fezzik wrote:The story seems very one-sided, but if true...yeah...ridiculous/gross. I also found this in the comments section of the Oakland article. Take it for what it's worth, but at the very least it seems like temporarily withholding judgment until the facts come out would be the prudent course of action.
"Now that the Oakland Press has found it neccesary to write a one sided story, I'll fill in the missing details. Yes a son was given up for adoption. Yes, he found her on the internet, or actually they found each other. They met with the permission of the adopted parents, and were able to spend time together to allow him to meet his siblings. This boy was 15 at the time and had emotional problems, had been in trouble with the law and threatened his adoptive parents, also diagnosed as being bipolar. This should have been a sign to proceed with caution. The Oakland press reports as if she tracked him down for sex, which is ludicrous. This was meetings and visits that spanned over a summer to reconnect a family. When things didn't go his way threats were made. Well now those threats have come to light. There are other children to be considered here, that love their mother very much. Before people judge her, lets get the facts. Our court system is innocent until proven guilty!!!!! When the truth comes out I hope the Oakland press will report the truth with accuracy. We all feel for the boy, but putting an innocent woman through this is unjust. He needs serious help."
If they had sex, then none of the surrounding details really matter. Makes for uhhh..... an unusual... story, but still doesn't really change anything.
Now if that writeup is attempting to say they didn't sleep together, then I agree the courts will have to figure out if they did or not.
Yes doctor, I am sick.
Sick of those who are spineless.
Sick of those who feel self-entitled.
Sick of those who are hypocrites.
Yes doctor, an army is forming.
Yes doctor, there will be a war.
Yes doctor, there will be blood.....