Hyphernkemberly Dorvilier

Hyphernkemberly Dorvilier will spend the next 30 years of her life in prison for setting her newborn daughter on fire and leaving her to die in the middle of a street.

Dorvilier, of New Jersey, plead guilty to aggravated manslaughter in February. Prosecutors say the 23-year-old admitted dousing her newborn daughter with lighter fluid and using a lighter to set her on fire in January 2015.

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Romechia Simms

A Maryland mother who pushed her 2-year-old son on a swing for 2 days until he died is not “criminally responsible” for her son’s death.

Romechia Simms, 25, was indicted for manslaughter and child abuse in the May 22nd death of her 3-year-old son Ji’Aire.

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Obama crying

On Tuesday U.S. President Obama announced the 1st step of his comprehensive plan to disarm law abiding American citizens.

As part of his executive order expanding background checks for gun buyers, Obama is ordering doctors to report their patients to the government if they have depression or “subnormal intelligence.”

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A New York woman is suing the NYPD for putting her in a mental hospital against her will.

Kamilah Brock, 32, claims she was sitting behind the wheel of her 2003 BMW C25i at a red light when she was approached by an officer who asked her why she was driving without both hands on the wheel.

Brock told the officer she was dancing while sitting at the red light.

She was arrested and taken to the police precinct. Cops released her a few hours later with no charges.

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Vester Flanagan

The man who executed 2 Virginia journalists on live TV was a mentally unbalanced narcissist who decorated his refrigerator with pictures of himself.

Vester Lee Flanagan, 41, shot and killed former co-workers, WDBJ-TV reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27 in cold blood during a live TV news broadcast early Wednesday morning.

He later turned the gun on himself following a brief police chase on I-66.

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Neuvisuals

UPDATE: Late Sunday night I received emails from friends of an artist who expressed suicidal ideations on his public social media page. I published one of the emails after the break.

I also receiving an email from the artist accusing me of making him feel “extremely uncomfortable” and invading his privacy.

I wrote this post with the best of intentions which was to get the word out to someone close to him in the hopes that they would intercede and get him the help that he needs.

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transsexual military pilot Ortega

American President Barack Obama plans to cut 40,000 troops from the Army’s ranks over the next two years.

At the same time, all branches of the military are preparing to lift the ban on transgender, cross-dressing soldiers serving in the military.

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Chris Brown

Singer Chris Brown will probably attempt suicide one of these days. I know that sounds harsh, but we have to accept reality when dealing with the mentally ill.

Brown, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety during a court-ordered hold at a psychiatric facility, is quickly spiraling downward.

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Kristoff St John and son Julian SPL

Young and the Restless star Kristoff St. John and his ex-wife, Mia, are suing a mental health facility for negligence in the death of their mentally ill son, Julian, 24.

Julian, who was diagnosed with Schizophrenia at a young age, was found in a bathroom at La Casa Psychiatric Health Facility with a plastic bag over his head on November 23, 2014.

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