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May 14, 2011
Donna:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I'm sorry this is going on for your granddaughter. As for the police officer, absurd! Child endangerment most definitely! A so-called seasoned officer is not high enough. I would escalate the complaint. I would find out exactly who the officer was and go the distance for what he said to you that night as the person who was looking out for the best interests of your granddaughter. If I couldn't get satisfaction from the police department, I'd go further up the chain of command, by demanding an investigation through state legislative and/or senate representatives. And if I still wasn't heard, I'd take it to the media. I wish you and your granddaughter all the best, Donna. Thank you for sharing yours and your granddaughter's story with my visitors and me.

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May 15, 2011
The love of a Grand-Parent is empowering.But the law is against them.
by: maurice

In our small nation Ireland we are bring in a Children's rights bill: along side that should be a parient's rights bill and a grand-parnets right bill: They all must comliment each other so that the child is full proteceted at all times from anyone who would harm them: Here we have a sheer example of Grand-Parents wanting to protect their Grand child from being abused by their own daughetr (mother) and father in the name of parents: Sadly we have all kinds and levels of people enforcing the law: No coherent standards to quote as the Law when something like what happened your Grand-daughter: Protecting the child seems the last thing: the rightys of abusive parents is the winner even though etc: Then you as her loving Grand-Parent wanting to safeguard and protect he has to wait untill you are financially secure before you can challenge her abusers: her parents your own Daughter: All form of abuse in homes have been protected in the home by laws through the years: Darlene's comment to you telling the truth makes me feel sad, threatened and even frightened to speak out knowing this: I must not give up hope: I must not loose faith in our justice for all systems: Like you being fnancially secure before one can fight a flawed system with two officers of the law saying quoting different intepretations of the law: Your Daughter di your grand daughter an injustice: in the dark of the night to pull her from the car and tell her as my form of discipline for what you said is Find Your Own Way Home: A 10 year old for God's sake: your grand daughter had the sense of mind at the time (lucky her) She loves her Grand-parents: Trusts them and yet her parents can threaten you with the law and the police: While the majority of honest decent paraents love and cherish their children never to put their children in danger: I hope you'll be a winner for your Grand-daughters sake: You are Special:

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