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13-02-2014 17:09 #21
13-02-2014 17:12 #22
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13-02-2014 17:31 #23
It reads like no one was watching until after it happened and they thought it was an accident?
I think the mum should have held her statement until the shock wore off a bit. It also read like he was trying to get back at the mum seeing as everyone thought she was at risk of harm by the father, and that they had just been overseas for 5 weeks. Police suggesting premeditated, doesn't sound like the loving father she is trying to portray really.
Also he had a knife on him? So seems he was going to hurt someone. Maybe the boy said the wrong thing.
13-02-2014 17:36 #24
Yes the mum would still absolutely be in shock.
13-02-2014 17:38 #25
13-02-2014 17:42 #26-
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That poor kiddo and the fear he must have been feeling
The father must have been mentally ill to do this. I have a lot of empathy for those with mental illness and there needs to be better support. But when someone crosses the line and kills their child... I can't help it but I want to see them strung up by their balls.
Rip little fella.
13-02-2014 17:43 #27
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13-02-2014 17:48 #28
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13-02-2014 18:19 #29
Oh wow, I hadn't clicked on the link before my previous reply and have just read more and looked through the pics. How brave and powerful of the mother, what a courageous woman. I can't bring myself to read it all or open the video of young Luke.
"Life Is Ours, We Live It Our Way".
13-02-2014 18:25 #30
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