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GUEST,Black Hawk unlogged BS: Child neglect and the law (629* d) RE: BS: Child neglect and the law 10 Oct 07

I said I did not want to get into an argument but obviously some people cant leave well alone!

Dave Polshaw From this Black Hawk deduces that he is a bad parent who thinks it is reasonable to leave young children alone. Not only that McG is accused of insulting BH and subject to a torrent of abuse.
I have not accused him of being a bad parent. I do not know if he is a parent, married or gay so why should I.
Could you please quote this 'torrent of abuse'.

Feeling particularly sensitive about anything Black Hawk? Bad day at work? Maybe realising that never doing anything wrong includes never jumping to ridiculous conclusions?
I am only sensitive about the fact that lots of people seem to think it OK to leave young children alone. You insulting me on behalf of another only makes you out to be an intolerant person. I took offence at the inference that I am putting myself above reproach. I, like anyone else, have made mistakes. BUT, I have never left my children alone.

As to hanging the McCanns? You brought that up, not me.
No matter what they have or have not done, they admit they left their children alone.
This thread is not supposed to be about the McCanns but about child neglect.
My original post was in response to the post concerning the way British newspapers were handling the story.
Let me end by asking you and McGrath a simple question.
Do you think it was OK to leave the 3 children alone?

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