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Wonder what the fathers who are denied access to their children by CYFS on lesser grounds would think about this?

Posted by watchingcyfswatchnewzealand on July 14, 2007

As posted on CYFSWATCH NZ

Wonder what the fathers who are denied access to their children by CYFS on lesser grounds would think about this?
Sunday, 08.07.2007, 05:32pm (GMT12)

Kahui wants to see his older son

New 5:00PM Sunday July 08, 2007

The father charged with murdering his three-month-old twins, wants his bail conditions altered so he can see his two-year-old son, Sunday newspapers report today.

Chris Kahui, 22, of south Auckland, is accused of murdering his sons Chris and Cru last year and is due to appear in Manukau District Court next month for a depositions hearing.

The Sunday Star-Times said Kahui had received permission for supervised access to his older son Shane but the court would need to alter Kahui’s bail conditions – which previously included instructions not to associate with children under 12 – for the visits to go ahead.

The Herald on Sunday said Child Youth and Family took the older son into care and Kahui was granted fortnightly visitation rights. But Kahui’s bail conditions stop him from travelling outside Auckland to see the boy.

Chris and Cru Kahui died in Auckland’s Middlemore Hospital last year, five days after being admitted to intensive care with head injuries.

– NZPA

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