The judge has decided: Caspian is NOT coming home to Nadia!
Within the past few hours, Nadia has received a verdict by e-mail and Margaret Hennum has talked to Nadia’s lawyer by phone.
The judge has ruled against Nadia and Caspian.
The Wings of the Wind has been told by a good source that there was only one thing the judge considered in this hearing.
A police report was filed by someone at the Vilde Mothers’ Home on the 6th of May. Nadia had left The Vilde Mothers’ Home with Caspian the day before, on May 5th, less than two months ago.
The judge’s ruling was based solely on this report.
Nadia’s lawyer Harald Grape was very surprised by the decision and appealed the verdict today.
The report of a doctor was not considered in the decision.
A doctor approved by the Barnevernet had a checked Caspian’s health and found no signs of neglect. This check up took place the day after Caspian was taken from his crib on Monday, June 13th.
Caspian was doing well with his mother.
The judge did not consider Nadia’s treatment in the Vilde Mother’s Home.
The Judge did not consider the report of the doctor or any of the reports or testimony made by Margaret Hennum, the pediatric nurse who had welcomed Nadia and Caspian into her own home to try and help them.
The judge did not consider the good environment that Caspian was exposed to at Ms Hennum’s home.
A good source states that: “None of this valuable evidence was even mentioned by the judge in his decision.”
The appeal by Nadia’s lawyer, Harald Grape, was made to Tingretten, which is some type of lower court or Council Court in Norway.
The Wings of the Wind will give more information about Tingretten in a future update as this information was only learned from a good source moments ago.
It is not known at this time when this case will be heard. Harold Grape is hoping that it will be before the previously proposed date that had been set if Nadia had been entrusted with her son.
The date for that court hearing had been set for August 25th. Mr. Grape is hoping that this case will be heard before that date.
This publication is tracking the events as they occur in Norway in modern times.
It is my understanding that this account is not unusual in Norway.
The majority of evidence can be in the mother’s favor and still not be even considered.
This is not democracy. Where is the due process afforded to any citizen of a democratic society?
Damage has been done today. How much damage has been done we may never know.
A child has been deprived of his loving Mother once again. How many times will they do this in Norway? Sadly, it is just another day there. This is not that unusual. In fact, it is common.
A parent can do nothing right in the eyes of the Barnevernet when it chooses to look at a mother as a bad parent. Good things that the parent tries are seen as bad. All one has to do is read the account first reported in THE RISE AND FALL (?) OF THE NORWEGIAN CPS to understand what many young mothers in Norway are going through.
It is a very sad day in Norway.