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SARA WHITTINGTON SHOULD NOT GET BAIL!!!

707 Signatures Goal: 1,000

ST. THOMAS, Ont. - A woman who has been charged in connection with the disappearance of her one-month-old infant has been released from custody on bail. Sara Whittington, 33, has been charged with causing an indignity to a body. She was named as a suspect in October 2007, in the disappearance of her baby, Abbygail Elizabeth Dice. Police allege Whittington was with Abbygail when she died on Sept. 18, 2007, and disposed of the child\'s body outside the southern Ontario town of St. Thomas. Two days later, Whittington was found confused and alone inside her apartment. Whittington told police she did not know Abbygail\'s whereabouts. A search failed to turn up any trace of the child and police narrowed the investigation to Whittington\'s whereabouts between Sept. 18 and 20. In Signing this petition, we are hoping to make our voices heard on changing the laws for CRIMINALS who comit crimes against children. We cannot let another child or baby go without a voice! Thank you for your time.

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This was started by a group of mothers who were affected by what started out as a mysterious dissapearence of a one month old baby girl, which turning out with the worst outcome.

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