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    rw3851@gmail.co is offline Junior Member
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    to get custody of my grandson

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? tx
    i need to get information on how to get custody of my grandson if my has to go to the prison and the mom i think is molest the child and hitting him when go to potty in his pamper
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    Quote Originally Posted by rw3851@gmail.co View Post
    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? tx
    i need to get information on how to get custody of my grandson if my has to go to the prison and the mom i think is molest the child and hitting him when go to potty in his pamper
    Are you expecting your son to go to prison? For what, and for how long?

    What proof do you have of molestation and abuse?

    Did you report this abuse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogmatique View Post
    Are you expecting your son to go to prison? For what, and for how long?

    What proof do you have of molestation and abuse?

    Did you report this abuse?
    It sounds to me like english is this grandparent's second language. If so, she may not be talking about actual abuse, she may be talking about not approving of the mother's methods of potty training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LdiJ View Post
    It sounds to me like english is this grandparent's second language. If so, she may not be talking about actual abuse, she may be talking about not approving of the mother's methods of potty training.
    You may be right there - shall await clarification.
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    She "thinks" the mother is molesting her grandchild and hitting him when he uses his diaper for what it was intended for. From her post, I'm not sure she knows the meaning of the word "molest." I can't imagine the mother molesting the child in front of an audience. This is a credibility challenged post.
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    If her first language is Spanish, then it could be she's just using a perhaps inaccurate word:

    molesta [mo-les’-to, tah]
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    1. Grievous, vexatious, oppressive, molestful, heavy, troublesome (que molesta), inconvenient (incómodo), discontented (descontento); restless (inquieto); ill-at-ease (incómodo).

    Estar molesto con uno -> to be cross with somebody
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    Quote Originally Posted by WittyUserName View Post
    If her first language is Spanish, then it could be she's just using a perhaps inaccurate word:

    molesta [mo-les’-to, tah]
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    1. Grievous, vexatious, oppressive, molestful, heavy, troublesome (que molesta), inconvenient (incómodo), discontented (descontento); restless (inquieto); ill-at-ease (incómodo).

    Estar molesto con uno -> to be cross with somebody
    That makes perfect sense!

    Thank you!

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