Thursday, May 31, 2012

Indianapolis: CHRISTY SHAFFER steals a Mothers Infant, Murders Infant And Walks Free

I want you to look at theses Photos, read the narrative KNOW THAT Christy Shaffer her Husband were NEVER CHARGED for Murder Please visit Alissa Cries For Justice Website to Find out how You can Demand Justice For this little Girl and Her Mother.

Alissa was taken from her mommy after her father died in car crash. Babies Belong with their mommies. Alissa and Alissa's mommy, hell holds a special place for those who did this. Alissa's final day (35 photos) this baby was dead before she reached the hospital!

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The Homicide of Alissa remains an open Murder case, and all of the facts point directly to Christy Shaffer's beating Alissa to DEATH.
The Murder case and investigation should be reopened and presented once again before a State Grand Jury to determine if a Murder indictment should be issued against Christy Shaffer.

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Implore, insist and demand that Greg Zoeller, Indiana Attorney General reopen the investigation into the homicide of 16 month old Alissa Guernsey, who was beaten to death on March 28, 2009 and abused by her mother's cousin, Christy Shaffer, for 3 months before she was killed. Christy Shaffer was never charged with any murder charge; therefore, Double Jeopardy does not apply to a reopened criminal case.


View Christy Shaffer's Plea Deal
Christy Shaffer, who fatally beat Alissa ,was only convicted of a singular count of a Class B Felony,
Neglect of a Dependent, and only served 77 days in jail for what is clearly documented and presented
to the Prosecutor as the homicide of an innocent baby.
Judge J. Scott VanDerbeck valued Alissa's life at just 77 days of incarceration.

The Statute of Limitations for murder NEVER expires, and Christy Shaffer will always be exposed to facing a Felony Murder charge. Two medical examiners determined at autopsy that Alissa's injuries prior to her death could only be caused by a prolonged pattern of child abuse.
After Christy struck Alissa's head so many times that the fatal head injuries caused Alissa to lose consciousness, her lifeless body was strapped in her car seat as Christy Shaffer casually proceeded to go pick up a movie rental, and go through a McDonald's Drive-thru window to buy 'Happy Meals' for the other children in the car. Christy then drove home and carried Alissa's lifeless body into her house in Topeka, La Grange County, Indiana.
After beating Alissa to death, Christy never called 911 herself. Instead, Christy Shaffer phoned her brother, who was an EMT, hours later after returning home from her 'errands'. When he arrived, her brother found Baby Alissa's body to be 'cold, unresponsive, with no heartbeat'. Her brother then performed CPR and phoned 911, who then responded to Christy Shaffer's home and continued to try revive Alissa.
Alissa was then rushed to the local hospital, where CPR, defibrillators, and every possible means of emergency care was provided in an effort to save Alissa's life. After 45 minutes, despite the heroic efforts by the Emergency Room Staff, Alissa was pronounced dead, and autopsy reports indicateAlissa had been dead for hours before arriving at the Emergency Room. This story of injustice and judicial corruption only begins here....

Christy Shaffer still be charged for the murder of Alissa, despite her Plea Deal for Neglecting Alissa
Nothing in the laws of Indiana or Christy Shaffer's plea deal of 'Neglect of a Dependant', prohibits her from being charged with other counts of child abuse for her 3 month pattern of child abuse of Alissa prior to March 28th, 2009. Christy's Plea Deal does not protect her from any form of Double Jeopardy of any charges for which she was never charged or indicted for. This clearly leaves her as a person of interest, a suspect, and the individual solely responsible for the DEATH of Alissa.

'Neglect of a Dependant' is a charge when the child suffers serious bodily injury, NOT the DEATH of that child.
Christy was undercharged and Prosecutor Jeffery W. Wible 'claimed' he could not link Christy's beating to Alissa's death, despite the Indiana State Police and the Medical Examiner's Reports, which when submitted to the Prosecution, clearly and unequivocally stated that the DEATH was a HOMICIDE. Wible failed to represent the citizens of the State of Indiana when he chose NOT to provide the empaneled Grand Jury with the option to have Christy Shaffer charged with any murder charge. Many of the Grand Jury members remain stunned that they were never given the option of indicting Christy Shaffer for murder.

This type of 'discretion' by a Prosecutor is a 'Fraud upon the Court'. It is inherently unfair and illegal. The Homicide of Alissa remains an open Murder case, and all of the facts point directly to Christy Shaffer's beating Alissa to DEATH. The Murder case and investigation should be reopened and presented once again before a State Grand Jury to determine if a Murder indictment should be issued against Christy Shaffer.

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1 comment:

Alice Susan Harding said...

Clearly a serious and terrible miscarriage of justice and as a consequence of which IMHO the judge Scott Vanderbeck ought to be in prison for at least a year in the roughest toughest prison available and everyone there ought to know why he's there. That's just to give Scott Vanderbeck an idea of what Alissa went through, as he doesn't seem to have one, and ought not to be trying these cases. And well, if he doesn't get out alive, neither did Alissa. Should they punish anyone who hurts him? No, they probably had a difficult enough life already, just a slap on the wrists will do, and then rehabilitation.