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Parents in court for Neglect.

Post by PeterMac on 30.10.14 11:13

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2813813/Drunken-mothers-left-toddlers-home-bingeing-white-wine-brawled-street-realised-d-locked-out.html
Drunken mothers left their toddlers home alone after bingeing on three bottles of white wine ... then brawled in the street when they realised they'd locked themselves out
Friends Jessica Ward and Molly Couch drank three bottles of wine at home
They decided to go to Couch's Fleetwood house to look at some shoes
Both women left their one-year-old daughters locked in Ward's home alone
When they returned they were locked out and started brawling in the street
Police and fire fighters called and had to get to children through window
Judge said women got it 'very badly wrong' and had put their children at risk
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midas2311, Newcastle upon tyne, 19 minutes ago
pity they weren't GP's. as a nation there would have been nothing but sympathy!

Alan Goodwin, defending, said: 'They don't try to hide or deceive anyone, it was a stupid error, she has accepted that she had put her child in danger. We are talking about 30 minutes away from the child. The child has not suffered. No one has said the child has not been properly looked after.'
So 30 minutes IS neglect

Ward was sentenced to 26 weeks in prison suspended for 18 months and was made subject to an 18 month supervision order and will have to wear an electronic tag for 16 weeks.
District Judge Jeff Brailsford told Ward: 'I don't understand what you thought you were doing. The greatest gift in this world is a child, they are wholly dependant for every aspect of their care. This is one of the worst cases of letting a child down.'
. . .Couch got 12 weeks suspended for a year with 12 month supervision order and a six month alcohol treatment programme. Both were each ordered to pay £85 costs and an £80 victim surcharge.
Judge Brailsford said: 'There is a massive obligation on any parent to look after a vulnerable child. On this night you got it very wrong. The circumstances here are wholly not acceptable. You got it very badly wrong, you put your child at risk.'

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Post by HelenMeg on 30.10.14 12:45

Ive tried leaving a comment referring to TAPAS 9 .

This is exactly what the TAPAS 9 did - allegedly - although I believe they only did it on 3rd May to enable the supposed abduction to take place.  Nevertheless, they left their toddlers alone whilst they went out drinking.  
The LEFT THEIR TODDLERS ALONE WHILST THEY WENT OUT DRINKING! Unbelievable.

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Post by plebgate on 30.10.14 13:01

They left their children alone when they went out drinking, but commentators on the internet are the ones some people want jailed.

Tony Bennett very nearly barnkrupted and threatened with jail, plus stress no-one could imagine imo.

Private Fund millions, private fund set up because they lost a child when on that holiday.

Ya couldn't make it up.   PAH.

SHOCKING STATE OF AFFAIRS IMO.

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Post by PeterMac on 30.10.14 13:01

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At least they locked the door

Quick hire a PR Guru.

At least nobody sneaked in and kidnapped one of the children while they were out enjoying themselves.

That's okay, what they should do is get a charity set up use it to sue people who speak out against them, use some of it to pay rent/mortgage. then employ a publicist to smooth the way. Job done.

Under no circumstances should children be left alome in a house or flat no matter what the reason!!!!

Just goes to show that if you're middle class it's ok to go out and leave your children home alone. These vile women should be ashamed of themselves they don't deserve to have children & on the flip side, this applies to the upper classes as well!!

If they were on holiday in Southern Europe would they have got away scot free?
How long before they are whooshed ?

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