Kids Inc Extended Trailer: Director's Cut
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"In nearly every state, I am convinced there is NO accountability in Child Protective Services. I have come to several conclusions: 1. That poor parents, not always, but often times, are targeted to loose their children because they do not have the where with all to hire an attorney and fight the system. 2. That cases workers and social workers are very often guilty of fraud, they withhold and destroy evidence, they fabricate evidence, and they seek to terminate parental rights unnecessarily." - Senator Nancy Schaefer (GA) (1936-2010) [REST IN PEACE]
For the past six months, we have been developing a documentary project focusing on real people and their experiences battling criminal networks within local courts, law enforcement, and Child Protective Services. Families who we have been interviewed thus-far for 'Kids Inc.' have all reported multiple instances of perjury, fabrication of evidence, deception, withholding of evidence, and downright illegality surrounding the handling of their cases by CPS, the Judicial System, and Law Enforcement.
Our research indicates that this behavior by CPS and their partnered private agencies is heavily motivated by money incentives that enrich those workers responsible for the removal of children from their original households. We have learned that case workers and social workers involved with CPS do not get their desired cash bonuses if they choose to result to placing the children in kinship-care as opposed to foster-care.
In other words, case workers are heavily incentivized to displace children from their families and into partnered foster homes where there are higher chances of physical and sexual abuse. The evidence for this is unfortunately and overwhelmingly ..
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