- April 28, 2012 - 14:59
I think the father has spent enough time in jail he should get out with time served the pressure of police or tactic's used in confession or pressure for him to make up something from the constant questions and poking of officials what a nightmare I am sure he never meant to hurt the baby...
- June 01, 2011 - 16:51
I think some people are to quick to judge others, you may have done the same thing if you were in the shoes of this young lady, as was stated before, she was trying to get answers to what had happened to her daughter. She must not pose to much of a threat to her daughter as child protection released the back into her custody, as well as the fact that Ms.Coombs have the child in her sole care now for over 2 years and there has never been any other injuries caused to the child as she makes regular trips to the Janeway for treatment, Don't you think someone would have noticed something if Ms. Coombs had hurt her daughter in any way, shape or form???
- a mother
- June 01, 2011 - 12:22
The mother should be charged as well for allowing Matchim to visit the child after strict orders were in place for no contact with the child. To me she placed her child once again in danger where was Protective Services at this point and time .
- June 01, 2011 - 18:11
While I agree that the mother's actions are questionable and she should be taken to task for them, I have concerns with your question of where was Protective Services at this point and time. Protective Services, such as Child Welfare, can't possibly be expected to monitor families 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. That's not reasonable. Perhaps that's not what you're suggesting by your comment, but it reads like that.
- June Hickey Mollan
- June 01, 2011 - 18:15
Hope to God the judge does not give this so called father a slap on the wrist. I agree with "A MOTHER" , they both ought to be jailed. To allow Matchim around the child is incomprehensible, it makes me sick to my stomach to know this baby will never be the same.