On this page you can find many resources to help aid you in your fight, including information on our constitutional rights in both Canada and the United States, of the acts and specific sections that are employed to unjustly take children away, on how to legally prepare and defend yourself, a collection of fellow active groups and petitions as well as collection of art that family members have sent in music and art to help consolidate and inspire us in our fight. <3
This may be the most valuable resource any family has sent us: The 'Something for the people - fight CPS handbook.' - A guide to protect the constitutional rights of both parents and children as ruled by the Federal Circuit Courts and Supreme Court. A huge deposit of highly educated resources and legal advice, have a look and please share: INTRODUCTION: You as a parent or caregiver MUST know your rights and be totally informed of what you have a legal right to have and to express, whether you are a parent caught up in the very oppressive, abusive and many times unlawful actions of CPS or if you have never been investigated by CPS. Many individuals come to the wrong conclusion that the parents must have been abusive or neglectful for CPS to investigate, this is just a myth. The fact of the matter is that over 80% of the calls phoned into CPS are false and bogus. - Read on...
In the United States many CPS victims choose to file a federal lawsuit, to sue for violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1983, which has worked for many people
What follows is a link to the Canadian/Albertan act that CPS is meant to be held accountable to, and excerpts from it of the acts that they most commonly violate to break the law and steal children for profit: http://www.qp.alberta.ca/documents/Acts/c12.pdf
CHILD, YOUTH AND FAMILY ENHANCEMENT ACT (2.1) For the purposes of subsection (2)(c), a child is neglected if the guardian (a) is unable or unwilling to provide the child with the necessities of life, (b) is unable or unwilling to obtain for the child, or to permit the child to receive, essential medical, surgical or other remedial treatment that is necessary for the health or well-being of the child, or (c) is unable or unwilling to provide the child with adequate care or supervision. (3) For the purposes of this Act, (a) a child is emotionally injured (i) if Temporary guardianship application 17 A director may apply in the prescribed form to the Court for a temporary guardianship order under section 31 in respect of a child if, in the opinion of the director, (a) the child is in need of intervention, and (b) the survival, security or development of the child cannot be adequately protected if the child remains with the child’s guardian. Permanent guardianship application 18(1) A director may make an application in the prescribed form to the Court for a permanent guardianship order under section 34 in respect of a child if, in the opinion of the director, (a) the child is in need of intervention or is the subject of a temporary guardianship order, (b) the survival, security or development of the child cannot adequately be protected if the child remains with or is returned to a guardian other than the director, and (c) it cannot reasonably be anticipated that the child could or should be returned to the custody of the child’s guardian within a reasonable period of time. Apprehension order 19(1) If a director has reasonable and probable grounds to believe that a child is in need of intervention, the director may make an ex parte application to a judge of the Court, or if no judge is reasonably available, to a justice of the peace, for an order (a) authorizing the director to apprehend the child
RS 14:134: Malfeasance in office
Malfeasance in office is committed when any public officer or public employee shall:
(1) Intentionally refuse or fail to perform any duty lawfully required of him, as such officer or employee; or (2) Intentionally perform any such duty in an unlawful manner; or (3) Knowingly permit any other public officer or public employee, under his authority, to intentionally refuse or fail to perform any duty lawfully required of him, or to perform any such duty in an unlawful manner. Any duty lawfully required of a public officer or public employee when delegated by him to a public officer or public employee shall be deemed to be a lawful duty of such public officer or employee. The delegation of such lawful duty shall not relieve the public officer or employee of his lawful duty.
Whoever commits the crime of Malfeasance in office shall be imprisoned for not more than five years with or without hard labor or shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars or both. Amended by Acts 1980, No. 454, §1; Acts 2002, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 128, §6. This information was last updated on: April 16, 2010
RS 14:72: Forgery A. It shall be unlawful to forge, with intent to defraud, any signature to, or any part of, any writing purporting to have legal efficacy. B. Issuing, transferring, or possessing with intent to defraud, a forged writing, known by the offender to be a forged writing, shall also constitute a violation of the provisions of this Section. C. For purposes of this Section: (1) 'Forge' means the following: (a) To alter, make, complete, execute, or authenticate any writing so that it purports: (i) To be the act of another who did not authorize that act; (ii) To have been executed at a time or place or in a numbered sequence other than was in fact the case; or (iii) To be a copy of an original when no such original existed. (b) To issue, transfer, register the transfer of, pass, publish, or otherwise utter a writing that is forged in accordance with the meaning of Subparagraph (1)(a). (c) To possess a writing that is forged within the meaning of Subparagraph (1)(a). (2) 'Writing' means the following: (a) Printing or any other method of recording information; (b) Money, coins, tokens, stamps, seals, credit cards, badges, and trademarks; and (c) Symbols of value, right, privilege, or identification. D. Whoever commits the crime of Forgery shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisoned, with or without hard labor, for not more than ten years, or both. Acts 2001, No. 922, §1. This information was last updated on: April 16, 2010
A guideline of CPS corruption tactics and how to defend your family against them: "This material is an introduction to the operating procedure of the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF), and most of the state child protection agencies around the country. You won't find this stuff in the DCF policy manual, but it ought to be there, since most of the social workers use these tactics. I imagine that the social workers pass them on as oral tradition from generation to generation.
Their goal: Take a$ many children as po$$ible from famlie$, becau$e the more children they take, the more federal reimbur$ement buck$ the agency get$, the more power it accrue$, and the more people it can hire. The primary intere$t of all bureaucracie$ like DCF i$ to get a$ much money and power as po$$ible, in an ever upward $piral.
Their method: Dirty tricks:" Read on, it is very educational: http://www.massoutrage.com/dept-of-children--families-dirty-tricks.html
Facebook groups: Mad Angels Army, Our Children Have a Voice, Our Children Have a Voice (Oregon), We're Watching, Kids for Cash, Victims of CPS, The Coalition for Children and Families, Fight CPS Americans Against Tyranny, Child find, Opexpose CPS-California, OpexposeCPS-Washington, OpexposeCPS-Arizona, OpexposeCPS-Arkansas, OpexposeCPS-Oregon, OpexposeCPS-New Jersey, OpexposeCPS-Alabama, OpexposeCPS-Texas, OpexposeCPS-Colorado, OpexposeCPS-Massachusetts, OpexposeCPS-Missouri, OpexposeCPS-Michigan, OpexposeCPS-Ohio, OpexposeCPS-New York, OpexposeCPS-New Hampshire, OpexposeCPS-Iowa OpexposeCPS-Alaska, OpexposeCPS-Hawaii, OpexposeCPS-Mississippi, OpexposeCPS-Louisiana, OpexposeCPS-Illinois, OpexposeCPS-Tennessee, OpexposeCPS-Georgia, OpexposeCPS-Nebraska, OpexposeCPS-Nevada, OpexposeCPS-Wyomming, OpexposeCPS-Oklahoma, OpexposeCPS-Virginia, OpexposeCPS-West Virginia, OpexposeCPS-Idaho, OpexposeCPS-Maine, OpexposeCPS-Vermont, OpexposeCPS-Kentucky, OpexposeCPS-Kansas, OpexposeCPS-North Carolina, OpexposeCPS- S.C. OpexposeCPS-North Dakota, OpexposeCPS-S.D. OpexposeCPS-Florida, OpexposeCPS-Utah OpexposeCPS- Pennsylvania, OpexposeCPS-New Mexico, etal
THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT (NCCAN) in WASHINGTON D.C. REPORTS: NUMBER OF CASES PER 100,000 CHILDREN in the UNITED STATES: CHILDREN IN CPS CUSTODY: PHYSICAL ABUSE (160) CHILDREN IN PARENT'S CUSTODY: PHYSICAL ABUSE (59) CHILDREN IN CPS CUSTODY: SEXUAL ABUSE (112) CHILDREN IN PARENT'S CUSTODY: SEXUAL ABUSE (13) CHILDREN IN CPS CUSTODY: NEGLECT (410) CHILDREN IN PARENT'S CUSTODY: NEGLECT (241) CHILDREN IN CPS CUSTODY: MEDICAL NEGLECT (14) CHILDREN IN PARENT'S CUSTODY: MEDICAL NEGLECT (12) CHILDREN IN CPS CUSTODY: CHILD DEATHS (6.4) CHILDREN IN PARENT'S CUSTODY: CHILD DEATHS (1.5) https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=919961644790471&set=a.260812250705417.59044.100003299313717&type=3
On HHS.gov website you will find a pdf file of the money earned on the state by state adoption incentive statistics from 1998-2014. https://www.acf.hhs.gov/cb/resource/adoption-awards Over $500 million has been earned from adopting our children out since the Incentivized adoption policy was installed.