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Justice for Bailey: Appeal against the lenient sentence given to Nathan William Forrest

on Thu, 05/09/2013 - 07:19
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Bailey was a beautiful four year old boy. His grandmothers were worried about him, but their desperate pleas were ignored. Now they want justice for their grandson.

Bailey was a beautiful four year old boy. His grandmothers were worried about him, but their desperate pleas were ignored. Now they want justice for their grandson.

Nathan William Forrest was sentenced to 6 years non parole period for the manslaughter of Bailey James Constable. Nathan William Forrest struck Bailey across the head and body while he bathed him on the 1st of April 2011 in his home in Warren N.S.W, the actions Nathan William Forrest chose that night resulted in the death of this 4 year old boy we ask that an appeal be granted for the following reasons:

1: Nathan willingly

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Couple embracing joys of parenting

on Fri, 07/13/2012 - 13:08
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William wiggles his little arms and legs, smiling up at the moving musical mobile above his crib.
His parents, Maricyl Palisoc and Charles Wilton, savour these joys of parenthood, joys very nearly taken away from them.
In May, the Mississauga couple almost lost their newborn to the Peel Children’s Aid Society because they both have a disability.
Wilton, 28, and Palisoc, 34, both have cerebral palsy, a physical disability affecting their movement and motor skills. Their disability is also marked by slurred speech but has no impact on their mental capacities.
“They told us we might not even bring

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Punishing California parents unfairly

on Fri, 07/13/2012 - 13:03
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Social workers' removal of children from a home compounds a tragic accident.

The law sounds logical, at least at first: If a parent caused a child's death through abuse or neglect, then the other children in that parent's care can be made court dependents, and child welfare workers can remove them from their home. Imagine a house in which a child was beaten to death, or died of starvation. It stands to reason that other children living there are at risk. The home is dangerous, and if government ever is justified in taking children from their parents, that's when it should be done.

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