For some insane reason the county judges are representing Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR). Every charge that DHR has against a parent is based on a worker’s opinion. I have opinions too.
Do you think maybe as a taxpayer, homeowner, registered voter and law-abiding citizen in this county, that our judicial representatives can back me too? Does this also mean that my opinions can be considered as law, as our judges deem DRH’s opinions as such?
So, here is my story of my living hell, and my entire family for over two years now. It all began in MAY of 2008, when my daughter went to pick up her child at school. When she got there a DHR worker, a police officer, and school officials had her child in a secluded room, by herself. They had evidently been interrogating her about something she had told the teacher. My daughter did not know what was going on.
They had questioned her child without notifying anyone for permission to do so. The child had told school staff that her daddy had taken a picture of her on his computer. This is what this group of over zealous, sick-minded freaks created from her unlawful interrogation.
They decided that my daughter and her husband were involved in child porn. The county sheriff and DHR went to their home, and went through her Dad’s computer with special software and found nothing — this took them several hours.
Even though they found nothing, they continued to remove their children from their home and we all agreed to place them in my home with my wife and me, with the understanding that we would not question our granddaughter about the incident. We abided by our agreement, but the following week we were told to take the kids to an advocacy center, which we did. The children were taken off alone. We were not allowed to know what these sickos did to both of these kids.
When they were through with what ever they were doing with the kids, the kids left with us and we were told to meet back at the DHR office, which we did. As we were entering the office area other workers ushered the kids into what I thought was a waiting room. Then my wife and I were led to another office and these other workers commenced to inform us that they were removing the children from our care so they would know they were safe.
They said the District Attorney’s office ordered it. DHS never showed us a court order and no officer was present. They broke their signed contract with us and portrayed themselves as legal representatives of the court. This means that DHR can break legal contracts with you, and impersonate legal professionals, with not as much as a slap on the wrist. Employees of the state of Alabama can break all the laws of the land without being prosecuted or least they think they can.
I want them to enjoy their freedom while they can, for this a federal crime and enforceable.