The Eastern New Mexico News - Serving Clovis, Portales and the Surrounding Communities

By Rob Langrell
Publisher 

What fate should come to daycare owners?

 


It’s almost undoubtedly a parent’s worst nightmare. A phone call comes informing them that there’s been an accident involving their child.

Hearts drop, minds race, tears flow.

Parents who had placed their young children in the trust and care...



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Reader Comments
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RAYMOND R FISHER writes:

Sorry to comment again yet remember how many times I've forgotten my beloved Starbucks on my roof only to hit the brakes and remember!!! WWJD??? Am not religious myself but am asking what would he do in this case??? Have mercy or damnation??? I tend to think he would ask if we had cast the first stone or else!!! May God Bless all and grant us wisdom in this and all matters!!!

RAYMOND R FISHER writes:

While we should not leave these ladies unpunished for this crime I respectfully submit the absence of malice warrants a deeper need than simply trying and sentencing, perhaps a lifetime ban on caregiving and restitution to the families and/or child abuse fund for victims, yet to send these ladies to prison makes a lose, lose situation into a lose, lose, lost situation!!! As human beings these ladies still provide worth to themselves and our community via public service and food banks, churches

 
 
 

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