LISA DEWEESE

Albuquerque, NM

#1 Mar 2, 2017
Systems are broken when they exist to sustain themselves, and the people who
run the system rely on the system to stay the same. I assert that when considering policy abuse of process in any proceeding the first thing that we need to look at is that the public interest in the administration of justice requires that the Court protect its ability to function as a Court of Law by ensuring that its rules and procedures are used fairly by State and Citizens alike. The second is that, unless the Court protects its ability so as to function in that way, its failure will lead to an erosion of public confidence by reason of concern that the Court's processes will lend themselves to oppression, abuse and injustice. The NM CYFD and agencies like them act contrary to and blatantly refuse to adhere to Local, State, Government, or Human Rights Laws and I wonder why we as tax payers must bare the burden of their crimes.

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Since: May 09

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#3 Jan 31, 2018
All govt employees are there to collect a check, PERIOD! Don't rock the boat and collect their pay. THAT'S IT!
CorruptNM

United States

#9 May 5, 2018
code_red wrote:
All govt employees are there to collect a check, PERIOD! Don't rock the boat and collect their pay. THAT'S IT!
Very true. The Department of Health Incident Management Bureau is run by a Deputy Director who has affairs with his female subordinates and intimidates others who question his actions all well the Cabinet Secretary and Governor look the other way.
Cowboys4ev

Santa Fe, NM

#11 May 6, 2018
CorruptNM wrote:
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Very true. The Department of Health Incident Management Bureau is run by a Deputy Director who has affairs with his female subordinates and intimidates others who question his actions all well the Cabinet Secretary and Governor look the other way.
Sounds like Director Scott Good has not learned his lesson.
AmericanJustice

Albuquerque, NM

#12 May 10, 2018
Cowboys4ev wrote:
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Sounds like Director Scott Good has not learned his lesson.
Maybe the State will get smart and get rid of him once the lawsuit that was filed against the Department of Health is settled. I am sure skeletons will be found and brought back into the light.
AmericanJustice

Albuquerque, NM

#13 May 10, 2018
CorruptNM wrote:
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Very true. The Department of Health Incident Management Bureau is run by a Deputy Director who has affairs with his female subordinates and intimidates others who question his actions all well the Cabinet Secretary and Governor look the other way.
Affairs ? Interesting when I was there I had heard rumor of an investigator who came from CYFD and became supervisor and not a very good one. Maybe he should be intimidated by his wife who should ask him questions and the female supervisor.
Carlsbad

United States

#14 Nov 12, 2018
LISA DEWEESE wrote:
Systems are broken when they exist to sustain themselves, and the people who
run the system rely on the system to stay the same. I assert that when considering policy abuse of process in any proceeding the first thing that we need to look at is that the public interest in the administration of justice requires that the Court protect its ability to function as a Court of Law by ensuring that its rules and procedures are used fairly by State and Citizens alike. The second is that, unless the Court protects its ability so as to function in that way, its failure will lead to an erosion of public confidence by reason of concern that the Court's processes will lend themselves to oppression, abuse and injustice. The NM CYFD and agencies like them act contrary to and blatantly refuse to adhere to Local, State, Government, or Human Rights Laws and I wonder why we as tax payers must bare the burden of their crimes.
It is our fault because we want someone
else to take care of everything.
It is our problem if it bothers us.
Reporting what you know is the
start of fixing what is wrong.
Feed the child if you can.

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