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Monday, January 9, 2012

MOJO Declaration of Action for 2012 Lies in Defiance

The power of 2012 lies in defiance to accomplish the securing of children and family rights. If I were to give vent to the pain of having a child alienated from a parent, I may only be perceived as expelling my pent up wrath as a women allegedly scorned. This is typical of a society consumed by sex scandals and cover-ups such as those at Penn State and the Citadel, the pedophile priest cover-up through the Popes of the Catholic Church, the child pornography rings and the Omaha NE pedophile scheme, along with the likes of Mark Hurd, Arnold Schwarenegger, and sadly the 20/20 coverage of the true Native Americans left behind.  They all show the diminished value placed on children, families and women.  These are just a few of the disturbing highlights from 2011.

If, I and others did give vent to the injustices we faced, we might frighten even you; the reality is we are taking the highroad just as the women’s rights movement did in the 1800’s to pursue the right to vote.
What’s facing our nation now is the theory that the Department of Children Youth and Families (DCYF) is acting in the nation’s children’s best interest, it is false. 

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The American public allegedly, under the constitution, has the right to accountability from their government; simply even their budget and maneuvering of money under NH RSA 169-C:39-a,  is questioning in it’s multi-layering and government supplement for something now called a non-profit. The responsibility for suppressing crimes rests with the individual state and not the victims.  So, where do you go when state actors and family courts are the one’s committing and suppressing the crimes and the Federal office tells you to go to the State?

You speak out at Senate Subcommittee hearings such as the one on "Breaking the Silence on Child Abuse: Protection, Prevention, Intervention, and Deterrence.”  You Find your Senators at  and let them know about the cover-ups in the family court systems and that ALL courts should be open and accountable to the public they are supposed to serve.  We want courts that focus on victim safety and we want to eliminate the statute of limitations for child sex abuse, all potential deterrents to what our future holds. We are speaking out like many mothers and similar to this one U.S. News - 911 to teen mom who killed intruder: 'Protect your baby'  we are standing up for the right to protect our families from intruders. 
When the ordeals that are presented by the State are ones that none of us can pass and when a child looks at you in anguish because he believes a parent didn’t want him; when in fact the truth unravels and he starts to realize the truth; that he was ALWAYS WANTED but access was denied due to fraud exhibited by his own therapist in several matters named as Susan Vonderheide; its vulgar and like this recent 20/20 episode from miracle to nightmare on 1/6/12 at  You start to understand what it is like to be without equal protection under the law.  You learn their language and you speak out loudly, you sue civilly and make Americans and the world aware of an approaching climax in American history based on horrendous conditions.  It is a culmination of situations which evokes the rights of ALL children and families and the accountability of government to the people.

What did mothers and others do in 2011? Like the family in the 20/20 coverage; they fought against Judicial Oppression - Jessica Lenahan (Gonzales) won her petition at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights  The United States is now identified internationally as a nation that commits human rights violations against battered women and children. Scandals continue to erupt across the country & and in New Hampshire directly under the astute leadership of Maggie Bishop and other so-called child protection workers, Mary Parah, Tracy Roukey, and formerly of DCYF Kris Geno who now takes referrals at her private practice from her former state agency are just a few who are continually coming up in multiple complaints.   2011 Federal and State Reports illustrate that the New Hampshire DCYF offices continue to abridge children’s and families rights and fail the people they are supposed to be serving including children, mothers and grandparents and sometimes fathers, all behind closed door proceedings.  The Federal Audit can be found at:  type in state
The Federal Assessments of New Hampshire Rounds 1 and 2 reflect the consistent failures observed by the Federal Government since 2003 and are contained in the State’s audit as well: The N.H. Statewide Assessment 2nd Round CFSR’s (Children Family Services Report) demonstrates that New Hampshire has neglected policy that was the "moving force behind constitutional violations in many potential civil cases over the last 20 years."  SINCE THE ORGINAL POSTING OF THIS ARTICLE THE 2ND PDF has been doctored to reflect better numbers by DCYF check the federal report in each area for the real story

Attorney Bonnie Boulanger for DCYF recently stated to me in reference to another case: “I will not offer any services to this family without a finding of neglect” even though NH RSA 169-C:17 II. shows that a finding of abuse or neglect shall not be required except where the consent order provides for out-of-home placement of the child.  More and more reports still come in that parents are not being informed of their rights at first contact, a requirement under NH RSA 169-C:17  II. (2009) Parents…are informed of the consequences of the order by the court and the court determines that the child and parents voluntarily and intelligently consent to the terms and conditions of the order.

Furthermore, the legislative branch had to incorporate this into law because the division and CPSW’s like Tracy Roukey and Mary Parah didn’t feel they had to notify parents of their due process rights. NH RSA 169-C: Duties of the Department of Health and Human Services. – VI. At the first contact in person, any person investigating a report of abuse or neglect on behalf of the department shall verbally inform the parents of a child suspected of being a victim of abuse or neglect of the specific nature of the charges and that they are under no obligation to allow a social worker or state employee on their premises or surrender their children to interviews unless that social worker or state employee is in possession of a court order to that effect. Upon receiving such information, the parent shall sign a written acknowledgement indicating that the information required under this paragraph was provided by the person conducting the investigation. The parent and department shall each retain a copy of the acknowledgment. 2009 even though NH RSA 169-C:38-a Standardized Protocol for the Investigation and Assessment of Child Abuse and Neglect Cases. – The department of health and human services and the department of justice shall jointly develop a standardized protocol for the interviewing of victims and the investigation and assessment of cases of child abuse and neglect. The protocol shall seek to minimize the impact on the victim. The protocol shall also be designed to protect the rights of all parties affected.  These protocols  can only be changed in front of a legislative committee in fact making them law. Municipalities can be sued for "constitutional deprivations visited pursuant to governmental custom. Monell, 436 U.S. at 690; Wallis, 202 F.3d at 1136.  Furthermore, citing: Beltran v. Santa Clara County, (9th Cir,. 2008):   

Parties to section 1983 suits are generally entitled only to immunities that existed at common law. Imbler v. Pachtman, 424 U.S. 409, 417-18 (1976). We have therefore "granted state actors absolute immunity only for those functions that were critical to the judicial process itself," such as " `initiating a prosecution.' " Miller v. Gammie, 335 F.3d 889, 896 (9th Cir. 2003) (en banc) (quoting Imbler, 424 U.S. at 431). It follows that social workers have absolute immunity when they make "discretionary, quasi-prosecutorial decisions to institute court dependency proceedings to take custody away from parents." Id. at 898. But they are not entitled to absolute immunity from claims that they fabricated evidence during an investigation or made false statements in a dependency petition affidavit that they signed under penalty of perjury, because such actions aren't similar to discretionary decisions about whether to prosecute. A prosecutor doesn't have absolute immunity if he fabricates evidence during a preliminary investigation, before he could properly claim to be acting as an advocate, see Buckley v. Fitzsimmons, 509 U.S. 259, 275 (1993), or makes false statements in a sworn affidavit in support of an application for an arrest warrant, see Kalina v. Fletcher, 522 U.S. 118, 129-30 (1997). Furthermore, as prosecutors and others investigating criminal matters have no absolute immunity for their investigatory conduct, a fortiori, social workers conducting investigations have no such immunity. See id. at 126.

Moreover, complaints by children dealing with one or some of the above have been very clear in their objections to the division’s treatment of them and they have been and continue to be completely ignored. 

2011 also brought in a new law that makes “attempted strangulation” a felony.  The law treats attempted strangulation as a second-degree assault and carries a sentence of 3 1/2 to seven years in prison. A hopeful deterrent if the courts in fact adhered to the laws as written by legislators and do not continue to make it up as they go along.

In 2012, we want representation that demands accountability and ends excessive governmental consumption, mismanagement and inefficiency as documented through the Department of Health and Human Services division of Child Protection Services, an end to the fraud which comes with the use of public funds.  In addition, the peculiar logic of enduring the lawlessness by letting the lawless have their own way needs to end. The storm has approached so prepare to ride it out to the bitter end or be trampled by the right-minded citizens standing against oppression. Enough is enough; a country whose guiding principle is that ALL are created equal, needs to actually make us all women, children, men, regardless of color, creed or native Indian status EQUAL as simply Americans. 

Mrs. Park's act of brave defiance rocked the foundation of American society and inspired generations of civil rights leaders and created a sense of hope for every American facing legal discrimination in this country.  (quote of Kendrick Meek)

So Rock on in Defiance of government abuses!

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