“We’re gonna nip this shit in the bud”

OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma woman convicted of using a counterfeit check has received a reduced sentence after getting medically sterilized at the suggestion of the judge. The Oklahoman reports that U.S. District Judge Stephen Friot showed leniency to 34-year-old Summer Thyme Creel during her sentencing Thursday because she had surgery to prevent pregnancies.

Friot had suggested the medical procedure in a June order, noting that Creel had relinquished her parental rights to six of her seven children.
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7 Responses to “We’re gonna nip this shit in the bud”

  1. Exile1981 says:

    I have no problem sterilizing people who are consistantly producing addict babies.

    Also per the story they argued that the judge would never have asked a man the same thing…..duh, of course not. Biologically the man is done once conception is over. If a guy drinks duringvthe pregnancy it doesn’t directly effect the fetis… unlike this women meth addict does when she uses.

    Socially a mans job just begins after conception. He has a social and moral responsibility to said child and to the female carrying his child.

    Now I know guys at work that have 5+ kids all with different baby momas. They need to be snipped as they have no interest in their responsibilities and the mom’s have all ended up on the public dole.

  2. Winston Smith says:

    THIS is how its done. Except that you catch them before jr hi when they are doing just minor felonies.

    Tell me again why we shouldn’t be providing free abortion and sterilizations in the hoods and barrios…..

  3. Michael in Nelson says:

    Seven kids? That bud has been well and truely deflowered.

  4. Norplant if you want your welfaire check. That should be manadatory.

  5. Antibubba says:

    Can we lock up her parents?? Naming your child “Summer Thyme” is flat-out child abuse.

  6. Bacon says:

    She obviously shouldn’t breed. Better for everyone, including her kids, if she’s snipped.
    But do we really want the government involved in making decisions about procreation?

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