- excellent point, Heather.
I have been thinking about that for while (the catch 22)
I wouldn't leave my child with him.. but from what I understand she left the
house, thusly leaving their child with him and her sister.
Well the Police were in a catch 22 if they ended their
chase and the man who has a history of violence then
killed the child the mother would be suing for
wrongful death because they broke off their chase.
Most SUV's have tinted windows if this is the case
then the Police may very well have not known that the
child was unrestrained as the vehicle that was stolen
was the Mother's and common sense would think that the
Mother had a car seat in the car. The person that is
responsible for this horrible accident unfortunately
died. The Father is the one that is at fault here not
the Police.But since the Mother can not seek justice
from the Father she is going after the Police. What
next is she going to go after the SUV company because
the SUV overturned? Or because the SUV did not have a
disabling system which made it impossible for the
vehicle to start if the seatbelts were not fastened?
Unfortunately in life accidents happen. The Police
were not acting maliciously by chasing the Father who
had kidnapped the child. The Father was acting
maliciously when he assaulted the woman and kidnapped
the child. And on that note having been the family
member of someone who was a victim of domestic
violence, I can say when she fled the house while her
boyfriend was beating her she did not leave without
her child as she knew he would be his next target. The
Mom is somewhat to blame for leaving the child in the
house to be able to be grabbed. If she was fearing for
her own life why the hell would she leave her child in
the house with the man?
Hope this helps,
Heather L. Sheridan
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