This website is made for ryder to find and read about who he really is!
your aunt sarah riding down the driveway
here are just three of the junk cars the lady gave as a reason for taking you away a two door impala  a 1968 firebird and a old hd... "junk my ass"
your great grandfather leonard warmington when he was on the army boxing team
me lenny lee warmington your grandfather
and
author of all this crap!
i am to blame for this i accept all responsibility for it
no one else writes this no one else has anything to do with this just me so if you need to jail someone this is what i look like  so you wont mistake me for someone else and arrest the wrong guy.
your uncle spencer playing his guitar
this handsome devil is your daddy he looks just like you dont he!
<-------Leonard H Warmington
Matthew L Warmington-------->
your Grandma Juliana this whole thing made her cry i have spent my whole life trying to keep her happy and to stop stuff from making her cry
the whole thing about the baby having tested positive for marajuana is so ubsurd that i think they made it up and there never was any at all they just made it up faked the test if there ever really was a test  for what reason i do not know but i challenge their test i say fake or erroneous never happened at all .
Did you know your grandfather is an accomplished artist he makes music on the computer and has had his music played on internet radio all over the planet his music page has been visited over 50,000 times and counting.
i am putting this here because they made me delete my facebook page and take down the petition to stop the adoption. it's a proposed letter to the editor about who we are.
i wonder if they know that we have our own graveyard right here on the ranch.
i wonder if they know we have been here for 150 years
i wonder if they know your daddy ,your uncles, your grand parents your great grand parents are alive
and live here on the ranch.
your great great great grandparents lived here all their lives and are buried up at the cemetery
about a mile as the crow flies from the ranch house where i am writing this letter
i wonder if they realize it's a big thing to us "our family"
we have always taken care of our own
your daddy has stumbled on his journey down the road of life
we are picking him up right now it will be up to him if he get's ahead in his life but if he falters we will pick him up again. this is as it has been and always will be
we believe that family is first held above everything else "except god and of course ceasar".
we do as god wishes and give ceasar his dues as he demands.
we are not willingly letting you be adopted make no mistake you were taken by ceasar and given to the chosen..
we would have protected. you and sheltered you, educated you and protected you from harm
not only as well as but better  than anyone else will.
we are a clan of hillbillies some educated some less so but united as a family
matthew your daddy has only stumbled he has not fallen
we will stand him up again over and over untill he takes his proper place in the family.
our family is a on going intervention we all try and point the ones that drift back to the path daily.
he as well as you would be with at least three family members everyday some your peers some your elders
on many ocaisions there as many as twenty of your relatives within shouting distance.
your great grand father has a log cabin on the west side of the ranch
your uncle Levant has a house on the north side
your daddy was raised up here in my house on the south end
your uncle lindon is putting up his house near the center
even your uncle ray is scratching around and hinting about where the elders are going to let him start building his home.
matthew as a responsible god fearing warmington and very proud to be one
he has a very slim chance of failing in his life. we will feed him we will advise him always unconditionally forever.
we are not of the kind that when you turn18 out you go! 
your daddy, you, all of us can live here untill they desire something else. all of us are free to better our lives
but if we stumble if we are bessett by hard times we can return and the family will help you with your tribulations...

for reasons known only to god and our great wise government you have been seized taken and held incognito meaning they do not want us to know your location. and i fear they will do the same with your name and try and get you to forget your father and the rest of us. we have not been instructed to be silent or to not protest this injustice except in the case of the court ordered removal of the petition. which has been done. i have become convinced that this injustice will take place and you will be given to another family to be raised by.
you are going to find that you are a very intelligent person
you are going to be about six feet tall you are going to be about 160 pounds
you will develop a pot belly when you turn 45 years old your hair will whiten with age
you will need to keep special care of your teeth warmington genes are no good when it comes to teeth.
you are going to try and play football or soccer and you will injure your knee we all did and they still hurt.
you will live to be over a hundred years if you do not smoke tabbaco and live a clean life
as of the writing of this letter your great grandfather is 84 years old has a girlfriend half his age rides a 400 cc scooter plays tennis and hops all over the world just to get a better look at it. 
so your future is sure to be a long one if you take care of your self
we will wait and hold the door open for your return. if you choose to return
if they let you retain your heritage if they let you remember your name


any reference to anybody is fictitious and  nobody who works for the government ever lies or is decietfull this is pure fiction and could not possibly happen in our great united states of america or could it
a couple of videos i made showing the ranch when i was selling manzanita wedding trees on the internet never made any money but i tried..
they said calling this page ryderwarmington.com is illegal and i have to change it. sorry i cannot do that i already paid to register the url and they wont give me my money back even if i was to ask.
these pages are made for you to find when you turn 18 and can choose to come home if you want. if you find it before then just hold on to your britches and do as your adoptive parents tell you they love you. they are the people your kidnappers gave your pink slip to so they are your registered owners for now. by the time you can find and read these pages there should be a pretty complete history of what you missed lots of pictures and news of whats been going on here while you were being held against our will. i will keep writing this untill your 18th birthday and wait for you to find it. the main worry is they will some how bamboozle you into forgetting your last name and forget to tell you that you were adopted. that would be a bad thing but i think you are already old enough to remember daddy matt and grandpa warmington and of course your grandmother  juliana warmington  oh dont forget your aunt sarah and sutter your cousin.. as soon as the dust settles a bit i will post a bunch of pictures of you and when you find this weather by stumbling on to it or searching for the thing you seem to be missing. you will find some pictures of yourself and that will prove to you what's been going on. too bad it is going to take such a long time but it will be in the past before you know it
at least thats how your grandfather see's it going down. growing you up aint going to be easy for them us warmingtons are a notorious bunch of pain in the asses. one of my favorites is saying what the hell do you mean i cant do that look watch me it's easy... see you soon love you ryder..
THE CAST OF CHARACTERS
an average of ten yes ten actual premium experts with the highest degrees in their fields. a combined well over 150 years experience between them a veritable fount of abillity the finest people money can buy. they appear out of the silence amid the rustling of papes and brief cases.silently moving towards their places all elevated above the common people seated in the gallery. the higher the seat the more important to the proceedings. after all of them have neared their places all rise is called by the clerk. in comes the person with the highest seat in the room a veritable throne high above the others the judge is in the room. she sits down and then the clerk calls
you may be seated to the common folk below. this hearing however is not what it seems to be it grinds on day after day removing children from this family and giving them to that family. all day long day after day week after week the same judge the same experts the same testimony just different children taken from their families for different reasons some aggregious some not so much.all in the hopes of bettering the lives of the children but does it work are all these children going to prosper? be happy lead satisfying childhoods with loving parents? what are the odds what are the statistics what is the failure rate for these adoptions are the numbers there to back up the statement that they are an unqualified success . or do they make mistakes as my research continues i will have those numbers and publish them here are they producing results or just screwing things up we shall see.
you do realise  the boy likes us and has just about bonded with us as well as he has his prospective adoptive parents not nuch difference in that matter he could go either way if they would stop pushing him towards the other guy's
i know there is somebody out there somewhere that can help i believe in dudley doo right and the cavalry i need somebody to come riding out of the morning sun over the hill shouting dont fret i will save you come on i know your out there perry mason give up some of your time and get these guy's to knock it off.
I Want that one over there pretty plain to me no law none zilch nada none "freedom of speech"---->
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Criticism
Brenda Scott, in her 1994 book Out of Control: Who's Watching Our Child Protection Agencies, criticizes CPS, stating, "Child Protective Services is out of control. The system, as it operates today, should be scrapped. If children are to be protected in their homes and in the system, radical new guidelines must be adopted. At the core of the problem is the antifamily mindset of CPS. Removal is the first resort, not the last. With insufficient checks and balances, the system that was designed to protect children has become the greatest perpetrator of harm.
Despite the benefits of the services of the CPS, in the last two decades, the CPS has come under intense private and public scrutiny as an institution than can and has caused great harm in the name of protection. Although child welfare agencies are generally viewed positively, there has been an increase in the amount of cases where critics believe CPS have reacted out of their bounds.
A notable recent case is the family of Gary and Melissa Gates in Texas. The school called the local CPS and requested the Child Protective Services forcibly remove all thirteen of the Gates children and take them to foster homes under a court order which allowed an
Emergency Removal when there is clear evidence of danger to the physical health & safety of the child. The local CPS gave the explanation that they felt, quote, "Mr. Gates was uncooperative and his uncooperativeness with us put the children at risk." Even though the court ordered the children to be returned, CPS continues to classify the Gates as child abusers. Some have accused the CPS of having too much immediate power leaving the parents feeling lost and aggravated. The CPS has been accused of prejudging parents before proper investigations were done.
An ongoing case about Nastic family living in U.S. has received an intervention from the Serbia government. Children were taken away from their parents after their naked photos were found on the father's computer. Such photos are common in Serbia culture. Furthermore, parents claim that their ethnic and religious rights have been violated - children are not permitted to speak Serbian, nor to meet with their parents for orthodox Christmas. They can meet only mother once a week. Children have suffered psychological traumas due to their separation from parents. Polygraph showed that father did not abuse children. Trial is set for January 26. Psychologists from Serbia stated that few hours of conversation with children are enough to see whether they have been abused. Children were taken from their family 7 months ago.
FBI started an investigation against the CPS.
Brenda Scott, in her study of CPS concluded, "Child Protective Services is out of control. The system, as it operates today, should be scrapped. If children are to be protected in their homes and in the system, radical new guidelines must be adopted. At the core of the problem is the anti-family mindset of CPS. Removal is the first resort, not the last. With insufficient checks and balances, the system that was designed to protect children has become the greatest perpetrator of harm. Further to that information, several former CPS workers retired from the service, due to increasing circumstances and practices carried out by the organization.
Texas
The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services had itself been an object of reports of unusual numbers of poisonings, death, rapes and pregnancies of children under its care since 2004. The Texas Family and Protective Services Crisis Management Team was created by executive order after the critical report Forgotten Children of 2004.
Texas Child Protective Services was hit with a rare if not unprecedented legal sanction for a "groundless cause of action" and ordered to pay $32,000 of the Spring family's attorney fees. Judge Schneider wrote in a 13-page order, "The offensive conduct by (CPS) has significantly interfered with the legitimate exercise of the traditional core functions of this court.
Nancy Schaefer
Georgia  published a report "The Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services" making many claims against CPS including:
Unfair judgement of families, especially those most unable to defend themselves. Without compassion, unreasonable and impossible demands that separate families and cause stress are made of parents.
Local governments accustomed to resulting flow of taxpayer dollars to balance growing budgets routinely ignore charges against Child Protective Services. Funding continues as long as children are out of their home, adoption bonuses are also available, but no incentive remains to return children home.
On top of $4000–$6000 per child is a multiplying factor based on the percentage that a state exceeds its baseline adoption goal.
Bonuses and incentives cause employees to work diligently to exploit children for government money while parents are charged for the cost of their care. Fraud, fabrication, withholding, and destroying of evidence, unnecessary termination of parental rights, and double dipping are common while confidentiality clause is used to protect the beneficiaries.
Beneficiaries include state employees, lawyers, court investigators, guardian ad litems, court personnel, judges, psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, caseworkers, therapists, foster parents, adoptive parents, and others. Incentives to put children on more drugs per day involve additional funds and Medicaid.
Parents are sometimes pressured by CPS agents to divorce their spouse in order to see their children again. Parental cooperation is often interpreted as guilt, and parents separated from their children are treated as criminals often without access to visit or even see their children.
Child protective services is a wasteful bureaucracy with no clear leader and unclear policies. State legislators are generally powerless to correct the federally mandated system.
Tragedies happen where children die in CPS custody due to neglect or abuse while parents are trying hard to regain custody of their children. Such tragedies should never happen.
While CPS claims relatives are contacted, there are very many cases that proves false, where grandparents and other relatives attempt to get custody and are denied. Parents and grandparents lose all connections to their heirs while children lose their heritage.
The California Little Hoover Commission Report in 2003 reported that 30% to 70% of the children in California group homes neither belong there nor should have been removed from their own homes.
Children are in far greater danger in CPS custody today than in imperfect homes. The National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect reported in 1998 that six times as many children died in foster care than in the general public. Children removed to official “safety” are far more likely to suffer sexual molestation and other abuse than in the general population.

Texas 2008 Raid of YFZ Ranch
Main article: YFZ Ranch </wiki/YFZ_Ranch>
In April 2008, the largest child protection action in American history raised questions as the CPS in Texas removed hundreds of minor children, infants, and women incorrectly believed to be children from the
YFZ Ranch </wiki/YFZ_Ranch> polygamist community, with the assistance of heavily armed police with an armored personnel carrier. Investigators, including supervisor Angie Voss </w/index.php?title=Angie_Voss&action=edit&redlink=1> convinced a judge that all of the children were at risk of child abuse because they were all being groomed for under-age marriage. The state supreme court disagreed, releasing most children back to their families. Investigations would result in criminal charges against some men in the community.
Gene Grounds of Victim Relief Ministries commended CPS workers in the Texas operation as exhibiting compassion, professionalism and caring concern.
[49] However, CPS performance was questioned by workers from the Hill Country Community Mental Health-Mental Retardation Center. One wrote "I have never seen women and children treated this poorly, not to mention their civil rights being disregarded in this manner" after assisting at the emergency shelter. Others who were previously forbidden to discuss conditions working with CPS later produced unsigned written reports expressed anger at the CPS traumatizing the children, and disregarding rights of mothers who appeared to be good parents of healthy, well-behaved children. CPS threatened some MHMR workers with arrest, and the entire mental health support was dismissed the second week due to being "too compassionate." Workers believed poor sanitary conditions at the shelter allowed respiratory infections </wiki/Respiratory_infections> and chicken pox </wiki/Chicken_pox> to spread.[50]
[edit </w/index.php?title=Child_Protective_Services&action=edit&section=21>] CPS problem reports
The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services </wiki/Texas_Department_of_Family_and_Protective_Services>, as with other states, had itself been an object of reports of unusual numbers of poisonings, death, rapes and pregnancies of children under its care since 2004. The Texas Family and Protective Services Crisis Management Team was created by executive order after the critical report Forgotten Children[51] of 2004. Texas Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn made a statement in 2006 about the Texas foster care system.[52] In Fiscal 2003, 2004 and 2005, respectively 30, 38 and 48 foster children died in the state's care. The number of foster children in the state's care increased 24 percent to 32,474 in Fiscal 2005, while the number of deaths increased 60 percent. Compared to the general population, a child is four times more likely to die in the Texas foster care system. In 2004, about 100 children were treated for poisoning from medications; 63 were treated for rape that occurred while under state care including four-year old twin boys, and 142 children gave birth, though others believe Ms. Strayhorn's report was not scientifically researched, and that major reforms need to be put in place to assure that children in the conservatorship of the state get as much attention as those at risk in their homes.
[edit </w/index.php?title=Child_Protective_Services&action=edit&section=22>] Responsibility for misconduct
In May 2007, the United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals found in ROGERS v. COUNTY OF SAN JOAQUIN, No. 05-16071[53] that a CPS social worker acting without due process and without exigency (emergency conditions) violated the 14th Amendment and Title 42 United State Code Section 1983. The Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution </wiki/Fourteenth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution> says that a state may not make a law that abridges "abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States" and no state may "deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." Title 42 United States Code Section 1983[54] states that citizens can sue a person that deprives them of their rights under the pretext of a regulation of a state.
[edit </w/index.php?title=Child_Protective_Services&action=edit&section=23>] Disproportionality & Disparity in the Child Welfare System
In the United States, data suggests that a disproportionate number of minority children, particularly African American and Native American children </wiki/Aboriginal_child_protection>, enter the foster care system.[55] National data in the United States provides evidence that disproportionality may vary throughout the course of a child's involvement with the child welfare system. Differing rates of disproportionality are seen at key decision points including the reporting of abuse, substantiation of abuse, and placement into foster care.[56] Additionally, once they enter foster care, research suggests that they are likely to remain in care longer.[57] Research has shown that there is no difference in the rate of abuse and neglect among minority populations when compared to Caucasian children that would account for the disparity.[58] The Juvenile Justice system has also been challenged by disproportionate negative contact of minority children.[59] Because of the overlap in these systems, it is likely that this phenomenon within multiple systems may be related.
[edit </w/index.php?title=Child_Protective_Services&action=edit&section=24>] Constitutional issues
In May 2007, the United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals found in Rogers v. County of San Joaquin, No. 05-16071[60] that a CPS social worker who removed children from their natural parents into foster care without obtaining judicial authorization was acting without due process and without exigency (emergency conditions) violated the 14th Amendment and Title 42 United State Code Section 1983. The Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution </wiki/Fourteenth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution> says that a state may not make a law that abridges "... the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States" and no state may "deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws." Title 42 United States Code Section 1983[61] states that citizens can sue in federal courts </wiki/United_States_federal_courts> any person who acting under a color of law </wiki/Color_(law)> to deprive the citizens of their civil rights under the pretext of a regulation of a state, See.[62]
In case of Santosky v. Kramer, 455 US 745,
Supreme Court </wiki/Supreme_Court_of_the_United_States> reviewed a case when Department of Social Services </wiki/Department_of_Social_Services> removed two younger children from their natural parents only because the parents had been previously found negligent toward their oldest daughter.[63] When the third child was only three days old, DSS transferred him to a foster home on the ground that immediate removal was necessary to avoid imminent danger to his life or health. The Supreme Court vacated previous judgment and stated: "Before a State may sever completely and irrevocably the rights of parents in their natural child, due process requires that the State support its allegations by at least clear and convincing evidence. But until the State proves parental unfitness, the child and his parents share a vital interest in preventing erroneous termination of their natural relationship".[63]
A District of Columbia Court of Appeals concluded that the lower trial court erred in rejecting the relative custodial arrangement selected by the natural mother who tried to preserve her relationship with the child.
[64] The previous judgment granting the foster mother's adoption petition was reversed, the case remanded to the trial court to vacate the orders granting adoption and denying custody, and to enter an order granting custody to the child's relative.[64]
[edit </w/index.php?title=Child_Protective_Services&action=edit&section=25>] Notable lawsuits
In 2010 an ex-foster child was awarded $30 million by jury trial in California </wiki/California> (Santa Clara County </wiki/Santa_Clara_County>) for sexual abuse damages that happened to him in foster home from 1995 to 1999.[65][66] The foster parent, John Jackson, was licensed by state despite the fact that he abused his own wife and son, overdosed on drugs and was arrested for drunken driving. In 2006, Jackson was convicted in Santa Clara County of nine counts of lewd or lascivious acts on a child by force, violence, duress, menace and fear and seven counts of lewd or lascivious acts on a child under 14, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office.[65] The sex acts he forced the children in his foster care to perform sent him to prison for 220 years. Later in 2010, Giarretto Institute, the private foster family agency responsible for licensing and monitoring Jackson's foster home and others, also was found to be negligent and liable for 75 percent of the abuse that was inflicted on the victim, and Jackson was liable for the rest.[65]
In 2009
Oregon Department of Human Services </wiki/Oregon_Department_of_Human_Services> has agreed to pay $2 million into a fund for the future care of twins who were allegedly abused by their foster parents; it was the largest such settlement in the agency's history.[67] According to the civil rights </wiki/Civil_liberties> suit filed on request of twins' adoptive mother in December 2007 in U.S. Federal Court </wiki/United_States_federal_courts>, kids were kept in makeshift cages—cribs covered with chicken wire secured by duct tape—in a darkened bedroom known as "the dungeon." The brother and sister often went without food, water or human touch. The boy, who had a shunt put into his head at birth to drain fluid, didn't receive medical attention, so when police rescued the twins he was nearly comatose. The same foster family previously took in their care hundreds of other children over nearly four decades.[68] DHS said the foster parents deceived child welfare workers during the checkup visits.[67]
Several lawsuits were brought in 2008 against the
Florida </wiki/Florida> Department of Children & Families (DCF), accusing it of mishandling reports that Thomas Ferrara, 79, a foster parent, was molesting girls.[69][70] The suits claimed that though there were records of sexual misconduct allegations against Ferrara in 1992, 1996, and 1999, the DCF continued to place foster children with Ferrara and his then-wife until 2000.[69] Ferrara was arrested in 2001 after a 9-year-old girl told detectives he regularly molested her over two years and threatened to hurt her mother if she told anyone. Records show that Ferrara had as many as 400 children go through his home during his 16 years as a licensed foster parent from 1984 to 2000.[69] Officials stated that the lawsuits over Ferrara end up costing the DCF almost $2.26 million.[70] Similarly, in 2007 Florida </wiki/Florida>'s DCF paid $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit that alleged DCF ignored complaints that another mentally challenged Immokalee girl was being raped by her foster father, Bonifacio Velazquez, until the 15-year-old gave birth to a child.[71][72][73]
In a
class action </wiki/Class_action> lawsuit Charlie and Nadine H. v. McGreevey[74] was filed in federal court </wiki/United_States_federal_courts> by "Children’s Rights" New York organization on behalf of children in the custody of the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services </wiki/Division_of_Youth_and_Family_Services> (DYFS).[75][76] The complaint alleged violations of the children's constitutional rights and their rights under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act </wiki/Social_Security_(United_States)>, the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act </wiki/Child_Abuse_Prevention_and_Treatment_Act>, Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment, 504 of the Rehabilitation Act,  and the Multiethnic Placement Act (MEPA). In July 2002, the federal court granted plaintiffs’ experts access to 500 children’s case files, allowing plaintiffs to collect information concerning harm to children in foster care through a case record review.These files revealed numerous cases in which foster children were abused, and DYFS failed to take proper action. On June 9, 2004, the child welfare panel appointed by the parties approved the NJ State’s Reform Plan. The court accepted the plan on June 17, 2004. The same organization filed similar lawsuits against other states in recent years that caused some of the states to start child welfare reforms.
In 2007 Deanna Fogarty-Hardwick obtained a jury verdict against Orange County (California) and two of its social workers for violating her Fourteenth Amendment rights to familial association.
[ The $4.9 million verdict grew to a $9.5 million judgment as the County lost each of its successive appeals. The case finally ended in 2011 when the United States Supreme Court denied Orange County's request to overturn the verdict.
Effectiveness
In a nationwide study, researchers examined children in 595 families over a period of 9 years. They discovered that in the households where child abuse was substantiated by evidence, risk factors remained unchanged during interviews with the families. Additionally, CPS visits can feel stressful and intrusive for the entire family.
these things are cut and pasted from wiki one is from a book! see i am not the only guy that noticed something fishey
read about how the texas state senator thinks they are out of control
and whats more is his father has been denied his parental rights because they claim he is addicted to illegal drugs yet he has never been convicted or even charged with any crime at all. he has a spic and span criminal record not even a traffic accident nothing.. how is it he is a drug addict if he has never been proven so.
the only reason that any bonding has occurred between the boy and his foster/adoptive parents is because that is where he has been held hostage for the last two years while he was stuck in the system. he had bonded with me and his grandmother first.. given half a chance he would learn to love us again if the state did not force us to monthly visits in little sterile cement block rooms with a guy taking notes for two hours a month that is what is goofing up the boy that is the basis for any so called issues he may be having  making him call us memaw and papa and call his father daddy matt. telling us what we can say during the visits the boy is not stupid he see's that something strange is going on  and that is the cause of his night scares. lets at least tell him the truth. so he can stop having bad dreams..
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the more i look around the more pissed off people i find lot's and lot's of people do not like the cps.
hey i got it !
what these guy's are missing is a jury!
sure a group of peers selected at random to decide where the kid go's. why not?
it would give legitmacy to these so called hearings. an impartial group of people not connected with the family or the csp.
why the hell not?
seems like something that should have been done a long time ago. it's a great idea i am going to email this thought off to my congressman. i know it will cost more money but so what if thats what it takes to get this stuff right. this way if a baby/child needs removed from a bad situation at least it was'nt decided by a bunch of so called government experts but by a group of unbiased citizens
it would be a perfect  fix to
the busted system
they have now
we need
Sign the petition!
to get a law passed in california to make a jury of peers decide the fate of children removed from the custody of their parents by the child protective services all over the state.
i am betting a whole lot of people will sign it
those people would be a lot more cautious about the children they take away if they know it will cost a lot of money and be decided by an impartial jury.
at least i am trying to do something and not just crowing about how the thing is broken come on man fix this thing peoples children are being taken for dubious causes and being seperated from their families and heritage for flimsey reasons and without regards for the extended family. by people who work for the local county government that think they know what's best for your child. the thing is that sometimes they are just plain mistaken and children are hurt emotionally by them. ripped from the loving arms of their god given parents
and grandparents
shoved into the gears of a giant baby eating machine
if you read this if you care about your childrens future
write sombody who cares a senator congressman or dudley doo right
do something hop up and down and yell
scream bloody murder untill somebody stops the madness
it hurts and i want my grandson back.
sign this petition it is a new one trying to fix the system this is something you can do right now "do it sign the thing"
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