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Woman’s Boyfriend Hid Crack in her Attic: She Got Life in Prison Without Parole

If you don’t think that the War on Drugs has had a terrible impact on American families, you only need to look at the case of Stephanie George.  If your boyfriend is a dope dealer and he hides his crack in your attic without your knowledge, you would expect that the courts would understand.  But even though the judge in Stephanie’s case agreed that she had nothing to do with her boyfriend’s activities, he still took this mother of three away from her kids for the remainder of her natural life.  She was 27 years old at the time.

Even conservatives are starting to admit that mass incarceration is hurting America.  They are saying that it turns non-violent offenders into dangers to society, and it increases the number of criminals because 1 out of very 15 black children has a parent in the penitentiary.   

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13 Responses to Woman’s Boyfriend Hid Crack in her Attic: She Got Life in Prison Without Parole

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  2. Kara Brown

    January 11, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    Okay. “Women’s Boysfriend Hid Crack…” what was the evidence that led the judge to give her a life sentence. Was there testimony showing she was involve in distributing and selling’ was there a surveillance? And you have a boyfriend that’s a drug dealer…putting your own children in danger…crack is a serious illegal drug…I don’t want no part of it and anyone who is dealing with it.

  3. Natasha Lasch

    December 24, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    This is so Wrong. There was a famous case of a woman named Patsy Mcgartle dealing drugs to feed her family. Rather than lock her up and throw the key away. They offered her a deal, give us your supplier you get your life back. So Why is it that even though this judge acknowledged her innocence does she still sit in a cell. It’s a travesty, that judge ought be ashamed.

    • Satchel

      December 25, 2012 at 7:28 pm

      To answer your question Natasha. We don’t know if the judge acknowledged her innocence or not. Let’s say that a 27 yr. old mother of three, gave a drug dealer enough trust to allow him access to her attic, to say nothing of her 3 children without her knowledge. She was or her boyfriend were the only ones that could have prevented this. The life sentence is, in my opinion excessive and should rate an appeal. If she had given up the boyfriend or the boyfriend had given up himself, he would be in jail instead of her. She gangster too, and her children should have chosen a better mother.

  4. Katie

    December 18, 2012 at 1:44 am

    I would like to have knowledge of one white person especially a woman who suffered from the same verdict.Why can’t people see this is racist.Some of us even go along with this unfair sentence.The swords of so called justice swipes us the hardest.Always has been.It was created to keep black people under control and they make money off us at the same time.We need to wake up.Why do you think we are still on the bottom?

  5. Katie

    December 18, 2012 at 1:44 am

    I would like to have knowledge of one white person especially a woman who suffered from the same verdict.Why can’t people see this is racist.Some of us even go along with this unfair sentence.The swords of so called justice swipes us the hardest.Always has been.It was created to keep black people under control and they make money off us at the same time.We need to wake up.Why do you think we are still on the bottom?