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« Reply #1140 on: November 21, 2009, 02:53:38 AM »

When ole Brad said on Oprah "that he tried to keep his heart pure" I thought I would puke.

I would have more respect for him if he was on the jailhouse steps demanding a hanging.
god help me nut you have a 240000 house and you drop a child in a maybe 2000 trailer. I am sorry you wrong imo

The issue is not the difference between a $240,000 home and a $2,000 trailer.  The issue is the  lifestyle of the mother ... the issue is the filthy environment.  Shaniya's needs ... physical ... spiritual and ... emotional could have been met in that small trailer home by a loving mother.

Janet

Janet, you are so right. When I was a child I loved to spend time with my grandparents who lived a very simple, humble lifestyle. They always had time to make me feel safe and special. My grandmother told me more than once "Not everyone can be rich, but everyone in America can be clean." The adults in Shaniya's life failed her on so many levels.


Janet- Well said! Rich people are often emotionally and spiritually poor and financially poor people are often the richest.

O/T Blumonkey- ITA!  Recently, I had the opportunity to eat at a community Hunter's Supper with relatives in my father's "poor" hometown.  I finished eating and while I waited on my relatives, I took a few minutes to listen to the constant hum of folks visiting together and sharing news. I was struck by the sense of community, the easy comradery that comes with knowing your neighbor.  I observed the sea of camouflage, worn by simple people...just as acceptable as more the fashionable outfits worn by a few.  I thought about several other people I know (who would invariably look down on these community members) and felt sorry for them.  These "poor" people were richer by far.  The proud people were the "poor" ones, IMO.

While I feel for Shaniya's father (no one should have to go through this), I'd like to know what he was thinking too.  It's not like AD had been stable and a constant in Shaniya's life for years.  When Brad says it was a one night stand, did he hire a prostitute?  Not saying he did, just asking the question.  I can understand wanting to give the mom a chance, but that should have begun with AD coming to his house for supervised visits for a loooong time, followed by AD taking Shaniya out on supervised jaunts to the park/ice cream parlor/playground.  Then, supervised visits to AD's home for a looong time.  All of this, hopefully coupled with, discreet inquiries to AD's neighborhood police officer regarding drug activity in the immediate neighborhood...at the least.  Not trying to condemn the man, just saying.  MO
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« Reply #1141 on: November 21, 2009, 02:54:21 AM »

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« Reply #1142 on: November 21, 2009, 03:10:18 AM »

When ole Brad said on Oprah "that he tried to keep his heart pure" I thought I would puke.

I would have more respect for him if he was on the jailhouse steps demanding a hanging.
god help me nut you have a 240000 house and you drop a child in a maybe 2000 trailer. I am sorry you wrong imo

I know right? Shaniya goes from Brad's home to live in that junk house and he doesn't think that it might affect her? did no one walk this little girl up to that trailer and look around once the door was opened? The dad said that AD had not lived in very good neighborhoods...so he allowed his daughter to go there? would he have stayed in that trailer but he allowed Shaniya to go there? and Carrie too...I believe that she loved Shaniya probably more than anyone...I am thinking that Brad would have let her keep Shaniya if she wanted to...what did she think when driving away from that nasty hole that she had just dropped this little girl off at? I don't think that I could live with myself if I was any of these people...my guilt and grief would be too overpowering...
oh wait if we listen to cheyeene(sp) he didn't take care of any kids so what does the sisters house look like?  and does she hsve mixed kids too?

What does having mixed kids have to do with anything?
I wondered if she had met someone that was white and maybe that is why they sent Shanyia off & tuff on relationship.  only because I can't make any sense of this and looking for reason that the aunt walked.  not that anyone has to answer to me but my own head just is trying to justify this & no price of house means nothing but higher price usually = lower crime better schools in most cases.


Michelle1111 I just wanted to be certain you saw this message to you from Klaasend, the administrator of this forum.  You would do well to heed her warning. MuffyBee


Drop the race issue.  Also drop the trailer (mobile home) talk as well.  I have many friends that are of mixed race and I'm offended by anyone thinking that in this day and age, it would make a difference.  My inlaws used to live in a very nice double wide mobile home out here in Calif.  Here's a mobile home for sale in Huntington Beach for $95,000.

http://www.trulia.com/property/1080849176-21851-Newland-St-Huntington-Beach-CA-92646

You are new to SM so I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt.  Please stick to the crime and not the race.  TIA
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« Reply #1143 on: November 21, 2009, 03:15:07 AM »

When ole Brad said on Oprah "that he tried to keep his heart pure" I thought I would puke.

I would have more respect for him if he was on the jailhouse steps demanding a hanging.
god help me nut you have a 240000 house and you drop a child in a maybe 2000 trailer. I am sorry you wrong imo

The issue is not the difference between a $240,000 home and a $2,000 trailer.  The issue is the  lifestyle of the mother ... the issue is the filthy environment.  Shaniya's needs ... physical ... spiritual and ... emotional could have been met in that small trailer home by a loving mother.

Janet

Janet, you are so right. When I was a child I loved to spend time with my grandparents who lived a very simple, humble lifestyle. They always had time to make me feel safe and special. My grandmother told me more than once "Not everyone can be rich, but everyone in America can be clean." The adults in Shaniya's life failed her on so many levels.


Janet- Well said! Rich people are often emotionally and spiritually poor and financially poor people are often the richest.

O/T Blumonkey- ITA!  Recently, I had the opportunity to eat at a community Hunter's Supper with relatives in my father's "poor" hometown.  I finished eating and while I waited on my relatives, I took a few minutes to listen to the constant hum of folks visiting together and sharing news. I was struck by the sense of community, the easy comradery that comes with knowing your neighbor.  I observed the sea of camouflage, worn by simple people...just as acceptable as more the fashionable outfits worn by a few.  I thought about several other people I know (who would invariably look down on these community members) and felt sorry for them.  These "poor" people were richer by far.  The proud people were the "poor" ones, IMO.

While I feel for Shaniya's father (no one should have to go through this), I'd like to know what he was thinking too.  It's not like AD had been stable and a constant in Shaniya's life for years.  When Brad says it was a one night stand, did he hire a prostitute?  Not saying he did, just asking the question.  I can understand wanting to give the mom a chance, but that should have begun with AD coming to his house for supervised visits for a loooong time, followed by AD taking Shaniya out on supervised jaunts to the park/ice cream parlor/playground.  Then, supervised visits to AD's home for a looong time.  All of this, hopefully coupled with, discreet inquiries to AD's neighborhood police officer regarding drug activity in the immediate neighborhood...at the least.  Not trying to condemn the man, just saying.  MO

I agree with everything you wrote! It's not about the price of your house or clothes the only thing that truly matters is what's in your heart.
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« Reply #1144 on: November 21, 2009, 03:21:30 AM »

When ole Brad said on Oprah "that he tried to keep his heart pure" I thought I would puke.

I would have more respect for him if he was on the jailhouse steps demanding a hanging.
god help me nut you have a 240000 house and you drop a child in a maybe 2000 trailer. I am sorry you wrong imo

I know right? Shaniya goes from Brad's home to live in that junk house and he doesn't think that it might affect her? did no one walk this little girl up to that trailer and look around once the door was opened? The dad said that AD had not lived in very good neighborhoods...so he allowed his daughter to go there? would he have stayed in that trailer but he allowed Shaniya to go there? and Carrie too...I believe that she loved Shaniya probably more than anyone...I am thinking that Brad would have let her keep Shaniya if she wanted to...what did she think when driving away from that nasty hole that she had just dropped this little girl off at? I don't think that I could live with myself if I was any of these people...my guilt and grief would be too overpowering...
oh wait if we listen to cheyeene(sp) he didn't take care of any kids so what does the sisters house look like?  and does she hsve mixed kids too?

What does having mixed kids have to do with anything?
I wondered if she had met someone that was white and maybe that is why they sent Shanyia off & tuff on relationship.  only because I can't make any sense of this and looking for reason that the aunt walked.  not that anyone has to answer to me but my own head just is trying to justify this & no price of house means nothing but higher price usually = lower crime better schools in most cases.

I don't know many people in this day and age who would think like that. I'm not saying it doesn't happen. Bradley Lockhart seems to have multiple mixed race children and his family seems to love them unconditionally. He most likely came from a background where race doesn't matter.

As an aunt if some man walked into my life and said he couldn't accept my niece or nephew because of their race I'd send him walking. No one gets in the way of my family.
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« Reply #1145 on: November 21, 2009, 03:58:28 AM »

O/T 
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On Topic...........
I saw the pic taken by the one who went to the hotel, of the carpet pattern.  As some in here have said, it looks like the same pattern on the carpet, but off a bit somehow. 

For those monkeys who are good with pics, could you check out the following, if you haven't already?  Seems that one or more of the three pics we've already been looking at, may have been flipped.  That *could* account for why the pattern on the carpet seems a bit off.  But my main reason in thinking that is because of the elevator seen in the pic taken by that person vs. the three we already had. 

The number of the elevator is inside the doorframe (near where the doors open).  In the 3 pics we've been looking at, when it can be seen, that number is on the left.  But in the 4th and newer pic, that number is on the right.  Can you guys flip the pics with that number shown, so they are the same, then compare side by side?  Hope this makes sense!  The carpet pattern might even match up, who knows?  lol 

And I agree with those who are thinking that of the three pics that LE released, it seems that at least one is of Shaniya being carried 'out', while at least one is of her being carried 'in'.  She just looks sooooo different in the middle pic.  IMO.  Why LE would say they are all three of her being carried in, if they actually weren't, I dunno.   

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« Reply #1146 on: November 21, 2009, 04:05:16 AM »


Someone mentioned there was internet access, was that access within the rooms, or out in the lobby?  If within the rooms, am hoping that LE has checked that room's comp. for a history of live streaming, cam, etc.   

Child porn crosses my mind, as does Shaniya's death having possibly been made into a "snuff film".   

The reason I'm wondering all that... is because of the "robbery" that was at McNeill and gf's home (was it the same day he was arrested or in the days following?), and an E-machine was taken, or attempted?  I know there was some discussion in here earlier on. 

Could there be something accessed on the net in the hotel's comp that has to do with something similiar in that E-machine at McNeil's home? 

Just wondering if someone really really REALLY didn't want whatever may have been on that E-machine to be taken as evidence in Shaniya's case, so staged a robbery to make it go missing. 
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« Reply #1147 on: November 21, 2009, 05:24:47 AM »

Obituary


Published: 12:00 AM, Sat Nov 21, 2009
Shaniya N. Davis


FAYETTEVILLE - Miss Shaniya Nicole Davis, 5, of 7935 Lester Drive, passed away Monday, Nov. 16, 2009.

Shaniya was a happy, loving and friendly little girl. She was a good little helper around the house. She loved to play dress up and do girly things like fixing hair and playing with her Barbie dolls. She loved playing outside and riding her scooter. Pink and yellow were her favorite colors. She was a kindergarten student at Morganton Road Elementary School.

You came into our lives

for a little while.

You left footprints on

our hearts, and we will

never be the same!

She leaves behind to cherish her memories her father, Bradley W. Lockhart of Fayetteville; her mother, Antoinette Davis of Fayetteville; paternal grandparents, William and Stephanie Raynor of Lexington Park, Md.; maternal grandparents, Carl and Priscilla Summers; maternal great-grandmother, Sarah Davis; maternal great-great-grandmother, Hunter Blue; four brothers, Byron Coleman of Charlotte, Alijah Fogle of Titusville, Fla., Chavez Lockhart and Joe Davis, both of Fayetteville; two sisters, Michele Coleman of Michigan and Cheyenne Lockhart of Fayetteville; two aunts, Brenda Davis and Sara Davis; four great-aunts, Patricia Davis, Leona Davis, Caroline Davis and Yvonne Mitchell; six great-uncles, Mike Davis, Levon Davis, Derrick Davis, Sylvester Davis, Larry Mitchell and Arthur Cromartie of Fayetteville; her second family, Tyrongella Davis and the Turner family of Raeford. She had a host of other cousins and relatives.

The family will receive friends from 5 to 9 p.m. today, Nov. 21, 2009, at Rogers and Breece Funeral Home, 500 Ramsey St., Fayetteville.

Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009, at Manna Church with the Rev. Johnny C. Davis officiating. She will be laid to rest at Fayetteville Memorial Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Mike Owens, Joseph Santiago, Byron Coleman and Chavez Lockhart. Honorary pallbearers will be Steve Gilliam, Joe McGee, Tony Eason and her kindergarten class at Morganton Road Elementary School.

Memorial donations may be made to The Shaniya Davis Trust Fund, c/o Wachovia Bank, 4200 Morganton Road, Fayetteville, NC 28304.

Services entrusted to Rogers and Breece Funeral Home, of Fayetteville.

http://www.fayobserver.com/Articles/2009/11/21/954064
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« Reply #1148 on: November 21, 2009, 07:43:28 AM »

http://www.duniyalive.com/?p=75246
Shaniya Davis’ father appears on ‘Oprah Winfrey Show’
Posted on November 21st, 2009 in America
New York: Shaniya Davis’s father Bradley Lockhart appeared in the ‘Oprah infrey Show’ on Friday. Lockhart and his sister, Carey appeared in the interview.

Shaniya Davis was a 5-year-old girl, whose dead body was recovered from Fayetteville area. The girl went missing from a local hotel last week.

Shaniya’s dead body was located in an area bordered by Highway 87 south and Walker Road - just south of Sanford - during a second day of searching.

Meanwhile, Shaniya’s mother Antoinette Nicole Davis was charged with human trafficking, child abuse and prostitution. She has been arrested on several charges.

According to the reports, Nicole Davis is being questioned by the Fayetteville police in extensive way. According to the Fayetteville police, Shaniya was last seen with 29-year-old Mario McNeill, with whom she went out.
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« Reply #1149 on: November 21, 2009, 08:55:54 AM »

Obituary


Published: 12:00 AM, Sat Nov 21, 2009
Shaniya N. Davis


FAYETTEVILLE - Miss Shaniya Nicole Davis, 5, of 7935 Lester Drive, passed away Monday, Nov. 16, 2009.

Shaniya was a happy, loving and friendly little girl. She was a good little helper around the house. She loved to play dress up and do girly things like fixing hair and playing with her Barbie dolls. She loved playing outside and riding her scooter. Pink and yellow were her favorite colors. She was a kindergarten student at Morganton Road Elementary School.

You came into our lives

for a little while.

You left footprints on

our hearts, and we will

never be the same!

She leaves behind to cherish her memories her father, Bradley W. Lockhart of Fayetteville; her mother, Antoinette Davis of Fayetteville; paternal grandparents, William and Stephanie Raynor of Lexington Park, Md.; maternal grandparents, Carl and Priscilla Summers; maternal great-grandmother, Sarah Davis; maternal great-great-grandmother, Hunter Blue; four brothers, Byron Coleman of Charlotte, Alijah Fogle of Titusville, Fla., Chavez Lockhart and Joe Davis, both of Fayetteville; two sisters, Michele Coleman of Michigan and Cheyenne Lockhart of Fayetteville; two aunts, Brenda Davis and Sara Davis; four great-aunts, Patricia Davis, Leona Davis, Caroline Davis and Yvonne Mitchell; six great-uncles, Mike Davis, Levon Davis, Derrick Davis, Sylvester Davis, Larry Mitchell and Arthur Cromartie of Fayetteville; her second family, Tyrongella Davis and the Turner family of Raeford. She had a host of other cousins and relatives.

The family will receive friends from 5 to 9 p.m. today, Nov. 21, 2009, at Rogers and Breece Funeral Home, 500 Ramsey St., Fayetteville.

Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009, at Manna Church with the Rev. Johnny C. Davis officiating. She will be laid to rest at Fayetteville Memorial Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Mike Owens, Joseph Santiago, Byron Coleman and Chavez Lockhart. Honorary pallbearers will be Steve Gilliam, Joe McGee, Tony Eason and her kindergarten class at Morganton Road Elementary School.

Memorial donations may be made to The Shaniya Davis Trust Fund, c/o Wachovia Bank, 4200 Morganton Road, Fayetteville, NC 28304.

Services entrusted to Rogers and Breece Funeral Home, of Fayetteville.

http://www.fayobserver.com/Articles/2009/11/21/954064


. . . Where is Aunt Carey Lockhart-Davis mentioned?! How very odd . . . especially given that she was her primary caretaker.
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« Reply #1150 on: November 21, 2009, 09:02:05 AM »

When ole Brad said on Oprah "that he tried to keep his heart pure" I thought I would puke.

I would have more respect for him if he was on the jailhouse steps demanding a hanging.
god help me nut you have a 240000 house and you drop a child in a maybe 2000 trailer. I am sorry you wrong imo

The issue is not the difference between a $240,000 home and a $2,000 trailer.  The issue is the  lifestyle of the mother ... the issue is the filthy environment.  Shaniya's needs ... physical ... spiritual and ... emotional could have been met in that small trailer home by a loving mother.

Janet

Perfectly said Janet.

yes...well said...any comments that I may or may not have made about the bio does not have anything to do with her living in a mobile home vs a frame home...it has to do with the WAY that she lived in that home...she could have lived in a home like the dad lives in and it could have still been a pit! which it was! my mother lives in a very very nice mobile home and it is clean and tidy...so no criticism from me on that issue....but trash is trash no matter where one lives...just because someone lives in a not so fancy house doesn't mean that it can't be clean and kept up..there is no excuse for the way that that home of bio's looked inside except for pure laziness...jmo

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« Reply #1151 on: November 21, 2009, 09:14:09 AM »


Someone mentioned there was internet access, was that access within the rooms, or out in the lobby?  If within the rooms, am hoping that LE has checked that room's comp. for a history of live streaming, cam, etc.   

Child porn crosses my mind, as does Shaniya's death having possibly been made into a "snuff film".   

The reason I'm wondering all that... is because of the "robbery" that was at McNeill and gf's home (was it the same day he was arrested or in the days following?), and an E-machine was taken, or attempted?  I know there was some discussion in here earlier on. 

Could there be something accessed on the net in the hotel's comp that has to do with something similiar in that E-machine at McNeil's home? 

Just wondering if someone really really REALLY didn't want whatever may have been on that E-machine to be taken as evidence in Shaniya's case, so staged a robbery to make it go missing. 


Hi Wyks! 

I completely agree with you re: this was all for child porn of some sort- perhaps even something much larger than just him acting alone. MM is just a thug who has been involved in a number of 'enterprising' activities, including theft and drug dealing; playing broker or delivery guy in the world of child trafficking/porn would not be a stretch of the imagination.

I must have missed the robbery at McNeill's thing though . . . certainly would sound an alarm, I should think. Shall try to go back and find that. (I also confess to not knowing what an 'E machine' is - assuming it is a computer/data storage or transfer device of some sort - LOL.) Will go google that now. . . Thanks for the info, Wyks.
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« Reply #1152 on: November 21, 2009, 09:16:53 AM »

Obituary


Published: 12:00 AM, Sat Nov 21, 2009
Shaniya N. Davis


FAYETTEVILLE - Miss Shaniya Nicole Davis, 5, of 7935 Lester Drive, passed away Monday, Nov. 16, 2009.

Shaniya was a happy, loving and friendly little girl. She was a good little helper around the house. She loved to play dress up and do girly things like fixing hair and playing with her Barbie dolls. She loved playing outside and riding her scooter. Pink and yellow were her favorite colors. She was a kindergarten student at Morganton Road Elementary School.

You came into our lives

for a little while.

You left footprints on

our hearts, and we will

never be the same!

She leaves behind to cherish her memories her father, Bradley W. Lockhart of Fayetteville; her mother, Antoinette Davis of Fayetteville; paternal grandparents, William and Stephanie Raynor of Lexington Park, Md.; maternal grandparents, Carl and Priscilla Summers; maternal great-grandmother, Sarah Davis; maternal great-great-grandmother, Hunter Blue; four brothers, Byron Coleman of Charlotte, Alijah Fogle of Titusville, Fla., Chavez Lockhart and Joe Davis, both of Fayetteville; two sisters, Michele Coleman of Michigan and Cheyenne Lockhart of Fayetteville; two aunts, Brenda Davis and Sara Davis; four great-aunts, Patricia Davis, Leona Davis, Caroline Davis and Yvonne Mitchell; six great-uncles, Mike Davis, Levon Davis, Derrick Davis, Sylvester Davis, Larry Mitchell and Arthur Cromartie of Fayetteville; her second family, Tyrongella Davis and the Turner family of Raeford. She had a host of other cousins and relatives.

The family will receive friends from 5 to 9 p.m. today, Nov. 21, 2009, at Rogers and Breece Funeral Home, 500 Ramsey St., Fayetteville.

Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009, at Manna Church with the Rev. Johnny C. Davis officiating. She will be laid to rest at Fayetteville Memorial Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Mike Owens, Joseph Santiago, Byron Coleman and Chavez Lockhart. Honorary pallbearers will be Steve Gilliam, Joe McGee, Tony Eason and her kindergarten class at Morganton Road Elementary School.

Memorial donations may be made to The Shaniya Davis Trust Fund, c/o Wachovia Bank, 4200 Morganton Road, Fayetteville, NC 28304.

Services entrusted to Rogers and Breece Funeral Home, of Fayetteville.

http://www.fayobserver.com/Articles/2009/11/21/954064


. . . Where is Aunt Carey Lockhart-Davis mentioned?! How very odd . . . especially given that she was her primary caretaker.


I might not have the right to say  this but no way on Gods green earth would have listed the mother that was in fact just as responsible for the death of her child she sold her child for drugs and sold her own soul to the devil...this is very upsetting to me...and not to mention aunt Carey the one person that seems to have really loved Shaniya is not in orbit.
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« Reply #1153 on: November 21, 2009, 09:33:41 AM »

O.T.

The reason for the Feces on the doorknobs, railing, backporch, tub, etc. is for the landlord,this is only a theory of mine.
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« Reply #1154 on: November 21, 2009, 09:34:27 AM »

When ole Brad said on Oprah "that he tried to keep his heart pure" I thought I would puke.

I would have more respect for him if he was on the jailhouse steps demanding a hanging.
god help me nut you have a 240000 house and you drop a child in a maybe 2000 trailer. I am sorry you wrong imo

The issue is not the difference between a $240,000 home and a $2,000 trailer.  The issue is the  lifestyle of the mother ... the issue is the filthy environment.  Shaniya's needs ... physical ... spiritual and ... emotional could have been met in that small trailer home by a loving mother.

Janet

Perfectly said Janet.

yes...well said...any comments that I may or may not have made about the bio does not have anything to do with her living in a mobile home vs a frame home...it has to do with the WAY that she lived in that home...she could have lived in a home like the dad lives in and it could have still been a pit! which it was! my mother lives in a very very nice mobile home and it is clean and tidy...so no criticism from me on that issue....but trash is trash no matter where one lives...just because someone lives in a not so fancy house doesn't mean that it can't be clean and kept up..there is no excuse for the way that that home of bio's looked inside except for pure laziness...jmo



Good Morning Cookie!   

Your reply is spot on, IMO . . . and, in addition to the physical filth, these poor children were surrounded by an environment filled with drugs, prostitution, and all the lack of values and conscience that accompanies such an emotionally filthy lifestyle. Money/assets & social standing alone do not make a loving & nurturing environment for raising children. History is filled with stories of people raised to become productive, accomplished adults with little more than love, attention, & devotion.
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« Reply #1155 on: November 21, 2009, 09:47:59 AM »

When ole Brad said on Oprah "that he tried to keep his heart pure" I thought I would puke.

I would have more respect for him if he was on the jailhouse steps demanding a hanging.
god help me nut you have a 240000 house and you drop a child in a maybe 2000 trailer. I am sorry you wrong imo

I know right? Shaniya goes from Brad's home to live in that junk house and he doesn't think that it might affect her? did no one walk this little girl up to that trailer and look around once the door was opened? The dad said that AD had not lived in very good neighborhoods...so he allowed his daughter to go there? would he have stayed in that trailer but he allowed Shaniya to go there? and Carrie too...I believe that she loved Shaniya probably more than anyone...I am thinking that Brad would have let her keep Shaniya if she wanted to...what did she think when driving away from that nasty hole that she had just dropped this little girl off at? I don't think that I could live with myself if I was any of these people...my guilt and grief would be too overpowering...
oh wait if we listen to cheyeene(sp) he didn't take care of any kids so what does the sisters house look like?  and does she hsve mixed kids too?

What does having mixed kids have to do with anything?
I wondered if she had met someone that was white and maybe that is why they sent Shanyia off & tuff on relationship.  only because I can't make any sense of this and looking for reason that the aunt walked.  not that anyone has to answer to me but my own head just is trying to justify this & no price of house means nothing but higher price usually = lower crime better schools in most cases.


Michelle1111 I just wanted to be certain you saw this message to you from Klaasend, the administrator of this forum.  You would do well to heed her warning. MuffyBee


Drop the race issue.  Also drop the trailer (mobile home) talk as well.  I have many friends that are of mixed race and I'm offended by anyone thinking that in this day and age, it would make a difference.  My inlaws used to live in a very nice double wide mobile home out here in Calif.  Here's a mobile home for sale in Huntington Beach for $95,000.

http://www.trulia.com/property/1080849176-21851-Newland-St-Huntington-Beach-CA-92646

You are new to SM so I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt.  Please stick to the crime and not the race.  TIA

Bumping this up to be certain it's seen.  MuffyBee
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« Reply #1156 on: November 21, 2009, 10:00:07 AM »

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http://www.fayobserver.com/Articles/2009/11/20/953940

Published: 05:07 AM, Sat Nov 21, 2009
McNeil told he may get death penalty
By Nick Needham
Staff writer


Mario Andrette McNeill could receive the death penalty if convicted of killing 5-year-old Shaniya Davis.

That was what Judge George Franks told McNeill during a hearing Friday at the Cumberland County Detention Center.

McNeill, 29, of the 2600 block of Pine Springs Drive, was charged Thursday night with first-degree murder and first-degree rape of a child. He faces life in prison without parole on the rape charge.

McNeill attended the short hearing with his lawyer, Allen Rodgers, by his side.

McNeill's mother also attended the hearing. She made no comments to the media.

McNeill was already in jail, charged with first-degree kidnapping of Shaniya, whose body was found Monday off Walker Road in Lee County.

Following Friday's hearing, McNeill was transferred to Central Prison in Raleigh for safekeeping until his next court date on Dec. 9.

Rodgers didn't indicate whether McNeill would plead not guilty to the charges.

"The only thing he's admitting to at this time is that he's the man with the child in the surveillance video," Rogers said last week.

Shaniya was reported missing from her home off Murchison Road on Nov. 10. McNeill is accused of taking the girl and traveling to a Sanford hotel with her.

Shaniya was last seen alive leaving the motel with McNeill about 11/2hours later, police say.

McNeill turned himself in to police Nov. 13 and was charged with kidnapping Shaniya.

Police searched McNeill's car the same day for any evidence that Shaniya might have been in the car.

The following day, Shaniya's mother, Antoinette Davis, 25, of the 1100 block of Sleepy Hollow Road, was charged with human trafficking and child abuse involving prostitution, obstructing an investigation and filling a false police report.

Shaniya's father, Bradley Lockhart, told TV host Oprah Winfrey on Friday that he learned how his daughter died from a Fayetteville police detective before the information was released to the media.

Oprah asked Lockhart if he thought Davis was a good mother.

"I felt in my heart she had the intentions to be.... I never seen any anger or hatred toward Shaniya,'' Lockhart said.

Davis' mother, Ann Summers, was waiting to see when she could visit her daughter, who is in jail.

Summers said that she has faith in her daughter and that McNeill was wrong for doing what he is accused of - kidnapping, raping and killing Shaniya.

"Life had just started for that child," she said.

Davis was not involved in drugs or prostitution, Summer said, and she provided a safe environment for Shaniya.

"She wouldn't hurt her children; my daughter is a good mother," Summers said.

A sheriff's spokeswoman said Davis had been arrested in the past on drug and prostitution charges, but she was not convicted.

Davis, whose lawyer is D.W. Bray, remains in jail with bail set at $51,000.

Shaniya's family will receive friends from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Rogers and Breece Funeral Home on Ramsey Street.

Her funeral will be at Manna Church at 3 p.m. Sunday. She will be buried at Fayetteville Memorial Cemetery.
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« Reply #1157 on: November 21, 2009, 10:23:25 AM »

Thank-you for all the updates. I've read, but don't know if it is true, that Brad is engaged, maybe part of the reason he let Shaniya go there to stay longer is the new fiancee didn't want kids around.
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« Reply #1158 on: November 21, 2009, 10:28:40 AM »

May have already been posted:

http://www.fayobserver.com/Articles/2009/11/20/953940

Published: 05:07 AM, Sat Nov 21, 2009
McNeil told he may get death penalty
By Nick Needham
Staff writer


Mario Andrette McNeill could receive the death penalty if convicted of killing 5-year-old Shaniya Davis.

That was what Judge George Franks told McNeill during a hearing Friday at the Cumberland County Detention Center.

McNeill, 29, of the 2600 block of Pine Springs Drive, was charged Thursday night with first-degree murder and first-degree rape of a child. He faces life in prison without parole on the rape charge.

McNeill attended the short hearing with his lawyer, Allen Rodgers, by his side.

McNeill's mother also attended the hearing. She made no comments to the media.

McNeill was already in jail, charged with first-degree kidnapping of Shaniya, whose body was found Monday off Walker Road in Lee County.

Following Friday's hearing, McNeill was transferred to Central Prison in Raleigh for safekeeping until his next court date on Dec. 9.

Rodgers didn't indicate whether McNeill would plead not guilty to the charges.

"The only thing he's admitting to at this time is that he's the man with the child in the surveillance video," Rogers said last week.

Shaniya was reported missing from her home off Murchison Road on Nov. 10. McNeill is accused of taking the girl and traveling to a Sanford hotel with her.

Shaniya was last seen alive leaving the motel with McNeill about 11/2hours later, police say.

McNeill turned himself in to police Nov. 13 and was charged with kidnapping Shaniya.

Police searched McNeill's car the same day for any evidence that Shaniya might have been in the car.

The following day, Shaniya's mother, Antoinette Davis, 25, of the 1100 block of Sleepy Hollow Road, was charged with human trafficking and child abuse involving prostitution, obstructing an investigation and filling a false police report.

Shaniya's father, Bradley Lockhart, told TV host Oprah Winfrey on Friday that he learned how his daughter died from a Fayetteville police detective before the information was released to the media.

Oprah asked Lockhart if he thought Davis was a good mother.

"I felt in my heart she had the intentions to be.... I never seen any anger or hatred toward Shaniya,'' Lockhart said.

Davis' mother, Ann Summers, was waiting to see when she could visit her daughter, who is in jail.

Summers said that she has faith in her daughter and that McNeill was wrong for doing what he is accused of - kidnapping, raping and killing Shaniya.

"Life had just started for that child," she said.

Davis was not involved in drugs or prostitution, Summer said, and she provided a safe environment for Shaniya.

"She wouldn't hurt her children; my daughter is a good mother," Summers said.

A sheriff's spokeswoman said Davis had been arrested in the past on drug and prostitution charges, but she was not convicted.

Davis, whose lawyer is D.W. Bray, remains in jail with bail set at $51,000.

Shaniya's family will receive friends from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Rogers and Breece Funeral Home on Ramsey Street.

Her funeral will be at Manna Church at 3 p.m. Sunday. She will be buried at Fayetteville Memorial Cemetery.

Casey Anthony was a good mother", Ted Bundy was a good son. People are greedy, did A.D. have an Insurance Policy
on her child?  MM and AD hatch a plan at the nursing home to make money off her child?  Why would MM think it was OK
for him to do what he did? 
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« Reply #1159 on: November 21, 2009, 11:16:54 AM »

Questions:
Why was Aunt Carey left off obituary?
I see that he has 7 kids? (busy guy)
I don't believe that MM rented that room, nobody has said he was checked in?
I don't know how they can prove he raped her, because after that many days
the DNA would have been to degraded, unless he confessed or bugs where tested
(I didn't want to say maggots)
I'm sorry but I believe that MM has had help from someone in LE or court system
from his first conviction when he got probation on a very serious charge?
I also think thats why he smirks in his pictures, its like he's saying prove it.
I wish the FBI was in charge of this. I don't trust the locals at all.
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