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Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly

Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly
Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly-ILLEGALLY Kidnapped and ILLEGALLY Adopted Out by the State of New Hampshire

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Victims of CPS seek class-action lawsuit participants

Victims of CPS seek class-action lawsuit participants | Lake Tahoe News

Letter to the community,

Tahoe Victims of CPS has joined together with families on the West Slope of El Dorado County to form the El Dorado County Victims of CPS. All parties involved are either advocates for CPS reform, or families that have had their constitutional rights violated by CPS.

First and foremost, we do not want any more children removed from innocent parents; but we also want to ensure that social workers employed by Child Protective Services’ Investigative Unit have the proper training.

We have heard from numerous parties in the community that social workers are hired off the street with no training, and the funding is not available to properly train these social workers. So what we have are employees of the county that enter people’s homes by intimidating them, and removing children without a search warrant. Not only are the families traumatized by these actions, but also social workers then falsify the facts in their report to the court to cover up their illegal activities, a fact confirmed by a number of court-appointed family court attorneys.

Law enforcement, whom we support whole-heartedly, has somehow been misinformed that they need to support these illegal acts. We encourage all law enforcement officials called to a home by a social worker, to ask where the search warrant is, unless exigent circumstances exist that put the child in harm’s way. We do not want our wonderful law enforcement members, or even social workers for that fact, leaving themselves open to criminal prosecution and civil lawsuits.

El Dorado County is a great place to live, but as residents, we need to live here without the fear of renegade social workers misinterpreting the Child Welfare Codes, which were written to protect children from gross neglect, abuse, and possible death. We want our county’s CPS to be the model that other counties and states can mirror.

We are inviting any resident of El Dorado County, past and present, to write us with their experiences of violations by Child Protective Services and their interest in a class-action lawsuit against Child Protective Services for violation of their constitutional rights, namely the 4th and 14th Amendments.”

The mailing address is:

El Dorado County Victims of CPS

P.O. Box 22

Placerville, CA 95667

Ernie Claudio, co-founder of Tahoe Victims of CPS

CPS: Memoires of a Baby Stealer Mary Callahan-Christie from Truth Brigade







Director of advocacy group charged with DWI | director, dwi, gaston

Director of advocacy group charged with DWI | director, dwi, gaston - Gaston Gazette

he director of Gaston County’s Children’s Advocacy Center attempted to resign Thursday morning after being charged with DWI Wednesday night.

Laurie McClure, program director of Hope Circle, was stopped by Belmont Police at 6:48 p.m. for driving 39 mph in a 20 mph zone, according to a citation.

Two women charged in death of 3-year-old in their custody, appear in court

Two women charged in death of 3-year-old appear in court : News : CarolinaLive.com

Jeraldine Brockington, 42, and her daughter, Kesia Grant, 23, appeared before Florence County Magistrate Belinda Timmons for a preliminary hearing Wednesday.

The two are charged in the death of Tylashia Grant, 3, of Florence.

Friday, April 29, 2011

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Arizona CPS Murder and Abuse Victims - RIP Emily Mays + Dwight Hill 2005, Mama Luvs U Rafe XXOO

Do you think that it never happens? Death from child abuse in February 2011 alone.

60 Murdered Children

Children who have been murdered by CPS

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Another Court Kidnapping In USA (Judges In USA EXPOSED)!!!!.wmv

Family Planning and U.S. Foreign Policy

Family Planning and U.S. Foreign Policy - Council on Foreign Relations

U.S. support for international family planning has long been a controversial issue in domestic politics. Conservatives tend to view family planning as code for abortion, even though U.S. law, dating to the 1973 Helms Amendment, prohibits U.S. foreign assistance funds from being used to pay for abortion. Indeed, increased access to international family planning is one of the most effective ways to reduce abortion in developing countries.

Social Worker Was in Sexual Treatment Rehab Facility

Social Worker Was in Sexual Treatment Rehab Facility - Central Coast News KION/KCBA



SALINAS, Calif- A social worker caught with hundreds of pictures of child porn is now in a sex rehab facility.

In court today, Gregory Winsell's attorney said he sent him to a treatment center called Michael's House in Palm Springs.

Another Death in Fostercare

Proposed Michigan law would require viewing fetal photo before an abortion

Proposed Michigan law would require viewing fetal photo before an abortion | Deseret News

Even though many states' legislative sessions are winding down, abortion-restricting bills are continuing to pop up across the country. Some of the bills mirror legislation already introduced and/or passed in other states, such as parental notification for teens seeking abortions or the requirement of pro-life counseling and increased wait time before an abortion.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

3-Year-Old Girl In Foster Care Killed

3-Year-Old Girl In Foster Care Killed - New Orleans News Story - WDSU New Orleans



HAMMOND, La. -- Tangipahoa Parish detectives are investigating the death of a 3-year-old girl who died while in the care of her foster parents, according to family members.
Faith Saucier died about a week ago, and was buried Friday. Authorities now say her death is a homicide.

Conn. mom pleads not guilty over school enrollment

The Associated Press: Conn. mom pleads not guilty over school enrollment

NORWALK, Conn. (AP) — A homeless single mother who lives in her van pleaded not guilty Wednesday to stealing nearly $16,000 worth of education for her son by enrolling the kindergartener in her baby sitter's school district.

Former Jacksonville DCF worker sentenced to probation, community service

Former Jacksonville DCF worker sentenced to probation, community service | jacksonville.com

A former state Department of Children and Families investigator in Jacksonville will serve six months of probation and 50 hours of community service after a judge convicted her of official misconduct.

Social Worker Facing Child Porn Charges May Go Back In Jail

Social Worker Facing Child Porn Charges May Go Back In Jail - Central Coast News KION/KCBA



SALINAS, Calif- A Social Worker that worked with kids had hundreds of pictures of child porn. Gregory John Winsell is out on a $30,000 bail but it's been forfeited and if he doesn't show up tomorrow, he'll end up in jail.

Research redefines definition of poverty

Research redefines definition of poverty - UB Reporter

A School of Social Work faculty member is helping redefine the country’s definition of being poor with research that shows the dramatic difference between achieving “basic economic security” and the federal government’s “poverty line.”

Ofsted braced for child protection criticism in report published today

Ofsted braced for child protection criticism in report published today | Society | The Guardian

Ofsted's role in investigating suspicious deaths of young children is likely to come under critical scrutiny today in the aftermath of the Baby P tragedy.

A report commissioned by the Department of Education will propose ways of simplifying child protection inspection procedures following the death of Peter Connelly in Tottenham, north London, in 2007.

13yo falls pregnant under state care

13yo falls pregnant under state care - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

A Tasmanian teenager has fallen pregnant while under state care and child protection services have asked police to investigate several males who could be the father.

Tasmania's Children and Youth Services Department is still reeling from last year's revelations about a 12-year-old ward of the state who was sold for sex in 2009.

Abuse Shelters Not Serving True Victims — Petition Calls for Accountability » SAVE: Stop Abusive and Violent Environments

Abuse Shelters Not Serving True Victims — Petition Calls for Accountability » SAVE: Stop Abusive and Violent Environments

PRESS RELEASE


Abuse Shelters Not Serving True Victims — Petition Calls for Accountability
Contact:

Teri Stoddard, 301-801-0608
tstoddard@saveservices.org

WASHINGTON / April 27, 2011 – Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE) is calling for accountability in domestic violence shelter operations. Abuse shelters have become filled with drug-abusers and homeless persons who have not been physically abused. As a result, true victims are being denied services.

The SAVE petition calls on Rep. Gwen Moore of Wisconsin, co-chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues, to require that abuse shelters:

1. Assure real victims get the priority they deserve by requiring evidence of violence or credible proof of imminent violence.

2. Not engage in discriminatory practices.

3. Offer anger management and substance abuse services by qualified staff.

4. Assure a safe and respectful environment for victims and their children.

“It’s clear many of these programs aren’t reaching the persons who are most in need,” reveals SAVE spokesman Philip W. Cook. “And that means we’re not helping the real victims break the cycle of violence.”

The challenges facing abuse shelters are documented in SAVE’s Special Report “Are Abuse Shelters Helping the True Victims of Domestic Violence?“ at http://www.saveservices.org/downloads/Abuse-Shelters-doc.

The petition can be signed here: http://www.change.org/petitions/abuse-shelters-must-help-real-victims

Jaycee Dugard expresses relief after captors plead guilty

Jaycee Dugard expresses relief after captors plead guilty | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times

Jaycee Dugard expressed relief that the couple who held her captive for nearly 20 years pleaded guilty to their crimes Thursday.

"I'm relieved that Phillip and Nancy Garrido have finally acknowledged their guilt and confessed to their crimes against me and my family," Dugard said in a statement.

Above The Law: News Channel 7 Looks Into Issues With DSS | WSPA

Above The Law: News Channel 7 Looks Into Issues With DSS | WSPA



Child abuse, prostitution and unlawful neglect of a child.

Police say these things went on too long, unnecessarily.

Police blame the department of social services.

7 on Your Side uncovered some startling evidence in our “Investigation: Above the Law?”

Instability in Foster Care Environment May Trigger Runaway Episodes

Instability in Foster Care Environment May Trigger Runaway Episodes -- CHICAGO, April 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --

Research Conducted in Chicago and Los Angeles Focuses on Runaway Foster Care Youth
CHICAGO, April 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As National Foster Care Month approaches in May, new research reveals the experiences of runaway foster care youth. Runaway youth were more likely to have exited and re-entered the foster care system and had more placements on average than the typical youth in foster care according to research conducted and compiled for the National Runaway Switchboard (NRS) by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC).

Wexler: Reforms aided child safety

Wexler: Reforms aided child safety | Springfield News-Leader | News-Leader.com

Richard WEXLER

In an April 10 editorial, the News-Leader speculated that critics "may" say that changes in law and policy following the death of Dominic James placed more emphasis on parental rights than child safety. Such critics "may" say that this "may" have contributed to the death of Kaiden Light.

Former child abuse investigator fined for filing false reports

Former child abuse investigator fined for filing false reports

RACINE - A former child abuse investigator for the Racine County Human Services Department who was accused of filing false reports instead of investigating abuse complaints was sentenced Monday to pay $2,000 in fines plus court costs.

Urban Dictionary: psychopsema

Urban Dictionary: psychopsema


1. psychopsema
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Psychopsema psy-cho-pse-ma is a system of questionable actions that a Social Service agency or a Child Protection Service agency might utilize to achieve profit, through fraudulent means.

Psychopsema is mainly categorized as an orchestrated assault, utilizing several methods of fraud, psychological operations, psychological intimidation and other similar premeditated offense based systems, against a parent, a child or a family.

A malicious social worker or other malicious social service professionals (usually, employed by a Child Protection Service (CPS) agency or a similar social service agency) are commonly identified as utilizing this system or methodology to achieve profit.

Psychopsema is usually implemented to deflect attention, away from crimes committed by said workers against children. As, those children are sometimes canvased for the purpose of profit.

The term and description were created by Canadian and American social service crime researchers Nicolas Stathopoulos and Felicita Luna in early 2011. Both researchers are part of SSEC Social Service Economic Crimes (research)
1 - A false report of child abuse is authored by a group of social workers against a single parent or parents. The colluding workers then, utilize the methodology of psychopsema to profit from the crime.

2 - A malicious social service worker colludes with her peers to fabricate evidence and to practice psychopsema.

3 - The system of psychopsema subjects a victim into the social service system without merit or justification.

4 - Psychopsema is mainly categorized as an orchestrated assault against a parent, a child or a family by a social service worker, seeking to profit from a crime.
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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

N.J. spent approximately 51 .7 million on 317 child neglect and abuse lawsuits on behalf of foster children abused while in state foster homes

Report: N.J. spent approximately .7 million on 317 child neglect and abuse lawsuits | State | NewJerseyNewsroom.com -- Your State. Your News.

The horrific discovery of little Faheem Williams' mummified remains in the Newark basement of a relative's home prompted a $1 Billion overhaul of New Jersey's Department of Youth and Family Services in 2003, but eight years later, the state is paying for mistakes of its past.

Susan K. Livio of the Statehouse Bureau reported that New Jersey spent approximately $51.7 million in 317 lawsuits brought on behalf of foster children who were abused while in state foster homes from as far back as 1996.

3-Year-Old Girl In Foster Care Killed

3-Year-Old Girl In Foster Care Killed - New Orleans News Story - WDSU New Orleans

HAMMOND, La. -- Tangipahoa Parish detectives are investigating the death of a 3-year-old girl who died while in the care of her foster parents, according to family members.
Faith Saucier died about a week ago, and was buried Friday. Authorities now say her death is a homicide.

Plea deal expected in Prince bullying case

Plea deal expected in Prince bullying case - BostonHerald.com

One of six former South Hadley students charged in connection with Phoebe Prince’s suicide has reached a plea deal with prosecutors, according to new court documents.

Push for open dependency courts set for key test on Tuesday

Push for open dependency courts set for key test on Tuesday | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times

The push to allow public oversight of court hearings that consider foster care placements and other sensitive child welfare decisions faces a crucial test when it is reaches the state assembly’s human services committee on Tuesday.
The bill, AB73 by Assemblyman Mike Feuer (D-Los Angeles), enjoys support among many child advocates, the presiding judge of Los Angeles County children’s court and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

By and For Parents in the Child Welfare System

Rise Magazine - By and For Parents in the Child Welfare System

Chris Gottlieb, co-director of the Family Defense Clinic at the New York University School of Law, explains Camreta v. Greene, a case heard by the Supreme Court in March:

The case Camreta v. Greene involves parents’ and children’s rights in child welfare cases. The case started when a mother in Oregon sued child protective services because of what they had done to her daughter. The child protective services (CPS) worker in the case did something that’s actually pretty common around the country: the CPS worker and a police officer came to a child’s school and took a child out of class to question her.

The Mothers Project - Please, Stop Adopting

The Mothers Project - Please, Stop Adopting - GrannysCupboard

Society is getting accustomed to not smoking, and most of us cringe at the thought of killing animals for their fur, or for the fun/sport of shooting them. Now we really need to wean our culture from another bad habit: buying/adopting infants and toddlers.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Social services area rethinking how they do business in Ohio

WKSU News: Social services area rethinking how they do business in Ohio

Kinship Care is a alternative to foster care. Grandparents or other family members adopt or become guardians of children. State assistance in such cases is typically less expensive for taxpayers than foster care.

Governor John Kasich says his proposed two-year budget will eliminate an 8 billion dollar hole as much by changing how the state operates as by cutting the dollars themselves. WKSU’s Tim Rudell takes a closer look at how some social services in Northeast Ohio will be forced to adapt – as will the people who use them.

$10 Million Settlement For Child Abused By Foster Parent Demonstrates Lapses In Oversight System | Jonathan Rosenfeld

$10 Million Settlement For Child Abused By Foster Parent Demonstrates Lapses In Oversight System | Jonathan Rosenfeld - Nursing Home Abuse - JDSupra

Summary: A significant settlement in a foster care abuse lawsuit demonstrated the defects in regulatory system meant to protect vulnerable children and infants. The lawsuit was brought on behalf of a 5-year-old boy who was placed into the foster care system after his birth mother was deemed unfit to care for the baby by her family.

From the time the boy was placed in the custody of his foster mother, he was repeatedly physically abused by the woman. An ancillary criminal trial of the foster mother demonstrated that repeated episodes of physical abuse resulted in a permanent brain injury to the boy.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Boy’s county psychiatrist has other issues-Two years after Gabriel Myers’ suicide, his psychiatrist faces increased scrutiny

Boy’s county psychiatrist has other issues - Broward - MiamiHerald.com

Two years after Gabriel Myers’ suicide, his psychiatrist faces increased scrutiny.
CMARBIN@MIAMIHERALD.COM

In the two years since the death of Gabriel Myers, the boy’s Broward County psychiatrist, whose prescribing practices drew the ire of state regulators and children’s advocates, has found himself in ever-deeper hot water.
On July 18 of last year, Sohail Punjwani was arrested by Miami Beach police officers for driving under the influence and cocaine possession.

Psychdata - Dedicated to exposing the fraud of psychiatry Foster children and antidepressants

Psychdata - Dedicated to exposing the fraud of psychiatry


Monday, April 25, 2011
Foster children and antidepressants
Meet the New Advocate for Foster Children—Giovan Bazan
Imagine for a moment that you're a child in the foster care system in the US; you don't have a family, you live in a state-run institution, and you along with more than half of the other foster kids are forced to take psychiatric drugs which give you horrific side effects. You are literally treated worse than a prisoner, and you're just a kid. The horrible truth is that today, 52 percent of foster care kids are being given psychiatric drugs including antidepressants and powerful antipsychotics. That's about a quarter of a million kids in the U.S. alone on drugs that cause depression, psychosis, aggression, mania, violent and suicidal tendencies. These children need a voice.

Meet this week's Watchdog Radio show guest, Giovan Bazan. A former foster child himself, he has been to hell and back and lived to tell about it.

Adoptive parents arrested in child abuse case say child 'can't feel pain'

Adoptive parents arrested in child abuse case say child 'can't feel pain'

SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Maricopa Sheriff’s deputies arrested a three-year-old boy’s adoptive parents Friday in Scottsdale after finding the boy unconscious in a bathroom and documenting multiple other instances of possible abuse, officials said.

Baby LK Report For April 24th 2011

FILE LAWSUIT Against Child Protection Services,DYFS

FILE LAWSUIT Against Child Protection Services,DYFS


dyfs lieing on you?CPS DHS IGNORE SUCH DANGER TO CHILD
IN STATE SUPERVISION/CARE etc. TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION,OR LOSE RIGHT LATER TO FILE YOUR SUIT.
HAS CPS PROCEEDED TO REMOVE- your children"who YOUR Raising"
Put em all on require notice today.DO NOT WAIT.UP TO YOU TO SAY ENOUGH,AND TAKE BACK YOUR RIGHT.
CPS WORKERS ARE VIOLATING PARENT/GRANDPARENTS IN RAPID FORM,DO NOT WAIT.
FILE YOUR SUIT TODAY.AND SEE CHANGE.

L.A.C.E.ADVOCATES- PRO-SE ADVOCATE GROUP.
1-888-717-1669ext.2. TAKE BACK YOUR RIGHTS.FILE YOUR LAWSUIT TODAY.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Foster youth organization opposes bill to open dependency courts

Foster youth organization opposes bill to open dependency courts - San Jose Mercury News

A Democratic state legislator who vowed to better protect California's 58,000 foster children by opening up the secretive dependency courts governing their lives now faces opposition from the very youth his bill aims to champion.
Declaring that "children need sunshine to thrive and so does our dependency system," Los Angeles Assemblyman Mike Feuer is pushing a bill that would bring California in line with a growing number of states that have taken the foster care courts out of the shadows. Assembly Bill 73, set for a key committee hearing Tuesday, proposes testing open courts for four years in three of California's 58 counties, including Los Angeles. If the pilot program proves successful, the courts would be opened statewide.

Federal Jury in San Jose, CA Awards $3.25 Million in Damages to Family for Unlawful Seizure of Their Children Represented by The Law Offices of Johnson & Johnson

Federal Jury in San Jose, CA Awards $3.25 Million in Damages to Family for Unlawful Seizure of Their Children Represented by The Law Offices of Johnson & Johnson

In one of the largest jury awards in San Jose in the last 20 years, a federal jury took only 90 minutes to award $3.25 million dollars to a family whose children had been unlawfully taken by San Jose police officers as retaliation for asserting their rights as citizens. Most notably, the jury assessed $2 million dollars in punitive damages for the officers’ reckless abuse of authority. The Law Offices of Johnson & Johnson in Walnut Creek, CA and Robert Powell & Associates of San Jose, CA represented the family in their claims against the officers and the City of San Jose.
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The jury rejected the officer's claims of exigency in seizing the children and took only 45 minutes to find they violated the entire family's civil rights.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 04, 2011

A jury in U.S. District Court in Northern California today returned a unanimous verdict against officers from the San Jose Police Department for the violation of an entire family’s civil rights and awarded $3.25 million in damages. The Law Offices of Johnson & Johnson in Walnut Creek, CA and Robert Powell & Associates in San Jose, CA represented the family in their claims against the officers and the City of San Jose.
According to a police recording entered into evidence during trial, the action stemmed from an incident on June 29, 2005 where officers William Hoyt and Craig Blank with at least five other uniformed officers responded to an unverified claim of abuse, entered the home of a San Jose family on a child welfare check, then removed two children without a warrant and later seized a third child as well.
The jury heard testimony during the week-long trial that officers in the department have never sought warrants or court orders for removing children – in violation of federal law – and then falsified their claims of an emergency to justify taking all of the children.
In one of the largest jury awards in nearly two decades in San Jose, the federal jury took only 45 minutes to find liability for all claims against Hoyt and Blank, and two days later took just 90 minutes to award $1.25 million in compensatory damages for the family plus an additional $2 million in punitive damages. The case C06-4029 RMW, Watson v. Craig Blank, William Hoyt and the City of San Jose, went to trial on March 23, 2011 in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, San Jose Division. After a week of testimony, the jury found Blank and Hoyt liable for constitutional violations against the family on March 30, and awarded damages two days later on April 1.
“We feel this jury verdict exposes a long-standing practice of warrantless ‘snatch-and-grab’ conduct by law enforcement agencies in Santa Clara County and sends a resounding message to the San Jose Police Department, as well as all other law enforcement officers in Santa Clara County,” said Peter Johnson, attorney for the family. “They are on notice their unlawful conduct will not be tolerated, and officers will be held accountable.”

Happy Easter Austin and Isabella



Another Easter without the two of you. Austin I hope you're having fun today like you used to at our house on Easter. You were so excited every year hunting for the Easter egg's and alway's found more than the other kid's. The Easter Bunny was alway's so good to you. It's too bad your cousin Isabella never got to be a part of the Easter egg hunt's. For that matter, she never got to be a part of our family. Her REAL family.
I hope you're both being treated the way REAL family treat's their children and not like outsider's. The both of you deserve a good life and we will be together again. You Will know your REAL family whether DCYF or the stranger's you're with like it or not.
You will alway's be a part of our family and one day I'm sure you both will be reading my messages. Your entire family loves you both and can't wait to see you again. Your new cousin's can't wait to meet you also. We hope you're both well and don't forget, we're alway's here for you. We're not going anywhere without you. We can't wait for you to come home.
Love, Grammy, Grampie, your Mommy's and Daddy's and the rest of your REAL Family and Austin, your dog Belle

Foster children would be allowed to get clothing only from second hand stores SICK!!!

Foster children would be allowed to get clothing only from second hand stores | Michigan Messenger


Under a new budget proposal from State Sen. Bruce Casswell, children in the state’s foster care system would be allowed to purchase clothing only in used clothing stores.

Casswell, a Republican representing Branch, Hillsdale, Lenawee and St. Joseph counties, made the proposal this week, reports Michigan Public Radio.

His explanation?

“I never had anything new,” Caswell says. “I got all the hand-me-downs. And my dad, he did a lot of shopping at the Salvation Army, and his comment was — and quite frankly it’s true — once you’re out of the store and you walk down the street, nobody knows where you bought your clothes.”

Under his plan, foster children would receive gift cards that could only be used at places like the Salvation Army, Goodwill and other second hand clothing stores.

The plan was knocked by the Michigan League for Human Services. Gilda Jacobs, executive director of the group, had this to say:

“Honestly, I was flabbergasted,” Jacobs says. “I really couldn’t believe this. Because I think, gosh, is this where we’ve gone in this state? I think that there’s the whole issue of dignity. You’re saying to somebody, you don’t deserve to go in and buy a new pair of gym shoes. You know, for a lot of foster kids, they already have so much stacked against them.”

Casswell says the plan will save the state money, though it isn’t clear how much the state spends on clothing for foster children or how much could be saved this way.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Family Court Network -- Utica Parental Rights Conference

Police State Cops Kidnap Children from Parents because Government Harms

Kidnapped Children-How to Vanish

Kidnapped Children

Did you know the British government kidnapped children? On one level How To Vanish is just a fun way to legally hack the system and try and beat the house. On another level, it can be used as a tool to save money and prevent money from being taken. At the most important level it is a tool to help people avoid the loss of fundamental freedoms and to keep families secure and free from forces that would separate them, including blackmail, kidnapping, and other serious crimes. I recently came across an example which falls into the last category.

$2 Million for Mother Wrongfully Charged in Baby’s Death

$2 Million for Mother Wrongfully Charged in Baby’s Death - NYTimes.com

In March 1998, a 6-week-old girl named Shannell Coppage died of malnutrition even though she had been regularly breast-fed by her mother in their Park Slope, Brooklyn, home. Her mother, a 21-year-old named Tatiana Cheeks, was arrested and charged in the infant’s death, prompting an outcry from women’s health advocates.

Faces of Victims of the Family Court System and Child Protective Services (3)

YouTube - CPS a Monster of The Administrative State, APA + Unlawful 4th Branch of Gov't

YouTube - CPS a Monster of The Administrative State, APA + Unlawful 4th Branch of Gov't: ""

4 accused in Indianapolis child selling scheme

4 accused in Indianapolis child selling scheme - 13 WTHR



Indianapolis - Bond was set Wednesday for four Indianapolis residents accused in a baby-selling scheme.

Three of the four lived together in a home on Perry Street on the south side. Police suspect Rose P. Faucett, who has a record of prostitution arrests, made a deal with Debbie Overby and her brother-in-law Michael Overby.

CPS-DHS does not want you to know this information. - Michigan for Parental Rights

CPS-DHS does not want you to know this information. - Michigan for Parental Rights



So many parents have made the mistake of trusting the system, I know from personal experience. Parents give up because it is very exhausting and that is exac...

Stolen by Bethany Christian Services - Michigan for Parental Rights

Stolen by Bethany Christian Services - Michigan for Parental Rights


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Oct. 30, 2008. Fantasia and Sabrina Lawrence kidnapped by Bethany Christian Services. They were taken to a "loving" foster home that wanted to adopt them. Only to be removed 6 weeks latter due to sexual allegations.

‘Grandfamily’ summit focus on law, kinship

‘Grandfamily’ summit focus on law, kinship — Maine News — Bangor Daily News

There are about 11,000 children in Maine being raised by family members other than their parents — aunts and uncles, grandparents, older siblings and others.

The challenges of being a “grandfamily” — the term that has been coined for such arrangements — are many, ranging from the physical difficulty older caregivers may have keeping up with active youngsters to legal issues of guardianship and custody. That’s why the Bangor nonprofit organization Families and Children Together has teamed up with the Center on Aging at the University of Maine and the Maine Volunteer Lawyers Project to present the third annual Maine Summit for Grandfamilies. The focus of this year’s event, to be held next month, is “The Law, Kinship and Children.”

Finding hope for Washington County’s lost children

Finding hope for Washington County’s lost children — Maine Politics — Bangor Daily News

Gabriel Baker is a red-headed, 3-year-old bucket of giggles. His energy seems limitless. He is playing with the cat, he is climbing on the couch, drawing on paper, “driving” one of his beloved train sets, showing off a craft project from Sunday school — all in the blink of an eye.

He’s a normal little boy in a normal living room in a normal home.

But if the state had not made major changes in rules governing when and why children should be removed from their homes, this family portrait would have looked quite different.

“Ten years ago, I have no doubt the state would have petitioned to have Gabriel removed to foster care,” Ellen Farnsworth of Maine Families, which provides services, assessments and referrals to parents, said on a recent visit to the Baker home.

Read more at the above link

Friday, April 22, 2011

From the State House to DCYF Torture Homes to Harvard Classrooms

Vigil for a young life cut short-Gabrial Meyers

Vigil for a young life cut short

Judge orders New York City, Administration for Children's Serviced to identify case workers who monitored still-missing boy

Judge orders New York City, Administration for Children's Serviced to identify case workers who monitored still-missing boy, 7 - NYPOST.com

A federal judge today ordered New York City and its child welfare agency to identify case workers involved in monitoring a 7-year-old boy who disappeared last year from a foster home and has never been found.
The boy's mother, Jennifer Rodriguez, had filed suit against the city and its child welfare agency last fall, saying they failed to properly care for the boy and ignored complaints about his substandard foster care.

Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida (CCHR Florida) » Blog Archive » What Drug Companies Do Not Tell You

Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida (CCHR Florida) » Blog Archive » What Drug Companies Do Not Tell You

Did you know that “the powerful billion-dollar drug industry designs and interprets studies to suit their interests”? Drug companies can hand pick the trials or studies of a particular drug to be published. In fact, drug companies are not even required to publish their studies nor are the researchers that are hired to do the study. What this means for psychiatric drugs in particular is that drug companies will only publish the trials that make their drug look effective and safe despite any greater amount of information that indicates otherwise.

DCYF violates Public Records Laws

DCYF violates Public Records Laws | InfoDetective.org

Sorry everyone, but it seem's DCYF is at it again. This video is now private, or probably removed completely, by DCYF I surmise. We all know they have MUCH to hide. They mustn't let their dirty little secret's come out. They just MIGHT be held accountable!




Executive Counsel Patricia Hessler violates Public Records laws and prohibits Nicholas Alahverdian from obtaining his DCYF records while the DCYF administration destroys records that prove abuse and neglect under a legal loophole in the Rhode Island General Laws under § 40-11-13.1

Mother of foster child testifies in Sandusky case

Mother of foster child testifies in Sandusky case - Lockhaven.com | News, Sports, Jobs, Community Information - The Express

HARRISBURG - The grand jury investigating allegations of indecent assault against former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is continuing, with new testimony and subpoenas.

The mother of Jerry Sandusky's youngest adopted son testified before grand jurors Monday, telling the panel about the relationship between Sandusky and her son, Matt, when her son went to live with Sandusky as a foster child in 1995.

CCHR: All Fall Down: Psychiatry's Plague Of Drugging Children

County loses $4.9 million lawsuit challenge over lying social workers

County loses $4.9 million lawsuit challenge over lying social workers - OC Watchdog - The Orange County Register

The County of Orange lost its battle in the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to overturn a record-setting $4.9 million judgment awarded to a Seal Beach woman, after two county social workers lied to a juvenile court commissioner in order to take away the woman’s two daughters.

Medication deal for girl in Detroit standoff backs mom's case-Consent form says she could halt girl's drug therapy

Medication deal for girl in Detroit standoff backs mom's case | detnews.com | The Detroit News

Consent form says she could halt girl's drug therapy, which led to standoff
Doug Guthrie / The Detroit News
Detroit — A mother accused of medical neglect for refusing to give her daughter a prescribed drug had authority to halt treatment, court files indicate.
The "informed consent" form signed by Maryanne Godboldo, who sparked a debate over parents' rights when her daughter was removed from her care March 25, authorized her to give her daughter, Ariana, the antipsychotic drug Risperdal.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

7-Year-Old Special Needs Student Joseph Anderson Handcuffed Over Easter Egg Tantrum

7-Year-Old Special Needs Student Joseph Anderson Handcuffed Over Easter Egg Tantrum « CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Talk about a controversy in the classroom. An Easter egg decorating assignment at a Queens school ended with a special education student in handcuffs.

Brooklyn Mom Lynda Williams Vows Continue Fight Against Hospital In Alleged Breastfeeding Mix-Up

Brooklyn Mom Lynda Williams Vows Continue Fight Against Hospital In Alleged Breastfeeding Mix-Up « CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBS 2) — The mother of an infant allegedly nursed by the wrong mother is vowing to keep fighting in court to hold the hospital accountable.

Children's Right's

Cops: Father in child custody dispute arrested after killing his daughter's grandparents

Cops: Father in child custody dispute arrested after killing his daughter's grandparents - Kingsport Times-News Online


CHARLESTON, Tenn. (AP) — A man suspected in the fatal shooting of his daughter's grandparents has been captured in Hamilton County and charged with murder.

Please help me understand food rationing with foster children.

Please help me understand food rationing with foster children. | Nutrition-Data

Query by grapesgum: Make sure you assist me understand meals rationing with foster young children.
I have been studying numerous foster parent weblogs in which the youngsters they are fostering are accused of “hoarding” food. The foster dad and mom go to great lengths to lock up meals and develop meals handle policies in their homes. Two taboos that foster mother and father appear to be obsessed over are their foster young children taking food with no permission and possessing food in their bedrooms.

Parental Notification: It's Not Really About 'Choice,' Is it?

GraniteGrok: Parental Notification: It's Not Really About 'Choice,' Is it?

House Bill 329. A law that will require the notification of parents for unemancipated minors prior to the performance of an abortion procedure, will get it's public hearing tomorrow before the Senate Judiciary committee. Most certainly, that public hearing will segue the militant hit-parade decrying this often-called, "anti-choice" legislation.

Planned Parenthood, making quick use of our tax dollars to lobby against this piece of legislation, gives us indicia that should the bill pass the Judiciary and Senate, Planned Parenthood might sue to block its implementation as they did in Alaska. In fact, Planned Parenthood has made concerted efforts all over the Country to block such legislation with various court challenges. Planned Parenthood shows their resolve and that they will not be deterred. In 2005, for example, A Minnesota court ruled that St. Paul Planned Parenthood violated a parental notification law when an abortion was performed on a 17-year-old girl without prior notice to her parents. History instructs us that Planned Parenthood not only actively opposes these laws, but that they are willing to simply disregard them.

Read more at the above link

Victory in sight for grandparents: A million are denied access to their grandchildren but their torment may be ending

Victory in sight for grandparents: A million are denied access to their grandchildren but their torment may be ending | Mail Online

With daffodils and tulips heralding the beginning of spring, Jane Jackson always delighted in the pleasure of opening up her summerhouse at this time of year. But not any more.
Today, the wooden cabin in Jane’s garden stands as an unhappy symbol of what she has lost.
That summerhouse is where she used to enjoy playing with her only grandchild, Philippa, who is now ten, and whom Jane has not seen for four agonising years.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Second Video Shows Planned Parenthood-Sex Trafficking Coverup | LifeNews.com

Second Video Shows Planned Parenthood-Sex Trafficking Coverup | LifeNews.com



A second videotape has been released showing a Planned Parenthood abortion business covering up an alleged sex trafficking ring. The first tape showed staffers in New Jersey engaged in the coverup and this one features a clinic in Virginia.

The undercover investigation sponsored by the pro-life group Live Action features the same setup in this second video: a sex ring operator and one of his prostitutes visit the Richmond Planned Parenthood abortion center looking for information about how to obtain abortions for the minor girls they allegedly illegally brought to the United State.

The new Richmond video presents a similar scenario as the New Jersey video. A man posing as a pimp and accompanied by his “bottom girl” seek assistance for getting abortions, STD testing and birth control for girls they “manage” as sex workers, who are from out of the country and as young as 14 to 15 years old.

One again, the sting operation has Planned Parenthood officials willing to bend over backwards to get abortions for the victimized girls and, in this case, bragging about how they can undermine the judicial bypass provision in the Virginia parental notification law to get a judge to approve the secret abortions on the sex slaves.

“But there are also ways, like judicial bypass, that we can get around that if you guys ever need it,” she says of how to get abortions for the 14 and 15-year-old girls they say are here illegally. “There’s a way to avoid that.”

The staffer, Kimberly, tells the undercover investigators: “If someone’s a minor and they don’t want their parents to know – parent’s insurance – so an abortion would show up. You fill out paperwork and we kinda help you set it up and we have a confidential hotline that will call you at whatever number you give us and handle the whole thing. So, for someone who’s a minor, that’s a really good thing. We do ‘em like once or twice a month here. We’re pretty good at handling if someone doesn’t want someone else to know.”

“We’ve kinda got it all,” she brags in the January 12 footage, about what Planned Parenthood can do to help the sex traffickers. The staffer also advises the sex traffickers that they can get abortions later in pregnancy in Maryland and DC if they want the girls they manage to get them.

When the Planned Parenthood staffer is told that the couple manage girls who are sex workers and that, “we gotta keep them safe, ” the staffer appears unconcerned, responding, “Yeah, yeah, of course” and “we see people from every walk of life.”

“For awhile we were treating all the girls at Paper Moon,” a local strip club. “No judgment, no sharing of information, like, uh, nothing here.”

The staffer says the girls, when informed they are not here legally, are welcome to get information and STD testing at Planned Parenthood. She ends the meeting by giving the sex traffickers her card and not appearing to show any concern about their law-breaking activity or that she will report them to law enforcement authorities following their meeting.



Federal law makes it so sexual trafficking of minors is a crime punishable by a 10 year to life prison term. And anyone who aids or abets the crime can be punishable as if they had committed the crime themselves.

Live Action president Lila Rose commented on the new video vootage and the problems at Planned Parenthood abortion centers.

“Planned Parenthood’s problems go far beyond New Jersey. Our new video shows their Richmond clinic willing to aid and abet the sexual exploitation of minors and coaching a pimp about how girls as young as 14 – 15 could circumvent parental consent laws for secret abortions,” she told LifeNews.com. “Watch the video – the clinic worker admits they do this ‘once or twice a month.’ Our investigations of 12 clinics in the past four years show a pattern of Planned Parenthood’s willingness to cover-up the sexual abuse of minors and young women.”

“We are sharing the full Richmond footage and transcripts with Virginia law enforcement officials and we are formally asking Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to conduct a statewide investigation of these heinous practices, just as the New Jersey Attorney General is opening her own investigation into Planned Parenthood’s compliance with the law in her state. Planned Parenthood needs to be held accountable,” Rose continued.

She said the investigation continues to unearth alarming evidence that Planned Parenthood, which receives more than $350 million from the American taxpayer every year, is willing to facilitate the sexual exploitation of minors and young women.

Responding to the video later on Thursday, the national Planned Parenthood abortion business defended the staffer in the footage:

In a recent round of secret videotaping in January 2011, at least four health centers in Virginia received visits in a short period of time from persons claiming to be involved in the sex trade, involving vulnerable minors. Local authorities, as well as federal authorities, were alerted to these visits. In this morning’s publicized tape, the Planned Parenthood staff member reacted professionally to a highly unusual person posing as a patient. After the encounter, the staff member immediately notified her supervisor, who subsequently notified members of Planned Parenthood’s national security team, who are working with the FBI, which is investigating these visits.

The statement also called Rose a a self-described “extremist” but Elisabeth Meinecke of Town Hall notes that quote is taken out of context.

In the New Jersey case, Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey released a statement saying the staff person, Perth Amboy center clinic manager Amy Woodruff, would be let go after the videotape showed her covering up a case of sex trafficking.

“We were profoundly shocked when we viewed the videotape released this morning, which depicted an employee of one of our health centers behaving in a repugnant manner that is inconsistent with our standards of care and is completely unacceptable,” Phyllis Kinsler, executive director of the local affiliate, said a statement.

“We have a zero tolerance policy for this kind of behavior, and the employee in the video was immediately suspended from her duties this morning and was terminated this evening,” Kinsler said. “We are fully committed to delivering high-quality reproductive health care to the women of our communities, complying with all laws, and upholding the highest ethical standards.”

Planned Parenthood officials were reportedly unaware of what Woodruff told the couple involved in the undercover investigation.

The national Planned Parenthood organization had also originally suggested that the undercover video was a “hoax” and an “edited tape” before firing Woodruff. Lila Rose of Live Action responded to that and the firing.

“It appears that Planned Parenthood decided to fire Ms. Woodruff over a ‘hoax.’ Or, maybe they are coming to the realization that they have a serious problem brewing,” Rose stated.

“Soon, we will be releasing more evidence to law enforcement officials and the public showing that Planned Parenthood is willing to aid and abet sexual exploitation of minors and young women. As our research and evidence will show, this is not only a problem for one clinic in New Jersey — it is much broader and more endemic,” Rose said.

“These practices are putting minors and young women in harm’s way — all paid for by the American taxpayer,” Rose concluded.

Meanwhile, Attorney General Paula Dow has asked the Division of Criminal Justice to investigate whether the former Planned Parenthood employee broke any laws in assisting the acting couple with securing abortions for the sex trafficking victims they said they managed.

“At first glance, I find these allegations to be very disturbing,” Dow said in a statement.

Fox Files: Exposes Child Protection Failures

Lawsuit filed against Texas, claims Foster Care in shambles

Lawsuit filed against Texas, claims Foster Care in shambles - KXXV-TV News Channel 25 - Central Texas News and Weather for Waco, Temple, Killeen |

WACO- A lawsuit filed Tuesday morning against the state of Texas claims there are horrible problems in the state foster care system.

Read more at the above link.

Full Lawsuit
http://www.childrensrights.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/2011-03-29_tx_complaint_final.pdf

HSE records deaths of 27 young people involved in State care

HSE records deaths of 27 young people involved in State care - The Irish Times - Tue, Apr 05, 2011

SOME 27 children and young people in State care or known to the child protection services have died in the past 12 months.

The Health Service Executive said yesterday seven of the deaths were due to suicide, four were drug overdoses and two were homicides.

2YO Foster Child Murdered, Previous Abuse Complaints on Foster Home

2YO Foster Child Murdered, Previous Abuse Complaints on Foster Home – California | Baby Safety

10-year-old foster abuse case settled

The Daily Mail > News > 10-year-old foster abuse case settled

CATSKILL — A conclusion to the 10-year-old civil case involving the physical and sexual abuse of seven children by their foster father was reached Monday, with abuse victims dividing a $1 million settlement.

Feds Hit up Maine DHHS for More Overcharges-Is NH next?

Feds Hit up Maine DHHS for More Overcharges

An audit has determined that Maine's Department of Health and Human Services owes the feds another $1.1 million for Medicare overcharges.

Sevier County primary school teacher charged with child abuse

Sevier County primary school teacher charged with child abuse



KODAK (WATE) - Sevier County primary school teacher Theresa Ward has been suspended after she was charged with the child abuse of one of her students.

Ward, who teaches second grade at Northview Primary, is accused of making a student who soiled himself during recess come back into class and sit without changing his shorts.

CPS Corruption - 2011, March 26 Part 2 of L Wilson at "WTP FPR"

CPS Corruption - 2011, March 26 - Part 1 of L Wilson at "WTP FPR"

MURDERED CPS FIGHTER Nancy Schaefer

Doctors develop simple blood test for detecting a women's propensity for preterm labor

Doctors develop simple blood test for detecting a women's propensity for preterm labor | Deseret News

SALT LAKE CITY — Melissa Layton carried her first baby full term and delivered her second three weeks early. She was particularly anxious about the third, as doctors couldn't give her a straight answer about how long he'd be inside the womb.

"It was just scary waiting in the unknown," she said. Lucky for her, both early babies came without defect and have gone on to be perfectly healthy children.


While Layton's children turned out fine, many premature babies end up battling medical complications throughout their lives, which is a major risk associated with preterm labor.

Nationally, 1 in 8 babies, or 12 percent, are born prematurely. It is the leading cause of illness and death associated with newborns, according to researchers with locally based Sera Prognostics, which is working to develop a simple blood test that could help to predict preterm births.

Read more at the above link.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Foster Care: An Uncertain Future For Half A Million Children

Foster Care: An Uncertain Future For Half A Million Children

When Enrique Montiel was 9 years old, he and his four siblings were taken away from their parents, and placed into the foster care system. He remembers the fear, sadness, confusion and longing.

"We were put into a car and as I looked out the back window I watched my parents disappear into the distance. I tried to memorize where we were going, hoping maybe to find my way back, but it was just too far."

New Hampshire Health Department Releases Drug And Alcohol Plan

New Hampshire Health Department Releases Drug And Alcohol Plan

My Comment:
Posted April 18, 2011
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Will the Alcohol and Drug Plan for New Hampshire include discriminating against recovering parent’s, court ordering them out of substance abuse treatment in order to regain custody of their children, as it has in the past? Is Medical methadone detox still non-existent in this state, as it was non-existent in 2006 due to budget cut’s, yet parent’s were still court ordered into these non-existent programs and when they couldn’t fulfill the court order, their children were never returned?
Does this program have anything to do with the failed statewide assessment’s of NH DCYF and is this also the reason DCYF refuses to do anything about mother’s using heroin in the presence of their children, stating they have to follow NH RSA’s? Why weren’t they following them before? Why were they taking children from mother’s in methadone treatment and then forcing them out of treatment to regain custody of their children, but were still never returned?
New Hampshire Health Department Releases Drug And Alcohol Plan
By admin | Published April 17, 2011


The Department of Health and Human Services today joined the Governor\’s Commission on Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Treatment, Dartmouth Medical School and the state\’s alcohol and drug service providers in announcing the Alcohol and Drug Plan for New Hampshire at a press conference today.

Overcoming the Impact of Alcohol and Drug Problems is a collaborative, statewide effort to reduce the impact of substance abuse. The plan represents the first comprehensive effort to coordinate all aspects of groups and individuals working on drug and alcohol prevention and treatment.

"Drug and alcohol abuse lead to many of the health and social issues that we deal with on a daily basis," said DHHS Commissioner John Stephen. "Substance abuse is a driving force in a number of the systems that impact all of us, from healthcare to law enforcement and corrections to mental health, and the cost to the taxpayers is staggering. We needed a plan to address these issues, one that encompasses the recommendations from all areas and walks of life, and that\’s just what this plan does.

The plan incorporates a number of recommendations to coordinate the efforts of State, local, community, religious and education groups, as well as employers to prevent and treat alcohol and drug misuse. The plan also focuses on addressing substance abuse, physical health and mental health in an integrated way and not the disjointed way that often takes place in service delivery today.

"I have been working on the problems associated with substance use for over 30 years and this is the first time that the State as a whole not just a single Department will have a guiding document in tackling substance use problems," added Joe Diament, Chairman of the Governor\’s Commission on Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Treatment. "I am pleased that The Governor\’s Commission played one of the leading roles in developing this Plan because the Commission too is representative of the State as a whole not any one Department."

"This plan represents a step forward in our efforts to address an issue we know is both treatable and preventable, and one that takes many voices to address," remarked Tym Rourke, President of the New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Service Providers Association. "The youth and families in New Hampshire have been waiting for a way to address the problem of addiction, and with this roadmap we are well on our way."

"Dartmouth Medical School and the Department of Psychiatry have actively participated as a partner in this Substance Abuse Plan Development for the state of NH because it realizes both how serious the substance abuse problem is as well as the fact that there are interventions to address this problem that need to be implemented across the state," stated Paul Gorman, CEO at West Central Services and a member of the Board at Dartmouth Medical School. "Dartmouth Medical School looks forward to working with the other partners in the process of developing a plan of implementation for the state\’s service structure."

Another comment sent to me waiting to be moderated on the above site.

Gee I was under the belief that John Stephen hasn't been DHHS commissioner for approximately the past 5 yrs and that Nic Toumpas has been commissioner since at least 2008. I'm really surprised that John Stepen has been actively working for drug and alcohol programs for the past 30 yrs as I know of a young mother who was a recovering substance abuser back in 2005, during John Stephen's "reign" a DHHS Commissioner, This young mother who was already completely drug free for over 3 months when she was court ordered into a methadone medical detox program by Judge Tenney. There was no such medical methadone detox program in the state of NH at that time, due to state budget cuts, which were enacted Mr John Stephen himself! Gee what a coincidence.....And WHY would a young mother be court ordered into a detox AFTER being completely clean of illegal drugs? This makes no sense, except for the fact that NH DHHS's satellite company known as DCYF used substance abuse as their reason for taking the baby from this young mother 9 months later.....Guess there had to be money to be made and this young mother was the perfect target, eh? It's amazing to think that DCYF, the satellite for profit company of DHHS, would take a child from a mother who had already been drug free for 3 months, and insist that this drug free mom be mandated to use methadone and then she was court ordered to be off methadone treatment 2 to 3 months later which I believe is in violation of methadone treatment and in volaton of this mother's rights....and then this mother has her baby taken away by DCYF because this same mother was given iv morphine during labor and her baby then tested positive for morphine upon birth! Thank you so much John Stephen for helping DCYF to wreck the life of this young mother and her baby! Great job of destroying yet another family...

2YO Foster Child Murdered, Previous Abuse Complaints on Foster Home - California

Children in Foster Care Deserve Better Care: The child accepted full responsibility

Hope4KidZ ~ Children in Foster Care Deserve Better Care: The child accepted full responsibility

The child accepted full responsibility
In August 2007, Judge Laura Parker gave approval for Hope4KidZ’ director to take ADB and DLB to New York for medical and psychiatric testing, freely monitored and administered by Dr. Louis Pupo and forensic psychologist Jill Jones-Soderman.

In September 2007, Child Protective Services removed the boys from their mother’s care, citing neglectful supervision. Although approved by Judge Laura Parker, CPS prevented Hope4KidZ from obtaining the medical and psychiatric testing that responsible parents of children with disabilities obtain, to ensure an accurate diagnosis of physical, mental, environmental lead poisoning, and developmental issues, as presented by minor children, ADB and DLB resulting in the most appropriate treatment. The Autism Society of San Antonio provides helpful resources.

Family Sues Child Protective Services for Parental Rights Violations

Family Sues Child Protective Services for Parental Rights Violations - Christian Newswire

Contact: Fred and Michelle Dinwiddie, 731-499-7471; Patrick Michael McGraw, Attorney for Plaintiffs, 540-904-5704, patmcgrawlaw@cox.net

ROANOKE, Va., April 18, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- A lawsuit has been filed Virginia Federal Court concerning violations of Parental Rights by a Virginia couple. Fred and Michelle Dinwiddie formerly of Giles County, Virginia have filed the lawsuit against 30 defendants regarding the removal of their children in March of 2008 for allegedly abusing and abandoning their children.

The Dinwiddie's children were removed for 8 months total and placed in foster homes throughout the New River Valley some up to two hours away from they're home. Although the Dinwiddie's were found to be innocent of the charges at tax payer expense the local Department of Social Services chose to keep their children and impose a host of "Community Services" upon the parents and their children in a prolonged effort to keep them separated rather than reunify the family.

Details of the lawsuit show that while the parents were suffering at the hands of authorities, the children were suffering at the hands of social workers, foster parents, therapists, foster care agencies, and even other foster children. In a 36 page document filed in Federal Court the Dinwiddie's assert that the Defendants violated their Constitutional Rights and accuse the defendants of Fraud, Defamation, Tortious Interference with Custodial Rights, Breach of Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing, Breach of Lawful Duty (Negligence), Breach of Written, Oral, and Implied Contract, Common Law Conspiracy under Virginia Law, and lastly Business Conspiracy.

"Before my children were taken into foster care they were polite and respectful towards each other and ourselves as parents but after their foster care experience we noticed a marked change for the worse regarding their attitude and behavior," said Fred Dinwiddie. "It took a long time for them to readjust and tell us their experiences, fears, and apprehensions related to being in foster care. They had lost respect for us because they felt we couldn't protect them anymore."

Michael Dinwiddie also listed as a Plaintiff in the suit is serving in Afghanistan.

Videos of the Dinwiddies visiting with their children:
5 Children Stolen by CPS in Virginia


Our Broken Family

Mom's Fight Back - Baby LK Report For April 17th 2011

How to Request for a Change of Judge on a Family Law Case

How to Request for a Change of Judge on a Family Law Case | eHow.com

In family law cases, you usually plead your case to a judge, rather than a jury. A family court judge almost always makes the final decision in matters such as custody disputes, alimony, divorce or child welfare. Judges can, over time, show tendencies in the way they rule on certain cases. Because of this, requesting a different judge can sometimes be a good idea.

CIA mind control techniques

tehran times : CIA mind control techniques

After the U.S. came in from the West and the Russians from the East, Germany was split. Hitler's top scientists were covertly brought back to the States under an operation known as Paperclip. The U.S. government wanted abstract knowledge from Hitler's scientists for the benefit of the U.S. military and the security of the nation. Another major concern was to capture the Germans from the Soviets who would definitely make use of the German scientists. Many of these scientists studied brainwashing and torture and several were prosecuted as war criminals during the Nuremberg Trials.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Abducted homeschooler's case finally advances-Police took child from his parents only because of education at home

Abducted homeschooler's case finally advances

It's been some nine months since family advocates pleaded with the European Court of Human Rights to look into the case of a Swedish child taken by police from his parents and isolated with government-sponsored foster parents because he was being homeschooled, and now a case number has been assigned.
Read more at the above link

Domenic

Childen's Aid Society Corruption and Abuse

UW brain scientists to study foster children

Local News | UW brain scientists to study foster children | Seattle Times Newspaper

It figures. Experimenting on Foster children Again!

SPOKANE, Wash. —
Brain scientists plan to study the effects of abuse and neglect on the minds of Washington children in foster care.

Definition of Abuse and Neglect in New Hampshire Chapter 169-C: Child Protection Act

Chapter 169-C: Child Protection Act

XIX. b. After stating a parent WILL neglect their child in the future, this is how they write it up on paper so it look's legal when they can't charge you legally for what you're being accused of.
It also proves substance and alcohol abuse are not included as abuse or neglect, but Nashua DCYF get's around these illegal allegation's by charging a parent with neglect under XIX. b. and get's away with it.

Chapter 169-C: Child Protection Act

RSA 169-C:3
II. "Abused child'' means any child who has been:
(a) Sexually abused; or
(b) Intentionally physically injured; or
(c) Psychologically injured so that said child exhibits symptoms of emotional problems generally recognized to result from consistent mistreatment or neglect; or
(d) Physically injured by other than accidental means.

XIX. "Neglected child'' means a child:
(a) Who has been abandoned by his parents, guardian, or custodian; or
(b) Who is without proper parental care or control, subsistence, education as required by law, or other care or control necessary for his physical, mental, or emotional health, when it is established that his health has suffered or is very likely to suffer serious impairment; and the deprivation is not due primarily to the lack of financial means of the parents, guardian or custodian; or
(c) Whose parents, guardian or custodian are unable to discharge their responsibilities to and for the child because of incarceration, hospitalization or other physical or mental incapacity;
Provided, that no child who is, in good faith, under treatment solely by spiritual means through prayer in accordance with the tenets and practices of a recognized church or religious denomination by a duly accredited practitioner thereof shall, for that reason alone, be considered to be a neglected child under this chapter.

At Least 370 Texas CPS Workers Have Criminal Histories

Parental Rights and the Juvenile Injustice System Handbook | Corrupt CT

Parental Rights and the Juvenile Injustice System Handbook | Corrupt CT

PARENTAL RIGHTS
AND THE
JUVENILE INJUSTICE SYSTEM
A guide to protect the constitutional rights of both parents and children as ruled by the Federal Circuit Courts and Supreme Court.
“Know your rights before you talk to anyone from CPS/DCF or let them in your house, they won’t tell you your rights. CPS/DCF can’t do anything without your consent, demand a warrant and speak with an attorney first before speaking with anyone from CPS/DCF, it could cost you your children.”

CPS is drugging 6 and 7 year old children - for profit

DEAD WRONG - How Psychiatric Drugs Can Kill Your Child

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Conn. may consider more foster home options for young children to live with non-relatives

Daily Journal - Conn. may consider more foster home options for young children to live with non-relatives

HARTFORD, Conn. — Child welfare advocates say they're encouraged that Connecticut's state Senate has endorsed a bill expanding the types of foster homes considered for young children.

The bill would remove a restriction that says only children 10 and older can be placed with non-relatives with whom they have close relationships.

Department of Children and Families Commissioner Joette Katz says that can include godparents, previous stepparents and others qualified to house the children. They can be "special study" foster parents for up to 90 days before they must seek a foster home license.

Katz says removing the age limit would provide more foster care options for younger children with people they already know and trust.

The Senate unanimously approved the measure last week and sent it to the House of Representatives to consider.

Police: man hit, choked youth

Watertown Daily Times | Police: man hit, choked youth

GIRLFRIEND’S SON: City resident accused of beating boy over course of three years

A man who is accused of beating his live-in girlfriend’s juvenile son over the past three years was arrested Thursday by Watertown police on felony second-degree counts of strangulation and assault.

Drowning Death of 10-Month-Old Investigated

Drowning Death of 10-Month-Old Investigated - WREG

(Dyersburg, TN 4/14/2011) The Dyersburg Sheriff's Department is investigating the drowning death of a 10-month-old boy.

he child was taken to the Dyersburg hospital Thursday where he was pronounced dead.

Investigators say the 10-month old and a 24-month-old girl were both in a bath tub taking a bath when the mother left them unattended for a few minutes.

When the mother returned, she says she found the 10-month-old face down in the tub.

A preliminary investigation shows the death was accidental.

The Sheriff's Department has ordered an autopsy on the child and child protective services is now involved.

Fearful of Child Protective Services, Mother of Dominick Calhoun Failed to Seek Medical Attention

Fearful of Child Protective Services, Mother of Dominick Calhoun Failed to Seek Medical Attention | Oppositional Defiance Disorder

Experienced child abuse lawyers in Michigan can commiserate¨C a parent who is confronted by Children’s Protective Services faces a terrifying experience. While some guardians may think that by avoiding reporting instances of abuse to the proper authorities they will also avoid criminal charges and the loss of parental rights, this is far from true. In fact, failure to bring up instances of child abuse or child neglect in Michigan will cause even harsher charges to be brought against you, as well as tarnish your reputation as a loving and protective parent.

Bill to reshuffle court jurisdiction gets panel’s OK

Bill to reshuffle court jurisdiction gets panel’s OK | Rhode Island news | projo.com | The Providence Journal

PROVIDENCE — The state House Judiciary Committee Tuesday evening approved a bill that, if enacted, would reshuffle the current lineup of towns served by the Judiciary Department’s district courts, moving several of them to the courthouse in Warwick.


A bill that deals with how children in DCYF custody should be informed of their legal rights as foster children drew emotional testimony from women who said their children had been put in the custody of either abusive spouses or foster homes, and from adults who spent time in the custody of DCYF and suffered abuse during those times.

Father forced to fight for parental rights after murder acquittal

Father forced to fight for parental rights after murder acquitta - KTNV ABC,Channel 13,Las Vegas,Nevada,News,Weather,Sports,Entertainment,KTNV.com,Action News .:.

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) – A man cleared of murder by child abuse charges in two criminal trials has found himself in Family Court, and prosecutors say they won't let him live with his own children until he admits his guilt.

Nanny ignored 'red flags' in foster care death

Nanny ignored 'red flags' in foster care death - Edmonton - CBC News

A woman who worked as a nanny for Lily Choy, the former foster parent accused of killing a boy in her care, testified at Choy's murder trial Thursday

DEA head: A thousand dead children means we're winning war on drugs-Who are they trying to kid?

DEA head: A thousand dead children means we're winning war on drugs - Drugs - Salon.com

Producing and distributing illegal drugs is a profitable business, because there will always be a lot of demand and because illegality allows you to charge a great deal of money. That illegality also means that the people who produce and distribute the drugs are generally not responsible corporate citizens. So thanks to our expensive, terribly ineffective and endless war on drugs, lots of people are dying.

Colorado House Democrats: Kefalas Bill Protecting Youth in Foster Care Signed into Law by Governor Today

Colorado House Democrats: Kefalas Bill Protecting Youth in Foster Care Signed into Law by Governor Today

(DENVER) –Rep. John Kefalas’s (D-Fort Collins) bill increasing protections for kids in foster care facing abuse, identity theft, and hardship in transition to adulthood was signed into law today by Governor Hickenlooper.

Report: New sex abuse allegations down slightly in 2010

Report: New sex abuse allegations down slightly in 2010 | The-Tidings.com

U.S. dioceses and religious orders received 505 new credible allegations of child sex abuse by clergy in 2010, a slight decrease from the previous year and a significant drop from the 1,092 new allegations reported in 2004, when the numbers began being tallied, according to a report released April 11 by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Civil Claim from Abused Child Deemed Legally Invalid by Sac County b/c Filed Too Late

California County News: Civil Claim from Abused Child Deemed Legally Invalid by Sac County b/c Filed Too Late

A boy who suffered severe abuse while kept at a home that was arranged by Sacramento County's Child Protective Services is now suing the county for the treatment he had to endure before he escaped in 2008. It is not clear how much damages are being sought, but so far the county has been dismissive of the litigation by arguing that the civil claim is not legally valid because it was filed too late. Reportedly, a claim must be put forth at least 6 months after the occurrence of an incident. The litigation argues that the county Child Protective Services system did a poor job of tracking the child and there were reports of abuse over a 7 year period.

Child Protective Services Employee Charged with DUI-CPS MOTTO-Do as I say, Not as I do!!!

Bedford Co. Child Protective Services Employee Charged with DUI

Bedford Co., VA - The social work manager of Child Protective Services in Bedford County is charged with driving drunk, the police chief says.

Pre-adoptive Mother Want's Baby Back-How's it Feel?

Child custody: Police help sought by couple | social officer

Child custody: Police help sought by couple | social officer | | Indian Express

CHENNAI: Distressed over the apparent refusal of the then district social officer to hand over their child despite an order of the Madras High Court, a young couple from Coimbatore on Friday lodged a complaint with the suburban police to help them get custody of the child.

Judge agrees with boy who identifies as a girl

Judge agrees with boy who identifies as a girl | The Australian:

"A JUDGE has authorized controversial puberty-suppressing hormone therapy for a 10-year-old boy who considers himself a girl."

Court allows 10-year-old boy to become a girl

Court allows 10-year-old boy to become a girl: "Search the web"

A 10-year-old boy has been allowed to start hormone treatment to help him become a girl.

The Maryanne Godboldo question: When do parents have the right to shoot back against state-sponsored kidnappers?

The Maryanne Godboldo question: When do parents have the right to shoot back against state-sponsored kidnappers? « CCHR International

The story of Maryanne Godboldo and how armed government agents broke down her door and attempted to kidnap her daughter because she wouldn’t feed her psychiatric drugs brings to light an important question: When is it justified to shoot back?

Child sex suspect was banned as Sacramento foster parent

Child sex suspect was banned as Sacramento foster parent - Sacramento City News - sacbee.com

The Sacramento middle school teacher who was arraigned on child sex abuse charges this week used to be a foster parent whose license was revoked by the state after similar allegations were reported four years ago.

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Shortage of ADHD drugs sends parents and I'm sure CPS scrambling

Shortage of ADHD drugs sends parents scrambling - TODAY Health - TODAY.com

Did anyone stop and think that there may not be a shortage of these drug's if so many children in foster care weren't being needlessly drugged?

Manufacturing delays, heavy demand for Adderall, Ritalin could have serious consequences

Nationwide shortages of popular drugs used to treat ADD and ADHD are sending parents scrambling, with some combing multiple pharmacies for the Adderall and Ritalin that keep their kids calm.
Read more at the above link.

Friday, April 15, 2011

North Port boy sexually abused in foster homes, lawsuit alleges

North Port boy sexually abused in foster homes, lawsuit alleges | HeraldTribune.com

SARASOTA COUNTY - After moving from one foster home to another, and having twice been sexually abused by other children, the 10-year-old North Port boy wrote a suicide note and held a broken bottle up to his throat.

"I would try to kill myself and tonight I am gonna commit suicide by stabbing myself with a knife because no one care about me," the note said.

The boy did not commit suicide, but now his mother is accusing the foster care system of failing her child, allowing him to be the victim of two child-on-child sexual abuse incidents and providing no mental health treatment until he was driven to two suicide attempts.

The mother's lawsuit filed this month describes how the boy was moved to 11 different homes in 18 months. He stayed five months too long in a temporary foster home. He once wrapped a vacuum cord around his neck in a locked bedroom and got no immediate treatment.

"That he got to the point that he actually tried to kill himself at that age, it's just outrageous," said Sarasota attorney Richard Filson, who represents the mother. "He still has behavioral issues he's getting help for as a result of this."

The suit seeks more than $15,000 in damages from the following defendants: the Sarasota YMCA, Family Preservation Services of Florida, Manatee Children's Services, Florida Mentor Inc., foster parent Harriet Higgs, and the Florida Department of Children and Families.

The boy, now 13, has been reunited with his mother since May 2008. The Herald-Tribune is not naming the mother to protect the identity of her son.
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Grounds for Termination of Parental Rights New Hampshire -"Neglect in the Future" is NOT one of them!

Grounds for Termination of Parental Rights New Hampshire -

Grounds for Termination of Parental Rights New Hampshire ("Neglect in the Future" is NOT on this list)
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Statute: §§ 170-C:5; 169-C:24-a

Circumstances That Are Grounds for Termination

Abandonment or Extreme Parental Disinterest

Abuse/Neglect

Mental Illness or Deficiency

Felony Conviction/Incarceration

Failure of Reasonable Efforts

Sexual Abuse

Failure to Provide Support

Child Judged in Need of Services/Dependent


Child's Best Interest

Child in care 15 of 22 months (or less)

Felony assault of child or sibling

Murder/Manslaughter of sibling child


Circumstances That Are Not Grounds for Termination (Isn't it also true, a fetus is NOT considered a human being in NH?)

Alcohol or Drug Induced Incapacity
(Then why are newborn's stolen when the mother is given MORPHINE in labor?)
(Why are children stolen when their mother is accused of being intoxicated?)

Abuse/Neglect or Loss of Rights of Another Child

Failure to Maintain Contact

Failure to Establish Paternity

N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 169-C:24-a (Lexis, WESTLAW through 1999 Reg. Sess.)

The State, through an authorized agency, or if required by a district court, shall file a petition for termination of parental rights or, if such a petition has been filed by another party, the State shall seek to be joined as a party to such petition, where any one of the following circumstances exist:

Where a child has been an out-of-home placement pursuant to a finding of child neglect or abuse, under the responsibility of the State, for 12 of the most recent 22 months;

Where a court of competent jurisdiction has determined that a child has been abandoned;
Where a court of competent jurisdiction has made any one or more of the following determinations: That the parent has been convicted of murder or manslaughter of another child of the parent; the parent has been convicted of attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit any of the offenses above; or the parent has been convicted of a felony assault that resulted in serious bodily injury to the child or another child of the parent.

The State may not be required to file a petition for termination of parental rights, or seek to be joined as a party to such a petition, if one or more of the following conditions exist:

The child is being appropriately cared for by a relative;

A State agency has documented in the case file a compelling reason for determining that filing a petition for termination of parental rights would not be in the best interests of the child; or

The State has not provided to the family of the child such services and reasonable efforts as the State deems necessary for the safe return of the child to the child's home. In determining whether the State has made reasonable efforts to prevent placement and reunify the family, the district court shall consider whether services to the family have been accessible, available, and appropriate.

N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 170-C:5 (Lexis, WESTLAW through N.H. 2003 Legis. Serv., Ch. 79)

The petition may be granted where the court finds that one or more of the following conditions exist:

The parent has abandoned the child. It shall be presumed that the parent intended to abandon the child if the parent left the child without provision for his identification or left the child in the care and custody of another without any provision for his support or without communication from such parent for a period of six months. If, in the opinion of the court, the evidence indicates that such parent has made only minimal efforts to support or communicate with the child, the court may declare the child to be abandoned;

Although the parents are financially able, they have substantially and continuously neglected to provide the child with necessary subsistence, education, or other care necessary for his mental, emotional, or physical health or have substantially and continuously neglected to pay for such subsistence, education, or other care when legal custody is lodged with others. However, it shall not be grounds for the termination of the parent-child relationship for the sole reason that the parent relied upon spiritual means through prayer in accordance with a recognized religious method of healing in lieu of medical treatment for the healing of the child;

The parents, subsequent to a finding of child neglect or abuse, have failed to correct the conditions leading to such a finding within 12 months of the finding, despite reasonable efforts under the direction of the district court to rectify the conditions;

Because of mental deficiency or mental illness, the parent is, and will continue to be, incapable of giving the child proper parental care and protection for a longer period of time than would be wise or prudent to leave the child in an unstable or impermanent environment;

The parent knowingly or willfully caused or permitted another to cause severe sexual, physical, emotional or mental abuse of the child. Subsequent to a finding of such abuse, the parent-child relationship may be terminated if return of the child to the parent would result in a substantial possibility of harm to the child. A substantial possibility of harm to the child shall be established by testimony of at least two of the following factors:

The parent's conduct toward the child has
resulted in severe harm to the child;

The parent's conduct toward the child has continued despite the reasonable efforts of authorized agencies in obtaining or providing services for the parent to reduce or alleviate such conduct;

The parent's conduct has continued to occur either over a period of time, or many times, or to such a degree so as to indicate a pattern of behavior on the part of the parent which indicates a complete disregard for the child's health and welfare;

Such conduct is likely to continue with no change in parental behavior, attitude, or actions.(This is where the DCYF/CPS Psychic's come into play)
Testimony shall be provided by any combination of at least two of the following people: a licensed psychiatrist, a clinical psychologist, a physician, or social worker who possesses a master's degree in social work and is a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers.

If the parent or guardian is, as a result of incarceration for a felony offense, unable to discharge his responsibilities to and for the child, and in addition, has been found to have abused or neglected his child or children, the court may review the conviction of the parent or guardian to determine whether the felony offense is of such nature, and the period of incarceration imposed such duration, that the child would be deprived of proper parental care and left in an unstable or impermanent environment for a longer period of time than would be prudent. Placement of the child in foster care shall not be considered proper parental care and protection. Incarceration, in and of itself, shall not be grounds for termination of parental rights;

The parent has been convicted of one or more of the following offenses: Murder or manslaughter of another child of the parent or of the child's other parent; attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit any of the above offenses; or a felony assault which resulted in serious bodily injury to the child or to another child of the parent, or of the child's other parent.