DCYF investigated about 10 cases of abuse involving Nashua mom prior to daughter's death | New Hampshire:
NASHUA — Prior to the 2014 death of 3-year-old Brielle Gage, the New Hampshire Division for Children Youth and Families investigated about 10 cases of abuse and neglect allegedly at the hands of her mother, according to Jeffery Strelzin, assistant attorney general.
I will never understand why in God's name, DCYF and the Family Court returned Brielle and her siblings to their Mother while Felony child abuse charges were pending. I also don't understand their reasoning behind ALL of the other many children, whose parent's are proven innocent in Criminal Court of child endangerment charges,the children unharmed, why Family Court charges are never dropped and the children never returned.
The death of this precious little girl should never have happened and if the State had given custody to her Grandmother, like they should have, she would be alive today.
This has nothing to do with enacting new Law's, but everything to do with abiding with the Law's we already have in place.