Thanks lcp and Elleise for the warnings. I do know that the ADJ often sides with C & Y. However, we also have the right to appeal the ADJ's decision based on the laws that need to be applied when finding someone guilty of child abuse. Therefore, if I understand the process correctly, if the state says there is not enough evidence "under the law", then the ADJ would have a hard time siding with C & Y, it would be a catch 22 for the ADJ, that is if I understand how the court system works. In other words, it cannot be bounced back and forth forever.
The "bs" statements, there are no statements, only that "no one in the family could explain what happened", which is why they threw a blanket around everyone calling everyone of them a perpetrator. In throwing a blanket around everyone like that, also shows they either have no evidence that anyone did anything to this child or not enough, because in the real world, if they did have enough evidence someone would have been charged by now On the other hand, C & Y and the young police officer could be totally inept in their investigative techniques, which ofcourse was apparent, to us atleast.
I am going to stop writing about this, because as I write, I can feel my mood darken, ugh!