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No Training Wheels on the Bike. The Chris White Story

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In 2002, Chris White was spending the weekend with his daughters, who were living with foster parents.  While Chris was working on his truck, the girls were riding thier new bikes in the street.  The two girls crashed into each other and the youngest's private part hit the bar of the bike.  The oldest daughter had poison ivy from days prior.  This is even documented in school nurse notes.  Both girls continued to ride their bikes until it was time for Chris to drop them back off at the foster parents.  When the girls were back at home and at the dinner table, the youngest complained about hurting on her private part.  The little girl was taken to the emergency room and told the doctor about the bike accident.  And so the issue begins.  Child Protective Services charged Chris with two counts of rape and turned the case over to criminal court.  Chris was sentenced to 35 years in prison for the rape of his daughters.  The interesting fact, there was no physical signs of sexual abuse on either girl.  So how did Chris end up in prison.  Tune in this Wednesday as we welcome Janelle Natalie, Chris' sister to discuss his case, No Training Wheels on the Bike.