Tag: suing-social-services

Family Loses Custody of Daughters for a Month for Taking Baby-Bath-Time Photos

Many social services agencies across the nation are greatly out of touch with mainstream American families. One example of this occurred when an Arizona family submitted a roll of film for development at their local store. Among the photographs were typical “baby-bath-time” pictures. When a store employee contacted social services, all three of the couple’s […]

Huffing and Puffing: Social Workers and Police May Not Say, “Let Us in the House, or We Are Taking Your Children.”

Often, social workers tell parents that their children will be taken if they do not cooperate with a social work investigation. In most cases these threats are empty overstatements of a social worker’s actual authority. In Arizona, an assistant attorney general, two social workers, a sheriff, and four sheriff’s deputies are in federal court to […]

Iowa Mother Sues Social Services for Taking Five-Year-Old Daughter for Two Weeks under False Allegations

Most child welfare investigations nationwide find no evidence of abuse or neglect. Even so, many families are broken up and children suffer severe trauma as a result of being separated from their parents (and often placed in dangerous and defiling environments). One Iowa mother is fighting back, filing a lawsuit against Iowa social services after […]

Social Services Takes Children Because Parents Allegedly Neglectful for Driving through Bad Neighborhood

Although many social services agencies claim to reach out to families in crisis, they often exploit families in crisis. In one case, a New York family fell victim to a carjacking at knifepoint. Police apprehended the perpetrator, but not before he had injured some of the children. When social services arrived on the scene, instead […]

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