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September 18, 2006

Daughter Snatched by Parents to Have Abortion

I know two people who won't win the Parent of the Year award:

Police charged a Maine couple on Monday of kidnapping their pregnant 19-year-old daughter, who was bound with rope and duct tape and bundled into her parents' car to force her to have an emergency abortion.

Nicholas Kampf, 54, and his wife, Lola, 53, were arrested on Friday in a New Hampshire parking lot after their daughter Katelyn escaped by persuading her parents to untie her so she could use a Kmart bathroom.

A court affidavit said her parents chased her out into the yard after an altercation, grabbed and tied her hands and feet together. Her father then gagged her and carried her to their Lexus and they drove toward New Hampshire.


The parents didn't approve of the unborn child's father who is in jail. These goons (not parents) freaked out that their daughter wasn't as perfect as they wanted her to be. So what better way to solve the problem then to kill the grandchild. I'm confident the daughter won't be asking them to babysit.

"Parents Kidnap Daughter to Have Abortion"

UPDATE: Parents Behaving Badly, a fitting weblog, caught wind of this story.

UPDATE II: What's with attacking pregnant women in Maine?

The man wanted in connection with the assault of a pregnant woman in Hancock turned himself in Wednesday morning.

According to Maine Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland, Robert A. Dow, 59, of Franklin, surrendered to authorities at 8:30 a.m. at the Hancock County Jail in Ellsworth.

Dow was being sought on charges of assault and disorderly conduct in connection with an incident that occurred outside a convenience store last week in Hancock. McCausland said the African-American woman, who is seven months pregnant, was reportedly kicked in the stomach while sitting in a car next to a convenience store. She also was reportedly accosted with racial slurs. The hate crime aspect of this investigation, said McCausland, has been referred to the Maine Attorney General's Office.


Is there some bad lobster going around over there?

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