Up on Ration Shed – Egroup and BLOG – with thanks to Christina Illsley – USA – Montana – Great Falls – Signed Equal Pet. Feb09
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WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT – Investigating the deaths of over 1000 children per year in the custody of various states.
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They are the stories no one wants to hear — children, abused and neglected, some to the point of death.Many of them must leave their families to go into shelters or foster care. Often these children leave their homes with only a garbage bag to hold their clothes and favorite toys, the most are routinely tossed from one temporary placement to another, often ten or twenty times during their most formative, vulnerable years.This is the continuing saga of crimes against Foster children. Children are dying, inside and out…
CHRISTINA DAWN ILLSLEY
CHILDREN AND FAMILY RIGHTS ACTIVIST
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CORRUPTION OF CALIFORNIA COURTS CONTINUES
Sturgeon v County of Los Angeles
Judges paid by LA County for illegal rulings to steal children, property and assets
County of Los Angeles – who was paying Ca. judges an extra and illegal $46,000 a year on top of their state salary of $178,000., when the payments by California counties were ruled unconstitutional in the Sturgeon v County of Los Angeles case in October last year, Chief Justice George hired a lobbyist at $9,000 a month – from taxpayers no less – to bludgeon the state legislature to pass a bill in February of this year in the dead of night, to allow counties to continue those payments and to grant retroactive immunity to all those who had been receiving those payments for the last 20 years. Just in Los Angeles County alone, that amount is estimated to be about $300 hundred million out of the pockets of taxpayers.. In the rest of California, that amount could well be in the $1 billion range.