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Ohio had the 6th highest number of maltreatment victims in the nation, with 36,106 victims reported, according to the 2008 DHHS Child Maltreatment report.

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HOUSTON -- A father and stepmother of a 12-year-old boy were charged with child abuse that officers said lasted for years, KPRC Local 2 reported.

Dwayne Anderson, 37, and Roberta Randall Anderson, 39, were charged with injury to a child. Investigators said relatives discovered severe swelling and bruising on the boy around June 16, when the boy was living with his father and stepmother. He did not receive any medical attention for the injuries.

Click 2 Houston (TX)

July 5, 2006

by Joshua C. Johnson

Plano police, in cooperation with Child Protective Services, are investigating the apparent abandonment of an infant in the parking lot of the Medical Center of Plano on Tuesday night.

Officers responded to a welfare concern at about 11:35 p.m. Tuesday after an emergency room nurse ending her shift reported that she found a baby girl on the hood of her car. Texas has the "Baby Moses/Safe Haven" law. The law allows the baby's mother or father to leave a baby younger than 60 days old in a safe place without fear of being charged with a crime if the baby is not hurt. "Yes, hospitals are considered a safe baby site. However, we would prefer that a baby be left on the inside of the hospital rather than on the hood of a car or truck," said Gonzales.

Plano Courier-Gazette (TX)

July 5, 2006

by Mary Collins

Teen Screen, a program advertised as a "free" psychiatric "service" to prevent suicide, has caused an uprising all across the US.

Citing the dangers of psychiatric drugs and important issues of parental rights, individuals and determined groups have spoken out against TeenScreen as a harmful factor in the attempts to care for the problems of children and teens. TeenScreen's aim is to locate more children that can be identified as mentally ill and routed into "mental health" treatment.

News With Views

July 5, 2006

There is no link between foster parents' sexual orientation and a child's well-being, the State Supreme Court ruled.

Arkansas cannot bar gay men and lesbians from becoming foster parents because there is no link between their sexual orientation and a child's well-being, the State Supreme Court ruled Thursday. On a vote of 7 to 0, the justices agreed with a lower court judge that the state's Child Welfare Agency Review Board, which adopted the ban in 1999, had improperly tried to regulate public morality and had violated the separation of powers between the executive branch and the General Assembly, Arkansas's legislature.

New York Times

June 30, 2006

by Mike Adams

Public trust in conventional medicine has plummeted to such an all-time low that the industry is now resorting to the threat of violence in order to market its services. Gunpoint medicine is alive and well in Seattle, Washington...

Where county law enforcement officers, prompted by Child Protective Services (CPS), arrested and jailed 34-year-old Tina Marie Carlsen for her "crime" of rescuing her infant from overzealous hospital staff who demanded they perform kidney surgery on the infant. Tina Carlsen was jailed for several days, during which she was unable to provide lifesaving mother's milk to her baby (which is crucial for a child's brain and immune system). She has still not been allowed physical contact with her infant son.

News Target

June 30, 2006

by Steven Cischke

Denial of Alleged Father's Rights Without Allowing Blood Test Precipitous and 'Difficult to Understand,' Vogel Says

A man who claimed paternity of a young child immediately upon learning of the baby's existence was entitled to assert presumed father status in dependency court, the Court of Appeal for this district has ruled. Div. One Justices Miriam A. Vogel, Robert M. Mallano and Frances Rothschild voted Monday to reverse Los Angeles Superior Court Judge S. Patricia Spear's order terminating the parental rights of a man identified in the opinion only as Jesus H.

Metropolitan News-Enterprise

June 28, 2006

by Steven Cischke

Denial of Alleged Father's Rights Without Allowing Blood Test Precipitous and 'Difficult to Understand,' Vogel Says.

A man who claimed paternity of a young child immediately upon learning of the baby's existence was entitled to assert presumed father status in dependency court, the Court of Appeal for this district has ruled.

metnews.com

June 28, 2006

by Carol M. Ostrom

When Tina Marie Carlsen smuggled her 9-month-old son, Riley Rogers, out of Children's Hospital & Medical Center hours before his scheduled kidney surgery, it was the culmination of a long and intense battle with doctors over how to treat her child.

Carlsen wanted to explore alternative treatments. But hospital officials, who believed they were running out of time, finally went to court to have Riley taken from her custody. Monday, after an Amber Alert and police manhunts, Riley was back in the hospital and Carlsen was in custody, charged with second-degree kidnapping.

The Seattle Times (WA)

June 27, 2006

by Tracy Vedder

SEATTLE - It took an Amber Alert, and a statewide search, but a 9-month old baby is now back at Children's Hospital and a judge has ordered the hospital to go ahead with surgery.

But it's a surgery the mother, Tina Carlsen, so vehemently opposes, she's now in jail as a result. The family feels betrayed while the state says it's doing what's necessary to save a little boy's life. The state calls it "slow motion death" -- that if Riley Rogers doesn't have surgery and then get dialysis, he will die.

KOMO News (WA)

June 26, 2006

by Jill Cohen Walker, J.D.

Not since the days of Noah has there been such a systematic destruction of the children, not just literally (through infanticide), but through brainwashing and abuse.

There's a lot at stake for the liberal elites and turncoat conservatives, but their plans didn't come out of thin air. The real source is spiritual, and a "war in the heavenlies" is mirroring what's happening here on earth - a war that's more insidious than those fought with guns, grenades, and rockets.

News With Views

June 25, 2006

      

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