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Black and White Two Children Dead On Mark Sanford Property , Sanford Says Thank Yee Jesus

Black and White Two Children Dead On Mark Sanford Property , Sanford Says Thank Yee Jesus

Interesting that Agora Inc and National Taxpayer's Union founder James Dale Davidson who bragged about marrying a Brazilian prostitute before Sanford went awol from his job as South Carolina governer and slipped out of the country and flew to Argenina to
get his very own South American prostitute in 2009.....

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Excuse me.two children died on Sanford's property.The wite male apperently was officially invited.......

Wonderwhy thety don't just declare Mark Sanford's South Carolina propery a cemetary ?


In 2002 an eight year-old girl wandered onto the property at Coosaw Plantation and drowned in what the Sanfords described as a "retaining pond." The back story in South Carolina political circles is that Mark Sanford enjoys digging holes on the property with his hydraulic excavator to "unwind." The child fell into one of these holes -- which had filled with water -- and drowned. The Sanfords are said to have reached a settlement with the child's family, and the details were never made public, but the sum that the Sanfords paid is said to have been "around $300,000."

• Nine years later a six-year-old boy attending a birthday party at the invitation of Sanford's brother John and his wife Julia was found at the bottom of the plantation's swimming pool. The boy was taken to the Medical University of South Carolina, where he died two days later. The death was ruled an accident, but the boy's parents filed a wrongful death action against The Sanford Land Co. and the Sanford Family Partners.

But back to the mysterious airplane provision.

What does "at any time the children are at Coosaw, the parties agree that... no airplanes will be flown at children" mean?

Are these real airplanes or toy airplanes? It's possible that this provision included a typo and, perhaps, was intended to read, "...(N)o airplanes will be flown [by] children at Coosaw..." or "(N)o airplanes will be flown [with] children at Coosaw..." instead.

(Mark Sanford has shown some serious lapses in judgment in recent years, but it seems unlikely that he would do something as reckless as flying airplanes -- real or toy -- at his children.)

There is also a grass strip near Coosaw Plantation that is used for small aircraft takeoffs, which may be related to the airplane provision.

Whatever the case may be, Jenny Sanford felt strongly enough to include a specific provision pertaining to airplanes and children at Coosaw in their divorce agreement.


Wrongful death lawsuit in August pool death continues
pdonohue@beaufortgazette.comJune 3, 2012

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An attorney for two companies that own and maintain Coosaw Plantation is asking a judge to deny access to the neighborhood's financial records, which were requested as part of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a 6-year-old boy who drowned during a pool party in August, according to court records.

Beaufort attorney Mary Sharp, who is representing the Sanford Land Co. and Sanford Family Partnership, is requesting a judge quash a subpoena sent April 5 to Bank of America seeking copies of bank statements, deposits, withdrawals, returned checks and other information on all accounts belonging to Coosaw Plantation. The two companies are owned by members of former Gov. Mark Sanford's family, according to court records.

In a filing last month, Sharp argued that because Coosaw Plantation, as a legal entity, was not named as a defendant in the suit, the requested documents are irrelevant, according to a copy of the motion.

A judge has yet to rule on Sharp's motion, according to court records.

The subpoena was sent to the bank by attorneys for the family of Camilo Andres Restrepo-Lopez, who was found at the bottom of a pool during a party hosted by John and Julia Sanford. John Sanford is the former governor's brother.

The suit, filed by attorneys Daniel Henderson and J. Paul Detrick of Hampton, said the child was invited to a birthday party Aug. 20 that began at John and Julia Sanford's Beaufort home and continued at Coosaw Plantation, where the children swam.

During the party, Lopez was found at the bottom of the pool and taken to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, where he died two days later, according to the Beaufort County Coroner's Office.

The boy's death was ruled an accident.

The lawsuit alleges children at the pool party were not properly supervised and that the boy wasn't given a lifejacket, although his parents had said he could not swim.

Attorneys for the Sanfords have denied the couple are liable for the boy's death and have said they were never told by the boy's parents he could not swim, according to court records.

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