REALITY Of Our Government
This is just one of the things, I have been talking about. This state’s DSHS/CPS agency claims to be protecting our children, to the extent that when they take our children from us when they claim abuse and neglect is going on, they terminate our parental rights. But what are we supposed to do when they put our children with abusers, and drug dealers just like the story states below, but the abuse keeps going on. While our children are being abused, and neglected, raped and even sometimes killed CPS/DSHS don’t seem to care, but when the department gets that federal money to keep that agency going no one seems to make them answer for all the levels of abuse that are children are suffering at the hands of these people who they claim they cleared to be foster parents and or adoptive parents of our precious babies. And here is a weird thing about my case they took my kids from me, claimed I medically and physically neglected my children, but I keep getting recurrent information verifying that I am not in the child abuse registry, and regards to their claim of mental disabilities their own termination paper work states the following sentence “does the mother suffer from mental disabilities” it is clearly marked no” but the 2nd question its marked i suffer from mental/emotional impairments. Common sense states if their is a mental impairment there should be a mental disability, Olympia’s Headquarters confirmed that I am not nor have I ever been in the child abuse registry, and all this time I thought my kids were trully adopted. For the last 16 years I was led on to believe this, and recently I came into information that claimed otherwise so I went to the social security administration which is supposed to be the federal government who told me that as far as their concerned my children were never adopted. There is alot of serious issues, so this is why I write these blogs because I want people to know what happened,
State settles ‘horrific’ Seattle child-abuse case for $6.55 million
The state Department of Social and Health Services reached a $6.55 million settlement Tuesday in a horrific child abuse case involving six Seattle boys who were starved, locked in a closet, and sexually and physically abused for years.
The case – a lawsuit filed by the children’s grandmother – had been scheduled to start trial Tuesday in King County Superior Court.
“I think DSHS did the right thing, finally, for this grandmother and her grandchildren,” the grandmother’s attorney, Blaine Tamaki, said in a statement.
He said the boys had endured “unimaginable acts” from the time they were very young and that the parents were drug addicts. He said the children were starved, kept in a locked closet, and and sexually and physically abused by their father and mother’s boyfriends.