TRAUMATISED son – back from #SS after #childsnatchuk by Kent County Council

Social Services can’t do it without Police. Police can’t do it without CPS. CPS can’t do it without judges. All of them are beyond prosecution – thanks to Royal Charters:

No Punishment without Crime or Bereavement without Death!

12 minutes of the snatch of a 2-year old boy from a 20-year old mum who had been in care since age 13 and whose mum had been in care as well.

11 minutes about lies by Social Workers until surprise, surprise, 6 months later, she actually got her son back – but he is still traumatised from the separation, and she feels she’s sometimes sitting next to a stranger…

And all that “in the child’s best interest” – when

And here’s what the Department of Education emailed re “in their best interests”:

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is
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5 Responses to TRAUMATISED son – back from #SS after #childsnatchuk by Kent County Council

  1. Pingback: TRAUMATISED son – back from #SS after #childsnatchuk by Kent County Council | No Punishment without Crime or Bereavement without Death!

  2. Renata Ostertag says:

    Yup, that’s the additional “advantage” of having been “in care”. Once such a person grows up and has a child herself/himself, they come for that child as well. Some families, so I have heard, have experienced this for three or even four generations. Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2014 07:44:33 +0000 To:

    • Multi-generational ‘care’ clearly shows the systemic and institutionalised pattern of child snatching as the preferred ‘procurement method’ of children for all sorts of nasty reasons and purposes…

  3. Chris Harfield says:

    Sabine, as a UK citizen, I have been party indirectly to the whole procedure and it is wrong on every level here in the UK.
    Social workers are beyond any recourse for their actions. Meetings are terminated if parents do not agree and are documented by the social worker as the parents were aggressive and lying. The parents cannot defend or call against anything that is said. It is dreadful.

    I watched on you tube your speech at the EU committee on forced adoptions. Your presentation said everything I know as true. Your heartfelt words and emotion expressed everything that I feel about how this dreadfully wrong, corrupt and draconian approach to taking kids from families makes me feel. It is SS style. It is predetermined, the odds are stacked 100% in the Social services favour. and the term “in the child’s best interest” is a poor excuse.
    What I have witnessed and researched has left me horrified, it is abhorrent and I am ashamed that we British do this, and are able to close every door to exposure and wrong doings, not to mention paedophile and child abuse cover ups that happen when children are in care as once a child is in care, he becomes anonymous and in the most vulnerable position a child could ever be in.

    I just wanted to Thank you for your work. To praise you for your efforts and to send heartfelt wishes to success in your work. I want others in the UK to feel the same shame that we ignorantly (which is no excuse) allow to happen.

    This world needs a lot more people in it like that think with humanity and act with compassion and not think with their account and act with unaccountable ill intent. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart.

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