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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The Story Of Kerry and Mark McDougall Continues

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Read About Martial Law And What It Is On Parents Rights Blog

Read About Martial Law And What It Is On Parents Rights Blog

Dorothy Murray- Foust

Martial law is the imposition of direct military control of normal civilian functions by a government, especially in response to a temporary emergency such as invasion or major disaster, or in an occupied territory.

Martial law can be used by governments to enforce their rule over the public. Martial law may be declared in cases of major natural disasters; however, most countries use a different legal construct, such as a state of emergency. (Wikipedia)

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Sara Duterte asks Congress, DND support to exempt Davao City from martial law

Breaking Down Martial Law

Extract from Wednesday 15th October 2019

When martial law is declared, civil liberties, such as the right to free movement, to free speech or protection from unreasonable searches, can be suspended. The justice system that typically handles issues of criminal and civil law may be replaced with a military justice system, such as a military tribunal. Civilians may be arrested for violating curfews or for offenses that, in normal times, would not be considered serious enough to warrant detention. Laws relating to habeas corpus, designed to prevent unlawful detention, may also be suspended, allowing the military to keep individuals detained indefinitely without the possibility of recourse.

When to Declare Martial Law

Considering the negative ramifications, martial law can have on a country and its citizens, declaring martial law is reserved for situations in which law and order is rapidly deteriorating. It may be declared at home to reign in protests, civil unrest, coup d’états or insurrections. It may also be declared when a country’s military occupies foreign territory, such as at the end of a war. 

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Read About Police Brutality On Parents Rights Blog

Read About Police Brutality On Parents Rights Blog People and organisations make mistakes when they act on false presumptions. Fort Worth Shooting: Police Officer Charged With Murder. ‘He didn’t have time to perceive a threat. That’s murder,’ says lawyer for … Continue reading

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Georgia Cop Gets 15-Year Sentence After Falsely Accusing Black Man of Shooting Her

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Georgia Cop Gets 15-Year Sentence After Falsely Accusing Black Man of Shooting Her

A Georgia cop will spend the next 15 years behind bars after falsely claiming she’d been shot by a 6-foot, 230-pound Black man during an unprovoked attack in 2016.

Jackson officer Sherry Hall was recently convicted on 11 criminal charges, including making false statements, tampering with evidence and violating her oath, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. A judge sentenced the former cop, 43, to 15 years in prison, followed by 23 years of probation. View original post

The word of a white woman is deadlier than a bullet, sharper than a knife, hits harder than a hammer, and can cause more damage than a bomb when she speaks; but especially when she’s lying on Black folks. Her person & voice are sacrosanct in America. It can easily be a matter of life & death for a Black man…

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Seven Family Court Cases Examined by Daily Caller Reveal Shocking Treatment of Parents, Kids

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  Seven Family Court Cases Examined by Daily Caller Reveal Shocking Treatment of Parents, Kids   Title: “Police Raids Being Used to Enforce Custody Orders, Sending Kids Back to Abusive Parents and ‘Reunification Camps’” Link: POLICE RAIDS BEING USED TO ENFORCE CUSTODY … Continue reading

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A Punishment Worse Than The Crime – I Was Charged With Abuse But My Kids Were Harmed In Foster Care


A Punishment Worse Than The Crime – I Was Charged With Abuse But My Kids Were Harmed In Foster Care

September 20th, 2018 was the worst day of my life. My kids were removed from my custody because on September 19, 2018, my boyfriend used corporal punishment on my younger son.

He did it because my son flooded our new apartment and the basement three days in a row by removing a piece from the toilet. After the third time, my boyfriend hit him with a belt, leaving red marks on his back and arm.

The next day, my son went to the school nurse. When they asked him what happened, he said he fell down the stairs, he went into a wall, he got beat up. He came up with like six different stories. Because he had so many stories, the school called me and then they called child protective services.

I felt terrified. I also felt betrayed. For a year I was asking for help for my son’s behavior and nobody was willing to help. View full article by clicking here →

Our entire society is based on one massive lie. The sooner we all see this the easier it will be to correct it. And make no bones about it, we do have to correct it.” via PRESIDENT OF FAMILY LAW Calls For Radical Changes In Family Courts’ Approach To Transparency

I believe that keeping silent when an injustice is taking place is condoning it

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Know What Their Job Is And Hold Them To Specific Performance Of Their Fiduciary Duties


Know What Their Job Is And Hold Them To Specific Performance Of Their Fiduciary Duties


You must focus many hours to get the information in order to free yourself.

Seventy years of underground research is available online right now regarding their laws that they break every time. 

You have to know what their job is and hold them to specific performance of their fiduciary duties.

~ Thomas Howard

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What Is The Address Of The Daily Mail?

Contact Daily Mail
Postal address Northcliffe House 2 Derry Street Kensington London W8 5TT
Telephone +44 20 7938 6000
Official website
Wikipedia Daily_Mail
Main email
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Quick Guide To Archbold

Quick Guide To Archbold


Archbold 2019

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Read From Edward Snowden On Parents Rights Blog

Read From Edward Snowden On Parents Rights Blog

Article Credit Edward Snowden @Snowden

The government of the United States has just announced a lawsuit over my memoir, which was just released today worldwide. This is the book the government does not want you to read: (link)

Statement by the American Civil Liberties Union on the government’s lawsuit against myself and the publishers

SEPTEMBER 17, 2019
NEW YORK — The Department of Justice today filed a lawsuit against Edward Snowden over his new book entitled Permanent Record. The lawsuit alleges that Snowden published his book without submitting it to the agencies for pre-publication review, a process that prohibits millions of former intelligence-agency employees and military personnel from writing or speaking about topics related to their government service without first obtaining government approval. Click to read more

It is hard to think of a greater stamp of authenticity than the US government filing a lawsuit claiming your book is so truthful that it was literally against the law to write.


Hours after the United States government filed a lawsuit seeking to punish the publication of my new memoir, #PermanentRecord, the very book the government does not want you to read just became the #1 best-selling book in the world. It is available wherever fine books are sold.

Yesterday, the government sued the publisher of #PermanentRecord for—not kidding—printing it without giving the CIA and NSA a change to erase details of their classified crimes from the manuscript. Today, it is the best-selling book in the world:

In recent interviews, I’ve gotten questions over if or how I use a smartphone. They’re so dangerous for someone like me, so it’s quite difficult to give an in-depth answer. But I published a paper with @bunniestudios a few years ago discussing some risks: Click to read more→

Against the Law: Countering Lawful Abuses of Digital Surveillance

by bunnie Huang and Edward Snowden

Phone security has been something I’ve struggled with for a long time. I once spoke with @VICE’s @ShaneSmith30 about how it’s possible to physically remove internal microphones and cameras from a phone, but even that only mitigates a portion of the threat.


But as long as your phone is turned on, even with “location permissions” disabled, the radios in the phone that connect it to all the nice things you like are screaming into the air, reporting your presence to nearby cell towers, which then create records that are kept forever.

Software is equally important. The iOS and Android operating systems that run on nearly every smartphone conceal uncountable numbers of programming flaws, known as security vulnerabilities, that mean common apps like iMessage or web browsers become dangerous: you can be hacked.

If I were configuring a smartphone today, I’d use @DanielMicay’s @GrapheneOS as the base operating system. I’d desolder the microphones and keep the radios (cellular, wifi, and bluetooth) turned off when I didn’t need them. I would route traffic through the @torproject network.

I wouldn’t use WiFi at home, because global maps of every wireless access point’s unique ID—including yours—are free and constantly updated. I would use ethernet; yes, ethernet on a phone. I would deny network permissions to any app that doesn’t need it using an app firewall.

I would use an ad blocker. I would use a password manager. I would block third-party cookies in the browser. These last three are steps that absolutely everyone should consider, because they’re simple, cost little or nothing, and protect you while making your phone faster.

I’d disable javascript, tracking, and fingerprinting in the browser, and even then I’d avoid the browser unless I had no choice. Better to browse on a laptop (w/ @QubesOS) which does not have a history of everywhere I’ve been, since it lacks GPS & Wifi, and has @Whonix built-in.

I would not (and do not) use email, except as throwaways for registration. Email is a fundamentally insecure protocol that, in 2019, can and should be abandoned for the purposes of any meaningful communication. Email is unsafe. I’d use @Signalapp or @Wire as a safer alternative.

This is only a partial list, but I’ll stop here. Even with all of these precautions, I still wouldn’t consider a smartphone “safe,” merely “safer.” The technologies underpinning our most basic systems of communication are insecure, and often insecure *by design*.

My point is not that you should use a smartphone like me, but that you *shouldn’t have to*. Privacy should not be a privilege, but because the legal system is broken, the average person today stands, at every stage of life, naked before the eyes of corporations and governments.

This system of predation has survived for so long because it occurs under the illusion of consent, but you were never asked your opinion in a way that could change the outcome. On the most consequential redistribution of power in modern life, you were never granted a vote.

The lie is that everything happening today is okay because ten years ago, you clicked a button that said “I agree.” But you didn’t agree to the 600 page contract: none of us read it. You were agreeing you needed a job; agreeing you needed directions, email, or even just a friend.

It wasn’t a choice, but the illusion of it. The consent you granted was never meaningful, because you never had an alternative. You clicked the button, or you lost the job. You clicked the button, or you were left behind. And the consequences were hidden for ten years.

They can point to the law and tell us this is legal. They can point to the world and say everything is okay.

I disagree.




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Luna v. Dobson, 2001 N.Y. Int. 0137 (Dec. 13, 2001).


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“I am Felicita Luna ( Luna vs Dobson ) In a CT. paternity proceeding I was denied a the right to be heard on the merits of my claim. I said that the Ct judgement should not receive Full Faith and Credit because I never had my day in court.” Click here to watch the video

Take a look at Felicita Luna (@andyny91)

It is the duty of the courts to be watchful for the Constitutional rights of the citizen and against any stealthy encroachments thereon. ” Boyd vs. United States, 116 US 616

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The Constitution – Ex Cathedra


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