FORCED TO KIDNAP MY OWN BABY!


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Kerry and Mark McDougall

“They watched our every move. Over the next fortnight we were allowed a few hour visits with Ben, supervised by social worker.  Fife Social Services had told them I would ‘emotional harm’.”  ~ Best, 05 July 2011, page 26


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Your ‘Family Rights’ believing in the best interest of children. The issues which are important to me are, children and their families, the injustices to parents, which may occur, because of inadequate information, mistakes or corruption. This is happening every day. every minute and every second. For years I have campaigned for the rights of children and their voices to be heard.
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49 Responses to FORCED TO KIDNAP MY OWN BABY!

  1. towardchange says:

    The Times is campaigning to fix a broken British adoption system. We want the speed of the adoption process to be increased and to substantially increase the number of successful adoptions. … http://www.mymegalinks.info/adoption-parents-rights-blog/

  2. towardchange says:

    Kerry Robertson’s Story
    Please don’t take our baby away…
    “When Kerry Robertson and her fiancé, Mark McDougall emailed me through the ‘sell my story’ form, they were desperate. Two days before they were due to marry, their wedding was halted by social workers who claimed that Kerry was not intelligent enough to understand the wedding vows.” http://www.featureworld.co.uk/kerrys_story.html

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  12. towardchange says:

    Searching for my daughter Tangenique (birth name) born on November 2, 1990 at Providence Hospital in Seattle, WA. Tangenique was adopted during or after 1993. The adoption was supposed to be an open, with family, but once I signed the papers everything went amuck and the state let a stranger adopt. All attempts to find her have failed. If you know anything please email tangenique@gmail.com

    Originally posted on Monday 23 May 2011

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