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Jennifer Venditti shares photos of 3yr old son where Lane Graves was taken 30 minutes later

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Pictured, Jennifer Venditti's three year old son, Channing at the exact same spot where Lane Graves was taken 30 minutes later.
Jennifer Venditti,
Pictured, Jennifer Venditti’s three year old son, Channing at the exact same spot where Lane Graves was taken 30 minutes later.

Jennifer Venditti comes to the defense of Lane Graves parents after posting images of her own toddler son playing in the exact area of an alligator snatch.

Jennifer Venditti a 41 year old mother of toddler son Channing, aged 3 has shared images on Facebook which she took just an hour earlier at the very same spot where thirty minutes later 2 year old Nebraska boy, Lane Graves would be dragged away by an alligator.

Posted Jennifer Venditti from Spencer, Massachusetts: ‘I took these pics at the exact spot this happened betw 8 & 830, the incident happened at 9.’

‘I can’t imagine anyone could sleep knowing that the helicopter was searching for a missing child taken by an alligator. I can’t help but wonder if we played with him, did I talk to his Mom??’

In her post, Venditti said that there were ‘no swimming’ signs posted, but nothing that warned guests of the presence of alligators.

Went on to write the mother:I’ve already seen posts criticizing the parents. I can assure you alligators were not on my mind at all when Channing was in the water. It’s a tiny beach, surrounded by pools, water slides, a restaurant and a fire pit. I can’t conceive that an alligator would be in such a busy, small space.’

Venditti ended her post with the hashtag #judgelesspraymore

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There are no warnings about the predators at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa where Lane Graves was grabbed and taken underwater on Tuesday night, even though reptiles had been spotted in the water just days before the attack. The signs posted (left) just say ‘no swimming’ because of the deep water. But the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, which neighbors the Walt Disney Resort has a sign (right) which clearly reads: ‘Please be aware of alligators in the lake.’

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