Terri Sullivan and Scott Sullivan
Terri Sullivan and her husband, 27-year-old Scott Sullivan, had a baby around the last week of July.
They named the baby girl Kimberly.
Kimberly Sullivan weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces when she came out of Terri Sullivan’s tummy and took her first breath of air.
She looked healthy – like a normal newborn infant – and was cleared to leave the hospital with her parents.
Terri Sullivan and Scott Sullivan took Kimberly Sullivan home to their new apartment in Tucson, Arizona and started the process of caring for the new addition to their family.
They didn’t do a very good job.
They did a very bad job.
Someone might want to tell Terri Sullivan that babies are supposed to get bigger after they come out of their mother. This process, called “growth,” occurs when parents, like Terri and Scott Sullivan, feed their child.
Perhaps, if you were interested, you would like to refer to this chart to compare the progress of 6-week-old Kimberly Sullivan to most 6-week-old babies.
On the 30th of August, 2008, police officers and paramedics were told to head over to the apartment of Terri and Scott Sullivan, alerted by a 911 call made by Terri that stated her baby wasn’t responsive.
Neighbors reported hearing Scott Sullivan, as he began the process of giving mouth-to-mouth to little Kimberly Sullivan, saying:
The baby’s not breathing, the baby’s not breathing!
Officers and paramedics arrived on scene and took control. Despite their best efforts, Kimberly Sullivan was declared dead on the scene.
A quick examination of the dead infant revealed that she did not look healthy. Kimberly Sullivan’s skin was loose and paramedics could easily see her ribs. After weighing Kimberly’s remains, authorities discovered that she weighed 5 pounds, 12 ounces.
So basically, what we’re telling you is that Kimberly Sullivan lost almost a fourth of her original body weight – two whole pounds – in six weeks.
And, of course, we can all rest assured that little Kimberly Sullivan was loved, hugged, held and cuddled during her short 6-week stay here on earth. After all, a child that’s being starved to death must be getting the proper emotional nourishment as well – because humans wouldn’t treat their own helpless little newborn like People You’ll See In Hell’s admin treats the flowers in the front of his house.
Of course not.
Do Terri Sullivan and Scott Sullivan deserve Hell?
- Yes (95%, 595 Votes)
- No (5%, 29 Votes)
Total Voters: 624
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