Monday, March 31, 2008

Orders of Protection Issued after Twins Found in Dirty House

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"NEW CASSEL, N.Y. (AP) -- A mother (Ana Mendoza) who was arrested after police said they found her 2-year-old twins walking around a dirty house littered with broken glass and soiled diapers was ordered on Tuesday to stay away from the children."

Friday, March 28, 2008

N.S. teen girl gets nearly 6 years in brutal attack

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"A Halifax-area teen was handed a five-and-a-half year sentence for her role in a horrific three-on-one attack that left her roommate with burns to her ears and tongue, and a broken and unrecognizable face."

Friday, March 21, 2008

Woman pleads not guilty to abandoning 3 babies, killing 1

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03/20/2008 - VISALIA, Calif.—A woman accused of abandoning three newborn babies, one of whom died of exposure in the back of a truck, will go to trial in July. Twenty-two-year-old Nancy Ortiz of Orosi is accused of child abandonment and murder. Authorities believe Ortiz left her newborn daughter to die in the bed of a pickup truck in December, after also abandoning the baby's two older siblings as infants in the small farmworker town where she lives. The first two babies were found alive and were placed with families. Ortiz entered a not guilty plea on Thursday in a Tulare County court. The judge set a trial date of July 14.

False Child Abuse Allegations - Lesson 2

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False Child Sex Abuse Allegations - Lesson 1

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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Canadian Symposium for Parental Alienation Syndrome

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Security video captures teen's killing

Link"March 17, 2008 - Toronto — Police released a shocking video Monday that clearly shows the actions of the shooter whom police believe killed 18-year-old Abdikarim Ahmed Abdikarim and wounded five others near Lawrence Avenue West and Allen Road on Friday night."

Monday, March 17, 2008

Boys thrown from Dallas bridge in good condition

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DALLAS -- Police say they are still investigating why a 27-year-old woman threw her two young boys off an overpass before jumping onto the highway below. All three survived and remained hospitalized late Wednesday, but investigators had not yet been able to interview the woman, police said.Police said Khandi Busby was in a car with her father and two sons, Gary Ford, 8, and Derrick Tennison, 6, just before the 6:30 a.m. incident.

Leatrice Brewer - Not guilty plea in NY child death case - San Jose Mercury News

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Bill would criminalize false abuse charges | Journal News

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Parental Alienation and Hostile Aggressive Parenting Awareness Organization - Emotional and mental child abuse

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Saturday, March 15, 2008

Divorced Dad's Journey: parental alienation - great video

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Life sentence for woman who killed autistic child

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"A 37-year-old woman (Xuan 'Linda' Peng) convicted of killing her four-year-old autistic daughter appeared medicated and did not respond to her mother or husband in court as she was led away in handcuffs to serve a life sentence yesterday."

Monday, March 10, 2008

Judge will rule on Creba charges next week

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The shooting of Jane Creba occured on 26 Dec 2005 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Creba) yet no one has, as yet, gone to trial.

Doctor holds baby's mother (Katrina Effert) responsible

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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Fathers have feelings too

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Mom found guilty of drowning autistic daughter

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"TORONTO — A Toronto woman has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the drowning death of her four-year-old autistic daughter. An Ontario Superior Court jury returned its verdict Saturday morning after two days of deliberations. Scarlett Chen was discovered unconscious in a bathtub in her north Toronto home on July 12, 2004."

Monday, March 03, 2008

She burned, dismembered and buried her newborn son, and judge gives house arrest

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"ST. STEPHEN - A provincial court judge sentenced Becky Sue Morrow to two months house arrest, saying she knew what she was doing was wrong when she burned her newborn son's body in a fire pit and hid the foot and torso under the floor of the garage. Morrow stared straight ahead, her face expressionless and her lip quivering, her hands clutching her wallet so tight they had turned white, as Judge David Walker read his ruling on Friday."

Once again, justice is denied a helpless child.

Sunday, March 02, 2008

marilynlebaron - Parent Alienation syndrome

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Frustrated mom drowned daughter

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"A Toronto mother drowned her four-year-old daughter in a bathtub a few hours after hearing the child's autism wasn't curable by surgery, an Ontario court heard Wednesday."

Saturday, March 01, 2008

Killer mom fights to keep child tax credit

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"A woman who murdered her four-year-old daughter is appealing Revenue Canada’s decision not to allow her the child tax benefit. Astrid Margaret Literski, who is incarcerated at the Nova Institution in Truro, pleaded guilty in February 2005 to the second-degree murder of Eveleigh Rain Bringsli by feeding her sleeping pills and then smothering her with a pillow. The mother, then 34, killed her daughter on Sept. 1, 2003, one day before the little girl’s first day of kindergarten."

Ongoing assault of former date results in list of charges

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"Krista Y. Peters pleaded guilty in Kingston's Ontario Court of Justice to vandalizing a truck belonging to one of the men last May; assaulting a woman who was in the company of the man she used to date; and four violations of an 18-month probation order she received last January following a conviction for criminal harassment."

Witness allegations tossed out

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Cornwall,Ontario - "The sexual abuse allegations made by three witnesses at the Cornwall Public Inquiry will not be used to form the basis for any findings of misconduct, the inquiry's commissioner ruled yesterday. ... The Cornwall police, the Children's Aid Society, and a lawyer representing two alleged abusers - Father Charles MacDonald and probation officer Ken Seguin - subsequently argued the appeal court's ruling meant parts of the testimony of 17 witnesses no longer fit under the inquiry's mandate."

Dinuba Woman Accused of Abandoning Three Babies To Appear In Court

Link"A decision could be made on Friday over whether the woman accused of abandoning as many as three babies in the South Valley will stand trial. Nancy Ortiz is scheduled to appear in court in Dinuba Friday morning. Ortiz was arrested in July of last year, after officers claimed that her DNA matched that of three babies left throughout Orosi in a two year span."