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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The orphans who aren't really orphans - LK Report for 9/26/2017

A Kane County judge has awarded $4 million in damages to a man who was sexually abused by a Sugar Grove foster parent in 2004.

More >> $4 million award in lawsuit over sex abuse from Sugar Grove foster parent

Orphans aren't really orphans

Baltimore, Md., Sep 26, 2017 / 03:20 am (CNA).- Shannon Senefeld always assumed that children in orphanages are mostly orphans. Most people make that assumption.

When Senefeld found out this was not the case, she was shocked.

More >> Most children in orphanages aren't actually orphans. This group wants to help them.

The mother of a 14-year-old boy who has been missing since last Wednesday is upset it took days for a missing person report to be issued by police.

More >> Missing Fredericton teen's mother 'out of her mind' with worry

How to Rat Out your Neighbor to CPS in Australia and Not Get Caught Doing It

Here is a forum post from Australia from a CPS Rat who is sticking her nose into the business of another family.  Notice the person doesn't give any details, but people still tell her to do it anonymously?

I post this for educational purposes and so that you can take the opportunity to comment your thoughts regarding CPS Rats.

I don't think she is looking after her children properly.

More >> How do I go about reporting my neighbour to child protective services without them knowing who I am? 

The Duggar family’s lawsuit returns to court Monday as a U.S. District Judge sets out to determine whether Jill Dillard, Jessa Seewald, Jinger Vuolo, and Joy Anna Forsyth (all nee Duggar) had their privacy rights violated when police records were released in accordance with a Freedom of Information Act request.

More >> Duggar Family Returns To Court

British police said they had arrested a seventh suspect in connection to the bombing of London's Parsons Green underground station that left some 29 people injured.

More >> Parsons Green bomb suspect's foster parents to keep caring for kids Newburgh Gazette 

Imagine being denied work — not because of your qualifications or work history, but because a drug test required for employment comes back positive for a drug you never used. Now imagine learning that the test result could have been influenced by the color and texture of your hair.

More >> Hair drug testing is not accurate, we shouldn't rely on it

LARGO — It was sweltering in the bedroom of the Largo mobile home the day a child welfare case manager visited in July.

Yet she left 8-month-old William Hendrickson IV there with no air-conditioning and in the care of an erratic father who had been refusing to take his medication, a newly released state investigation found.

More >> State investigation cites multiple failures in death of Largo child

More than a quarter of adoptive families are in crisis, according to a survey by the BBC and Adoption UK.

More than half of those surveyed reported living with a child who was violent, including being punched, kicked or threatened with knives.

More >> Over a quarter of adoptive families in crisis, survey shows

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