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In Louisiana, a study conducted in conjunction with a civil suit found that 21 percent of abuse or neglect cases involved foster homes.

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FORT EDWARD -- A rally in memory of 3-month-old Brett King drew more than 50 people to the sidewalk outside Washington County Municipal Center on Wednesday evening, including several who

Gary Carpenter II, whose 5-year-old son was killed by the child's mother's boyfriend, and Lisa Younes, whose boyfriend will stand trial in the death of her 15-month-old son, took part in the rally, with friends and family members at their sides. Both parents spoke of Brett King being the third child in 18 months to die in similar circumstances. Some of those attending the Hands Across New York rally carried laminated signs that included pictures of the slain infant, who Fort Edward Police believe was killed Sunday by his father, Kevin, in their apartment.

August 14, 2013

by Zonya Townsend

"My name is Zonya Townsend. I have been a Fullerton Resident for 28 years. I am the mother of four and a registered nurse. I am president of California Nurses for Ethical Standards.

California Nurses for Ethical Standards position statement on California SB 277, forced vaccinations: "Accept immunizations absent the recognized medical, religious or philosophic reason to not be immunized, American Medical Association holds that medical, religious or philosophic reasons and decisions are to be respected and maintained for refusing vaccines.

March 22, 2015

by Zombie

Do crazy people have a right to be heard? I think they do - as long as they're American.

But even with crazy people's well known infiltration of the internet - appearing in any blog or news comments section or online forum they can access - they still have a lot of trouble getting people to listen to them. Crazy people used to have to try to spread their views through poorly photocopied newsletters with weird font choices that no sane person would read. But on the internet, crazy people can put their opinions right next to those of sane people. If they can just use a little self-discipline to not immediately identify themselves as cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs, they might actually get their ideas read.

June 17, 2011

by Zofia Rawner

Judges also to blame for child-welfare system woes, Zofia Rawner: Child Protective Services is not the only one to blame for the backlogged cases, abuse and deaths of Arizona's children.

They decide how and when children return to their families but are rarely blamed for problems because they rotate every two years into different court divisions. This makes it difficult for the public to track judges who return children to abusive parents or consistently fail to order proper services.

July 29, 2012

by Zoe Fox

The Camellia Network, a social network launched over the summer, wants to provide young people who age out of the foster care system with the support and resources of a family.

When foster children turn 18 (or 21 in a few states), the system stops providing them housing if they have not been permanently adopted by a family. This adds up to roughly 30,000 teens and young adults being kicked out of their homes each year, with slim or no resources to get on their feet and begin adulthood. One-quarter will end up homeless, one-quarter will be incarcerated, just 3% will earn college degrees, and 60% will have children within four years, who will be twice as likely as their parents to end up in the foster care system.

September 10, 2012

by Zen Gardner

Well, this is about as dark as it gets but it needs to be said. As we've known all along, chemtrails are a multi-faceted program. It's the ultimate delivery system. By poisoning our air it affects every living thing.

With this massive program in place, even though they won't even admit its obvious existence, anything can be loaded onto these air tankers at any time and sprayed onto unsuspecting humanity. While the known metallic elements of nano sized aluminum and barium and a host of other toxic ingredients are accepted generally to be used for at least for massive weather modification programs, there are other even more nefarious elements that we've been ingesting over the years.

March 8, 2016

by Zack Stoycoff

Families are deeply responsible for reporting domestic child abuse even if they risk a child being removed from a home, experts said.

"There's a belief that if we involve child welfare, they're going to take the children away," said Roy Van Tassell, a clinical supervisor for the organization, which specializes in counseling families to prevent child abuse and neglect. "Families are often surprised to find that they're just given treatment and training."

March 5, 2012

by Zack Needles

In what he admitted was a "novel holding" in an apparent case of first impression that required him to "apply an ancient legal doctrine to modern technology," a Franklin County trial judge has allowed text messages between a husband and wife.

In an opinion issued Monday, Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge Richard J. Walsh declined to preclude from evidence text messages sent between a husband and wife that detailed the condition and injuries of the husband's allegedly abused 4-year-old biological child. Citing case law dating back to the 1824 English law case Doker v. Hasler, Walsh said the original purpose of the spousal communications privilege was to preserve marital harmony by preserving marital confidences.

February 15, 2012

by Zachary Reid

The 19-year-old woman in the middle of the second row of the history class looks like any other college student. But she is also a survivor with horror in her past and an uncertain future.

From pysch wards to group homes to a brief stint living on the street to her current placement in an independent-living program, Benson has struggled. At times, the struggle has been for something as simple as her safety. She would be sexually abused by her father and abandoned by her mother.

Richmond Times-Dispatch

November 15, 2009

by Zachary K. Johnson

STOCKTON - A federal lawsuit filed in Sacramento last week alleges local authorities violated the civil rights of two parents after their teenage daughter said she was being sexually abused by her father.

The suit, filed by Stephen and Alma Moortgat, accuses San Joaquin County social workers and Stockton police officers of violating constitutional protections in May 2008 when they allegedly took the Moortgat's unnamed daughter into protective custody, then entered the family home and forced Stephen Moortgat to leave. The suit goes on to accuse county social workers of inappropriately prohibiting the father from contacting his wife and children, forcing the family to participate in "voluntary" counseling and disclosing to the teen, who is now 15, that Stephen Moortgat was not her biological father.

Record Net

August 16, 2009


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