Julian Winnfield 
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Re: “U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear 'Baby Veronica' case

Still putting forth the LIE that these people adopted this man's little girl, huh?
Absolutely pathetic. Whatever happened to "journalistic integrity"?

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Posted by Julian Winnfield on January 6, 2013 at 2:37 AM

Re: “U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear 'Baby Veronica' case

Still putting forth the LIE that these people adopted this man's child, huh?
Absolutely pathetic. Whatever happened to "journalistic integrity"?

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Posted by Julian Winnfield on January 6, 2013 at 2:35 AM

Re: “Baby Veronica Guardian ad Litem files petition with U.S. Supreme Court

"...the 3-year old toddler named Veronica, who they adopted at birth..."
Still putting forth the LIE that this child was adopted by these people, huh?
-ABSOLUTELY PATHETIC.
(By the way, they aren't "retaining" custody...they don't HAVE custody.)
(Also...they filed a "PETITION FOR A Writ of Certiorari".)
This stuff really isn't that hard to get right. Shoddy, biased work at best...

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Posted by Julian Winnfield on November 1, 2012 at 10:56 PM

Re: “Charleston: The No. 1 city in the world for white people

"Charleston. Where white people play and black people make sweetgrass baskets."

Lest we forget..."where Native American children are taken when they're stolen from their families."

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Posted by Julian Winnfield on October 18, 2012 at 1:23 AM

Re: “Baby Veronica case appealed to U.S. Supreme Court

For the millionth time:
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There are a few corrections which need to be made here in order to halt the promotion of inaccurate information about this case, which is being incorrectly put forth as truth in just about every article or interview I've seen on the subject, the first of which is this:

Ronnie Brown is NOT Matt and Melanie Capobianco's adopted daughter. She NEVER has been and she NEVER will be. She was NOT legally adopted by them or anyone else. The proposed adoption was properly DENIED by the Honorable Deborah Malphrus (Charleston County Family Court judge) on November 25, 2011, long before the case ever got to the Supreme Court of South Carolina, who properly upheld the ruling of the trial court.

This is absolute FACT and is a matter of public record.

She has been with her father and her family, where she belongs, for almost the past year and is doing just fine there. She is loved and well taken care of, and doesn't even recognize the Capobianco's in pictures she has been shown.

The entire premise which these people have been using, in order to pull the proverbial wool over the collective eyes of the unsuspecting public, to every microphone or camera shoved in their faces, is that "these poor, poor, good people have had "their" child "stolen" from them by some deadbeat Indian...along with a little help from the "racist" United States Congress, who passed this "racist and antiquated" law.

(That reminds me. Who else among society...except these people and their supporters...think that the notion of protecting your children, your relationship with them, and your respective relationships with your people is "antiquated" or "racist"?)

This is NOT their little girl. They simply want what they want, and are willing to put this man, HIS little girl, and their entire family through hell, for as long as it takes, to take her away from her father so they can have her for themselves.

This case is about nothing, if not their pure selfishness.

It certainly isn't about any failure of the law. Had the law been followed from the very beginning of the case, none of this would have ever happened. The problem is that these people attempted to circumvent the law...and they got caught. As a direct result, they lost in the family court, they lost in the South Carolina Supreme Court, and they will lose in the United States Supreme Court, if the Court will even Review the case, which I seriously doubt.

I'm not trying to be disrespectful to you, but I feel very strongly that these inaccurate statements in ALL of these articles need to be corrected in the interest of justice. Please post my comments so that people who are interested in this case will be exposed to the truth, and not just the incorrect information which is continuously being put forth as "truth".

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Posted by Julian Winnfield on October 12, 2012 at 12:25 AM

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