Social Service Agent’s Fabricating And Falsifying Evidence
Closeness to a subject does not mean you’re incapable of being neutral, but it may incline you towards some bias.
via Conflicts of Interest.
“Around the 8th October 2008, there is a knock on the door, no response to my calls. Eventually the person responded, stating that they are from social services, I ask them for proof, they put this card through the letterbox and then I opened the door. The rest is history!” Continue reading →
March 17, 2011 at 5:26am
I am here wasting all this time fighting and hoping that one day a miracle would happen and I get back what is rightfully mine. Those people are just heart less. They visit these kids in care and see their turmoil yet they just ignore it go home to their families and have a happy time.
Shaking my head, they are like demons no one ever has anything good to say about them. When they come into your house they say stuff like oh don’t worry we know what you have heard about social services but don’t worry we are here to help, what a joke. Lots of people say things like if they ever touch my kid I am m going to kill one of them but the truth is they never do. They always cling to the false hope that they are going to get their child back so they behave as they don’t want the dumb judges in the family court or social services to have any reason to hang on to their child. It’s just one mind game.
It is a legal requirement that they are detached and heartless.
Challenging adoption order using human rights
The recently released statistics from the Department for Education showing an increase of 15% in the adoption of looked after children in the last year further highlights the government’s preferred strategy for ensuring the welfare of children in care. Continue reading →
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