Family Court Corruption: FBI a No-Show

Child Protective Services (CPS) investigates reports of child abuse, and agency caseworkers decide when children should be placed in foster care. CPS has a long history of removing children from, often poor, homes for profit, under the guise of doing “what is best for the children.” Parents and children are victimized by the system that makes a profit for holding children longer and “bonuses” for not returning children. CPS is guilty of “legally kidnapping” children from good homes, and it’s guilty of not removing children from bad homes, including foster homes. The late Georgia State Senator Nancy Schaefer investigated CPS corruption in her state. Senator Schaefer said, “… I believe Child Protective Services nationwide has become corrupt and that the entire system is broken almost beyond repair.”

The following statements reflect the views of American citizens, that uphold the alleged corruption going on in family court, in which the FBI is a no-show. About elders placed into the state system, a website for the purpose of stopping guardian abuse said, “Adult guardianship has become a feeding trough for unethical lawyers and other ‘fiduciaries’…American Taxpayers… are forced to pay the Medicaid tab for continued lifelong care.” On children becoming wards of the state, Eagle Forum said, “… it is more accurate to say that ultimately they have become wards of the state, which establishes what amounts to a puppet government within the family.” The Protective Mother’s Alliance International also commented on children who become wards of the state when they said, “…two preteen sisters have been seized from their parents’ custody by Child Protective Services and Phoenix Children’s Hospital…when a child is a ward of the state, medical research may be conducted on the child.”


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