Suspected Racist, Angela Norman, was sentenced to nine years this past Thursday for allowing her disabled 14-year-old daughter to starve to death. Her daughter, Makayla Norman, a non-white teen, was only 28 lbs. when she died.
Three health-care professionals are also facing charges for her death. They were responsible for her care yet falsified reports so they could receive income and credit for care they did not provide. Apparently, this is a common practice within the medical industry. Usually, the guardian or parent of the patient is complicit in the fraud.
Since we’re under the System of Racism (White Supremacy), and four white women are found guilty for crimes relating to the death of a non-white youth, the System must spring into action in order to mitigate the damage done to the infallible and delicate image of women who classify themselves as “white”. Purportedly to provide insight into this case, the Suspected Racists at Dayton Daily News (DDN) interview, and most importantly photograph, a black female nurse. She goes on to detail how she, too, defrauded her employer. Even though the black female was never charged with anyone’s death like the aforementioned white women, it’s as if she is presented as authority on this type of crime. See? The real criminal speaks. Yet, it was the mother’s willful and depraved neglect that is at the heart of this heinous crime.
The nurses, while allegedly involved in the crime, could not have conceived of the mother neglecting her daughter to this degree. If it weren’t so important to attach a black person to this crime, DDN probably would have interviewed the owner of one of these “health care” companies, perhaps a competitor even, to discuss how these businesses operate or how employees could possibly defraud the system. Even better, DDN could have interviewed a psychiatrist to explain such anti-social behavior of all the parties involved.
Below is an excerpt from another article:
Makayla Norman, who had cerebral palsy, was covered in bedsores, living in filth and starved to the point that she looked more like a skeleton than a teenager when she died March 1, 2011, just minutes after medics got her to Children’s Medical Center of Dayton.
Also of note, the Victim’s attempted father is filing a wrongful death suit against the two health-care companies which employed the indicted nurses.