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plane crash - father and daughter into ex-mil house
March 7, 2007
4:05 pm
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I read a news story about a father who took his daughter for the weekend and then took her up in his plane. He called his ex-wife and she heard her daughter asking for her to come get her from dad....but she was supposed to be with dad until he brought her to school that day. But rather than bring her to school - dad takes her flying in his plane. Dad then crashes his plane into his ex-mother-in-law's house killing them both.

This deeply disturbs me because I can see my not yet ex-husband doing this sort of thing. I see him taking our girls and killing them rather than letting me have custody of them - to punish me and hurt me for filing for divorce. Never mind the fact that he had a girlfriend which was one of the many reasons I finally decided to leave him. The world revolves around him and I must be punished for daring to go against him.

Anyway- I can't imagine the pain this mother is going through... I can't imagine what she could have done to protect her child... and it worries me that I could be put in a similar situation and it would kill me to think I haven't done everything in my power to protect my children.

March 7, 2007
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That is a scary worrisome situation. I am sure that mother is feeling so sad and so guilty right now thinking about the steps she could have taken to save her daughter's life. All the same, she can't control her ex's actions.

If your X is that unbalanced are there some steps now you can take to control his time with your children?

March 7, 2007
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This has disturb me also when I heard about this. But it is nothing new in the days because that is what alot of these husbands or boyfriends are doing to the woman child or childrens. They already knows that the only way to hurt that woman is with her child or childrens.

I don't know why they don't take there own life and leave everyone else alone. I'm so glad that my boys are grown and that I choose to not have to deal with the kids father.

I'm sure that this mother maybe not had a clue to what her ex husband was thinking. A mother can only protect her young but if the other parent have them, well there is really nothing that you can do. Even the child or childrens don't know what is going to happen.

That is a terrible feeling to have, especially when it concern your childrens. I hope and pray that this is not your situation and I guess that this is another lesson that we might have to teach our childrens, is to still love your mother or father, but if they start acting strange then beware.
It is so sad now for childrens in this world and I just believe that this world is going to get worse then better.

March 7, 2007
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I've been trying to use the court system - but unfortunately I have a judge that doesn't want to do divorce trials. I've been in a pending divorce for almost 3 years. And there is nothing I can do about it - trust me I've talked to every legal professional I can find. His co-workers tell me he's unbalanced and acting crazy - but he's union so they can't touch him until he really goes off the deep end. He's a police officer and carries a gun 24/7. I try to have very little contact with him. I follow the court order and let the kids go with him - but he always finds a reason to call and scream at me. He tells the children that I lie and that he's "winning the custody game". I worry that when the reports are viewed by the judge he won't "win" and then he'll become very violent because his control over me will be lessened.... no more to fight over because the final order will be entered. I know you can't live in fear - but this story just strikes me as something horrible which should have been prevented.

March 7, 2007
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2alone,

Oh, that is a horrible story. And, really, with all we have talked about with n's here, all of this is possible, knowing their personalities. Sorry, that's no help to you, but it is the truth.

Don't pilots need to have a certain level of physical and mental fitness to fly a plane? After all, a license is a privilege, not a requirement.

I would investigate the requirements to have a pilot's license. Has he done anything you can document in the realm of violence and/or mental illness? Is there any legal history on him? Any physical problem you know he has that he thought he could get away with when going for the license?

I would also try to find out, for sure, that news story so you have it is some kind of proof and documentation that something like that can happen.

I've heard of people who cannot get licenses because of their eyesight, maybe also because of the medications they are taking, I am sure for any mental instability. All this would be worth checking into. And, after you've done all you can do, I would just visualize your children as safe from harm whereever they are because a lot of negative energy on something can produce negative results.

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