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Re: “Reports: Judge's son in Hot Springs death

@Olphart, the biggest thing that I think you are failing to allow to sink in - is what little Thomas went through in his final moments while he essentially cooked to death, while he was strapped in his car seat in the back of his daddy's car. He trusted his dad - with his life. And dad let him down. I get that Wade is likely going through living hell, but if he were anyone else, he would have already been arrested and awaiting trial. But instead, the police still refuse to confirm that Wade Naramore is even involved.

Enough said.....

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Posted by jj2015 on 07/27/2015 at 9:17 AM

Re: “Reports: Judge's son in Hot Springs death

Accident or not – this man (Wade Naramore), Garland Co Juvenile Judge is absolutely guilty of child neglect, and the death of his child. As a Juvenile Judge, he was responsible for using his good judgment to make decisions concerning hundreds of families in the Hot Springs community. This is the same good judgment that he used when he forgot his child in a car, sitting in the driveway for FOUR hours?? My kids are just about grown, and yet I still think of them at least every couple of hours. Especially in our home, when I see their stuff, etc. This was more that just an “oops, I forgot.” This poor child suffered up until his last moments on this earth. Take a moment and think about all of the families that this man has dismantled as a judge – for far lesser crimes that he has committed himself. Though I whole-heartedly agree that it is not my position to judge him, I do believe that the justice system is obligated to conduct a thorough investigation and charge those responsible accordingly. The questions that I would like answered are what he was doing for four hours that required such attention as to forget his two year old, and why is it he drove his dead child around the block to the neighbors before he contacted help?? Hmmmm…. seems fishy to me.

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Posted by jj2015 on 07/26/2015 at 5:12 PM


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