Happy Child Abuse Propaganda Month - Baby LK Report For April 1st 2012



A Kansas attorney general's investigation found that a state social worker disliked a Coffeyville couple and chose to do "nothing to protect" their 23-month-old granddaughter before she was murdered in 2008. Authorities said the toddler suffered brain injuries after being beaten or violently shaken. Her father's meth-addicted girlfriend, Melissa Wells, was later convicted of first-degree murder.
Kansas Family Rights Coalition April 2012
http://www.kansas.com/2011/02/13/1718592/ag-inquiry-ill-will-led-srsworker.html#ixzz1HTmaJIdM#storylink=cpy http://media.kansas.com/smedia/2011/02/13/09/brookaffi.source.prod_affiliate.80.pdf

Kansas Family Rights Coalition: Don and Phyllis Porter, PCJustice Advocate http://pcjustice.wordpress.com iamdonporter@gmail.com Donna Roberts ACRA, Child Advocate AChildsRights@att.net Marlene Jones, Activist/Advocate CincUnconstitutional@gmail.com Kathy Winters, Grandparent Advocate kathywinters05@yahoo.com AngelFury@AngelFury.org Activist http://www.angelfury.org PMA ~ Kansas Chapter Leader KansasPMA@gmail.com Elisa Breitenbach, Activist/Advocate ElisaB55@att.net Justice For Families For Change, Advocate JusticeForFamiliesForChange@gmail.com ChangingKansas@gmail.com http://changingkansas.blogspot.com

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
By: Donna Roberts I am sure most parents think the way I did 6 years ago, "trusting of the child protection system". At one time I believed the system protected children from dangerous people and I now know that sometimes the abusers are the “system itself” and not always the parents. Kansas state statutes have loopholes that allow law enforcement free reign of our children. We have a monster lurking within our state and it is the Kansas Statute that allows law enforcement to place your child into custody on "probable cause" without any court orders, no legal document. Law enforcement can go to your child's school and remove your child from your custody and place them in the custody of the police department and hold them up to 72 hrs. without a hearing, they can use force to remove your child from your home. Imagine being a child and you are at school and you are called to the office and the next thing you know you are in a police car with a detective and social worker and you are being taken to strangers and you have no idea why. We must have laws that truly protect children but we also need laws that will not allow a law enforcement officer to remove your child from your care because they can. The above statement is a prime example of what is happening to child victims who tell of abuse, child victims are being re-victimized by the child protection system. Children should be treated with dignity and respect after they report abuse, not treated as if they have no rights, because they do. We must not only protect children from abuse but we must also protect them from a child protection system that causes secondary trauma by removing the child from the non-abusive parent and place them in the home of the abuser. Donna Roberts/Founder ACRA-A Child’s Rights Association Wichita, Kansas

COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES HB 2137 Protective Parent Act IGNORED HB 2542 Citizens Review Panel SQUASHED HB 2538 Grandparents Compensation Bill ~ IGNORED It costs more money for the tax payers to place children in the home of strangers where they are more likely to be abused, but the State isn’t interested in making sure Kansas children are safe or know their family members and where they come from. SB 262 Grandparents receive preference in custody cases PASSED, NO threat to the State or Judges, they don’t follow the law anyway.


Kansas “The Best Interest Of The Child”

Parent Victory!
KS Court of Appeals Vacates the Criminal Contempt Charges by Nola Foulston and Judge James Burgess The Kansas Court of Appeals found, "If this is a criminal contempt, then the court failed to afford V.R. sufficient due process. Interestingly, the BURGESS State now contends that the contempt proceedings are to be regarded as criminal in nature and the district court properly imposed a punitive sanction for indirect criminal contempt. This change of position by the State cannot be ignored. Even if we view this as a criminal contempt action, we must likewise vacate the sentence because the court failed to afford V.R. due process." "Because the court gave the contemnor no way to purge herself of contempt, we hold that sentence to be wholly punitive. The court failed to give the contemnor "the keys to the jail." The court had no authority to impose a criminal contempt sentence in a civil contempt proceeding. Therefore, we vacate the penalty."
http://www.kscourts.org/Cases-and-pinions/ Opinions/CtApp/2012/20120224/105505.pdf


Kansas Family Rights Coalition April 2012

Did You Know? Adolf Hitler's slogan, “In the best interest of the child” is a favorite line perpetually QUOTED by today's Judges, DA’s, Social Workers & Child Protection

The Broken Arm, By Matthew Brown (9th grade essay, a few years ago) This is the brother of the eight year old girl who was interrogated in Reno County. Matthew wrote, ""After that terrible, terrible February 11th, we had been in foster care for three days before we were finally allowed to see our parents. They had won their case ( but at the cost of my mom losing her business ). I remember sitting in my fathers lap, as watching him cry for the very first time. I could tell how happy my parents were to see us again, and I knew that they loved me. This had been one of the saddest and hardest times of my life. I don’t think that I will ever forget that moment"" http://
lindawb.wordpress.com/the-broken-arm-bymatthew-brown-editors-note-this-happenedwhen-matthew-was-10-and-he-wrote-about-it -as-an-essay-assignment-for-school/

March 20, 2012, Thirty-five Kansas Senators Voted Against Children's Rights, accountability, the protection of children, due process, Kansas statutes and the right to be a parent by confirming Phyllis Gilmore as the next Secretary of SRS. More here:
http://changingkansas.blogspot.com/2012/03/ thirty-five-kansas-sentors-voted.html

In Kansas children are being taken from parents on an allegation of abuse and placed in foster care. In Sedgwick County, the DA has admitted to filing boiler plate petitions against parents and has stated that it is up to the parent's attorney to correct that. This is the same DA that was accused of bullying social workers into filing false information. The legislative post audit found that at least one social worker in each region had been pressured to include or exclude facts of a case. If it is alleged that you raped a dog or duck in Sedgwick County, you will have a jury trial by your peers. If it is alleged that you neglected or abused your children, those children will be taken from you and placed in foster care. You will be in a civil court where anything can and will be said. There is no jury of your peers. The parents are silenced by the system, that their taxes fund, and are only allowed to discuss how the case was handled without revealing the identity of their own children. The Confidentiality Law is really about covering up what the State is doing to families. It’s NOT about protecting the child’s identity, constitutional rights or due process.

Feb. 2, 2012, PC Justice, ACRA, And Family Members Spoke Before KS Legislators
Phyllis Porter
http://www.youtube.com/watch? feature=player_embedded&v=QTuvfwgtAuU

Chris Brown
http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=lLs8GP_wiME&feature=channel

Donna Roberts
http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=eiXK4yIGl_Q&feature=channel


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