Thursday, November 29, 2007
Publication ban sought in Wal-Mart baby case
Betty Ann Adam, The StarPhoenix Published: Tuesday, November 06, 2007 PRINCE ALBERT -- A woman who delivered and left her baby in a Wal-Mart washroom should not be identified in the press because that would lead to people knowing the identity of the baby, a lawyer for a child protection agency argued in provincial court Monday. However, Peter Abrametz Sr. acknowledged the identity of the mother is common knowledge in La Ronge, the northern community of 5,000 to 7,000 people in which she lives. Abrametz represented La Ronge Indian Child and Family Services (ICFS), which applied for the ban in conjunction with the woman's lawyer.
if this was a man they would have no problem naming him, while should she have the right to hide behind her child. the same child she left in the bathroom at Wal-mart
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