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Corruptct reports, "For over a year Jamaal Jacob and his story has been read and listened to from people from east to west. With many people supporting him as he spoke out about his child that was kidnapped by the Torrington D.C.F in Connecticut. It has been over a year since this nightmare has started for this family, they continue to miss, love and fight for the return of their daughter.
Jamaal and his fiance are still facing criminal charges, charges that carry a 10 year sentence. Criminal charges for the alleged abuse of their daughter, they have maintained their innocence, continue to do everything that is asked of them. Through all of this heartache that the department of children and families in Torrington Connecticut has caused, they have maintained hope that their daughter will return home, where she belongs.
As the trial in this matter did not bring their daughter home, they are appealing this matter. Giving up is not an option, continuing to fight for the child they miss so very much, a child that was happy, loved, in a healthy structured family with brothers and sisters, who miss her."
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