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To: DiogenesLamp
Of course in 1961 a young teenager pregnant with a bi-racial child would NEVER get sent to live with her Aunt.

Sure, it could have happened, but the evidence suggests it did not. If Stanley Anne was sent to live with her Aunt Blaine, why is it she was living openly and alone with her biracial child in Seattle a month or so after the birth?

Sorry, but the facts just don't fit your scenario.

99 posted on 06/06/2011 4:32:40 PM PDT by curiosity
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To: curiosity; All

Sure, it could have happened, but the evidence suggests it did not. If Stanley Anne was sent to live with her Aunt Blaine, why is it she was living openly and alone with her biracial child in Seattle a month or so after the birth?

Sorry, but the facts just don’t fit your scenario.


Perhaps because she wanted to attend the University of Washington, which is LOCATED in Seattle???


105 posted on 06/06/2011 5:59:16 PM PDT by Hotlanta Mike (TeaNami)
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To: curiosity
Sure, it could have happened, but the evidence suggests it did not. If Stanley Anne was sent to live with her Aunt Blaine, why is it she was living openly and alone with her biracial child in Seattle a month or so after the birth?

What evidence do you have that it did not? I can point to three pieces of circumstantial evidence to suggest that it did. I concede they are not conclusive, but they are indicative.

1. University of Washington record placing Ann in Seattle August 18.

2. Presence of Aunt Living in Blaine Washington.

3. Testimony by Susan Blake claiming Stanley Ann did not know how to change a Diaper.

And if you want to throw it in, That same testimony says Stanley Ann showed up at Susan's house in a borrowed Car. Who would Stanley borrow a car from if not a Relative? Who would that relative be if not the Aunt and Uncle living in Blaine?

118 posted on 06/07/2011 6:48:26 AM PDT by DiogenesLamp (Those arguing that diluted loyalty is acceptable need to be disabused of that notion.)
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