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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Secret Agents Exposing The Useless Family Court System


Secret Agents Exposing The Useless Family Court System

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The second time I did stand before Her Honour Judge Alison Hampton in the Northampton County Court, the woman did call me a spy! Really I am just one of many parents who do care.

There is a slight problem (for them a problem, for us a good thing) there is more than one of me scattered around the globe, there are 1000s of us within the UK. Spy my foot, bad judges are cheesed off that they are being exposed … as with the police.

In the UK there are well over 100 of us who have stood up to say, we have had it up to here!

 

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P. Diddy’s Former Partner Kim Porter Who Shared Three Children With The Rapper, Passed Away Last Week At The Age Of 47


P. Diddy’s Former Partner Kim Porter Who Shared Three Children With The Rapper, Passed Away Last Week At The Age Of 47

While Porter and Combs ended their romantic relationship again in 2007 (after getting back together following a lengthy split), the two soon set a remarkable standard regarding how to co-parent, not allowing their private and personal differences to take away from them putting their family first. In fact, the two have made countless headlines over the years with fans and media alike admiring them for the unconditional love they shared regardless of circumstance. nme.com

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Child Custody News | Breaking News & Search 24/7 On Parents Rights B


Child Custody News | Breaking News & Search 24/7 On Parents Rights Blog

Breaking news headlines about Child Custody, linking to 1,000s of sources around the world, on NewsNow: the one-stop shop for breaking news.

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Grooming gang jailed for 101 years after raping vulnerable young girls in Rotherham.

One of the victims told a trial how she had sex with “at least 100 Asian men” by the time she was 16 and another described how she was gang-raped in a forest and threatened with being abandoned there.

A judge told the defendants they “perpetrated, facilitated and encouraged” the abuse on five victims who were “vulnerable in the extreme”.

The victims explained in statements how the men had “destroyed” them and that their childhood had been taken from them. Continue reading →

Article 7: Right to Equality Before the Law

Article 7 says the law is the same for everyone, and must treat everyone in all these categories fairly. Three times within 39 words, it bans discrimination. These principles of equality and non-discrimination help form the rule of law. These obligations are further elaborated in a number of international instruments to combat specific forms of discrimination against not only women, but also indigenous peoples, migrants, minorities, people with disabilities. Discrimination on grounds of race, religion, sexual orientation and gender identity are also covered. scoop.co.nz,

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Am I Going To See This Through? Yes, I am


Am I Going To See This Through? Yes, I am

 

The Prime Minister Theresa May insisted that she would ‘see this through’ and fight any attempt to oust her, as she said she was still able to bear the ‘heavy responsibility’ of her office. The Daily Telegraph, Friday 16 November 2018, pg 1.

“We have been unable to find any example of any other country which allows councils to opt out of their duties to very vulnerable children and young people, including those the state is directly responsible for by law.” ~ Carolyne Willow, director of independent children’s rights organisation Article 39

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Know The Real Court Process: Learn The Rules Of Your Local Court


Know The Real Court Process: Learn The Rules Of Your Local Court Exposing Court Corruption – Civil & Parental Rights Advocacy When someone starts a claim in the English courts for, say, a debt owed, and the defendant does not … Continue reading

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A Wales Rugby Star’s Cousin Will Die Without Expensive Treatment And He’s Asking For Help


A Wales Rugby Star’s Cousin Will Die Without Expensive Treatment And He’s Asking For Help

 

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Wales and Lions No.8 Taulupe Faletau has begun a £50,000 fund-raising mission so his cousin can have life-saving kidney treatment. Continue reading →

When It Comes To Family Separation, Healing Can Take Decades.

The Mess Created By Former American President Barrack Obama

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Lawsuit Challenges Alabama’s Method Of Electing Judges


Lawsuit Challenges Alabama’s Method Of Electing Judges

A trial has begun in a lawsuit challenging Alabama’s practice of electing appellate judges by statewide vote, a method that plaintiffs say results in all-white courts in a state where one in four people is African-American.

The trial began this week in federal court in Montgomery and is expected to last several more days. Continue reading →

Free speech means listening to people who have opposite views to those you hold. It means trying to persuade them with rational argument that you hold the correct views.

via The Methods Of Suppressing Free Speech And The Methods Of Censoring Are Very Different.

 

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The Methods Of Suppressing Free Speech And The Methods Of Censoring Are Very Different


 

The Methods Of Suppressing Free Speech And The Methods Of Censoring Are Very Different

A female friend just lost a job for being “difficult.” As she narrated what had happened, it struck me: a difficult woman is one who asks for the things I get without having to ask for them. ~ 

 

The methods of suppressing free speech and the methods of censoring are very different. Suppression of free speech tends to occur through political or legal means. Someone is thrown in jail for criticizing the government, and the police exert their power to remove the controversial content from the Internet. or having your childr/en taken into care and  retained custody.

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This weekend we remember the many, many thousands who were killed in the First and Second World Wars to protect this country and free speech. Many more were injured physically and mentally.

Free speech means listening to people who have opposite views to those you hold. It means trying to persuade them with rational argument that you hold the correct views.

Free speech does not mean stopping a person from speaking because you disagree with their views on a subject. ~ Robert Walters,

 

Much of the attention of the last 40 years has focused on individual racist behavior. However, just as individuals can act in racist ways, so can institutions.

Institutions can behave in ways that are overtly racist (i.e., specifically excluding people-of-color from services) or inherently racist (i.e., adopting policies that while not specifically directed at excluding people-of-color, nevertheless result in their exclusion).

Therefore, institutions can respond to people-of-color and whites differently. Institutional behavior can injure people-of-color; and, when it does, it is nonetheless racist in outcome if not in intent.

Banning anonymous social media accounts will do more harm than good

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In practice, most people in the UK are far less free to express themselves – online or offline – than MPs, activists and journalists, often because of restrictions from their employers. For millions of public sector workers, including those in the police and NHS, there are rules against expressing political views, so that if someone wants to discuss politics online – which seems reasonable – they would need to use an anonymous account.

Where the UK leads, dictators can follow: the suggestion from Rayner and others that anonymous accounts are illegitimate allows authoritarian leaders to say the same, suppressing a channel for opposition speech.

Banning anonymous accounts is not just illiberal, it is also a failure in solidarity, and a failure to understand the real lives of those outside the political and media bubbles.

The lives of people in politics and the media are very different from those of the people they represent or the audiences they write for – and what needs tackling and in what ways will be different for both groups.

Rayner’s proposal on online anonymity is perhaps the most obvious example of where those interests can differ – but it is far from the only one.

 

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Being Forced By The Nuns To Give Me Up For Adoption Was Infinitely More Painful Than If I Had Died


 

Being Forced By The Nuns To Give Me Up For Adoption Was Infinitely More Painful Than If I Had Died

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When I finally reunited with my first parents after searching for 32.5 years, they both said that being forced by the nuns to give me up for adoption was infinitely more painful than if I had died. They had to grieve losing me in silence, received no sympathy on my birthday and holidays as they would have had I died, and there would have at least been a grave to visit if I had died. Not knowing if I was even alive, was being taken care of, loved and safe was unbearable.

They were told they were selfish and didn’t love me at all because they were going to subject me to a life of living hand to mouth and financial instability if they kept me, and that in time they’d forget all about me. We were lied to: they never forgot and I didn’t receive a better life than they could have provided: I was sexually abused by my adoptive father from the time the adoption was final until they kicked me out. We would have much rather had the predicted life than the one we were forced to live.

By Anne M. Nigro Winslow born Lily Marlene Tinga

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Dear Adoption, I Want Center Stage Back


When friends and strangers told me how lucky I was and how I must be so grateful to be raised by such good, unselfish parents, I beamed at them with wholesome gratitude and inferiority.

I took center stage like a professional adoptee. Damn. I was good.

And you liked me there, Adoption. You gladly shone your spotlight on me and my ability to be an Asian orphan when it brought glory to your name and to the good, white people who rescued me.

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Dear Adoption, I Want Center Stage Back

I’m Mike. I was adopted as an infant. I have told my happy adoption story over and over for most of my life. I’ve performed on command as the all star of my family. I’ve said, “I’m grateful” at all the right cues. I have shouldered the weight of being all my parents hoped for and all society needed me to be in order to fulfill my role as adopted child.

Me and my life story was a main topic at dinner parties, birthday parties, shopping malls, in 7-11’s, and at my school.

On command, I smiled the special smile; the one that forced a dimple on my left cheek to appear and made my eyes even more squinty to enhance that I was Asian. The rest of the time I tried like hell to bulge my eyes into an almond shape like…

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#FamilyLaw #LookedAfterChildren #Austerity #StateSanctionedHarm #Fairness #VentureCapitalism #Accountability


 

#FamilyLaw #LookedAfterChildren #Austerity #StateSanctionedHarm #Fairness #VentureCapitalism #Accountability

A clutch of important national reports in recent months have considered the state of children’s social care services in England. Their findings do nothing to allay widely held concerns that children’s services are under unsustainable pressure, and that far too many children and families are left without the support they need.

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What they all highlight is the loss of early help and preventive services, and how this is contributing to more children in need falling through our supposed safety net – and potentially going ‘off the radar’ all together.

Children referred to social services because of perceived risks may be bounced around between service providers or receive no help at all if they do not meet statutory thresholds for help. And we believe these thresholds vary widely.

 

 

 

 

 

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