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we met with the detective and she disclosed to the detective. I guess the words she used and what she told them turned it from a molestation case to a rape case :(
She has been so brave. She has a very long road ahead of her too...as in the state I live in, she has to be strong enough to take the witness stand. She will have to go through interviews with the prosecuter and defense attorney. So sad my state does that :(
Oh poor baby. I'm so sorry you are dealing with this, or that she is living with this horror. I just want to tell you how amazing you are, being so strong for your daughter. I agree that it is horrible that that's what has to happen, but it's better than being silent. What a strong and brave kiddo. You are always in my thoughts, every day. I wish I could help, but just wanted to send you some love.
Oh hun, i was horrified to read your story, you poor darling - reaching out to give you a big (((((((((hug))))))))))
I wanted to say how admirable I think you are and what a wonderful example of courage and strength you are to your daughter, I hope for her that one day THAT's what will stand out far more then the abuse. When a mother doesnt believe it and ignores it, that can be far more damaging to the child then the abuse itself.
I am praying for you and your DD and the best possible outcome for this. wishing you both some peace and justice very soon xx
yikes i hope seh does not have to take the stand. that is just not fair. in this case. with so many agencies agreeing.
:( :( :(
how is your mom doing mama? is she now believing your dd?
will ur dd go to school this year? or next year? or will u homeschool her?
however i am so happy to hear the update about your dd. what a super strong girl she is.
i am sorry if i missed this but she is no longer seeing her dad right? or does she have supervised visits? i hope not. not with rape. :(
I am glad a detective is looking into this case finally. The one thing that makes things hard for SA cases and rape cases is that it can be very hard to prove. Not all abuses or even rapes will leave physical evidence. This is one of many reasons why they will get let off the hook. And yes what has been said before, that courts are big on (often many times anyway) keeping both families in the picture despite prior histories. I have read of a judge in one case (with domestic abuse, no SA) stating that the child should be allowed to see the father because the physical abuse was directed towards mom, not the child, and therefore was not a danger to a child. And OP I'm NOT trying to scare you but to echo some of the comments that have already been posted. I'm sorry this is still going on but it looks like things might be going better for you in some senses. Keep us posted.