Saturday, May 21, 2011

Legalized Kidnapping

The Social Services Agencies in the United States under the auspices of the state and federal governments are engaged in legalized kidnapping of children. The child protective agencies receive $8000 or more for each child they place into adoption and bonuses for exceeding their adoption numbers year to year! What message does ASFA send to these agencies? It tells them to target the healthy, happy, cute, young children who have not actually been abused and place them into adoption but to return those children who have emotional problems due to actual abuse or are disabled or are too old to be adoptable to their abusive biological families! All this at taxpayer expenses of course!

The Los Angeles Board of Supervisors Hides Information About Child Deaths in Foster Care

U.S. Expat Taxes Drive Americans to Give Up Citizenship

Corruption in the Courts

Expose the corrupt judges. Get media attention. File the complaints. Do your research on rules before you file. Make sure your statement of charges meet the requirements for State and Federal rules of Judicial conduct.

Fogarty-Hardwick News

United States Supreme Court Denies Review of Fogarty Case

On April 15, 2011, the United States Supreme Court denied the petition of the Orange County Social Services Agency asking for review of the decision of the lower court affirming an unprecedented award of $4.9 million to Fogarty-Hardwick and about $5 million to her attorneys for the wrongful removal and detention of her children in 2001.

After more than ten years of litigation, the case has apparently come to an end and the County of Orange is required to pay approximately $10 million in damages. Despite a jury finding that the social workers lied and fabricated evidence, and despite the court of appeals affirming the decision at least twice over the course of the lengthy litigation, the Orange County Social Services Agency continues to deny any wrong-doings and one of the social workers retired on a pension while the other was actually promoted to Supervisor and is making more than $103,400 a year!!! She now trains other social workers. The director of the department continues to defend these social workers and the agency despite multiple lawsuits and settlements against them in the last few years.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

United States Supreme Court

The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Camreta v. Greene on March 1, 2011. It is would appear that the Court might vacate the opinion below due to mootness.

Eighteen amici for Respondents Greene filed a brief on their behalf.

It is hoped that the case will at least bring awareness of the lack of training of social services agencies across the country and their tendency to destroy or tear apart families without actually helping them.