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True story of a mom's love, I wanted to share this here. Years ago, I worked for the state as a social worker. A young mother was 14 and worked 2 jobs to care for her 11 month old. One ice cold and snowy night, the mom chained her baby's leg to the bed and ran down the block to get a carton of milk. The neighbor had seen the mom leave the apartment and heard the baby cry and called 911.
To Cut to the chase, the baby was placed in foster care with an older couple who had kids in college. The 14 year old mom turned 15, then 16 and did everything to get her baby back, she obtained her HS diploma, worked 2 jobs without ANY family support (the baby was the product of rape) completed parenting classes, enrolled in collge, all by herself. The foster parents bonded with the birth mom and the toddler.
When it was time for the baby to go back to her mother, she asked me to request the foster parents adopt her child as they could provide for her. I was shocked. The foster parents were stunned and agreed to adopt the toddler AND took in the baby's mom as their own. The baby's mom is now a registered nurse and visits her child as often as possible.
That is true love. I wanted to share that on this page that is filled with despair and sadness. There are happy endings to some stories.
Originally posted by schmae
Maybe he saw the cell phones missing first ? Called 911 and THEN realized the baby was missing?
"Most of my family says, 'Trust nobody.' But it's making things get even worse, I think," Netz says. So he, and a couple other members of the extended family, are speaking out, helping the Kansas City Star pull together some of the threads of Deborah Lee Netz Bradley's life of 25 years.
Netz, 48, acknowledges the troubles in the family tree. Alcoholism. Estrangement. Divorce. Untimely death.
Debbie's mother left him more than once. His daughter moved out of his house the first time as an angry 16-year-old. Still, he says, the two stayed connected, with visits at least once a week.
..."If they knew how Debbie prayed and prayed for a baby girl ever since her mother died because she wanted to name her Lisa," he says. "Then they would know there is no way she could do anything to the baby, or God forbid, if something horrible happened, she wouldn't be able to keep that secret.
"Debbie tells everything."
Pretty big family...LeRette I believe is the mother of Mike LeRette, who came in from Texas, and Johnny did mention on fb that Mike was his nephew from his sister Cindy. She was apparently here at the time of her sister's death.
Lisa was born in Chester where she was reared and educated in Chichester School District. She attended Delaware Technical School earning a certificate in the computer field. She was a self-employed house cleaner for the last 8 years. She has been a member of Alcoholics Anonymous for the last 8 years. She was the daughter of the late John Chivalette, Jr. who died in 1968.
She is survived by her husband of 16 years, David L. Netz, Jr.; 2 sons, Anthony and Phillip Netz both at home; 1 daughter, "Lil" Debbie Netz at home; her mother, Margaret Pretti Chivalette of Linwood; 2 brothers, John Chivalette of White Haven, PA and Vincent Chivalette of Linwood; 3 sisters, Cindy LeRette of Kansas City, MO, Debbie Shanko of Aston, PA and Kristin Mushinski of Linwood; many nieces, nephews and friends.
Services and burial for John J. Chivalette Jr., 27, who was killed by an automobile Sat. night at 3rd and Wilson Sts., Chester, will be at the convenience of the family.
He lived at 401 Trenton Court, Nether Providence.
Mr. Chivalette attended St. Hedwig's School and was graduated from Upper Chichester High School. He served from 1959 to 1963 in the U.S. Marine Corps and had been a machine operator with Scott Paper Co. in Eddystone for the past five years.
Surviving are his widow, Margaret; three daughters, Cindy Lynn, Lisa Ann, and Deborah Lee all at home; two sons, John Joseph 3rd., and Vincent James at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Chivalette of Boothwyn, Upper Providence; four sisters, Mrs. Barbara Kelly of Boothwyn, Mrs. Darlene Salsgiver of Linwood, Lower Chichester; Mrs. Mary Bryant of Marcus Hook, and Louise Chivalette of Boothwyn; a brother, David of Boothwyn; his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Janusiewicz of Chester and his grandfather, Theodore Chivalette of Garden City.
Originally posted by Xcathdra
reply to post by skibaboo
Its possible the Police have information that has not been released to the public. We can infer this because of the attempt to have the search warrant sealed, which the judge denied.
Originally posted by wildtimes
reply to post by skibaboo
by the way, WELCOME to ATS!!
all thoughts and speculations are welcome -- and you've made some good points already!
Yeah, I wondered about the tape and dispenser too.
Hello, new to ATS but not to the Baby Lisa case. I've been following it from the beginning. One thing that is still bugging me is the removal of the tape and tape dispenser, as documented on the search warrant.
We also know from the search warrant that they removed the blanket, clothing and glow worm, all to me sound plausible items which dna could have be found on. If that was the initial purpose (as we do not know the purpose of removal)
This makes me so sad I understand what you are saying here but it's just horrible to think of her favorite blankie maybe being wrapped up in a ziploc bag and packing tape sealed shut Poorest Baby !
Former Homicide Detective Rod Wheeler joined America Live to comment on the latest update in the case, saying, “If this isn’t a tell-tale scenario here, Megyn, what is? I mean nine times out of 10, Megyn, most parents, especially in a case of a missing child would want people to be there, would want people to come and have a prayer vigil or what have you. Those folks are saying, ‘It’s time to move on with our lives. Get out of my driveway, get out of my yard and move somewhere else.’ What does that tell you, I wonder?”
(Says the homicide detective being interviewed).
John Walsh is 100% correct. These parents need to cooperate with the PD.