By Beth Musgrave — firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: 12:00am on Jan 13, 2012; Modified: 8:47am on Jan 13, 2012
FRANKFORT, Kentucky- Family court judges told a legislative panel Thursday that opening juvenile courts to more public scrutiny would improve Kentucky's child-protection system.
The judges — who oversee abuse, neglect and other juvenile court proceedings — told the House Health and Welfare Committee that they also support a measure to create an external review panel to examine fatalities and near-fatalities of abused and neglected children.
The judges also told lawmakers that Kentucky's child-protection system is stretched too thin, with not enough social workers or services to protect vulnerable children. Good child-protection workers are leaving, and those who remain are exhausted, said Bullitt County Family Court Judge Elise Givhan Spainhour.
"I had a social worker yesterday break down in tears in the courtroom because she was operating on four hours of sleep," Spainhour said. FULL STORY
In the comments section there, the systemites are doing plenty of sanctimonious yapping. Especially a CPS agent with the handle "Queenofuniverse". I just HAD to leave a comment for her-
Wow "QueenofUniverse". You certainly chose the correct username. I am curious WHO might have had a GOOD experience dealing with CPS agents?
The truth is, CPS agents DAILY commit Federal crimes under the Color of Law against families that are definitely proscribed-
Several of those Federal Laws you are breaking carries the Death Penalty
For which your immunity can be pierced. We are looking forward to YOUR "Nuremberg Trial" someday.
"It's for the children" is the cry of tyrants throughout history. Such as the new $15 Trillion National Debt is "For the children" too.
"Best interests operates as an empty vessel into which adult perceptions and prejudices are poured." --Hillary Rodham, Children Under the Law, 43 Harv. Ed. Rev. 487, 513 (1973).
"There is something bad happening to our children in family courts today that is causing them more harm than drugs, more harm than crime and even more harm than child molestation." Judge Watson L. White Superior Court Judge, Cobb County, Georgia
Leonard Henderson, co-founder
American Family Rights
"Until Every Child Comes Home"© "
The Voice of America's Families"©