The number of children in out-of-home care increased by 44% from 1986 to 1995 (from 280,000 to 486,000).
Cooper is gathering signatures on an initiative petition that could put a DHS overhaul on the
ballot for Oklahoma voters. He needs more than 117,000 signatures by mid-April.
Getting The Word Out About The Real Abuse
Justice is stacked against anyone brought into The System. Often the only
way to keep the judges, lawyers, CPS agents and other involved politicos in-line
is to bring the case into the media arena, placing their reputations, credibility
and positions in serious jeapordy.
Answer the Call!
2012/06/24 - Press
Kidjacked offers the following press releases for your review. Please feel free to circulate this, with credit and a link to Kidjacked.
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2012/06/24 - Sedgwick County, KS | Legislative Public Forum
Januray 6, 2009, Residents of Sedgwick County, Kansas spoke before Legislators in regards to the illegal seizure of children and violations of State, Federal and Constitutional law against families.
2012/06/24 - Poetry Corner
Writing poetry can provide comfort when it hurts too much to express thoughts into words. Both children and adults have put pen to paper in an attempt to make sense of the pain they feel inside. Kidjacked welcomes your submissions to this section.
2012/06/24 - Foster Parent on trial for burn death of child
When manslaughter defendant Rosemary Davis didn't hear 22-month-old Erickyzha Warner playing in the bathtub a few days before Memorial Day, she entered the bathroom to see if the child was okay.
2012/06/24 - Oppose Senate Bill 3038
Today, more than 513,000 children and young people are in the foster care system - 87% of which should have never been removed from their home. Every day apart from their own family feels like a lifetime to a child.
2012/06/24 - Free Reports and Educational Materials
If you are concerned about child rights, foster care and the general state of child protective services and our legal system that grinds on, you may find helpful information in these free downloads.
2012/06/24 - Family Preservation and Adoption
The federal law that effectively abolished the reasonable efforts requirement, the so-called Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA), also requires states to seek termination of parental rights for many children in foster care for 15 of the most recent 22 months. Yet in many jurisdictions it can take at least 12 months for a judge to decide if the initial placement was justified in the first place.
2012/06/24 - Take the Child and Run: Tales From the Age of ASFA
ASFA was the culmination of an assault on safe, effective programs to keep families together that began in the 1990's. The law has caused untold misery for thousands of children. While supposedly intended to solve the problems of the foster care system, it has, in fact, worsened those problems.
2012/06/24 - The Effects of ASFA (Adoptions and Safe Families Act)
The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA), was developed and passed to deal with child abuse and is sometimes called the Mondale Act. The publicity of child abuse in 1974 resulted in the passage of CAPTA, which was justly passed to protect children. The Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) was enacted in 1997/8 to deal with a problem created by CAPTA.
2012/06/24 - Mondale Act: Secrecy in the Juvenile Dependency Courts
The Mondale Act of 1974 was the communist manifesto for American children and families. The road of good intentions to protect children from 'abuse' was paved with quicksand. Children, ripped from falsely-accused parents, fall into the quagmire of institutionalization and subsequent abuse by the State. The question is, was this pre-meditated trafficking in children by agents of the State? Or was it just an ill-conceived experiment gone tragically wrong? Facts point to the former.
2012/06/24 - Father Protests with Hunger Strike
Chul-Mo is on a hunger strike to protest the destruction of his family by this corrupted agency that strip searched and handcuffed his twelve year old daughter for protesting against the removal of her little sister, Yih.
2012/06/24 - Links to Hurting Children and Grieving Parents
Links to websites with more stories of corruption, abuse and lies perpetrated on families by Child Protective Service workers around the nation.
2012/06/24 - Parental Rights
J. Holderbaum responds to Holly Mullen's August 31, 2003, Salt Lake Tribune Opinion/Editorial. Ms. Mullen states in her article, 'Here is an accurate picture that doesn't play well for the TV cameras: In the staggering majority of cases, the state offers parenting classes, counseling, home visits and more before ever taking a child.
2012/06/24 - Rhonda Heise Faces Uphill Battle
Rhonda Heise is a loving and devoted mother, of three beautiful children, who are being held prisoner by the state and especially by a very corrupt and abusive caseworker named Moe Randles.
2012/06/24 - O'Reilly Factor Remains Silent
Here are a series of letters that I sent to Bill O'Reilly of Fox News. He as of yet has not responded.
2012/06/24 - Parent Climbs Artwork at Federal Building
New York Parent Climbs Artwork at Federal Building Seeking Help From Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton
2012/06/24 - Set Our Children Free
Set Our Children Free - Nationwide Protest December 1, 2004 - On December 1st, 1955, a young African-American woman, Rosa Parks, took a stand against injustice by refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a white man. Her courage, fortitude and determination sparked the fires of protest that gave birth to the civil rights movement.
2012/06/24 - Family Support Connections | Get Involved
You can fight CPS and win. Learn from those who have been in your shoes. Attend live support group meetings, rally's, workshops and join in online discussions. There is strength in numbers.
2012/06/24 - Arkansas Child Support Guidelines
Arkansas Child Support Amounts and Guidelines to be determined by committee on September 8th, 2005...
2012/06/24 - Child Abuse - Aids Experiment
Incarnation House has been the site at which high risk, painful, medical experiments are being conducted on children of color--including babies--who were diagnosed HIV positive.