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Old 01-12-2008, 04:57 PM   #16
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Crack doesn't make you do that. A crackhead would sell their own child into slavery for a bag of rocks, true, but not toss their kids over a bridge for shits & giggles. Let's not make excuses for this piece of crap.
He could be severely mentally ill.

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Old 01-12-2008, 05:26 PM   #17
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Old 01-12-2008, 07:15 PM   #18
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Oh My God, I was so praying he was just making it up.

Officials say body of youngest missing child found near Bayou La Batre

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Boats assist divers as local agencies join forces with the Coast Guard searching the waters north of Dauphin Island, Ala.on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2008. Lam Luong claimed to have thrown his 4 children, ranging in age from four-months-old to three-years old from the Dauphin Island Bridge Monday morning. (AP Photo/Press-Register, G.M. Andrews) MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Law enforcement officials say a body recovered five miles from where four missing children were allegedly thrown from the Dauphin Island bridge by their father is that of the youngest missing child, Danny Luong.

Authorities say about 9 o'clock Saturday morning, a duck hunter found the body while out hunting.

The father, Lam Luong, has been charged with capital murder in the deaths. A search of waterways around Dauphin Island for the children - ranging in age from a few months to 3 years - began last Tuesday.

Sheriff Sam Cochran says a duck hunter found the body of an infant about five miles west of the bridge in a marshy area called Point aux Pines, near Bayou La Batre, home of the Luong
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Old 01-12-2008, 11:59 PM   #19
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I can only pray that the other three survived somehow.
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i hope that they survived.. but that is HIGHLY UNLIKELY.. No way anyone much less a child can survive that big of a fall..
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As part of this monster's punishment, there should be large, beautiful pictures of those children posted in his cell.
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Body found of 2nd child believed thrown from bridge

MOBILE, Alabama (AP) -- A second body was recovered Sunday in the search for four children allegedly thrown from a coastal bridge by their father, police said.

The body was found by a search team near where a duck hunter found the body of an infant on Saturday, said Mobile County sheriff's Sgt. Jerry Taylor.

Both were found in a marshy area about five miles west of the bridge, Taylor said.

The search for the children -- ranging in age from a few months to 3 years -- began Tuesday near the mouth of Mobile Bay after prosecutors said the father, Lam Luong, confessed.

"The inevitable nightmare we have feared has now been confirmed," Mobile County Sheriff Sam Cochran said. "We believe, certainly now, that the father of these children threw these children off the Dauphin Island bridge."

Cochran said a police chaplain informed the children's family of the first discovery on Saturday morning. Their mother, 23-year-old Kieu Phan, had gone with Luong to report them missing Monday evening.

When told that her infant's body had been found, a grief-stricken Phan wept, comforted by an associate pastor at a Vietnamese congregation that includes some members of her family.

Through an interpreter, Phan asked, "Why didn't he kill me instead of the children? It's too much hurting."
Cochran said searchers using sonar technology saw images Friday that they believed were three bodies, but the currents were so strong the divers were unable to get to the location.

Divers re-entered the water Saturday and worked until darkness forced them out of the water without finding the other three bodies. The search resumed Sunday morning.

Authorities expanded the search zone westward toward Pascagoula, Mississippi, believing that the strong currents may have moved the bodies in that direction. Watch emotions run high during the search »

Luong, 37, a shrimp boat worker who lives in Irvington, was being held without bond on four counts of capital murder. If convicted, he could be sentenced to death or life in prison without parole.

District Attorney John Tyson Jr. said Luong had confessed to throwing Ryan Phan, 3, Hannah Luong, 2, Lindsey Luong, 1, and Danny Luong, 4 months, off the three-mile-long bridge after an argument with his wife.

Luong later recanted, claiming two Asian women took the children and never returned them.

But a witness saw Luong on the 80-foot-tall two-lane bridge with the children, and another saw him leave the area without the children, Cochran said Friday.

Luong's appointed attorney, Joe Kulakowski, met with Luong on Saturday and did not immediately return a phone message for comment.

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