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Court Exposed: Wayne County, MI

May 26, 2012 in CPS, due process, family court, justice, Michigan

We put Wall Street men and women in jail when they defraud people of their money. Yet Judge Leslie Kim Smith thinks nothing of giving her clerk a stamp with her signature on it — to remove people’s children. And nothing is being done about.

What is wrong with this picture?

Families torn apart illegally? Heather Catallo investigates

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By:  Heather Catallo

(WXYZ) – When protective services take children from their parents, state law  says a judge must first personally review the case and sign off. But that was  not happening in one of Michigan’s busiest courts.

It’s called “rubber stamping,” and last August 7 Action News first exposed  how court staff were literally stamping a judge’s name onto orders that allowed  the state to take kids from their parents.

After our investigations – the rubber stamping stopped – but no one has ever  been held accountable — not the judge, not the chief judge or child protective  services.

“Why was this allowed to happen in your court,” Catallo asked Wayne County  Circuit Court Judge Leslie Kim Smith.

Smith is the presiding judge at the James Lincoln Hall of Justice, the  county’s juvenile court. It was her name that had been stamped on removal  orders. And legal experts tell us, that stamp allowed children to be taken from  their parents illegally.

Testimony under oath in the Godboldo case revealed that caseworkers routinely  took their petitions to probation officers inside the court, who would then  stamp Judge Leslie Kim Smith’s name onto the removal orders.

“It is completely illegal,” said Joshua Kay a professor with the University  of Michigan Law School’s Child Advocacy Law Clinic

 

“This system is destroying the future of America.  And if something is  not done about it, we won’t have a future,” said Godboldo.

Maryanne Godboldo is now suing the state, Wayne County, and Detroit police  for illegally taking her child.

Read more: http://www.wxyz.com/dpp/news/local_news/investigations/removal-order#ixzz1vxPp398W

Please do some checking into your own case. If your case was rubber stamped, you can and should sue. (It is surely happening in more places than Wayne County, Michigan)

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Sneaky, Underhanded Liars…

May 15, 2012 in CPS, Wisconsin

Christmas Eve of 2011 I turned my head for a few seconds while my children were in the bath, my child started shaking and then stopped breathing after I had picked him up. After nearly four months went by CPS had decided that I neglected my children and that I am abused. I am not, we are not abused.

March 26th 2012, I was called into the CPS office. I was told it was to do a follow up to close the case. Upon arriving my children were separated from me and I was told I had 2 choices: 1 go to jail, loose my children or 2 go with my children to a safe home.

I signed an infomal disposition agreement in order to keep my children who I could hear crying through the walls. I didn’t know what the agreement meant or said, and I didn’t recieve a copy of it until a week later when I stopped in and demanded it. After this I was told that I could continue my relationship with their father so long as I did not disclose the location of my children.

April 13th 2012, a friend offered to watch the kids so I could go see Brandon. At our home late that night three officers showed up. I was arrested without reason.

That morning the investigator of my childrens case and whom I was told ordered our arrests came into my cell and asked me to disclose the location of my children. I was told they only needed to enusre their safety. I asked if they planned to remove my children, if that was why I was taken to jail. I was assured they only needed to ensure the children were safe.

A few hours later a social worker came in and informed me that my children had been taken into the custody of the state of Wisconsin.

I have not seen, talked to, or heard from my children since. Many other things have happened since then. Do you have any resources that may be of help to us?

 

Thank you for your time,
Chrystal Day Mueller
http://www.adamscountykidnap.us

Waikiki Child in Danger!

January 24, 2012 in Hawaii, investigation, jail

To Whom it May Concern,

I would like to inform you of the current situation that myself and my boyfriend are going through.

My boyfriend has a two year old son named Joe who’s mother is a prostitute and drug addict. Her boyfriend is also a well know drug addict and dealer in Waikiki.

For the previous eight months they have shared Joe with us. My boyfriend (Joe’s father) and I both work full time, and I attend the UH Manoa full time. We have a 3 bedroom home in Ewa Beach that Joe is very comfortable and happy at.

When we have Joe on weekends, a typical weekend includes trips to the pool, beach, playground, and non stop fun. We love and adore him, and his father has been working extremely hard towards getting full custody of Joe. Unfortunately, Joe’s mother completely cut us off from him after Thanksgiving. We have tried to contact her and her boyfriend several times and they refused to respond.

Monday the 16th was Joe’s 2nd birthday and we found out that his mother was in jail. We called everyone we could to find out more information as to the whereabouts of Joe. We heard nothing. His mother jumped from different hotels for months but luckily recently moved into a Waikiki apartment. We knew where it was but not their apartment number.

We retrieved Joe’s birth certificate from the Department of Health and asked for police assistance. HPD arrived and said that they could not go knocking on every door and obviously the mother gave her boyfriend verbal permission to keep her son, and they sent us away. We then contacted the FBI and they stated the same. CPS was next, they said they would look into it.

We have yet to hear back from any of these agencies. Joe is in the hands of a heroin addict/dealer who has no blood relation to him. Joe is in danger and is being withheld from his father by this man and no one is helping! This is absurd! Why hasn’t anything been done?

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Big Medicine and the Family Courts

November 20, 2011 in family court, family rights, justice, Maryland, medication

If you are dealing with the medical community and the family courts, this book is a must read. Readers describe the book as interesting, tragic, funny, compelling, amazing, and more. If you think you have problems, please know that you are not alone.

The Good, The Bad, and The Crazy:
(No One’s Ever Called Me Boring)

The Book Big Medicine And Family Court Does NOT Want You Reading

The Good, the Bad, and the CRAZY: (No One's Ever Called Me Boring)The Good, The Bad, and The Crazy: No One’s Ever Called Me Boring (Duke, M.D. Literary Enterprises, L.L.C.) by Mary Ann Duke, M.D., is the true story of a modern-day Joan of Arc who survived being burned at the stake by the male-dominated medical and judicial systems, and now dares to tell the unrevealed truth.

Mary Ann Duke was the epitome of a success story. She graduated from medical school at age twenty-three and became a board-certified ophthalmologist by age thirty. Her private practice in the prestigious suburb of Potomac, Maryland had a patient list that read like a Who’s Who of the Washington Metropolitan Social Register. Dr. Duke was granted privileges at the renowned John Hopkins’ Wilmer Eye Institute. Happily married, she lived in a gorgeous home with her husband and their three beautiful children.

That is, until the day she found her husband and best friend together and her perfect world exploded, sinking her into a pit of despair. This was the beginning of the end for Mary Ann Duke; the God-fearing, small town girl from upstate New York. She began drinking to ease her pain, and the alcohol, along with an untreated bipolar disorder, soon cost her everything…

The Good, The Bad, and The Crazy is packed with life lessons that come together in a mixture of spirit and guts, new-found wisdom and touching sorrow. This writer’s sharp wit and glorious sense of humor (especially when she describes being in jail with an alleged killer) makes her book a page-turner that is impossible to put down!

The Good, The Bad, and The Crazy not only chronicles the myriad challenges and prejudices a brilliant, young female doctor faces from both the medical and legal systems, but it also tells the very personal and moving story of her downward spiral into alcoholism; her private war with bipolar disorder; her fight for custody of her children, and the pain of incarceration. Yet the sheer determination and perseverance of this writer incites readers to cheer for her tenacious spirit that has proven no matter what the odds – she will never give up.

Dr. Mary Ann Duke’s electrifying book challenges the status quo and shamelessly avenges her honor. It is a story of social protest that will be read and revered for generations to come. The final pages of The Good, The Bad, and The Crazy are scanned medical and legal documents that prove the truth of her writing.

The Amazon description calls the book a blockbuster…

A blockbuster in the secret world of sexual discrimination. “The Good, The Bad, and THE CRAZY” is a riveting true story of a young woman trying to fulfill her childhood dreams of career and family, to be repeatedly gunned down by the medical and judicial systems. The author candidly writes of her joys and successes and also her divorce, despair into alcoholism, custody wars and even jail time, with guts and humor.

Dr. Mary Ann Duke’s perseverance is an inspiration to any one who has faced adversity or prejudice, and her amazing story is proven in a unique “Documentation” section.

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In a Former Life…

February 8, 2009 in Ohio

It’s not really public knowledge (until now) that I was a little nuts back in my youth. It seemed a perfectly natural thing to me, when I ran gorilla style holding my section of our heavy logging chain. We hurriedly wound our weighty burden around posts, window bars and anything else that was fastened down, after which we locked in with Kryptonite Bicycle Locks.

The spectacle we made of ourselves – there were about a dozen of us on what we lovingly called the “chain gang.” We were warriors in a fight against death.

I don’t recall the exactly year but I do recall vividly the day 173 people were arrested for closing down the Center for Choice II in Toledo, OH. My fellow warriors and I were elated that no children would die at that clinic that day. It was what might be considered a hollow victory but in my heart, I truly believe that at least one life was spared that day. One mother made the decision to give her child life.

In a Former Life by Annette M. Hall

Someday I dream of meeting such a person. Maybe it was a girl and what if she grew up to be a doctor or professor and taught others to save lives?

I “rescued” many children in my activities with Operation Rescue, lead by Christian activist Randall Terry. He inspired thousands through word and deed to create a movement that had decided to put action to their words. It was a time of great sacrifice and love.

In recent years, I’m ashamed to say saving innocent children from a certain death has not been first and foremost on my mind. I guess my mission in life hasn’t really changed all that much. I simply changed focus. In my heart, I know that little unborn children are sent to be with our Lord and that can’t be a bad thing.

On the other hand there are millions of children being torn from their parents arms. State workers are breaking hearts, killing our beloved children and committing heinous acts of unrelenting cruelty.

I will never understand how these people sleep at night. And how is it that the children who honestly need and deserve help never seem to get it but perfectly happy children from healthy environments end up being stolen from their families – not just their parents – but their entire family? These children are losing their birthright, their inheritance; their entire life will never be the same.

This is cultural suicide. What is our nation going to look like 20 years from now? Every single one of us know someone who has lost his or her children or is fighting like hell to keep them. How long do you think it will take before these actions will have a detrimental effect on society at large?

It is a well-known fact that foster children rarely graduate from high school; they are much more likely to end up in jail than children from mainstream families.

How can our trusted legislators and congressmen sit idly by and do nothing? Many have written to request help, very few families, if any, have ever received any. Families who are targeted generally end up in dire straights as they are slowly bled dry and financial reserves are depleted by greedy attorneys, heavy-handed court orders and in many cases child support. Isn’t that a slap in the face?

Not only do they remove your children, against your will but they make you pay for it as well. Give me a break.

This is wrong and everyone knows it. Just like abortion. I’ve talked to thousands of people about abortion and no matter how convincing of an argument a pro-abortionist makes, deep down in their hearts they know killing is wrong.

Right is right – Wrong is wrong and killing is always wrong, unless it’s in self-defense and what chance do defenseless children have against a society hell bent on destroying their lives.

The system would change really quickly if every foster child sued the state that ordered their removal from his or her family, as soon as they turn 18. Sue for damages, emotional distress, your life has been stolen, without compensation.

I guess I’m still a crusader at heart. No wonder my son wants to be a super hero.

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