Sunday, February 27, 2011

GET READY - TOMORROW IS COMING / Part 459 / For Love and For Justice / Zabeth and Paul Bayne

What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.” Albert Pine


JUDGE THOMAS CRABTREE, Chief Justice of British Columbia will deliver his ruling to MCFD counsel Finn Jensen, and Bayne counsel Doug Christie tomorrow, Monday, February 28th. With Crabtree working on this for the past six months, one might expect that it is ready and that delivery will be made at 9:00 am. We will see.

For his own reasons, which are none of my business, Judge Crabtree indicated that the ruling would come via fax. Not the most convenient or practical format but still often used in business. For each receiving party to digitize the document will require that each page be scanned and compiled. I don't care personally, but it is time consuming and will delay its communication at least initially.


What is of importance is that we are going to know that Paul and Zabeth have their children returned to them. That's very optimistic isn't it. Naive? Time will tell. Will I rejoice, or will I be thrust into despair to complete my trip to political cynicism.

"Father in heaven, let Paul and Zabeth have their family back together to stay." A thousand Amens!

8 comments:

  1. My thoughts and prayers for the Bayne family abound tonight

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  2. Praying for Paul and Zabeth tonight as they await tomorrow's decision.....May God grant His PEACE tonight....

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  3. Three and one half years, let's hope and pray this is over and the Baynes can be re-united.

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  4. It isn't right that an entire family and their lives hang on the decision of one person.They have lost everything and the decision of one judge can either restore it all back or have it lost forever.No one person(or agency) should have this much power and control over someone's fate and future.

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