17-Year-Old Anthony Stokes Home Invasion, Shooting, Carjacking – Dies During Police Chase….

stokes mugshotThe story of Anthony Stokes didn’t start the day he died after crashing a stolen car into a pedestrian and sign post.

Nor did his story start moments earlier when he kicked down the door of an elderly Roswell Georgia woman and shot at her as she sat on the couch during his home invasion.

The public story of Anthony Stokes actually began a few years prior, in 2013, when he was diagnosed with an enlarged heart, a terminal condition if he did not receive a heart transplant.

He became a public story because Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston informed his family he would not be a candidate for transplant because of his past behavior:

“the decision was made that Anthony is currently not a transplant candidate due to having a history of non-compliance, which is one of our center’s contraindications to listing for heart transplant.”

Non-compliance” a relatively disingenuous term without further definition; and in the case of Anthony Stokes a definition fraught with considerations for the most politically correct delivery.

The refusal of the hospital to place Stokes on the transplant list drew the ire of his family, who, quickly enlisted the aid of the grievance marketers within the media.

“They just don’t want to give him a chance,” Anthony’s mother, Melencia Hamilton, told Channel 2.

It worked.

stokes-in-hospitalRather than face the ire of the professionally aggrieved the hospital acquiesced and put young Mr. Stokes on the list.

Less than a week later he was given a heart transplant.

Controversy avoided.

And following the transplant Stokes said while he had been trouble in school and stuff, he was appreciative of the second chance at life and would reform himself. He was done with fighting, and God provides forgiveness. It was October of 2013.

Everyone happy.

Until a little more than a year later (January 2015) when Stokes was arrested for burglary tools in the commission of a crime.

A month later, February 2015, he was released from jail after posting a $5,000 bond.

Then, three days agoMarch 30, 2015:

Stokes died after fleeing police following a carjacking and a burglary. An elderly Roswell woman told Channel 2 that Stokes shot at her after he kicked in her door and found her inside watching television.

Stokes clipped a car in the intersection and then jumped the curb and hit a pedestrian before colliding with a SunTrust Bank sign, Holland said.

“He lost control and there was a long set of skid marks,” she said.

Stokes died after rescue workers cut him out of [the] Honda, Holland said. The pedestrian was taken to the hospital, but is expected to survive her injuries, police said.

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The last photograph on Anthony Stokes Facebook page.

In 2013 – “They just don’t want to give him a chance,” Anthony’s mother, Melencia Hamilton, told Channel 2.

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86 Responses to 17-Year-Old Anthony Stokes Home Invasion, Shooting, Carjacking – Dies During Police Chase….

  1. Col.(R) Ken says:

    Is the transplant bill paid? Oh forgot, the taxpayers paid.

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  2. auscitizenmom says:

    The hospital should put a huge picture of this golden boy on their bulletin board along with his story for everyone to read. And, when the next loser comes in wanting a liver, heart, or lungs, just hand them a copy of it and send them on their way.

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    • PatriotUSA says:

      The hard core truth of PCness and of a life wasted after a second chance. I am sure his family will cast the blame on society. Sad when a life ends this way and after what he was given one wonders who would have gotten that heart and done better with the chance it gave him. I shed no tears over this.

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      • polk8dot says:

        ‘one wonders who would have gotten that heart and done better with the chance it gave him’.

        One also has to wonder whose life would not have been destroyed, damaged, changed irrevocably, had this worthless hoodlum not been given a free pass from responsibility. The elderly homeowner and the pedestrian’s, for starters, that we know of.
        I thank Providence he did not actually kill someone in the commission of all his violent crimes. Plus I certainly hope that they were able to recover the heart, undamaged, and save someone else’s life with it. At least one thing might then be on the Plus side in the balance of his miserable, thuggish existence.

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        • bettijo says:

          What a waste! I have a friend who was on wait list for a kidney for YEARS, she finally got one; another friend’s daughter is currently waiting for a kidney. She is on dialysis 12 hours a day! Human organs are so priceless! Remember the young girl that Katheryn Sibelius refused to put on wait list for heart?

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    • Shibbity Boo says:

      Too hidden. How about on every public entrance, next to the hours? With a mandatory caption:

      ‘Our money “people” decided our medical “people” should comply, rather than defy.

      Welcome.’

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    • Please give us a list of the “grievance marketers within the media” who shilled for this thug.

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  3. lovely says:

    A good friend of mine has a new heart. Doctors are not supposed to give you any information about the donor, after a year my friend was allowed to write his donor’s family. He wrote a beautiful letter. The family did not write back. The rules allow him to write another letter (I believe he is waiting another year I don’t know if that is mandated or his choice).

    He is a beautiful man, a good father and a good husband, he does charitable work in the community, he pays taxes and works hard every day. His letter was full of gratitude and he described his life and how grateful he was that his children have a father due to the unselfish and beautiful act of the donor’s family.

    A doctor made a mistake and during one of my friends tests said “Not bad for a 24 year old heart” so my friend knows a small thing about who lost his life so that he can live. I can’t imagine the poor family whose lost a loved one, and whose great gift of life was squandered, may the family of the heart donated to Stokes never know the truth.

    This makes me both furious and sad.

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    • QuadGMoto says:

      Even worse, who died because they didn’t get the heart that Stokes just squandered?

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      • lovely says:

        Here is the thing, when someone you care about is in the hospital literally 24/7 until a heart becomes available, you still cannot pray for a heart because you are in essence praying the death of someone else, so you instead pray for the life of your friend but in the back of your mind you feel guilty because you know what you are really praying for.

        So there is both guilt and joy when a heart becomes available, it is a heart, it is available because someone else has experienced a tragedy, there has been a death and a recipient should honor the life that was lost with their every breath.

        I think most recipients do, shame on those who denied that gratitude, dignity and honor to the donor who had their heart put into Stokes.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Yep, I have a son who had a transplant – there are hundreds of people on death’s doorstep praying for someone to pass on a loved-one’s organs so they can live. The problem is that the number of – ahem – minority donors is far far less than the number of minorities waiting for a donation. Local TV’s running its regular campaign begging minorities to donate organs (a lot like the endless begging for them to donate blood) but mamas want to bury their bullet ridden children whole rather than make some other mother happy.
      I’d suggest that the state take control of the bodies of the violent and newly dead, especially the ones on probation/parole. and forcibly remove and donate harvestable organs to needy recipients who can go on to live long and hearty lives, paying the taxes that support the criminal scum. Then again Al and JJ would probably set up a tent on my front lawn to protest my reactionary ways – if there were enough $$$$ in it.

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      • lovely says:

        Continued healing for your son Czar, until my friend had the the transplant I did not know a lot of things about transplants, about how the acceptance period for the organ is monitored forever or a whole host of other things.

        I can’t find any information on it right now but I used to post (long ago and far away) on another board with a man who had a son who was #1 on a heart transplant list, his son got bumped by an illegal guy here from Mexico. His son died, because someone cheated and jumped in line in front of him and got the heart that should have gone to him.

        Makes my blood boil.

        I’ll try to find the story later on today.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          It is an experience. We used one of the top five centers in the US – they actually turned down a liver that the harvesting unit had certifoied as it didn’t meet their standards – I harp on that but when people say that one place is as good as another – no it ain’t. What amazed me was as I’d walk down the hallway to his room in the transplant wing I’d pass dozens of rooms that had various single and multiple organ transplant recipients recuperating – they were turning them out like oil changes and training docs from allover the world in how to do it safely, efficiently and with quality. How many other countries are doing that? How man CAN do that?

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      • bogeytct says:

        I joined a bone marrow registry and every now and then they broadcast a plea for minority donors. Apparently, ethnicities tend to match up better and they really need more African descended donors because demand is monumentally high compared to supply.

        The biggest problem facing black Americans is the selfishness and egoism in their own ranks that preys upon their own or is indifferent unless there’s some self benefit.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          “The biggest problem facing black Americans is the selfishness and egoism in their own ranks that preys upon their own or is indifferent unless there’s some self benefit.” This was my first thought when I read your first paragraph.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          I have a rather rare blood and the blood bank’s on my veins at every turen – for one thing I’ve never been exposed to cytomegalovirus, I have O-neg and a lot of those weird extensions past the Rh factor they test for make them jump up and down. Mine largely goes to babies and patients with whack immunosystems. It’s my pleasure to donate, if one little pint of my blood every few weeks can ease someone’s plight it’s almost an obligation. I like the military’s way – you WILL be volunteering blood tomorrow or bleeding on my desk at 1630! i(f you can’t bear the thought of being burned or boxed without intact organs you’ll never need again then at least cough up a pint or more a year. This has not been a commercial.

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            😯 But a great commercial it is.

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            • czarowniczy says:

              I think it is an obligation. I’m amazed at the numbers of ‘7’ and ‘9’ gallon donation certificates on the blood center’s wall – and the towns 12,000 tops.
              If, as cops and deputies, we could be pressured to donate to an LEA fund knowing that that blood would go to save some murderous POS we shot who deserved shooting there shouldn’t be too many other folks with valid excuses.

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      • WFYR says:

        Unfortunately, the problem with the state removing organs from thugs is that you don’t know what drugs those thugs have been using.

        I’d also suggest that available organs go only to the same ethnicity, but then I’d be called a racist. heh

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        • czarowniczy says:

          There are actuality some med professionals out there calling for more intraracial transplants as they feel the genetic makeups are better matches. Wjateverrrrrrr.
          As I said, we’re in one of our usual advertising periods where the transplant folks are begging minorities to become organ donors. The unspoken reasons revolve around dietary choices that make so many minorities targets of preventable diseases, especially kidney disease. We have wholesale dialysis units here like some cities have 7-11s, nearly one on every corner, and the majority in heavily minority areas. As for the thugs, not every apple in the barrels’ rotten and the returns would more than compensate for the harvesting/testing.

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            “There are actuality some med professionals out there calling for more intraracial transplants as they feel the genetic makeups are better matches.” Gee, and I remember years ago seeing a report on how organs are rejected less often if they are within the same ethnicity. They were asking for more minority donors.

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  4. georgiafl says:

    Anthony Stokes may have received a new physical heart, but he didn’t seek a new spiritual heart – that only Jesus can give.

    Doctors can’t do that. Mohammed and allah can’t do that. Only The Lord Jesus Christ can do that.

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  5. freepetta says:

    Some people never get a second chance. It was wasted on Anthony. He needed a brain transplant.

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    • bettijo says:

      He needed a spiritual transformation, which only God can give. Someone had to die for Stokes to receive his second chance at physical life. Jesus has already died to give us spiritual life. God does not force himself on anyone. I expect the donor of that heart is celebrating the spiritual life (not Stokes’ death) with God today. Wonder where Stokes is celebrating?

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    • nimrodman says:

      He needed a long walk off a short plank.

      That’s what he “needed”

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  6. Daniel says:

    How many other people DIED while he received the heart which could have saved them or pushed them back further on the waiting list? We likely can never know that, but you can bet that it happened as people die on those waiting lists pretty regularly.

    People NEED to stand up to these BGIs.

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    • How many people decided donating organs is a waste because of this story?

      One of the biggest reasons for organ transplants are lifestyle choices/abuse of the body. (Cirrhosis or Hepatitis for liver, Cocaine and other heavy drugs for heart)

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      • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

        That is simply not true. People who are on the list because of things like illegal drug use for the sake of a high. go to the bottom. There are lots of people who get on the list because of perfectly rational reasons. Minor congenital defect that turns into a major defect. Diseases, such as infections, that infect an organ. Accidents that damage an organ.

        Even bad “lifestyle choices” are at times hard criticize. Imagine the badly overwieght executive, who comes in every day, works hard, sleeps to few hours and doesn’t get enough exercise because he works long hours. Everyday he has lunch at ( or more likely brings it back to his desk from ) one of several fast-food and semifast food places across the street.

        Yes there are dregs who by their behavior ruin their health, but there are also lots of people who for whatever reason suffer from bad health, but it is hard to blame them.

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      • Moishe Pipik says:

        And don’t forget Obesity! Another addiction that afflicts 2/3 of Americans.

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  7. doodahdaze says:

    Another one bites the dust. Good Riddance.

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  8. WeeWeed says:

    They’da damsure not given it to a white smoker.

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  9. Indiemex says:

    Non-compliance is THE NUMBER ONE reason for hospital admits! It’s challenging sometimes to want to continue to give top notch care to the multitudes of repeat, non-pay mostly, offenders.

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  10. David In TN says:

    It’s a miracle he didn’t kill some totally innocent person, especially since he literally died trying.

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  11. cg says:

    Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses and commented:

    Sad way to live your life, making everyone else as miserable as you are. I hope he repented before he died.

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  12. joanfoster says:

    When this thug got his new heart, some deserving young/older/middle-aged man or woman was denied the chance of a new lease on life. The thug squandered it as the doctors probably could have predicted he would. What is the answer to this problem. Life style, productivity, should be one of the highest standards. Did someone who had a family, a job, an upstanding member of the community not get a new heart so that we now much reach the desired racial quota. I can hardly read this shit anymore without going ballistic.

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  13. Roy says:

    Black privilege, again.

    I am absolutely seething that American corporations, hospitals, and schools are kowtowed by the BGI. Enough!

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  14. ZurichMike says:

    “Non-compliance” in a medical setting means a patient not keeping up with the prescribed regimen of medication or treatment. If he were awaiting a heart transplant, he was probably prescribed a number of medications to stabilize his condition until such time as a donor heart was available.

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  15. chick20112011 says:

    Anthony and his family wasted his second chance.

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    • flaladybug says:

      Actually, he wasted his THIRD chance. I ran across this story several months ago, and started doing some research on why a hospital would have declined to give him the heart to begin with. A couple of his nurses finally spoke out anonymously and said that the heart wasn’t immediately given to him because he had already recieved a heart months earlier and DID NOT stay in compliance. They found THC in a urine test and he also had failed to take medications to prevent his body from rejecting the heart, which it did. THIS was the reason he needed the SECOND HEART!!

      I was truly hoping he had matured enough to see what a precious gift he was getting….frustrated knowing this THUG wasted a chance someone else would have been so thankful to receive. SMDH

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      • Lulu says:

        Could you post a link to that story about there being a previous transplant? Not mentioned in any of the current articles. And we know rumors do start and fly…

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        • flaladybug says:

          Just got your response…busy time of year with 4 boys and new baby girl LOL. I will DEFINATELY find the info…one nurse had also called into a local news radio show and was explaining some of the issues so I’ll try and find that too. 🙂

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  16. waynestrick says:

    He was driving to choir practice when the popo made him crash.

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  17. joshua says:

    Musta been a white racist person’s heart got transplanted by mistake into this gentle giant and that white heart was filled with such racist evil hate it just overcame the innocent nature of this young unarmed aspiring astronaut civic philanthropist minded youth and he was shot by some mean spirited racist white policeman because of the color of his skin….well, that about covers the waterfront….NEXT…

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  18. czarowniczy says:

    One of the bigger stories in New Orleans last week was another pizza delivery guy shot and killed – this one in the Lower 9th Ward (we’re baaaaaack) – company estimates he had no more than the pizzas in the car and $20. He leaves a wife and three kids.
    This is the 2nd delivery guy from this company killed in the city in the last 6 months – now the company’s considering limiting deliveries to the Lower 9th after dark. Local 9th Ward ‘activists’ are outraged at their historically crime sodden and blood soaked neighborhood bieing profiled. Suspect arrested today after the Crime Stoppers rewards reached that point where mamas start turning in their criminal spawn – yup, guess whom. Waiting with baited breath to see how extensive his criminal record is and how many violent charges the judges let him off on.

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    • bogeytct says:

      For all the crying about how getting a criminal record affects their future, the New Orleans youths don’t seem to give a damn about using the laxity of the system to stay out of it.

      A friend nearby had a scare yesterday when 2 teens thought it’d be funny to see a woman react to them running up and pulling a cap gun from their waistband and shooting it at her. Hilarious! She filed a police report so we’ll see how it goes.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Best way to cure that behavior is to do that to someone who’s ready for it. We had quite a few crimnulz try muggings or home invasions in the NOLA area last year who are now compost – wrong move at the wrong time.

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    • JudgyOnAWebsite says:

      I read about this. Amazing how they’re never “outraged” that someone got KILLED. Denying people their pepperoni is rayciss.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        To actually OPENLY whine on about the unfairness of a company that’s lost two drivers in six months limiting deliveries. What’s next, they’ll take it to the UN and try to force the company to deliver to deliver in the Congo and Somalia?

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  19. LiveFreeOrDie1776 says:

    Some human probably died waiting for a heart, while this monster only used his “second chance” to rob and destroy.

    I’m sick of the BGI.

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  20. Sentient says:

    http://thinkprogress.org/health/2013/08/12/2453941/dying-teen-heart-transplant/. An old liberal article bemoaning his being denied a transplant.

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    • Let’s inform Tara, maybe she’ll see the error of her ways because she’s certainly drank the BGI koolaid, per the passage below, which helps perpetrate this madness we see today. Let’s liberate her of her white guilt.

      “Regardless of Anthony’s specific past, his story fits into a larger pattern of racially-motivated skepticism about young black men. The routine criminalization of black youth — thanks in large part to the so-called “school-to-prison pipeline,” which funnels a disproportionate number of black teens into the justice system for minor infractions — ensures that teens like Anthony are often seen as threats. And once society labels those kids as criminal, suspect, or “non-compliant,” their lives are typically considered to have less value.”

      https://twitter.com/Tara_CR

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    • stella says:

      A commenter (today) says that it was actually his second heart transplant – something the hospital was unable to disclose because of HIPAA laws – and his non-compliance with medical treatment after the FIRST heart transplant is what they were referring to, as well as the other behavior issues.

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  21. moe ham head says:

    im all broken up inside

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  22. Akela says:

    Note to police. In future engagements with feral melanoid thugs, employ head shots rather than center mass. Save the heart for someone who deserves it.

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  23. talkaftercarefulthought says:

    In our society of takers this is not a surprise, sad as it is, in a society of bowing to bullies that use muck raking to get their way regardless of what is “right” for more than one person or group, this is not a surprise.. sadly IMHO this is a great foot note to the current Indiana RFRA, and the burning of Ferguson.. “the meek shall inherit the earth” sometimes doesn’t seem to be a comforting statement, proof of the opposite if fairly rampant and THIS (to me) is a surprise.

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  24. MP says:

    No good deed goes unpunished. The heart could have gone to someone that was “compliant” (translation: not a thug).

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    • 180daysofkindergarten says:

      Apparently “compliant” may(may, this is what I was told) have meant that the kid had a first heart transplant but was not compliant with whatever medical regime he had to follow to keep the heart. The hospital didn’t want to give him the second. The family started down the BGI road and the hospital relented. The kid ran through his own heart + 2. I hope somewhere in there he appreciated something.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I have just lost all my compassion, I guess. I doubt that he was appreciative. My thought is that just before he died his last words were, “Oh @#$% (**&&^ *^&^%$#@#.”

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  25. 180daysofkindergarten says:

    This story was our dinner conversation last night. We were a bit confused on whether the kid was on his 2nd or 3rd heart so thanks for clearing that up. This is a perfect illustration of how not all men are created equal in this country and I’m not sure how you could argue otherwise. It is sad, sick and tragic. This young kid ran through 2 hearts that could have saved 2 other people and the hospital apparently knew the chances of it ending well were nil. The family, due to the color of their skin, deserved the resources anyway.
    I’m seriously waiting for Al Sharpton to show up and blow up Atlanta. He has done his schtick with less.

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    • John Denney says:

      The Declaration’s, “all men are created equal”, means the blood of royalty is no better than the blood of a commoner, there is no master race, and caste systems and dhimmitude are violations of people’s God given rights to Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.

      It does not mean we all have equal talents and capabilities, but that we have equal rights.

      Justice is served when those who would deprive others of their rights are deprived of their own.

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  26. Moishe Pipik says:

    Conservatives absolutely called it wrong with the “Death Panel” argument on public health.

    If the Taxpayers of the United States are to foot the bill for any health care, we need to decide, somehow, who gets priority and what is paid for. Like it or not, this is a “Death Panel” if the person has no other means to pay.

    Of course, those who have saved money, or have a strong network of friends and co-congregants, may be able to find a way without taxpayer money, so the “Death Panel” decision may not be a death sentence.

    I don’t object to some true “safety net” universal healthcare–say $10,000 deductible high-risk pool that we all pay in to. So if you’re otherwise uninsured and get hit by a bus, or need a heart transplant, you may not have to lose everything you have. But this requires a “Death Panel” to make decisions.

    I feel so terrible for the family of the donor, and anyone who didn’t receive the heart that was misappropriated for this Son-of-Obama and Holder.

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  27. cali says:

    I hope my following comment is not too harsh:
    Somebody – somewhere may have died running out of time in receiving a heart transplant. Here – we have a thug – playing the race card and force the hospital to give him a new heart – a new start in life and yet, he squandered his chance of a new start by committing several crimes in one day: home invasion and shooting a elderly and helpless woman; carjacking and taking the police on a chase which ended the life of this thug – another ‘gently giant’.
    He did not deserve this heart and preferential treatment; he did not follow the hospital/doctors order in after care – but he had time to go on a crime spree.
    Utterly appalling!

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  28. Vivian says:

    I was on the transplant list for a liver and kidney, never once did I contemplate trying to get myself bumped ahead of someone else. I am no better than anyone else. I knew that there was a very real possibility that I may not be matched to a donor in time to save my life but I waited and decided if my getting a liver and kidney was meant to be, it would happen. It did happen in time thanks to my two donors and by the grace of God. Receiving a donated organ is such a precious , unselfish gift, freely given, no strings attached by that donor. Don’t you think that the very least that a recipient can do is to cherish and respect the gift that they were given? A donor deserves so much more than just grabbing that organ and running with it, ignoring the price that that organ donor paid in order to save your life. I feel that the very least that you can do is to take care of that donors’ organ and live a decent, healthy life in their honor afterall they gave you a second chance at life. Is that too much to ask? Being an organ transplant recipient is very emotional. I cried several times daily for nearly a year whenever I thought of my two donors, what they lost and what they did for me was so overwhelming. I owed them so much, the only way that I could ever come close to repaying them was to live my life in their honor by living a decent, healthy, productive life and helping others whenever possible. I wonder if Anthony ever mourned for his donor like I did? Did he ever think of ways , not that it was expected, but ways that he could honor his donor? Did he ever shed a tear for his donor or donors’ family because of their loss? Did he ever want to change his life after being given a second chance at life? I am sad to say that we probably know the answer to these questions…..The doctors did not make the wrong decision in denying Anthony a heart transplant, their mistake was to give a heart to someone who never had any intention of taking care of his donated heart….in effect, Anthony was always going to be a heartless individual no matter how many heart transplants that he had…..what made Anthony such a heartless human being? Receiving someone elses organ is such a cherished honor that deserves to be appreciated.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Wow. I’m glad you got your donation,because you certainly appreciate it. And, I’m glad you decided to share here. 🙂

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