Foster Parents; Things you need to know?
Administrative Law part 4 of 6.
We are getting an education exploring Administrative Law. In part 3, we were talking about what (law) you will be facing when your investigation has been completed, if you walk into the courtroom unaware, not prepared for Administrative Law, or as we call it, “Kangaroo court”.
In this court room, you will see “he said, she said” presented as evidence. You will realize that children do lie; these lies presented to the judge are regarded as truth, against you, believed. In this court, you are
- “guilty until proven innocent”, and you have to prove yourself innocent”.
Instead of the fair justice system in America where a person is “innocent until proven guilty”, this kangaroo court is the opposite. The worst part is you have to do the proving yourself, more compelling you have to locate and pay for you own attorney.
Let us look at how this CPS Child Abuse hotline works; You have someone who called in your allegation, it could be anyone. Could be your neighbor, your doctor, or it could be the biological parent, or even the child themselves. You see if a foster child does not like your method of discipline, perhaps you took away her cell phone, or made her leave the party because things were going on that you did not approve of. This teen can simply pick up the telephone and call in an allegation on you and remain anonymous. Suggested reading; The Child Abuse Hotline Part 1 / Part 2
- That is correct, whenever a call comes into this hotline, the person who is reporting remains anonymous. That means their privacy is protected, you may never know who called in. The theory is making it easy to report child abuse, but it also creates a lack of accountability on the person who is calling in. If one of your foster girls called in, she may have said that your husband, or someone else in your family, touched her inappropriately, or that you hit or slapped her. You will not know what the allegation is, what you are being accused of for months.
This has been said before, however, needs said again. Does anyone know what the Constitution of the United States say’s? Read Articles lV and XlV, then read the; Declaration of Independence. This says; “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations” does this sound like CPS? Suggested reading; What is En loco parentis.” Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3.
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