Same child was abducted last year and found after 8 months
So, why were these people not put in jail after the first time they kidnapped
her? I truly hope she is found, and that she is safe, and that something can be
done to ensure her future safety!!
Yes this act was illegal, however I do not fear for the safety of the girl. I
feel much better knowing it was not a stranger.
@ Utah Girl: They were probably not put in jail because of the messed-up laws
surrounding non-custodial parental kidnapping. Many states refuse to do
anything about it and it is ridiculously difficult to get any kind of
prosecution. There are numerous stories around this issue every year.@ cjb: Relationship means nothing - Josh Powell killed his sons and Ethan
Stacy was killed by his mother and her boyfriend.
Go mother, take your child and run, we will help you. If it was my child I would
do the same thing. This sounds like another government knows best
kidnapping of a child from her natural parents. The DN or WVC police are once
again harassing and terrorizing parents to steal their children. They don't say
why the mother doesn't have custody and its anybody's guess with the WVC police
involved. The WVC police do have a history of kidnapping children then ask for
their judge to justify it with back dated documents.In this case I
have so side with the natural parents to have full rights to custody and control
of her own child since the police and city can't explain why the mother and
child have not been guilty of any crime.I have no fear for the
safety of the child except from police and the death warrant they have issued on
the mother. It's time to sever the umbilical cord governemnt uses to steal
children from parents.
I'm so confused. Why isn't this the very top news story!?? Not only was the girl
kidnapped forcibly, it was watched by her scared classmates, and school
authorities couldn't save her. Will the school have counselors available?She was kidnapped by the same individual last year, someone who held her
captive refusing to let her even go out of a tiny trailer to attend school, and
they aren't in jail?!? I could care less if this is her parent!Which
brings me to my last point: have we not learned anyhing about dometic violence
between parent and child from joh powells case??? Claiming he loved them,
"needing" them, and then brutally killing them.Like I said, so
confused that this isn't a bigger deal. Someone help me out.
I must have missed a huge part of this article. I read nothing about the WVC
police department kidnapping this little girl. She has been abducted twice by a
non-custodial parent. And by the way, the WVC police don't determine custody A
court does that. I sure hope his little girl is found safe and quickly and
returned to the custodial parent. Experience has shown that in nearly all cases,
including at of Josh Powell, certain parents should not have custody - yes, and
even visitation. It would have been acceptable journalism for the DN writer to
dig a little to let the readers know why the mother does not have custody. And
if the previous post is correct that the W police kidnapped this little girl,
that ought to be in the story as well. I sincerely doubt that kidnapping
occurred, don't we all? Someone has been seeing things, imho. I suspect there
will be jail time for this couple following this.
"She grabbed her daughter and started forcibly moving her to the front
entrance," Horsley said. "Our staff made every effort they could short
of attacking this woman physically to get her to remove her daughter."So what's the point here, that if someone comes in and yells loud enough
and argues loud enough they can just walk out the front door with someone else's
child? It didn't say she had any sort of weapon. How about locking down the
doors, how about getting some burly gym teachers to physically restrain her? I'm
sure it happened very fast which underscores the need for school staff to be
better trained to handle these types of situations. After all, this girl had
been kidnapped before, the school might have known she would be at risk for it
to happen again.