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The human rights of Australian tax payers have been eroded due to changes in The Migration Act 1958.
The Migration Act 1958 contained clauses to protect Australian citizens from disease, any potential security risk, preservation of health and community services and control the risk to excessive drain on resources. These clauses have been removed from the Migration Act.
This has opened the door for Australia's generosity to be abused and exploited by those who have never contribution to the foundation or infrastructure of Australia.
This is not only grossly unfair to tax payers, it is a direct threat to our future as a nation.
Claims of mental and physical illness due to detention, do not take into consideration preexisting conditions relating to a life time of potential triggers prior to detention. Not to mention the dangerous journey these individuals and their small children chose and paid to undertake, exposing young and vulnerable women and children. To blame the host county is not only insulting and opportunistic, it is ludicrous and grossly unfair to tax payers.
The statistics on the prevalence of mental and physical health is available at The World Health Organistation and identify those most at risk and also the socioeconomic factors.
Web link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNJ9llq37Mo
When: August 20th, 2014
Where: Monrovia, Liberia (West Point)
Why: To raise awareness for justice for the senseless murder of Shaki Kamara.
Goal: To solicit signatures to request immediate support from UNICEF, Amnesty International, and other international human right advocacy groups for an investigation into who killed Shaki Kamara and why?
What can you do?
1. Keep his family in your prayers
2. Sign the Petition
3. Share this Petition with friends and relatives on social media.
In the face of unfounded growing opposition and a call for the resignation of certain officials in the city of Ferguson, Mo, it is important that long time citizens voice their support for our public servants.
Jamie Scott originally attended Ross University because she was informed that she would not have to perform surgeries she considered unethical. However, the university mandated that she partake in the killing of animals in order to graduate. Jamie was threatened with being flunked out if she did not perform terminal surgeries, and was harassed and unfairly discriminated against because of her views concerning animals. Ultimately she was unjustly dismissed despite helping and saving numerous animals’ lives. Ross University requires students to operate on healthy animals who are then killed or “terminated” at the end of their surgical procedures.
Terminal surgeries involve anesthetizing healthy animals including sheep, goats and donkeys and subjecting them to procedures that they don't need, such as tracheostomies, gastrotomies, and joint taps.
Many veterinary schools have replaced such terminal surgeries with effective and humane teaching tools. These humane alternatives include willed body cadaver donation programs, anatomy models, and survival surgeries performed under close faculty supervision such as spays, castrations, and mass removals on animals who actually benefit from the procedures.
The school continues to ignore requests to reinstate Jamie, including disregarding signed letters of endorsement from three practicing veterinarians.
Wasatia advocates the promotion of a culture of moderation, peace, justice, reconciliation, tolerance, and coexistence through dialogue, voluntarism, charity, and social cooperation to undermine the escalation of enmity, fear, violence and extremism.
We invite the Palestinians and Israelis and the International Community to join us in our efforts and not to remain bystanders to create a community of reconciliation, our objective is together a community that believes in reconciliation between both communities and acknowledges the suffering of the other.
In order to participate in the Wasatia community, join us at:
Shamrez Ali Wasim, 27, used a knife or scissors to attack the three-week-old Staffordshire bull-terrier cross in Newsome. The animal was left “screaming” in agony as its right ear hung by a thread.
Today, United States Virgin Islands Education Commissioner Donna Frett-Gregory officially announced the closing of Guy H. Benjamin Elementary School for the 2014-15 year at a meeting with GBS staff and parents this afternoon in Coral Bay.
There were meetings about what St. John residents wished to do for the children of the island in regards to their schooling and all requests and comments ignored. Teachers & Staff were told at 3 pm of its closing and at 5:30 pm met with parents to tell them the same.
They are stating that since 'enrollment has dropped' which technically is not so, they relocated all K and 1st graders across the island to Julius Sprauve School in Cruz Bay at the start of the 2013-2014 school year and many parents enrolled their older siblings to travel the long ride and better supervise the little ones so the numbers decreased, of course.
'Britain’s most sadistic mother' will be let out of jail next month (July) – and will be re-homed just miles from the adopted children, (Victoria, Christopher and Alloma) she brutally tortured for nearly 20 years.
Eunice Spry, now 70, was originally jailed for 14 years in 2007 (lowered to 12 years on appeal) after she was convicted of 26 charges of disgusting child abuse against her two foster children and an adopted daughter.
Here are just some of the acts of depravity - Full information on the case including interviews with the victims can be found on this link: http://tiny.cc/t20pgx
During her reign of terror, Spry forced the children to drink bleach and urine, eat their own vomit, eat rat excrement, stand naked and cold for hours on end and even sandpapered the skin from the face and hands of one terrified child.
Brave Victoria was once tied up naked and left blindfolded – surviving on crusts and water – for THREE months.
Spry would regularly beat the children on the soles of the feet with a “variety of sticks”. The children would be “punched kicked and strangled”, and if they cried the sticks would be forced down their throats.
Christopher once had his hand held down on a hot electric hob until it was left looking like a “gooey mess”
Spry confined one girl to a wheelchair for three years after a car crash in a cynical bid to maximise compensation for the accident.
Spry even handed one child over to a sex predator, who she allowed to be sexually abused.
Unrepentant Spry has shown no remorse for her crimes and refuses to admit she carried out the heinous acts.
Spry is thought to have paid released prisoners to track down addresses on the outside – and while the three siblings are no longer scared of their evil ‘mother’, they fear she will track them down.
Victoria will be interviewed on TV on Monday by Holly and Phillip from THIS MORNING.
Please remember to sign this petition. We need to support the survivors of this abuse in their final quest for justice and allow them to live a life free from fear or harm.
It has recently been proven that officers, who were required to wear personal surveillance cameras while on duty, used less force and received a substantially reduced number of complaints from civilians.
It is widely known that people, who know they are being watched, tend to behave in a more responsible way.
From 2009-2010, an estimated 5,986 police misconduct claims were reported; 382 of these being homicidal violence reports. Meaning that there were 382 murders reported, from 2009-2010, that were the direct result of the unnecessary police misconduct and excessive force. In just this one year alone, the government spent $347,455,000 in related settlements and judgments.
As of 2012, it was reported that The U.S. federal government now spends over $50 billion on law enforcement each year. It is easily calculable to discover, that with the money the government spends on settlements and judgment processes alone, over 1.5 Million of these personal cameras could be purchased and put to good use by law enforcement agencies. Also as of 2012, the US employed an estimated 780,000 officers; meaning that there could easily be surveillance of any and all police disputes and situations.
The money spent by the government, that is now being used to investigate and settle these claims, would then be substantially reduced as a result of the use of these body-worn cameras.
Of these 5,986 police misconduct claims, only 33% of officers ever faced any trial or conviction process at all. With the average length of time spent in prison being only 14 months for officers. In the United States, the average prison sentence for a civilian who commits any violent crime is 66 months; not including those who are sentenced to life in prison or the death penalty.
Police badges should NOT grant officers any extra rights or excuses from these penalties. The police are NOT the law. They enforce the law, but they as officers and US citizens, must also be required to abide by these same laws and punishments. These videos would provide evidence, not only against out-of-control officers, but also against criminals who are wounded or killed while being pursued by these officers; Leading to quicker and less costly investigations, and of course more accurate evidence of the events that really occurred.
Regarding the death and inquest of Gregory John Matters, there have been too many flaws in the report by Richard Rosenthal.
It was reported that Gregory Matters was shot twice in the chest, when in fact the autopsy report and forensic pathologist's testimony indicated that Gregory was shot twice in the back. Cpl. Warwick, a member of the E.R.T shot Gregory twice, and did not provide a contemporaneous account of what happened. The R.C.M.P did not have a warrant of any kind.
These are just a few of the omissions and discrepancies.
"The Sovereign Filipino People propose to adopt a National Jury Law to minimize government corruption and serious civil/criminal offenses.
A Device for Crime Prevention,
To Achieve National Unity
The Jury System shall operate by instruction to the people who will serve as jurors. The instruction consists of the Grand Jury Instruction and the Trial Jury Instruction. In both forms of instruction, they shall be issued under the tutelage of the presiding judge. These instructions will be uniform in their application throughout the country. This will logically result in the reduction of crimes and naturally pave the way to national unity.
The Jury System shall become the “school of law” under the supervision by lawful authorities, the judges all over the land, 5 days a week, and 52 weeks a year. This is tantamount to mass legal education of the people about their civic responsibilities. By training the people with good citizenship rules coupled with their power to decide in justice, the logical result will be a great reduction in the extent of lawlessness and government corruption in the Philippines.
Without the jury systems, where else shall the people get their education for "good" citizenship and loyalty to their government? Well, of course, from outlaws such as criminal gang leaders, death squad masterminds, or rebel leaders who teach people how to kill people; how to ambush peacekeepers; how to rob, how to murder and how to massacre people; how to fight petty wars between and against opposing tribes due to their rivalry in courtship, business, and in politics.
In the proposed jury systems law, continuous trial with no more than 3 days of postponement, except in life threatening situation, will be mandatory making any lawyer or presiding judge or any party liable for the crime of obstruction of justice upon indictment by the grand jury for the violation of this rule. Administration of justice will speed up that will significantly reduce criminality in the community. With less incidence of crimes, it will promote peace and encourage unity among the Filipino people.
We Further Contend, On Grounds Of Human Rights.
In February/04/ 1991 Somali National Movement (SNM) which is a clan based group invaded Awdal State Region and killed over 3,500 unarmed civilians within 48 hours from Lowyado to Gabiley. They have been inserting force by brutalizing civilians, and fail to acknowledge responsibility of massacres that took place. Their actions were motivated by the desire to increase power over other clans, and any means to gain resources was justifiable for them. After they took the power SNM become the Somaliland Government and continued targeting the innocent civilians as objects of their campaign by creating conspiracy murders.
The Occurrence Of Violation Human Rights In Awdal Region:
1. On July 11. 2009 four innocent travelers were abducted from public highway near Kalabaydh and Gabiley later butchered by Awar Hared who is SNM clan militia who order of the Gen. Nuuh Taani who was the General Army of the Somaliland government. The names of the people mutilated by SNM are as follow:
2.(a)Ali Mohamud Nur (Entrepreneur),
(b)Mawlid Hasan Omar ( Entrepreneur)
(c)Daud Hashi Jama( Engineer)
(d) Ali Aw omar Barre ( Teacher)
3. After the people of Awdal were overwhelmed this massacre the youth were expressing their emotions a peaceful protest when a 12 years old Abdifatah Mohamed Gaman waved the Somali flag immediately gunned down and killed on the scene day light July 12, 2009 by the Somaliland army.
4. On December 5. 2011, Innocent people sleeping peacefully in their own homes were slaughtered by SNM with the direction of the General army of Somaliland government, General Nuuh Tani.
The names of the three victims :
(a) Ismail Ateye
(b) Dayib Maal Ahmed (The Father)
(c) Omar Dayib Maal (The Son)
6. On December 30, 2012 at Borama, youths were killed by Somaliland Government again a young Jimale Abdi Mahamoud was peacefully protesting against the injustice when one of the the Somaliland government shout him by AK47.
The main intent, then as now, was a Tribalism pure Issak state through ethnic cleansing of Somali traditional patchwork of peoples. Any doubt about Somaliland's aim was laid Twenty years with governor Ahmed Siilaanyo the leader of SNM broadcast on government radio when he issued a rallying cry to his troops, "When you go on your mission, if you find them, kill them, sweep them away, Hunting them. Do not bring me any prisoners of war. We have no quarter for them."
The EX-leader of SNM is now the president of Somaliland his visions and mission was and will be exercise in Awdal region.
Sanequa Janine Congdon was a happy, fun, & energetic young lady. More than the average 21yr old because she worked hard for herself & her family. Employed by the State of Ohio, she took value in her job & loved her two little boys ages 2 & 3 yrs old more than the world knew. Full of love & life she was very close to her mother, younger sister & family.
On September 26, 1996 Sanequa was approached by James Spencer who forced her into his car kidnapping her. He drove her to a rural area where he shot her 6 times then left her lifeless body to die. Spencer was arrested and charged with murder after returning to the scene looking very suspicious.
With no regard Spencer took my big sister, a daughter, and a mother from our family. He was sentenced to only a minimum 15 yrs and 3 yrs for having the gun, with a maximum of life in prison with no parole for this violent crime.
Her name was Chloe Valentine, and she was 4 years old!
During January 2012, Chloe Valentine was tortured and killed by the 2 people entrusted to love her, care for her, protect her and provide her a safe & happy home.
Over 4 days, Chloe Valentine, a 4 year old child, was forced to ride a 50 kilogram motorbike over and over and over, while Ashlee Jean Polkinghorne and Benjamin Robert McPartland sat video recording, what was to be, a very terrified, 4 year old Chloe's slow and torturous death. Laughing, as they watched Chloe crash into objects and repetitively being thrown from the motorbike, until such time little Chloe was knocked unconscious (day 4).
Little Chloe was left lying for hours, slowly dying from her horrific injuries. Google searches and Facebook accounts were checked, before '000' was finally called. Chloe Valentine's injuries were so severe that some of her family members were unable to recognize her tiny bruised and swollen body.
For their heinous crimes and treatment of this innocent child, Ashlee Jean Polkinghorne and Benjamin Robert McPartland, received a 4 year and two month non-parole jail term, out of a mere 7 years in total.
This petition is conceived as the logical next step to several initiatives that the Organization of African Unity, currently African Union, United Nations, Republic of Haiti, Caribbean Community (Caricom), and civil society have undertaken to eliminate the impact of slavery, racism, discrimination and related exclusion.
On the borders of certain countries (e.g., Israel and United States) fences are built to socially isolate, exclude and/or separate targeted communities formed of individuals that are deemed illegal by national laws. In most of those cases, significant numbers of people (e.g., Somalis, Congolese, Syrians, etc.), due to religious, ethnic, and racial conflicts, are forced to resettle in refugee camps and/or faraway countries where they have no previous ties. While the factors underlying such cases vary; by and large, the results are seizures of land, property, resources, and other possessions of these families that are displaced. For instance, the recent decision of the Constitutional Court of the Dominican Republic (case number 168-13) to render thousands of Dominicans Stateless on the basis of their African ancestry calls to question the Cultural Heritage of the Island of Ayiti, which African Studies, as well as the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), recognize as the Nation where Africans rose to affirm their humanity in the New World.
These alarming situations do not mean the whole world is facing a new phenomenon, However, they do indicate widespread systemic impunity, and denial of due process. In a general sense, specific attention should be focus on the plight of Africans who for more than a century have presented a valid case for Reparations from Slavery. While this request continues to be formulated, no court of law has deemed it necessary to adjudicate their claim. However, Reparation is not such a controversial issue; for instance, the U.S. government formally apologized for the internments of nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans that were forcibly relocated and confined by the U.S. military following Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, by signing into law the Civil Liberties Act on August 10, 1988. This law also granted reparations to surviving internees and their families.
The case for Restitution and Reparation is considered beyond dispute by many thinkers, policymakers, and advocates who cite negative health outcomes from Slavery and Racism among significant segments of the world’s population. In a seminal report, the Boston Public Health Commission published in 2005, the researchers found racism to be a leading contributor to Health Disparities among Blacks and Latinos. Such findings are easily corroborated by other reports such as the UN’s annual Human Development Index (HDI) that shows most Africans on the continent and abroad occupy the lowest echelon for life expectancy, income, and education (http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/hdr2013_en_summary.pdf).
Therefore, the most effective manner to address those egregious cases, such as the thousands of Dominicans rendered Stateless, is to convene a judicial process for the victims to seek redress to their grievances based on this common accord: “National laws are subservient to International Courts” (The Economist, December, 2013).
In September 2013 my husband and I were asked to take Tia in as an emergency foster for a well known Akita rescue.
She was in a complete state of anxiety when she first arrived in foster and had to be taken to the vet, who gave her tranquillizers for 10 days. She was terrified of people, animals, cars, loud noises, everything really.
Whilst in our care we have worked patiently and slowly with her, and, with the help of our other Akita's, Bruce and Amber, plus... lots of socialising, Tia has become a more confident dog than she was. She is still anxious in new situations, but she looks to us and our dogs, and knows she is safe.
When she came to us Tia was having her first season. As directed by the charity we took her to our vet and it was agreed that she would be spayed at the beginning of December 13, the safest time to spay a bitch.
A family had already successfully applied to adopt Tia, but they had an uneutered male so it was agreed that she would go to them after she had recovered from her spaying. They were willing to feed Tia raw too as she won’t tolerate anything else.
Unfortunately events meant that the rescue decided that the new home was unsuitable. So we then applied to adopt Tia.
Since late November we have been fighting to keep Tia with us. The rescue say we are unsuitable because we have a bitch already. We were good enough in September, so why the change of heart? We are experienced Akita owners, we are fortunate enough to be able to be with our dogs most of the time. On the rare occasion when we do leave them for an hour we always separate them, in the unlikely event that anything untoward should happen.
Just recently we noticed a crunch in Tias hind when she was being dried after a walk.. Of course we took her to the vet who told us she had luxcating patella, more investigations are needed to determine the severity of this.
In the meantime her exercise is limited. We take her for hydrotherapy and she has a massage every couple of weeks and we live in a bungalow, so no stairs have to be negotiated.
We have never received any support, either personally or financially from the rescue in question.
Anything Tia has needed she has been bought by ourselves, we have paid for all her food, massages, hydro sessions, worming, fleas, treats, toys, games, collar and leads everything.
We have lost complete confidence in this rescue in giving Tia the home she needs.
We love her, our dogs adore her and likewise. She is safe and secure with us.
Please help us in our fight to keep Tia in our loving secure home.
I am just an ordinary person from the Netherlands helping a Japanese citizen. He is victim of many crimes but nobody is helping him. I stay now in Kagoshima, and I am trying to get help from the Police in Kagoshima. However they are not helping me. I am now also a victim of theft and the case has a lot to do with Masahiko Kobayashi but now we both don't get any help.
Please read our blogs and English/Japanese stories and check the proof yourself....
Our family is trying to block parole for three inmates convicted for the death of Susan Soldierson, our daughter and sister, on June 27, 1986. At their trial before Judge Morgan in Summit County, they were found guilty of the following:
Aggravated Robbery- 10-25 years
Kidnapping- 10-25 years
Involuntary Manslaughter- 10-25 years
The Judge ordered these be served CONSECUTIVELY for a minimum sentence of 30 years since 1986.
At the time of the trial and since then, they have showed no remorse. Lockett and Young at the age of 17, had extensive juvenile records and were bound over at trial and charged as adults. Logan had just been released from his parole officer, after serving a breaking and entering charge for TWO MONTHS, prior to Susan's death. He was 22 and the car's driver.
Our family fears for our safety and the safety of the community. Decisions will be made on Logan by the end of MARCH. We would be most grateful for any email or letter sent to the following, making sure to include their names and inmate numbers:
Re: Victor Logan # A193583
Marcazuan Lockett # R138937
Albert Young # R138938
Mail: Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections
1050 Freeway Drive N
Columbus, Ohio 43229
I have seen so many videos on Facebook that are most disturbing and upsetting. Videos that are reported are not always taken seriously and should be. Clicking 'I don't want to see this' does not stop the abuse that is happening to the children in the videos.
Jirrakonta kif kien abbużat mis-Sorijiet... - YouTube
APPUNTAMENT - Feature Noel Gauci - YouTube
On January 11, 1997, fourteen month old Ryan Hacke was violently killed when struck in the eye by a stray bullet. While awaiting trial on felony charges in connection with the severe beating and rape of a 54-year old woman, Vaughn Mathis fired 9 shots from a semi-automatic handgun into a crowded gas station in an attempt kill another person and, in the process, murdered baby Ryan.
After being found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and related charges, he was sentenced to six and a half to thirteen years in prison. These charges were to run consecutively with the felony convictions from the rape trial. After serving only a portion of his sentence, this life-long criminal is now eligible for parole and release back into society.
Since the age of 16, this constant criminal recidivist had been convicted of crimes in eight of the nine years prior to his current incarceration. Charges include drug trafficking, assault, reckless endangerment, terroristic threats, unlawful restraint and criminal mischief.
He has taken the life of an innocent child and permanently altered the lives of each heart-broken member of Ryan's surviving family. We feel that the only remaining justice would be to deny parole and have him serve the full measure of his legally imposed sentence.
My son Lorenzo Suttles was framed for robbery by known criminals with extensive criminal records, a fbi agent, and a da. My son received a forty one years sentence and the known criminals got reduced sentences.
My son did not have a criminal record. He worked and attended his church faithfully, he was arrested on his job. We have legal documents that prove he was framed. We are asking every to help free this innocent young man in the name of God.
Feel free to contact me at 423-635-5783, firstname.lastname@example.org, Lois Suttles Thanks
Coral Millerchip, from Coventry, has been charged with one count of assault and has been remanded in custody.
Coral Millerchip, 19, was filmed battering defenceless Joginder Singh and knocking his turban off during a daylight attack in Coventry.
This vile creature pleaded guilty to assault and now the police are considering whether to change the charge from assault to manslaughter as Joginder Singh has now sadly passed away after spending time in and out of hospital constantly after the attack.
Many believe that the cause of his death is due to the stress and trauma of what Millerchip subjected this poor man to!
Sign this petition and let's try and hope that our justice system prevails for once and changes her charge to manslaughter!
If religions should be the cause for peace then where are we leading to?
The conflict in the Congo has raged for close to 2 decades, resulting in the bloodiest war since World War 2.
House Resolution 131 would change everything, sending a US Special Envoy and other resources to the Congo to help those who are continuing to be affected by the destructive civil war.
Maryama, Loyd and Everson are the most inspiring people I have ever met, and have been through the absolute worst of the worst.
They deserve this more than anyone, and I would really appreciate your support. To read their stories drop me a message and I'll send you it!
Please share this also!
On the 20th of July 1974, Turkish troops invaded the Republic of Cyprus. Since then, 37% of the island is under Turkish occupation, with almost 200,000 Greeks of the island being displaced from their homes and 1508 people still missing. The on-going division of the island was reinforced by the 1983 illegal declaration of the occupied North of Cyprus as an independent state, the so-called “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus”, a pseudo-state only recognised by Turkey.
Part of Turkey’s attempt to ethnically cleanse Cyprus and create a Turkish protectorate in the North of the island was, and still is, the demographic alteration of the occupied North by bringing thousands of settlers from Turkey to Cyprus, a war crime they are trying to legitimise through the negotiations between the Republic of Cyprus and the leaders of the so called “TRNC”.
Στις 20 Ιουλίου 1974, Τουρκικά στρατεύματα εισέβαλαν στην Κυπριακή Δημοκρατία. Από τότε, το 37% της νήσου είναι υπό Τουρκική κατοχή, με σχεδόν 200,000 Έλληνες της Κύπρου να εκτοπίζονται από τα σπίτια τους και 1508 να είναι ακόμα αγνοούμενοι. Η συνεχιζόμενη διχοτόμηση του νησιού ενισχύθηκε το 1983 με την παράνομη ανακήρυξη των κατεχομένων εδαφών ως ανεξάρτητο κράτος, την λεγόμενη «Τουρκική Δημοκρατία της Βόρειας Κύπρου», ένα ψευδοκράτος αναγνωρισμένο μόνο από την Τουρκία.
Μέρος της προσπάθειας της Τουρκίας για εθνοκάθαρση της Κύπρου και την δημιουργεία Τουρκικού προτεκτοράτου στον Βορρά ήταν και είναι η δημογραφική αλλοίωση των κατεχoμένων με την μεταφορά χιλιάδων παράνομων εποίκων από την Τουρκία στην Κύπρο, ένα έγκλημα πολέμου το οποίο στοχεύουν να νομιμοποιήσουν μέσω των συνομιλιών μεταξύ της Κυπριακής Δημοκρατίας και των ηγετών του ψευδοκράτους.
Parole needs to be reviewed in Victoria because of the consequences of granted parole to the wrong people. There are to many people getting let out of prison on parole that then continue to reoffend seriously e.g murder and rape.
It's the governments responsibility to protect members of the public from these monsters. The parole system allows criminals to re-enter society far to early and when they are not rehabilitated and therefore are still a serious threat to members of the public.
Vincente Tenerelli a young college graduate, was the victim of an assault while a tourist in Egypt. He was wrongfully convicted of manslaughter while defending himself at his hotel.
The witnesses and investigator never saw the incident take place but provided false testimony to have him convicted. Vincente has been in jail for nearly two years for self defense.
Kyisha passed away aged 8, she was in the care of DoCS when she died of a drug overdose. Kyisha had only just learnt to put her pull-ups on & was the size of a 3 yr old she was a special needs child, yet her mother was told that Kyisha had got up through the night found a bottle of sedatives & consumed the whole bottle got back in to bed & was found at 9am deceased in her bed. Kyisha was always up before the sun came up so how did they not check on her earlier.
There are so many unanswered questions how could Kyisha open a bottle of sedatives & consume a whole bottle & just go back to bed like nothing happened. Kyisha was so defenceless, someone to be held accountable for her death. They chucked her around to 15 different families & they kept sending her back to the home for unwanted kids, nobody wanted her she was all alone in this world & she died alone.
There has never been Coroner's Inquiry no body has been held accountable please help Kyisha and her Mother and Family get Justice.