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Augusta woman admits guilt in repeated acts of child abuse

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An Augusta woman who continued to beat and otherwise abuse her little boy after she was convicted of cruelty to children pleaded guilty to new charges Thursday, June 30.

Mercille Jenkins, 32, pleaded guilty in Richmond County Superior Court to aggravated assault and cruelty to children. Jenkins ...

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  1. The “system” didn’t fail this women. Her mother failed her, her father failed her, her church failed her and her community failed her. She became exactly what she was taught to be. She became just like those around her and she adopted their character and culture. There should be no surprise here. `Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. ‘ (Prov. 22:6.)

  2. No this sorry excuse of a woman failed her children let me say that again her 6 children. The system will fail her children once again when in 3 years she’ll be out and at it again. I don’t care what you have went thourgh its no excuse to abuse children. Maybe she should have beaten on her boyfriend that was also abusing this child. Some people don’t deserve the air they breath.

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