Updates on Kilahs Law | Press Conference by Robert Pittinger on March 28th

Raleigh NC with Dean Arp

Raleigh NC with Dean Arp

Important Update from Jeff Gerber on the status of Kilahs Law:

As we patiently wait for The NC Senate Appropriations Committee to release “Kilahs Law” to The Full Senate for a vote and onward to The Governor for his signature it is important to understand Felony Child Abuse Inflicting Serious Bodily Harm is not just a North Carolina problem. It is a Nationwide problem.

Therefore it is with great excitement to provide you folks with the following information.

“KILAH DAVENPORT CHILD PROTECTION ACT OF 2013”
ENSURES THE PUNISHMENT FITS THE CRIME.

If enacted, the Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act will ensure states punish child abusers who inflict serious injury with a minimum sentence of more than 10 years.

States that do not meet minimum sentencing requirements would lose the right to receive federal taxpayer money for child abuse prevention programs. Until states take serious action to punish child abusers, it’s a waste of federal taxpayer money to pay for prevention programs on the front end.

If anyone can attend the press conference today, information below:

Congressman Pittenger will be joined at the announcement by the Davenport family and grassroots supporters who have been fighting for tougher penalties in cases of severe child abuse.

WHO:  Congressman Robert Pittenger, Davenport family, grassroots activists
WHAT:  Announcing federal legislation to increase penalties for severe child abuse
WHEN:  Thursday, March 28th, 10:30 a.m.
WHERE:  Crossing Paths Park, located next to the Town of Indian Trail Administrative Building, 130 Blythe Drive, Indian Trail, NC

CONTACT:  Jamie Bowers, 704-365-6234

For more information on the Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act (H.R. 1311), visit www.pittenger.house.gov/kilah.

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Benefit Concert for Kilah | Come Out And Support on March 25th!

536052_3787849894462_783729623_nWe know this is last minute, but there will be a benefit concert in honor of her 4th Birthday!

Monday, March 25, 2013

8:00pm until 11:00pm

40 Rod Roadhouse, Mint Hill, NC

One of the great bands from Kilah Palooza is in town and wants to play for Kilah’s Birthday!

Feature Act:

Shallow Side
https://www.facebook.com/ShallowSideBand
http://shallowside.bandcamp.com/

Opening Band:

Anything Once

http://www.anythingonceband.com/

Come out for some high energy Rock N Roll!

Cover charge is a super inexpensive $5 to see both bands. All proceeds from the event will support the Kilah Davenport Foundation.

We know its a Monday night and this is short notice, but we are pleading with everyone to come on out and hang with friends, have a beer or two and support our precious angel Kilah.

Please invite everyone you know and lets make this a success!

Presented by R. K. Entertainment
https://www.facebook.com/RKEOnline

If you are unable to attend and would like to help, the Kilah Davenport Foundation is a 501-c-3 non profit!!!!

You can also donate any amount via Paypal at:

News, Updates and Kilahs Law

kilah-0205Today is a big day for the Davenports. Kilahs accused abuser has a bond hearing. Lets all hope and pray they keep him behind bars where he belongs!

From Kirbi:

Tmrw is the bond hearing and im leaning on my great family and friends. My beautiful babies and esp my miracle Kilah and of course God. I will hold my head up high no matter the result my anxiety is high but we will stand tall and it will work out like its suppose to! Holding my babies tight loving on my sweet Kilah a little more tonight! Mommy loves you Kilah & Bladen ♥

Kilahs Law is being reviewed this week by lawmakers when it is introduced by Representative Craig Horn. For more information about the process, you can find more information here.

Catch up with the most recent news stories:

News 14

Cabarrus News

Mint Hill Times

Enquirer Journal

WCNC

Press release about Kilah Davenport Foundation Non-Profit Foundation – please share this link on Facebook and Twitter!

Reminders on how you can help: