Two months after a mother of four separated from her husband, she found out from her children that their father had been sexually molesting them. She called the Ministry of Children and Family Development Vancouver and the Vancouver Police Department for assistance.
The court issued a restraining order against the father preventing him from interacting with the mother or the children. In retaliation, the father and his friends called the Police and the Ministry repeatedly claiming the mother to be crazy and unfit to take care of the children.
The court stepped in and awarded custody of the children to foster parents. A social worker eventually allowed the father unsupervised visitation, where he allegedly started molesting again.
The case was reviewed and overturned, awarding sole guardianship and custody to the mother.
The mother says there’s no sign her ex-husband is going to stop molesting so she wants him properly prosecuted. She’s also asking the Vancouver police to reopen the case.
Father given unsupervised access to children he molested, from CBC news, British Columbia
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