created by: Fighter1972 | Aug 20, 2012

Orlando, FL

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Child Protective Services Should Be SUED Along With Community Based Care FL?

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  • Yes
  • Throw away the key's on CPS
  • Barbara Hess Should be put in a State Hospital
  • Judge's are Bias for the Birth Parent's
  • CPS needs to Reform
  • END CPS
  • Protest at The White House
  • Florida,Cali, Texas are the worst
  • No
  • Don't Answer The Door if CPS Knocks at your door!
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#1 Aug 20, 2012
Unfair judgement of families, especially those most unable to defend themselves. Without compassion, unreasonable and impossible demands that separate families and cause stress are made of parents.
Local governments accustomed to resulting flow of taxpayer dollars to balance growing budgets routinely ignore charges against Child Protective Services. Funding continues as long as children are out of their home, adoption bonuses are also available, but no incentive remains to return children home.
On top of $4000–$6000 per child is a multiplying factor based on the percentage that a state exceeds its baseline adoption goal.
Bonuses and incentives cause employees to work diligently to exploit children for government money while parents are charged for the cost of their care. Fraud, fabrication, withholding, and destroying of evidence, unnecessary termination of parental rights, and double dipping are common while confidentiality clause is used to protect the beneficiaries.
Beneficiaries include state employees, lawyers, court investigators, guardian ad litems, court personnel, judges, psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, caseworkers, therapists, foster parents, adoptive parents, and others. Incentives to put children on more drugs per day involve additional funds and Medicaid.
Parents are sometimes pressured by CPS agents to divorce their spouse in order to see their children again. Parental cooperation is often interpreted as guilt, and parents separated from their children are treated as criminals often without access to visit or even see their children.
Child protective services is a wasteful bureaucracy with no clear leader and unclear policies. State legislators are generally powerless to correct the federally mandated system.
Tragedies happen where children die in CPS custody due to neglect or abuse while parents are trying hard to regain custody of their children. Such tragedies should never happen.
While CPS claims relatives are contacted, there are very many cases that proves false, where grandparents and other relatives attempt to get custody and are denied. Parents and grandparents lose all connections to their heirs while children lose their heritage.
The California Little Hoover Commission Report in 2003 reported that 30% to 70% of the children in California group homes neither belong there nor should have been removed from their own homes.
Children are in far greater danger in CPS custody today than in imperfect homes. The National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect reported in 1998 that six times as many children died in foster care than in the general public. Children removed to official “safety” are far more likely to suffer sexual molestation and other abuse than in the general population.

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#2 Aug 20, 2012
In 2010 an ex-foster child was awarded $30 million by jury trial in California (Santa Clara County) for sexual abuse damages that happened to him in foster home from 1995 to 1999. The foster parent, John Jackson, was licensed by state despite the fact that he abused his own wife and son, overdosed on drugs and was arrested for drunken driving. In 2006, Jackson was convicted in Santa Clara County of nine counts of lewd or lascivious acts on a child by force, violence, duress, menace and fear and seven counts of lewd or lascivious acts on a child under 14, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office. The sex acts he forced the children in his foster care to perform sent him to prison for 220 years. Later in 2010, Giarretto Institute, the private foster family agency responsible for licensing and monitoring Jackson's foster home and others, also was found to be negligent and liable for 75 percent of the abuse that was inflicted on the victim, and Jackson was liable for the rest.

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#3 Aug 20, 2012
Several lawsuits were brought in 2008 against the Florida Department of Children & Families (DCF), accusing it of mishandling reports that Thomas Ferrara, 79, a foster parent, was molesting girls.The suits claimed that though there were records of sexual misconduct allegations against Ferrara in 1992, 1996, and 1999, the DCF continued to place foster children with Ferrara and his then-wife until 2000. Ferrara was arrested in 2001 after a 9-year-old girl told detectives he regularly molested her over two years and threatened to hurt her mother if she told anyone. Records show that Ferrara had as many as 400 children go through his home during his 16 years as a licensed foster parent from 1984 to 2000. Officials stated that the lawsuits over Ferrara end up costing the DCF almost $2.26 million. Similarly, in 2007 Florida's DCF paid $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit that alleged DCF ignored complaints that another mentally challenged Immokalee girl was being raped by her foster father, Bonifacio Velazquez, until the 15-year-old gave birth to a child.

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#4 Aug 20, 2012
In a class action lawsuit Charlie and Nadine H. v. McGreevey was filed in federal court by "Children’s Rights" New York organization on behalf of children in the custody of the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS). The complaint alleged violations of the children's constitutional rights and their rights under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act, the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment, 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Multiethnic Placement Act (MEPA). In July 2002, the federal court granted plaintiffs’ experts access to 500 children’s case files, allowing plaintiffs to collect information concerning harm to children in foster care through a case record review. These files revealed numerous cases in which foster children were abused, and DYFS failed to take proper action. On June 9, 2004, the child welfare panel appointed by the parties approved the NJ State’s Reform Plan. The court accepted the plan on June 17, 2004. The same organization filed similar lawsuits against other states in recent years that caused some of the states to start child welfare reforms.

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#5 Aug 20, 2012
Texas Child Protective Services was hit with a rare if not unprecedented legal sanction for a "groundless cause of action" and ordered to pay $32,000 of the Spring family's attorney fees. Judge Schneider wrote in a 13-page order, "The offensive conduct by (CPS) has significantly interfered with the legitimate exercise of the traditional core functions of this court."

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#6 Aug 20, 2012
I know from $ personal experience you can win no doubt,but talking online is NOT going to get you there, further yes i do fully agree,the threshold to get over the QUALIFIED IMMUNITY et. sure is high to beat when a police officer and or a judge naturally or caseworkers are involve but if your willing to file your lawsuit claim with valid information

what others are failing to adage, to say that qualified immunity is toss OUT if your paperwork establish fraud, fabrication, THRESHOLD MUCH EASIER TO PROVE IN U.S. FEDERAL based on a small mere preponderance of the evidence, showing again the worker KNEW she was violating the right of parent and or she knew she was altering record, withheld evidence that was clearly MATERIAL, most important etc.

FILE in FEDERAL,NEVER in the 'STATE"court as CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES workers supervisors the judge even at times are all working together experts verify from Fl cps u.s.a. all over so sue $$$ em in

1. federal court see CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES-CPS And CBC FALSIFIED FABRICATION IN OUR FAMILY COURT SYSTEM for more pertinent info on such success in FEDERAL U.S. DISTRICT COURT

2. make sure to have all paperwork UP FRONT in such lawsuit(s) filing whereas your able to prove the false information provided surely DID lead to your child being remove, and or continued detain when there was NO legal basis nor legal authority to do so since CHILD ABUSE was NEVER not once substantiated by the
actual caseworker going out to see the child.

3. make sure your able to establish to the U.S. DISTRICT FEDERAL COURT the worker knowingly has always knew your innocent, was not a child abuser, or did not hurt child through even neglect but yet she as worker now being criminally investigated and SUED name of GLORIA **** aka Gloria Fl CBC she KNEW but yet hid/conceal such pertinent part of her investigation that would have resulted IN child then only almost 13and almost 3 and 5 from going back to the house, even though she HERSELF clear

loving Parent with no drug or alcohol history or child abuse history of any sort ever. she is clearly violated the mother right and clearly acted on the order of SUPERVISOR as well as supervisor who in ONE REPORT stating we better NOT let JUDGE LEARN OF all of this, then the father will not be able to gain/get custody?

clearly she knew the truth but rather than bring forth she willfully KNOWINGLY withheld the fact the truth THIS IS MONEY DAMAGE AWARD/JUDGEMENT in waiting that shall vindicate children/mother in the suit now file NOT thrown out, they have won huge round just recently AGAIN, as you MUST sue in federal not state court.

these cases do not be mistaken are hard to win, ONLY re-iterating again if your not within the file to show or recordings to verify the cps dhs workers KNEW they were comitting fraud fabrication that clearly lead to such a gruesome civil right violation as to REMOVE YOUR god given child in your state your family this can be won,
it IS being won by many, including our loving advocate at cps CBC Gal,lawsuit advocates.com

we help hundreds file notice of tort claim along with pro-se litigant suit then later once file refer certain to qualified lawsuit attorney willing and NOT SCARED to go after rightfully so cps nationwide so good luck and remember, IF YOUR NOT TRYING to do ALL YOU CAN for final justice in regard to CPS then your going to lose in the end good luck and god bless us all from such fraud involving cps cbc nationwide,up to you to say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH AS SURELY YOU CAN WIN and defeat the bogus QUALIFIED immunity protection that usually protect "good workers"at CPS - but NOT THE ONE who KNOWINGLY AS GLORIA, WORKER SUPERVISOR did violate mother and child right, and shall pay for doing so,even when children are permanently now reunited with mom since shocking FACTUAL discovery of CPS fabrication fraud was found same year during 2008.

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#7 Aug 21, 2012
Child Protective Services
Victories for Parents’ Rights May Help in Dealing with CPS
Two recent court cases affirmed the 4th amendment right of the family to protection from unreasonable searches and seizures by Child Protective Services.

In both cases, the U. S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals found that Child Protective Services’ entry into a home and forced strip searches of children when there is no emergency or without a warrant are violations of the parents’ 4th amendment rights.

The first case, Calabretta v. Floyd, involved a Yolo County CPS worker who, accompanied by a police officer, forced entry into the Calabretta home without a warrant and demanded a strip search of their 3 year old daughter.

The Calabretta v. Floyd decision has been published. It might be wise to print this decision, read and familiarize yourself with it, and keep a copy handy in your home—possibly near the front door along with your tape recorder that is always supplied with fresh tape and batteries.

Calabretta v. Floyd
HSLDA Press Release
August 26, 1999

Yolo County, CA—Social workers are bound to obey the U.S. Constitution when investigating child abuse cases, said a unanimous three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in an opinion handed down Thursday, August 26, 1999.

“This opinion will have a nationwide impact. With respect to the Fourth Amendment, the Ninth Circuit settled the social worker question once and for all. No longer can social workers enter a home without either a warrant or probable cause of an emergency,” said Michael Farris, lead attorney for the plaintiffs.



In the second case, according to the LA Times account, Escondido CPS with the help of local police seized two children from a home in the middle of the night and without a warrant. The seizure was based on a tip from a family member. Three days later, CPS had the children examined at a hospital without their parents present, and despite finding no evidence of abuse, kept the children for a total of 2 1/2 months. Upon the children’s return, the family was billed for foster care.

With this decision, the Ninth Circuit opened the way for the family to sue for “damages on the allegations of civil rights violations, abduction of the children and infliction of emotional distress.”

“In particular, the court said a jury should decide whether the city of Escondido had a policy of picking up children without verifying the existence of a court order and without reasonable cause.”

LA Times Article on Escondido Case
September 15, 1999, page A3

Parents’ Rights Upheld in Child Abuse Inquiries;

Justices rule that authorities searching for evidence must get family consent or a judge’s order before an invasive examination of a minor.

A federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled Tuesday that government officials investigating possible child abuse cannot conduct an invasive bodily search of a child without parental permission unless a judge has ruled in advance that such a search is warranted.

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#8 Aug 21, 2012
Janet, a devoted homeschooler, never thought she had very much to worry about. After all, she always thought of herself to be an above-average mother. She spent lots of time with her children and filed her private school affidavit as required by state law. Unfortunately, Janet was completely unaware of the growing threat to her family autonomy. It struck suddenly.

She received a call from Child Protective Services, who asked for an appointment to visit her and her children. It was to be a visit solely to follow up on a phone call they had received from a concerned neighbor. It would only take a few minutes.

Janet agreed to let CPS come to her home a couple days later to ask some questions of her. There was little hesitancy because, after all, she was a good mother and had nothing to worry about. Later that week CPS showed up with two law enforcement officers. They had a warrant to enter the premises and take her three children for some questioning. Janet was not told where they were taken nor when she would see her children again. Sound absurd?

Unfortunately, Janet is by no means alone. CPS in California has greatly increased the number of cases they are handling. And as Janet soon discovered, homeschoolers are by no means exempt. In fact, as homeschooling becomes more and more widespread, cases like Janet’s will likely only increase.


So what should a homeschooling parent do when placed in a situation like Janet’s? First, we at Pacific Justice Institute recommend that the parent contact either our organization or a private attorney to provide them immediate legal counsel. Second, Pacific Justice Institute has discovered the following method for homeschoolers which, however cumbersome, almost always effectively circumvents the above tragedy from occurring.

Assuming CPS calls beforehand to set up an appointment, the parent should not lose their friendly demeanor or sound defensive. Parents need to ask why CPS feels the need to visit with them or their children, and then the parent should make sure that they have plenty of time to take their children for a private medical exam beforehand. Parents must not simply hang-up or refuse to cooperate. CPS only needs a “reasonable suspicion” of child abuse (physical or emotional) to temporarily seize children. Consequently, the goal is to negate that reasonable suspicion before CPS has an opportunity to either visit with or take the children. But how?

The parent should immediately have their child physically examined by a private, non-CPS affiliated, physician. The physician should be very thorough in his or her exam so that he or she can immediately write a letter stating that no bruises, marks, or health concerns were found on the child that in any way would create any suspicion of child abuse or neglect.(If it is at all possible in the parent’s mind that emotional abuse may be alleged, then the parent should have the child questioned by a child psychiatrist and have a similar report prepared immediately.)

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#9 Aug 21, 2012
After the parent receives these written reports, the parent should send copies via certified mail to the CPS worker handling the case, as well as to the CPS worker’s supervisor. To make sure that the CPS worker and supervisor receive these reports on time, the parent might want to personally (and in a friendly, helpful manner) deliver these reports to them instead.

The parent should then follow-up with a phone call to make sure that the reports satisfied the CPS worker’s concerns and that the earlier scheduled meeting with the parent and children was, in fact, no longer necessary. Nine times out of 10, that will be the case.

However, in those rare occurrences when it is not the case, the parent should immediately call competent legal counsel to intervene further on their behalf.

The parent also should not hesitate to further question the CPS worker to find out specifically what concerns he or she still had outstanding that were not already covered by the report. You may find that the CPS worker simply wants a second opinion or may have mistakenly lost or forgotten about the reports that were sent. Please note that CPS workers in Sacramento County handle an average of 400 case files.


If the CPS worker continues to insist on examining the children, or even takes the children, the parent can be assured they probably have developed the proper evidence needed to get their children back in a timely fashion. The parent also has laid the groundwork for a possible civil suit against CPS if it can be shown that the CPS worker maliciously withheld the medical or psychological reports from the judge who signed the order allowing CPS to take the children.

Often, after the CPS worker has taken the children, they may offer to give back the children contingent upon parents signing an admission of neglect, waiver of a right to trial, and/or pledge to undergo CPS supervised “parental training”. All parents should seek competent legal counsel before signing such a document.

Fortunately, over the last five years of coordinating the representation of parents confronted by CPS, there was not a single time when the CPS worker was successful in removing children from their parents when the parents followed the above preventative measures.

Without a doubt, no homeschooling parent can be completely sure that they will never be confronted by CPS. However, there is no reason why non-abusive, non-neglecting parents should ever have to unnecessarily have their family endure the severe trauma resulting from such confrontations.

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#11 Aug 24, 2012
So, in order to “make true” this serious allegation, workers had to do a number of things:

1. Withhold knowledge of these parental rights from me,
2. Not allow me to exercise those rights,
3. Reject Marcy as a viable and qualified alternate “non-offending” caretaker for Claire,
4. Reject the child’s own home as a preferable environment to foster care,
5. Neglect to ascertain whether I would vacate the home permanently and “stay withdrawn” pursuant to WIC §306(a)(3),
6. Withhold this exculpatory evidence from the Court,
7. Seize the child immediately, so that neither Marcynor I would have lead time to discover these parental rights in time to head off the child’s removal,
8. Craft the allegation so that it is technically “correct”, if not “true”, and
9. Engineer the petition so the Court would assume that these options had been exhausted fairly by all involved.

This was no accident or inadvertent oversight. The broken laws, rejected rights and the planning and execution required for this complex deception obviates malicious intent, callous disregard for Claire’s well-being, and a hearty contempt for Claire, the law, the Court and me.

Again, the infliction of emotional distress on us was intentional and malicious and in the most brutal, egregious way possible – the manufacture of a serious allegation and the rejection of viable alternatives to foster care. I was broadsided by this allegation and further humiliated, degraded and horrified by its result.

15. The Detention Report contained several prejudicial fabrications

The Detention Report contained a number of falsehoods that were used to gain further detention of the child. They were constructed to give the impression that Claire had been maltreated in some way and that I was somehow volatile and dangerous. California Government Code §820.21 would disallow immunity to the social worker here as well.

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#12 Aug 27, 2012
This is bunch of bull crap if I've have ever seen Florida is one of the worst. They also make the most money total of five billion dollar's per year off of children!

Child Protective Services - Department of Children and Families

The State of Florida Department of Children and Families is in charge of investigating child abuse cases throughout the state. Each Florida county is slightly different but in general a report of child abuse begins a long process that may involve many state agencies into the life of the child and the life of each parent.

The entire process can begin in one of two ways. The most common way begins with a call to the Florida Child Abuse Hotline - 1-800-96-Abuse. Once a call is made to this hotline a local investigative agency must follow up within 24 hours with an investigation of the allegations. In some counties the local Sheriff runs a Child Protective Services unit that will respond. In other counties Child Protective Services is either run directly by Dept of Children and Families or CPS is provided by an outside contractor. In any case the Child Protective Investigator appears on-site and checks out the child and the home where the child lives.

The Child Protective Investigator interviews the child, the parents, and any other adults living in the home. The investigator also looks at the home, checks out the refrigerator, the garbage, and any other areas they think are important. They look for signs of abuse, drugs, excessive alcohol consumption, or any other activity that could present a danger to the child.

If the Child Protection Investigator determines there is an immediate danger to the child they may make a decision to remove the child from the home. If the child is removed - a temporary placement home will be found to keep the child safe. That temporary placement may be the other spouse, a close family member, or a relative. If no one can be found the child may be placed in foster care.

When a child is taken from parents the abuse investigator may decide to file a Petition for Dependency. That is a court document that begins a possibly long court case in Dependency Court. Dependency Court operates in parallel with Divorce and Custody Courts but is an independent process. Another term used for Dependency Court is Unified Family Court or UFC.

Once the case is in Dependency Court an initial hearing will be scheduled - to determine whether there is probable case for the abuse petition. During the hearing each parent may receive a court - appointed dependency lawyer. These attorneys may be free or may cost a minimal amount. One thing to be aware of: while court appointed dependency attorneys are experienced and hard working - they will have almost no time to meet privately with you. Because of this you will not receive the kind of service a private dependency attorney will be able to give.

Dependency court involves the creation of a case plan. Basically a case plan is a 1 year set of hoops both parents need to jump through to get their children back. During that time you can expect to be back in court approximately every 60 days for a status hearing. You will be heavily involved with, and subject to the whims and opinions of case workers during the entire case plan. The entire process is long, tiring, confusing, and places you at the direct control of many different strangers.

The Dependency Court judge has the authority to order counseling, drug testing, fines, vocational counseling, therapy, psychological tests, and more. The purpose of these services is to evaluate and rehabilitate your fitness to be a parent.

http://www.18884mydivorce.com/pub/Childcustod...
Tired of silly

Longwood, FL

#13 Aug 27, 2012
good god, get a job. DCF is much more likely to err on the side of leaving children with lowlife scum parents than to wrongly remove them. If they took your kids they NEEDED to be taken. Under the policy of "keeping families together", many children remain with abusive and incompetent parents. Case in point, the child (I can't remember her name now) who was reported "missing" a few years ago on a Thanksgiving weekend. Turned out that her lowlife dad had beaten her to death for wetting her pants. She had many suspicious injuries prior to the fatal beating and should have been removed from the father's custody. I'd rather see 100 kids taken away from lowlife parents while they're investigated than ONE murdered by their incubator or sperm donor.

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#14 Aug 28, 2012
Evidence needs to weigh OVER 50 percent that the abuse did occur, before they can LEGALLY remove a child. You will find this information if you google CAPTA laws governing CPS. These are the laws pertaining to social workers! highly recommended reading...You can also find information through Dr. Besharov. He has written to social workers about this very matter of being sued, as there is no such immunity that will save them from being sued if there is just cause. illegal removal of a child has the highest success rate for winning cases. "good faith" immunity is what social workers standards are set by. good faith flies out the window if you have a strong case and can prove otherwise. federal court findings will show that "no-one" has total immunity in these cases.

I am corresponding with the ACLU, and a high profile attny who is not afraid and does go up against federal and state. Finding a lawyer to take the case can be difficult. my (civil) case is pending with counsel. I believe the social worker will also be criminally charged. unbelievable and sinful were a few choice words from my attorney after my appeal hearing.(I was substantiated without investigation) He could not/did not believe everything i was saying (for a full year) until he heard for himself! "unbelievable" is what he kept repeating. staying diligent throughout this broken/incompetent,secretive,m anipulative system will either make you or break you. I prefer making it... and believe me, I WILL. this case will be moving forward as it is my turn to fight. and it WILL get exposure. maybe even a book in this case.

I am now going to explore on attorney's who have won cps cases, for locating/gathering the best/strong advocates who know how to do the job effectively. If you have a strong case out there (and I know many do)... do not give up! Exposure will lead to change. If I had my way right now family court would be demolished. Social workers playing judge and jury? with children involved? I believe it is way overdue to invest some more money and effort into this...

So MANY of the social workers are merely children! fresh out of school--no kids of their own -- advocating for the "best interest of the child" with OVERWHELMING case loads/time factors. Ya think?... can we now say...AGENDA's?

Every little (ongoing) social worker would not investigate. they told me it was NOT their job... I told them there was a huge mistake made and to please reveiw pertinent data and records which we (Dr. myself, family and friends) had. No go... for a solid year and a half.

I told them -- for instance: your doctor is going to amputate your legs. New info comes in to show it is not warranted. The Doctor doesn't care. He doesn't make mistakes. His verdict is in and he amputates!
What a shame...
CHRISTOPHER BIRMINGHAM

Texarkana, TX

#15 Sep 12, 2012
I'm currently suing cps in cass county texas for violating their own policy, breaking confidentiality, and violating parental right these prejudice people here took my kids and terminated my rights with no hesitation now they are harassing my mother n law and girlfriend all because they didn't wanna give my kids back to the mother but the judge did it anyway they never gave us a chance at all right off the top they wanted to terminate both of our rights didn't give us a chance to work out nothing then the lawyer that represented the kids and the asst.district attorney stood in court and defamed me til they couldn't any more so i'm suing all of them along with cps.It's strange how lawyers don't wanna go up against cps in a lawsuit so i'm having to go pro-se i'm not scared at all.
CHRISTOPHER BIRMINGHAM

Texarkana, TX

#16 Sep 12, 2012
don't get me wrong i'm not totally against cps i'm against the ones that don't care and abuse their authority thats all cause there are alot of parents out there that is ridiculous and need their children taking away my children didn't get spankings a lot or often just every blue moon but this time my daughters needed to be whooped because i've told them numerous of times do not play with fire and they did it 1 to many times to where my house caught on fire i put the fire out but it could have been a lot worse if i didn't i didnt beat or abuse my child i just left a few marks on their legs the marks wasn't even to where they needed medical attention but cps claim they look like they needed medical attention but not once took my children to a doctor to get examined when they took em.
kathy

Killeen, TX

#17 Jan 8, 2013
Fighter1972 wrote:
Texas Child Protective Services was hit with a rare if not unprecedented legal sanction for a "groundless cause of action" and ordered to pay $32,000 of the Spring family's attorney fees. Judge Schneider wrote in a 13-page order, "The offensive conduct by (CPS) has significantly interfered with the legitimate exercise of the traditional core functions of this court."
please contact me at coprincesspuffy60@yahoo.com cps has kidnapped my grand kids after stating there was no abuse or neglect and they took them from their mother anyway i want to sue cps and bring them to their knees where they belong now my grand kids are being abused by the foster parents
kathy

Killeen, TX

#18 Jan 8, 2013
I need an attorney that is not afraid of child protective services i want to sue them for the damage and abuse they have done to my grand babies only a real lawyer needs to answer to this not one that is scared what they have done to my family is inexcusable and that the attorney's here in Texas call them GOD is even worse
kathy

Killeen, TX

#19 Jan 8, 2013
Tired of silly wrote:
good god, get a job. DCF is much more likely to err on the side of leaving children with lowlife scum parents than to wrongly remove them. If they took your kids they NEEDED to be taken. Under the policy of "keeping families together", many children remain with abusive and incompetent parents. Case in point, the child (I can't remember her name now) who was reported "missing" a few years ago on a Thanksgiving weekend. Turned out that her lowlife dad had beaten her to death for wetting her pants. She had many suspicious injuries prior to the fatal beating and should have been removed from the father's custody. I'd rather see 100 kids taken away from lowlife parents while they're investigated than ONE murdered by their incubator or sperm donor.
Your an idiot cps just want the federal money and to sell these kids they don't care if they get hurt or not cps workers are a bunch of low life blood sucking devils
tired of silly

Orlando, FL

#20 Jan 8, 2013
kathy wrote:
<quoted text>Your an idiot cps just want the federal money and to sell these kids they don't care if they get hurt or not cps workers are a bunch of low life blood sucking devils
When you are capable of writing a coherent sentence perhaps your position will be more credible. Your daughter is most likely the low life blood sucking devil and her children are most likely better off away from her and from you. No one is selling the children removed from incompetent, neglectful, or abusive parents. Unfortunately, any idiot can breed, and the worse they are as parents the more likely they are to keep breeding despite not being capable or willing to care for their spawn. I repeat, DCF is MUCH more likely to leave children with inappropriate family members than to remove them. If they actually take kids away from their families, they have a damn good reason to do it, and if you REALLY cared about your grandchildren, you would be glad that appropriate action has been taken.

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#21 Jan 8, 2013
When you are capable of writing a coherent sentence perhaps your position will be more credible. Your daughter is most likely the low life blood sucking devil and her children are most likely better off away from her and from you. No one is selling the children removed from incompetent, neglectful, or abusive parents. Unfortunately, any idiot can breed, and the worse they are as parents the more likely they are to keep breeding despite not being capable or willing to care for their spawn. I repeat, DCF is MUCH more likely to leave children with inappropriate family members than to remove them. If they actually take kids away from their families, they have a damn good reason to do it, and if you REALLY cared about your grandchildren, you would be glad that appropriate action has been You must be one of those bloodsucking devils and no they did not have a good reason my daughter ask them for help and instead they took them. She has no criminal record even cps said there was no abuse in their paper work for ever child they take out of a home they get federal money for it look it up on fightcps.com and familyrights.us it is people like you that make it hard on single mothers. look on those websites and see how many kids are taken away from families that have done nothing before you open your big fat mouth

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