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Stewart's lawyer, Amy Rameau, said she was told by a Legal Aid attorney also assigned to the case that the 911 call came from a different apartment on an upper floor — and cops went to Stewart’s door by mistake.
“They manhandled (Stewart) and behaved in a deplorable manner,” Rameau said. “She feels completely mortified. This is about human dignity.”
The city’s Administration for Children’s Services was called to investigate but didn’t find any evidence of neglect, said Rameau.
“There were no injuries to the child as alleged in the complaint,” the lawyer said.
originally posted by: abe froman
a reply to: curious_soul
I did read the whole article and two others. The woman's lawyer said there were no injuries (duh, it's her lawyer) however the state found that their were injuries to the girls face and the girl herself reported that the mother AND sister were beating her in the face with the belt.
As far as it being the wrong apartment, what a happy mistake or this girl would still be getting smacked up.
So I choose to believe the girl and the cops over the abuser and her lawyer.
originally posted by: rickymouse
That is ridiculous. Why are there so many cops there for that.