>What The Hell? (Part 3)

>Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more heinous…

A man has been indicted for allegedly pushing his 4-year-old daughter to her death from a cliff 120 feet above the Pacific Ocean so he wouldn’t have to pay child support.

Cameron John Brown, 42, pleaded not guilty to the charge of murdering Lauren Key. The district attorney’s office said prosecutors will decide later whether they intend to seek the death penalty.

He has been jailed since his arrest in November, when charges were initially filed in the case. The indictment, unsealed Monday, supersedes the earlier charges and means the case can proceed to trial without a preliminary hearing.

The little girl died Nov. 8, 2000, on Palos Verdes Peninsula, where Brown claimed she had slipped as they hiked to a spot high above the ocean called Inspiration Point, officials said.

Unbelievable. Where does your soul go when you do something like this? Does it just fly out of the person’s body and go off somewhere to wait, refusing to participate?

A guy who’d do something like this couldn’t have a soul. This is one of the cruelest things I’ve ever heard of.

AZ Central.com: Girl allegedly pushed off cliff over child support

3 thoughts on “>What The Hell? (Part 3)

  1. >Well, I say he should have jumped. That way he wouldn't have had to pay child support and the world would be rid of one more sick asshole. Although it's been a while ago, my prayers go out for the little angel whose life was cut way too short.

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  2. >ironic as this may sound, i had just made out a check to pay my child support and to read this is disheartening. ditto, to juan's thoughts and prayers to the little angel.the death penalty is NOT good enough for this bastard!

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  3. >I remember when my sister and I went up to Inspiration Point, but all we did was make out. Ah, last week…I remember it well. Hey, we're from Arkansas – don't judge me.Sorry, this story is so unnerving that only humor can mask the incredible grief I feel. There are, however, angels in Ethiopia that you can actually save!www.ahopeforchildren.org

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