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    FL - Shannon Dedrick, 7 mo., Chipley, 31 Oct 2009 #3

    Let's continue here. I'll add the previous thread links in just a moment.

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    DCF Report: http://video.onset.freedom.com/newsh...ewredacted.pdf

    missing children site: http://www.freewebs.com/scmissinguni...ngchildren.htm

    Charley's Project: http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/b/baker_paul.html


    Link to the chatter on the news station: http://www.panhandleparade.com/index...s/stream_chat/
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    I read the CPS review and I see some things 'blacked out'. I realize most of them are names but in regards to their "mental status", that seems to be blacked out too. I wonder why?? One of the officers noted "XXXXXX (blacked out) but not to the point that they can't care for the baby with some assistance" or something along those lines. I wonder what that is??? It's bugging me!

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    What's bugging me is on page 7 where it says the baby was taken to the ER twice. Once from rolling off the bed, but the other reason is blacked out.

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    I think some of stuff that was blacked out was based on HIPPA Laws (do I have that right?). NurseBee or NurseLady might be able to better address that concern.

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    Overall - I thought it was a good report. It certainly indicated that the parents were willing to try and do what was necessary to keep the baby. At least in my opinion. Especially giving up the pot - these were not selfish parents. They moved out of the house with the roommate, they contacted the FSS when they had questions about the baby's development. All very positive things. I just don't see these parents harming baby Shannon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    I think some of stuff that was blacked out was based on HIPPA Laws (do I have that right?). NurseBee or NurseLady might be able to better address that concern.

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    That could be. It still bugs the crap out of me because I'm NOSEY!!!!

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    Salem, can you add these links to the top post, also, please? They are the links to the information that EastCoast posted last night.


    http://www.freewebs.com/scmissingunidentified/scmissingchildren.htm

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/b/baker_paul.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    Overall - All very positive things. I just don't see these parents harming baby Shannon.

    I can't see them harming her either, at least not on purpose. If they had all these social service agencies crawling around suggesting maybe they couldn't take care of the baby, if they didn't want her, all they had to do was agree -- given their mental disabilities, they wouldn't have faced any legal repercussions for choosing to give up the baby.

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    Could something have happened by accident and the parents panicked maybe? I don't see how anyone can come into a home in the middle of the night and nobody hear anything. Of course we know it does happen, Jessica L. and they had a dog, Haliegh C. and Coral Rose F. I hear the slightest things at night and my dog certainly let us know of any sounds we don't hear. Just sad and very strange. I hope the baby is ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    I think some of stuff that was blacked out was based on HIPPA Laws (do I have that right?). NurseBee or NurseLady might be able to better address that concern.

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    Yes, I believe you are correct. I work in collections in the healthcare industry and am certified for HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) yearly.
    It would be against Federal Law to publicly post this type of private health information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pollywog View Post
    Could something have happened by accident and the parents panicked maybe?
    That's certainly a possibility, but then it would be a heck of a coincidence that they also had a babysitter who's been convicted of aggravated child abuse and a formal suspect in the unsolved murder of a child, and with a relative of the babysitter (not sure exactly what Tabatha's relationship is) running around making appallingly dismissive statements about said babysitter's criminal history (i.e. saying that LE was just focusing on her because of "all that crap").

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    None of this makes sense. I can see an argument for redacting what appears to be information related to mental status as it is possible to argue that such information would be related to a medical condition and thus is confidential; however, the entire report is supposed to be confidential. The only way I can understand how this report was released is if it is the parents' copy and they released it. Even with sunshine laws, that would mean that someone had been charged and this was somehow supporting evidence, correct? And as far as we know, no one has been charged. I am a CPS worker - and have written thousands of these reports, and I cannot for the life of me come up with a scenario where this report should have been released. Did DHS release this info to the media directly or was it perhaps passed on erroneously by LE? Again, the only remotely reasonable possibility I can come up with is if this was the family's copy and they released it.

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    wondering if any of our putnam county
    scanner ears know if our scanner works in chipley
    i cant seem to figure it out to work anyone else got
    chipley ears on ? thank you in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by cleo612 View Post
    Salem, can you add these links to the top post, also, please? They are the links to the information that EastCoast posted last night.


    http://www.freewebs.com/scmissingunidentified/scmissingchildren.htm

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/b/baker_paul.html
    I'd be happy to. These links are not working for me, so I will have to go find the original ones. Might take me a few minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Native Pride View Post
    wondering if any of our putnam county
    scanner ears know if our scanner works in chipley
    i cant seem to figure it out to work anyone else got
    chipley ears on ? thank you in advance
    I don't think it works in Chipley but does work in the next county over.

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