- CPS arrest
- The children who don’t matter to “Every Child Matters”
- A Suzanne Shell Story
- CHOOSE THE “WRONG” RELIGION, LOSE YOUR KIDS
- Mom Alleges ‘Waterboarding’ at School
- Minimum Wage as the Main Culprit of Child Poverty
- CPS Worker Charged with Sex Abuse
- Christian Adoption Consultants is having a sale!
- Job hunt harder for ex-inmates, foster care
- ‘They wanted to take away our child’
- The Pharmaceutical Industrial Complex: A Deadly Fairy Tale
- In Italy, a Mamma Accused of Doting Too Much
- What happens when the system fails troubled teens?
- Officials leery of proposed changes in foster care funding
- What do family courts have to hide?
- And the number 1 state in the country for selling children is 3rd in child abuse deaths.
- Child welfare expert defiant over Ofsted criticism
- Neb. Couple Fights Safe Haven Gag Order
- Child welfare agencies will soon be more transparent on serious abuse and neglect cases
- R.I. spends most in U.S. on child-abuse prevention
- Milwaukee agency gets $464,000 federal grant
- Fresno County Looking For More Sneaky Ways To Steal Children
- Time For CPS To Ring Another One Up…
- What Every Child Matters won’t tell you at their rally in Washington DC today
- Arkansas resident and former longtime Texas CPS worker charged with molesting 12 year old girl
|CPS arrestPosted: 21 Oct 2009 11:35 PM PDT
Mark Levrier worked with Texas Child Protective Services for 23 years before retiring in 2006.
|The children who don’t matter to “Every Child Matters”Posted: 21 Oct 2009 11:10 PM PDT
THE NET OF VOLUNTARY HELP TO FAMILIES SHOULD BE CAST WIDE. BUT THE NET OF COERCIVE INTERVENTION INTO FAMILIES SHOULD BE NARROW.
|A Suzanne Shell StoryPosted: 21 Oct 2009 11:12 PM PDT
I have a story to tell you.
A couple weeks ago our beloved Brenda came across the weight loss blog of a psychotic binge eating adoptive parent who called herself Lisa Eats Too Much Pizza, and who just happened to write a horrible blog post about her adopted children. (See Leesa’s WILL THEY ALLOW ANY NUT JOB TO ADOPT? post for more info on this. She did a wonderful job on this. Just can’t post it enough.)
Well, because Brenda posted the link to the newsgroup, and opened the subject for discussion, this Lisa Eats Too Much Pizza bitch flips her cookies, starts harassing several members of the newsgroup, including trying to blackmail Brenda with threats of legal action which, btw, are completely frivolous because Lisa had put all this information out there to begin with.
I personally deleted everything about her in the group at Lisa Eats Too Much Pizza’s request. I did try to help her, her response was more psychotic BS and threats and simply to drag me into it because I was there and cyberstalking, refusing to stop while she was a head, etc.
She joined the group under several names and started spouting off and was booted again and again. So I was forced to change the group status to start approving new members. She started sending all kinds of harassing emails to me, as well as a few other group members. She also contacted the child of one of the group members and started harassing her.
Then it came out that someone in the newsgroup was spying and sending our posts to Lisa Eats Too Much Pizza. I had my suspicions on who it was after Lisa Eats Too Much Pizza made a particular comment about the person being involved in a particular lawsuit against the American Family Rights Association. But it honestly didn’t make sense, and I had no real proof until yesterday when I posted a specific message to the newsgroup called the “Lisa Eats Too Much Pizza update.” I only posted this after the 20th email from this psycho that came before noon, which was nothing more then Lisa Eats Too Much Pizza bashing the hell out of and personally attacking Brenda.
Well not ten minutes later, Lisa Eats Too Much Pizza sends me back my post to the newsgroup, accusing me of being involved in some silly plot against her, only this time she forgot to remove the source info.
Here is the email address of the person who was spying on the newsgroup, sending information from the newsgroup to a person who was harassing various members of the newsgroup, and doesn’t even have the guts to admit it.
That my friends is not only the source of information for the psycho, but the personal email address of none other than Donna Suzanne Shell.
So why is Suzanne Shell spying on the newsgroup and sending our posts to a harassing psycho? I don’t know. I’m not going to speculate. I don’t really care.
I just got the proof that she did it.
Just sharing my experience that’s all.
|CHOOSE THE “WRONG” RELIGION, LOSE YOUR KIDSPosted: 21 Oct 2009 12:48 PM PDT
PRAYER REQUEST FOR ALAMO MINISTRY CHILDREN AND INFORMATION
|Mom Alleges ‘Waterboarding’ at SchoolPosted: 21 Oct 2009 11:57 AM PDT
Teacher’s aides severely abused special-needs children at a Montana school, the families of five students charge. One mother describes what her autistic son was subjected to as “waterboarding-like torture.”
|Minimum Wage as the Main Culprit of Child PovertyPosted: 21 Oct 2009 11:48 AM PDT
One in seven children in Wisconsin lives in poverty. Poverty decreases academic achievement, increases health risks (due to inadequate housing and medical coverage), and decreases factors that usually protect children. The main culprit of child poverty: minimum wage.
|CPS Worker Charged with Sex AbusePosted: 21 Oct 2009 11:18 AM PDT
Mark Levrier, a former Austin Child Protective Services worker, had been arrested in Alaska for sexual abuse of a minor. Police believe there may be more victims.
|Christian Adoption Consultants is having a sale!Posted: 21 Oct 2009 11:14 AM PDT
Check it out.
|Job hunt harder for ex-inmates, foster carePosted: 21 Oct 2009 11:02 AM PDT
These are tough times for all job seekers, but for former prisoners and young adults leaving foster care, employment is particularly elusive.
|‘They wanted to take away our child’Posted: 21 Oct 2009 10:58 AM PDT
Since the death of Baby Peter, state applications to put children into care has risen by almost 50%, and innocent families are suffering.
Note: Every time a kid dies, the answer is to pump more money into the system. More workers, more training, more foster homes, more this more that, more money for the system sucks…
|The Pharmaceutical Industrial Complex: A Deadly Fairy TalePosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:51 AM PDT
It has been a particularly bad month for the pharmaceutical industrial complex in its ongoing litigations in American courts. Among the main pharmaceutical headlines, Merck’s Gardasil vaccine for HPV, now being widely administered to pre-teens, was found to be linked to amyltrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease; following a $1.4 billion fine in promoting one of its blockbuster drugs Zyprexa off-label, deceptive correspondence was uncovered by Eli Lilly gaming the system again by promoting another one of its drugs, Cymbalta, off-label for fibromyalgia; AstraZeneca was fined $160 million for scamming the Medicaid system in Kentucky after being fined $215 million for ripping off Alabama; Glaxo lost a Pennsylvania trial for failing to warn doctors and pregnant women of the dangers of its antidepressant drug Paxil related to birth defects; and Pfizer scored a record-breaking fine of $2.3 billion for illegally marketing several drugs over the years: Bextra, Zyvox, Geodon and Lyrica. These kinds of charges, among the many others, have become a habit for drug makers for the past dozen years.
|In Italy, a Mamma Accused of Doting Too MuchPosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:39 AM PDT
In the idealized picture of the American heartland, baseball, mom and apple pie feature prominently. The Italian version? Soccer, spaghetti and, yes, la mamma. But in recent years, the folkloric image of the doting Italian mother has been joined in the national consciousness by something a tad less idyllic: the mammone, or mama’s boy, the hyper-coddled son (daughters are statistically less susceptible) who grows up so attached to his home, and to his mamma in particular, that he never really becomes independent or a self-sufficient man.
|What happens when the system fails troubled teens?Posted: 21 Oct 2009 10:38 AM PDT
Adolescence is a time of mandatory turbulence. But there’s more to teen doldrums than growing pains, warns the author of a new study on adolescent depression and anxiety – and its insidious effects can range from poor test scores to threats to school safety.
|Officials leery of proposed changes in foster care fundingPosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:36 AM PDT
Huron County officials said Tuesday that a proposed change to the state’s Department of Human Services budget could result in additional costs next year.
|What do family courts have to hide?Posted: 21 Oct 2009 10:32 AM PDT
UK justice secretary Jack Straw has recently announced plans to open up the notoriously secretive family justice system to the public gaze. The Schools and Safeguarding Children Bill, due to come before parliament in November, will include provisions to allow the social workers involved in court cases to be named by the press, and to allow more substantial reporting of the substance of the case, rather than merely being permitted to report a case’s gist.
|And the number 1 state in the country for selling children is 3rd in child abuse deaths.Posted: 21 Oct 2009 10:29 AM PDT
Child welfare advocates said the child abuse death rate in the United States is an embarrassment, and that states like Florida need to do more to stop it.
|Child welfare expert defiant over Ofsted criticismPosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:27 AM PDT
Simmering resentment erupts in wake of Ofsted’s criticism of reports produced by children’s services
|Neb. Couple Fights Safe Haven Gag OrderPosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:24 AM PDT
The parents say the order has kept them from participating in discussions to improve the state’s child-welfare system.
|Child welfare agencies will soon be more transparent on serious abuse and neglect casesPosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:23 AM PDT
Note: Uh huh…
Wisconsin’s child welfare agencies will soon have to tell us a lot more about the way they handle deaths and injuries caused by child abuse and neglect.
|R.I. spends most in U.S. on child-abuse preventionPosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:20 AM PDT
According to a new report that shows a sharp rise in child-abuse and neglect deaths between 2001 and 2007, Rhode Island spends more per capita — $181 — than any other state on child-welfare services aimed at preventing such deaths. South Carolina spends the least: $15 per capita.
|Milwaukee agency gets $464,000 federal grantPosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:13 AM PDT
The Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare will get $464,000 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Note: Good, now if they will kindly drop $1 Million Dollars into my PayPal account so I can quit my job and do nothing but work on Legally Kidnapped for the rest of my life, I’d greatly appreciate it.
|Fresno County Looking For More Sneaky Ways To Steal ChildrenPosted: 21 Oct 2009 10:01 AM PDT
Finally after repeatedly raising the alarm about her grandkids’ treatment, cps moved in.
|Time For CPS To Ring Another One Up…Posted: 21 Oct 2009 09:58 AM PDT
“What is the difference between Child Protective Services and a Rottweiler?”
“It’s a lot easier to get your kids back from a Rottweiler!”
|What Every Child Matters won’t tell you at their rally in Washington DC todayPosted: 21 Oct 2009 09:51 AM PDT
The most important thing that Every Child Matters will not tell you today is that more children are abused and die in foster care and under the care of Child Protective Services than they are with their own family. Check out Bill Bowen’s documentary Innocence Destroyed if you think that Child Protective Services does a good job protecting children.
|Arkansas resident and former longtime Texas CPS worker charged with molesting 12 year old girlPosted: 21 Oct 2009 09:49 AM PDT
According to KTTU.com and the Anchorage Daily News, a 52 year old resident of Quitman, Arkansas, Mark LeVrier, was arrested for sexually abusing a minor while helping her family move to Alaska. LeVrier, who once resided in Lockhart, Texas, worked for 23 years for Child Protective Services in Austin, Texas, and the police believe that he may have molested other minors.