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Sunday, April 22, 2018

Adopted girl marries birth father, who murders her

What started out as a joyful reunion of a young woman with her birth parents soon turned sour, then shocking, and finally deadly.

A young woman named Katie married her birth father, had a baby with him and, after she decided to leave him, lost her life to him along with that of their child and her adoptive father. All three were laid to rest this weekend in upstate New York.

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Note: You really can't make this stuff up.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Too many phony reports - The LK Report for April 21, 2018

Hundreds of Immigrant Children Have Been Taken From Parents at U.S. Border

On Feb. 20, a young woman named Mirian arrived at the Texas border carrying her 18-month-old son. They had fled their home in Honduras through a cloud of tear gas, she told border agents, and needed protection from the political violence there.

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Police: Woman With Hepatitis C Spit In Face Of Caseworker

According to police, a Gouverneur woman with the contagious liver disease hepatitis C spit in the face of a caseworker for St. Lawrence County Child Protective Services.

Village police arrested 34 year old Jennifer Nowak of 205 East Main Street, Apartment 2.

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Minnesota's approach to child protection makes children less safe

The headline on the New York Times story was startling: “Foster Care as Punishment: The New Reality of ‘Jane Crow.'" The story documented case after case in which poor African-American children were taken from their families and consigned to foster care in situations that would get barely a passing glance in affluent white families. The story described the needless trauma inflicted over and over on children of color.

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Friday, April 20, 2018

Officials: Child abuse allegations swamping state investigators

In 2016, there were 44,359 allegations of suspected child abuse passed along to the state, almost double the 26,352 allegations made in 2012, according to Department of Human Services reports. Almost 40,000 of the tips received in 2016 didn’t lead to a finding of abuse by county investigators.

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Note: This is an important article.  It shows that most CPS rats are idiots and that getting everybody to call the hotline isn't the answer.

The shocking number of children going missing from foster homes in Bristol

Dozens of children in Bristol went missing from foster and residential placements last year, according to a Freedom of Information request seen by Bristol Live.

Around 83 children were recorded as missing - just one less from the previous year.

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