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This is a good example on how people can turn anything you post on social media sites into some drama. Instantly, this pic of Miami Heat basketball player, LeBron James with his teammate, Chris Bosh’s daughter has been called inappropriate because of where the little girl’s hand landed while taking this picture. He deleted the picture right away but not before fans took screenshots of it. Maybe LeBron should make that Cropping feature on his phone his new best friend. #shrug ~MaxLaine
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The Cincinnati man accused of shooting his 11-year-old daughter to death Sunday asked to attend her funeral Saturday so he can properly grieve her death. Deandre Kelley, 34, got into an argument with his children’s mother who would not let him inside her home because she suspected that he was drunk. His daughter, Shanti ran upstairs to a room to hide from her parents arguing. Kelley, then took a gun a shot up in the air where a bullet hit his daughter in the chest killing her. Kelley asked the courts if he could attend her funeral on Saturday but was denied. In the past, he had been charged 3 times for domestic violence against his children’s mother but all charges were dropped because she did not cooperate with police. They had been together for over 10 years and had two children together.
In MY opinion, he should have been able to go to the funeral so he can see the hurt and pain that he caused on her mother and his family. Sometimes people get away with murder (no pun intended) and never know the extinct of their actions. Yes, his presence may cause a ruckus but if possible it would have been more effective if he was able to go the grave after everyone leaves but before they bury his daughter. Instead, he is facing 17 years in jail with the knowledge that his daughter is gone because of his actions.
Question: Do YOU think he should have been able to go to the funeral: (A) Yes OR (B) No
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