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Huge twist in the case of a toddler shooting death

In another reminder that social mores is rapidly deteriorating, a mother of five has been charged in connection with the shooting death of her 3-year-old son after allegedly lying to authorities about it.

Dallas police charged 26-year-old Lacravionne Washington with manslaughter and child molestation stemming from the March 28 death of her son, Jalexus Washington Jr. KDFW TV reported on Tuesday.

Washington first told authorities her toddler was shot in the head by a stranger during a traffic incident. After investigating the prosecution, the police found no evidence to support their version of events.

However, officers found evidence that the shot came from inside the car.

An autopsy later also revealed that the toddler had been shot at close range and that the shot could not have come from a passing car.

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Police have not disclosed who they believe pulled the trigger.

To make matters worse, Washington has changed its version of events several times, police say.

According to the arrest affidavit, she initially claimed not to have a gun. However, police found a gun in her glove compartment.

At the time of the shooting, Washington was driving around with two other toddlers, ages 4 and 2, in addition to her 3-year-old son.

There were no child seats in her car, as is required Texas law for children under the age of 8, police say.

Shortly after the shooting, Washington wrote a lengthy social media post mourning her loss.

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“I’m hurt! I’m weak! I’m lost! I’m going crazy! I can’t [bear] this!” she wrote, after which Daily Mail. “My baby! My baby! My baby! My baby! I’m sick! Come back! I need your twin. My baby, y’all!”

She continued, “I’m not fine, I’ll never be fine! I love you so much! you knew that! Lord I’ll never be alright! I can not stand that! Mr! Mr! He was ONLY THREE. Give him BACK!”

Washington then called for prayers and asked for space.

“I’m screwed! I carried you for nine months, my son! There’s no way you can look at me like that!” she wrote. “I was only given three years. Please don’t ask if I’m okay! I’m not doing well! I won’t be okay! MY BABY HAS HIS LAST BREATH IN MY ARMS. Just pray for us! We need it! My baby.”

There is so much wrong with this incident that it’s hard to know where to begin.

First, according to the police report, it is an unfit mother who endangered her young children by not securing them in child seats.

Second, authorities wasted valuable time in a wild goose chase after Washington allegedly lied about a “traffic incident.”

Not only was this a waste of taxpayers’ money, but it also diverted police resources away from actual crime-fighting. This endangers public safety.

Third, Washington’s surviving children seem to be growing up amidst the instability her erratic behavior creates. Eventually, they become a burden on society—unless their lives are miraculously altered by an outside force. But how likely is that?

Our society is collapsing at an alarming rate, prompted in large part by the collapse of the American family.

We are desensitized to senseless violence and a breakdown in civility. Unfortunately, everything indicates that things will only get worse in the coming months and years.

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John Verrall

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