Joe Rosochacki


Hail Mary Full of WHAAAAT?


Aurelio Vallerillo-Sanchez,39, stole a 300 year old picture of the Virgin Mary.
The thought of stealing the picture was an act of total felonious precipitation.
He was allegedly a rapist who impregnated his teenaged victim,
It was because him,
That he wanted her to get an abortion in Mexico,
Financed by the stolen painting worth a 100 K.
So what did he have to say?
He pled 'no contest' in Omaha, Nebraska, in Douglas County.
Brenda Beadle, (She loves You, Yeah-Yeah-Yeah—sorry' I was thinking Beatles, my bad)
The county prosecutor said that he made his own bed.
When an abortion wasn't possible,
Vallerillo-Sanchez pushed to have the baby given up for adoption,
'He wanted to do everything he could to get rid of this baby 'cause it was evidence against him.'
Beadle said.
Who knew that a painting of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
Was to be used with such an erroneous deception,
And with zeal.
Aurelio, I pity you the day you die.
Why?
In highest court, you cannot plea ‘no contest’,
For a rape,
-attempted murder of unborn,
-and a violation of the commandment,
Thou Shall Not Steal.

8-28-09

Submitted: Saturday, August 29, 2009

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