Child in hot car hoax?

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Is this another noble hoax? Another story, another nameless court, nameless judge. Why let facts get in the way of a good cause psyOp?

A Milton woman has been convicted of failing to provide the necessities of life after her grandson died because she forgot him in a sweltering car this summer.

Court records show that Leslie MacDonald, 52, pleaded guilty to the crime earlier this month and the judge accepted a recommendation from both the Crown and defence for a suspended sentence plus two years of probation.

via Milton grandma sentenced for grandson’s death after being left for a day in a sweltering car | Toronto Star.

5 thoughts on “Child in hot car hoax?

  1. tsisageya

    No parent, or grandparent, would EVER forget a child in the back seat. EVER.

    …unless they’re mentally retarded, in which case they shouldn’t be driving.

  2. lux

    This may seem like an off-the-wall comment but I suspect that the purpose of this and other similar psy-ops has to do with the car’s tinted windows mentioned in the article. If you search for news stories about children being left in cars you often see mention of the car having tinted windows which may have prevented anyone from noticing the child was there.

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    Stories like this can be used to prepare the public for legislation outlawing tinted windows and thus another loss of a tiny bit of remaining privacy rights.

  3. JohnnyClues

    “Maximus’ parents wrote in an obituary notice that “he was a boy who would always pick a flower for his parents whenever he saw one.”

    Feels like Deja Vu as I seen this type of sentence in many suspicious story

    Also, maybe it’s just me, but I have a very hard time believing this grandmother would forget about her grandson….most grandparents I know are always extremely focused and giving lots of attention to their grandchildren, not forgetting they are even there….smells……smells real bad imo.

  4. JohnnyClues

    Sadly it seems we are always being lied to for the most part, so I tend to be suspicious nowadays, I was not there, so I wouldn’t know….but in my opinion….this part of the story seems suspicious when I read it once.

    ” But after picking up Maximus, who was a month shy of his second birthday, at her daughter’s house, buckling him into his car seat and driving away, she said she didn’t stop at the daycare, instead driving to her own house, mistakenly thinking she had already dropped him off.

    She had worked the previous night so she went to sleep, and even when MacDonald, who is deaf, moved her car in the middle of the day she didn’t notice the boy in the back of her car, which had heavily tinted windows.

    Around 5 p.m. MacDonald said she went to pick up Maximus at daycare, but when she arrived she was told he never arrived, and it was only when she went back to her car that she discovered her grandson, dead in the back seat.

    MacDonald said she drove back to the Huyskens’ home, where her daughter grabbed Maximus out of the car. Paramedics were called, but according to the agreed statements of facts, by that time there was nothing they could do.”

    It’s possible I guess, but I frowned the whole time I read the story, also, The Toronto Star has reported other very iffy stories in the past…..just my 2 cents.

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