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New York Drugs Children

May 31, 2012 in Child Protective Services, corruption, New York, Texas

My name is Tonya, and this is my story.

Child 1

Fifteen months ago I was living in the state of New York with my children, Maddy, and Michael. I had to go to Texas to take care of some business and left my children in the care of the man we s shared a house with.

One week after I was in Texas, my son called me and told me his sister and he had been thrown out into the snow. I called the local police there and asked them to pick up my children and take them to the airport where I would provide plane tickets for then to be returned to me in Houston.

The officer chose instead to take them into custody.  I was then charged with neglect and abandonment. Since then, they have drugged and institutionalized my son, and accused him of sexually abusing my daughter. She will not state that and misses her brother very much. I was told that they would have a psychiatrist say that my children could not live in the same home, and if I wanted my son I needed to sign away my rights to my daughter.

The foster parents want to adopt her. I have not signed anything. My son has been in a facility for a year, and due to lack of finances I have not seen my children since last July. I just recently discovered that there was help for me, and I am fighting with all my heart.

I am attending school to get a degree in criminal justice so that I can help others. I am starting a group called Mothers against CPS corruption.

Thank you for hearing my story and giving me hope.

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New York G-ma Files Petition

July 1, 2011 in Child Protective Services, family rights, grandparents rights, New York

Map of New York highlighting Broome County

Broome County, NY

My name is Carolyn, my grandson was taken away from his mom about 5-weeks after he was born. She did everything she could do to get him back. She had previous arrests on her record, so was ordered to drug court and probation along with rehab. Long story short, mom is in a half way house and my son is in prison.

My grandson was taken once again when his mom didn’t comply to drug court. Everyone (legal personal) has told me CPS is to find family first. In my case, I want my grandson out of foster care and living with family members — I do not want him lost in the system. I feel CPS is railroading me and they are quite rude to me, to say the least.

My studies show out of 1/2 a million children in foster care it costs the state 11 BILLION dollars a year to care for them. I am a grandmother wanting my grand baby back home and safe with me. CPS says to file a petition BUT I will sit in the court room without representation as they have their lawyers.

Any legal advise you can give me would be appreciated. I have just finished filing my petition and will be submitting it to Broome county court tomorrow.


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NY Day Care Closures

April 8, 2008 in New York

Public Hearing on Day Care Closures in New York City

The Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) recently closed two major child care centers in New York City. The NYS Assembly Committee on Children & Families, is holding a hearing on April 11th, 2008 in New York City to identify obstacles that NYC day care centers face and the reason behind recent closings.

Friday, April 11, 2008 – 10:00 a.m.
Assembly Hearing Room, Room 1923, 19th Floor
250 Broadway
New York, New York

Click here for hearing details, and to register to testify.

NY: Freedom Fighters

June 21, 2007 in New York, parental rights

Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) interviews freedom fighter Rolando Bini.

Dear Freedom Fighters,

Today, Thursday 21, 2007, I will be interviewed live at 6:30pm (EST) on the Dean Loren Show on Channel 34 of the Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN).

It is my third interview in a row. The program lasts half-an-hour.

I will be talking about the many Human Rights abuses to the people of New York City. He usually opens the lines to get questions from the public, so be ready.

The Dean Loren Show has been moved to this prime time spot starting today.

If you do not have Manhattan Cable, you can watch the program on your computer. {From the left-hand menu select Channel 34.}

Defend Human Rights, Your Life Depends of It!

~Rolando Bini
A Voice For Children

No Legal Recourse

April 16, 2007 in child abuse, false accusation, New York

Child Abuse Registry

New York State wrongly places couple on child abuse registry after couple looses child in accident.

On September 14th, 1996, the family was living in a small town in Otsego County, New York. They were just moving in that week. The father, Chris, had taken a job with the farmer that owned the house.

There was an in-ground pool on the property 75 feet from the back door of the tenant house that the family was moving into. Past the pool was the barn that Chris would be working in.

On this day, Chris came home for a break before evening chores. Mary, then 8-months-old, was not feeling well and the three boys Josh, Logan and Brady had to stay inside because I couldn’t take them out.

When Chris went to leave for chores, the family was in the living room. The three boys followed Chris out to the back door and I heard them ask if they could go to feed the cows with him, I didn’t hear what he told them. Mary was fussy and I was trying to calm her. When the boys didn’t come back in the room I assumed Chris had let them go to the barn. About 45 minutes later the two older boys came back in the room, I asked where their brother was and they said with Dad. I thought Chris had brought them back over.

A short while later, Chris came in, when I asked him where Bunches was, he said, "I thought he was with you," we started searching. I found Brady floating in the pool and tried to do CPR while Chris called for help. He was pronounced dead at Bassett Hospital.

If that wasn’t enough pain and suffering for our family, we were about to find out just how bad it could get.

After the funeral I was asked by the Sheriff to bring the boys and come down to the Sheriff’s office. They spoke to me and then the boys. Josh came out after the interview and the first thing he said to me was "Mommy, I didn’t hurt Brady." I told him I knew that, and the sheriff told me he was sorry, nobody thought he did. He was wrong.

The CPS Worker, Nancy, had more or less out right accused the 7-year-old of causing the drowning; this started 8 months of pure hell.

Finally, the family moved out of the county over a three-day weekend and Nancy was called on Monday and told to to leave us alone. She told me I had to sign permission for her to forward the case to the new county CPS worker. I wouldn’t, and didn’t. They showed up any way, but when I showed them the letter I had kept asking me to sign permission proving that I hadn’t they left without ever seeing one of my son’s or Chris. The case was closed.

Ten years later, February of 2007, I was helping a young mother who was having trouble caring for her infant. The girl took the baby to the doctors after a weekend at her boyfriend’s house. The baby was dirty so they reported her to CPS, when I took the girl and the baby to see the caseworker investigating her. They informed the girl that Chris and I were unfit to help her because we had "caused a child fatality 10-years prior and were listed on the State Register of Child Abuse."

I was sick and stunned. I had no idea.

I wrote to the State Registry and asked them to review and expunge the record, the request was denied. Now I am waiting for a hearing to be scheduled to ask that it be looked at again and the record corrected.

We were never brought before a judge or jury. We were never found guilty of a crime. Yet, this record can be brought up and thrown in our face anytime a CPS worker wants to torment us. They can tell others like the young girl we were helping, so that Brady’s death is used to hurt us publicly.

Chris is currently paid by the same county to baby-sit for our two nephews. I was paid by another county to work with families who had kids with special needs and emotional disturbances. I was also employed by a state pilot program to work with emotionally disturbed children and their families. This had never been brought up before.

My sister-in-law-to-be had her son released to her, while residing in my home, by a family court Judge. Yet, no one ever mentioned my name being on a child abuse registry. Why is it that only one of the two counties involved in the original torment brings this up, yet other counties will pay me to help families and children?

Michele Bridge

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