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HANFORD, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES: The shocking case of a five-year-old autistic child who was snatched out of her own home by a man claiming to be the father has recently come to light. The gravity of this story is too strong to be ignored, as this is a classic case of humiliation, dehumanization, and racism. The story of Aria Nicole is the epitome of injustice and the flawed execution of the law.
Aria Nicole was born to Jamie, an intellectually disabled young woman. The baby was showered with love and affection from her mother’s immediate family, Jennifer, i.e., Jamie’s biological sister. Jennifer was moved with compassion and love for the child, and so since the day of this baby’s birth, Jennifer felt compelled to become a part of her life. Knowing her sister’s needs, Jennifer looked after her niece, treating her like her own child.
Image: Aria with her aunt Jennifer. Image credit: CSI Secure solutions
But trouble entered this family the very day little Aria was born. Jorge Perez, showed up at the hospital claiming to be the father. When Jamie denied this, he returned one day and signed the birth certificate without the mother’s consent or knowledge. A fact he admitted to in court. It was Jennifer her aunt and Special Education teacher with a MA degree and Autism authority who recognized the signs of autism in Aria. She immediately had her assessed so that, even though autism isn’t curable, early intervention would help her cope as she grew. Jennifer faithfully attended Aria’s early intervention services, despite working 40 hours a week.
Aria on her toy bike. Image credit: CSI Secure solutions
Things began to go downhill when the alleged father demanded the placement of Aria. On March 6, 2019, The County of King’s Superior Dependency Court Case # 19JD-0580, threw aside the fact that Jennifer had looked after the child since birth or that she had tended to the child’s special needs. The court paid no heed to the sacrifices Jennifer and her husband who are both USA military veterans made for this child. Through unjust means and falsified statements by social workers, Aria was torn away from her biological family and rightful guardians and handed over to a man who has a long history of drugs, criminal records, and misconduct. When Jamie revealed that she had been raped by Jorge, King’s County authorities dismissed her statement.
Hanford, CA is a small town says Private Investigator, Chris Cavallo, a seasoned investigator specializing in Child Custody Investigations.
“The evidence and events that took place are completely incredulous which is why I took this case pro bono. The injustice this family and child have endured by government authorities is appalling and demands answers. Usually with child custody cases we are requested to prove one parent’s negligence while in their custody which is usually proven by comprehensive background research including social media postings ,observation, and written documentation, supported by digital film evidence. This case even with all that Jennifer and her sister Jaime have been through, they should never have been dragged through the court system especially with Jorge unequivocally knowing that he was not Aria’s birth father which was proven by DNA evidence.”
Refusing to give up the fight, Jennifer who is really the hero of this story although too modest to admit it has continued to find ways to bring Aria back to where she belongs. She has spent her entire life savings in the process. Recently Jennifer asked who Jamie believed was the biological father to take a paternity test. He agreed and the result? 99.98% that he is in fact Aria’s biological father, not Jorge.
“I am asking the public , the legal community, law enforcement and investigative reporters to demand that Aria’s case be investigated, that the inexcusable trauma this baby has been put through by those who were supposed to protect her be answered for. That Aria be returned to her biological family and that her rights be honored,” says Maternal Aunt Jennifer Krahn
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Washington/Canadian-Media: Out of the 56 signers of the United States Declaration of Independence, only one signer is buried in the Congressional Cemetery in the District of Columbia.. In honor of Independence Day, we’re highlighting the final resting place of Elbridge Gerry, Library of Congress (LoC) reported.
Informational tablet at the gravesite of Elbridge Gerry in Congressional Cemetery. Image credit: Robert Brammer.
Born in Massachusetts in 1744, Gerry attended Harvard and was elected to the Massachusetts legislature in 1772 and in 1976 Gerry was elected to the second Continental Congress, where he signed both the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation.
But Gerry, along with two other delegates, George Mason and Edmund Randolph, refused to sign the Constitution because it did not yet contain a Bill of Rights.
Plaque placed by the Sons of the American Revolution with grave marker in front of Gerry’s cenotaph. Image credit: Robert Brammer.
In 1813, Gerry became President James Madison’s vice president, and remained in that role until he died in office in 1814 at the age of 70. Gerry is often remembered as the creator of the Gerrymander.
Gerry’s cenotaph. Image credit: Robert Brammer
Congressional Cemetery consists of 169 cenotaphs and while each commemorates the death of a member of Congress, many of these members are interred elsewhere.
In 1876 Rep. Hoar stated, “the thought of being buried beneath one of those atrocities brought new terror to death," after which the dedication of cenotaphs was discontinued.