Legally Kidnapped

March 9, 2017 § Leave a comment

Legally Kidnapped
DCF to judge: We didn’t lie; we made a mistake
Bill Would Give Oregon Foster Kids The Ability To Switch Case Workers
Foster mom charged in toddler’s death was meant to be his lifeline
Foster parents accused of sexually assaulting, torturing and strangling 11 kids in their care, including toddler
Ore. child welfare agency left 44 childen in harm’s way
Inquiry terms do not allow scope for 46 others in ‘Grace’ home
Oregon Secretary of State takes aim at foster care system
Baby in foster care dies after being found unconscious
CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY AND LOCKED OUT UNION WORKERS HEADING BACK TO THE TABLE
Infant boy living at Queens foster home dies day after released from hospital for severe dehydration
Indiana is on a child snatching spree!!!
Teen could face murder charge after foster mother found dead
DCF to judge: We didn’t lie; we made a mistake
Posted: 09 Mar 2017 05:01 AM PST
Lawyers for the state’s shaky child welfare agency assured a Miami judge Wednesday that it was a “simple mistake,” rather than a deliberate lie, when they gave her incorrect information about a girl who might have witnessed the suicide of a foster sibling.

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Bill Would Give Oregon Foster Kids The Ability To Switch Case Workers
Posted: 09 Mar 2017 04:58 AM PST
Oregon lawmakers are considering a measure that would let children age 12 and older switch their foster care case workers.

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Note: The sad thing is that too many of these kids are so drugged up while in care that they wouldn’t be able to understand their rights.
Foster mom charged in toddler’s death was meant to be his lifeline
Posted: 09 Mar 2017 04:53 AM PST
There was little in the history of Latamara Stackhouse Flythe that would have led child welfare workers to question placing a toddler with the 43-year-old single mother.

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Foster parents accused of sexually assaulting, torturing and strangling 11 kids in their care, including toddler
Posted: 09 Mar 2017 04:40 AM PST
A FOSTER couple have been accused of sexually assaulting, torturing and strangling 11 kids in their care – including toddlers.

More >> Foster parents accused of sexually assaulting, torturing and strangling 11 kids in their care, including toddler
Ore. child welfare agency left 44 childen in harm’s way
Posted: 08 Mar 2017 02:34 PM PST
A bill introduced in the Oregon Legislature would change the way state child welfare officials report on cases. Will it be enough?

More >> Ore. child welfare agency left 44 childen in harm’s way
Inquiry terms do not allow scope for 46 others in ‘Grace’ home
Posted: 08 Mar 2017 02:31 PM PST
The Government has “betrayed” 46 other children who stayed in the foster home at the heart of the Grace sex abuse scandal by excluding them from the Commission of Inquiry announced yesterday, the Dáil heard last night.

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Oregon Secretary of State takes aim at foster care system
Posted: 08 Mar 2017 02:26 PM PST
The Oregon secretary of state’s office is starting an audit on the state’s foster care program, putting the child welfare agency in the middle of yet another investigation.

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Baby in foster care dies after being found unconscious
Posted: 08 Mar 2017 02:23 PM PST
A 3-month-old baby died in Queens hours after he was dropped off at a foster home, authorities said.

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CHILDREN’S AID SOCIETY AND LOCKED OUT UNION WORKERS HEADING BACK TO THE TABLE
Posted: 08 Mar 2017 02:17 PM PST
Talks between the Nipissing and Parry Sound Children’s Aid Society and locked out CUPE workers will resume today. CAS Executive Director Gisèle Hébert says the workers, through a mediator reached out to express a desire to get back to the table.

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Infant boy living at Queens foster home dies day after released from hospital for severe dehydration
Posted: 08 Mar 2017 02:16 PM PST
An infant died after police found him unconscious in a Queens foster home — a day after his release from the hospital for severe dehydration, police sources said.

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Indiana is on a child snatching spree!!!
Posted: 08 Mar 2017 08:34 AM PST
Agencies across Indiana are scrambling to find more foster parents as the number of children entering foster care in the state is at an all-time high.

More >> Indiana agencies desperate to find foster parents with children entering system at all-time high
Teen could face murder charge after foster mother found dead
Posted: 08 Mar 2017 05:50 AM PST
A 14-year-old girl could be charged with second-degree murder after her newly assigned foster mother was found dead in a Mesa County home.

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Court denies Madigan petition to stop state worker pay

February 18, 2017 § Leave a comment

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Court denies Madigan petition to stop state worker pay
Lisa Madigan lost the first round in her quest to stop state worker pay during Illinois’ budget impasse.

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A plan to balance the state’s budget without tax hikes.

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Rauner’s budget needs more spending reforms

The governor should reject tax hikes and push for the structural spending reforms Illinois needs to fix its fiscal crisis and improve its economy.

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Title IV A-F you should know where the monies go,The appearance our AG gets millions

February 1, 2017 § Leave a comment

child support collection most state AG dept. get monies and the totals are suppressing higher then they let you know because in this day and age they still use pencils and paper to tally amounts!!!!!

We urge all AILA members to take the following steps:

February 1, 2017 § Leave a comment

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URGENT CALL TO ACTION: Virginia Legislation
Senator Richard H. Black recently introduced SB1592 seeking to restrict the jurisdiction of Virginia’s juvenile and domestic relations courts. In short, the bill strips the courts of jurisdiction over juveniles not lawfully present in the United States. If passed, this bill will essentially eliminate all Special Immigration Juvenile cases in Virginia.
This bill is presently in the Senate Courts of Justice Committee and is likely to be heard on Wednesday, February 1st. As of Friday the bill was not scheduled to be heard in today’s Committee session.
We urge all AILA members to take the following steps:
Contact your representatives to express the devastating effect this bill will have on children and families.
Contact the Committee members (a chart listing the Committee members is below);
Reach out to others in the immigrant community; and
Attend the Committee meeting on Wednesday.
We know that not everyone will be able to attend the Committee Meeting, but at a minimum everyone can take 5 minutes to contact their representatives and the Committee members.
In addition to the SB1592, there are two other problematic bills pending.
HB2001 Requires the governing board and each employee of each public institution of higher education to cooperate in the enforcement of federal law by U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement on the institution’s campus, in any noncampus building or property, and on public property, as such terms are defined in relevant state law.
HB2004Requires the annual executive summary submitted by the governing board of each public institution of higher education to the General Assembly and the Governor to indicate the number of undergraduate students enrolled full time who are not citizens of the United States and the number of such students who receive annual financial assistance to attend such institution in an amount greater than 25 percent of the total annual cost of full-time undergraduate Virginia student tuition and room and board.
Members of Senate Courts of Justice Committee:
SENATE COURTS OF JUSTICE COMMITTEE
Mark Obenshain (Chair)
district26@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7526
Richard Saslaw
district35@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7535
Thomas Norment
district03@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7503
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Janet Howell
district32@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7532
Louise Lucas
district18@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7518
John Edwards
district21@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7521
Ryan McDougle
district04@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7504
Richard Stuart
district28@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7528
William Stanley
district20@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7520
Bryce Reeves
district17@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7517
Benton “Ben” Chafin
district38@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7538
Creigh Deeds
district25@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7525
Glen Sturtevant
district10@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7510
Chapman Petersen
district34@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7534
Mark Peake
district22@senate.virginia.gov
804-698-7522

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December 5, 2016 § Leave a comment

NEW FILINGS, HEARING SCHEDULES AND CLERK’S OFFICE

Like this one M.R.24458 – In re: L. Tod Schlosser. (May 18, 2011)

Disciplinary Commission.

The motion by the Administrator of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission to approve and confirm the report and recommendation of the Hearing Board is allowed, and respondent L. Tod Schlosser is DISBARRED.

Order entered by the Court.

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The appearance of some real scumbags AKA child reps…

December 5, 2016 § Leave a comment

So i have posted some US case laws, here is one from Illinois. I will be concentrating on them for a few days (prepping for trial)
Illinois State Supreme Court case (NOT a federal)
Bates v Bates, 819 N.E.2d 714 (2004) ILLINOIS
– Dr. Richard Gardner referenced several books on PAS and an index of 56 articles on PAS.
– He described PAS as a disorder arising primarily, if not exclusively, in the context of child custody disputes
– it results from the combination of one parent’s programming or brainwashing a child into a campaign of denigration against the other parent, and the undue in documentation of the child by the programming parent with his or her own inflated “contributions”
– Dr. Robert B. Shapiro, a clinical psychologist, licensed in Illinois and a member of the Board of Evaluate families in custody disputes, also testified that PAS was generally accepted by the relevant psychologically community, observing that “I don’t know anybody who doesn’t accept it.”
– the court found “that the principle of Parental Alienation Syndrome is sufficiently established to have gained general acceptance in the particular filed.”
– Dr. Gardner defined PAS as a psychiatric disorder arising in the context of a child custody dispute
– In this disorder, one parent “programs” or “brainwashes” a child into a campaign of denigration against the other parent, even though that other parent is generally good and loving
– The denigrating custodial parent inflates his or her own contributions, and PAS arises as a result of a combination of both the undue denigration and the inflated heightening of the custodial parent’s contribution
– the trial court found that Edward had proved, by clear and convincing evidence, that S.B.’s present environment seriously endangered her physical, mental, moral and environmental health, and that it was in S.B.’s best interest that Edward be awarded sole custody immediately
– the court the words “parental alienation syndrome,” basing its findings instead on the standard set out in Section 602(a)(8) of the Act (750 ILCS 5/602(a)(8)), namely:
– “the willingness and ability of each parent to facilitate and encourage a close and continuing relationship between the parents and child.”
– the trial court recited that it would consider the report (from the GAL) “for what its worth” along with many other factors, abd, therefore, any error in considering the report was not prejudicial — 342 Ill.App. 3d at 214-15
– the private interest involved here is the right of parents to the companionship, care, custody, and management of ther children
– in Lassiter v Department if Social Services, 452 US 18, 27, 68L.Ed.2d 640, 649-50, 101 S.Ct. 2153, 2159-60 (1981), the Supreme Court held that right to be an important interest, warranting deference and protection, absent a powerful countervailing interest
– we have also recently held that one of the fundamental rights protected under the Fourteenth Amendment is the right of parents to make decisions concerning the care, custody, and control of their children without unwarranted state intrusion — Wickham v Byrne, 199 Ill. 2d 309, 316 (2002)
in In re Andrea F., 208 Ill.2d 148, 165 (2003), a case involving termination of parental rights, this court held that parents have a fundamental due process right to the care, custody, and contril of their children
– the representative, like any other witness, is not immune from error in observation and from inadvertent bias.
– The proper weight to be given the report of a child;s representative may be influenced by nay factors, including his training and experience, the contacts between the representative, the parties, and the child, and the existence of any bias or tendency to favor one gender of parent over the other
– cross-examination is likely to affect the trial court’s assessment of the worth of the representatives recommendations in many cases
– Section 506(a)(3) is unconstitutional
– representative’s report was received in evidence, read, and relied on by the trial court, and, thus Norma’s right to procedural due process was denied
– Section 610 of the Act allows modification of a prior custody judgement, absent consent, only if the court finds, by clear and convincing evidence, upon facts that have arisen since or were unknown at the time of prior judgement, that modification is necessary to serve the best interest of the child — 750 ILCS 5-610
– the trial court found that S.B.’s present environment seriously endangered her physical, mental, moral or emotional health and that a substantial change in circumstances had been proved by clear and convincing evidence
– the court expressly considered the standards for determining best interests set out in Section 602 of the Act, including “(8) the willingness and ability of each parent to facilitate and encourage a close and continuing relationship between the other parent and the child.” — 750 ILCS 5/602(8)

Legally Kidnapped

December 5, 2016 § Leave a comment

Legally Kidnapped
Police probe death of 1-year-old boy in foster care
International adoptions may get harder due to proposed U.S. regulations
Attorney: Accused in social worker killing unfit for trial
Glynn an anomaly in Georgia foster-care crisis
State cannot issue child care licenses for family detention centers, judgment finds
Police probe death of 1-year-old boy in foster care
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 07:07 AM PST

A Greenwich woman is grieving the death of her 1-year-old son after police say the child died in Bridgeport while in the care of foster parents.

More >> Police probe death of 1-year-old boy in foster care
International adoptions may get harder due to proposed U.S. regulations
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 06:48 AM PST
Michael was one of more than 15,000 children adopted internationally in 1998. But by 2015, that number had dwindled to 5,647.

And now, international adoption agencies worry that a sweeping set of proposed State Department regulations could erode that number further.

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Attorney: Accused in social worker killing unfit for trial
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 06:34 AM PST
A hearing is expected to be held early next year to help determine if a woman charged with killing a social worker and three relatives in Vermont is fit to stand trial.

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Glynn an anomaly in Georgia foster-care crisis
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 06:20 AM PST
Child foster care issues are well-known in Georgia. Now Georgia’s foster-care problems are known nationwide.

The Associated Press published an article Nov. 13 reporting five states account for almost two-thirds of the national increase of children in foster care. Leading those five is Georgia, which according to the report went from 7,600 foster-care children during September 2013 to 13,266 in October of this year.

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State cannot issue child care licenses for family detention centers, judgment finds
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 06:09 AM PST
A judge issued a final judgment Friday to prevent the state from issuing a child care license for family detention centers, such as the 2,400-bed immigration detention center in Dilley or a 1,000-bed center in Karnes County, according to the Austin-based advocacy group Grassroots Leadership.

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