It aren’t only migrant children that are placed with slave drivers and child
abusers, but also children (including American) adopted in the US through the Child Protection Services
In 2011, an audit was released including the shocking news that more than 1,000 state-licensed care facilities for vulnerable people in California matched the addresses of sex offenders.
The facilities matching the registry of sex offenders included facilities for adults with special needs, children, and foster homes: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2 ... nders.html
In 2006 and 2007, John Boel reported about “being swamped with complaints
” against CPS in Kentucky. WLKY Target 32 News had to go to court to get their investigative report on the air.
In one situation on the recommendation of a caseworker, 3 children were taken away from their mother in a family court lasting 17 minutes. The caseworker simply claimed that the children suffered from “educational and medical neglect
”, without a shred of evidence.
After the mother protested; her 3 other children were also taken away as well as 14 children from her extended family. CPS reportedly warned:
if you don’t cooperate with us, we’re going to take all your children, and charge you with emotional abuse.
Records supporting parents seem to “disappear”. There are also conflicts of interest between case workers and foster parents.
CPS social worker Pat Moore refused to carry out an adoption for foster parents because they had criminal records, and a sex offender was “caring” for the foster children. Moore was fired.
Moore explains how CPS is all about statistics, and also explains that in some situations foster parents selected children for adoption:
Someone could not have a child and wanted a child. So, within the community this certain person saw a family that was in distress, was having a hard time, and relayed to (CPS) workers that they would like those children. And that is exactly what is happening.
Another whistleblower told Boel that if an order for a child
was delayed or denied, her supervisors would interfere:
This one family was promised a child. And when it happened that the child was going to be reunified with the parents, they called our regional office, and our regional office came down on our county and they harassed the birth parents... because they did not agree with our decision.
A more recent incident involves Brenda Maney, who had a well-meaning friend that called CPS to help her through difficult times. Instead of helping, CPS took her children away: http://medicalkidnap.com/2015/05/05/whi ... -business/
I found the following PDF that is nothing less than pure horror. The information looks reliable, but hard to stomach...
In 2011, 1,545 children across the US died because of abuse or neglect; at least 1,000 of those fatalities occurred within the CPS. In 2011, 50,516 children were adopted.
Obviously deaths from child
abuse and neglect in the “care” of the CPS are underreported. After babies die in CPS custody their files are commonly shred in lieu of reporting the deaths.
In 5 years, 5,000 to 7,450 children died after having been taken from their parents and forced into CPS “care”.
In 2013, it was reported that 570 CPS children died in California alone.
In 2008, 1,284 CPS children went missing in Ohio; Washington State’s CPS reported 1,261 missing children; Colorado’s reported 747. How many of those children have died?
Each year, many thousands of children and their parents fall prey to CPS’s fractured system, with only 39,000 out of 650,000 (6%) in legitimate danger. In 5 years, almost 5 million children are separated from their parents without a good reason.
According to the Children’s Bureau, 64% of children in foster care are abused. The “real” number could be higher than 80%.
Caseworkers have the authority to have the police take children away. CPS often uses generic terms against parents, like: a “history of” “drug abuse” or “mental illness”, without any substantiation. A doctors’ diagnosis is not even needed.
CPS Courts generally give preferential treatment to CPS caseworkers’ and affiliates’ complaints against parents. Even when Doctors, Therapists, or other professionals disagree that the child
must be taken away, most parents don’t stand a chance.
In one case, a mother filed a Motion to place her child
in “Neutral Territory
” asking the courts to place her child
with her own estranged parents, after she found out that the CPS had placed her child
with a sex offender.
A determined sister spent months trying to convince CPS that her “special needs” brother was abused in a foster home – the boy was killed in that same foster home. The guilty CPS supervisor and caseworker were charged with “criminal wrongdoing”, but were only held accountable for eliminating the child
’s file to cover their trcks.
Foster parents with violent records regularly enter the CPS system. One Supervisor admitted:
if we could not accept foster parents with criminal records we would have no foster parents.
Caseworkers regularly label healthy children as “special needs” for extra profit; a whopping 82% of foster care children supposedly have “chronic medical problems”. For “intensive structural and clinical” children foster parents can get $3,990 per month or more.
Encouraged by caseworkers, a majority of foster parents sedate “special needs” children 24 hours a day.
In the US, there is no system to reliably estimate what percentage of adoptions are failures. CPS doesn’t monitor what happens to the adopted child
. Post-adoption services provide support (only) to the parents, but nobody “cares” for the children.
Regularly adopted children are “rehomed, where the legally adopted children through CPS are sold or traded to other adults via the internet. This has been happening in the US for more than 20 years.
A woman in Florida had neglected 5 foster “intensive structural” children for over a decade. The children were tucked away and sedated in 2 bedrooms, dehydrated and underweight.
In another case, a caseworker and male foster parent conspired to bring 18 children into a mobile home. Neighbours repeatedly called CPS, complaining that the children were living in terror. CPS assured the callers that the children were safe. Only after a determined cop obtained a search warrant, the children were discovered in cages, handcuffed, and severely dehydrated and malnourished - faeces and urine everywhere. Several children had been imprisoned for more than 5 years.
In one case more than 17 years ago, a CPS caseworker was having an affair with a father with a baby. The father had a violent criminal history, smoked pot and drank alcohol every day. The caseworker was repeatedly spotted drinking with the father in the middle of the day, even during the weekends the father had visitation with his baby. Based on CPS reports the mother lost custody of her baby. The Judge gave full custody to the father who the CPS courts referred to as a “functional alcoholic”.
Russian children have been adopted in the US by child
abusers, paedophiles, and passed on to others.
After numerous adopted Russian children died, Russian Parliament halted all adoptions to the USA.
Former US Senator Nancy Schaefer wrote a report in 2007 - “The Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services
”. Schaefer reportedly was killed by her husband in a “murder/suicide”: http://patriciaschildren.com/pdf/Master ... IGINAL.pdf
(archived here: http://archive.is/vGY2j
I found the previous report after I watched the following video and thought that this has to
The interview is with Tammi Stefano, Executive Director of the NSC; only at about 9 minutes mark they begin to discuss the abuses within CPS.
An important motive is money. For children taken in foster care, a child
needing “extra care” can bring in up to $1 million to the State. Children are regularly given psychotropic drugs.
One Los Angeles judge sent a boy to a “behavioral modification camp” where he was tortured with psychiatric drugs and electro-shocks. The torture was billed to his mother at $7000 per week. She still has 10 years left on her payment plan.
At around 25:15 in the video, Stefano tells about a sex trafficking
case with CPS in Orange County California in 2014. Stefano says that of the 105 sexually abused victims, 65% were in the foster care system under CPS control, and they were never even reported missing.
Stefano also tells about a mother that called the CPS when she was having some difficulties with her daughter. The CPS took her daughter away. Her daughter and 3 other girls went missing. Her daughter was locked up and abused. The mother finally found her with the help of a group of people in her community.