Thursday, November 08, 2007

DCF kicking down doors acting as police in Connecticut?



I talked with John Dibiase Jr. of Meriden, Connecticut, tonight. John is the director of the Meriden Men's Center (203-630-1338). He is an advocate for non-custodial parent's rights.

Should Connecticut Department of Children and Family workers be able to kick down doors, search and seize property without warrants? Should these rogues that knowingly take false reports to make quota be allowed to continue to alienate children from the non-custodial parents so a state out of control can make millions in federal tax dollars, blood money, paid to abuse families and children?

Connecticut, the state, makes money by officially kidnapping children. Children often are abused less in bad homes than they are in state "prison-like" DCF custody.

John told me off camera that Attorney Beth Levy told him that parents with disabilities almost always have their rights and visitation abridged severely or taken away. That is against ADA laws. The Americans with Disabilities Act is not followed in Connecticut. Fathers lose out. Non-custodial parents lose out. Children lose out. Society loses out. If Connecticut judiciary members can't follow the rules all cases heard in Connecticut courts are suspect for abuse and to be overturned due to illegal, unfair, and Unconstitutional rulings.

Official Connecticut profits.

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Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell shaking hands with Steven G. Erickson 12:15 PM EST July 1, 2005 Posted by Picasa

I brought up Chris Kennedy.

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Retaliation


John Dibiase, Jr. (left) and Chris Kennedy (right) in front of Hartford Court on Lafayette St., Hartford, Connecticut. Posted by Picasa (picture taken at 9:15 AM EST, July 1, 2005)

Chris Kennedy of Ellington Connecticut was a little miffed when the charges were thrown out against his wife for having stabbed him and she was then awarded sole custody of their 3 children. [more]

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DCF in Connecticut can take away kids by diagnosing parents as having "None Other Specified", otherwise known as "NOS". NOS means you might have a sprinkling of elements of various disorders, but no defined disorder. What!!!???

There also taking away children at birth, "Predicting", their might be possible harm to the child in the future. Again Connecticut and DCF are trying to suck up every last federal dollar they can at the expense of society, children, and families.

Exiled Father: Joey Watley (CT):



Text supplied with above youtube.com video:
At the Family Preservation Rally, Lincoln Memorial, 8/18/07, Joey, a Connecticut father, expresses his amazement and outrage at the injustice and lack of caring by government officials in his case who kidnapped his children at birth, predicting neglect, psychology as an absurd, vague pseudo-science, yet used as a basis to determine child custody. (poster image: "Lost Dogs" - original image courtesy of Center for Children's Justice, http://childrensjustice.org, copyright 2006 CCJ used by permission)

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