Jeniffer Pan – Hired Hitmen To Kill Parents

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Ameows
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And this is why we should allow children to be themselves and guide them instead of controlling them. I feel sorry for her in some respects because she was so oppressed by the family it drove her to live a double-life which got out of control. From what I read on her, the only way she had a peaceful life of the things she wanted was through lying. More mild forms of controlling parenting is a result of a lot of the crazy people you see today. We must allow others to be in the drivers seat of their own lives. It’s like Brian Blackwell who’s home life is painted as controlling to the point that his mother bathed him as a teenager. Eventually he stabbed his parents to death multiple times. To me, it’s like poking a wild animal until it bites you and then punishing it for it. To add to the similarities here this is a quote from one of the news articles for Blackwell “Blackwell’s parents always had high expectations of him and told people he was going to be a surgeon”. Sounds like a similar parenting style to me. For things like this, yes, Jennifer… Read more »

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I would be interested in hearing Mandy’s thoughts on what I call “Tiny voice”. The woman interviewed for Charles Manson Murders used tiny voice, as well as this girl Jennifer. I hear my teenage daughter used tiny voice when she wants to manipulate and get out of a situation, and it seems a common tool for women to use.

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Wow! She received life in prison 25 years before probation is even offered. She is very self-centered. She has a younger brother. She took them away from him. If she were as smart as she thinks she is she would have known she wasn’t going to get away with it. She is now in a worse prison than she ever imagined her parents had her in.

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It amazes me how long a liar will hang on to their lie. Also amazing how oblivious a liar is, to the fact people are on to their game. There is a pathologic numbness to the injury their lie is causing to other people.

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