posted on Mar, 31 2010 @ 10:24 AM
Something really smells awful here and, in Georgia that smell would usually come from the cleaning of chicken houses. Whew, it can be awfully bad
In 2007, Senator Schaefer wrote a paper for the legislature concerning the corrupt child protective services. She was a very active legislator
concerning rights for families and especially children. I do believe however that the GBI has incredibly talented and moral people who work for that
government facility who take their work and investigations very seriously. From what I know, they are methodical, careful and meticulous in their
investigations. We can only hope they will be on this particular case as well.
Take a read from Nancy’s report in 2007.
The Department of Child Protective Services, known as the Department of Family and Children Service (DFCS) in Georgia and other titles in other
states, has become a “protected empire” built on taking children and separating families. This is not to say that there are not those children who
do need to be removed from wretched situations and need protection. This report is concerned with the children and parents caught up in “legal
kidnapping,” ineffective policies, and DFCS who do does not remove a child or children when a child is enduring torment and abuse. (See Exhibit A
and Exhibit B) In one county in my District, I arranged a meeting for thirty-seven families to speak freely and without fear. These poor parents and
grandparents spoke of their painful, heart wrenching encounters with DFCS. Their suffering was overwhelming. They wept and cried. Some did not know
where their children were and had not seen them in years. I had witnessed the “Gestapo” at work and I witnessed the deceitful conditions under
which children were taken in the middle of the night, out of hospitals, off of school buses, and out of homes. In one county a private drug testing
business was operating within the DFCS department that required many, many drug tests from parents and individuals for profit. In another county
children were not removed when they were enduring the worst possible abuse. Due to being exposed, several employees in a particular DFCS office were
fired. However, they have now been rehired either in neighboring counties or in the same county again.
According to the calls I am now receiving, the conditions in that county are returning to the same practices that they had before the light was shown
on their deeds.