TX - Twin infants had bruises and broken bones

Discussion in 'Crimes-Spotlight on Children' started by CathyinTexas, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. CathyinTexas

    CathyinTexas New Member

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    http://kxan.com/2014/02/21/cps-infants-in-foster-care-had-bruises-broken-bones/

    This is a local story. I question that the foster parents harmed the children. I read a comments related to the story. One said the babies were taken from the parents because they disagreed with a doctor, another said these foster parents are good people. There is a metabolic disorder in babies that causes broken bones, so I won't be surprised if they determine it wasn't abuse.
     
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  3. giagreen

    giagreen New Member

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    I wonder why the babies were in foster care to began with. This very well could be a case of brittle bone disease. It's to soon to tell. But just makes you wonder what happen for them to be taken from their mother. And then now taken from the foster parents all in just six weeks.
     
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    Diseases like brittle bone quite often get the parents accused of abuse when there really isn't any.
     
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    Looking for an update on this... Whilst looking, I found a 2010 story about one of the same agency's foster carers.

    http://m.myeasternshoremd.com/news/...8d2-8402-52f6-9c72-39db74d6ff4d.html?mode=jqm


    The charges were all dismissed in January 2011.
    http://m.stardem.com/news/local_news/article_4215a314-bb0b-5a22-a878-fbb0e59ccfda.html?mode=jqm
     

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