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Post by melisande on 07.01.16 12:05


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Re: Policewoman arrested for leaving baby alone in Manhattan apartment

Post by noddy100 on 07.01.16 12:24

How on earth does she get arrested and the McCanns get 12 million!!

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Post by melisande on 07.01.16 14:47

@noddy100 wrote:How on earth does she get arrested and the McCanns get 12 million!!
She is a policewoman too. You would think she would know the risks of leaving children alone.  I would like to know more about this 'culture law' that we brits have that gives us licence to neglect our children . Outrageous!

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Post by aquila on 07.01.16 17:12

I think this article is a load of cockeyed reporting to whip up the rant ratings and boost DM income.

If you have a really good read of it there are very few actual details. Never let the truth get in the way of making money from manipulation.
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Child of Ms Fielden's fathered by a sperm donor from The Netherlands

Post by Tony Bennett on 09.01.16 23:14

@aquila wrote:I think this article is a load of cockeyed reporting to whip up the rant ratings and boost DM income.

If you have a really good read of it there are very few actual details. Never let the truth get in the way of making money from manipulation.
I am going to disagree with you here @ aquila because I think there are actually quite a lot of details in this article, in fact generally the Daily Mail is very good at this sort of article - researching stories like this more quickly and in more detail than most.

In connection with the Madeleine McCann case, one thing that struck me was this sentence:

QUOTE >>>   "Fielden became pregnant after conceiving via an anonymous sperm donor from the Netherlands and revealed the birth of Samuel in an announcement in the Telegraph newspaper".   UNQUOTE

It reminded me that I don't think we ever found out which hospital or clinic in the Netherlands was the that carried out the IVF treatment on Kate McCann that led to her conceiving Madeleine, and quite frankly I can't think of any good reason why that should be a secret. On the contrary, I should have thought that if they were successful in 'creating' this new fertilised embryo which became Madeleine, the hospital would have been delighted to get a mention. (If it has been mentioned, please post up the name of the hospital, thanks.

Mention here of a sperm donor made me wonder if this was some kind of facility that perhaps practiced a range of methods for helping to 'create' new babies: IVF, sperm donations, surrogate mothers, the lot.

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That was my main interest in the article. But this sentence also caught me eye:

QUOTE >>>  "While a spokesman for the Metropolitan Police in London added: 'We can confirm that PC Louise Fielden, 42, is a serving officer attached to Tower Hamlets'.   UNQUOTE

Now, I wonder how long she will remain one given what has been set out in this article:

* A single mother
* Decides to have a baby by IVF - apparently the baby would have had no father
* Clear allegations of neglect of her young baby
* Suspicions of drug abuse
* The alleged neglect of her baby occurred 9 months ago back in April
* She says her son will be 'as gifted as I am'
* When the baby was just 11 weeks old, she "left the UK to go to the West Indian island of Antigua...as she wanted to take her son overseas to make sure he had enough Vitamin D from the sun"
* It was a 'three-month' vacation "...by the Caribbean Sea, to take advantage of the natural sunlight, which is an excellent source of vitamin D for Samuel's natural development" 
* Did she think about staying close to family and neighbours so she could get support from them with a new baby?...
* ...maybe not, as she seems to be estranged from the rest of her family: FROM THE ARTICLE: "It is believed that she is no longer close or in contact with other members of her family"] 
* She went on holiday again to Antigua in April and then  "checked into the Chelsea Highline Hotel for a two week stay in New York City so she could do some shopping
* In her affidavit she says: "in my culture it is 'normal and acceptable to leave a child for a short period of time' (her baby was just 5 months old when she was in New York)
* And now she is suing for a reported £30 million (or dollars) compensation.

Is she really a police officer

I am somewhat doubtful also that the reason she left her baby alone in the hotel room was to 'sterilize a bottle'.

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'My baby was kidnapped in New York and given to Queen Hag': British policewoman is separated from her baby for EIGHT MONTHS after he is taken into care following Manhattan hotel row and handed to a gay rights foster carer

*Louise Fielden was arrested for leaving her baby alone in a NY hotel room

* Her son, Samuel, was then placed in foster care by the city's authorities

* Criminal charges have been dropped but she is still fighting neglect ruling

* She has now filed a lawsuit and is suing authorities so that her son can return to the UK.

By Jennifer Newton for MailOnline
Published: 10:15, 7 January 2016 | Updated: 07:25, 8 January 2016


A British policewoman is locked in an extraordinary legal battle after her baby was taken into care while she was visiting New York after she left the child alone in a hotel room and was then handed to a foster carer who is known as 'Queen Hag'. 
  
Louise Fielden, 42, from London, claims that her 15-month-old son Samuel is being held 'hostage and kidnapped in a foreign country' after she came back to the UK on Tuesday when criminal charges against her were dropped.

The single mother has now filed a lawsuit in Brooklyn Federal Court to try and get her son, who has been looked after by foster carers since April, returned to Britain, so he can go into the care of her cousin in Bedfordshire.

Louise Fielden (left) claims that her 15-month-old son Samuel (right) is being held 'hostage and kidnapped in a foreign country' after he was taken into foster care while they were on holiday in New York.

She also says that her son has been placed with a foster carer, named as Sue Senna, who she claims celebrated a birthday by playing 'porno bingo' at a gay men's club, which she maintains is against her conservative upbringing within the Church of England. 

Fielden became pregnant after conceiving via an anonymous sperm donor from the Netherlands and revealed the birth of Samuel in an announcement in the Telegraph newspaper. 

It read: 'Ms Louise Christine Fielden would like to introduce to the world the birth of her first born son on 31st October 2014 who will be as gifted as his mother. He is just beautiful.'
 
Court papers show that just three months later, Fielden left the UK to go to the West Indian island of Antigua on January 10 as she wanted to take her son overseas to make sure he had enough Vitamin D from the sun.  

On the way back to Britain on April 10, she checked into the Chelsea Highline Hotel for a two week stay in New York City so she could do some shopping. 

Foster carer Susan Sena, who Fielden says as a pro-gay rights campaigner is not suitable to look after her child due to her conservative upbringing in the Church of England. 


Ms Sena, centre, on a float at a parade representing her organisation called 'Straight Women in Support of Homos (SWISH) 

In court documents she writes: 'On January, 10, 2015, when the weather in London is typically quite overcast and dark, with little natural sunlight, I and my son Samuel Fielden left London for Antigua of the British West Indies.
 
MOTHER OBJECTS TO FOSTER CARER WHO HEADS A PRO-GAY RIGHTS GROUP

As well as wanting her son returned to the UK, Fielden also complained in court papers about the foster carer her child was placed with.
The documents show that Samuel is being looked after by a carer named as Sue Senna, who lives in the Queens area of New York.

But Fielden objects to Ms Senna taking care of her child as the foster carer is a president and founding member of a group pro-gay rights group called Straight Women in Support of Homos (SWISH).

In court documents, Fielden - who does not name her child's father on his birth certificate - says: 'As a devout conservative member of the Church of England, my family values are totally on the other side of the spectrum to SWISH's and I do not wish my son to be cared for by any member of that organisation.'

She also alleges that Ms Senna is often referred to as 'Queen Hag' and that spent a birthday party playing 'porno bingo' at a gay man's club, which was a fundraiser for her group.

Fielden adds: 'I presented this data last week to the Family Court last week in my pending neglect case but the court did nothing but permit Ms Sena to take my son to New Jersey for the weekend! Unbelievable!'

'We went to vacation for three months there by the Caribbean Sea, to take advantage of the natural sunlight, which is an excellent source of vitamin D for Samuel's natural development. 

'On April 10, 2015, Samuel and I left Antigua for New York City, where I was going to do some shopping for clothes and other things for Samuel.'  

While staying at the hotel, which has since closed, a staff member reported her to the social services for leaving Samuel alone in a hotel room. 

She was accused of leaving him alone in the hotel room unattended for 30 minutes while she went to sterilise his bottles in hot water. 

Fielden was also accused of leaving the boy on the floor of a kitchen while she ate breakfast. 
  
The single mother was facing charges of endangering the welfare of a child, resisting arrest, and possession of a controlled substance because she had some Codeine pills for which she holds a prescription, that officers found in her luggage.

But according to an affidavit, she said that in her culture it was 'normal and acceptable to leave a child for a short period of time.'

She also claims that the boy was only one foot away from her while she ate breakfast in one instance and says in the other instance she didn't want to carry the boy at the same time as holding a beaker full of hot water, due to health and safety reasons.

Ms Fielden had been staying at the Chelsea Highline Hotel in Manhattan, when she was first arrested after being accused of leaving her baby alone in her room. 

Samuel was then placed in in the care of Administration for Children's Services while Fielden remained in Manhattan on maternity leave.

But even though criminal charges against her have been dropped, she is still fighting a Family Court ruling, which issued a finding of neglect from a separate hearing, in a bid to allow her son to return home.

And now she has filed a lawsuit in Brooklyn Federal Court suing the New York City Administration for Children’s Services, the New York Foundling Charitable Corporation, the City of New York.

In court documents, she also alleges that her son's carer Ms Sena, is a member of the gay rights group 'Straight Women in Support of Homos' (SWISH) , which she says is against her own 'conservative upbringing in the Church of England.'

Fielden also alleges that the foster carer spent a birthday party playing 'porno bingo' at a gay man's club, which was a fundraiser for her group and goes by the nickname 'Queen Hag'. 

She writes in court papers: 'As a devout conservative member of the Church of England, my family values are totally on the other side of the spectrum to SWISH's and I do not wish my son to be cared for by any member of that organisation. 

'It is mind boggling that my son Samuel's foster mother Susan A. Sena also participated in 'porno bingo' where a gay porn star was the star guest.' 

Fielden also asks that while the neglect case is resolved, the child should be placed in the care of one of her cousins in Bedfordshire.

Neighbours at a flat in Tottenham, north London near where she used to live say they hadn't seen her for over a year.
 
It is believed that she is no longer close or in contact with other members of her family.  

A law department spokesman said: 'The City is working with the appropriate international authorities and local agencies in the UK to resolve this matter in the best interests of the child.'

While a spokesman for the Metropolitan Police in London added: 'We can confirm that PC Louise Fielden, 42, is a serving officer attached to Tower Hamlets.'

Last night Miss Fielden was unavailable for comment. Miss Sena refused to comment. 

The New York Law Department said the city was working with UK authorities ‘to resolve this matter in the best interests of the child’.

ENDS


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3388340/British-policewoman-arrested-leaving-sleeping-baby-Manhattan-hotel-room-Single-mother-sues-New-York-authorities-claiming-child-held-hostage-kidnapped-foreign-country.html#ixzz3wkErX0ck

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Re: Policewoman arrested for leaving baby alone in Manhattan apartment

Post by aquila on 10.01.16 16:59

@Tony,

I've read two articles, one says sperm donor from Netherlands and another says Denmark.

The Daily Mail relies heavily on reporting to/response from its readership in USA - iirc DM is launching/involved with some sort of TV channel across the pond.

I still maintain there are very few actual facts in this article. Just one-sided reporting to get those all important comments from their readership. Hands (or mindless rants) across the Atlantic and all that.

I have to wonder (well not really) who paid the woman for the story and who put her in touch with ambulance chasing lawyers.

Whilst I haven't addressed all the great points you raised, I think we'll have to agree to disagree on this one Tony.
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Post by loopzdaloop on 11.01.16 0:12

This woman used to be a banker and made a fortune before having a baby later in life. 
I get the similarities that Tony draws as the IVF then 'neglect' does sound similar to the Mccann story... Whilst its doubtful that there is any difference with general population of parents via IVF leaving children unattended, it's possible that there could be particular characteristics?


After research on the internet, she travelled to Denmark, where there are greater numbers of sperm donors. It proved a lengthy, emotionally arduous, and expensive process: over the course of two years Louise underwent four cycles of donor sperm insemination, then five rounds of IVF.

Nonetheless, it’s impossible to deny that Louise — on the surface a rather unemotional person very certain of her own capability — seems to have made decisions that the average reasonably well-off new mum would find difficult to understand.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3393113/A-baby-seized-America-negligent-WPC-mother-insists-s-wrong.html#ixzz3wtEplMYk 
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The mother's story.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3393113/A-baby-seized-America-negligent-WPC-mother-insists-s-wrong.html
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