Originally posted on WPMT FOX43:
PHOENIX, Arizona- Prosecutors have taken back their deal. Some supporters want their money returned. Her private lawyers have quit. Now the civil rights activist who stood by Shanesha Taylor says he has had enough.
The 43-year-old was charged with felony abuse after authorities say she left her two young children in a hot car while she went on a job interview.
According to KTVK, civil rights activist Rev. Jarrett Maupin, who once led the charge to support Taylor, says he’s done.
He says after helping to broker the deal of a lifetime with Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, where there would be no charges if she attended drug and parenting classes and put some of the money donated to her in a trust for her children, Taylor has “no follow-through so our hopes turned into nightmares.”
Maupin said he lined up numerous job interviews for Taylor in the hotel, restaurant…
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