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Friday, July 24, 2015
"HARTFORD – After the tragic death of 7-month-old Aaden Moreno, does the way Connecticut handles cases involving domestic violence need fixing? Al and Jenn discuss this with guests Karen Jarmoc, Co-Chair of the State Task Force on Domestic Violence and Rich Rochlin, an attorney specializing in family law."
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
CT FOX NEWS PUBLISHES TEXTS EXCHANGED BETWEEN TONY MORENO AND ADRIANNE OYOLA MINUTES BEFORE AADEN'S DEATH BUT STILL FAILS TO GET THE POINT!
CT FOX NEWS REPORTS AS FOLLOWS:
"MIDDLETOWN–The arrest warrant charging Tony Moreno with murder in the death of his son, Aaden, shows a turbulent* relationship between him and the 7-month-old’s mother in the minutes, days, weeks and months leading up to Tony’s suicide attempt and Aaden’s death.
Adrianne Oyola, Aaden’s mother, told officers when they interviewed her following the incident that she had lived with Tony, his mother and his brother from February 2013 to June 17, 2015, and that in the months leading up to her moving out the couple was not getting along..."
*In fact, CT FOX news statements are incorrect. This was not a "turbulent" relationship which implies mutuality. In using this term and implying mutuality, CT FOX news is attempting to cover up for Judge Barry Pinkus who could have saved Aaden Moreno's life, but decided not to. Judge Pinkus' excuse was that the antagonism between Tony Moreno and Adrianne Oyola was mutual when, in fact, it was not, i.e. "The problem is just that you two don't get along."
The reality is that what Adrianne Oyola described and what the texts between the two of them reveal is a situation where Tony Moreno was incredibly abusive, and that abuse escalated predictably when Adrianne attempted to free herself from that abuse. CT FOX news should be ashamed of its bold faced attempt to cast blame on Adrianne and imply a mutuality which simply did not and does not exist.
Adrianne did not do anything wrong.
In fact, she did everything right by reporting the abuse, by seeking a restraining order against the abuse, and by doing what she could to work with the father, Tony Moreno, when everything else failed. Adrianne Oyola is a courageous woman who deserves every bit of sympathy and respect that we can give her.