Mandatory Video Taping of All CPS Workers

qQxhAfhxVBWoQRD-580x326-noPad[1]I live in Phoenix Arizona. What has happened to my two daughters makes me beyond terror-stricken! My daughters, age 12 and 10 were snatched from their hospital beds by CPS under false allegations, (just 18 days after our family had dismissed their GI doctor for neglect.) Unjustly removed from their feeding tubes they have now lost over 25% and 17% of their body weight! Still stuck in the system 6 months later and suffering, many continue to speculate what happened. But one thing we know for sure is that the Hospital and CPS workers who removed them, could have had a camera or a body cam to record the incident -- a camera that could have prevented the incident or given us clear information about what happened.

I won't accept that my daughters are suffering in vain. That is why I am asking for the Maricopa County CPS/ DCSFS division be the first to require that all workers and visitation supervisors who come in any contact with the public, children and their families be required to wear body cameras at all times. I am asking that part of the 60 million dollars that was received from Obama, for that division, be used to fund this project. Within 6 months I am asking that every county with a CPS/ DCSFS division in Arizona be fitted and operational with such devices.

Requiring CPS workers/ visitation supervisors to wear cameras would come with many benefits. The cameras would cost a few hundreds dollars each and would:

-Provide greater transparency and a constant third party witness
-Enhance motivation to act lawfully and truthfully
-Reduce the number of lawsuits and increase dismissed lawsuits with digital evidence
-Increase citizen's trust of his/her CPS division thanks to recorded actions
- In addition to clarify allegations against the accused party(s) the initial tape must entail a verbal reading of the initial complaint even if redacted.

-Lawyers should also be able to subpoena these immediately with the client receiving them within 24 hours for the initial tape, and 3 business days thereafter, with a fee of no more than $2.

"Police departments nationwide are using or testing on-body cameras and they're reportedly reducing police misconduct. When the Rialto Police Department in California adopted cameras, the number of complaints filed against officers fell by 88 percent and the use of force by officers fell by almost 60 percent. Other municipalities that have employed these cameras have seen a sharp drop in complaints and misconduct." -Require Ferguson and St. Louis County and City police officers to wear body cameras (Petittion)

Wrongful-death suit filed against DSS, foster parent in Charleston infant’s death

Former DSS Director Lillian Koller

Former DSS Director Lillian Koller

By all accounts, the birth of Aiden Dean Clark was nothing short of miraculous.

His mother, wheelchair-bound from spina bifida, had miscarried three times before Aiden was born July 7, 2011.

The hopeful beginnings of new life in the family came to an abrupt end less than two weeks later after state social workers removed him from his parents' Charleston home.

They had placed Aiden with a foster mother after allegations of abuse surfaced against his father shortly after the baby's birth. Aiden died 15 days later.

Aiden's parents stood by the then-brain dead infant at Medical University Hospital as doctors turned off the machines keeping him alive. His father held Aiden's tiny foot as the baby took his final breaths.

Ellen Babb, an attorney for the family, said this didn't have to happen. A wrongful death lawsuit she filed last week in Charleston County alleges Aiden essentially suffocated after the foster mother left him alone in a sweater box instead of a crib.

The suit is the latest in a string of setbacks for the beleaguered state Department of Social Services, which has been the subject of widespread criticism regarding its practices and child deaths that have occurred on its watch.

Former DSS Director Lillian Koller and the foster mother, Jennie Downard, 71, of North Charleston, are both named as defendants in the suit. Aiden's parents weren't identified in the court documents.

Charleston County Coroner Rae Wooten said she can't say whether the baby died as a result of the foster mother's actions. A lengthy and thorough investigation conducted by her office failed to determine a manner or cause of death, she said.

"Whatever Ellen Babb alleged in her complaint is what she believes to be the case," Wooten said. "It's not necessarily based in fact."

No criminal charges were filed in the case, North Charleston police spokesman Spencer Pryor said.

"As a result of our investigation at the time, there was no evidence presented to show any intentional and harmful acts, nor was there any probable cause to lead to criminal charges in this incident," Pryor said.

DSS spokeswoman Marilyn Matheus would not speak directly to the allegations in the suit, but she defended the decision to remove Aiden from the parents' home.

Read More at: Wrongful-death suit filed against DSS, foster parent in Charleston infant's death

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Estill mother accused of starving adopted six-year-old

estill_county_woman_accused_of_starving_adopted_child_2014-05-15_8b92c1[1]ESTILL COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Police say Lisa Wolfe, 55, brought her 6-year-old adopted son to the hospital in January, where he was soon diagnosed with being malnourished. Police launched an investigation that ended with Wolfe being put in jail.

Police say Wolfe adopted the 6-year-old boy and 7 and 9-year-old girls after first being their foster mother. Police say their investigation shows that the 6 year old had been starved, and the girls the subject of cruel confinement.

What's even more troubling is that the police say the boy had special needs; neighbors say he was seen in a wheelchair. They also say the girls also had disabilities.

All three are now in the custody of other foster parents.

Wolfe faces one count of criminal abuse first degree on the allegations against the 6 year old by the allegations regarding the other children carry misdemeanor charges of criminal abuse third.

Wolfe was lodged in the Wolfe County jail on a $50,000 bond. She did not want to talk to the news media about her charges.

Video at : WKYT

Special Report on CPS Sponsored Child Abductions: CPS Insiders Blow the Whistle

CPS-kidnapped-600x338[1]I am presently in touch with two former CPS agents, one senior analyst for a war college and two mainstream publications who are investigating many of the same allegations that I am going to bring forth in the next two articles. For now, I am not publishing names, however, this may soon change and names and exact positions may indeed be identified.

Disturbing Reports from CPS Insiders

I was recently contacted by a pair of former CPS agents who became thoroughly disgusted with the present state of affairs.  Initially, I was told that Dave, you are spot on with your assessment regarding the nature and intent of CPS’s planned enforcement of the concern’s delineated in the manual entitled, “Child Neglect: A Guide for Prevention Assessment, and Intervention”.

One of the CPS agents  proceeded to use the term “concerns” because this manual merely provides a very subjective coverage of the “definition” of neglect/abuse/children and its subsequent impact. The issues detailed in this “user manual” will be enforced using Obamacare as a legal means to carry out what amounts to tyranny. This is exactly what I recently reported on my website.

The Prime Directive of CPS Is To Steal Children

Both CPS agents admitted to the fact that they were very familiar with the tactics and strategies utilized by the modern day CPS’ as they attempt to seize as many children as possible. The CPS (Obamacare) “user manual” was designed “so as to give broad authoritarian powers to CPS caseworkers.

Both CPS agents stated that  they witnessed many of the cases they investigated as trivial or, “merely parental oversight” and not worthy of CPS intervention and child seizure. Some CPS caseworkers would issue “founded allegations of parental neglect ”for something as trivial as one ounce of marijuana that was mistakenly found by their child”.  The other former agent stated that they watched co-workers fabricate allegations by citing signs of “child neglect” as they would report that the children were allowed to roam the streets all hours of the day and night even though no such report had been reported to CPS. Neglect allegations are the fall back position of a CPS agent and are usually “all made up”.

CPS Has a Quota System For Child Theft

According to one of CPS informants, they had a quota system just like cops do with the only difference being difference that kids were going to be stolen instead of citizens merely receiving speeding tickets.

Overzealous teachers and doctors proved to be fertile sources of reporting parental wrongdoing. State laws mandate that teachers and doctors must report all suspected parental wrongdoing. Once CPS received such a report, there was a good chance that a child was going to be removed from the home as “arrangements would be made for transfer of “temporary custody” before the CPS agents ever left the office to visit the home. One of the CPS agents complained that her supervisors operated on an informal quota system.” If 100 child abuse/neglect were reported, 75 children were going to be taken from their mothers”.      

The Joy of Inflicting Misery

One of the CPS agents is married and has children. She claims that she was in the extreme minority as most of her fellow caseworkers were “overweight lesbians with no children”. Repeatedly, this agent observed a total lack of empathy from the CPS caseworkers for the mothers who would lose their children. Some of her fellow caseworkers would act with glee at the prospect of removing a child and it was often a cause of celebration at the nearby pub during happy hour, where the agents would toast each other for their “accomplishments”. The glee from these CPS agents did not come from the satisfaction of saving a child from neglect and abuse, it was more like the joy a hunter gets from killing the hunted. “The more fear and misery inflicted on the mother”, the more joyful the job of being a CPS worker became for these monsters that would steal other people’s children!”

One of the CPS caseworkers complained that  “the opinions of the predominately liberal, authoritarian, overweight female staff will drive the case in any manner they choose, literally. Most CPS offices divide their CPS staff as follows: (1) CPS screeners – these are the people that take “anonymous” phone calls (they know the identity of the caller, you won’t) of alleged abuse/neglect and make a determination as to whether sending out a (2) CPS intake caseworker is warranted. If so, the CPS intake caseworker will go out and conduct home/school/work interviews and make a determination if (a) a case will be opened and the child will be removed and placed into CPS custody (with extended family, friends of the family or a foster home), or if (b) a case will be opened and the child will remain in parental custody, with CPS oversight. In both scenarios, the intake CPS caseworker will schedule a court hearing that provides evidence for bringing the child or children into custody. At this point, the child or children become Wards of the state. From this point, parents will be billed by the state for custodial services which include all related caretaking expenses. Shortly following this hearing, a meeting is held at the CPS office to pass the case to an (3) ongoing CPS caseworker. The ongoing CPS caseworker will formulate a service agreement after psychological testing is completed. In all cases, parents and their child(ren) are required to undergo psychological testing. Adults are administered the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) and children are administered the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale. Technically, this test can be used for people up to age 23. Complete psychological profiles on all parties are obtained and placed in the family’s case file. These psychological profiles determine if anyone has mental disorders and recommend “appropriate treatment”. Based on the psychological profiles, the CPS ongoing caseworker will determine what kind of services will be required and those services are detailed in the service agreement: domestic violence counseling, counseling for “personality disorders”, alcohol/drug treatment, sex abuse counseling and or a no-contact order between parent(s) and the child; among the parents; or relatives and the child. Violation of the service agreement results in some pretty heavy-handed action. The state will offer to pay for the psychological testing, because once they do, the psychological profiles remain property of the state. If you ever find yourself in this situation, don’t let the state pay for this. The state will ONLY USE CPS friendly mental health professionals who will side with the state in a Court of Law. The state WILL USE YOUR PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE AGAINST YOU!! Secure your own mental health professional so that you retain the rights to your personal information. Beware, because several CPS caseworkers also double as MSW, MA, MS, Psy.D., or Ph.D. “counselors”. Often times, CPS caseworkers attend school to earn these credentials while maintaining employment as CPS caseworkers and open up a “counseling business” on the side to earn extra money while they double dip at taxpayers’ expense and they actually make money from taking other people’s children”.

This Is How They Steal Your Children

The entire mental health system associated with CPS is tilted in the direction of labeling the parent as mentally ill with the one goal of child removal from the home. One former CPS agent produced an account of how your children are stolen and this very graphic individual account was offered:

“With the revision in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), published by the American Psychiatric Association, the scope for mental health disorders” has expanded dramatically. Dave Hodges actually wrote about this a few days ago. Also, Alex Jones has covered the abuses of CPS and mental health professionals” at great length. Both Dave Hodges and Alex Jones are 100% accurate. This is scary sh*t people.

Depending on the opinion of the CPS ongoing caseworker and the “progress” of the family, determined by several Family Decision Meetings, Court Hearings and Citizen Review Board Hearings (yep, that’s right, members of the community actually weigh in on what they feel is best for the child. Socialist Melissa Harris-Perry’s wet dream was being practiced in 2009 when I worked for CPS ) the case will either be closed or transferred to a CPS permanency case worker. The CPS permanency case worker will determine if the child(ren) will remain in foster care indefinitely, go up for adoption, return to their parents, or if the parents will be subjected to a Termination of Parental Rights Trial (TPR). Here, the CPS permanency case worker provides an opinion based on all the previous evidence gathered throughout the life of the case, including the heavily weighted psychological profile and makes an “appropriate recommendation”. Keep in mind, that a Court will issue a ruling based on the case worker’s recommendation 99.99% of the time. If the CPS permanency caseworker determines; based on their opinion, that a TPR trial is warranted, one is scheduled and the state IS ALWAYS successful in terminating the parental rights of the child(ren). Often times, the receiving foster parents are very quick to get a “disabled” diagnosis for their newly acquired foster child(ren), whether it exists or doesn’t exist – because the state pays them up to three-times the normal rate for care. The state might pay foster parents $1100.00 per month, per child for caretaking expenses for a non-disabled child(ren) (and then bills the parents for more than this). The state will pay up to $3300.00 per month, per child for “disabled” children.

The definition of a “disabled” child can range from severe mental and or physical disabilities to ADHD. Any subsequent child(ren) that this couple has, automatically become Wards of the state and the parental rights are automatically terminated. In this situation; the state, more specifically, the CPS caseworker is not obligated to illustrate reasonable efforts at reunifying the child(ren) with their parent(s). This is the only exception to bypassing “reunification” efforts. Herein lies the problem, the opinion of the CPS caseworker drives this entire process. So, one caseworker might find parents’ actions “egregious” enough to make a recommendation for a TPR trial, whereas another caseworker might return subsequent children to the same parents who had their previous children subjected to TPR trials… I elected to work on a reunification plan, and against the advice of my supervisor, co-workers, foster parents, Citizens Review Board, and caseworkers from other counties who dealt with this family, I returned the child back where he belonged, to his parents. My supervisor accused me of using “cowboy” tactics in the field. She was right, I did in fact use cowboy tactics to ensure that this child returned to his parents”.

How much more graphic does it get? The goal of the CPS is to steal your child and terminate your parental rights regardless of how benign the situation may be. These facts lead to the following advice from one the agents:

“If CPS appears at your door, don’t answer the door. If your children are not home-schooled, you should really seriously consider home-schooling your children. But, if they are subjected to the public or private school system, train them NOT TO TALK TO STRANGERS. Because CPS will show up at your child’s school and CPS will interview them without your knowledge or consent and CPS will remove your child from school without your knowledge or consent”.  

How to Minimize Your Exposure to the Greatest Kidnapping Ring in America

cps 2Again, one of the CPS agents has some very pointed advice on how to avoid being a victim of your state’s CPS:

“You need to have a family action plan on what to do in case of emergencies, this includes CPS tyranny emergencies. ALWAYS obtain passports for all of your children. If your children are under the age of 18, both parent’s signatures are required for passports. Here’s why all children need passports. Marriages occur in churches, divorces don’t. If, for some strange reason you and your loving spouse’s relationship is on the rocks, or you’re embroiled in a bitter custody dispute where the odds are stacked against you; you might need an international escape plan.

Where would you go? Whatever you do, don’t flee to Hague Convention countries listed on this link http://adoption.state.gov/hague_convention/countries.php. These countries have an agreement with the U.S. government to return all missing children to their respective countries. This means if you’ve fled the country for the sake of your child and end up in one of these countries listed, you can expect to get arrested by the local military or police if they locate you. If you must flee, choose a Non-Hague Convention country, preferably bordering other Non-Hague Convention countries. If you choose this option, it will be necessary to go “ghost”. You’ll need to cut all forms of communication ties with all family, friends, acquaintances, enemies, current employers, past employers, etc. Get my drift?”

More Disturbing Revelations

The other CPS agent said she had proof that the Arlington and Fairfax, VA courts are trafficking in children as a result of these previously described cases. The National Defense University (NDU), one of the premiere war colleges, is being implicated as well for being complicit in these practices.

Finally, I have emerging information that ties some of these events into the murder of Ambassador Stevens at Benghazi. It seems that Stevens murder was not just a case of covering up arms for al-Qaeda, just prior to the 2012 election.  Further, I am in touch with a senior analyst for the NDU who is providing me with collaborating evidence.

I realize that I am on dangerous ground. Therefore, for my own protection, I have indeed disseminated much of this information and will begin to report on these issue in my next article in which I am going to fully excavate the proverbial rabbit hole.

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Missouri bill lengthens child abuse investigations

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers have given final approval to legislation that would give social workers more time to complete investigations into child abuse and neglect.

The House voted 139-2 on Tuesday to send the measure to Gov. Jay Nixon. The Senate passed it earlier this month.

Current law stipulates that investigations involving children must be completed within 30 days. The bill would give the Department of Social Services up to 45 days to submit a report after first hearing allegations of abuse and neglect.

Sponsoring Rep. Bill Lant, a Pineville Republican, says these serious investigations shouldn't be rushed and added that the current timetable puts a strain on department staff.

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Investigations is HB 1092

Online:

Legislature: http://www.moga.mo.gov

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