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Currently their biological mother is attempting to force the kids to return to Indonesia through a variety of damaging tactics and refuses to directly communicate with their father. These include but are not limited to emailing our colleagues, supervisors and even potential employers. Because they are unable to work within the legal channels available to them both in Indonesia and Qatar, the biological mother and her supporters have created a sensationalist Facebook page which serves only to disseminate disinformation and ultimately put pressure on the school that the children attend. She does this to avoid having an honest discussion about the merits of Nadia and Jackson staying with their father. She agreed that it was best for the children last year, but now is trying reneg on this promise due to her changing circumstances.
We have to wonder what kind of a mother would seek to have her children removed from a school and traumatized by the loss of close friendships, loving parents and abrupt changes in their lives. Nadia is ten years old and the trauma that has been caused and continues to result from her mother’s actions is permanent and will affect her emotional development for years to come. Jackson is five and is beginning to read. Disrupting his education at this critical and often overlooked stage of forming his educational foundations could have disastrous results in both his attitudes towards school as well as his emotional development. Does the bio-mom even consider the massive damage that would result by forcing her children out of their current school and into a school where they do not even speak the language? Nia Agriani is not putting her children’s welfare first, she is putting her selfish, personal vendetta against the children’s father and stepmother above all else. There is no other way to explain her incredibly thoughtless actions. Rule #1: Always put the children’s needs first.
They are loved, cared for and have everything a child could want. Why would anyone want to take that away from them?
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Another maternal family member was successful in a bid to have an appeal made to the High Court of Australia in August. This means the girls and their father are in limbo until then, awaiting that appeal.
This page was established by members of the girls’ Italian family while they were in hiding.
We support the law-abiding father, who is undergoing the fight of his life to see justice upheld and to have his daughters in his life again.
We support the four girls who never had a voice when they were taken from Italy. We want the girls to have both parents in their life… and their life has been Italy for 12+ years. We do not want the girls to suffer, or be deprived of either parent.
According to the probable cause affidavit filed by Det. Eric Jones of the Porter County Sheriff’s Police, at 2:22 p.m. March 8 officers and EMS personnel were dispatched to…
Keagan was pronounced dead at 8:45 a.m. March 10.
In an autopsy conducted on March 12, forensic pathologist Dr. Ken Obenson determined that Keagan died of blunt force trauma to the head. “The injuries seen to (Keagan’s) skull were severe, with multiple fractures and hemorrhages within and outside the skull,” Jones stated. “Dr. Obenson stated that this type of injury does not occur by a slip, a fall, or even if a child were accidentally dropped during a bath.”
Keagan’s mother, Sasha Sabates—described by relatives and friends as “never (displaying) angry or violent tendencies or responses to her children,” Jones stated—gave investigators this account of the events prior to her discovery of Keagan, injured, in his crib:
•At 10:30 a.m. Sabates’ 2-year-old son woke up.
•At 11 a.m. she gave the 2-year-old and Keagan a bath.
•At 12:30 p.m. she gave Keagan a bottle and laid him down for a nap.
•At 12:45 p.m. she went into the master bedroom to shower, taking the 2-year-old with her.
•At 1 p.m. Sabates finished her shower and Keagan “was quiet.”
•A short time later, Willis left the residence to purchase pop and cigarettes, then returned. Around this time Sabates “realized it should almost be time for (Keagan) to wake up and went into the kitchen to start to prepare a bottle.”
•At this point Willis told her that Keagan was “fussing” and then walked “down the hallway in the direction of the boys’ room for a few minutes.” When Willis returned, Sabates asked him whether he actually entered the boys’ room and he said that he did not, “only half-way.” Sabates herself went to the door of the boys’ room and “heard (Keagan) was quiet.”
•After finishing Keagan’s bottle, Sabates went to fetch Keagan and “immediately saw that he had vomited on himself a lot and was very pale. She knew something was wrong. She immediately picked (Keagan) up and ran outside to yell for Willis to call 911.”
•Willis “looked at (Sabates) strangely,” Jones stated. “She had to yell several times, without Willis reacting much, before he finally responded and came over near her. Since both of their cell phones had been turned off the day before, according to Willis, he had to go to the neighbor’s to use a phone.”
Sabates herself advised that, in February, she suspects that Willis hurt Keagan when she left the infant alone with him in the car while she went into a convenience store, Jones stated. On returning to the car, Keagan had a “red mark on the outside” of his eye, which later developed into a bruise.
In addition, Sabates, Willis’ ex-girlfriend, and Willis’ ex-roommate all told investigators that they have seen Willis abuse his two pitbull dogs, punching them “when he was angry with them” and slamming the door on the dogs’ heads and bodies, Jones stated.
In connection with those allegations, Willis has also been charged with torturing or mutilating a vertebrate animal and with animal cruelty.
Willis himself denied hurting the infant, advised that he “was certain (Sabates) would not do this to her son,” and tentatively offered two theories as to what happened, Jones stated: either that his ex-girlfriend entered the residence and “injured” Keagan or that Sabates dropped her son while giving him a bath. Willis, however, was committed to neither theory, indicated later that he didn’t believe his ex-girlfriend was involved, and added that the plastic bathtub wasn’t “hard enough to cause the type of injury that (Keagan) sustained to his head,” Jones stated.
Willis further acknowledged having once had anger problems in high school and admitted to texting his ex-girlfriend and “threatening” her as well as slashing her tires, Jones stated.
Finally, although Willis advised that his cell phone and Sabates’ had been turned off the previous day, a witness told investigators that, while assisting at the residence prior to EMS arrival, he heard a cell phone “ringing inside the house with a country song ring tone,” Jones stated. Willis, for his part, advised that he used to have a country song ring tone but “changed it a couple of months ago.”
1. Provide a religion free zone where survivors of suicide can heal through shared support with opportunities to make a positive difference through prevention.
2. Promote awareness & prevention of the growing issue of teenage suicide & awareness of emotional/mental illness both for the general public & our public services such as schools and police.
3. Offer free or sliding scale (based on real numbers – not gross income) counseling & legal assistance regardless of marital status or placement arrangements with flexibility in availability.
4. Support legislation & tools to allow community services such as schools & police the ability to intervene for emotional needs at least equal to the tools in place to intervene for physical needs.