And yeh who knows what the truth is pertaining to what Family told police and what went to media. They may have told police truth but it was kept from media etc. they may have been advised not to say too much. Who knows?
Doesn't change that their household is toxic and they endangering Their children. It seemed apparent the mother loved her kids very much I'm not disputing that. I just think kids are not safe ATM.
I am not one to judge and like to give the benefit of the doubt, so when people had started blaming drugs for the reason of Chloe's abduction, I didn't buy into it. I prefer to hear facts.
To now learn that it's reported that the father is to blame for having a drug debt saddens me and also makes me so angry at the same time.
I feel for these poor children, knowing what it can be like for children to be raised in a drug related environment. I just hope that the system doesn't let them down and they are protected from now on. I feel nothing for the parents at this point in time, well apart from anger and disgust.
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I get gut feelings about stories and I did with this one. I kept my speculations to myself and once reading the update about the drug debt really made me angry for that poor girl and her other siblings.
Let's hope her parents learn from this for the sake of their kids!
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I saw the family the first time on the news for about 10 seconds on my out and immediately "felt" suss about the father; mainly because his reaction looked odd, he seemed preoccupied and not fully there, if that makes sense.. even though he appeared distressed it just seemed "off"... He looked guilty. With the mum there was no gut feelings about anything other than pure grief and heartache, I'm now thinking she certainly should have known it was related to her husband and wonder why she didn't speak up straight away?
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QLD Police will be holding a press conference this morning:
Queensland Police are due to hold a press conference this morning to provide more information about the mysterious abduction of Chloe Campbell.
The three-year-old's parents say they will leave the town of Childers following the ordeal, in which their daughter vanished for 42 hours before her mysterious reappearance.
It comes as friends of the Campbell family say the toddler was snatched from her home in an act of retribution.
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