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I absolutely agree. This will just get swept under the rug if we don’t keep on top of it! He deserves justice. I’ve blogged about it here: http://crystalrstaley.blogspot.com/2013/03/robert-ethan-saylor-its-not-your-fault.html
Thanks, I added your link above. Forward future links and we’ll get them all posted here, too!
Thank you for bringing so much awareness to this horrifying situation, how in the world can anyone justify this?!!
Reblogged this on Donna Summer Knights.
Reblogged this on Knight Shift.
You are more than welcome. I am deeply saddened by this and quite humbled. I cannot imagine.
Thanks for posting. It’s horrible, isn’t it?
I can’t imagine how much fear Ethan must have felt to be dying, on his face, with 3 sheriff deputies on top of him, choking to death, and crying out for his Mommy. It breaks my heart every time I hear it.
The National Advocacy groups (NDSS and NDSC) are justifying it by taking little to no actual action (The usual “we take a position to take no position). Only IDSC has offered its support to our work.
The Police and Prosecutors in Fredneck Maryland are sweeping it under the rug, and hoping it goes away. In fact, they allowed the off-duty officers to maintain silence as police officers, though their misconduct occurred off-duty.
It is up to caring people on the ground to promote awareness and action. Stay tuned here next week, for our series “8 for Ethan”: action items we all can take, in under 15 minutes a day, to raise the public temperature on this matter.
Peace, Little Bird’s Dad
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Hi LBD, Keep the faith & message moving! If you have not, you will be contacted by Denny. We spoke tonight & very positive. He’s from Maryland & organized the DOJ meeting. God bless you for bringing people together & focused. And kiddo says Hi to Little Bird.
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We have a large group in Minnesota, formed after our daughter that was born with Down Syndrome was abused, and killed by medical people not trained in the diagnosis of DS.. The Down Syndrome groups have been around for DECADES … Why when we have all these groups are we just now calling for training… If we can help in any way, just let us know.. We are still asking for murder charges here. Ethan was with a support staff for a reason, so was our daughter. The support staff are very dedicated people, know there clients and must be respected. Our hearts and prayers to the Family and the support person.