest.