children stolen & abused by the state

Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Mon Dec 19, 2011 1:48 pm

Hope wrote:Pay Your Tax or we Take Your Children - LEEDS CITY COUNCIL :puke:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4w-LgRs6FmM


CHILD STEALING BY WEST YORKSHIRE POLICE ON THE PAYROLL OF LEEDS CITY COUNCIL - PART 1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92-kLl0xTVk
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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Wed Jan 04, 2012 8:57 pm

1) KCC have paid for 3 air fares, which consist of 2 flights back and
forth from the USA to UK for prospective adoptive parents. The 3rd flight
was to take the children to America.


http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/foreign_adoptive_parents_airfare#incoming-240143


Costs paid to Prospective Adoptive Parents
2010/11
Apr- Sep 2011
Description
Air Flights
3,175.53
5,700.34
Car Hire
3,003.36
3,003.36
Other Travel
6,204.20
5,964.88
Accommodation
6,720.34
4,410.00
Settling in Fee
22,491.72
8,598.44
Shipping Costs
651.73
Legal Fees
350.00
16,598.00
Loss of Income
7,200.00
5,800.00
Other Adoption
4,876.80
Related Costs
Total
49,145.15
55,603.55


Whats going on why are they trying to hide 3 children No mention of America in a FOI July 2011 :puke:


Intercountry Adoption April 2010 - April 2011

34 enquiries
5 initial visits relating to Nigeria, Colombia, Russia, China and India
1 assessment of change of approval from China to UK
6 assessments linked to Pakistan, Colombia, Nigeria, Russia, Sierra Leone
3 approvals linked to Russia, Sierra Leone, Pakistan
3 placements 1 female child from Sierra Leone and 2 female children from
China
4 post placement reports for China
6 Annual reviews 5 linked with China and 1 linked with Thailand


http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/foreign_potential_adoptive_paren#incoming-200116
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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:30 am

'Removing a child is terrible'

Sallyanne Jones is a social worker who specialises in child protection. Where she finds neglect, abuse or cruelty, she may have to split families up. Now she has a baby of her own, does she approach her job differently?

Sallyanne Jones is cradling her seven-month-old baby on her lap, smiling at her little face. But how would she feel if she had to give her child up this afternoon, knowing she wouldn't see her again for at least 18 years, and possibly never?

"In 13 years in this job, I think I've only once come across a case where the parents really didn't seem to love their child," she says.

"Removing a child is terrible, and however long you do this job you never get used to it. On one occasion, I had to peel a four-year-old child's hands from her mother's, and that's not something I'll ever forget, or want to ever repeat.

The daughter of a vicar, who grew up knowing she would like to work with children, Sallyanne, 35, fell into social work in her early 20s and loved it from the start.

Protecting Our Children begins on 31 January on BBC2 :thinks: :puke:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2012/jan/14/social-worker-child-protection-mother
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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Mon Feb 13, 2012 12:51 am

Forced Illegal Adoption by WCC/SS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTeVHms1cWs
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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:16 pm

A mother on a visit to the UK loses three children to social workers

A particularly disturbing case emerges, as the media wake up to the soaring numbers of children being taken into care.

The media, it seems, are finally waking up to the enormous increase in the number of children being taken into care in this country. It was reported last week that care applications in England are likely this year to hit an all-time record of 10,000. In just four years, the rate at which children are being removed from their parents has far more than doubled, from 380 in January 2008 to last month’s 903.

The impression we are given is that, since the torturing to death of Baby P in 2007, our social workers and courts have become much more vigilant in wishing to avert any repetition of that scandal. But this is not exactly confirmed by the fact that the percentage of children being removed for “physical abuse” has actually fallen from 12.5 per cent to 10 per cent. The proportion of those removed for “neglect” has remained the same, at 44 per cent, while that of those seized for “emotional abuse” (or just “the risk of emotional abuse”, that vague term now so fashionable among social workers as an excuse for seizing children) has risen from 25 to 28 per cent.

The real elephant in the room, however, is the seemingly ever-growing number of children who are being seized from competent and loving parents for what appear to be, at best, the flimsiest of reasons. Among half a dozen new cases which have come to my notice just in the past fortnight is that of a French mother who came to England last November with her three young daughters, for a brief visit to their father, from whom she is amicably separated. He lives with his 10-year-old daughter from a previous relationship.

The day before the mother was due to return home to France with her girls, I am told that she was having a bath while the father was downstairs cutting his eldest daughter’s hair. He accidentally cut her head slightly, drawing blood, which was noticed when she arrived at school. She explained to a teacher what had happened, with the result that social workers arrived to take her into care. The father was arrested and charged with “assault, neglect and ill-treatment”.

The mother describes how she was summoned to a police station, where she was told to sign a form she didn’t even read. This later turned out to have been a Section 20 order under the Children Act, by which parents may voluntarily put their children into care. Her girls, all under six, were taken off by social workers, and the mother was herself arrested and charged with having failed to protect the oldest girl from the “assault”, even though she was elsewhere in the house. She was given police bail and her passport was removed, so that she must remain in England at very considerable expense, to face criminal trial in April.

Her children, separated from each other, are now in foster care. When, two weeks after her arrest, she attended a case meeting at the council offices, the social workers told her that they were already drawing up an adoption plan for the girls. Although she was initially allowed supervised contact with them for six hours a week, the social workers insisted that an interpreter should be present, so that they could understand the conversation between mother and daughters. Because of the difficulty and expense this entails, their contact has now been reduced to three hours a week.

Although this particular case has unusual features, in other ways it is far from untypical of stories I hear several times a week, and which raise a very large question mark over just how pleased we should be that the seizing of children is running at a record level. The BBC may continue to present to us programmes such as its current series Protecting Our Children, showing our “brave” social workers removing children from sadly dysfunctional parents who seem unable to give them proper care. But the contrast of these to the cases I report week after week, where social workers tear families apart for no good reason, supported by a dehumanised court system, could not be starker.

Our children’s minister, Tim Loughton, insists that such cases are a handful of unfortunate exceptions. If only he would listen to the evidence, he might learn how misinformed he is.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/christopherbooker/9075866/A-mother-on-a-visit-to-the-UK-loses-three-children-to-social-workers.html
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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Tue Apr 10, 2012 3:18 pm

Named and Shamed of Cardiff
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBbS8saEcKg
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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Sun Apr 15, 2012 10:20 am

A true horror story: The abuse of teenage boys in a detention centre

The prison service and police knew of his interest in young boys. So how did Neville Husband get away – for decades – with the horrific abuse of teenagers in his care?

"There are two things that are important to successfully sexually abuse somebody," Young says. "By successful, I mean without being prosecuted. One, anonymity or silence – if you can't carry out your act without people knowing, you're not going to be at it very long. The second thing you need is a victim who's 'reliable'; a reliable victim is someone who's already been abused to the point where, if they do speak out, who on Earth is going to believe them? And who on Earth is going to believe Kevin Young, the pauper's son, who has been in and out of care, who's a knife-wielding thug, a bully?" That is how a number of care home reports described Young, but he insists he was a quiet, over-obedient boy. "The truth is, nobody would have believed me."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/apr/13/abuse-teenage-boys-detention-centre-crime

Adam Rickwood & The Medomsley Heroes FULL DOCUMENTARY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOVMEg83Cx8
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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Wed Apr 18, 2012 10:19 pm

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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby Hope » Thu Apr 19, 2012 12:42 am

VIDEO OF MISS SHARON SIMON SOCIAL WORKER FOR LAMBETH EXPOSED
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4p20fquNoo

THIS IS A VIDEO OF MY EVIDENCE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWLkeTLZKqU
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Re: children stolen & abused by the state

Postby enegiss » Fri Apr 20, 2012 12:26 pm

Hi hope, i know you wont mind me putting this here, this guy seems a real honest kind, those children are kidnapped.

this grindss my gears :ouch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YWLkeTLZKqU
if you wish to create a favourable History, then you have to start now.
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