When you’ve never had a hair out of place before… And don’t you want your little baby back to be happy and healthy?”
Cherish a little piece of your child’s life. Take care of it. Even if you’re not a violin player, you will still cherish the little time you have with your child from this time forward.
The last thing you should take away from this article is to say that to do something for your child is so much more meaningful than to do something to a violin. It’s that kind of thing that gives him/her a sense of being a part of something bigger than themselves. A part of a community!
Remembering your beloved violin will last throughout your life—because he/she/it is unique. Be sure to keep it safe.
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Sydney (Reuters) – The United States and Australia on Monday expressed concern over an Indonesian man who was sentenced to more than four years in prison for attempting to escape during a police chase, a report said on Monday.
Sarang Damatayar and an unidentified companion escaped from a house in West Java on Nov. 21, a day after a police chase that killed three of his companions.
Sarang Damatayar was arrested while trying to flee to Singapore on Nov. 28. He was sentenced to 19 years after being found guilty of attempted murder, murder in the first degree and escaping police.
The Australian foreign minister, Julie Bishop, on Monday warned Indonesia against sending more police officers to apprehend foreign fugitives.
“The Australian government is concerned at the increasing number of cases involving attempted escape from custody under Indonesian law, particularly since the Indonesian people have so far failed in their obligations of respecting the law,” Bishop said.
“The Australian government does not believe that it is in Australia’s or Indonesia’s interests for another country to have a stronger presence in investigating and prosecuting criminal behaviour abroad,” she said in a statement.
Police in Indonesia’s third largest city Jakarta took the extraordinary step of releasing Sarang Damatayar from a prison in the early hours of Monday after he was found guilty of fleeing after being arrested.
Indonesian police stand guard as two Indonesian fugitives flee the scene of a police chase in West Java, Indonesia, November 18, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
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