Unless you’re Biden’s SCOTUS nominee, the shockingly soft on “baby sex torture porn” criminals judge Kentanji Jackson, there’s nothing more horrific than adults hurting and murdering children. Most people, unlike her and the sick sociopaths she slapped on the wrist, would prefer to deliver a…harsh punishment to those who torture, murder, or otherwise harm children.
Kimberly Marie Maurer, 37, learned that the hard way. She, a sick POS from Pennsylvania, found out the hard way that most Americans won’t permit the harm of children. She, accused of playing a role in the torture and murder of 12-year-old Max Schollenberger, the son of her then-fiance Scott Schollenberger, was handed a verdict by the jury in her case in under an hour. The Daily Wire, reporting on that sickening case and swift justice, reports that:
It took jurors in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania less than an hour to convict Kimberly Marie Maurer, 37, for her role in the death and torture of 12-year-old Max Schollenberger, the son of Maurer’s then-fiance Scott Schollenberger.
[…]Maurer and Schollenberger were charged in September 2020 over their decade-long abuse of young Max. After the verdict was delivered, Lebanon County District Attorney Pier Hess Graf told reporters that the trial showed “what pure evil personified looks like.”
“It shows how a child could be tortured, starved and punished in every way for existing,” she said. “And those twelve people stood up, looked (Maurer) in the face today and did right by that child.”
Graf also reportedly said that Mauer was “one of the most manipulative defendants I’ve ever seen, in that every person she interacts with has to serve a purpose or that person has to get attacked.”
Similarly, reporting on the charges that Maurer was faced with, the Lebanon Daily News reports that “Maurer was found guilty on multiple counts of criminal homicide, endangering the welfare of children, involuntary manslaughter and criminal conspiracy to endanger the welfare of children.”
That outlet, also reporting on the crime itself, described the horrific circumstance surrounding the death of the young boy, saying:
On May 26, 2020, Annville Township Police and members of the Lebanon County Detective Bureau found Max’s 12-year-old body in his second-floor room.
The cause of death was prolonged starvation, malnutrition and blunt force trauma, according to officials. Max was found with a broken eye socket, and multiple signs of blunt force trauma.
The room was caked with feces and urine, according to witnesses. There was a plate of french fries and chicken tenders, along with a cup containing a little water. The boy was naked on the bed, in a room with no toys or furniture.
“Pure evil” might have been an understatement. Anyone who would do such a thing to a young boy, locking him in a miserable room, starving him, and beating him, deserves to be dealt with in the harshest manner possible. Whatever punishment Maurer could possibly receive would be far, far too light. The death penalty would even be too light.