I have met and heard the tragic stories of many parents. PA is a function, by and large, of a custodial ex-partner, although some alienation can start while the couple is still together.

This blog is a story of experiences and observations of dysfunctional Family Law (FLAW), an arena pitting parent against parent, with children as the prize. Due to the gender bias in Family Law, that I have observed, this Blog has evolved from a focus solely on PA to one of the broader Family/Children's Rights area and the impact of Feminist mythology on Canadian Jurisprudence and the Divorce Industry.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Mother of slain Laval girls arrested, father fugitive since 2006

This is a very tragic story. I note the headline states the Father is a fugitive. Is that germane to the story of a mom killing her kids. Does that mean she needed a man to properly raise her children. I know children need both parents in their lives equally but I'm uncertain if that is what the headline writer had in mind or was designed to deflect the blame away from the woman. I also note lots of excuse makers on the CBC comments site trying to find rationalization for a mother killing her children. In the USA and Australia moms are the greatest predators of our children killing and abusing them by a wide margin over dads. In Canada Stats Can will not break out the statistics between mom and her boyfriends, step dads etc. because of feminist bias and so we do not get a clear picture. Gender feminists are after equality and no gender roles. The Nanny state is not the logical parent or rather Big Brother of people who are supposedly equal. Those of you blaming the government are expecting way more than what should be reasonably available. If there are systemic problems such as exists in Family Law this ought to be followed up. Family Law is responsible for hundreds of suicides annually. Men and women are equal. Both genders should pay the same price for murdering someone. May the children rest in peace and the killer get her just rewards.MJM

Last Updated: Wednesday, April 1, 2009 | 3:15 PM ET Comments131Recommend163

Police have arrested a woman after the bodies of her two children were found in the family home on Tuesday. They say the girls' father has been missing since a 2006 police roundup of dozens of organized crime suspects.

Adele Sorella, 43, was arrested after the bodies of her two daughters were found in their home on Tuesday afternoon. Adele Sorella, 43, was arrested after the bodies of her two daughters were found in their home on Tuesday afternoon. (Laval police handout/Canadian Press)

The bodies of the two girls, aged eight and nine, were discovered Tuesday afternoon at their home in the community northwest of Montreal.

Their mother, Adele Sorella, 43, was arrested in connection with the deaths and will undergo psychiatric tests, said a Laval police spokeswoman.

Police told CBC News the girls had been dead for several hours when their bodies were found by relatives.

"We tried to contact the mother," said Laval police Const. Nathalie Lorrain. When they couldn't find her, Lorrain said, police began to actively look for her "as an important witness."

Early Wednesday morning — just before 3 a.m. — the woman smashed her car into a street light pole not far from her home. She was not injured and was taken to hospital.

On Wednesday, police said the woman was under sedation and investigators may not be able to speak to her until Thursday.

Neighbours said the girls' mother had been suffering from depression.

"It's sad, it's tragic," neighbour Jessica Alessi said. "My mom called me, and I was freaking out."

Mother to undergo psychiatric tests

Lorrain said the mother was taken to hospital because she seemed confused and somewhat incoherent when detectives first met with her.

The police spokeswoman said investigators are trying to determine if the woman intentionally rammed her car into a hydro pole.

She said there was no sign of violence in the house.

Authorities have been seeking the girls' father, Giuseppe De Vito, for some time on a matter unrelated to the deaths of his daughters.

Lorrain said he is not considered a suspect in the homicides.

The father is being sought in connection with a major police operation that targeted mobsters in 2006 and Lorrain said the family hasn't seen him since the warrant was issued.

He's wanted by the RCMP on drug offences as part of Operation Coliseum, a police roundup of 90 people in Ontario and Quebec with suspected ties to organized crime.

With files from the Canadian Press

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