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3.28.2006

Dr. Rohr Tidbit Buried In Morning News

"Elizabeth Rohr, convicted last week of defying a judge's order to turn her five youngest children over to their father, had a stun gun used on her by jailers Friday. Tom Reedy, a spokesman for the Denton County sheriff's office, said Dr. Rohr was not complying with book-in procedures and repeatedly sat on the floor without moving. The 46-year-old woman was beginning a six-month jail sentence for contempt. Judge L. Dee Shipman gave her the sentence for her behavior during a weeklong trial on a charge of interference with child custody. Dr. Rohr was convicted of the felony, but jurors did not give her jail time. " (Source)

4 comments:

Condoleesa said...

I never cease to be amazed at people that think they can refuse to comply with authority. Did she really think she would get away with that behavior?

Anonymous said...

It is also ridiculous that she first started acting like a Republic of Texas fanatic, but then changed over to an "Indian Tribe" member during her legal problems with Wise and Denton county. She can't even make up her mind over what brand of craziness she wants to use!!

Anonymous said...

Just Plain Crazy!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

She definitely has issues. Maybe she is trying to plead insanity after the fact. I think she just is a media crazed crazy.