Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Berks CYS STEALS newborn from Hospital November 24th 2015

Again Berks County CYS has stolen another innocent baby from her loving mother's arms.  No allegations, no charges, no concrete reason of any kind.  This is the 3rd child they kidjacked from this mom.  The father was told he needs to take parenting classes if he wants his baby.  Really???  Since when must we all take parenting classes to raise our own children?  This is beyond heartbreaking and a far case of once again over stepping the rights of parents.  We need to join forces and shut down this agency!  This is happening everyday.  Good families destroyed by an agency that has no oversight, no laws to follow and nobody overseeing what they are doing.  Just outright WRONG!!!  I will be updating and adding to this tragic story.

Monday, November 23, 2015

Seven Ways to FIGHT CYS

Although much of this is repeated in this blog and my radio show
it is importany information that will help you in your fight against CYS for taking your children.

Please take the time to educate yourself and hire a lawyer who can help you with filing and representation if you are not comfortable enough to do things pro se (on your own).

Friday, November 6, 2015

Berks County CYS Responsible for Death

Please watch this video, a tribute to a special child named Camron Michael born 6/12/2012.  While in the care of Berks County Children and Youth and Concern he was murdered by his foster dad.  Even the the family reported that their children were being abused in foster care, CYS did NOTHING!!!!  Pictures social worker Kate Acker took of the abuse never left her desk.  Justice for Camron!!  Camron died in Hershey Medical Center on April 14, 2015.  He never will see his 3rd birthday.  It is 7 months and Dauphin County coroner still has not completed his report.  No arrest has been made.  Why????

Camron's obituary

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Casa Returning to Berks County

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is accepting applications from the community to act as advocates for children who have been removed from their families.  Judge Mary Ann Ullman is behind the effort to bring the CASA program back to the county.  CASA has been holding meetings and putting together a board of directors.  Executive Director, Ashley Frank, can be reached at 610-301-8634.  You will be required to fill out an application, submit 3 reference forms (2 non-relative) and go through a background clearance.  You can go online and fill out the application at http://www.casaberks.org/pdf/volunteer_application.pdf.  Once submitted you will be called for an interview.  The first meeting is November 17th from 6-7pm at the West Lawn/Wyomissing Library.  RSVP required due to limited seating.

If you are interested in making a difference in a child's life this may be exactly what you are looking for.  You can work as much or as little as you choose.  You will have full access to case files and counseling files.  You will report your findings directly to the judge.  There are times when children need to be removed from homes for their safety.  There are also many more cases when children are removed on false allegations and with the intent of collecting from the large source of money that the county receives for placing children in foster care.  There are even more incentives to adopt children out to strangers.  This money is our tax payer dollars and could be used to keep families together when wrongly torn apart.  According to Pennwatch, in 2014-968 children were removed from their homes. That is an average of 80+ children a month.  Surely not all these removals were warranted.  If you would like more information on becoming a CASA volunteer please email me at the above referenced address.  Our children and our families need and deserve the oversight in the family courts.  This is your opportunity to step up and be a part of the solution.