- Former HC prosecutor faces federal fraud charge
- The foster children hidden from view
- Autism Vaccine
- UPDATE: Former CPS worker found guilty of forgery
- Clinic says it warned L.A. County that boy might be an abuse victim
- Foster mother charged with beating toddlers
- Attorney: Kiel girl, 17, jailed after foster home incident
- Officer’s Porn Arrest Could Taint Other Cases
- Controversial Doll Lets Little Girls Pretend to Breast-Feed
- The myth of the underpaid foster parent
- RADish update from the Drama Queens, I mean Mama’s
- Judge says he intends to approve foster care agreement
- Introduction: Ricky Holland’s story
- Family services case manager sued for sexually assaulting minor
- Slain teen’s foster home questioned
- Rally organizers push for change in Oklahoma child welfare system
- Local woman faces obstruction, assault charges
- New Castle cop arrested on child pornography charges
|Former HC prosecutor faces federal fraud chargePosted: 06 Aug 2009 10:07 PM PDT
A former Hillsborough County prosecutor faces a federal wire fraud charge alleging that she used fraudulent applications to take out $323,755 in loans, court records show.
|The foster children hidden from viewPosted: 06 Aug 2009 09:08 PM PDT
ACCORDING to Government statistics, there has been a 15 per cent rise in the number of people notifying their local authority if they are privately fostering a child, which is encouraging.
|Autism VaccinePosted: 06 Aug 2009 08:49 PM PDT
The MMR vaccine has never contained mercury and the phrase “The Autism Vaccine” is an example of the lack of sophistication of the American education.
What you are referring to is what is called Thiomersal (INN) (C9H9HgNaO2S), or sodium ethylmercurithiosalicylate, commonly known in the United States as thimerosal, is an organomercury compound (approximately 49% mercury by weight) used as an antiseptic and antifungal agent.
It was invented and patented by Morris Kharasch. Eli Lilly labeled it the trade name Merthiolate. As a preservative in vaccines, immunoglobulin preparations, skin test antigens, antivenins, ophthalmic and nasal products, and tattoo inks, it has been found to be the most cost-effective preservative.
In the later part of the 1990s, the World Health Organization called upon the United States to reign in on its pharmaceutical rule of medical distribution in its usage of Thimerosal as it was demonstrating severe cognitive and psychological disorders in youths who were vaccinated.
The linkage between the vaccination preservative and developmental disorders in children did not present itself until the 1950’s. During the preceding decade, only children of privilege were able to be immunized to such diseases as Measles, Mumps, and Rubbela.
There was an such an unbelievable increase in the reporting of developmental disorders in children of European decent, that the discipline and study of psychology took off. Unfortunately, the cause had yet to be identified.
As economic equality began to balance in the United States, so did the rise of developmental disorders in children. According to a U.S. Department of Education report (for which I regret was lost in my old computer) there was reported to be a 38,000% increase in developmental disorders, reported, in children, K-12 over a 10 year period, (1990-2000).
It was during this time that a team of UK researchers embarked on a 10 year longitudinal study of the adverse effects of thimerosal. Even though the results dismissed claims that there was nothing wrong with the preservative, the U.S. continued its usage, (according to the CDC, another document I lost in my old computer) the longitudinal study was still under replication.
The reason why is because thimerosal provided an extended shelf life for vaccinations, particularly those in inner city municipalities. In wealthier cities, the health departments banned its usage and returned the vaccinations to the suppliers. Unfortunately, smaller, or rather, poorer municipalities did not have the oversight resources to monitor or replace this type of preventive social care.
For those cities that were able to return the mercury weight-based vaccinations to the suppliers, the suppliers were able to turn, again, a hefty profit by distributing the vaccinations to poor African and Indian continents, as a public relations campaign.
For those poorer cities that could not afford to monitor or return, the vaccinations remained on the store shelves of the community health departments because the thimerosal extended the life of the vaccinations.
Eventually, the World Health Organization “encouraged” a ban under the Regan Administration. The result was a shift to an “artificial thimerosal” preservative that did not contain the 49.8% weight-based mercury. Basically, it was the same day, different story.
It must be noted that mercury-based vaccinations is not the only source of the suspected cause of autism. Heavy metal fall-out in traditionally high areas of factory industry, such as Detroit, have produced statistics as high as 1 in 10 male children having autism.
In California, there are reports of high levels of autism in resort areas due to the high levels of mercury found in fish, a result of industry.
There are substantiated and unsubstantiated stories that are floating around that pharmaceutical corporations have promulgated the developmental disorders in children for the purposes of profiting off of more anti-psychotropic medications for children. The majority of pharmaceutical corporations fund university research studies that develop and support new diagnoses and benefits of the drugs.
In summation, this is all how the term “Autism Vaccine” has come to be. Damned if you do; damned if you don’t.
|UPDATE: Former CPS worker found guilty of forgeryPosted: 06 Aug 2009 08:44 PM PDT
Former Sutter County Child Protective Services worker Sarah Jane Powell was found guilty today of three counts of felony forgery.
|Clinic says it warned L.A. County that boy might be an abuse victimPosted: 06 Aug 2009 08:22 PM PDT
|Foster mother charged with beating toddlersPosted: 06 Aug 2009 08:03 PM PDT
A foster mother, caring for two young children by the state Department of Children and Families after they were taken from their mother, was arrested Thursday for allegedly beating the children.
Marilyn Jones, 64, of Washington Avenue, was charged with two counts of third-degree assault and two counts of risk of injury to a minor. She was released after posting a $2,500 bond.
Note: How could this horrible person do this to these poor, sweet, innocent children?
|Attorney: Kiel girl, 17, jailed after foster home incidentPosted: 06 Aug 2009 07:52 PM PDT
A 17-year-old Kiel girl was jailed Wednesday after a physical altercation at a foster home, Assistant District Attorney Gail Prost said during the girl’s bail hearing.
|Officer’s Porn Arrest Could Taint Other CasesPosted: 06 Aug 2009 07:45 PM PDT
The Henry County Prosecutor’s Office is scouring cases worked by a New Castle police officer arrested on charges of child pornography.
|Controversial Doll Lets Little Girls Pretend to Breast-FeedPosted: 06 Aug 2009 12:31 PM PDT
A controversial new doll is leaving some parents wishing for the good old Cabbage Patch days.
|The myth of the underpaid foster parentPosted: 06 Aug 2009 10:52 AM PDT
The photo dominated the front page of The Arizona Republic Tuesday. Mom, Dad, their two kids sitting around the table saying a prayer before family dinner. The only nonwhite person at the table (seen from the back): One of the family’s foster children.
The huge headline above the photo: “Slashed foster payments make it HARDER TO HELP”
|RADish update from the Drama Queens, I mean Mama’sPosted: 06 Aug 2009 08:34 AM PDT
|Judge says he intends to approve foster care agreementPosted: 06 Aug 2009 07:02 AM PDT
A federal judge said Wednesday that he intends to approve a carefully constructed settlement agreement in L.J. v. Massinga, a decades-old case over the treatment of Baltimore foster children, but he delayed his decision to consider the state’s new argument that the long-standing court oversight should end altogether.
|Introduction: Ricky Holland’s storyPosted: 06 Aug 2009 06:24 AM PDT
On a raw January day in 2006, Tim Holland fell to his knees after leading police to the skeletal remains of his son Ricky in a Michigan swamp.
|Family services case manager sued for sexually assaulting minorPosted: 06 Aug 2009 05:47 AM PDT
A case manager at an Illinois not-for-profit that works with children and foster families is being accused of sexually assaulting and battering a program participant, according to a lawsuit filed in the Circuit Court of Cook County.
|Slain teen’s foster home questionedPosted: 06 Aug 2009 05:38 AM PDT
When the 15-year-old girl accused her father of abusing her, she was placed in a foster home while the allegations were investigated. That home was just two doors down.
|Rally organizers push for change in Oklahoma child welfare systemPosted: 06 Aug 2009 05:36 AM PDT
A group pushing to overhaul Oklahoma’s child welfare system will host its second rally in less than two weeks today at the Oklahoma County Juvenile Justice Center.
The rally will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the center, 5905 N Classen Blvd.
The rally is sponsored by the Oklahoma Family Rights Coalition, which has circulated initiative petitions twice this year calling for a public vote on overhauling the child welfare system.
|Local woman faces obstruction, assault chargesPosted: 06 Aug 2009 05:33 AM PDT
A Bartlesville woman is being held on $50,000 bond after police say she scuffled with authorities and threatened to throw her infant to the ground.
|New Castle cop arrested on child pornography chargesPosted: 06 Aug 2009 05:22 AM PDT
NEW CASTLE — A New Castle police officer has been charged with possessing and producing child pornography with a then-16-year-old girl with whom he allegedly had a sexual relationship.
Note: As a mandated reporter, he should have reported himself to CPS.