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Austin Knightly-Doped up by Nashua, NH DCYF

Austin Knightly-Doped up by Nashua, NH DCYF
This is what DCYF/CPS does to our Children

Saturday, January 31, 2015

List of medical kidnappings happening now in America

List of medical kidnappings happening now in America - NaturalNews.com:

(NaturalNews) Where has America gone? President Obama is about to give a State of the Union address this evening, but the real state of the Union is that under Presidents Bush and Obama, America has descended into a runaway police state where citizens are considered "subjects" who must kow-tow to corporate-sponsored agendas or face the wrath of the state.

Adoption Incentive History by State 1998-2012

Friday, January 30, 2015

Advocacy Groups Call Child Welfare Law Enforcement “National Disgrace”

Advocacy Groups Call Child Welfare Law Enforcement “National Disgrace” - NPQ - Nonprofit Quarterly:

Two advocacy groups have come forward to call the federal government’s efforts to enforce child protection laws a “national disgrace,” once again spotlighting the well-known shortcomings of the national child welfare system.
The Children’s Advocacy Institute at the San Diego University of Law, along with First Star, a charity focused on eliminating child abuse and neglect in the United States, collaborated on a three-year study that culminated in a 110-page report released on Tuesday. The dense and thorough report cites failures by all three federal government branches to adequately provide oversight of the enforcement of welfare laws and also to address potential problems or shortcomings of the laws.
According to the study, none of the of 50 states has met the minimum child welfare standards required by the federal government, such as creating and submitting timely reports of abuse. The study blames both Congress and the courts for failing to provide effective oversight of state agencies that have been shirking these standards, in place to avoid missing critical signs of abuse.
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Failings by All Three Branches of Our Federal Government Leave Abused and Neglected Children Vulnerable to Further Harm

Children's Advocacy Institute:
CAI Holds Congressional Briefing to Unveil New Report:

Shame on U.S.
Failings by All Three Branches of Our Federal Government Leave
 Abused and Neglected Children Vulnerable to Further Harm 

The federal government's dereliction allows states to fall short on meeting minimum child welfare standards. Below is information specific to New Hampshire:
CFSR Results Summary: In its Child and Family Services Review (CFSR) process, HHS determines whether each state is in substantial conformity with 7 specific outcomes (pertaining to the areas of safety, permanency and family and child well-being) and 7 systemic factors (relating to the quality of services delivered to children and families and the outcomes they experience).  In the first two rounds of the CFSR, HHS has concluded that New Hampshire was:

Round 1 (2003)
  • NOT in substantial conformity with 6 of the 7 Outcomes
  • NOT in substantial conformity with 2 of the 7 Systemic Factors
Round 2 (2010)   
  • NOT in substantial conformity with 7 of the 7 Outcomes
  • NOT in substantial conformity with 1 of the 7 Systemic Factors
Although federal law mandates that any state found not to be operating in substantial conformity during an initial or subsequent review must begin a full review within two years after approval of the state's program improvement plan, HHS has announced that New Hampshire will not undergo Round 3 of the CFSR until FY 2018 (see CFSR Technical Bulletin #7 (March 2014)).

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Why is Social Security About to Run Out of Money?

Recent articles have stated Social Security will run out of money in 2016. Here's one I came across:

Social Security Disability Insurance Trust Fund Will Be Exhausted in Just Two Years: Beneficiaries Facing Nearly 20 Percent Cut in Benefits
Here's another article I came across, which states disabled peoples Social Security will be cut because there isn't enough money:

House Rule Could Hurt Vulnerable Disability Beneficiaries


We all know there are many people who depend on their monthly Social Security Check's. Many of them really do need it and are not gaming the system. You also know I have a Very Good Reason for writing this post. And yes, it does have to do with CPS/DCYF.
Isn't it true that the Social Security Fund is being used to fund Foster care? Our Social Security money being used to steal our children, pay the Foster strangers their monthly blood money, pay for the drugs to silence our Now traumatized children, in which they're now considered special needs and worth even more money, Making them eligible for SSDI, pay for  medicaid for every child placed in foster care and then the State even receives more money for adopting out our stolen children. In fact, the States make it a contest to see who can adopt out the most kids and get the most incentive money.
And did you ever wonder why so many people are on SSDI due to mental health issues? Well you can thank CPS/DCYF for that also. They have a knack for pushing good, loving, innocent families over the edge. People who can no longer function after having their lives torn apart.
Please see:

Where the Money Comes From: Paying for Child Welfare Services


If the Federal Government put an end to Title IV funding and stopped CPS/DCYF from stealing children from innocent families, there would be more than enough money in Social Security.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Does the State Ever Have a “Right” to Remove Children from a Home?

Does the State Ever Have a “Right” to Remove Children from a Home?:

When does the State have the right to remove children from a home where they are living with their parents?
We have been covering medical kidnapping stories now on MedicalKidnap.com for about 3 months. This website was started to document the many stories that were coming to our attention where families were losing their children to the State, and the foster care system, over medical disagreements. In many of these cases, their children were taken away simply because they disagreed with a doctor, or wanted to take their children to a different doctor to get a second opinion.

Report blasts DCF for failure to meet fed standards

Report blasts DCF for failure to meet fed standards | Boston Herald:
Years before the Bay State’s child welfare system was beset by scandal, it was consistently falling short of national benchmarks, according to a scathing report slated for release today. And the Obama administration, which is charged with overseeing the state, did little to hold local officials accountable, the report charges.

Comment:The States with low standards are still receiving their almighty incentive money. New Hampshire has very low standards. Nashua , NH the worst. I'm hoping the Feds are finally opening their eyes to the fraud and abusive practices of CPS/DCYF . After reading the audits, the last one in 2010, I can't for the life of me understand why they've still been receiving blood money for our stolen children!