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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Dela Rosa
A Virginia woman was sentenced Friday to 35 years for throwing her 2-year-old granddaughter off a sixth-level walkway at a busy shopping mall, a murder the judge called "almost beyond comprehension."
A woman whose 2-year-old daughter was thrown to her death from a mall's sixth-floor pedestrian bridge sobbed through angry, agonized testimony Wednesday at the trial of her mother, who's charged with murdering the girl.
Mr. dela Rosa said his wife would take hours to respond to questions or make simple decisions, and became hysterical when he would leave for work because she did not want to be alone.
During Wednesday's testimony, Mrs. Ogdoc read a birthday card she received from her mother on her 21st birthday, in which Mrs. dela Rosa wrote "I feel very betrayed and disappointed with what you have done" by getting pregnant.