The law says child maltreatment is when a person responsible for a child permits another person to abuse or neglect a child in either a physical, sexual, emotional or educational way.
If a parent can be charged with this crime and have a child removed by CPS, then doesn’t that make CPS responsible for the child?
CPS takes America’s kids away from their families and places them in someone’s home, who is paid by the government to care for the child until the child is an adult. They have no interest in what happens to a foster child, and if a child asks to go home they are denied their right to be with family. Now CPS is inflicting emotional trauma. Yes, they should be charged with a crime!
If you are someone who has lost your child to CPS, this story is for you.
In Washington, D.C., the United States Department of Health and Human Services has an ongoing study on the children of the foster care system and how they succeed. And this is what the study concluded. That in the 1980s in New York City and Los Angeles, 30-40 percent of the homeless were young foster children between 18 and 25 years old. In the 1990s, that number increased to 40-50 percent. In the year 2000, 80-90 percent were homeless. I’m sure 18 years later they’ve reached the 100 percent.
This is a government system designed to protect children. And it’s a lie. It is corrupt and we the American citizens need to put a stop to this CPS business. Voice your opinions to legislators and congressmen. If we stand together we can stop this madness.
EDITOR’S NOTE — 100 percent of all homeless people are not foster children, but a disproportionate number of homeless people were or are in the foster system. According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, 50 percent of America’s homeless population spent time in foster care.