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Emergency Request for a Child in Need
Petition Background (Preamble):
Two year old, Hayden Bauknecht excitedly attended a birthday party at the local aquatic center on March 15, 2009. Many heard his laughter and saw his innocent care-free life as he played. His childlike faith assured him that he would always remain safe. Yet, faith failed the naive child. The party came to a devastating halt when the toddler’s playful body was found motionless in the pool. Breathless and silent, he was transported to the pediatric intensive care unit in Marshfield, where he remains in critical condition.
The father of Hayden is confined in Sandstone, Minnesota prison where he was to be discharged from the facility March 3, 2009 for rehabilitation. However, due to legal technicalities, there is a delay in his release. He is a good-hearted person that poses no threat to society. He made mistakes in his life that he pays for every day. His son should not be part of his punishment. Furthermore, young Hayden should not be punished either. Brandon remains confined while his two year old son is in a crucial condition. We are now requesting The Federal Correctional Institution, Sandstone, MN transport the father, Brandon Bauknecht to his son.
We believe that it is the right of the child to be treated with dignity and to receive the presence of his father. We also believe it is the right of the father to be included in any further decisions regarding his son. Two year old Hayden Bauknecht’s childlike faith assures him that his daddy will be there in critical times of need. Please do not let faith fail him once again.
The Emergency Request for a Child in Need petition to All citizens was written by HaydensHope and is in the category Children's Rights at GoPetition. Contact author here. Petition tags: child, health, care, son, end-of-life, critical, father, prison, life, hope, help, needs, welfare, hospital, family, grandparents, mother, drown, drowning, drowned, wisconsin, minnesota, accident