Victim Stories

Is there a place for victims of DCS legally kidnapping their kid?

Is there a place for victims of DCS legally kidnapping their kid? They’re slowing taking everything. Today they took his unsupervised visits because of  numerous factors except drugs. The disgruntaled […]
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For the record, I am mom and 33 years old, Chantz is 11, and Grace is 4

I have always supported my children financially and emotionally. I am at a loss as to what to do and how to get through this. My entire world has been destroyed. My soul has been taken and my purpose is lost. They have taken my education by ruining my name and character. I have my associates in social work and almost have my undergrad in human development and family sciences from Oregon State University. They took my home.
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The last time I saw my daughters was in july 2014 at a CAS visitation centre where I was reassured that this was not going to be my last visit.

Both girls were removed at night because of a call to 911 made by the children’s father, on himself, whom I had moved away from, while I was outside my home. Due to a tainted hair strand drug test in which both myself and my eldest daughter tested negative for drugs of any kind, the youngest daughter tested positive for cocaine and My daughters remained in foster care based, primarily, on hair tests that showed I was using cocaine during the pregnancy of the youngest daughter and even administered drugs to the youngest after birth. She was born January 2012 and apprehended March 2012 so drugs would have had to be administered to the child within the first 2 months of birth.
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In December, 2016 while in the process of a nasty divorce, my not quite 4 year old daughter

In December, 2016 while in the process of a nasty divorce, my not quite 4 year old daughter, Amirah came home from her week of shared parenting with her father with what appeared to be blood in her vaginal area. When I mentioned the word blood, she competely freaked out, slammed her legs together and said she didn't want to go to the hospital and she didn't want to be "punished" (a word I'd never heard her use before.
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I write you this extensive email with hopeful anticipation that it will ultimately inspire diligence, convey a snipit view of our story, while conveying our perceptions or versions of a situation. This of course is always different than the picture that the welfare system portrays of the families it chooses to kidnap Children from(any story can be viewed differently depending on who is sharing it- theres, ours, whomever, and Gods ) I encourage open-mindedness and humbly ask for your forthright efforts in Expediting a full blown investigation into the Child welfare system, Childnet, BSO, Dependency Court, and its Affiliates here in Broward County.
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