@ Missy4: What "evidence" was there that he was going to a dangerous
environment?There was none!Ethan's father never
expressed a concern for his son's safety - never. He was worried his ex might
not send Ethan back, but he did not even have any grounds for that fear.The judge did exactly what she was supposed to do - she followed the law
and went with the agreement Ethan's father and mother had worked out.
Somehow the laws have to be changed where Judges are held responsible for
decisions they make, especially in cases like this where there is overwhelming
evidence that a child is being returned to a dangerous enviornment.
I can no longer cry..my heart beats shallow as mythoughts for this
young Boy criesout for someone to love Him..no longerHe smiles with
a sigh with in a laughter no more will he say mommy please adore hold me,why is it so wrong to stop this weepFor some one I Never Known
in my own life~RIP ETHAN~@UtahResident May2010
I hurt so bad inside for pain and evil inflicted on Ethan. Now Joe Stacy needs
to somehow regain strength to move forward with the family he still has.