Our Grand Children are victims of;

"Protect the "system" at all costs. The "system" is the only ultimate sacred cow - not any particular law or constitution, but only "the system." Because, ultimately, it is the system which makes certain that the individuals functioning within it - from judges to lawyers, to prosecutors, to politicians, to businessmen - have their places and positions, and opportunities and pecking order, and future."

In 1696, England first used the legal principle of parens patriae, which gave the royal crown care of "charities, infants, idiots, and lunatics returned to the chancery." This principal of parens patriae has been identified as the statutory basis for U.S. governmental intervention in families' child rearing practices.

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."
Preamble of the original "organic" Constitution

"We hold these truths to be self-evident. That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness."
Excerpted from the Declaration of Independence of the original thirteen united states of America, July 4, 1776

Saturday, September 29, 2012

How social services are paid bonuses to snatch babies for adoption

Mail Online.com

How social services are paid bonuses to snatch babies for adoption
National disgrace: The number of babies taken from their mothers and put up for adoption is rising sharply
For a mother, there can be no greater horror than having a baby snatched away by the State at birth.
The women to whom it has happened say their lives are ruined for ever - and goodness knows what longterm effect it has on the child.
Most never recover from this trauma.
Imagine a baby growing in your body for nine months, imagine going through the emotion of bringing it into the world, only to have social workers seize the newborn, sometimes within minutes of its first cry and often on the flimsiest of excuses.
Yet this disturbing scenario is played out every day.
The number of babies under one month old being taken into care for adoption is now running at almost four a day (a 300 per cent increase over a decade).
In total, 75 children of all ages are being removed from their parents every week before being handed over to new families.
Some of these may have been willingly given up for adoption, but critics of the Government's policy are convinced that the vast majority are taken by force.
Time and again, the mothers say they are innocent of any wrongdoing.
Of course, there are people who are not fit to be parents and it is the duty of any responsible State to protect their children.
But over the five years since I began investigating the scandal of forced adoptions, I have found a deeply secretive system which is too often biased against basically decent families.
I have been told of routine dishonesty by social workers and questionable evidence given by doctors which has wrongly condemned mothers.
Meanwhile, millions of pounds of taxpayers' money has been given to councils to encourage them to meet high Government targets on child adoptions.
Under New Labour policy, Tony Blair changed targets in 2000 to raise the number of children being adopted by 50 per cent to 5,400 a year.
The annual tally has now reached almost 4,000 in England and Wales - four times higher than in France, which has a similar-sized population.
Blair promised millions of pounds to councils that achieved the targets and some have already received more than £2million each in rewards for successful adoptions.
Figures recently released by the Department for Local Government and Community Cohesion show that two councils - Essex and Kent - were offered more than £2million "bonuses" over three years to encourage additional adoptions.
Four others - Norfolk, Gloucestershire, Cheshire and Hampshire - were promised an extra £1million.
This sweeping shake-up was designed for all the right reasons: to get difficult-to-place older children in care homes allocated to new parents.
But the reforms didn't work. Encouraged by the promise of extra cash, social workers began to earmark babies and cute toddlers who were most easy to place in adoptive homes, leaving the more difficult-to-place older children in care.
As a result, the number of over-sevens adopted has plummeted by half.
Critics - including family solicitors, MPs and midwives as well as the wronged families - report cases where young children are selected, even before birth, by social workers in order to win the bonuses.
More chillingly, parents have been told by social workers they must lose their children because, at some time in the future, they might abuse them.
One mother's son was adopted on the grounds that there was a chance she might shout at him when he was older.
In Scotland, where there are no official targets, adoptions are a fraction of the number south of the border, even allowing for the smaller population.
What's more, the obsessive secrecy of the system means that the public only occasionally gets an inkling of the human tragedy now unfolding across the country.
For at the heart of this adoption system are the family courts, whose hearings are conducted behind closed doors in order to protect the identity of the children involved.
Yet this secrecy threatens the centuries-old tradition of Britain's legal system - the principle that people are innocent until proven guilty beyond all reasonable doubt.
From the moment a mother is first accused of being incapable as a parent - a decision nearly always made by a social worker or doctor - the system is pitted against her.
There are no juries in family courts, only a lone judge or trio of magistrates who make decisions based on the balance of probability.
Crucially, the courts' culture of secrecy means that if a social worker lies or fabricates notes or a medical expert giving evidence makes a mistake, no one finds out and there is no retribution.
Only the workings of the homeland security service, MI5, are guarded more closely than those of the family courts.
From the time a child is named on a social services care order until the day they are adopted, the parents are breaking the law - a crime punishable by imprisonment - if they tell anyone what is happening to their family.
Anything from a chat with a neighbour to a letter sent to a friend can land them in jail.
And many have found themselves sent to prison for breaching court orders by talking about their case.
As High Court judge Mr Justice Munby told MPs last year: "It seems quite indefensible that there should be no access by the media, and no access by the public, to what is going on in courts where judges are, day by day, taking people's children away."
However, it is not only secretive and publicly unscrutinised family courts that are creating an injustice in our adoption system.
There is a more worrying factor involved. Look at the official figures. Why are they so high? Is it really true that more mothers are becoming potential killers or abusers?
Or are the financial bonuses offered to councils fuelling the astonishing rise in forced adoptions?
John Hemming, a Liberal Democrat MP campaigning to change the adoption system, said yesterday: "I have evidence that 1,000 children are wrongly being seized from their birth parents each year even though they have not been harmed in any way.
"The targets are dangerous and lead to social workers being over-eager.
"The system's secrecy hides any wrongdoing. One has to ask if a mother is expected to have problems looking after her baby, why doesn't the State help her instead of taking her child away?"
The MP's concerns are echoed by the Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services (AIMS), a body which advises new mothers.
Spokeswoman Beverley Beech insists: "Babies are being removed from their mothers by social workers using any excuse.
"We strongly suspect this is because newborns and toddlers are more easily found homes than older children. They are a marketable commodity.
"I know of social workers making up stories about innocent mothers simply to ensure their babies are put up for adoption.
"Suitable babies are even being earmarked when they are still in the womb.
"One baby was forcibly removed in the maternity ward by social workers before the mother had even finished the birth process and produced the placenta."
Her words may be emotive. But are they true? Six months ago, I wrote an article about a young couple - who must remain anonymous because of family court law - fighting for the return of their three-year-old daughter.
She was taken within weeks of birth and is about to be adopted.
Astonishingly, a judge has issued a Draconian order gagging them from revealing anything, to anyone at all, which could identify their daughter until her 18th birthday in 2022.
Immediately after the article was published, I heard from 35 families whose children were forcibly removed.
The letters and e-mails continue to arrive - coming from a wide range of families across the social classes (including from a castle in the heart of England).
An e-mail from one father said: "Please, please help, NOW. We are about to lose our son . . . in court tomorrow for final disposals hearing before he is taken for adoption ... we have done nothing wrong."
Another father calling himself "James" rang to say his wife's baby was one of eight seized by social workers from hospital maternity units in one small part of North-East England during one fortnight last summer.
A Welsh man complained that his grandson of three weeks was earmarked for forcible adoption by social workers.
The mother, a 21-year-old with a mild learning disorder, was told she might, just might, get post-natal depression and neglect her son.
To her great distress, her baby was put in the care of Monmouthshire social services within minutes of birth.
The grandfather said: "Our entire extended family - which includes two nurses, a qualified nanny and a police officer - have offered to help care for the baby.
"I believe my grandson has been targeted for adoption since he was in the womb."
A Worcestershire woman told how her daughter's baby was snatched away by three police officers and two social workers who came to the door of her house.
The girl has now been adopted.
The mother's failure? She was said to be too young to cope.
Yet - a little over a year later - she had another baby, a boy, whom she was allowed to keep, in the same home and with the same partner.
Why on earth did she have to lose her little girl?
The grandmother emotionally explained: "All the family came forward to offer to help look after my granddaughter, and all of them were told they were not good enough.
"The social worker told us to forget her. He said: 'She is water under the bridge.'
"We think they wanted her for adoption from the beginning."
No wonder she, and thousands of other parents, want a shake-up of the heart-breakingly cruel adoption system which has ripped apart so many families - and which continues to do so.

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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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

"NBC TV news affiliate W O A I cover an important issue revealing that CPS drugging children without merit.

The motivation for this horrific act was and still is money..."

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Child Protective Services and the Sixth Amendment to the US Constitution

From  http://voices.yahoo.com/child-protective-services-sixth-amendment-2744288.html
Published by MD Lynn
 The United States of America's citizens have a Bill of Rights granted to us in the US Constitution. Of these rights, I've regularly written about violations, such as my articles where many public school districts require children and parents to waive their Fourth Amendment rights in order to receive a free public education.
Today, I want to tackle the US Sixth Amendment and Child Protective Services. First, let me start with the Sixth Amendment. Many of you probably know this as the 'Right to a speedy trial amendment'. However, there is much more to the Sixth Amendment than that.
Let's look at the text first: "In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district where in the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence."
The part I want to focus on in this article is the bolded part that reads: "... to be confronted with the witnesses against him..."
Child Protective Services Procedure
There are many ways a report of alleged child abuse can occur. The only proper way is for the person suspecting the abuse to notify local law enforcement officers and let them investigate the crime. If the law enforcement officer believes there is enough evidence a crime has occurred, that officer can bring in Child Protective Services to offer services to the family.
Unfortunately, it usually happens the other way around. Generally, people report child abuse directly to CPS, and more often than not, they use the toll-free anonymous hotlines. The problem with anything that is 'anonymous' is that anyone, for any reason (including nefarious reasons) can report a suspicion of alleged abuse.
How Anonymous CPS Hotlines Circumvent the Sixth Amendment Rights
The Sixth Amendment provides that people have a right to face their accuser. In the instance of a CPS anonymous telephone report, there is no ability to face an accuser. CPS will use whatever information gathered in the hotline report to conduct their investigation, and any evidence found against the alleged perpetrator of child abuse or neglect is offered to the courts.
How this circumvents the Sixth Amendment is by letting CPS do the investigation, they are then using what is found in the investigation as the evidence against the alleged perpetrator, thus making CPS the accuser instead of the anonymous tipster.
CPS Doesn't Have the Right to Investigate
This is where knowing your rights becomes so very important. CPS does not have the right to investigate a family or children based on an anonymous CPS hotline phone call. They can attempt to perform an investigation, and if the parents or legal guardian allow them to by consenting to the investigation, they can use anything they gather or see during the investigation against the accused.
However, if all CPS has to go on is an anonymous phone call placed to a CPS hotline, and the parent or legal guardian refuses to cooperate, the only things CPS can do at that point is call law enforcement, get a court order (without evidence, this is tough) or close the case uninvestigated. This is true even when the tipster is not anonymous, because anything the tipster says to CPS is hearsay until investigated or proven by some other means, and that other means is usually found during the investigation that isn't required to happen.
Hearsay Is Inadmissible in Court
Because the accused has a right to confront their accuser, as provided in the Sixth Amendment, hearsay is not admissible in court. Therefore, CPS cannot use information gained from a CPS hotline call as evidence in court for 'probable cause' to get an order to enter a home or remove a child.
You Can Give Up Your Rights
CPS will not tell you the legalese of the pamphlets and brochures they give you, but it comes down to this: you don't have to let them in your home, you don't have to let them talk to your child, and you do not have to cooperate with a CPS investigation.
You do, however, have to cooperate with a police investigation. This is usually how CPS intimidates parents into cooperating. They will show up at your door with a police officer and ask to be let in to discuss things with you. Your response at that point should be, "I would be happy to comply, if you have a court order. Do you have an order to enter my home and search it and speak to my child?"
If their answer is, "No," your response should be: "I'm sorry, then. I cannot let you enter. Thank you." Then close the door. A police officer might come with them, but that officer knows as well as you should that he can't force his way into your home. He's there for their safety and for the intimidation factor the gun and badge and uniforms brings for the social worker with CPS.
If I'm Not Guilty...
Many people wonder why they should refuse an investigation with CPS if they know they aren't guilty. Many mistakenly assume that if they aren't doing anything wrong, nothing bad can happen to them. There are entire websites and programs and groups dedicated to the very fact that CPS can indeed find something wrong if they want to find it, even if the child is not abused or neglected.
It is in CPS's best interests to find something wrong with your household. They get paid for it if they do. If you refuse investigation by CPS, they will have no choice but to get law enforcement involved and go before a judge to get a court order.
The courts know that unless there is physical evidence to show justifiable cause that a crime of child abuse or neglect has occurred, they cannot allow CPS or law enforcement to enter your home (that's your Fourth Amendment right). The courts also know that if the only evidence CPS has is a phone call to a hotline reporting alleged abuse, that is not enough evidence to issue a court order to come into your home.
If you don't allow CPS into your home, they cannot gather evidence to use against you in a court case, and thus, you maintain your Sixth Amendment rights to face your accuser (in this case the caller/reporter of alleged abuse). Because CPS can't reveal the person, or the person refuses to reveal themselves, CPS has no choice but to close the case and leave you alone.
Protect Your Rights but Be Calm and Professional
An accusation of child abuse is stressful and frustrating at best. Please try not to take it personally, even though it might feel personal to you. CPS employees are only doing their jobs, and some of the workers do still believe they are doing the right thing and protecting children. Remember, even the employees of CPS are victims of the system for which they work. However, they do know what your rights are, and they will try to circumvent those rights as much as possible in order to do their jobs. It's not personal to most of them; it's just a job.
Stand your ground. Invoke your rights. Tell them you are not guilty, but you also know your legal rights and you choose to invoke them. If it makes you feel better, and you can afford it, contact an attorney. CPS doesn't like when attorneys get involved, because they know they have to watch their steps and actually follow the law.
Be firm, but be polite when you turn CPS away from your door. Never raise your voice, never get angry or show anger toward the social worker from CPS, and never threaten them in such a way that they can claim evidence of abuse.
The law is on your side, and it's actually on the side of your children too, if you know how to take advantage of your legal rights and require they are enforced.
Not Condoning Abuse
Please know that I do not in any way condone child abuse and that I'm not trying to say that people who abuse children should not be severely punished and the children protected. What I am saying is that law enforcement is better trained and equipped to deal with allegations and investigations of abuse than a social worker for CPS is, and that law enforcement knows how to handle evidence so that evidence is all admissible in court, so that real abusers don't walk away on a technicality. If you see abuse, don't be afraid to report it immediately to protect that precious child, but be sure to report it to the right agency - law enforcement!
To read more about CPS and your rights as a citizen and parent, see The Truth about Child Protective Services, my other article on this topic.

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Sunday, September 9, 2012

Alden v. Maine

Alden v. Maine, 527 U.S. 706, 757, 119 S.Ct. 2240, 2268 (1999), for the proposition that state officials may be held personally liable for damages based upon official actions only where they were sufficiently involved.  In Alden, the Supreme Court held:
 Even a suit for money damages may be prosecuted against a state officer in his individual capacity for unconstitutional or wrongful conduct fairly attributable to the officer himself, so long as the relief is sought not from the state treasury but from the officer personally. 

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Whistleblower Lawsuit Against Psychiatrists Unsealed: Defendents Listed

January 26, 2010 By: Deborah Dupre
 A major Medicaid Fraud lawsuit by Law Project for Psychiatric Rights (PsychRights®) against psychiatrists, their employers, pharmacies, state officials, and a medical education-publishing company for their roles in fraudulent claims to Medicaid to drug mainly disadvantaged children and youth was unsealed, revealing a long list of defendants.
The Law Project for Psychiatric Rights (PsychRights) is a non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)(3) public interest law firm whose mission is to mount a  strategic legal campaign against horrors of forced psychiatric drugging and electroshock in the U.S. akin to what Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP mounted in the 40's and 50's on behalf of African American civil rights. 
The public mental health system is creating a huge class of chronic mental patients through forcing them to take ineffective, yet extremely harmful drugs according to PsychRights.
"The massive psychiatric drugging of America's children, particularly poor, disadvantaged children & youth through Medicaid and in foster care is an unfolding public health catastrophe of massive proportions," states attorney Jim Gottstien, PsychRights director.
The defendants in this case are:
* Osamu H. Matsutani, M.D.
* William Hogan, Commissioner Of the Alaska Department Of Health And Social Services
* Tammy Sandoval, Director Of The Alaska Office Of Children's, Services
* Steve McComb, Director Of The Alaska Division Of Juvenile Justice
* William Streur, Director Of The Alaska Division Of Health Care Services

* Juneau Youth Services, Inc.
* Providence Health & Services,
* Elizabeth Baisi, M.D.
* Ruth Dukoff, M.D.
* Charter North Star Behavioral Health System
* Kerry Ozer, M.D.
* Claudia Phillips, M.D.
* Southcentral Foundation
* Sheila Clark, M.D.
* Hugh Starks, M.D.
* Lina Judith Bautista, M.D.
* Heidi F. Lopez-Coonjohn, M.D.
* Robert D. Schults, M.D.
* Mark H. Stauffer, M.D.
* Ronald A. Martino, M.D.
* Irvin Rothrock, M.D.
* Jan Kiele, M.D.
* Alternatives Community Mental Health Services, D/B/A Denali
Family Services
* Anchorage Community
Mental Health Services
* Lucy Curtis, M.D.
* Fairbanks Psychiatric And Neurologic Clinic, Pc
* Peninsula Community Health Services Of Alaska, Inc.
* Bartlett Regional Hospital Foundation, Inc.
* Thomson Reuters (Healthcare), Inc.
* Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
* Safeway, Inc.
* Fred Meyer Stores, Inc.

Law Project for Psychiatric Rights v. Matsutani, et al., United States District Court, District of Alaska, Case No. 3:09-cv-0080-TMB.
The lawsuit, filed on April 27, 2009 and required to be kept under seal (secret) until now, is brought under the federal False Claims Act, which authorizes private parties to bring fraud actions on behalf of the Government.
These cases are also called "whistleblower suits" or "qui tam," actions, and those who file them are entitled to a share in the recovery, if any.
Each offending prescription carries a minimum penalty of $5,500.
The Complaint walks through the lack of science supporting the practice and the methods used by the pharmaceutical industry to induce psychiatrists to improperly prescribe these drugs.
"Even though the drug companies have been using these methods to induce psychiatrists to prescribe these drugs, it is the psychiatrists' responsibility to base their decisions on the facts, not drug company marketing," said Mr. Gottstein, continuing, "the uncritical acceptance of pharmaceutical company hype represents a massive betrayal of trust by the psychiatrists prescribing these drugs to children and youth."
PsychRights has developed a streamlined model Qui Tam Complaint for use around the country. (See, PsychRights Launches Campaign Against Medicaid Fraud With Model Lawsuit, July 27, 2009)
The model Qui Tam Complaint is drafted for former foster youth to bring the lawsuits and receive the whistleblower's share of the recoverey, but anyone with knowledge of specific offending prescriptions, such as parents and mental health workers, can bring these suits.
Last fall, Mr. Gottstein gave talks at two national conferences, the National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy (NARPA), and the International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology (ICSPP), where he presented how to bring and conduct these cases. Mr. Gottstein is also giving a presentation in New York City, February 2nd, following oral argument in Lilly v. Gottstein.
Mr. Gottstein indicates a number of these cases are percolating around the country. In one that is not as far along as some others, Ted Chabasinski, a Berkeley, California, lawyer, is seeking a former foster youth as a client to bring such a lawsuit in the Bay Area. Any former foster youth in the Bay Area who was given psychiatric drugs within the last 6 years can call Mr. Chabasinski at (510) 843-6372 to talk to him about bringing such a case.
"Foster children are singled out for psychiatric drugging because they and their foster parents have almost no legal protections and no way they can refuse these damaging drugs," says Mr. Chabasinski, who as a foster child, was electroshocked at the age of six as part of an experiment involving hundreds of foster children.
While PsychRights and Mr. Chabasinski are not bringing these cases for the money, such cases represent a tremendous financial opportunity for attorneys to do well by doing good.
"These are about as open and shut as cases can get," said Mr. Gottstein.
"It is Medicaid fraud to cause or submit prescriptions to Medicaid for reimbursement if they are not for a medically accepted indication. End of story."
PsychRights has developed a Medically Accepted Indications Chart showing what is allowable for common psychiatric drugs. Every other use of these drugs in children and youth and submitted to Medicaid is fraudulent. http://psychrights.org/Education/ModelQuiTam/PediatricPsychotropicMedicallyAcceptedIndications.pdf PsychRights conservatively estimates that at least half of psychotropic drug prescriptions to children and youth submitted to Medicaid are not for medically accepted indications and therefore fraudulent.

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Friday, September 7, 2012

Child abuse records investigation results in arrests and search at DFCS (CPS) office.



COLUMBUS, Ga. -- A search warrant was served at the Muscogee County offices of the Division of Family and Children Services Thursday. In addition, two women were arrested in connection with an investigation into the alleged falsification and destruction of child abuse reports.
The arrest warrants were served on Muscogee DFCS intake supervisor Phyllis Mitchell and former Muscogee DFCS acting director Deborah Cobb. Cobb now serves as director of Social Services.

A GBI investigation found information that supervisors at the Muscogee County DFCS Child Protective Services office allegedly destroyed, delayed, changed and falsified the intake of child abuse reports in order to maintain compliance with internal DFCS guidelines related to the evaluation and response to allegations of the mistreatment of children.

The two women have been charged with one count each of making false statements and writings, concealment of facts and fraudulent documents in matters within jurisdiction of state or political subdivisions, and subornation of false swearing.

If the allegations are found to be true, the falsification of government records would be considered a felony under Georgia state law. Thursday's search was performed to locate and obtain records stored at the Muscogee County DFCS offices.
The warrants were executed by special agents with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the federal Department of Health and Human Services, the Office of the Inspector General and deputies with the Muscogee County Sheriff's office.
Department of Human Services commissioner Clyde Reese issued a statement that addressed the investigation.
"The Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) is committed to detecting and preventing fraud and abuse in any of its programs. It has been consistently communicated since January 2011 to all DHS employees in particular the Division of Families and Children Services (DFCS) child welfare and social services' staff that the safety of all children is a fundamental guiding principle. No DHS employee has any reason or incentive to hide allegations of abuse or neglect in order to lower the number of children and families to be entered into the state system. DHS will cooperate fully with all federal and state authorities in their investigation."

Here are some comments left by readers at  11alive.com

John Schafer
Founder and Director at Grandparents Rights Association of South Carolina
"This is the tip of a NATIONWIDE iceberg. Anyone who believes it does not happen all over the country simply has their head in the sand or just does not care. This is exactly what thousands of people have been trying to expose for years. The Federal authorities should recognize this and begin investigation of sister agencies in all 50 states. The problem is systemic, NOT isolated. Want proof? Talk to good law abiding families who have been victimized across the entire United States. Granted there are children who truly need protection, but the system is so firmly based on Federal funding, it is ripe for corruption. The saddest part of this is the children who are being ripped from good families and given to strangers in the name of "protection" when none was needed. National studies have shown children are (on average) three times MORE likely to be abused while in the foster system than when living with family members. Also, over 75% of the adults in Federal and State prisons (not county jails) are "graduates" of the foster system. How is this protection? These kids are used to get Federal funding, not protected."
 Deb Justice Young   Activist Advocate at Justice for Families and Children -THE LOST Children
 Grand Rapids, Michigan
 "Case after case. We have families that are being torn apart by blatant lies or half truths. The family court is a civil court that relies on a preponderance of evidence to take children and clear and convincing to terminate rights. Let's take this case for instance a Grandmother trying to adopt her grandchildren in Kent County, Michigan. She had a cupboard full of food, food in the fridge and food in the freezer. Yet she only had one egg in the fridge. The agency Bethany Christian Services stated she only had one egg in the fridge, true but it made it sounded like that was all she had. Adoption denied. video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eryZMMv0iNA&list=UUJlL5WKlba-vO3wcJAbTOHw&index=28&feature=plcp "
  Las Vegas, Nevada
 " It needs to be done all over the country. Ripping children away from their families just because they can get away with it. Not caring if you are taking great care of your child or not. I cry everytime I think about my grandchild and what they are allowed to get away with..Las Vegas courts told me I couldn't even see my grandchild again, after having her from birth to 14 months."

 Works at Registered Nurse in the ER
 "This is not just in Georgia this is a national disgrace. Children and families are being destroyed for the love of money. I have never been so shocked at anything in my life as I have been at dealing with these agencies that buy and sell our children with our own tax dollars. You may be one of the people who thinks these types of problems are a few isolated instances but I assure that is not the case. The corruption is pervasive and destructive and as long as good people look the other way the problem will grow. Lets all make a commitment to stop government and judicial corruption and get our country back!"
  ITT Tech Grand Rapids
"This is happening everywhere....they hide true abuse cases and take children out of loving homes because the later children are adoptable. The falsify reports and testimony and keep the children in foster care until their time limit is up and then adopt these children out to strangers instead of letting them live with family who want them. I proved this and have a court ordered showing that the cps worker had no reason to remove the children and that he didn't even meet a preponderance of evidence to prove his allegations. Are my grandchildren at home...NO! Do I get more then 2 hours a month with them? NO! because it would confuse them when it comes time for their adoption...FYI I am one of the parties who is trying to adopt them."

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Fear and Intimidation From OCS

At 10:55 AM (Alaska Time) 9/4/2012, OCS (Office of Children's Services) came to the house. The two women who showed up (Kelly Anderson and a trainee) said they were here to start the assessment of our home and case because allegations were made at the hospital. We never let them in the house. The lie goes that because the father at the hospital (in the middle of the night) would not show the social worker that showed up paperwork that shows that the grand parents have Delegation of Parental Authority. Allegedly, that was the allegation. At first they said the father was escorted out by security. She was told that was a lie and changed her story to he was being watched by hospital security.
And she said "other concerns" were also on the table about the other children that were taken (kidnapped). She was referring to the false allegations of sexual abuse (a proven lie) they dreamed up and that the house was not safe for children.
They are trying to build a case against us so they can kidnap the newborn grand daughter. There is no doubt, it is no secret. She looked at us like we were stupid and we didn't know that.
She was finally told the conversation was over and that she needed to leave. The two of them left in their SUV.
These people will stoop to no end to start cases where none exist. This new baby is healthy as a horse and it has been verified. We have three lawyers that have already been notified of this intrusion.
This is harassment, retaliation and greed from the office of children's services.
When they showed up our old 14 year old dog was tied out in the yard. Just before that she was tied in front of the house until she was moved. There were three pieces of poop on the ground in front of the house. I am sure their report will indicate "dog feces everywhere". I have already cleaned it up or I would go take a picture of it.

About an hour later, they returned with an Alaska State Trooper. After a short conversation, we told him that they were still not coming into our house without a warrant. He said that was our right. I had offered to take pics of the inside of the house the first time she was here. She said that was not good enough and that they needed to come in. This time, we let the trooper come in (without them) and look around and take pics. She was okay with it then.
They hung around about a half hour. She wanted to give us information on education (the baby is a week old) and "other things we may need". We told her we did not want her help and that if we needed anything, we would go get it somewhere else. What she was trying to do is keep us talking while she built her case against us (using our words against us) and by giving "help" we would then become involved in the process they want us in with their service providers.

We already know the current foster parents of the first three kidnapped grand children placed an order for those kids and probably called the ocs office twice a week to see how it was going. ocs then did all it could to fill that order. They get the kids and they all profit. We already know that most court appointed attorneys make private and secret deals amongst each other to get the job done. We have already seen that take place.

The other grandson was sucked up in the vacuum of hot air. Another monetary win win for them. Now they are trying the same tactics again with the youngest grand daughter. It started at the hospital with a nurse trying to insist the baby had a heart murmur. She does not and is healthy as a horse. The allegations made by the mysterious allegation maker (a social worker) was made because didn't get her way at the hospital when she asked to see paper work that was none of her business to see. This is the lame excuse used to try and enter our house. They want to make more false allegations and build things that aren't there.

The United States became the United States because our ancestors were fed up with a tyrannical king. One of the things he loved using was  Parens patriae. Latin for "parent of the nation." He owned everything including the people. He could do what ever he wanted... he was the law. The better than thous of this country soon adopted the same rule and thought patterns. Parens patriae was adopted here and that is what cps uses to kidnap children to this day. The one thing that gets in their way and is one of their Kryptonites, is the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. If you are smart, you will learn them and use them to your advantage before some other tyrant destroys them.

Our family lives in fear. We are being stalked (we saw you), intimidated and harassed. When I was Military Police and each and every time I pulled someone over I had to approach the other vehicle. I know how each and every police officer feels in that situation. They are intimidated and in fear. Not knowing what may happen in the next few seconds. I know intimidation. I as well as my family feel fear and intimidation from the office of children's services. Tyrants.

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