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Saturday, September 15, 2012

"The Witness List" - N.H.

Have you been subjected to any of the following by the New Hampshire Department of Children, Youth and Families? If so, this is that moment when you can make a difference.

Albert Einstein once said "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction."
DCYF and the Courts in NH are making things bigger and more complex, would you like the opportunity to be heard? Even if only to hold this system accountable, check the list below.  If even one of these relates to you, I would like to offer you the opportunity to testify in a case against them during the week of January 06, 2014, at Hillsborough County Superior Court North.

As a Parent you were denied access to records in your case;

The Investigation in your case was incomplete, inaccurate and/or non existent;

Your child was taken because of a one time alleged conversation without collaboration and/or without documentation to back it up;

Your child was taken from you, even for a moment, because they thought you would harm the child in the future;

Someone lied in your case and it hurt you and you have documentation to support it:

 *such as a social worker - Tracy Gubbins, Kris Geno, Tracy Roukey, and/or Margaret
   Bishop or with any other social worker (once named two or more times they will be
   listed here). To show this is their normal course of business not a mistake...
 *such as a therapist - Dr. Vonderheide, Dr. Lynch or someone else DCYF referred or
   that another party hired, whose records do not support what they disclosed to DCYF
   or that DCYF refused to release a copy of their records to you.
 *A school teacher a McIntosh or someone else manipulated facts in your case.

Intentionally Inflicted Emotional Distress to you and/or family members;

Social Workers lied and or forced you into signing something for services you did not know you would have to repay the state for, because they did not advise you of your rights;

While DCYF was investigating a matter with your family, they did not give you
consistent uninterrupted visits with your child;

DCYF disrupted visits between you and your child;

You were treated inappropriately at a facility they made you go to;

The investigating social worker never gave you your rights at first contact;

Social Workers deprived you of a right "while acting or purporting to act in the performance of their official duties";

You were denied the ability to present witnesses in your favor;

You were denied an educated attorney familiar with these types of cases and/or you were denied the right to have someone in court with you;

You a child who was in foster care that later found out DCYF lied to you about why you were taken from your family;

You were denied evidence that a fact finder used to determine the fate of your child;

An undereducated CASA worker made adverse findings in your case;

The court order you to pay for a GAL you could not afford after 2005;

If you would like to make a difference and put an end to the blatant disregard for human dignity, families and American rights shown by the above department and/or the NH Judicial Court System and Family Courts, sign up to be on the witness list in this court case or upcoming legislation to hold them accountable:

NH 226-2011-CV-967, Denise-Marie McIntosh v. The State of NH et al. (and others) by contacting Denise-Marie McIntosh at dmvc@comcast.net and provide your case number and a description about how the current system hurt you and/or your family.

We can fix problems. if we stand together and we can ensure that what happened to our children never happens again.

Volunteer to be a witness and/or allow me, Denise-Marie, to advocate on your behalf and take your story to Concord, NH when legislation comes up next session - to show why these government departments and courts need to be accountable to us "we the people".

With your support and/or engagment, we can push for change and open the courts so that the Judicial system and DCYF can not hide the states embarrassing track record of failing over 66% of the population they are supposed to serve. It's been going on for over 30 years and it needs to stop.

When people like Sylvia Gayle are running for office after being a supervisor in the department of Children, Youth and Families and who purposefully took away a foster mother's only child, recommending the father have custody and then letting her continue to be a foster parent to the state children in her care, and then called her two weeks later to take in another child "J.L." You have to question their morals and what is wrong with system.

What you can do, besides not vote for such a heinous corrupt individual - you recognized Robert Walsh and before him John Stephens for what they were and New Hampshire you sent them packing.  We'll do it to Sylvia Gayle as well, but it's not enough because we need to stand together if for no other reason then to tell a jury and the legislators what these people do to families and that we have had enough!

Bit more importantly, together, we will let them know their lack lustrous efforts are no longer acceptable and it stops now, because we do have a right raise our children and to free speech, whether or not it's contained in their court documents and we are going to exercise it!  Children need to know we did everything to get them home and keep others safe.

To be a witness in front of a jury, you have to be there during the week of January 6, 2014 and be on the list now; for legislative work you can just send an email that you're allowing me, Denise-Marie (McIntosh) to advocate for your rights in front of the legislators because you have to work, but you want a say in providing details of why things need to change in NH DCYF and the Family Court System, because it is a system that does not offer you an easy appeal to the supreme court, because there are no middle tiers in NH.

contact Denise-Marie - confidentially at dmvc@comcast.net; it is a step towards the justice you/we and hopefully the justice that no one else will ever be wrongfully denied again. 

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