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Hernandez took the stand and recommended that Diamond have two extra hours every other Sunday, giving her a total of eight hours, and two hours each Wednesday night. After two months, assuming therapy goes well, the visits will be stepped up.
When it was her turn, Pat Keane made a point of mentioning Diamond's outburst to the judge.
Afterward, Diamond expressed her disgust. "I wanted the hearing," she said, "so I'm impulsive. It's more name-calling.
"By the time I get more time with the children," she said, "I'll be 90."
And whatever the lawyers and dueling psychiatrists think of Dr. Susan Diamond, the kids just miss Mom.