“Why did it take this long and why did I have to go through this long process to get where I am now with still more questions and no answers. Why were there fractures, and why were there broken bones? Why was there a quilt on top of the crib.”
A grieving mother says she continues to be filled with more questions and less answers regarding the death of her baby girl in a Burnaby foster care home in March of 2013.
One and a half year old Isabella Wiens was found face down and dead in her foster care crib over two years ago.
A second coroner’s report has come out, but both have ruled the death inconclusive-even after finding bruising on the baby.
Leaving mother, Sara-Jane Wiens even more frustrated.
“No reason why a 21 month old would have those kinds of injuries. Something was wrong, and I want to know why it happened and why was I not notified when it happened? You’re still back at square one, because you’re getting the same thing…just in more details. So, what is going on?”
Wiens says she wants to hear an apology from the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
Not one of these allegations have been proven in court.