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June 1, 1995 | From Associated Press
A deaf teen-ager who says her parents refuse to learn sign language pleaded with a judge Wednesday to let her live permanently with her interpreter. Her father said he could "stomp my foot and point" to communicate, or he could write letters. Sonya Kinney, 15, said in an interview that the most frustrating moment came two years ago, when she tried to tell her mother she had been abused by her stepfather. "She didn't understand me.
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June 1, 1995 | From Associated Press
A deaf teen-ager who says her parents refuse to learn sign language pleaded with a judge Wednesday to let her live permanently with her interpreter. Her father said he could "stomp my foot and point" to communicate, or he could write letters. Sonya Kinney, 15, said in an interview that the most frustrating moment came two years ago, when she tried to tell her mother she had been abused by her stepfather. "She didn't understand me.
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