Saturday, September 22, 2012

TKC EXCLUSIVE AND BREAKING NEWS!!! JOCO MOM KILLER ESMIE TSENG COULD BE FREE AS SOON AS NEXT MONTH!!!



A very SPECIAL THANKS to the MOST KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTERS who sent this important Johnson County justice item our way.

To wit . . .

ACCORDING TO KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS INFO, ESMIE TSENG COULD BE OUT OF JAIL AS SOON AS NEXT MONTH AFTER STABBING HER MOM TO DEATH DURING A DOMESTIC DISPUTE ABOUT 6 YEARS AGO!!!

Courtsey of KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTERS . . .

Check the link and notice that Oct 1, 2012 is the earliest possible release date for the young woman who is now 23 years-old.


Real talk . . . While TKC stands for justice and public safety . . . I'm also wondering if it would be out of line if I asked for a date.

Anyhoo . . .

Esmie Tseng's mom killing sparked a bit of controversy given that there were more than a few people who rallied to her defense and wanted her to avoid any jail time at all. In the media, the case seemed to draw sympathy for an Americanized teen claiming emotional duress and didn't really show much concern for the immigrant lady who did not conform to typical JoCo parent passivity.



Sadly, all of this went down before The Battle Hymn Of The Tiger Mom was popularized and able to provide a bit of insight (and possibly create more stereotypes) regarding a certain aspect of Asian parenting style.

Further reading . . .

From The Pitch: Is Esmie Evil?

And in the final analysis, this killing and possible parole reminds us that we have moved into a digital era that is redefining our culture.  Esmie's blogger rampage was a sign of the times that would be tragically repeated by young people throughout the nation in various forms. Also, online sympathy and political lobbying via the Internet mark this case that continues to set trends.

DEVELOPING . . .

18 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Cute.

Anonymous said...

This the National Enquirer? Oh sorry clicked on the wrong link.

May said...

Good pics!

Anonymous said...

You really hit the bottom today Buttello.

Anonymous said...

Wow! You mean someone got convicted before the local prosecutors could make them a sweet deal? Damn the system is broke.

Anonymous said...

A date with Esmie would be SWEET.

Friend Of Esmie said...

Actually TKC if you knew the details of this story you would not make fun of this young girl who has been through so much suffering. She says that mother was mentally and often physically abusive. Esmie reached out and people were trying to help her. This tragedy is serious and you are only right when you say that it sets a trend and signals the struggles that many of our youth are undergoing.

I hope Esmie is released early so she can start her life again and maybe receive more compassion then she had while growing up.

Anonymous said...

how much compassion did Esmie show her mother?

Anonymous said...

As much as her Mother showed her.
This murder wasn't created in a vacuum.

Anonymous said...

Wisdom @ 6:06.

Anonymous said...

This bitch should have gotten the needle and all this other shit would be moot. It is anyway..

Anonymous said...

The Pitch article was pretty good.

But, don't do the crime if you can't do the time!

Anonymous said...

Does somebody know, if she is out already? - because she has a new facebook account and it seems to be a real one!

Anonymous said...

Check her DOC profile again. She was released Oct. 1.

The amount of sympathy she got really irked me. It's not uncommon for kids to be convicted as adults — some lifers in California are were sentenced as juveniles for being involved in a crime that ended in murder.

http://www.hrw.org/reports/2008/us0108/6.htm

On the list of juveniles-convicted-as-adults sob stories, this should be pretty low.

Being female and middle class helps, I guess. Being cute can't hurt, either.

Anonymous said...

I am guessing you know the images you've used here are photoshopped. If so, you must realize that using images that have been doctored without stating as much in your post is disingenuous and salacious, for seemingly no other reason than to drive your opinion home. Gross.

Anonymous said...

These photos were all over the web. They aren't shopped. Love Esmie all you want. Remember her MURDERED mom too.

Dev said...

Horribly photoshopped.. Esmie, is quite an amazing woman. I can't imagine growing up in such a horrible way, I can't imagine treating a daughter that way, and I can't imagine dealing with going to prison after having lost your entire life. Someone who could survive all of that is quite a strong person, not one to be mocked or looked down upon.

Anonymous said...

It looks to me like Esmie has done more with her life in just the past year than most of you 'justice'-loving trolls get around to.

Her debt is paid. Her ordeal is over. Let her go in peace. To do anything but that is to deny the existence of a forgiving god and/or a vengeful one, or worse, to presume you think for Him, or for Esmie's mother.

But it's just an excuse to be cruel. We need less of that, not more.

If you have children, love them. If your children happen to be teenagers, put your arms around them once in a while. Especially when they fall short.

--- Mr. Last Light