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Thursday, 13 October 2016

The BBC Gets Involved



If the story of Kaydance (the abducted Canadian child in yesterday's post) touched you at all, you'll want to listen to this BBC Radio interview with Ms Brown (the mother left behind).





4 comments:

  1. I hope they find her and return her home.

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    1. The pursuit will not stop until Kaydance is returned to Canada.

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  2. A tragedy for everyone involved, even Lauren. I would venture to guess that her understanding of the gravity of her situation is only beginning to dawn on her, despite the fact that she is a smart girl.
    The bottom line is that, once you invite the courts into your life to make decisions you were unable to come to as a reasonable adult, then you have to stay to HEAR the rulings, & you must ABIDE BY THEM.
    A life of running from the authorities is no life for either of those little children, or for Lauren either. She will do better (in the courts) if she surrenders herself, rather than continuing to run & being hunted down like a deer, because Tasha Brown will not stop looking for her child, ever.

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