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Lesbian Mom Janet Jenkins Asks Public For Help To Find Her Daughter

Posted by Melanie Nathan

Janet Jenkins,aVermont lesbian mother who has had her daughter abducted her former partner, Lisa Miller, who is defying a legal custody order issued in the State of Vermont, has expressed through her attorney that she is extremely concerned for her daughter Isabella’s safety….

Jenkins’ attorney, Sarah Star, said, “Janet is very disappointed that the transfer of custody did not take place as ordered…. Out of concern for Isabella’s safety, she is asking anyone who sees Lisa or Isabella to contact the authorities.

If you reflect on the long past history of erratic behavior by Lisa Miller, the mother who has abducted the child in defiance of the Vermont judges order, Ms. Jenkins may indeed have cause for concern.

It is also not helping to have the Christian Evangelist community egging MS. Miller on in her contempt of the Court order.

See LGR earlier posts.

At LGR we are reaching out to Ms. Jenkins and offering to help her in her search for her daughter. Contact Melanie at nathan@privatecourts.com

http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/us/2010/01/02/snow.lesbian.custody.battle.cnn.html

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14 Responses to Lesbian Mom Janet Jenkins Asks Public For Help To Find Her Daughter

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  3. Stephanie

    January 4, 2010 at 11:35 pm

    Well I am not talking Mississippi thank u very much…Anyway my point is to whole social services, child protective service and family court systems is broken down. Thousands of kids fall through the cracks. We will just have to wait and see if the authorities catch this women is and Isabella is found.

    • Sei

      January 4, 2010 at 11:41 pm

      Vermont is better than most places, but it does have its problems. We’ve had a few cases here where a child should have been taken from their parents but were not. There are improvements that need to be made, but the problem is sometimes figuring out what those are that is hard.

  4. Stephanie

    January 4, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    Wow this custody battle is one long sad story from what I read and I feel most sorry for this little girl caught in the middle. Who didn’t see this coming for a mile away But this is not really somtetime new, because thousands of children have been taken and abducted by their non custodial parent every year. My cousin was taken by her mother illegally by her mom after a bitter custody dispute like this one and the authorities have no clue of whereabout since 2001. It is like they vanished. The only difference between this case and my cousin’s is that she is biracial (mother white, father black). Because my uncle was black and had custody is the reason I feel the police was bias against him in the first place and were dragging their feet. There should have been social workers or child advocate involve in the Jenkins, case to prevent history from repeating itself. There is a lesson to be learned from all of this.

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