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God is giving the parents and people victory! Judges,attorneys, doctors, CPS all in trouble!!!

Shareable Graphics for Human Trafficking Awareness — InterpretationThanks for being a loyal email subscriber. We are so elated to be able to fill you in on all the powerful blessings that God has bestowed upon our movement and nation. I’m sure you have witnessed the massive amounts of arrest and or discipline,  which we told you were coming, that have taken place in the last couple of weeks. What may shock you is the number of arrest involving doctors, lawyers, CPS workers, government workers and other people in positions of trust.

Why is this Important???

Think about this, our very own government came out and told that 88 percent of the children found in the hands of traffickers came directly from CPS and foster care.

Former Community Services worker sued for failing to protect sisters from sexually abusive stepfather

After suffering years of sexual abuse at the hands of their stepfather, two sisters are suing a former community services case worker and the NSW Government for failing to protect them.  The women, known as TB and DC, say that despite knowing about the abuse and documenting their complaints, both the department and the former officer did not report it to the police.

Lawyers for the pair say it is the first time a Department of Community Services (DOCS) worker has been personally sued for not protecting children at risk. The former worker, Carolyn Quinn, is now a high-profile child protection consultant and was appointed by the minister to the NSW Carers Advisory Council.

The abuse of the two girls began in the 1970s when they were five and eight.  Their stepfather repeatedly raped and indecently assaulted them. He took sexually explicit photographs of the pair and regularly beat and threatened them.  The court heard that their stepfather would beat the girls with a leather strap, threaten them with a knife and handcuff them. 

In early 1983, one of the sisters phoned the then-Department of Youth and Community Services (now DOCS) to report the abuse.  Ms Quinn interviewed the girl and prepared a report detailing their story.

Sisters abused by Stepfather awarded $1.5m

crime-sceneTwo sisters who sued the state of New South Wales for failing to protect them from their abusive stepfather have been awarded almost $1.5 million in damages after an eight-year battle for compensation.

The women, known as TB and DC, were repeatedly raped and indecently assaulted by their stepfather when they were children in the 1970s and 1980s.

The payout marks the end of a long legal battle for the sisters, which began in 2008 when they sued the state and their former community services case worker for negligence in the NSW Supreme Court.

They claimed that despite knowing about the abuse and documenting their complaints, both the Department of Community Services (DOCS) and the officer did not report it to the police. They alleged that had the abuse been reported, they would have been protected from further abuse.

The former case worker, Carolyn Quinn, is now a high-profile child protection consultant and a former member of the NSW Carers Advisory Council.

Last year, the sisters lost their initial claim, with Justice D ruling that while the department had failed in its duty of care to report the abuse, he did not accept that the abuse continued after DOCS was first notified in 1983.

Justice Campbell ruled Ms Quinn did not owe the girls a duty of care and even if she had, she had fulfilled that duty by reporting the abuse to her superiors.

MOTHER'S NIGHTMARE: Mum who let her two kids sleep in her bed has them taken away and put up for adoption

Cartoon Movement - Child ProtectionSocial workers raised concerns about the boys, both aged under four, after they spotted bruising on the lads'.

A MUM who let her two kids sleep in her bed has had them taken off her and put up for adoption by a judge.

Social workers raised concerns about the boys, both aged under four, after they spotted bruising on the lads. A mum who allowed her two young boys to sleep in the same bed as her has had them removed from her care.  Judge Peter Greene said the children’s mother had failed to act on advice about “co-sleeping” from childcare professionals and disregarded advice about feeding.

Judge Greene said proceedings began after the older boy’s leg was bruised when he was a few months old.  The judge had concluded that the bruising had been “inflicted by the (boys’ father) but unintentionally as a result of using excessive force”.  He had also concluded that the boys’ mother was “was ignoring advice against co-sleeping”.  Social workers had been told to supervise and support the family.  Professionals had then become concerned about the younger boy.  Checks revealed bruises and a broken wrist when he was months old.

Bunbury DCP still rotten to the core

Episode 22 - Take 2: Open-Ended Conversation on Family Law/CPS ...Another heartbreaking story of Bunbury Child Protection now formally known as (DCPFS) Now Community Support Program (CSP).  A young woman (18), ex state ward, gave birth through induction yesterday, to a beautiful healthy baby girl. Her home full of appropriate furniture, rent up to date, bills covered and everything necessary plus more, purchased for he bundle of joy. Her partner bought a car, has his license and works.

What could possibly go wrong?

CSP told her for 9 month's, she would get to keep her baby and no concerns have been raised.  The young mother formed a strong bond with her daughter during her pregnancy.  Yesterday, once her daughter was delivered safe and sound, CSP took the infant, just hours old. 

Another Government sanctioned kidnapping...  With no ability for this mother to prove parenting capacity, and no transparency or accountability by the Bunbury department of CSP, she now grieves...  Her heart is broken.  Her own child now a victim of this criminal organization due to system failures...  Knowing the lies and falsified records of child protection WA, the fabrications just to secure the next UNIT (the child) to barter with and for government funding, the fraud and false criminal convictions, the re-victimization of victims and much more...

Missing and Forgotten: Thousands of foster kids kicked out of the system

The Family with Twenty-Two Kids | The New YorkerChild welfare workers across the country have kicked thousands of missing foster care children out of the system – including one child as young as 9-years-old, a review by 25 Investigates uncovered.

Since 2000, federal records show child welfare agencies across the country closed the cases of more than 53,000 foster kids listed as “runaway” and at least another 61,000 children listed as “missing.”

A nationwide investigation with Atlanta sister station WSB also uncovered a patchwork of policies with some states able to close a missing child’s case after just a few months, while others have policies on the books to keep missing cases open until the child turns 21.

The review found:

  • Arizona and New Jersey allow child welfare workers to close a case if the child has been missing for at least six months.
  • Illinois closed the case of a missing 9-year-old foster child in 2016. State officials said the case was closed after six months with court approval. Illinois said it opened a new investigation nearly a year later and found the child, who is now in foster care.
  • Georgia eliminated its policy in 2016 that allowed the state to close the cases of children who are missing for a prolonged period. But officials there now admit to WSB that more than 50 cases of missing foster kids have been closed since that policy was eliminated.
  • Many states have policies for what to do when a missing foster child returns to state care, but a vast number don't specifically address what steps to take when a child remains missing.

For years, Massachusetts DCF has been telling the feds it hasn’t closed a single case of a foster kid who’s missing, but researchers, child advocates and a review by 25 Investigates found otherwise.

MP Gabrielle Upton, NSW FACS minister is silencing parents when kids go missing in foster care

Image result for child protection more concerned about keeping face than protecting childrenRumour has it, that the most recent three year old child being plastered all over the media as missing has actually gone missing from his foster care placement, and that Gabrielle Upton has attempted to use a media gag on people who want to tell the truth about this child.  Many of us were wondering why there have been no specifics about the case, for example, nothing has been mentioned about the childs family - and this is why. 

Now the media are being forced to lie (so to speak) because they already released the name and photo of the child referred to ... and are saying that the child went missing from his grandmothers (when it wasn't).  How cruel a woman could be, that she would use her powers, to prevent a family who have already experienced the horrors of child protection, from being able to discuss the fact that their toddler has mysteriously disappeared from the foster placement.

Alarming number of children missing from UK care homes

Children are disappearing from UK care homes at an "alarming" rate, two charities warn.

The number of children missing from UK care homes is “alarmingly” high, two charities say, raising concerns about the effectiveness of the country’s child protection system.

Of the nearly 760 trafficked or unaccompanied children who disappeared from care homes across the UK last year, over 200 have not been found, according to a study by ECPAT UK and Missing People charities published on Tuesday.

Hundreds Of Trafficked Children Go Missing in Britain Each Year

Almost 600 children disappeared last year with more than 200 still missing, according to government figures compiled by ECPAT UK and Missing People. The study will be presented to MPs in Parliament on Tuesday and found more than a quarter of all trafficked children in the UK care system went missing in the 12 months prior to September 2015.

Trafficking fears as Haiti children go missing

United Nations officials say children have gone missing from hospitals in Haiti since the devastating January 12 earthquake, raising fears of trafficking for adoption abroad.

"We have documented around 15 cases of children disappearing from hospitals and not with their own family at the time," said UNICEF adviser Jean Luc Legrand.

Five hundred children missing in DC in 2017 — Sex trafficking fears officials asking FBI for help

Washington, D.C. — A total of 501 juveniles have been reported missing in D.C. since the beginning of the year. This startling number has forced the hands of several officials who’ve written a letter to call on special help from the Justice Department in investigating the matter.

The letter, obtained by the Associated Press,asked FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to “devote the resources necessary to determine whether these developments are an anomaly or whether they are indicative of an underlying trend that must be addressed.” It was signed by Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Cedric Richmond (D-La) and Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, who represents D.C. in Congress.

From foster care to missing or murdered: Canada’s other tragic pipeline

How the foster-care system—which disproportionately affects Indigenous children—shows that Canada hasn't learned from past policies.

Children hold signs along with members of the Saskatoon Tribal Council outside of the courthouse in Regina Sask., on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The Saskatchewan government is seeking an injunction to take back responsibility for children under the care of the Saskatoon Tribal Council, but some say the move infringes on aboriginal sovereignty. (Jennifer Graham/CP)Children hold signs along with members of the Saskatoon Tribal Council outside of the courthouse in Regina Sask., on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The Saskatchewan government is seeking an injunction to take back responsibility for children under the care of the Saskatoon Tribal Council, but some say the move infringes on aboriginal sovereignty. (Jennifer Graham/CP)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been taking a great deal of heat over the Liberal government’s recent approvals of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline and Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline, while TransCanada continues to pursue the Keystone XL and Energy East projects. These decisions have inspired major media attention, political debates, litigation, and on-the-ground protests because of their inherent threats to the health and well-being of people, land, water, plants and animals. But there’s another pipeline that’s arguably more lethal than those that carry oil and gas, but gets far less attention from the media or politicians: the pipeline from Canada’s foster-care system to murdered, missing and exploited Indigenous women and girls.

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