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Sunday, May 20, 2012

N.H. Publicly caught in Child Protection Services scheme that deprived Children

Here we go again, this time I reminded of a quote by Steve Jobs you know that superstar of Apple; He once said "you can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something - your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life." 

Well as one Mom, it looks like  the dots are starting to connect against New Hampshire's Child Protection Services; and those dots corroborate what I have disclosed not only in my blog; but, for which I have investigated relentlessly and brought to the attention of several legislators and legislative committees as well as NH Governor Lynch; and I am not the only one "unhappygrammy" has asserted her grievances as well and numerous others some who have spoken out and others who only let me view their files if I promised only to disclose their names off the record if needed to State Legislators, and to all those who are seeking the truth it is starting to unravel...  

The above Reported by Annmarie Timmins of the Concord Monitor staff on May 20, 2012 the above article that confirms my findings on Maggie Bishop and DHHS Toumpas on May 15, 2012.

Two national child advocacy groups the "First Start and the Children's Advocacy Institute at the University of San Diego Law School", (if this link does not attach simply google "a national report card on abuse and neglected children" and you will get all additions and find that New Hampshire is consistent at getting worst) they rated each state's legal protections for children and New Hampshire Failed at 58% as they did in their Federal Audits both rounds; which were based on random cases pulled in each district they scored 66% in most areas some less.  The pattern is simply that Bishop and Toumpas continue to lie and cover up their departments inadequate services and mislead legislators with deceptive visual aids in graphs and stats.

Factors that legislators should be aware of and work on to correct are as follows:

"New Hampshire law does not mandate that a child get an attorney in abuse and neglect cases"; CASA is merely a volunteer, with their own bias and not an attorney by any stretch of the imagination.

"While the state requires guardians ad litem to have specialized training, it does not require abuse and neglect attorneys who are not guardians ad litem to be similarly trained." Furthermore, unrecognized is that CASA non-educated volunteers receive more training than guardians ad litem's; and to file a complaint on a GAL their board will charge you $100.00; furthermore, none of the combined players receives education on how to conduct a full investigation and cross reference records; something, I learned at Nashua Community College under the direction of Professor Lubitz's program that required the knowledge of how to do a full investigation and the connection of all the dots.

"The state does not limit the caseload for attorneys handling abuse and neglect cases." The state limits attorneys handling these cases to those that are incompetent, new and not busy; all attorneys should be required to be educated in this role and take on at least one case a year. Something the monopoly of the New Hampshire Bar could work on simply because they require each Attorney to be licensed in order to practice; coincidentally not a mandated requirement in most States.

• The article relays that the State earned a perfect score for having a "State law that
grants a child in these cases legal status and assures they have rights." However, that does not mean they are strictly giving children their rights, without a lawyer to push for those rights it is inconceivable to believe that a child or pro se parent would know how to assure that their alleged legal status and rights were upheld; as shown in the Federal Audits new Hampshire Failed in this area.  Check the Government site under Child and Family Reports. I would provide the link but it appears DHHS has instructed a programmer to misdirect links as contained in MY previous article.

• "Ostrowski" president of Child and Family Services (a group that requires their workers to be trained in assisting families with a related background) is quoted as stating ... "the state's decision to cease giving parents attorneys in abuse and neglect cases hurts the kids as well as the parents." "It's in everyone's best interest," he said. " Everyone's best interest would be served with an appointed attorney for the Parent and the Child, each; Children's right to an Attorney is something I fought for over 20 years ago in Massachusetts, as a teenager growing up with foster brothers and sisters who were not getting the representation that they needed in court! In the above report it shows Massachusetts earned an A+.  major changes just over the border.

James Welch once stated "Before, Indian people had been so defeated, they were always looking for outsiders, for the government, to somehow come in and fix things. But now, they seem to realize that they're the only ones who can save themselves."

Maybe it's simply that FDR's New Deal in protecting children was overreached or never modeled to prevent the abuse's that occur in this country because of it. Yes, he did some great things he broke up monopolies, made better labor laws, and food and drug acts, he even had 6 children of his own.  However, he also created the bomb that ended World War II and destroyed an entire city of live people, men, women and children not involved in the war any more than other men, women and children in America. Truman dropped it; but FDR created it and would have used it ruthlessly; he also advocated testing the affects of the bomb on the children he trapped in the Child Protection Program; children who were suppose to be protected by the Government not used as pawns in experimental medicine's, vaccines and money making schemes for each State.
The time to act is now; these courts need to be open to the public they serve, records and accountability across the board need to be demanded; otherwise 40 years from now your children will wonder why you simply choose to step-aside and ignore the pleas of millions of families and children in the United States; as history continues to repeat itself, simply because you refused to learn from the past. 

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