This should demonstrate the “female” friendly media’s approach to any wrongdoing that women perpetrate in society. Not the usual “Women murders child” or” female involved in suicide”…No,no,no,no..
By the way, wouldn’t this domestic violence ?
Have to wait and see what the outcome is but I am willing to bet there is something here that is not being reported or ignored under the PC banner that applies to “Women Only”..
Here’s another example of a mother NOT having the best interests of the
children in mind nor in being the best and most caring and loving parent.
Notice that the news doesn’t rush to condemn a female perpetrator – as they
would have (more likely) with a male. And no names. Blokes typically get
named, blamed and shamed quick smart!
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YahooNews (Sourced from the ABC)
11 August 2009
Death of 4yo a ‘murder’ investigation( Again, if it’s a woman, it’s not mentioned in the headline Ed.)
Adelaide police say their strongest line of inquiry into the death of a
four-year-old boy at Kensington Gardens involves a possible murder and
The boy’s body was found in a bedroom of the family home on The Parade,
along with his 47-year-old mother and his nine-year-old brother.
Both were passing in and out of consciousness.
Police say none of the three had visible wounds and there were no signs of
The boy’s nine-year-old brother has been admitted to the Adelaide Women’s
and Children’s Hospital.
The woman remains in a critical condition in the Royal Adelaide Hospital
and police are keen to speak with her if her condition improves.
Detective Chief Inspector John Gerlach says police believe medication may
have been involved and they are treating the boy’s death as suspicious.
“It is a terrible thing, but we’re investigating the circumstance and it’s
too early to tell yet exactly what happened,” he said.
A post-mortem examination will be done on Tuesday to determine how the boy
died on Monday.
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11 August 2009
Mother, son stable, a day after family tragedy( Notice the female friendly headline Ed.)
A woman and her son have regained consciousness in hospital, a day after a
four-year-old boy died in a family tragedy in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs.
Police say the woman, 47, and her son, nine, are in a stable condition in
hospital after being found in a bedroom at a house on The Parade at
Kensington Gardens on Monday morning.
Police are yet to interview them.
The mother is in the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) and her son in the
Adelaide Women’s and Children’s.
A four-year-old boy was found dead in the bedroom by his father, who
A post mortem examination is being done on the boy.
Police have said they are looking at whether murder and attempted suicide
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10 August 2009
4yo found dead at Adelaide house( still the same Ed.)
Police say there were no signs of violence at a house where a four-year-old
boy was found dead in Adelaide’s eastern suburbs.
The boy’s mother and an older brother were rushed to hospital.
Police say the boy was found dead in an upstairs bedroom of the house in
The Parade at Kensington Gardens by his father, who telephoned police on
triple-0 and is now being interviewed.
Authorities say medication may have been involved in the death.
A nine-year-old boy was taken to Adelaide’s Women’s and Children’s Hospital
and a 47-year-old woman to the Royal Adelaide Hospital in a critical condition.
Chief Inspector John Gerlach spoke to reporters about those taken to hospital.
“When they were taken to hospital they were passing in and out of
consciousness, ” he said.
Police were alerted to the tragedy just after 7:30am ACST.
A post mortem examination will be done on Tuesday to determine how the boy