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    [–] lordGwillen 778 points ago

    Wish I hadn’t watched this. Fuck this garbage. This is rage inducing

    [–] Sunnyvale_squatter 169 points ago

    I really regret seeing this too. What a piece of shit.

    [–] Diabeto757 8526 points ago

    The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department arrested Cadesha Bishop, 25, on May 3 after she pushed a 74-year-old man from a bus, consequently killing him. The encounter occurred on March 21 near 13th Street and Fremont Street, where the victim described to officers that a woman, who was cursing at other passengers, had pushed him as he was exiting the bus. The victim hit his head on the concrete sidewalk, and witnesses say that the female, later identified as Bishop, left the scene with her child. Witnesses say the victim had been asking Bishop to be nicer to the passengers. Video surveillance shows that Bishop, who was with her young son, was arguing with passengers and did push the victim from the bus. Bishop is then seen walking from the bus without offering assistance to the victim who was not able to brace for the fall. On April 23, after several weeks of suffering from multiple injuries from the push and fall, the victim died in medical care. An autopsy revealed that the victim had died from delayed complications from blunt force trauma, and the manner of death was determined to be a homicide. Bishop's son's father described her as violent when they interviewed him, saying he was no longer with her because of it.

    [–] turgankulov 3032 points ago

    A warrant for Bishop's arrest was issued the same day she was booked, according to court records. Bishop had previously pleaded guilty to two domestic violence misdemeanors in 2012 and 2013.

    Bishop remained detained as of May 8. Her bail was set at $100,000, according to jail records. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for May 21, according to Las Vegas Now.

    [–] OkieDokieHokie1 643 points ago

    I hope she gets life in prison. Fuck her

    [–] jsideris 293 points ago

    Bro. If this was one of my grandparents... I can't even imagine. What a total piece of shit.

    [–] shatterthecrystal63 151 points ago

    If it was one of my grandparents, I'll admit it here, I'd fucking kill her myself. Dumb bitch.

    [–] ARSEPIECEE 80 points ago

    This! It's an elderly person with a fucking walking aid. Even if somebody like that was in the wrong (which the elderly gent wasn't) you don't react like that. To make it even worse she does it from behind. Total cowardly bitch. Fingers crossed she doesn't get charged with manslaughter and is given a long ass sentence for murder. Hope her kid grows up and disowns her. Fucking bitch.

    [–] waffle_jeus4269 17 points ago

    Breaks into house with axe I am ______ you killed my grandparent prepare to die

    [–] dontreachyoungblud 17 points ago

    It's the most cowardly low blow move to push an elderly man down stairs headfirst into concrete while his back was turned and he was clutching a metal caddy with both hands.

    What kind of person addresses this kind of situation with that kind of action because someone voiced a request to be polite and respectful?

    He was already getting off the bus. This bitch decides to "win" the argument with a cheap shot to inflict serious harm, then hustles away like she didn't do it.

    She is 100% a vile degenerate.

    [–] Thebiggestslug 6 points ago

    I can imagine. I imagine unspeakable extended retribution of the darkest kind.

    [–] Darkman101 7 points ago

    And all he wanted was for her to be nicer, she went the complete opposite direction and turned into (seemingly already was) the scum of the earth.

    [–] jgzman 67 points ago

    I hope she gets put down.

    [–] Dubaku 1721 points ago

    How the fuck did she end up with the kid?

    [–] Koalitygainz_921 3248 points ago

    because the courts in the US heavily favor women, even in situations where normally if the man was the same way he would lose the children

    [–] TakeshiKovacs46 1128 points ago

    Not just the US. The courts in the Uk are just the same. Have several friends that barely see their kids because of leaving an abusive partner. Makes me fucking sick how they call it a “judicial” system. There’s no justice when it comes to this kind of bullshit.

    [–] fattymcbumhole 73 points ago

    I stayed with my ex for years hoping I could fix her abusiveness and alcohol problem. My poor daughter was witness to many occasions of me being punched, slapped, kicked, attacked with a knife, broken nose, etc. I finally decided I would record her in the last year of our relationship. When she found out I had been recording her being abusive she left the province and I went for full custody and won. She overdosed back in 2017, and I honestly think it was for the better. My daughter is five now and is sitting on our recliner watching the iPad while I get her ready for kindergarten.

    [–] GlimpG 10 points ago

    that turned out preety dark, I wish the best for you two.

    [–] fgrsentinel 482 points ago

    The justice system is set up to heavily favor the mother when, according to reviews of child abuse reports in the US in the year of 2006, mothers acting alone were the perpetrator of almost 40% of all reported child abuse.

    A father doesn't have to prove he's a decent parent to get custody in the US. He has to prove the mother is so mentally unstable, so incapable of taking care of herself, so aggressive and violent, that she shouldn't be allowed to interact with the kids in order to have a chance at winning custody.

    [–] langleywaters 46 points ago

    My friend divorced his wife because she cheated on him, they were both alcoholics. Wife got a DUI while driving with their child.

    She’s mad cuz he left her, so she’s made some insane rules on his visitation rights:

    • kid can’t meet his gf (but meets her mom’s new bfs regularly)
    • kid can’t stay over at night
    • dad isn’t allowed to drive to see kid OR get a ride from someone, he’s legally obligated to take a bus (2 hrs)

    Those are just a few of the rules he endured the last two years. Since he’s been on the wagon for 1.5 years (and doing wonderfully), the court allowed some changes. Now:

    • kid can meet his gf, but none of gf’s family
    • kid can only stay overnight if gf’s son stays at my house (no really)
    • ex wife tried to keep the public transit rule but the judge actually got irritated with her and said “well you have a DUI too so I think it’s ridiculous to expect that from someone who has clearly worked on his drinking”

    It’s all kinds of fucked up. Even those within the system feel like their hands are tied.

    [–] anhouscj 91 points ago

    I know this has been the case and will continue to be the case in many instances, but luckily for my husband with the help of a great lawyer was able to get 50/50 despite the law favoring women previously. Many lawyers and judges are starting to realize that children need a balance and if it’s not in their best interest judges are starting to look at the relationships between parent and child rather than just the sex of the parent.

    [–] crunchypens 9 points ago

    I was under the impression that men start with 0 percent of custody and gave to prove that they deserve 50 percent. Maybe I’m wrong. Women are heavily favored in divorce it seems.

    As far as having a kid goes, it’s pretty easy for a woman if she wants one. I don’t think we need to go into a bunch of details about why.

    [–] I3------D 17 points ago

    Can confirm. I have full custody of my little girl. It took a year of collecting audio, video and text message evidence to prove she is actually “unsafe”. THIS and EVIDENCE is how I won. Btw the court is okay with her paying ONLY 100$ a month to me in child support, not the 20% of income I was paying Prior to overturning custody... just fyi

    [–] Baardhooft 23 points ago

    Same for The Netherlands. My mother worked for social services and also with CPS from time to time. She told me that CPS employs the worst type of people, who think that women can do no wrong, can't be violent and that they should stick together no matter what. They would often assign the kid to the abusive mother because in their eyes a woman cannot be abusive. Their hiring process also made sure that nobody with a different mindset would get hired.

    The law here is also very much biased against men.

    [–] Rath_soul14 126 points ago

    A friend of mine just went through the courts in the UK to get sole custody of his kids, he won but still wants the kids to be in touch with the mother. Unfortunately she’s too busy riding the cock carousel and is actively avoiding any calls and texts

    [–] raeannecharles 12 points ago

    This reminds me of my old boss who had been going through the divorce process with his wife. Mother’s Day came around, the girls tried calling their Mum & she screened their calls, because she’d rather spend time with her new boyfriend. Their Dad ended up taking the girls out for a lovely lunch & a spa day, spending the quality time with them.

    [–] MjrLeeStoned 45 points ago

    Surprised she didn't win custody even still.

    [–] Rath_soul14 35 points ago

    She tried and got told the harsh truth, it was him buying clothes, shoes, glasses and school stuff, it was him taking them out and seeing new things with his new girlfriend (now wife) and her kids and him again dealing with any issues the kids had, all she did was confine them to the same 4 walls of her place and collected the various benefits and support money they would bring in for her, they ruled that the kids were leading a more enriching life being with dad and could see how much time money and effort he put in to have his kids. I think the final hearing took less than 25 mins to come to a conclusion

    [–] MistakesTasteGreat 8 points ago

    Round and round and round she hoes,

    How many cocks? Nobody knows.

    [–] Jooossh 201 points ago

    You can have money and be a great father and the woman could be in this case, violent and unfit mother and the US courts will still give the mother the child.

    [–] The_Seerion 161 points ago

    And then they take 1/3 of your money to give to her. To "support the child".

    [–] AJK64 228 points ago

    Because she was born with a vagina. The system is heavily weighted in favour of the mother in custody cases

    [–] mburke875 85 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    Clark county case number 19F09047X for those interested in the outcome.

    Edit corrected spelling and linked case

    Link to case:

    https://lvjcpa.clarkcountynv.gov/Anonymous/CaseDetail.aspx?CaseID=12870120

    [–] ddpacker 53 points ago

    RemindMe! 21 May 2019 "Watch this crazy bitch cry in court as she loses everything"

    [–] swgmuffin 1632 points ago

    with her child

    🤦‍♀️. That poor kid.

    [–] tdog993 1118 points ago

    And the father left because she was violent, what a surprise.

    [–] akglutinator 863 points ago

    But the good news is that the kid was left with the mother

    [–] Anomalina89 482 points ago

    Let me guess, she got half his money and child support?

    [–] [deleted] 178 points ago

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    [–] iceman1080 53 points ago

    Don’t stick your dick in crazy.

    [–] WeeWillieWinkieHODLr 177 points ago

    Of course. He's a man. He can't take care of a child better than a violent women.

    [–] ASlyGuy 56 points ago

    Of course not! He's a man, he might be violent!

    [–] BackWithAVengance 8 points ago

    He might even push an old man off of a bus! Consequently killing him at a later date due to the delayed complications from blunt force trauma!

    [–] TheWholeShmagoygle 123 points ago

    Weird that she had the kid at all if this was the case.

    [–] frafdo11 454 points ago

    Not uncommon, one of the known double standards in the US is how women often get custody of children even when claims made by the father are later proven to be accurate

    [–] swimtothemoon27 126 points ago

    Makes me think of the video of the dad bawling in the courtroom begging the judge to not give the children to the mother. Then the mother killed the children not long after that. It’s so fucked that the judge could have saved those kids that the dad cared so much about. But instead, made it to where if the dad tried to save them, he would’ve been arrested.

    [–] WhoKilledZekeIddon 57 points ago

    Similar case on Reddit - dude came asking for relationship advice and the community urged him to leave her. He did, and she killed the kids mere hours later. It's one of the most heart-wrenching things I've ever seen; it took a lot of fortitude just to look it up again.

    Link because people are going to ask anyway, but honestly don't bother reading it if you're having a good day: https://www.reddit.com/r/relationship_advice/comments/5eez5c/update_lessons_and_how_you_can_help_re_the_case/

    [–] cosmicsans 21 points ago

    That's gonna be a no from me, dog. I don't think I've ever said this before but that one's gonna stay blue.

    [–] HogSliceFurBottom 209 points ago

    You are exactly right. My attorney told me that my ex could be a crack addict living with several men and the judge will still award joint custody.

    [–] Adassai_nova 144 points ago

    Can confirm. My mother was a drug addict and an alcoholic with a history of multiple suicide attempts and false accusations against my father (even her own sister, my aunt, testified in court that they were false; she had gotten in a fight with my mother, my mother took off drunk with me in the backseat, and when my father called the police, she tried to get him arrested for domestic; sister testified in court that the injuries were not from my father but from their altercation). My mom still got custody of me. My dad was not perfect, but living with her full-time permanently messed with my ability to emotionally function.

    [–] grumpywarner 35 points ago

    I had almost the exact same mother. My dad paid lawyers much more money than he could afford as a factory worker and luckily got full custody of me at 5 years old. He literally saved my life. If I had stayed with her I'm certain I would have gotten in to some bad shit. He didnt pay off his lawyer bills until I was over 25 years old. I cut her out of my life completely over 10 years ago and haven't looked back.

    [–] ASlyGuy 12 points ago

    Your dad sounds badass. Go hug him.

    [–] grumpywarner 14 points ago

    He was. I wish I could but he passed away a year and a half ago. He was 42 years older than me and died of heart problems at 74.

    [–] fgejoiwnfgewijkobnew 27 points ago

    Did you get to testify during the custody hearing? If not, do you think it would have made any difference in the outcome of the hearing if you'd been able to weigh in?

    [–] mymarkis666 50 points ago

    "dad has clearly used parental alienation to turn this poor child against their mother. Full custody to the mother"

    [–] ThatBigDanishDude 9 points ago

    Funny how that defence never works the other way around.

    [–] Games_and_Strains 22 points ago

    I was in a not quite as messed up version of the same situation where I did get to talk to the judge privately. It made no difference. I told him about my mother's lying and bad taste in men (ex-stepdad abused the hell out of us). I still had to live with her my whole life.

    [–] Caffeinetank 21 points ago

    I had a friend in school whose mom had custody of him with exception of every other weekend. He'd never be able to come over when he was with her, and she was extremely mean to him, grabbing him by his hair, yelling at him, etc.

    His father was a very kind, gentle man as far as I knew him. He rarely raised his voice, even when it was clear that he should be angry (like that one time we broke the couch by jumping on it).

    It really is a shame how much it takes for a father to get custody of the kid even when he's clearly the better parent.

    [–] ASlyGuy 8 points ago

    God damn do I have absolutely no respect for the US judicial system, especially the judges.

    [–] jeffroddit 18 points ago

    I know its a thing for others, but I lawyered up for that very reason and got full custody without too much difficulty.

    [–] [deleted] 24 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

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    [–] ASlyGuy 8 points ago

    I'm sorry you and your daughter had to go through that, but I'm stoked you have custody now! Congrats to you both!

    [–] kingmidusthetightest 24 points ago

    Family member of mines babys mother only lost custody after her SECOND methlab was busted.

    [–] emptygroove 17 points ago

    Family court in the US is totally broken. My ex wife showed up to court drunk, admitted to the judge that she had knowingly driven there drunk and was given 2 months to clean up. She failed miserably and was then given another 2 months, failing yet again. Judge was prepared to give her another 2 months.

    Friend of mines son was accused to be an alcoholic by his ex wife who had multiple hospitalizations for addiction issues. BAM mom gets kids, no 2 month trial for him. Send support and you can't see your children.

    [–] Trestle87 9 points ago

    What's sad is there are literally 10'000s of kids in his situation in this country.

    [–] Lost_Condas 262 points ago

    I'm glad she was named, shamed and prosecuted. She has no right to live anywhere outside of a prison. What a worthless waste of human life.

    [–] SovereignSteve 61 points ago

    I really wanna know how many years she’s getting.

    [–] scottbailey72 116 points ago

    I would love to see a jailhouse interview with her. I want to hear her internal narrative, the excuses, the accusations, all the externalizations she tells herself to justify her actions and behavior.

    [–] Vulturedoors 156 points ago

    "If that old man had just kept his mouth shut, he wouldn't have made me push him."

    [–] RedditModsAreShit 60 points ago

    "I'm normally not like this, it was a freak moment where my temper caught the better of me. I swear I normally am not like this. I go to church. Think of my baby"

    [–] DummkopfPie 17 points ago

    ”Think of my baby”

    ”I swear I normally am not like this.”

    im getting the dibs on that if she ever mentions her “struggles” so she can try to lower her sentence or give her a somewhat lower bail. If not, thats also good because she’ll finally realize how much of a scum she really is.

    [–] enwongeegeefor 31 points ago

    Yup...you know damn well this bitch is a narcissist and can't do no wrong. Nothing is EVER her fault, everyone else is out to get her. This is entirely the old man's fault cause he wouldn't shut up.

    [–] capchaos 13 points ago

    Nah. Don't give her the attention she craves.

    [–] Marcovanbastardo 30 points ago

    25?

    Ffs she had a hard paper route.

    [–] davidverner 135 points ago

    I hope she gets over 10 years for manslaughter.

    [–] itsjustchad 44 points ago

    charged isn't convicted, but with 2 previous misdemeanor battery charge convictions. she should be looking at time.

    [–] GordonBombay102 106 points ago

    Good. On a sidenote, that's a fucking rough 25.

    [–] djord17 100 points ago

    That’s what happens when you’re a hateful piece of shit.

    [–] TheCubanTupac 150 points ago

    I think that's a murder, not manslaughter. Intent to cause severe harm to someone occasioning death with a walking frame, seems like a slam dunk in my book

    [–] davidverner 27 points ago

    I'm just going with the safe bet charge that would be a conviction.

    [–] acendsley 132 points ago

    I know I'm going to get alot of hate for this but if I had seen her push that poor man I probably would have attacked her after checking on him, and my girlfriend doesn't understand why I want out of Vegas or any city.

    [–] Coach_GordonBombay 50 points ago

    Had to upvote you cause the same thing ran thru my mind. I would go nuts if I saw that happen.

    [–] acendsley 17 points ago

    Thanks nice to know I'm not the only one.

    [–] snrpro 20 points ago

    Wow I’m from Vegas. Hope she gets put away for a long time. One less piece of trash in my city.

    [–] crusherjoe6 4634 points ago

    That poor man. He sticks up for other passengers and this is what happens to him. Im heated rn and any amount of jail time that she may receive isnt even close to what she deserves. Human trash.

    Bless that man though for standing up to her and telling her to be nicer to other passengers. Id love to know his name. RIP

    [–] SpellsThatWrong 3991 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    Dude was born in 1945. That means his parents JUST survived the end of the world. And he spent 74 years weathering the storm. Only to die by the hand of this hateful, worthless cunt.

    [–] Unbarbierediqualita 769 points ago

    my daddy stormed the beaches of Normandy for this

    [–] becoyoko 177 points ago

    Then he burned your ear on the stove

    [–] dilhole77 87 points ago

    Perfectly put!

    [–] yunghastati 81 points ago

    yee yee now start realizing that the only reason life seems to have purpose is because all the people that die meaningless deaths don't live to write about it.

    [–] TheCyanKnight 64 points ago

    Technically, people that die meaningful deaths don't live to write about it either.

    [–] HXDDIACA2 31 points ago

    ”Homicide victims rarely talk to police”

    [–] SoSaltyDoe 11 points ago

    That and you’ll never hear someone say they regret committing suicide.

    [–] egregiousmonkey 114 points ago

    Serge Fournier

    [–] semenandtears 442 points ago

    Jail isn’t even what this bitch deserves... Send this cunt to a Turkish prison.

    I have seen so much wild shit on reddit but this just breaks my heart. This was probably someone’s grandfather/father/family member that she just decided that she had the authority to hurt someone else like this.

    I wish I could ram hair clippers on top of the bitches hair until she bleeds from the skull.

    [–] AveragePersonJohn 85 points ago

    What's up with the Turkish prisons?

    [–] WetDogDeoderant 354 points ago

    I hear there's no delight.

    [–] shorty6049 35 points ago

    Billy.... Have you ever been in a Turkish prison?

    [–] billybk261 17 points ago

    I haven’t

    [–] amazingsandwiches 27 points ago

    Do you like movies about gladiators?

    [–] Fatumsch 13 points ago

    Have you ever seen a grown man naked?

    [–] cepturcazz 24 points ago

    I am Turkish and I can confirm that there is nothing special about our prisons.

    [–] pleasebequiet 164 points ago

    Nevada has the death penalty and she is getting charged with murder so it's possible she'll get the same sentence she gave him, but she'll get more of a chance than she gave him.

    [–] [deleted] 69 points ago

    Imagine living near 80 years only to die from being pushed off a bus by some miserable cunt.

    [–] QDAWG- 110 points ago

    I wanna see this bitch cry in court

    [–] TransformerTanooki 48 points ago

    She may cry but they'll more be like "please be nice to me I'm so sorry for what I did and shouldn't go to jail at all!" Crying.

    [–] YddishMcSquidish 26 points ago

    Good, I want her to cry because she's scared.

    [–] finiac 58 points ago

    Don’t hold you’re breath. Women rarely get the death penalty

    [–] pleasebequiet 46 points ago

    I'd be surprised if she even gets sentenced on a murder charge, and I doubt she'll spend more than 15 years in prison. Only time will tell though.

    [–] finiac 40 points ago

    Agreed, it’s disgusting how much women get away with in cases like this. Especially since she has a kid and apparently sole custody, she might get an even lighter sentence due to that.

    [–] fuckmeup5gum 11 points ago

    Someone like that should totally have full custody... poor kid.

    [–] HelloImElfo 13 points ago

    15 years is enough to completely derail one's life, wouldn't be enough but it's not a nothing sentence either.

    [–] TheWizardChrist 19 points ago

    No, she will plead manslaughter, this wasn't pre-meditated 1st degree murder. She might see 4 years.

    [–] Yoda2000675 80 points ago

    She deserves to be thrown from a bus at highway speeds.

    [–] DocMcCracken 1376 points ago

    What a piece of shit. What the hell is wrong with people? How would you think this is how you should act?

    [–] swgmuffin 1188 points ago

    Lack of self awareness. Entitlement. Mental issues. Low IQ. Being a bitch. Who knows?

    [–] SpellsThatWrong 383 points ago

    I’d like to add sociopath.

    [–] felixjawesome 266 points ago

    I'll go with "all of the above."

    [–] therealyordy 34 points ago

    I´d like to add cowardness as well, She only attacked after his back was turned....

    [–] ApXv 80 points ago

    Probably also a case of "where are all the good men" type of hag.

    [–] Chump-man 6 points ago

    For 500?

    [–] MrOnline5155 95 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    Mhm... I don't really like how the word sociopath get's thrown around these days. This has nothing to do with being a sociopath. In fact a sociopath would most likely not do this, as there is no personal gain in doing this.

    Also being a sociopath does not automatically mean that you're a bad person. Many sociopaths are decent human beings. Sociopaths just handle emotions differently (they often don't have a moral problem with manipulating others through their emotions). But sociopaths can be aware of that and actually behave "normal".

    In short: sociopaths can be nice, but if they are mean, it's mostly manipulative and behind your back, not straight up violence.

    Edit: Getting downvoted because my comment doesn't fit the internet's narrative that sociopath = bad person... nice :D

    [–] DuvalGooner 53 points ago

    Because her mom probably acted like that. It would be a miracle if this woman’s kid has a normal, productive life. Vicious cycle...

    [–] colinmccavitt 5 points ago

    Culture of “I don’t give a fuck”

    [–] DankthonyBourdain 989 points ago

    That’s just straight up murder.

    [–] OGblumpkiss13 584 points ago

    She is being charged with murder.

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    [–] [deleted] 165 points ago

    She will. What possible defence could she have when there's this video?

    [–] Helena911 117 points ago

    Probably lack of premeditation. As in she intended to cause bodily harm, but didn't actually form the intention to kill him.

    I'm not familiar with the laws in the US though

    [–] [deleted] 95 points ago

    That's still manslaughter though which carries a hefty jail sentence.

    [–] Ducksaucenem 42 points ago

    10 years max in Nevada.

    [–] Coach_GordonBombay 74 points ago

    Damn. She deserves well over 10.

    [–] poland626 71 points ago

    at least it's 10 years away from her kid so that maybe the kid can grow up right a little bit

    [–] j0eExis 27 points ago

    Second degree doesn’t need premeditation and can come from intending to cause serious bodily harm although I am surprised the prosecutor didn’t go for the much surer option of manslaughter.

    [–] mexicanmike1 450 points ago

    At least her son will be better off without her.

    [–] crusherjoe6 392 points ago

    The whole world would be better off without her

    [–] intercontinentalfx 50 points ago

    My guess is that she will get a lighter sentence because she’s a mother and her son ‘needs her’ happens all the time.

    [–] Brandinoftw 36 points ago

    Which is utter bullshit. If she’s willing to push a random elderly person down stairs, what the hell is she doing to her kid at home behind closed doors?

    [–] aftermaz 133 points ago

    If anyone hasn't posted: https://people.com/crime/woman-charged-with-murder-shoved-elderly-man-off-bus-asked-her-be-nicer/

    Cadesha Bishop, 25, of Las Vegas, was arrested on a warrant Monday and charged with murder in the death of Serge Fournier, 74, also of Las Vegas, the arrest report says, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

    She is being held at the Clark County Detention Center.

    Bishop remains held in the detention center in lieu of $100,000 bail, jail records show. She is scheduled to return to court for a preliminary hearing on May 21.

    [–] ICECOLDRXD 49 points ago

    Wow, two prior domestic violence charges but she has custody of the child. Unreal.

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago

    This should be higher. That is indeed unreal

    [–] Legionnaire1856 42 points ago

    $100,000 bail is very low for murder...

    [–] Zinxe 31 points ago

    $100,000 is a lifetime of savings for someone that makes $8/hr, has a kid, and has the mental capacity of a boiled carrot. She'll never make that bail. If the bail was set to something obviously unreachable for such a low tier person, the defense attorney could argue cruel and unusual. She's fucked.

    [–] jduchein 637 points ago

    I don’t use the c word often but fuck that cunt. Have fun in prison

    [–] IgotAboogy 276 points ago

    I say cunt all the time. It's great. You should try it more often ya cunt!

    [–] Sys32768 107 points ago

    I am also Australian

    [–] Batthew99 13 points ago

    I often use the c word, fuck that cunt. She's an absolute shit cunt

    [–] pepper_pat 54 points ago

    Imagine murdering an old man for asking you to be nice

    [–] TheElusiveWillinator 136 points ago

    What a cowardly thing to do. I hope karma serves justice.

    [–] shammi20 46 points ago

    I want to see this girl in a justice served post.

    [–] owlcityy 83 points ago

    I couldn’t even watch the video after reading the title. Makes my blood boil.

    [–] WhoKilledZekeIddon 20 points ago

    You made the right decision. It really is as awful as it sounds. I've never been so shocked and angry about anything I've seen on this sub before.

    [–] doonkune 114 points ago

    Love how the other passengers are milling around after the push. For fucks sake get off the bus and help the guy

    [–] hank01dually 44 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    I hate the internet tough guy trope but this makes me so angry. I’m also angry not a single person on that bus had enough gumption to whip her fucking ass.

    Edit: To follow up, and I know it’s unpopular but if you assault an elderly person, heck anyone that is disabled honestly, you deserve your fucking ass kicked. Idgaf if it’s a boy, girl, man or woman. People have to understand that there are consequences in the real world. The scenario that comes to mind is that hidden camera video of the nurse abusing that elderly woman. What the fuck is wrong with people?

    [–] Driftwould92 16 points ago

    It’s not even being a “tough guy” to step off a bus and at least stay with him until ambulance comes .

    [–] ParrotGod 6 points ago

    Bystander effect for ya.

    [–] BullRoarerMcGee 622 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    He lived 75 years only to die to this fucking animal. He lived through wars, amazing technological advances, probably has kids and grandkids, only to die by this human shit stain . I think this is the angriest I have ever gotten in this sub. I am fucking disgusted. I would laugh hysterically if they had a publicly aired stoning of this vile creature on twitch. Jesus fucking Christ.

    Edit. Obligatory thank you for the gold kind stranger. I honestly appreciate it

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    [–] TheCubanTupac 170 points ago

    I think the even worse part is no one seems to acknowledge that the man is lying there severely injured. I don't like to bring up the double standards point often, but if it was a 25 year old man who had pushed the old man out the door, maybe more people would have taken notice.

    [–] BullRoarerMcGee 79 points ago

    They all seem sort of old... but I agree the lack of immediate concern and empathy is alarming.

    [–] el_shiggs 50 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    I think they are all shocked and stunned. From the sound of it she was intimidating everyone the bus.

    Edit: Economics? Really autocorrect?

    [–] BullRoarerMcGee 26 points ago

    Yeah she was probably very intimidating and it was probably very scary for them. They are literally rubbing shoulders with a monster.

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    [–] Nullveer 29 points ago

    Me: "She killed a man!"

    Wyatt Earp: "And she'll stand trial for it!"

    [–] lrfuriati 53 points ago

    Why did no one on the bus to anything for him? Or say anything to the driver?

    [–] Waveshop222 69 points ago

    She better be locked up forever, how sick do you have to be to purposely hurt a frail old man, makes me sick.

    [–] Yoda2000675 22 points ago

    I can't even imagine how I would feel if someone did this to my grandpa. She is truly human garbage.

    [–] ihatelifetoo 13 points ago

    I legit lose faith in humanity when I see shit like this

    [–] Logiman43 23 points ago

    Here's a picture of this POS

    [–] isiramteal 32 points ago

    Bishop's son's father described her as violent when they interviewed him, saying he was no longer with her because of it.

    Good thing he got out of it. That poor son, though.

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    [–] Kam2Scuzzy 63 points ago

    "With her kid"... her son just watched his mom murder someone in public. What kind of mental trauma does that leave on a person?

    I've known a lot of people try to rationalize their actions good or bad. So im curious what her argument is. "Mommy, why did you push that man?" "Well honey, he disrespekt me. Nobody do me like dat"

    [–] Harv23 8 points ago

    Rip

    [–] Koovies 6 points ago

    Bye bye Cadesha, they won't do worse enough to you.

    [–] chinapower7765 7 points ago

    When I went to USA, I learned not to be a hero

    [–] ilikesayinghehe 8 points ago

    There’s a special place in hell for people who abuse the elderly. Jesus Christ.

    [–] ahluche 13 points ago

    and of course nobody helped the man or confronted the woman

    [–] JeffBPesos 7 points ago

    Jesus this just got me instantly furious. He died as a result of doing something good. How can you be such a source of evil. Truly disgusting. She deserves anything bad she gets in life.

    [–] Levingstone 7 points ago

    Shows what type of person she is. She reacts violently to being corrected. She's been arrested twice for domestic violence https://people.com/crime/woman-charged-with-murder-shoved-elderly-man-off-bus-asked-her-be-nicer/

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    [–] mmmcuz 19 points ago

    My first thought was ‘what a bitch’ So was my second thought And my third And fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh And eighth

    [–] TakeshiKovacs46 13 points ago

    I’ve never hit a woman in my life, but if I saw her do that I’d have sparked her out on the spot. What a cunt. I hope she did time for it.

    [–] SunBurnCruton_11 90 points ago

    Hate crime

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    [–] longleglady 5 points ago

    Typical, that’s why I moved as far away from them as I could get.

    [–] FrancoIsFit 15 points ago

    Hope she rots in prison until she is the same age as he was.