Arlane Hart
Great podcast. The most disturbing part thus far has been Arlane defending the man who murdered her daughter. While listening it became clear very quickly that Arlane is a callous narcissist masquerading as a god-loving woman. She hides her ignorance and egomania behind her illusion of Christianity. The first thing she said when Cindy died was “I’ll be ok.” CINDY is dead. It’s not all about YOU and if YOU’LL be ok! Cindy lost her life, her future, and her hopes and dreams. But her own mother couldn’t care less. Meanwhile Arlane defended the demonic savage who killed Cindy! How DARE she deface her daughter’s memory this way. Poor Cindy is turning over in her grave wondering how her mom, the one person is supposed to always love her, turned on her and supported the sociopath who took EVERYTHING from her. It is devastating and downright nauseating to witness a mother abandon her dead child. Cindy was gone, so she could not be there to defend herself at the trial. Therefore, Cindy was RELYING on her loved ones, like her mother, to defend her memory and fight like hell for her and for justice. But instead Arlane disregarded her own daughter’s life like a worthless piece of trash. Arlane is a deranged hypocrite who blindly follows her self-crafted pseudo-religion. She is an accomplice to misogyny for trying to help that man get released- and she put OTHER WOMEN IN DANGER by doing so! Christianity teaches us to do the right thing. It does not teach us it’s ok to murder!
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