Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents

Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents When Child Protective Services received a complaint that a Harris County father had choked his teenage daughter, caseworker Michelle Robinson said she hurried to the house, conducted a thorough investigation, determined there … Continue reading

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Video: Understanding The Legal Name


Video: Understanding The Legal Name

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ATTENTION: Lawyer, Judge, Government Agent/employee, Police, Common Man etc. et al/any/all who serve as a fictional LEGAL NAME/TITLE/I.D.-ENTITY (pronounced phonetically example: “leg-all enemy”((N-AM-E), “tit-El”/Luciferian)) character in the legal world reality;

Author’s note where the “author” is defined as anyone who uses these words as their’s where truth cannot be “copyrighted”, merely shared by agreement and these words are theirs, regardless of “who” wrote the words ab initio where truth belongs to all in CONCEPTUAL (heart and mind written, causal, not the physical “written” form, effectual.), where this writing/righting/riting is written (spelled out) in language understandable to both those in and out of the LEGAL NAME FRAUD profession/reality where the common understanding of this fraud and crime against humanity and creation is visible both in laymen’s and legal terms, not to be confused by the intent of the reader where the “author’s” (the intentions thereof/therein) intentions are crystal clear: i.e. legal word/world wranglers and twisters of “HEARINGS” where it is spelled out henceforth/herein with all potential(s) of phonics deception(s) hereby and therefore, removed, ad infinitum;

For example, a phonics deception is, where one thing is SPOKEN by a non-B.A.R. member (general public/any/all legal name users without B.A.R. affiliation(s)/permission(s)), only to be re-spelled differently by any/all B.A.R. members under assumption and presumption to corrupt the ORIGINAL INTENT of the one speaking versus spelling it out, and why a FRAUDULENT, by deliberate design, LEGAL NAME non-B.A.R. member has no voice in the legal dead reality: in other words, one’s words, spoken, cannot be altered from the speaker’s ORIGINAL TRUE INTENT as to what they mean versus what the one HEARING the spoken form of the words hears, and then, corrupts them, and their SPOKEN words, by using alternative spellings under assumption/presumption of the SAME SOUND homonyms, with completely different “definition(s)” using this spelling trickery to undo them and gain the HONOUR advantage where no honour in them exists and the non-BAR member is rendered in a state of perpetual DISHONOUR unknowingly: i.e. twists them, the non-BAR member speaking/ their spoken words SPOKEN, backwards/around/opposes/negates/corrupts the SPEAKER’S original intent, to initiate and perpetrate/instigate FRAUD against them to enable “imaginary crimes” to profit from STATUTORY COMMERCIAL RAPE/KIDNAPPING etc. et al, thus why court “pro-seedings” are called HEARINGS where SPELLINGS is a more precise term for what is really going on: Thus, this is spelling it out clearly where assumption and presumtion is rendered null and void where any/all use/claiming to be a LEGAL NAME ENTITY has everyone in the original sin/sign, state of fraud from the creation of, and continued use of the LEGAL NAME that appears on every birth certificate until they remove themselves from the criminal legal reality where anyone involved in the enforcement of this fraud using violence, trickery, coercion etc. et al to ensnare with intent to enslave another, is, in fact, aiding and abetting a criminal act by forcing another into submission to its use where this truth has been exposed and where it is illegal to use any/all legal name(s)/titles ab initio;…

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Word Of The Day: You


Word Of The Day: You



via Be Your Own Authority.

pronoun, possessive your or yours, objective you, plural you.


the pronoun of the second person singular or plural, used of the person or persons being addressed, in the nominative or objective case:

You are the highest bidder. It is you who are to blame. We can’t help you. This package came for you. Did she give you the book?

one; anyone; people in general:

a tiny animal you can’t even see.
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EU Court: Child Refugees Can Apply To Bring Their Families


EU Court: Child Refugees Can Apply To Bring Their Families

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Children refugees, mostly from Syria and Afghanistan, who live at the Elaiona and Schistos reception facilities are guided on the ancient Acropolis Hill in Athens, Greece, 9 May 2016л [Alexandros Beltes/EPA]

Refugees who enter the European Union alone as minors can apply to be reunited with their families, even if they reach legal adulthood before the end of the process, the EU’s top court ruled today (12 April).

At the peak of Europe’s migrant crisis in 2015, 96,465 lone children applied for asylum in the EU, although numbers have fallen since then. The official term is “unaccompanied minors”.



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Maryland Family Law Section 9.5-209

Maryland Family Law Section 9.5-209
2013 Maryland Code FAMILY LAW. § 1-101 – Definitions [Effective until October 1 , 2013]. § 1-201 – Jurisdiction of equity court · § 1-202 – Appointment of counsel for minor · § 1-203 – Special provisions of alimony, annulment, and divorce · § 2- 101 – Definitions · § 2-201 – Valid marriages · § 2-202 – Marriages within certain …
Maryland Family Law Section 9.5-209. Article – Family Law. § 9.5-209. (a) (1) In a child custody proceeding, each party, in its first pleading or in an attached affidavit, shall give information, if reasonably ascertainable, under oath as to the child’s present address or whereabouts, the places where the child has lived during the …

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UK’s First Islamic Guidance Document On Adoption And Fostering Published


UK’s First Islamic Guidance Document On Adoption And Fostering Published


The booklet covers the faith’s perspective and virtues on adoption and fostering. Tailored specifically to the Muslim community, the guide is designed to highlight the position of the Muslim faith for those who are unsure about becoming foster carers or adopters.


UK’s First Islamic Guidance Document On Adoption And Fostering Published.

The Penny Appeal Adoption and Fostering team have collaborated with over 60 Islamic scholars from across the UK to compile an Islamic Adoption and Fostering Guide.

A Freedom of Information (FOI) request carried out by Penny Appeal in 2015 found that there are over 4,000 Muslim children in foster care each year, over half of whom spend some time living in non-Muslim homes.

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Adoption Support Fund Triggered ‘Rapid’ Rise In Social Work Referrals

“Some local authority case studies revealed that the role of the social worker was being compromised by the workload that [Adoption Support Fund] applications were creating. This stemmed from the increase in administrative tasks such as carrying out assessments of need and completing [Adoption Support Fund] applications,” the report said.

In the last few years, the Government has made £156.3 million available to support adoption and adoptive families:

08 August 2013 – £16 million boost to attract more adopters
11 September 2013 – £19.3 million Adoption Support Fund
24 December 2013 – Adoption: £50 million funding boost and new interactive maps
26 June 2014 – Extra £2 million of support available for adoptive families
28 July 2014 – £20 million funding to help children adopted from care
05 July 2015 – £30 million to speed up adoption searches
24 October 2015 – £19 million adoption investment

Added to the £156.3 million, there is also the additional tax payer funded legal fees in bringing these cases to court where an average case can cost anywhere up to £250 000+ per family, not taking into account appeals and judicial reviews.

According to the statistics released by the Ministry of Justice, 72 057 applications were brought in the family division since 2013.

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Adoption a ‘runaway train often breaching rights of birth parents’

British Association of Social Workers’ inquiry calls for ‘significant rethink’ of adoption law

Adoption has become a “runaway train” impossible for individual social workers to stop, according to an independent inquiry into adoption law in the UK.

The exhaustive two-year inquiry, which canvassed evidence from social workers, adult adoptees, adoptive parents and birth parents across the UK, has raised the alarm over practices that favour adoption over alternative care options seeking to help children stay with their birth parents.   Continue Reading →

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It’s Time For The United States To Divorce Before Things Get Dangerous

It’s Time For The United States To Divorce Before Things Get Dangerous

This idea of breaking up the country may seem a bit outlandish now, but you won’t think so once real domestic unrest comes to your town.

“When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another…” — The Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776

Divorce is hard, but it’s easier than cutting the brake lines on your wife’s car. It is long past time for an amicable divorce of the United States of America. There is simply no common ground with the Left anymore. We are now the couple screaming at each other all night, every night as the kids hide in their room. Continue Reading →


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Major Court Victory in Landmark Lawsuit Asserting the Educational Rights of Native American Students

Major Court Victory in Landmark Lawsuit Asserting the Educational Rights of Native American Students



On March 26, Plaintiffs won their first major court victory in Stephen C. v. Bureau of Indian Education, a landmark lawsuit asserting the educational rights of Native American students.  In a historic ruling, a federal court in Arizona denied the federal government’s motion to dismiss claims brought by Havasupai students and the Native American Disability Law Center.

The court ruled, for the first time in the nation, that the federal government must meet the educational needs of Native American students attending schools run by the federal Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) by affirmatively addressing the mental health and wellness needs of students impacted by trauma and childhood adversity. “This is a huge victory for Native students and their families because for the first time ever a federal court supports the idea that the federal government has an obligation to meet the mental health and wellness needs of students attending its schools,” said Alexis DeLaCruz, staff attorney at Native American Disability Law Center.

The Court’s ruling recognizes the right of Havasupai students to have a school with sufficient teachers, staff, and services to provide support that students need to learn.  Billie P.mother of Plaintiffs Durrel P. and Taylor P, said, “It means so much to me and my community that a federal judge has heard our voices.  I am hopeful that, at long last, current and future Havasupai students will get the support and resources they need to learn in school.”

The ruling addresses the consequences of historical oppression that have for generations adversely impacted Native peoples, depriving them of both educational opportunities and basic resources necessary for health and well-being.  As the Society of Indian Psychologists wrote in an amicus brief submitted to the court, “The marginalization of Native populations by federal and state governments lingers and harms the generations of Native people,” subjecting Native children to “both traumatic events on an individual basis and chronic, historical traumatic experience shared by the community.”  Continue Reading →

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Barry Sherman’s Cousin To Undergo ‘Disability’ Assessment As Billion-Dollar Appeal Continues

Barry Sherman’s Cousin To Undergo ‘Disability’ Assessment As Billion-Dollar Appeal Continues


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Kerry Winter, cousin of murdered billionaire Barry Sherman, will be assessed to determine if he has a mental “disability” that would prevent him from representing himself in an ongoing case to claim a share of the Apotex founder’s riches (

Student Says ‘Screaming Voices’ Led To Murders Of mother, Stepfather

Couple found dead in billionaire’s North York mansion, identified by friends as pharmaceutical giant Barry Sherman and his wife Honey. @SunDoucette @joe_warmington

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Life Esidimeni Arbitration In South Africa

Life Esidimeni Arbitration In South Africa


Retired Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke delivered a historic ruling at the Life Esidimeni Arbitration on Monday, awarding relatives of those who died R1.2-million in compensation. The arbitration was devastating and healing for relatives of those who died, but justice won’t be done until the culprits are charged. By GREG NICOLSON.

Those with family member tags were either relatives of the 144 people who died after the Gauteng government moved around 1,500 psychiatric patients out of Life Esidimeni in 2016, or relatives of those who survived. They sat through the arbitration for months hearing excruciating details about what happened

Moseneke was scathingly honest in his assessment of the role of the key officials involved. Former Gauteng health MEC Qedani Mahlangu, former head of department Dr Barney Selebano, and provincial mental health director Dr Makgabo Manamela knew patients would be tortured, so they should have known many could die. They misled the hearings, but Moseneke said he’d leave SAPS to fulfil its mandate and charge the three, and others involved, criminally. Continue Reading →

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Northamptonshire council: Others also ‘right down to the bone’


Northamptonshire council: Others also ‘right down to the bone’


All seven of Northamptonshire’s MPs have previously called for commissioners to be brought into Northamptonshire County Council

Councils across England are “right down to the bone” and could follow Northamptonshire into a financial crisis, according to a leading local government figure.

Paul Carter, of the County Councils Network, told BBC Sunday Politics East “the elastic will eventually break”.

Spending more on hiring more Child Welfare workers?

Or spending more on disbanding that government sanctioned human trafficking institution replacing it with a community based family support model

You don’t need to spend more. You need to keep the workers in check with apprehensions. Taking children for questionable reasons and then keeping them.

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