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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Cops stop CPS from taking grandkids

Cops stop CPS from taking grandkids

Connie Moody’s grandchildren were threatened for removal by Child Protective Services until they met three Midlothian police officers who knew Moody, according to testimony given at a CPS compliance hearing Monday, Jan. 5.
Ellis County CPS suffers another blow

Judge Greg Wilhelm, R-Midlothian, rejected a last-ditch effort by Ellis County/District assistant attorney Sara Spector to have certain facts of a Child Protective Services case from reaching an "Internet Web site or the Press," a move in which the judge said would not result in any gag order or restriction on pursuing the best interests for Christian Johnson, a 12-year-old caught in the middle of a nasty CPS-family dispute.


  1. Anonymous12:00 AM

    Most often the police are not the problem. Police officers know the law and know that they are held by checks and balances unlike CPS workers.

    Also, for the most part, in my experience, police officers want to do good and protect people. CPS does not share that sentiment.

    CPS workers are renigades-immune from law -making it up as they go along.

    The "problem" is not the law, the problem is those who feel and act and do harm above the law, namely, CPS.

  2. Anonymous5:07 AM

    Cps is kidnapping my daughter and no one will listen my name is john 1-530-925-6207 i need help the court date is sept. 23rd


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