Monthly Archives: November 2011

Eugenics


Eugenics .”Are you aware that one of your hero’s and social engineers Margaret Sanger?” ~ Social Service Economic Crimes (research) I do not believe that she did so intentionally, it was the people around her who invited her to be part … Continue reading

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Texas State Judge On Trial For Bribery, Money Laundering Charges


McKINNEY (AP) — Judge Suzanne Wooten faces felony charges of engaging in organized criminal activity, money laundering, bribery and tampering with a government record. Opening statements were set for Tuesday in Collin County. Family justice: who are protecting our children?. … Continue reading

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Social workers find move away from tickbox approach ‘scary’


Many social workers find moving away from a tick box approach to child protection assessments “scary”, according to one of the first councils to answer the Munro Review’s call for less bureaucracy and centralisation. Speaking at Community Care Children and Families Live, … Continue reading

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The Author


The Author – This is a TRUESTORY “The police officer on the phone was telling me to tell my mother to be quiet when she was outside chasing the boys.” Chasing the yobs away who are attacking your family is what any … Continue reading

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FOSTER CARE


FOSTER CARE COUNCIL OF CANADA Advocating for Transparency and Accountability in Child Welfare “Unfortunately, to be effective in advocating for transparency and accountability in child-welfare services, money is needed. Over the past several years we have attempted to conduct our … Continue reading

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New head of Family Court says social workers perceived as “arrogant and enthusiastic removers of children”


  In the UK the Government has now set targets to increase this industry called ‘child protection’ / ‘adoption’ long term foster is ‘forced adoption’. This is what I can not understand, the logic behind this. via Family Division. New … Continue reading

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Grand Jury Report on Penn State Child Sexual Abuse/Rape Investigation


A grand jury is a type of jury that determines whether a criminal indictment will issue. A grand jury is so named because it has a greater number of jurors than a trial jury. via Grand Jury Report on Penn … Continue reading

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Can’t Give Up Now


“For it is not by legislation, but by morals, that states are well-directed, since men who are badly reared will venture to transgress even laws which are drawn up with minute exactness, whereas those who are well brought up will … Continue reading

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In the 1980’s Miami prosecutors devised a nationally-imitated method to win child molestation convictions


In the 1980’s Miami prosecutors devised a nationally-imitated method to win child molestation convictions. The Miami prosecutors pioneered a new technique: the use of child psychologists to “tease” memories out of children.    False allegations when interviewing children Children are vulnerable … Continue reading

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Family justice system ‘damaging children’


United Kingdom – Former senior civil servant David Norgrove found that cases take far too long and children are being damaged by the current system, described by the Law Society as a national disgrace. Norgrove said with care and supervision … Continue reading

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