In Light of the Telegraph news article, dated 15 June 2015: Runaway mother Rebecca Minnock was ‘Utterly irresponsible’, says judge. Private Detectives Oxford shares information concerning cases of missing people.
According to the article published by The Telegraph, dated 15 June 2015: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/11674778/Runaway-mother-Rebecca-Minnock.html , a judge branded one Miss Minnock, a 35-year-old and a mother who went on the run with her three-year-old son after becoming embroiled in a bitter custody battle with the boy’s father, Roger Williams as “utterly irresponsible”. The battle began one month after Miss Minnock and Mr. Williams separated in February 2013 after giving birth to Ethan on January 25 2012. Miss Minnock made allegations about Mr. Williams which a district judge later ruled were false. Judge Wildblood, said: “Mr. Butt said in evidence that, when Rebecca did not achieve what she wanted to achieve in the family litigation, he and others took the view that Rebecca should go into hiding with Ethan to attract the attention of the press.” He added; “As Mr. Butt himself said, if everyone who is dissatisfied with the outcome of a case behaved in that way it would lead to anarchy.” Miss Minnock was due to attend a family court hearing on May 27 in Bristol and hand her son over to ex-partner Roger Williams, 39, before she vanished with one Mr. Butt. Judge Wildblood of Bristol Crown Court jailed Mrs. Louise Minnock U20150396, of Highbridge, Miss Minnock’s mother for 10 days and Mr. Butt U20150396 for 28 days after finding them in contempt of court for withholding information about Ethan’s disappearance. On May 27, it was found Miss Minnock exposed Ethan to emotional harm and should only have supervised contact with him. It was ordered that the boy should live with Mr. Williams full-time.
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