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Home » Newswire » CBC Investigates: Mona Sock, a life stolen by abuse – CBC
by ahnationtalk on March 14, 201715 Views
8th grader lived in foster home with a convicted sex offender
Mar 13, 2017
Martha Milliea worried about strange men on the street preying on her daughter Mona.
She didn’t worry about the man inside the foster home where 13-year-old Mona Sock lived.
Mona had been staying at her sister Harmony’s home on Elsipogtog First Nation for several years. Child protection workers didn’t do a background check on Harmony’s husband, Lonnie Francis.
Had they done a background check, they would have discovered Francis had a conviction for sexual assault. They might have looked for another home for Mona.
Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/lost-children-mona-profile-1.4018850
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