- CPS is destroying my family right here in Davidson County!
- 2 clients claim Knoxville attorney does nothing after retainer fees
- Lawmakers must fund advocates for children
- Court Monitor: CFSA’s Foster Care Still Fails
- Local Foster Parent Accused of Abusing Children
- Doctor’s error leads to false accusation in Tenerife ‘rape’ case
- In My Opinion…CPS Does Not Always Follow The Law
- Unlawful confinement and abduction of students by school officials
- Lost in the shuffle
- How to Report the Crisis Among Foster Kids Who ‘Age Out’
- Welcome to ChildWelfarenet the online home of the Barton Child Law and Policy Clinic, a part of the Emory University School of Law.
- The BIOCLAIM™ Solution
- Hunter family plans to foster to adopt through DHR
- Many Ways To Die From Psychiatric Drugs
- Meet River North’s friendly homeless man
- SA faces major crisis over Aids orphans
- Anybody want a kid?
|CPS is destroying my family right here in Davidson County!Posted: 01 Dec 2009 04:36 AM PST
This is happening to me and many families all over the country. There are some parents that live in their cars, in tents at friends garage. There is state monies to aid with food and somehow we can all find clothes from the church donation, or neighbor that has a child that grew out of them while we try to get back on our feet…after the mortgage company foreclosed, or whatever the personal situation is.
|2 clients claim Knoxville attorney does nothing after retainer feesPosted: 01 Dec 2009 04:33 AM PST
If you’ve ever needed a civil issue resolved legally, the best advice is to hire an attorney to win your case. But several people have called 6 On Your Side to complain about an attorney they say has done little to help win their cases.
|Lawmakers must fund advocates for childrenPosted: 01 Dec 2009 04:28 AM PST
Note: That’s right. Now if you would kindly put One Million Dollars into my paypal account so that I can quit my job and do nothing but work on Legally Kidnapped for the rest of my life…
I’d greatly appreciate it.
|Court Monitor: CFSA’s Foster Care Still FailsPosted: 01 Dec 2009 04:22 AM PST
AG Peter Nickles push to have the city’s child welfare system removed from federal court oversight has hit a road block. In a very non-shocking report [PDF] released today, the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) has found huge gaps in CFSA’s foster-care system.
|Local Foster Parent Accused of Abusing ChildrenPosted: 01 Dec 2009 04:10 AM PST
Walter Hammond, 38, is charged with three counts of Aggravated Battery of a Child, causing permanent disfigurement.
|Doctor’s error leads to false accusation in Tenerife ‘rape’ casePosted: 30 Nov 2009 12:14 PM PST
Note: Dee Dee Dee!!!
An erroneous medical report led to a man being accused of the rape and murder of a three-year-old girl in Tenerife last week.
|In My Opinion…CPS Does Not Always Follow The LawPosted: 30 Nov 2009 12:05 PM PST
|Unlawful confinement and abduction of students by school officialsPosted: 30 Nov 2009 11:55 AM PST
A must see video for teachers and school officials regarding the unethical and often unlawful intrusion into schools by child welfare protection workers. Child protection agencies are working hard to get their workers into schools and to turn schools into interrogation centers while misleading school officials into believing that they are doing this to help children and their families. In reality, child protection workers are interfering with the education of our children and causing more harm than good.
|Lost in the shufflePosted: 30 Nov 2009 11:36 AM PST
Death of local foster child sheds light on statewide problem
|How to Report the Crisis Among Foster Kids Who ‘Age Out’Posted: 30 Nov 2009 11:16 AM PST
Stories about foster care have to be among the most difficult pieces that local reporters try to pull together. And yet when journalists do the hard work of making contacts and building trust, they can shed light on critically important problems.
|Welcome to ChildWelfarenet the online home of the Barton Child Law and Policy Clinic, a part of the Emory University School of Law.Posted: 30 Nov 2009 11:13 AM PST
Check this out.
|The BIOCLAIM™ SolutionPosted: 30 Nov 2009 11:36 AM PST
So far, the public awareness, or rather the public concern, in Medicaid fraud, let alone Medicaid fraud in child welfare has been dearth. Little or nothing comes up in the media acknowledging this issue even exists. The most I have come across is a policy position from the White House and a Wall Street Journal article.
|Hunter family plans to foster to adopt through DHRPosted: 30 Nov 2009 10:40 AM PST
Well Whoop De Freekin Doo!
You know every now and then I just want to puke my guts out from some of the bullshit I come across. So let me spell this out for you people.
You are being lied to!You are being misled!And the fact that idiots like the Hunters here fall for the lies and propaganda that spouts forth from the television and newspapers, effects me, my family and my rights as a parent. So I have no problem whatsoever saying what I am about to say. It is simply of no fault of my own that most people are ignorant of the realities associated with the Child Protective Industry. And it is of no fault of my own that many will act upon the lies and propaganda in ways that help the industry to move forward in it’s agenda of destroying families for profit.
On top of that, people with absolutely no knowledge of that reality or no prior experience with the Child Protective Industry and Fostering or Adoption should not be used as examples in foster parent recruitment campaigns.
Here’s the article entitled: Hunter family plans to foster to adopt through DHR.
Michael and Stephanie Hunter have two children, but the Rainbow City couple hope
The Hunters just completed the Group Preparation and Selection program through the Etowah County Department of Human Resources and are ready to open their home by fostering to adopt.
So DHR sucked them in, but how did they do this?
The decision to foster to adopt is not one the Hunters made without first talking to their daughter, Peyton, 9, and son, Keegan, 7.
The Hunters learned they were not able to have more children a couple of years after Keegan was born, but soon knew they wanted a bigger family.
And they’d just as soon steal your kid because they fell for the lies and propaganda of the Child Protective Industries Foster Parent Recruitment Campaign.
Michael and Stephanie began to think about adoption, but they learned quickly a private adoption, either in the United States or from another country, was expensive.
Especially if they want a healthy white infant right? Minorities are often given at a discount you know. Ask Karalee.
“We looked into the cost and realized right away that we couldn’t afford it,” Stephanie said. “It had never crossed our minds to foster.”
So here it is people. The # 1 reason suckers like this will adopt through foster care. It’s comparatively cheap, and you can even make a buck or two off of it. But what about the drawbacks?
Then several families were put in their paths who led them to consider fostering to adopt through DHR.
Stephanie home-schools Peyton and Keegan, and she knew several foster families in the home-school community.
Who either haven’t told them about the realities or the difficulties of adopting through foster care or were flat out lied to. Maybe they should go talk to Mothering 4 Money who clearly stated, “I put nothing past them anymore, absolutely NOTHING.”
“Now it doesn’t scare us as much,” she said.
Well, wont they be in for a big surprise.
“God really got hold of our hearts,” Michael said. “We said, ‘Who are we to close our home to any child?’”
It wasn’t God who got a hold of your hearts Michael. It was the Child Protective Industry and they are about to suck you into a world gone mad.
Children in the custody of DHR have been removed from their homes because of
A few have, most have been stolen from loving families because some sick power tripping social wrecker, while in an effort to boost her career, identified the family as an easy target and cut the kids off from their roots.
The Hunters still were thinking about the possibility when Keegan’s prayer one night led them to know it was time to get serious about fostering to adopt.
“One of the key things was God letting us know it was the right time,”
Stephanie said she explained to him she and Michael no longer could have
Perhaps God thought they had enough children. Just a thought…
“‘God can give us babies,” Keegan told them.
Yet they choose to take one from the Devil.
Before making the final decision, the Hunters talked to their children.
“We knew he (Keegan) would be the one to get on board,” Michael said. “Our daughter has always been the mothering kind. Her heart has always been there for other children.”
And so they’re sucking her into it too.
Once the Hunters decided to foster to adopt, they met with case workers at DHR to begin the process. They had to have fingerprints taken and sign up for GPS classes.
“It was fun to get to meet a lot of different people that have stories similar to ours,” she said.
And they put them all together, sort of like the loonies in a nut house. I wonder if they warned them about people like me who have an entirely different take on it all.
Each class addresses some aspect of fostering to adopt that helps parents prepare for the addition to their families, whether it be with foster children or children they adopt.
I wonder if they learned any of the negatives, such as children coming into their home damaged from being bounced around in the system with issues pertaining to attachment disorders or violent outbursts, just to name a couple.
“There were so many things that we just weren’t aware of,” Stephanie said. “There are so many kids that don’t have their basic needs met. This brought us back to the basics.”
And there are so many things that they’re just not telling you too.
Now the Hunters are just waiting for the call from DHR that places a child in their care.
And she’s probably sitting by the phone desperately hoping for your child of her own, desperately hoping for some kid to be abused and neglected so that she can get her hands on the new little love of her life. These people don’t even care where the kids comes from. They don’t care how the parents feel, or that there may be a grandmother out there who is fighting to get custody. She doesn’t even care what the state has done to the family. She just wants to get her hands on a sweet innocent little baby.
“We’re so thankful that God put it in our hearts to allow more kids into our home,” Stephanie said.
Only because you haven’t experienced the bullshit of CPS first hand yet. I’d really like to see how long these suckers will last.
The Hunters have agreed to take siblings, but have requested not to keep children older than 3.
Yeah, never mind the kids who have been lingering in foster care or anything. Never mind the kids who desperately need a forever home and will age out with nothing. Never mind the fact that the older kids are the ones who really need you, right?
Just get the babies. That’s all these people want.
“Ever how much God decides to grow our family is fine with us,” Stephanie said. “We’re open to whatever child God puts in our path.”
Then let God put one there. If the child protective industry gives you one, you’re in for it.
For more information about fostering or adoption through DHR, go to (correction) http://www.LegallyKidnapped.blogspot.com.
|Many Ways To Die From Psychiatric DrugsPosted: 30 Nov 2009 07:55 AM PST
Yet they feed them to foster children like candy. It’s in their best interest you know.
|Meet River North’s friendly homeless manPosted: 30 Nov 2009 07:23 AM PST
Bernard Payne abides. Alone. On the street. It’s almost always been that way.
“My mom left me on a doorstep when I was 3,” he says. “Only went to school ’til eighth grade. Foster parents left me when I was 17.
|SA faces major crisis over Aids orphansPosted: 30 Nov 2009 07:18 AM PST
While South Africa’s HIV-infection rate may have stabilised, experts warn that the country’s slow response to the pandemic has triggered a time bomb that may leave one in three children orphaned.
|Anybody want a kid?Posted: 30 Nov 2009 07:12 AM PST
Carmen, 13, says he enjoys engaging in hands-on activities because he learns better that way. He delights in taking objects apart to see how they work. He also likes to garden and his foster mother says that he does great work in their big yard. Carmen loves trying new foods and he is learning to cook with the help of his foster mother.
Note: Some child marketing for you this morning.