Sunday, December 16, 2007

"No Cause for Concern": Says State

Child sex abusers held together with abused. Could there be a better recipe for disaster when child sex abusers are being held in the same institution with abused children? They beat them and regularly dope them up to "quiet them down" and ignore their pleas for "mercy." They hire the cheapest staff they can find, people who can be had for $20,000 a year or less. People with no training and in some cases, abusers themselves. And the state "sees no cause for concern." This is the kind of "protection" that is offered to "abused children" from 9 up in Nashville, Kentucky. Is it the same elsewhere? An anonymous worker who actually works there is complaining and when they figure out who she is, she'll no longer work there because "the inmates are running the asylum." Not the kids, the adults. The fact that state officials see "no cause for concern" itself concerns me. I can only pray that none of my family ever gets sent there. Think about how many adult sex offenders they are creating there. How about those who become serial killers because of their treatment in this facility? I think this facility should be closed immediately and most of its staff imprisoned. (Nashville Scene, 12/13/07)

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

"Child Protector" Arrested for Child Abuse

If she found a mother beating her child with a belt so badly there were still marks on her body a month later, she'd have her arrested for child abuse and the child would be taken from her immediately. But she works for the "child protectors" (under whatever name they use), so even though she, herself, has been arrested, she still works for them and draws a paycheck. "I have never abused my children," says Cylenthia Clark, who is in obvious denial. What does it take for this agency to fire somebody? They destroy the lives of other parents for a lot less. (Protected & Murdered, 3/14/07)

Another Foster Child Murdered

Ken Taylor got mad at one of his many foster children, so he murdered him. There were many complaints against him for neglecting his foster children before that, but they were ignored by the "child protectors." His foster children were coming and going freely at all hours, and some were even breaking into homes in the neighborhood and stealing things. Complaints were sent to the "child protectors" and were routinely ignored. At one point, a "child protector" spokesman claimed to be "unaware of any problems" in the home. "Unaware." After many complaints. I predict that this incident will be "investigated," that DCF will claim "not enough money to keep track of foster homes," and "not enough people (a result of not enough money) to check them out, DCF will get an increased budget, a few "small fry" in DCF will be fired or "reassigned" (a bureaucratic way to get rid of wrongdoers without punishing them) and life will go on. It will be "business as usual" until the next foster child is murdered by a foster parent. Then we'll do it all again and another foster child will be buried. (Knoxville News-Sentinel, 11/29/07)

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Corrupt Child Protectors

Elsewhere we tell you about an article written by Nancy Schaefer, candidate for the Senate, after she was alerted by a victimized grandmother. But there was way too much information in that article to be covered here in one item. This item is about the general corruption and racketeering prevalent in child protection services (whatever they call them) nationwide [Worldwide, if you ask me. -RT]. Here's what Sen. Schaefer said: "In one county in my District, I arranged a meeting for thirty-seven families to speak freely and without fear. These poor parents and grandparents spoke of their painful, heart wrenching encounters with DFCS. Their suffering was overwhelming. They wept and cried. Some did not know where their children were and had not seen them in years. I had witnessed the 'Gestapo' at work and I witnessed the deceitful conditions under which children were taken in the middle of the night, out of hospitals, off of school buses, and out of homes. In one county a private drug testing business was operating within the DFCS department that required many, many drug tests from parents and individuals for profit. In another county children were not removed when they were enduring the worst possible abuse. Due to being exposed, several employees in a particular DFCS office were fired. However, they have now been rehired either in neighboring counties or in the same county again [It was all done for "window dressing" -RT]. According to the calls I am now receiving, the conditions in that county are returning to the same practices that they had before the light was shown on their deeds. Having worked with probably 300 cases statewide, I am convinced there is no responsibility and no accountability in the system." It's about time ONE senator figured things out. Maybe the world will begin to see the "Gestapo" tactics that are being regularly used against mostly innocent families while the "child protectors" ignore other cases where there is REAL child abuse for lack of time and personnel (They use this situation as a "fund-raiser" when they're caught out.). (Sen. Nancy Schaefer, 11/16/07)

Legally Kidnapped

This article was written by Nancy Schaefer, candidate for the Senate, and is on her web site's main page. But since that could change quickly, I went to this blog, which reprinted it in full: "My introduction into child protective service cases was due to a grandmother in an adjoining state who called me with her tragic story. Her two granddaughters had been taken from her daughter who lived in my district. Her daughter was told wrongly that if she wanted to see her children again she should sign a paper and give up her children [Which if she did, would net the "child protectors" anywhere from $9,000 to $12,000 in "fees" from the feds. -RT]. Frightened and young, the daughter did. I have since discovered that parents are often [Almost always. -RT] threatened into cooperation of permanent separation of their children. The children were taken to another county and placed in foster care. The foster parents were told wrongly that they could adopt the children. The grandmother then jumped through every hoop known to man in order to get her granddaughters. When the case finally came to court it was made evident by one of the foster parent’s children that the foster parents had, at any given time, 18 foster children and that the foster mother had an inappropriate relationship with the caseworker. In the courtroom, the juvenile judge, acted as though she was shocked and said the two girls would be removed quickly. They were not removed. Finally, after much pressure being applied to the Department of Family and Children Services of Georgia (DFCS), the children were driven to South Georgia to meet their grandmother who gladly drove to meet them. After being with their grandmother two or three days, the judge, quite out of the blue, wrote up a new order to send the girls to their father, who previously had no interest in the case and who lived on the West Coast. The father was in 'adult entertainment' [porno -RT]. His girlfriend worked as an 'escort' [prostitute -RT] and his brother, who also worked in the [porno -RT] business, had a sexual charge brought against him." This is the kind of thing "social services" does all the time, and they call it "protecting" the children. It's interesting to note that the oldest child said the "foster father" had molested her, but nothing seems to have been done about it. (Legally Kidnapped, 11/30/07)