'Psychological' issues claimed while mother levels child trafficking accusation
Posted: February 02, 2011 9:06 pm Eastern
By Bob Unruh © 2011 WorldNetDaily
Social-services workers in Sweden without warning have taken two children from their mother in a move described by an analyst as legal even if there is no evidence of problems, and an expert on international law suspects that foster families in that nation are getting rich on such placements.
Michael Donnelly, director of international relations for the Home School Legal Defense Association, told WND that the case of Natalya, a Russian citizen living in Sweden, and her daughters, Masha and Nelly, "underscores the utter disregard for basic due-process rights that should be the hallmark of a fair system of justice." FULL STORY
It sure is strange that CPS kidnappings here in the US for equally absurd reasons aren't getting so much attention. There is NO such thing as Due Process here either.