December 31, 2012

New Year Message

Filed under: Secret family courts — Granarchist @ 8:08 pm

To campaigners, activists, hactivists , anononymous 

Your humanity and bravery through hardships is so inspiring I feel your pain yet you still have humanity.

We will keep fighting until it stops .

To the children, We are always thinking about you and fighting for you , always know this and one day we will be reunited.

To the family court my message to you is simple.

2013 EXPECT US !


Messages Of Hope To Stolen Children

Filed under: Secret family courts — Granarchist @ 6:44 pm

Messages Of Hope To Stolen Children

Posted by tammy samede on 31/12/12

A group has been setup on Facebook  for people that have lost their children to the state ‘care’ system, wrongly, to send their children a message attached to a balloon. Also survivors of child abuse to send a message out, we want to be a voice for children, and let them know they are not forgotten. It is a free service, once a message is on the wall of the group, it will be hand written onto a label, and attached to helium balloons, and launched tonight midnight, Trafalgar sq. there is still time, to join in, labels will be attached at 9 pm  And for Eco friendlies, we are going green, from the next event, many are planned, this time, this is what we had to go with, but a brilliant team are determined to facilitate many events this year.

December 30, 2012

2012 in review

Filed under: Secret family courts — Granarchist @ 10:01 pm

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 25,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 6 Film Festivals

Click here to see the complete report.

December 29, 2012

Denise Robertson Agony Aunt This Morning at Forced Adoption Conference

Filed under: Secret family courts — Granarchist @ 4:26 pm

Christopher Booker Telegraph BIrmingham Conference

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Ian Joesphs Stop Forced Adoption

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Brandan Fleming Birmingham Conference On Child Stealing by The State

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December 23, 2012

ss are nazis

Filed under: Secret family courts — Granarchist @ 12:33 am

Why are abusers allowed to raise children ?

Filed under: Secret family courts — Granarchist @ 12:12 am

I would like to ask staffordshire county council why i had my children removed for being a victim / survivor of sexual, physical and emotional abuse yet my abusers who live in staffordshire are allowed to raise their children ?

December 17, 2012

Dear Parents and Extended Families

I would like to do some research on diagnosis given in Family Courts and the experts and methods in which diagnosis were made.

I would like to know

The diagnosis you were given.

1. Did you have a diagnosis prior to court proceedings ?

2. The expert used to give you a diagnosis in Family Court proceedings.

3.The method used in which you received diagnosis , i.e psychometric testing , interviews etc

4. Whether the diagnosis meant you then lost custody of your children.

5. Whether you were offered any treatment or therapy for the said diagnosis.

6. Whether as a result of the diagnosis you are now in receipt of any sickness benefits or DLA that you were not entitled to prior to family courts.

&. The local authority involved .

The easiest way to submit this is via the comments section below .

Please comment as anonymous or under a false name this is to protect you .

Thank You

December 8, 2012


December 5, 2012

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December 4, 2012

How law fails victims of foster parent abuse

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How law fails victims of foster parent abuse

Victoria Macdonald

VICTORIA MACDONALDHealth and Social Care Correspondent

A solicitor is planning to challenge the law so that local authorities are made responsible for abuse carried out by foster parents on children in their care, writes Victoria Macdonald.

A solicitor is planning to challenge the law so that local authorities are made responsible for abuse carried out by foster parents on children in their care.

For seven years Emma (not her real name) was abused on an almost daily basis. The abuse was not by a relative or a stranger but by her foster father – the very person who was meant to be keeping her safe.

Emma has now left foster care and is married but earlier this year she tried to commit suicide, such is her continuing despair at what she had to endure. She toldChannel 4 News: “I am still in counselling, going through therapy. I have still to go to the crisis team involved. I still have my down days.”

She said: “When I was 11, the dad started being a bit touchy feely and it got worse from that. It wasn’t until I was 13 that his son started joining in on it. And that carried on till I was 18.”

I still have my down days.Emma (not her real name) who was abused by her foster father

Emma was seriously let down by the adults who had been entrusted with her care. But what Channel 4 News has discovered is that nobody knows how many children in foster care are abused, nor are details of what happens to the children, or the perpetrators, recorded or collated.

Unanswered questions

Ofsted collates figures on the number of allegations of misconduct made each year and how many referrals are made to the independent safeguarding authority. But that leaves many questions unanswered.

We have also learned that because of a gaping hole in the legislation, local authorities cannot always be held legally responsible for that abuse, even though they are the ones who placed the child in foster care in the first place. Yet if children are placed in residential care and abused, the local authority is considered legally liable.

Now a solicitor is planning to challenge this law by bringing a case that he hopes will prove a local authority’s “vicarious liability” for damage done to children in foster care. It is similar to legal cases brought against the Catholic church, where people alleging historic abuse by a deceased priest have claimed that the church itself should be responsible because they were effectively the employers.

Proving negligence

Local authorities can be held responsible if negligence is proved, but that is notoriously difficult in abuse cases. The solicitor David Greenwood says that if it can be proved – and he has high hopes – then that means, first, children will be able to sue for compensation and, secondly, it will improve safeguarding because the authorities will have to improve their levels of supervision.

Cases like these will also be helped if the collection of the most basic data can be improved. Our own freedom of information requests resulted in detailed responses from only 23 UK local authorities. But these showed 53 per cent were for physical abuse, 18 per cent for neglect, and 10 per cent for sexual abuse.

A total of 57 authorities responded in total. Of these responses, around one in five of the allegations was upheld.

Questions to answer

Now the NSPCC has commissioned Professor Nina Biehal, from the University of York’s Social Policy Research Unit, to investigate further. Professor Biehal said among the questions that needed answering are whether it was emotional abuse, neglect, physical or sexual.

“People have long been aware of the problem of allegations against foster carers, many of which prove to be unfounded. But there has been very little attention to how many do actually experience abuse and neglect in foster care.”

Currently, around 75 per cent of children in care are placed with foster parents, and the government wants to increase those numbers. It is also the case that foster care works well in many cases. The problem is that nobody really knows how often it is going wrong.

And in response to our findings, the government said: “We are working with local authorities, independent fostering services and foster carers to improve the way allegations are handled and address issues around support for foster families, the timeliness of investigations and the threshold for removing children from the foster home.”

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