Hickss father unsurprised by indefinite custody
Wearing a tie and a bright red T-shirt, a tall young man who only gave his first name as Paul greeted Mr Hicks with his usual optimism.
„He’s very happy and relaxed,“ Mr Hic더킹카지노ks said.
„I’m just relieved he can rest now.
„He’s had to go through so much because he was abused at the hands of his father when he was younger.“
Paul Hicks’s mother Carol said her son had become so dependent on drugs and alcohol that she had to take him into the care of a foster 바카라사이트family.
„It’s been very hard on him and I want to make sure he grows up in a good place,“ Ms Hicks said.
The family has struggled for years to pay the $30,000 cost of foster care but Ms Hicks said that was now largely paying off.
The Hickss have tried to start a business on Facebook but had been unable to recruit enough followers.
„I’m just trying to do what I can to make things work but I don’t believe it’s going to happen,“ she said.
„We just don’t have money for legal fees and our only other option is to go back to living in the bush.“
Despite the emotional support, Mr Hicks said he wasn’t feeling well this weekend.
„My heart is really heavy for my son and it’s just hard to look at him and be like what’s he doing? I’ve missed everything,“ he said.
„I feel I’m the bad guy here.
„It’s my fault – that’s my fault – but it’s really embarrassing because my only reason for living in the world is to pay back my debts.
„All he’s doing is go우리카지노ing to prison for a drug-related crime. He hasn’t done anything to deserve this.“
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