In an interview with RED BROWARD, Robert Baumann confirms Judge Steven B. Feren’s lack of concern regarding the welfare of two-year old Lilly Baumann. After finding pictures of Lilly playing with bullets and attending Confederate flag rallies with strangers, Robert sought full custody of Lilly. Her mother, Megan Everett, was living with a Confederate gun enthusiast in Sunrise. Even after viewing a stack of pictures of Lilly in disturbing situations, Feren awarded joint-custody. Two months later, Lilly vanished.
According to Baumann, Carlos Lesters, Everett’s live-in boyfriend, admitted in court to producing racist YouTube videos. In one video, Baumann said Lesters provided his Sunrise address and urged detractors to visit and fight him.
Also, Baumann provided evidence of Everett being a flight risk. Before Lilly was born, Everett ran away to Canada for ten months.
And Feren still gave custody to Everett.
After Lilly went missing, the Sunrise Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation started a search for the young girl. Yet, Feren refused to sign a new order which would guarantee police action if Lilly was found. Feren never apologized to Baumann. Feren’s only advice to Baumann was to recommend hiring a private investigator.
Baumann was shocked by Feren’s mailers which portray the longtime Broward Democrat politician as a protector of children. Baumann denounced another Feren mailer which attacked his opponent, John Patrick Contini.
If you have information regarding the whereabouts of Lilly Baumann contact Sunrise Police at (954) 746-3600