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Woman Cleared Of Killing Baby Son If He Is Reincarnated

by | 13th, April 2009

JAVON Thompson was starved to death by his mother. He was aged 1. Mum was a member of Mind Ministries:

His mother made an extraordinary deal with prosecutors Monday that her guilty plea to child abuse resulting in death will be withdrawn if her 1-year-old son, Javon Thompson, comes back to life.

You see, you can’t kill if you believe in reincarnation. Yeah, the Nazis never killed anyone. No-one ever kills anyone.

Law experts and psychiatrists said there was no problem with the agreement because Ria Ramkissoon, 22, was mentally competent and freely entered into the deal, and extreme religious beliefs aren’t deemed insane by law.

“To say that someone is crazy because they have beliefs is very difficult,” said Dr. Jonas Rappeport, a retired forensic psychiatrist and the former chief medical officer for Baltimore Circuit Court. “If I believe that God wants me to starve my child, that gets close to the edge, but it’s very questionable as to calling that an illness that would exonerate someone for a crime.”

Well, he’s the expert… So why did he die?

The boy died more than two years ago when cult members stopped feeding him because he refused to say “Amen” after a meal…

And:

The plea deal was a good one for Ramkissoon, who was initially charged with first-degree murder. She received a suspended 20-year sentence and only has to remain in custody until she testifies against four co-defendants who are charged with first-degree murder in her son’s death. She could be out of prison in August, serving about a year behind bars.

“Ria will be out of jail in a matter of a couple months and will still benefit from psychiatric services, cult deprogramming and whatever other services would be beneficial to her,” said her attorney Steven D. Silverman.

Amen.

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