Texas to Release Insane Serial Baby-Killer Nurse
February 25, 2011
(ChattahBox US News)—Only in Texas. Sentenced to 99 years in prison in 1985 for the murder of a 15-month-old baby in her care, serial baby killer Genene Jones is due to be released from prison in 2017 under the state’s “mandatory release” law. Jones, a former pediatric nurse, is estimated to have murdered 11 to 46 infants, by injecting them with lethal poisons, as part of an insane plan to “play God,” by reviving them from the dead.
Texas can’t seem to stop incarcerating and putting to death innocent black prisoners, but when it comes to an insane white lady who kills babies for kicks, she’s released from prison for “good behavior.”
Huffington Post writes:
“Behind bars since 1985 for the convicted murder of 15-month-old Chelsea McClellan, Jones is slated to be released from prison in 2017 due to an old Texas “mandatory release” law designed to limit overcrowding. Under the law, criminals sentenced between 1977 and 1987 are eligible for early release based on good behavior.”
“The exact number of babies Jones killed is unknown, as one hospital she worked for destroyed her records for fear of a publicity nightmare.”
Since her incarceration, Jones has been denied parole six times. But in another 6-years, a serial baby killer, chillingly profiled in the Discovery Channel’s “Deadly Women,” called “Lethal Injection,” may be released into general society.