Over 1,200 Minnesota parents are suing to shut down Child Protective Services

(CW) — A group of parents in Minnesota called Stop CPS From Legally Kidnapping Children has filed a request in federal court to “shut down the state’s child protection services, stop serial abuse of families and overturn the unconstitutional laws by which the agency operates,” according to a press release published Tuesday.

The group, led by Dwight Mitchell, a father who says his son was illegally taken from him for 22 months, first filed a civil rights complaint in April, and this week they vocally publicized their call to shut down the child services agency, which they claim engages in systemic lying, withholding information, and fabricating evidence. They are asking the federal court to suspend the state’s agency from enforcing child protection laws, and according to a petition signed by almost 5,000 people, are also demanding changes to the laws themselves.

Bradyn Dillon's case worker 'does not know' why abusive father was not thoroughly checked

Abusers job or title:: Father


Nine year old Bradyn Dillon died in February 2016

Nine-year-old Bradyn Dillon died in February 2016.


The child protection case officer responsible for a Canberra boy murdered by his father has been unable to say why she did not carry out more thorough checks on his abusive parent when she was looking after the case in 2014.

Bradyn Dillon, 9, was killed by his father in 2016, when several weeks of violent attacks culminated in his death.

Abuser Name or Alias:: Graeme Dillon
Abusers Organisation:: Queensland Child Safety
Type of Abuse:: Physical, Death, Medical neglect
Matter Resolved?: Ongoing

Child Protective Services in North Carolina using blackmail to illegally Seize children from families

North-carolina-foster-careFox 8 in North Carolina did a story on corruption in North Carolina Child Protection Services in 2015. Image from Fox 8.

Associated Press reporters recently exposed a story of illegal practices by Child Protective Services social workers in one North Carolina county.

Social workers in Cherokee County have been reportedly coercing parents and taking their children illegally, bypassing the court system by threatening to adopt out their children or throw the parents in jail if they refused to sign paperwork known in NC as a CVA – Custody and Visitation Agreement. (Source)

Dealing with dirty child protection workers who lie and mislead the court

Commencement of private prosecutions

A private individual may also initiate criminal proceedings by way of CAN. The major difference with a private prosecution is that a CAN may only issued by a Registrar. The Registrar issues a CAN by signing the notice. A Registrar will have a discretion not to issue a CAN if the Registrar is satisfied that:

Foster carers face abuse trial

A family accused of abusing foster children in their care by using a wire brush to scrub their bodies will go on trial later this year.

Andrew John Hemara, 53, and Jenny-Lee Hemara, 49 appeared at the Auckland District Court today where they were remanded on bail until their trial in August.

Find Jonah Reif - Judicial corruption at it’s best!

Jonah Rief toke a pic of his mum Tammy Rief. Please like and share our Find Jonah Rief page in hopes someone may have seen him. We are still trying to figure out how they got away with making Tammy Rief have to fight for custody of her son from a man who was nothing at all to Jonah Rief - then handed Jonah Rief into the hands of child traffickers. That's who the man was lying about -  being Jonah’s fathfat when he wasn't anything at all to Jonah Rief.  The judges, legal officials, noone would listen to Tammy. They kept making her fight for custody of her son Jonah Rief and she should never even had to do this !!

But ending up having to do all that, share custody with a man who was nothing at all to her son, not even a boyfriend to Jonah’s Mother!!!  Tammy had enough of waiting on the legal system to help her and her son Jonah Rief, so she decided to do what any loving parent would do, she grabbed her son and ran with him , she was forced into doing something she should never have had to even think about must less do it!!! Then they throw her in jail in NC for doing what the law and judges were supposed to do! Protect the innocent!

A fed-up judge and a new chief: Is this what it takes to get Texas to protect kids?

It’s time for Texas to ditch the politics of winning and put these kids first.

Sometimes a situation is so mired in dysfunction that it can benefit both from a fresh perspective and a jump-start on moving forward.

We see those points materializing in two recent developments involving a state agency that has struggled for years to do what its name says it must do — protect children.

Baby in Alessandra Pacchieri forced caesarean case adopted

Judge announces adoption in UK of child born to Italian woman who was forced to undergo a C-section in 2012

The daughter of an Italian woman who had a forced caesarean section while in the UK has been adopted by "good and loving people", the country's top family judge has announced.

The case, which first unfolded in secrecy, was later reported and commented on around the world and led to Sir James Munby, president of the family division of the high court, calling for "radical changes" and greater transparency in the family courts.

Hundreds more children 'farmed out' to care homes miles from where they live despite pledge to cut number‘.

These children are being targeted and preyed upon by paedophiles and criminals who know they are vulnerable,’ says Labour MP Ann Coffee.


Vulnerable children who are sent far away from their home towns are more likely to be targeted by paedophiles and drugs gangs, Labour MP says ( Getty )

Hundreds more children have been ”farmed out” to residential homes many miles from where they were brought up despite promises to cut the number of out-of-borough placements.

The number of children who were sent to residential homes far away from their home town in England rose by 64 per cent between 2012 and 2017, Labour MP Ann Coffey has revealed. 

There has also been a surge in the number of sent-away children going missing from their care homes, with the number of incidents more than doubling – from 4,380 in 2015 to 9,190 in 2017.

A social worker in South Australia could face torts of defamation and nonfeasance

It is easy to claim that a protective parent has serious mental health issues when they do not. And then it takes every ounce of courage and persistence to remain sane from the abuse perpetrated by government departments and gang-like bullying in the closed courtrooms — all out of sight from the public and the media.

I was contacted by a mother from Queensland yesterday and learned how the child department there turned her — the protector — into the “abuser.” I saw a video of the kids, and it is crystal clear whom they consider as their protector.

Pru Goward - Minister for Community Services, Chair Shiners, Child Slavery, Collosal Stuff-ups!

Its been over a year since Pru Goward started receiving her Ministerial pay packet .

But Pru Goward is just another puppet on a string viz Theatrical Prop for Department of Community Services NSW.

This is a woman who stated how badly she wanted this portfolio, and also stated that children would start going home. Yet children have already lost their lives on her watch and now the abusers of the past NGO's are being handed innocent children on a platter that will bring them Billions over the next few years.

Why doesn't Pru Goward sit down for a chat with a few Forgotten Australians, Child Migrants, Stolen Generation and Forced Adoption Victims and hear of the rape, buggery, beatings and trauma that was caused by NGO's.

Cost to county of lying social workers: $10.6 million

The total cost to Orange County of a case in which a jury found that two social workers lied to take away a woman’s daughters is $10.6 million, according to a new audit.

The U.S. Supreme Court last year declined to hear the county’s challenge to a 2007 jury award of $4.9 million to the Seal Beach woman, Deanna Fogarty-Hardwick. With interest on that amount plus her attorney fees, the total payout by the county was $9.6 million. In addition, the county incurred another $1 million of its own legal costs in the case.