Rhode Island taxpayers have contributed an enormous sum to wage a war that most of us know nothing about. The systems our state established to protect children have instead subjected many to danger and trauma that will profoundly shape the rest of their lives. Who will help to build public awareness and political consensus to protect children from those who prey on them or who profit from their abuse? How should government respond in ways that are transparent and accountable?
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Now that Rhode Island's new governor plans to close the state children's shelters and expand foster care, we have been remembering what Sara wrote about her first foster mother, Alice, and how Sara and her little sister were taken into state care at taxpayer expense when they had an outstanding mother, home, friends, and schools.
Some of that true story is in the older posts that appear below.
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About the Author & Purpose
We first reported on this case at http://custodyscam.blogspot.com/
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About "Parental Alienation"
For more on the scandal in custody courts, see: