Australia Australia - William Tyrrell, 3, Kendall, Nsw, 12 Sept 2014 - #61

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  1. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, Sweet CS is a perfect example. I didn't believe that someone really did just slip into the tent un-noticed to steal her and her sleeping back. It sounded unrealistic....and it became even more strange but was true...
     
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  2. silverau

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    Yep. And no hope of reuniting LT (and william, who went missing) with her family.

    I can't understand for the life of me why, if BM was still considered unsuitable for her elder children to return, that they allowed her 2 younger children (sure, subsequently born after WT was moved to FF) to stay?

    Hopefully I worded this correctly.

    I hope proper reform happens in NSW (and other states) in light of all this because it's not bloomin' fair.
     
  3. JBowie

    JBowie Well-Known Member

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    Do they need my consent?

    Removing children and young people from their parents' care
     
  4. JudgeJudi

    JudgeJudi Well-Known Member

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    That's if it's requested before the 2 years expires.
     
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    You have misread both of my posts.

    1. The Granny left her car to FFC's niece when she died this year. FGM's granddaughter is overseas but LE collected from someone minding it in the Gymea area.

    2. If you read my second post properly you will see that I was referring to FFC's brothers who brought their children up in the area so she would know the area from visits to her brothers and mother over the years.
     
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    THe Police are believing it as they are searching for remnants of the Spiderman suit.
     
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    Here is the an article explaining how car was left to granddaughter of fgm
    Foster grandmother's car seized in William Tyrrell investigation - 2GB
     
  10. Gotta have Faith

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    THe Police are believing it as they are searching for remnants of the Spiderman suit.
    My ex was the same, He told so many lies mingled with the truth you couldn't pin point fact from fiction or say you lied because there was always a smattering of truth in those lies. He was quite convincing.
     
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    Hey guys, I haven't posted in years but I am always lurking.

    I am watching the FP interview with Michael Usher and I just wanted to say that when FM is talking about WT and his 'little Tara' doll around the beginning of the interview (around the 4.20 mark) she starts crying but it seems so fake and forced to me.

    Anyone else have any thoughts on this?
     
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    I think it was a long time for the kids to go without dinner from daycare at 4pm until Raymond Terrace its not the safest area to go after dark thats why I think the last nappy change was odd, very odd to hav done a nappy at a servo not sure if it was open or closed, when the nappy could of been done at mcdonalds, I always wonder was that last nappy ever recovered, if it was me I would of stopped at the maccas on the highway inbatween Sydney and Newcastle, then maby another stop for that nappy, im trying to think and I don't think the Raymond Terrace mcdonalds is on route to Kendall u think you hav to come off the highway unless maby there was a back way to Kendall that they take i might google earth it all
     
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    Unfortunately, no money will fix the harm caused to not only him and his family. I can't imagine the stress sustained over an extended period. IMO.
     
  16. silverau

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    I'm not sure if things have changed in the past 10 years or so, but I personally know a family who are prolific foster carers in NSW (OM awarded too) who were still taking on foster kids in their 70s. They adopted 2 in their late 40s/early 50s.
     
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    I wonder if FD could now be saying that she never saw the bad person her took her brother away.
     
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    I agree. Crying should never be mistaken for compassion. IMO.
     
  19. organised_chaos

    organised_chaos Verified Expert - Social Work Academic

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    Yeah I think that the rules are not as strict especially when it comes to fostering disabled kids or FC's with a fantastic track record as being awesome and great. I am not an expert - please correct me if I am wrong :)
     
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    Yeah I would think no problem fostering at any age but im wonder if at many over 60 would you be able to adopt a younger child that was in foster care, I see no problems adopting at that age if you know the child and maby a child was left to you in a will, but a child not know to you a foster child would the department hav a cut off age from when you can no longer adopt
     
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