Episode 93: Case Update Special #6

In this episode, I’ll provide updates on multiple cases I’ve covered in past episodes. The stories I’ll be updating today include those of Sereniti Sutley, Josias Marquez, and Keaton Boggs, whose stories I told in episodes 21, 24, and 30.

I’m going to try to release one more update episode before the end of the year, and that should bring us up to speed on all of the cases I’ve covered on the podcast that need updating. Like I’ve said before, I can’t just cover a case once and forget about it; it’s essential to me that I see each case through, and even after each child gets justice, the most important part of this for me is ensuring the child is never forgotten. 

This is Episode 93: Case Update Special #6.

Episode links:

Episode 21: Sereniti Sutley – https://www.spreaker.com/episode/44665702

Episode 24: Josias Marquez – https://www.spreaker.com/episode/44665644

Episode 30: Keaton Boggs – https://www.spreaker.com/episode/44665627

Episode 90: Case Update Special #5 – https://www.spreaker.com/episode/47631178

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Episode 92: Shellay “Ebony” Ward (Part 2)

Last week, I told you the first part of the story of seven-year-old Shellay Ward, who was found dead in her family’s home in Hawks Nest, New South Wales, Australia on November 3, 2007, emaciated, lying on a bare mattress in a filthy room filled with human waste. Shellay, who was autistic and had never attended school, spent her final months imprisoned in her dark, filthy bedroom. She is largely known across Australia by her middle name, Ebony, the girl who suffered the country’s worst child neglect death.

In this episode, I will tell you the rest of Shellay’s story, including the arrest and trial of her parents and the results of multiple investigations into the catastrophic systemic failure of multiple government agencies responsible for protecting Australia’s most vulnerable children. 

This is part two of the tragic story of Shellay “Ebony” Ward.

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Episode 91: Shellay “Ebony” Ward (Part 1)

On November 3, 2007, first responders to a home in Hawks Nest, New South Wales, Australia were shocked and horrified by what they found. On a mattress in a feces-covered bedroom with a boarded-over window lay the twisted, emaciated form of 7-year-old Shellay Ward, who had been deprived of food, water, sunlight, medical attention, and basic human decency for months, if not years. Shellay’s parents, Blakeley and Sharyn Ward, were charged with her murder.

This is the story of the catastrophic failure of multiple government agencies created to protect Australia’s most vulnerable children. It’s also the story of the long, torturous death of an autistic seven-year-old girl who spent her final months imprisoned in her dark, filthy bedroom and who is largely known across Australia as Ebony, the girl who suffered the country’s worst child neglect death.

This is part one of the tragic story of Shellay “Ebony” Ward.

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Episode 90: Case Update Special #5

In this episode, I will provide updates on some of the cases I’ve covered on previous episodes of the podcast. As I mentioned last week, I hope to release more of these update specials between now and the end of the year.

The cases discussed in today’s episode include those of Sereniti Sutley, Josias Marquez, James Biel, Arabella Parker, and Brinley and Conner Snyder.

This is episode 90: Case Update Special #5.

Original episodes for cases discussed:
Episode 21: Sereniti Sutley
Episode 24: Josias Marquez
Episode 26: James Biel
Episode 16: Arabella Parker (Part 1)
Episode 17: Arabella Parker (Part 2)
Episode 29: Brinley & Conner Snyder

Other links mentioned:
Episode 9: Ame Deal
Justice for James on Facebook
Justice for Corey on Facebook

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Episode 89: Case Update Special #4

In this episode, I will provide updates on some of the cases I’ve covered on previous episodes of the podcast. I plan to release at least a few more of these update specials between now and the end of the year to try to bring us all up to speed on all of the ongoing cases I’ve been following.

The cases discussed in today’s episode include those of Eduardo Posso (blog) (podcast), Arabella Parker (blog) (podcast 1 | 2), Ky’mani Moore (blog) (podcast), and Treyanna Summerville (blog) (podcast).

This is episode 89: Case Update Special #4.

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Episode 88: Judah Morgan (Part 2)

Last week, I told you the story of Judah Morgan, a bright, loving four-year-old boy with blond curls, brown eyes, and a disarmingly sweet smile, who was removed in April 2021 from the loving foster family who cared for him for most of his life and placed back in the home of his biological parents, Mary Yoder and Alan Morgan. Six months later, Judah was dead, and Mary and Alan were charged with his abuse, torture, and murder. 

In this episode, you’ll hear my conversation with Judah’s foster mom, Jenna Hullett, who is already fighting to change laws to protect other kids like the little boy she loved like her own.

This is part 2 of the infuriating story of Judah Morgan.

justiceforjudah# Facebook group

Hullett family GoFundMe

Petition to hold DCS responsible

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