One of the most horrific forms of Domestic Violence against a minor child is a parental kidnapping. On October 22, 2004, Genevieve Kelley kidnapped her 8 year old child. At the time, her child was probably in third grade. How can one possibly imagine telling this child that they will never seen her father again? When the chid cried to see her father, how did Genevieve Kelley respond? Did she send the child to her room for a timeout? The cruelty, emotional abuse, parental alienation that Genevieve Kelley inflicted on her own daughter is disgusting.
Yet Genevieve Kelley is claiming “she thought” her child was abused. Despite professionals telling Genevieve Kelley she was wrong, Genevieve did not trust or respect the findings of the New Hampshire or any other court system in America. If you read through the facts of this case and see the evidence, Genevieve Kelley simply left town before the final results of the investigation. This is usually a pattern of behavior with narcissistic parental kidnappers. She wasn’t going to let any Judge, Jury or Child Custody professional tell her how to raise her child.
On Facebook, you see a small group of supporters that are trying to represent that there is a large group of individuals that support Genevieve Kelley. There is also a very small number of members of the media that appear to be writing stories favorable to the defendant. These individuals should be ashamed of themselves. After what Genevieve Kelley did to eight year old child, how can anyone with any compassion toward a young child support Genevieve Kellly’s decision to kidnap her child
Genevieve Kelley is the Abuser in this situation. If she really cared about her child, she would have used the New Hampshire Child Protection and Court System to ensure the safety of her child. Instead, as “the abuser” she did what she wanted. It’s time for Genevieve Kelley do the right thing in this case. Give law enforcement the location of Mary Nunes. Let Mary reunify with her father. Ensure Mary receives the therapy she deserves. And plead guilty saving the New Hampshire taxpayers the costs of a trial.