Defending the Children,Youths and Families
                   of New Hampshire
          And The United States of America


Defending the Children,Youth's and Families of the State of 
New Hampshire and our United States of America!!


Facts on the Brielle Gage Case

Posted by Gail Nash on March 20, 2015 at 7:50 AM

Posted by Janet Heywood-Esburnett

On November 25, 2014 3 year old Brielle Gage died while in her mother's custody. On December 5, 2014 her death was ruled a homicide. On January 2, 2015 Brielle's mother was arrested on a charge of Second Degree murder.


Brielle Gage died on November 25, 2014 after she was hospitalized with serious injuries. She was taken from a home at 14 Oak St., an address that police had visited before.

The New Hampshire state medical examiner said Brielle died of blunt-force trauma.

In May of 2014 both Marin and her boy friend were suspected of abusing two young boys. In that case, police said Katlyn Marin, 25, and her boyfriend, Michael Rivera, 30, of Hudson, beat two boys with a belt. Rivera was also accused of forcing an 8-year-old to kneel for an extended period of time, causing bruising to the child's legs and knees.

But Lorraine Bartlett say’s DCYF had no evidence of abuse? The prosecuter in my son’s case twisted facts and made a case where there was none! It was my child’s father who’s actions 0n August 10 2008 that prompted the call to the intake line.

But the state couldn’t make a case against this mother and boyfriend for abuse?? Something is VERY WRONG!

According to court paperwork, the state plans to drop Marin's charges in the case of the boy’s. The children were put in foster care, and Rivera was told to stay away from the house.

This child Grandmother warned DCYF not to return her Grand Baby, and of course they didn't listen.

Wmur TV reported…….

“Because of confidentiality rules, the Department of Children, Youth and Families can't say if there are any children currently living in the house. The acting director said that in situations such as this one, the department gets involved.”

“The director said the highest priority is the safety and protection of the children, and given the egregious nature of the situation, it's likely that any children would be put in a safe home.”

That’s a bunch of crazy Ms. Bartlett, you wait until NOW you have an “egregious situation? Well that’s not helping little Breille Gage is it?

Be Careful NH Families don’t let DCYF double talk their way out of this. They make cases out of FLUFF, smoke and mirrors all the time, but when they are faced with REAL abuse they drop the ball!

My Comment, Janet Heywood-Esburnett



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