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    Sounds like the right decision was made then the father really shouldn't have coached his child to make such allegations. As far as I'm concerned that proves how little regard you have for your child's health and well being and you forfeit your rights.

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    Yep. The father pretty much kissed his rights goodbye when he abused his child like that as far as I'm concerned.

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    once again the media make sensational headlines yet tell half the story!Theres no mention in their articles about the fact on [B] 5 May 2009, the Department applied to the local Magistrates Court for a child protection order for the child. [B/]or [B]At that time, further extensive evidence was taken, including evidence from police officers, child safety officers, medical practitioners, and from expert witnesses. [B/]it is obviously not a clear cut case of mummy doesnt want her to go to daddy so had a tanty an dmummy won- its about ensuring the little girl is safe and free of emotional, physical and psychologicla harm.

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    Exactly.

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