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Father arrested in death of Prince McLeod Rams

Back in October, the Lovefraud community was shocked to learn that the toddler son of our own contributor, Cappuccino Queen, went to his father’s home for a court-ordered visitation and did not return. Today the child’s father, Joaquin Rams, was arrested for his murder.

Joaquin Rams arrested for allegedly killing Prince McLeod Rams, on WJLA.com.

Dr. Liane Leedom will be posting about this case soon.



69 Comments on "Father arrested in death of Prince McLeod Rams"

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  1. Ox Drover says:

    Dear Marie, GRAY ROCK, don’t feed the sharks! Hang in there! (((hugs)))



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  2. umami_mommy says:

    has anyone been reading her blog? she is such a beautiful human being!



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  3. Traumatized says:

    Hera is a wonderful and strong person, I only know her by communicating via email and posting on her site. I suspected that the seizures her son was having could very well be from shaken baby syndrome and suggested his taking the child to the hopsital after doing so was munchausens by proxy….look at me I’m a wonderful parent all the while creating the symptoms the child was having. I find the most horrific part of her experience (which was recently disclosed) is that the doctor suspected her son was drowned by Luc by yet allowed him to visit in the hospital while trying to remove the healthy parent from his life. This is all so incredible, what about an immediate arrest? The system is so broken that people choose not to look beyond the nose on their face treating others the way they do by projecting fault on victims. A mother and a dying son once again traumatized as if she hadnt endured enough already. The truth shall prevail and I trust Luc will be spending the rest of his days in a jail cell with “bubba” as hera has suggested.



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  4. darwinsmom says:

    Traumatized,

    While I agree with the horrific treatment of Hera at the hospital, especially if the doctor already suspected drowning, there may have been reasons for not making an immediate arrest. In order to arrest someone for premidated murder, police and prosecution would want a lot of evidence. If they had done an immediate arrest, they might not have gotten the info for such an arrest, but manslaughter instead. After all: he brought Prince to the hospital, and could have gotten away with claiming it was accidental instead. Police does the investigation, prosecutor suggests what is possible and how far to go, court decides to warrant the police with the right to arrest someone.



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  5. Olga Rodriguez says:

    Greetings,
    Traumatized: In our criminal justice system at first it seems as though that is unjustly what it is
    “Justice for the Criminal”. However there are procedures that must be followed; the slightest slip of one of these procedures and convictions are jeopardized. “Due Process” is the legal requirement that the state must respect all of the legal rights that are owed to a person. This comes in handy when someone is wrongfully accused. Unfortunately most Spaths are very familiar with the law and that is why they get away with so much! However, just like Rams; eventually… they dig their own grave. I believe I read somewhere that there are many inconsistencies with Ram’s story, there is no such thing as the perfect crime!



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  6. raggedy ann says:

    Hindsight:
    When a parent has learned that the other parent has taken out three life insurance policies on a child, he or she is in a better situation to warn medical staff that they can’t leave the policy holder alone with the child, because he or she may be there to try to finish what they tried to do.

    Something has to change with laws about these policies.

    After this case, the picture on the cover of Dr. Leedom’s book has become exponentially more chilling to me.



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