The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who look on and do nothing.

~~~ Albert Einstein

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Enedina Cardona Rodriguez

Enedina Cardona Rodriguez might have missed school the day that the school nurse comes in, separates the boys and the girls and shows 'the movie'. You know 'the movie', that dreaded uncomfortable movie forced upon millions of preteen kids in which all life's lessons on the birds and the bees plays out on a 32in television rolled into the room on a cart with more wires than anyone would ever need dangling from it.

Either that, or she just is too damn happy to sit back and collect welfare on the fruits of her breeding abilities and therefore refuses to even attempting using anything that would resemble birth control.

Regardless of the excuse Enedina Cardona Rodriguez has for the 8 children she's merely brought into the world without actually contributing anything worth while to their upbringing- she might not have a chance to continue to set bad examples for them. Especially after recent events:

Sgt. Paul LeBaron of the Long Beach Department's Narcotics Detail, says 35-year-old Enedina Cardona Rodriguez was arrested Monday afternoon after she left four of her children alone for at least 12 hours.

Officers were called to her home in the 900 block of Cherry Avenue because an emergency had occurred, according to Long Beach police. It took police nearly two hours to convince Rodriguez to show up.

As if that isn't bad enough, police actually ALREADY had an idea of just what sort of 'mother' this idiot was, seeing as how they had her under surveillance for some time.

Police were tipped to her alleged drug operation two weeks ago and say they watched as Rodriguez repeatedly made deals with her 3- and 6-year-old boys in tow.

Surveillance video shows Rodriguez selling heroin as her two youngest boys lean out of the passenger window of her black Isuzu SUV. The youngest boy tells one customer his name and holds up three fingers to show his age at his mother's prompting, then watches as his mom hands over a baggy of heroin in exchange for cash.

Seven of her 8 children are now in custody of the state- thank God- their ages are 3,6, 7, 10, 12, 13 and 16. The single child not in state care is already 18.