Jurema Laboy Padilla | Admissions of Guilt but No Remorse

Jurema Laboy Padilla | Admissions of Guilt but No Remorse

Jurema Laboy Padilla admits to physically hurting my children in her anger toward me. She also refuses to stop. These incidents occurred between 2008-2010 against my daughter and son.

This recording was played before Leah Horrevoets and Rosemary Willkomm of Orange County, NY C.P.S. and Judge Debra J. Kiedaisch.  Horrevoets and Willkomm only listened to the first minute of this and then began interrogating me. They never listened to this evidence in my presence but they were given this evidence for their own records.  Judge Debra J. Kiedaisch and Cheryl Maxim both listened to this redording in my presence during the trial.  Cheryl maxim was obviously disturbed and upset by Jurema laboy’s statements and rage.  Cheryl Maxim stared at Jurema Laboy in shock during the entire time the recording was played.  In spite of this Cheryl Maxim stated in her closing remarks that she believed Jurema should have sole custody because she was working full-time and during the course of the trial I became unemployed and was collecting unemployment benefits.  Basically, what Cheryl Maxim stated was that a child abuser could get away with child abuse as long as they had a job and the good parent was unemployed. It appears that Cheryl Maxim was influenced to make that decision by Family Court or C.P.S..

Watch the video below to hear Jurema Laboy Padilla in her own words.  This is her account.  This is her side of the story.  The video is cued up to her admissions of guilt.



The purpose of this website, the information provided and “The Adventures of Highwaychild” documentary is to present evidence of crimes and injustices committed against the children and families mentioned. It is the hope of Hodos Pictures, LLC that shedding light on these facts would lead to legal justice for these innocent children.   This case is about crimes committed against innocent children and not about a marital dispute.  It also important to note that mothers, pastors, police officers, judges, lawyers and social services employees have in fact committed crimes in the past and have been prosecuted and incarcerated for their crimes.  There are women’s prisons and there is a significant population of ex-pastors, ex-police officers, ex-attorneys, ex-judges and ex-government employees in prison.   Holding a position of authority comes with a higher level of responsibility and accountability.

From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.

Luke 12:48, NIV

But if you show favoritism, you sin and are convicted by the law as lawbreakers.

James 2:9, NIV

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