First the RCMP said there was in sufficient evidence and now a Judge has ruled that there is no evidence of a Shaken Baby crime. Yet still they do not have their children because Judge Crabtree could not resolve the unexplained nature of the injury. I've read the chronology of events and I can appreciate his quandary, but I am of a mind that 3.5 years is already enough time spent playing it safe, that is protecting the children from who knows what. Three and a half years is a sufficient penalty to impose on parents for an action that cannot be proven. It is time enough that hypothesizing a ten percent probability of continuing risk to the children by these parents is unnecessary and even illogical. It makes no sense. Six more months serves no useful purpose. Are you going to tell me that you at least know with certainty then that the children are safe?
Really, what if something happened to one of the children while in the supervised care of the Ministry. That could happen couldn't it? What if the newest child was involved in a car accident while being transported? It could happen, correct? I mean, accidents do happen don't they? And isn't it true that sometimes accidents are no one’s fault? They are unfortunate occurrences, right? Seems to me the Baynes made the same case three years ago. Is there a probability of risk to be assigned to the Ministry? Could a risk assessment of Ministry care be implemented?
Paul and Zabeth are doing everything they possibly can to live by their high principles and present a good account at the end of the day. I want you to know that. I want that to be public information. Enrolled in parenting courses and other practical sessions to enhance their skills, it is time that these children be awarded to them. Liberate the children.
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