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DCYF Rightfully Deserves Our Suspicions
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2010 AT 05:26PM
Thursday, October 7, 2010, The New Hampshire Division of Children, Youth and Families went to Concord Hospital and took custody of a newborn baby girl not even 24 hours after its birth. The parents were not afforded the opportunity to be heard by a judge, consult a with a lawyer or confront any evidence against them. As with many other cases, the DCYF makes a bunch of assertions in an affidavit, and a judge signs an order ex parte.
Statutorily Sanctioned Oppression
The Division for Children, Youth and Families does not want the public to know about what they do. The laws of the Child Protection Act favor the arbitrary DCYF and stack the deck against families who come into the division cross hairs. The Division is shielded by "confidentiality" laws that keeps their actions and activities out of the public eye. N.H. RSA 169-C:25 I (a) states in part,
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