Child Protective Services act like they have a free reign to rip your child, literally, from your arms. Most parents believe that if they are not guilty of abusing their children then they have nothing to worry about. They are dead wrong. Most people also believe that if CPS is in your life then there “must be a good reason”. Again, they are wrong.
CPS literally lies, exaggerates, generates false documents and force you into submission. When you get to court, your “attorney”, who also gets paid from the same funding that CPS does, does not object to any of the lies despite any evidence you may have. They give you only ONE option and that is to “buy in” to the case plan to get your child back. This process is supported by the Judge and rules your child a Dependent until completion of the case plan.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A PARENT DOES NOT
“BUY IN” TO THIS UNFAIR AND BIAS SYSTEM?
They lose their children.
The stated goal for the Juvenile Dependency Court is for your child to have “Permanency” regardless of where and how the CHILD feels about it. When you do not cooperate with this unfair process (or if there is a hidden agenda to destroy your family initiated by the Director of CPS herself) then the permanency of your child will not be with you. Every case is successful at achieving this goal of “permanency”. Because yes, a parent “permanently” loses all contact with their child. The child is “permanently” scarred. The siblings, the grandparents, the aunts, uncles and cousins are “permanently” scarred. The adoptive parents “permanently” receive adoption assistance including benefits and cash. The parents and siblings are “permanently” in CACI Index.
Through the collaborative efforts of Child Protective Service workers, County Counsel, Minors Counsel, the Defense Panel, the Judge, the clerk and even the courtroom officer, parents are forced to “buy in” to this finely tuned cash generator. It doesn’t matter whether the parents are innocent or guilty of abuse, they can easily use broad generic terms and rule any child to have suffered “neglect” as long as the hearing Minutes contain the correct verbage the system is guaranteed funding.
But I believe Senators, Congressmen and Legislators already know this. Nancy Schaeffer made it very loud and clear just a couple of years ago that CPS agencies across the country are corrupt beyond repair. I am certain that local representatives and those in Washington D.C. receive plenty of phone calls and letters from desperate parents and family members complaining of injustices upon them. Just type in “legal kidnapping” on YouTube and you’ll get over a thousand hits all about the abuses of CPS, or “Child Protective Services abuse” and 2,390 videos come up. There are all types of variations you could use and the horror stories are there. There’s also thousands of websites dedicated to the children taken by the system and parents and family members distraught telling their story. FightCPS.com is very popular as well as Kidjacked.com. The families and children are screaming out for attention to this problem and it seems to be falling on deaf ears. Horrifically, there have been some very loud people permanently “silenced”.
If this problem got half as much attention as Tiger Woods’ extramarital affairs or Justin Beeber throwing up on stage well maybe people would become more aware but the big, controlled, media completely ignores the subject. So what can I possibly say to you today that would motivate those with ability to help American families by changing the way CPS is rewarded for their intentional malicious acts upon children and their families? Is there anything that could possibly promote activism and advocacy throughout Congress and the Senate? If I knew, I would have already said it.
Do I have any suggestions to help correct this enormous problem? I certainly do. Want to hear it?
The most effective thing would be to cut off all the funding. If “saving” children from abuse is such a valuable and noble cause then people will volunteer and donate to the cause. Oh, but that would put so many people out of jobs? That just goes to show you, its all about the money.