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For reasons, still not perfectly clear, but likely having to do with the "family legacy" Mom targeted Dad. She needed money. She needed a baby. And she needed a father, who married her and/or ultimately went away. Her parents had ingrained in her the notion that if she couldn't have a child, no one would ever want to stay with her and because of her mental illness, she would lose custody...and the family's carefully structured trusts might escape their control too. Mom needed a plan.
She researched famous women poisoners and lethal doses of medication, and one day Dad started to feel sick. Dad thought he was being drugged, and he was. Toxicology reports showed high dose concentrations of Lithium (later Mom was caught putting the drug Seroquel into Dad's wine by their nanny.) After learning of her pregnancy, Mom had also tried valiantly to have Dad committed, or just go away...by any many means necessary. Her family used their connections and influence to help.
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Here is our roundup to the recent posts on the Walsh family depostions. You have never seen or heard of depositions anything like this outside of the Epstein trial.
And here are the individual depositions. They are a bit long but you can scroll through and catch the highlights pretty fast:
Matan Gavish is not Mom's boyfriend. That ridiculous. Not even a good friend. A friend? He's just some guy who Mom's known since high school, and watches her dogs...for the past few years and...
Mom's sister Aunt Brie, shines like a diamond compared to the rest of her family. She's moved to Georgia and both she and her writing seem to be blossoming. Her younger sister 'ran away' to Georgia too it seems.
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This site has been a collaboration of many. It chronicles the tragic, but ultimately hopeful story of little girl named Evie, who was kidnapped from San Francisco by a powerful New York family in 2018. "Grumpa" Walsh kept Evie and her Mom in the attic of the family estate, just down the road from the Clintons, for nearly three years.
Corruption and influence peddling have plagued the Westchester Court proceedings that ensued. Three judges have recused themselves. Five lawyers, as well, along with a bevy of court-appointed experts. One of those experts has since fled the state, delicensed and facing charges after it was revealed that he was not a Dr. or PhD, just a run-of-the-mill-flim-flam-huckster. Yet, he was "the guy" in the Westchester Courts for nearly 30 years.
The Walsh family motive is almost certainly the same as their estranged daughter caught drugging and discrediting Dad in a scheme with her New York boy friend in 2018. Money, or as one former NYPD police detective would comment "legacy protection" is the dark heart of this story. The unbending love between a father and his daughter is its bright heart.
The story takes many twists and turns and spans Silicon Valley boardrooms to smoke-filled-rooms in Westchester, NY. It touches on sensitive issues and topics from the civil rights of parents to the powers of police and courts. But, mostly it just the story of a beautiful little girl born on January 27, 2018.
Thank you for being here.
Recent post you may have missed, or old ones worth revisiting:
Oh, and I can't forget. Dad wrote a poem for Evie called Monday. We decided to update it for every Monday that passes before Stevie and Evie are reunited.
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