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|Video: Touching Documentary Of The Worlds Fattest Woman Accused Of Murdering Her by teebiggs: 7:16pm On Nov 08, 2013|
This incredible documentary follows the many twists and turns in the case of the Worlds fattest woman, 33 years old Mayra Rosales charged with the murder her two year old nephew with intimate interviews with her, her family and the investigators, lawyers and doctors involved in the case. The footage shows the fat cascading around her as she is hauled from her bed and her house by tarpaulin. There is so much tumbling flesh and it appeared as though she has no body, she was just a huge, wobbling mound.
She was one of the heaviest living people in the world on record. At her heaviest, she weighed 470 kg (1,036 lb) but currently weighs an estimated 91 kg (200 lb). She came to prominence in March 2008, when she was accused of the murder of her two year old nephew and In 2011, she was acquitted of all charges. During the run up to her trial, it was determined that Rosales could not possibly have caused the kind of injuries that killed Eliseo by falling on him because she was bed-ridden and totally immobile.
The injuries could only have been caused by a direct and deliberate strike to the head. Rosales's defense lawyer, Sergio Valdez, claimed that Rosales's immobilizing weight would not have allowed her to carry out such an attack. At her trial for capital murder, Mayra Rosales revealed that she had made up her story to protect her sister, whom Rosales accused of both neglecting and regularly physically abusing Eliseo. In this particular instance, Jaime Lee had hit Eliseo with a hairbrush for refusing to eat. When paramedics arrived, Rosales agreed to take the blame for causing the injuries to her nephew.
Jaime Lee Rosales fled when her sister revealed the truth, but returned to Texas after 2 1/2 years. She was sentenced to 15 years in jail for causing Eliseo's death
Rosales has been the subject of intense media attention, both on the death of her nephew, and due to her massive weight. In 2012, the US television channel TLC aired a documentary entitled 'Half-Ton Killer?' This was later also screened by UK broadcaster Channel 4. Rosales's case has been featured around the world, and she has given several interviews to media organizations.
In 2013, Rosales stated she had lost 800 pounds on the Spanish-language tv show Sábado Gigante She also appeared on Anderson Cooper in 2012 to discuss the changes that she had made.
Watch the touching Documentary here » http://enquizzle.blogspot.com/2013/11/video-touching-documentary-of-worlds.html
|Re: Video: Touching Documentary Of The Worlds Fattest Woman Accused Of Murdering Her by airclipse(m): 7:22pm On Nov 08, 2013|
|Re: Video: Touching Documentary Of The Worlds Fattest Woman Accused Of Murdering Her by gluv01(f): 3:12am On Nov 09, 2013|
The way that fat is rolled remind of that bread. I've forgotten the name, but you guys know the bread na
I even have the pishure but can't seem to remember the name now
@topic, if she was bedridden then she couldn't have possibly killed the son. So happy she lost some weight though to aid her health.
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