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November 23, 2004

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Moze

I heard about this yesterday. I also heard the child died...

What is stunning is the thinking demonstrated by these seed-eating child protective services types. They make a meal worm seem Sagan-like.

If mom goes Lizzie Borden and chops the arms off one of the kids and child protective services balks on whether to remove minors from the home, dad better act decisively.

The surviving children need a guardian ad litem (preferably one each) and a stable place to land. Their "home" no longer exists.

Cheers,

Gullyborg

I could be wrong, but it sounds to me like mom is out of the picture in custody and the question that remains is whether or not the kids are safe with Dad. I think that is reasonable, since we don't know if the father is a problem or not. I would assume (well, I would hope) that until the decision is made, the children are under supervision. But if Dad turns out to be OK, who better to have them?

Moze

[...it sounds to me like mom is out of the picture in custody and the question that remains is whether or not the kids are safe with Dad...]

Based on the article, there is some conjecture, at least on the part of the journalist, about what prompted the father to call the day-care. Clearly, the father knew something that troubled him enough to contact a nearby day care facility. I would not give the father the stink eye based on his behavior. Rather, I'd call him into question if he knew something was amiss and did nothing.

A two-parent family has become a one parent family by tragic murder/manslaughter. Hence, the importance of seperate guardian ad litem for the surviving children.

Regardless of who is given immediate custodial responsibility for the children, I do question the wisdom of allowing these young girls to return to a home that is the scene of a tragedy like this one.

Cheers,

Donna

I've had depression my whole life. Depression is no excuse for BUTCHERING an innocent baby. This has me so upset. At 11 months that precious little girl was bonded to her mother. I can't imagine the horror she went through. I hope that beast of a mother gets what she deserves.

Moze

God Bless you, Donna.

Cheers,

Wombat

What a world we have made, where children are no longer safe to laugh and play.....

postpartum

That is awfull. Postparum and antipsycotic drugs do not mixwell, as in my humble opinion both tend to drive on into suicidal or killer moods. There are non drug solutions. Check out Postpartum Depression

tallglassofmilk

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'cause I can't believe the I got spammed by the Church of Scientology's CCHR.

They're taking full advantage of Tom Cruise having brought PPD into the spotlight by attacking Brooke Shields with his all-knowing understanding of Scientology and the psuedo science of psychiatry.

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