Being Poor Is Child Abuse, Says Social Services

Social services often attacks those who have an unconventional way of life. In this sad case we learn that, although social services tries to put you into their box (figuratively speaking), they may take your children if you try to live in one (literally, in their view). Our heart goes out to this dad and mom who seemed to be doing what they could to take care of their children, only to have them taken away by a government agency which thinks it can do better.

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“You shouldn’t take our kids because we’ve fallen on hard times…”

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Now they’re fighting to have their children returned. “We just want them back where they belong…”

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“We didn’t do anything wrong. We’re doing the best that we can for our children.”

Someone donated the family a four-bedroom house, but as of July 8th the children had not been returned. Social services claims that they will eventually be returned.


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