Monthly Archives: May 2016

Franklin Social Services Director Arrested On Child Porn Charges


Franklin Social Services Director Arrested On Child Porn Charges Source: ANOTHER SOCIAL WORKER CAUGHT WITH CHILD-PORN ISLE OF WIGHT CO., Va. – The Director of the Department of Social Services for the City of Franklin was arrested on Monday morning and charged … Continue reading

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Parties And Joinder In Civil Proceedings


Parties And Joinder In Civil Proceedings The parties to civil proceedings from the outset In the past all the correct parties had to be included in the proceedings from the start. In the course of the trial there was no … Continue reading

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If You Know A Child Who Has A Parent That Is Not In Their Lives


If You Know A Child Who Has A Parent That Is Not In Their Lives If you know a child who has a parent that is not in their lives because of a nasty custody battle, let that child know … Continue reading

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Former police officer caught with ‘severe’ child abuse images ‘had too much time on his hands’


  Former police officer caught with ‘severe’ child abuse images ‘had too much time on his hands’ Source: Child Trafficking Secrets Jen Mills for Metro.co.uk Friday 13 May 2016 Robert Branney, 69, developed an addiction to the sickening images after he … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King, Jr


  Martin Luther King, Jr History will judge us harshly if we refuse to use our knowledge, our resources and our will to ensure your development.   Martin Luther King, Jr.  was born January 15, 1929  and his murder happened … Continue reading

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Father Wins Ruling At High Court On Term-Time Holiday Challenge


Father Wins Ruling At High Court On Term-Time Holiday Challenge A father who refused to pay a fine for taking his daughter out of school for a family trip to Florida, has won a ruling in his favour at the High Court, … Continue reading

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Taiwan


Taiwan The indigenous peoples of Taiwan face economic and social barriers, including a high unemployment rate and substandard education. “Republic of China“ Largest city New Taipei Related Articles →  Image by © Royalty Latest Activist News Right Now! Latest Child Custody News … Continue reading

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Child and Youth Protection: List of Accused Priests and Religious Brothers


In September of 2002, the Archdiocese of Baltimore published a list of priests and religious brothers who had served in the Archdiocese of Baltimore and who had been accused, in their lifetime, of child sexual abuse. The 57 men on … Continue reading

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Mother Who Tries To Kill Her Baby Allowed Contact, Whilst Thousands of Competent Mothers Are Denied The Same Right


Mother Who Tries To Kill Her Baby Allowed Contact, Whilst Thousands of Competent Mothers Are Denied The Same Right In a case which tells us more about the conflicting processes of the legal system than it does about the merits … Continue reading

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Lawyer – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


“Defense attorney” and “Criminal attorney” redirect here. For criminal defense lawyers, see Criminal defense attorney. Sourced through Scoop.it from: en.m.wikipedia.org A lawyer is a person who practices law, as a barrister, attorney, counselor or solicitor.[1] Working as a lawyer involves … Continue reading

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