We recently reported how Florida Governor Ron DeSantis threatened parents in his state who took their children to “family friendly drag shows by stating that he would ask Child Protection Services (CPS) to investigate these parents for child endangerment, although he has not issued similar threats against parents who choose to inject their children with deadly COVID-19 vaccines. Last week, Katie LaGrone with WPTV Channel 5 in West Palm Beach reported on a lawsuit with multiple families suing Gov. DeSantis and the State of Florida for medically kidnapping their children. This problem of state-sponsored child kidnapping and trafficking, is systemic in Florida, and NOT rare. “It’s happening all over Florida,” said attorney Octavia Brown of Community Law for Families and Children. She’s part of a team of attorneys who filed the complaint. When LaGrone suggested the lawsuit accused kidnapping by and within the system, Brown responded “what else do you call it? If there is someone who is connected to the system and they see a child that they want, they are going to get the child. Brown is also a former insider who worked as an attorney for DCF and other agencies representing Florida’s foster care system. She explained how some staff members who collaborate to deliberately keep a child from being placed with biological relatives can get away with it. “This system is so bogged down”, she said. “When they [system staff] come in with these false stories or they come in with false allegations of caregivers having backgrounds, the judge is not going to say ‘oh let me look into that home study or let me look into that criminal record,” she explained. Brown said young parents and poor families are most vulnerable to what they dub as “internal diversion” practices. “Because those families don’t have the money to fight the bogus allegations,” Brown said. Full article with commenting available here: https://healthimpactnews.com/2022/families-sue-governor-desantis-and-state-of-florida-for-medically-kidnapping-their-children/ - Default - 4447Ivriblack_5f3a3921ae6bd_5f3a39c652ad

Families Sue Governor DeSantis and State of Florida for Medically Kidnapping Their Children

Families Sue Governor DeSantis and State of Florida for Medically Kidnapping Their Children

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We recently reported how Florida Governor Ron DeSantis threatened parents in his state who took their children to “family friendly drag shows" by stating that he would ask Child Protection Services (CPS) to investigate these parents for "child endangerment," although he has not issued similar threats against parents who choose to inject their children with deadly COVID-19 vaccines. Last week, Katie LaGrone with WPTV Channel 5 in West Palm Beach reported on a lawsuit with multiple families suing Gov. DeSantis and the State of Florida for medically kidnapping their children. This problem of state-sponsored child kidnapping and trafficking, is systemic in Florida, and NOT rare. “It’s happening all over Florida,” said attorney Octavia Brown of Community Law for Families and Children. She’s part of a team of attorneys who filed the complaint. When LaGrone suggested the lawsuit accused kidnapping by and within the system, Brown responded “what else do you call it? If there is someone who is connected to the system and they see a child that they want, they are going to get the child." Brown is also a former insider who worked as an attorney for DCF and other agencies representing Florida’s foster care system. She explained how some staff members who collaborate to deliberately keep a child from being placed with biological relatives can get away with it. “This system is so bogged down”, she said. “When they [system staff] come in with these false stories or they come in with false allegations of caregivers having backgrounds, the judge is not going to say ‘oh let me look into that home study or let me look into that criminal record,” she explained. Brown said young parents and poor families are most vulnerable to what they dub as “internal diversion” practices. “Because those families don’t have the money to fight the bogus allegations,” Brown said. Full article with commenting available here: https://healthimpactnews.com/2022/families-sue-governor-desantis-and-state-of-florida-for-medically-kidnapping-their-children/

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