Los Angeles Superior Court Judge George G. Lomeli rejected Pearl Fernandez’s petition
to throw out her guilty plea to the torture and the murder of her 8-year-old son Gabriel Fernandez.
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“You want to say that the conduct was animalistic, but that would be wrong because even animals know how to take care of their young… It’s beyond animalistic,” is what the abc 7 folks
quoted the good judge as saying.
And the good judge is right that what Pearl Fernandez, who is currently serving a life sentence, did is so bad that the demons couldn’t stand to look at her.
Ol’ girl Pearl Fernandez
tagged teamed up with her ol’ man Isauro Aguirre, who is on death row, to beat 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez down like a runaway slave. They beat lil’ Gabriel’s body
with everything from their shoes, their fists, their feet, extension cords, to irons. Pearl Fernandez
even went so far as to shoot 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez with BB pellets, stuff his mouth with cat doo-doo, gag him, and make him sleep in a cabinet. Poor lil’ Gabriel
reached out to his teacher for help and she contacted the social workers who, by the way, did nothing to help Gabriel Fernandez stay alive beyond the age of eight.
After Gabriel Fernandez’s mama and her ol’ man were successful in killing him, the state decided they better prosecute all four social workers (Stefanie Rodriguez, Patricia Clement, and Supervisors Kevin Bom and Gregory Merritt)
for being derelict in their duty. Judge George G. Lomeli presided over the social workers’ case
and agreed with the prosecutor that they needed to go to trial.
The appellate court
, though, decided that the social workers can’t be blame for Pearl Fernandez’s and her ol’ man Isauro Aguirre’s beating, torturing, and killing of her 8-year-old son Gabriel Fernandez.
The case was dismissed against the social workers and they were allowed to do what they failed to help 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez to do which is to live.
Due to the appellate court’s tendency to “skunk” things up, it wouldn’t be a surprise if Pearl Fernandez’s lawyers successfully appeal Judge George G. Lomeli’s decision to not throw out her guilty pleas to the torture and the murder of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez.
The appellate court would be like, “The law is the law and it does say, under California Penal Code Sections 1170.95, 188, and 189
that a person can’t be convicted of first or second degree murder just because the state assumes the person had malice in his or her heart when he or she committed murder. Evidence of malice in one’s heart is when he or she plans to commit murder with malice in his or her heart.”
Yeah, I know, it sounds like what it sounds like but that’s how the appellate court is.
Therefore, don’t be surprise if on appeal the appellate court agrees with Pearl Fernandez’s attorneys that her guilty pleas to the torture and the murder of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez should be thrown out because
her plan to torture him isn't evidence of her plan to torture him to death.