November 5, 2013
Child 'care', Child 'Protection', Empowerment Mondays, Family Courts, Human Rights Convention, Lawful Protest, McKenzie Friends, United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
Adoption, Christopher Booker, HM Prison Holloway, Holloway, John Hemming, Melissa, Telegraph, The Daily Telegraph
Empowerment Mondays at the Royal Courts of Justice in London are powerful opportunities for victims to unite and dare to ‘come out’ and ‘speak out’.
DON’T ADOPT MY SON
Homeless in the US whilst he is kept for adoption –
as published by John Hemming– the only MP
who stands up for Justice for Families
Melissa’s story is typical for what is unique in the UK: child snatching aka state kidnapping, especially foreigners, sanctioned by courts, parents gagged from speaking out under threat of imprisonment, mainstream media not reporting the truth and children screaming to be heard. Parents are punished without having committed any crime. Forced adoptions take place without their consent.
Deported, imprisoned and beaten for being a parent and Social workers damn us both ways are Christopher Booker’s articles about Melissa Laird in The Telegraph. As McKenzie Friends (lay legal advisors) we visited her in HMP Holloway for nearly two years. We reported: Five mothers on hunger strike which resulted in a gagging order and two journalists being banned from Holloway. We published She wins in Court, but gets beaten up in Prison. One month later, the police interviewed her but no-one got charged.
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October 6, 2012
Adoption, David Cameron, Exposure, Facebook, Family, Home, Lost or Missing, People, Protest, Publicity, Slovakia, The Daily.SK, United Kingdom, United States
Adoption Curves (Photo credit: Nathan Laurell)
This article in Slovak News in English raises suspicions about wrongful adoptions internationally! I just find it strange that the emphasis is on adoptions rather than ‘care’.
Here, Kent on Saturday picked the topic up as Thousands of kids live in care in the aftermath of Baby P.
And I wish I knew who counts all the children who run away and go missing. And who goes to find and help them!…
Or do we have to wait until they find their birth parents via Facebook? If you search there, you’ll find quite a few groups of victims.