go here Yvonne Cortis, a 60-year-old widow of her own making from Michigan, has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. She now faces life in prison for her crimes, which include beating both her dog and husband with a metal bar. Cortis said she did not act out of malice, however, but of mercy.


viagra generico 50 mg prezzo piu basso a Bologna Cortis called police just a few days after Thanksgiving in 2015 and informed them that, thanks to her, her husband, 68-year-old Gregory Cortis and her 11-year-old yellow Lab, Carly, were no longer suffering. When police arrived to see what she was on about, they discovered Mr. Cortis lying on the floor with a sliced ear and wounds to his head. Carly was unresponsive. Both the man and the dog had been beaten with a metal bar.

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Carly (Family photo)

cialis generico quanto dura l'effetto Mr. Cortis was taken to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries on several days later. The cause of death was no surprise: blunt force trauma. Carly was taken to a vet and recovered. She was given to a foster family where she lived until her death in January. Carly did not necessarily die from the beating, but rather other medical issue.


http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=use-of-accutane-for-young-children Cortis had said her husband and dog were sick, and in some ways, she was correct. Carly had a tumor destined to kill her and, according to relatives of the couple, Mr. Cortis suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. But even if Cortis’ true desire had been to end their suffering, a metal bar is not the way. If you think a pet is miserable, you take them to the vet and have them put to sleep while you pet them and cry like a normal person. You can’t exactly do that with a husband, but you can make them comfortable for the rest of their days and not leave them lying in a pool of their own blood. That’s just rude.

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