Corrupt Social Worker Finally Sentenced To Prison


Corrupt Social Worker Finally Sentenced To Prison

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Attorney General Jack Conway and his Office of Special Prosecutions today announced the sentencing of a former social worker with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services for falsifying child abuse and neglect reports. Anderson Circuit Judge Charles Hickman sentenced 61-year-old Margaret “Geri” Murphy to five years in prison following her guilty plea in May to nine felony counts of tampering with public records in connection with her role as a front-line worker investigating allegations of child abuse and neglect in Anderson County.

Prosecution of this case was handled by General Conway’s Office of Special Prosecutions at the request of Laura Donnell, Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 53rd Judicial Circuit representing Anderson, Shelby and Spencer counties. The Attorney General’s Department of Criminal Investigations (DCI) began investigating the allegations against Murphy after receiving a complaint from a citizen who had Murphy assigned to a court case involving her family.

“Geri Murphy’s actions were unconscionable,” General Conway said. “Ms. Murphy had a responsibility to investigate allegations of child abuse or neglect and to take action to protect children from these heinous crimes. She failed to execute her duties and to protect Kentucky’s youngest and most vulnerable citizens. The sentence handed down today sends a critical message that damaging the integrity of the Cabinet’s system of support for child victims will not be tolerated.”

Murphy’s attorney requested that she receive probation. Because of the seriousness of the offenses and the fact that children’s lives were at risk, General Conway’s prosecutors opposed probation and recommended a sentence of five years on each count to run concurrently, for a total of five years in prison.

See on pageonekentucky.com

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  42. towardchange says:

    Two former social workers sentenced for abusing 13 children
    Two former social workers have been sentenced for grooming and abusing 13 children in their care, over a period of nearly 20 years. http://www.itv.com/news/tyne-tees/story/2014-04-24/two-former-social-workers-sentenced-for-abusing-13-children/

  43. tell them to go one state north and investigate foster care it looks like this I shit you not….https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOIUQ3N6qJI&feature=youtu.be

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  46. Based on my own experiences of care proceedings for example some years ago there are a large number of social workers in this country who should be sent to prison for lying, twisting the facts and inventing negative situations to demonise loving parents and take their children who should go to prison. Lying in court is perjury. It is also perjury when they are aware another party to care proceedings is lying but they say nothing. Those guilty of perjury should be sent to prison as punishment to them but also as a deterrent to anyone else who might think of lying in the family courts.

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