Last login: Tuesday, December 7, 2010
I agree, " people should not judge until you know the whole story." But if the child had been one of Ms. Worley's grandchildren, would she have asked for a video for proof? If it had been one of her friends like the superintendent's grandchild, would she have asked the child to go ahead and endure it all over again so that the child could have a video of the horrendous sickening offense? My heart goes out to the child for putting trust in someone who was not deserving of the trust...begging for help and being pushed away only to have to endure the despicable trauma all over again...something is really wrong. Being in the position of counselor in a school, she should have known the law and where was her "heart and soul" that she could in good conscious ask the child to continue to endure such horrific treatment over again. Ignorance of the law is no excuse and ignoring her plea for help is cold and unacceptable. True we do not know all the facts but I can assure you the Texas Rangers are not called in on a case unless there is some "pretty" solid evidence. I only hope you all keep the child in your prayers.
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