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Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly

Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly
Isabella Brooke Knightly and Austin Gamez-Knightly-ILLEGALLY Kidnapped and ILLEGALLY Adopted Out by the State of New Hampshire

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Have you seen Me?

Have you seen Me?


This is my Grandson Austin, stolen by Nashua, NH DCYF on 2/3/2006. Date of Birth 1/25/2000.
I am 99.9% sure he was adopted by an older Foster couple in Merrimack, NH, who still deny the adoption.
His best buddy in the whole world, his Grampie, is in grave condition battling cancer. The people who I believe adopted him are well aware of this fact, but still deny he is with them.
I believe seeing Austin again could make a huge impact on my husband's will to live.
If anyone has seen Austin, whose name may have been changed, please let him know his Grampie is terminally ill and he may never get to see him again. Also, please contact me if you see him.
Thank you, Dot

Monday, April 17, 2017

Stay Clear of Hospice & Palliative Medicine Specialists

If you don't want your loved ones drugged to oblivion, stay clear of Hospice & Palliative Medicine Specialists.
My husband was sitting in a chair, walking and eating until the Hospice & Palliative Medicine Specialist took over his medication. He was so over medicated on Morphine, all he did was sleep. No food, no walking, NOTHING!!!! He walked into the Hospital and three weeks later he was brought home by ambulance on a stretcher. Because of being over drugged, the love of my life is now dying!


VERY Unhappy Grammy

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Terminally Ill Father Finds Cure in Cannabis Oil but Now on Death Bed After Complying with CPS to Get Children Back

Terminally Ill Father Finds Cure in Cannabis Oil but Now on Death Bed After Complying with CPS to Get Children Back:

For nearly three years, Michael Brooks of Northwestern Tennessee has been fighting for his children and for his life. Faced with terminal Hepatitis C, he finally found a treatment that saved his life and brought him into remission.However, Child Protective Services of Tennessee is using the very thing that brought him from the brink of death – cannabis oil – as grounds to take his children and place them into foster care.  He has been forced to choose between staying in Tennessee and accelerate towards his death or leaving to continue treatment in Colorado and risk being accused of abandoning his children.

California Mom Who Lost New-born Baby at Hospital Cleared of Drug Charges, but Still Does Not Have Children Back

California Mom Who Lost New-born Baby at Hospital Cleared of Drug Charges, but Still Does Not Have Children Back:

A beloved California schoolteacher is still fighting to get her children back 9 months after they were ripped away from her by Child Protective Services. Lori Ibrahim’s two-day old breastfeeding baby was seized by Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) after Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center accused her of drug abuse. The only drugs in her system were properly prescribed medications, but social workers used the positive drug screen as grounds to seize baby Youssef and his 5-year old brother Kian.

Tennessee Judge Gives Dying Father Chance to Defend Himself in Effort to Regain Custody of Children

Tennessee Judge Gives Dying Father Chance to Defend Himself in Effort to Regain Custody of Children:

In a Facebook Live video Friday (April 7th), Michael Brooks gave an update on his case in Tennessee. He and Jamie had been in court that morning and were expecting Judge Clayburn Peeples to terminate their parental rights to their two sons.  But, in an interesting turn of events, the couple left court that day with their parental rights still in place.  Also, due to not having a lawyer present, Michael was given a 60-day window to prepare to present his case to the court again.

Opioid epidemic adds to child neglect cases

Opioid epidemic adds to child neglect cases:

Every 19 hours on average, a baby was born exposed to drugs last year, according to state data.

DCYF reform: Agency needs more than money

DCYF reform: Agency needs more than money | New Hampshire:

New Hampshire’s Division of Children, Youth and Families needs help. Social workers have been overwhelmed by a flood of cases related to the state’s ongoing opioid crisis.
But lawmakers need to do more than throw money at the problem.

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Reforming DCYF and funding it need to be considered together. Lawmakers need to create a culture of accountability at the agency tasked with protecting New Hampshire children.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

CPS Caseworker Turnover Reduced After State Gives $140 Million For Pay Raises

CPS Caseworker Turnover Reduced After State Gives $140 Million For Pay Raises | Texas Standard:

These days, it’s easier for the state’s child welfare agency to hold onto employees.That’s after a December 2016 infusion of more than $140 million of emergency funding into the state’s long-struggling child protective services system.

Social worker said it was harder to find adoption homes for babies that have been CHRISTENED

Social worker said it was harder to find adoption homes for babies that have been CHRISTENED:

A COUNCIL social worker who told a couple they would struggle to find an adoptive home for their baby if he was christened has been slammed by a judge.
The worker had told the parents that they would “reduce the pool of possible adopters” by christening their baby boy into the Christian faith.

N.H. Judge Rules Against DCYF

N.H. Judge Rules Against DCYF:

A New Hampshire Superior Court judge has sided with a family suing the state child protection agency in a ruling that could pave the way to making confidential abuse and neglect records open to the public.
“The court finds defendants’ interests in maintaining confidentiality in this case is motivated purely by their own self-interest in minimizing public exposure of their alleged errors,” Judge Gillian Abramson wrote in an order released on Thursday.

Monday, April 10, 2017

Former DCYF social worker says blame is misplaced

Former DCYF social worker says blame is misplaced | New Hampshire:

CONCORD - Ashley Rossiter realized her lifelong dream of becoming a social worker when she joined the state's child protective services department in 2013.

The challenge in assessing agency’s work

The challenge in assessing agency’s work:
It's almost impossible for the public to get information about what the State does or how Judges rule in child abuse and neglect proceedings. The records are all kept confidential. Even talking about what happens inside the hearing can result in a misdemeanor charge.


Fatal flaws – Part 1 of 4: Inside the last year of Brielle Gage’s life

Fatal flaws – Part 1 of 4: Inside the last year of Brielle Gage’s life:

The 911 call came in just past 11:30 a.m. Nashua police sped to a beige house on Oak Street and found 3-year-old Brielle Gage lying unconscious, face-up on the bathroom floor, her skin gray and her blue eyes half open. Brielle’s 4-year-old brother watched as a police officer began performing chest compressions on her limp, bruised body.