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The father’s points at the beginning of this scan again exceed the scope of evidence presented here. It is, however, important to note that at point A, the mother’s response to the father’s pleas for her to simply be nice to her son is to yet again insist that “it’s your fault,” adding that she has a “right to know.” Presumably she has a right to know where her child received stitches after tripping and sustaining a minor fall. This charge comes mere seconds after she had been informed of the location at which the boy received treatment.

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