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Families SA court orders

on Wed, 08/21/2013 - 09:30

curious....has anyone have success stories battling it out with Families SA/DOCs/ etc, in court and won?

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ER trip for accident led to CPS visit

on Tue, 08/06/2013 - 07:07
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ER trip for accident led to CPS visit

State law, ER policy led to questioning of family

KXAN (AUSTIN) - Like a lot of toddlers, Kenzie Williams is still getting used to her own two feet.

“She’s a typical 1-year-old,” said her mother, Alison. “She toddles around and falls.”

That is exactly what happened in May when Kenzie accidentally fell off the couch while playing with her 13-year-old sister. Not long after the fall, her parents decided to take her to the emergency room.

“We noticed a bruise about 30 minutes later and we took her to Dell Children’s Medical Center to make sure nothing was wrong,” said her father, Jason.

After

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5 year old boy dies in Cairns as DoCS Cairns North Fail to Act

on Sat, 08/03/2013 - 13:56
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5 year old boy dies in Cairns DoCS Cairns North Fail to Act

At 11.30 AM today a five year old boy had his life support turned off at the Cairns base hospital. This little boy's father beat him so badly last Wednesday that he has been in a coma ever since and died today with both parents at his side. He had massive bleeding on the brain.

What makes this story even more sickening is the fact that the father has still not been charged and DoCS and the police left his younger sibling, a two year old girl in the same house with her parents including the father.

DoCS are quick to remove children based on lies and "risk of harm" and turn their backs on

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Abuse by foster parents rare

on Mon, 06/17/2013 - 13:15
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 Abuse by foster parents rare

With thanks to Legally Kidnapped.

Child abuse is an ongoing problem in the United States, while cases of abuse by foster parents are relatively rare, government data show.

Note: Yeah, we know.  Stooges for the agencies who are supposed to be objective.  Right?

You need to pay very careful attention to the wording of this article.  It contains word games, or plays on words and numbers plugging the myth of severity in effort to make it look worse from one side and better on the other.

Example:
 

  • The article states that approximately 9 out of every 1000 children nationwide were victims of child
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Senator Pushing Major Overhaul Of Maine's Guardian Ad Litem System

on Fri, 05/10/2013 - 13:19
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Senator Pushing Major Overhaul Of Maine's Guardian Ad Litem System

Senator Pushing Major Overhaul Of Maine's Guardian Ad Litem System

Before David Dutremble got divorced in 2005 and fought for shared custody of his children, he had never heard of a guardian ad litem.

Now, in his first term as a state senator, Dutremble is leading an effort to reform what he considers a broken system, in which judges assign specially registered lawyers or mental health workers to step into the most contentious cases, such as divorces, to represent the children.

Dutremble, a Democrat from Biddeford, has filed a bill to make sweeping changes to Maine's guardian ad litem

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Report into Irish child deaths in State care 'a litany of shame'

on Fri, 11/30/2012 - 07:32
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Report into Irish child deaths in State care 'a litany of shame'

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has described a highly critical report into the deaths of 196 young people who were in contact with the State's care services as a "litany of shame".

The report of the Independent Child Death Review group focuses on the deaths of young people in contact with the State’s child-protection services between 2000 and 2010.

Of the 196 deaths, some 112 died of non-natural causes such as drug overdoses, suicides, road incidents or unlawful killings.

“Ultimately and tragically the efforts to protect these children failed,” the report said.

Among the key findings are that:

* The

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Fighting for Families Support Group.

on Sat, 11/24/2012 - 11:38
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Fighting for Families Support Group.

We are a group of people that have chosen to gather here together to support one another as we fight for our families

Fighting for Families Support Group

Why did we feel this was necessary? Because unless you have been through the fight of your life for the most precious gift, a child, then you can not understand the pain, fear, and desperation that someone who has walked this path goes through everyday.

We need support from people who can really understand simply because they have been in our shoes.

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Infant kidnapped, tortured by government state officials

on Sat, 09/15/2012 - 10:59
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 Infant kidnapped, tortured by government state officials

It began as a routine check-up. New parents Calob and Ashly had taken their 2.5-month old baby, Caden, to a weight specialist because he was slightly underweight. As far as they knew, they were doing a great job with Caden, feeding him everything he needed and performing the duties of responsible parents. They had gone along with their pediatrician's recommendation to see the specialist because they wanted to be certain nothing was wrong.

But after a few minutes in the examination room, the appointment turned into an ambush.

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State notes alarming spike in starvation of adopted children

on Sun, 08/12/2012 - 19:14
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Recent high-profile stories of adopted children being starved have officials reviewing placement guidelines.

An alleged child starvation case near Longview is one of more than a dozen cases -- including one death -- that have state officials reviewing how adopted children are placed and treated.

The number of abuse cases is small compared to all adoptions.
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11 children died while in province's care last year

on Fri, 07/06/2012 - 05:51
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Critics seek greater accountability of welfare officials

Child welfare officials must be more accountable to the public when children die while in the province's care - as 11 did last year - critics say.

The province's Human Services Department released its annual report on Thursday, detailing the deaths and 17 additional cases where children required hospitalization after being injured while in care.

Provincial legislation protects the identities of children in care, but the grandmother of one of the children who died last year said it also prevents necessary public scrutiny of the system.

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