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Joseph Warnock Takes Responsibility For Killing Angie, but Stuart Showalter Still Blames Her

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As Stuart Showalter, head of “Boone County Fathers,”  pimps his “shared parenting” bill and prepares for the next legislature session, in which his lackey, State Sen. Dennis Kruse (R-Auburn), will present the bill again, he continues to (in the comments in the Star) blame Angie for her death.  From the Indianapolis Star:

Next year Hoosier lawmakers will have an opportunity to initiate policies that will benefit our children. Currently Indiana family law court judges order fathers out of their children’s lives in about 80 percent of divorces without providing a reason unless specifically requested to do so. State Sen. Dennis Kruse, R-Auburn, plans to reintroduce a shared-parenting bill that would require judges to presume that both parents are fit to continue raising their children together after a dissolution and to enter specific findings as to why shared parenting is not in the child’s best interest if it is not ordered.

There probably would not have been enough of a reason (especially in the eyes of the father’s rights-leaning judges here) to not give Joseph Warnock shared parenting if this bill was in effect.  Even so, the “shared parenting” advocates believe that even a violent father is better than no father at all.  If shared parenting had been granted, then Joseph could have always taken the girls and himself out of the picture as many fathers have lately, killing themselves and their children to keep them from their mothers. 

From theindychannel.com:

Man Admits Fatally Stabbing Wife In Front Of Children

Joseph Warnock Agrees To 55-Year Sentence

POSTED: 11:52 am EDT September 3, 2009

BROWNSBURG, Ind. — A man charged in the June stabbing death of his wife pleaded guilty Thursday to her murder.  Joseph Warnock, 41, admitted killing his wife, Angela Warnock, 38, in front of the couple’s two children at her home.  Warnock agreed to a 55-year prison sentence, but he still faces an official sentencing hearing, which is set for Oct. 9 at the Hendricks County Courthouse.

Angela Warnock’s body was found in her bed. The couple had separated in May, and her friends told 6News in June that she was planning to move away with the children, ages 8 and 12.

Joseph Warnock forced his way into the home before the stabbing, and the children called 911 to tell police what they had just witnessed.  He was found several hours after the killings, sitting on the side of a road near the home.

See also:  The Shared Parenting Disaster: Don’t Let This Happen To Indiana, Former NeoNazi/Skinhead Fights for Boone County Fathers While Blasting Mothers, and Angie Warnock is Blamed for Her Own Death

 

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  1. What do you expect from a white supremacist with an obvious borderline personality disorder. At least the killer husband has “manned” up

    mamaliberty

    September 4, 2009 at 8:42 am

  2. Currently Indiana family law court judges order fathers out of their children’s lives in about 80 percent of divorces

    That is the silliest shit I’ve ever heard. Let’s rephrase:

    The Indiana family law court judges allow women to continue to be the primary caregivers that they have been, while few men object, and those who do, weren’t doing 80% of the damn work with the children anyway.

    RJ

    September 24, 2009 at 12:52 pm


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