Protecting MN Children From Government

Tim Kinley discusses video from press conference on Minnesota Child Protection Service legally kidnapping children from fit parents who have not harmed their children.


Governor’s Task Force on the Protection of Children

Function:To advise the Governor and Legislature on system and practice improvements in the child protection system at all levels of government within the State of Minnesota.
Active dates:2014 – 2015
Succeeded by: Legislative Task Force on Child Protecction
History: The Task Force was created in September 2014 after a high-profile child maltreatment case.
The task force is tasked with reviewing policies, laws, and protocols, enhancing accountability in the child protection system, and ensuring the system has sufficient capacity and resources to operate as intended.The task force was charged with delivering an initial report to the Governor, Legislature and the public by December 31, 2014, and delivering its final recommendations by March 2015.The task force’s first meeting was set for October 13, 2014. Its last meeting was March 23, 2015. In their final report, they instructed DHS to convene a workgroup to implement their recommendations. As a result, DHS created the Professional Development Workgroup, which began a series of meetings in January 2016, and issued a report in 2017: The Child Welfare Center for Learning and Development: Report and Recommendations for Training System Reform
Membership: 26 members appointed by the Governor, including: legislators, county representatives, children’s advocates, attorneys, and child protection experts from across the state.
Agency heads: Chaired jointly by the Commissioner of Human Services, Lucinda Jesson, and Ramsey County Commissioner, Toni Carter.

Note:  The Legislative Reference Library may have additional reports on or by this group available through our catalog.

Record last updated: 01/10/2018

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Judicially Created Parental Alienation

Appeals court criticizes ‘judicially created parental alienation’ in case of baby with broken ribs

Seal of the Superior Court of PennsylvaniaA state appeals court has accused a Pennsylvania judge of “judicially created parental alienation” and a failure to provide due process when she kept a baby in “protracted foster care” after receiving no explanation for broken ribs and then terminated parental rights.

The judge, Lyris Younge of Philadelphia Family Court, abused her discretion when she refused to place the child known as N.M. in the care of a grandmother, according to the May 4 decision by the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.

Younge also refused to allow the child’s mother to be represented by two lawyers at once, and refused to allow introduction of expert medical reports that attempted to explain N.M.’s broken ribs, the court said.

Younge’s refusal to allow the grandmother’s care or to reunify N.M. with her parents “provided the evidentiary platform” to support social workers’ petition to terminate parental rights, the appeals court said. “In essence, this is an example of judicially-created parental alienation.”

“In short, despite the goals of the Child Protective Services Law, the trial judge seems to have done everything in her power to alienate these parents from their child, appears to have a fixed idea about this matter and, further, she prohibited evidence to be introduced that might have forced her to change her opinion,” the appeals court said.

The court reversed Younge’s refusal to place the child with the grandmother, vacated the judge’s decision to terminate parental rights and strongly suggested that, if a petition for recusal is filed, Younge “give serious consideration as to whether her apparent bias warrants that she recuse herself.”

The Legal Intelligencer covered the decision in consolidated appeals by the mother and father. According to the publication, it is the ninth time one of Younge’s rulings has been overturned on appeal, and the fifth involving an alleged due process issue.

N.M., now 2 years old, was removed from the care of her parents in April 2016 based on allegations of physical abuse, according to the decision. N.M.’s parents had brought N.M. to the doctor three times because of “fussiness.” X-rays were finally ordered and two broken ribs were found. N.M. was placed in foster care.

N.M.’s mother had suggested that N.M.’s toddler brother sometimes forcefully ran into her back when the mother was holding N.M., but a doctor thought that would be unlikely to cause a rib fracture. Testing found N.M. had a genetic variant that wasn’t believed to be a cause, though a doctor said it couldn’t definitively be ruled out. N.M. did not, however, have brittle bone disease, which could have caused the fractures.

When the parents were allowed supervised visits, N.M. would “light up” when she saw her parents, according to testimony by a social worker. The parents had complied with a plan that included parenting classes and evaluations.

N.M.’s brother was temporarily placed with the grandmother, and was eventually reunified with the parents.

When Younge refused to move N.M. to the care of her grandmother, the judge said that no one had yet confessed to the abuse and there needed to be some closure about how the injury happened. “Either someone has to cop to it or there has to be a plausible explanation” for the injuries, Younge said.

“If I leave her [in foster care] maybe I get closer to an answer as to what happened instead of moving her to grandmom. … So, I’m not going to consider kinship care.”

The appeals court noted the comments in a footnote at the end of the opinion. “While this court must take and does take the issue of abuse of a child very seriously,” the footnote said, “the fact that a trial judge tells parents that unless one of them ‘cops to an admission of what happened to the child’ they are going to lose their child, flies in the face of not only the CPSL, but of the entire body of case law with regard to best interests of the child and family reunification.

“We find that the record herein provides example after example of overreaching, failing to be fair and impartial, evidence of a fixed presumptive idea of what took place, and a failure to provide due process to the two parents involved.”

California’s Vicious Judicial Reign of Terror


CORRUPTION WATCH-Vicious, predatory and unaccountable are three words that describe the environment for starlets near Harvey Weinstein, for children coached by Jerry Sandusky at Penn State, and for Olympic gymnasts who had Larry Nassar for their doctor at Michigan State University.  These three words also describe the California judiciary.

Institutions that have an isolated predator in their ranks differ from institutions whose very culture is vicious, predatory and unaccountable. The distinguishing feature is how the institution reacts to the abuse. Does it protect the victim or the abuser? Hint: Systems that use secrecy and terror to perpetuate their abusive behavior are corrupt.

Predators Use Secrecy and Terror Against their Victims 

The Olympic Committee used secrecy when it told parents that the molestations had to remain undisclosed because publicity would interfere with official investigations. The reality is that parents’ disclosing what happened to their teenaged girls would have blown the cover-up. The terror was the threat that their children would be excluded from the only programs that could enable them to achieve their gymnastic dreams.

These techniques were also Harvey Weinstein’s modus operandi. His victims had to keep his molestations and rapes secret or else “they’d never work in this town again.” With Penn State, there was secrecy and terror. The few who knew about Sandusky’s molestations had to remain silent in terror of their careers being destroyed. The 2015 movie Spotlight, showed how the Catholic Church used secrecy and terror against its victims to perpetuate sexual abuse.

The California judicial system is adept at both secrecy and terror to guarantee that there is no accountability for its vicious predatory behavior.

Secrecy: The First Level of Judicial Protectionism

In California all public meetings are subject to the Brown Act, Government Code, §§ 54950-54963 — except the courts. Under the Brown Act any member of the public can record any public meeting as long as the recording does not interfere with the meeting. Recording court proceedings, however, is tightly controlled.

As Anatole France observed, “The law, in its majestic equality, forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges . . .” In Los Angeles, both the rich and poor may record court proceedings.

The rich may hire expensive court reporters to record hearings and then use them however they wish, but under Court Rule 1.150(d) the poor must obtain advance special permission from a judge to use their own audio recorders, and “the recordings must not be used for any purpose other than as personal notes.” In other words, recordings made by poor people may not be made public or used to highlight judicial corruption.

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When Was the Last Time Your Voice Was Heard


Excerpts from Punished 4 Protecting TODAY’S LIVE-When is the last time you had your voice heard?               
Francesca Amato-Banfield

“When was the last time your very voice was heard? We put people into positions of power, such as our president for example, judges, senators, different political parties. They actually speak into our lives. But there are things they are doing that we don’t want. There are things that are detrimental to our families and our children, and it affects everybody.

You reach out to me to be your voice and that is a very humbling position to have. You just want to be heard, you want somebody to listen, you want somebody not just to listen, but to take what you’re saying very seriously. Not just to vindicate what youre saying, but to make sure that what you’re saying doesn’t just go on deaf ears either.

It has to happen and manifest in this world. We cannot continue to allow the abuses to continue with our families. I know every case that comes through me. I read your cases, you beg and plead for help. We have systems set up to help you as best as we can, but at the same time we need you to be able to carry it through. We work with very different states. I see how some people will do anything to save their children and I see how others will do nothing to save their children. And people look for a leader, someone to lead you, someone to guide you. We are the foundation of our country. We are by the consititon, the bill of rights, the the declaration of independence, and the bible talks about the fact that its up to us, we the people, to make sure that our government does what we want it to do.

It’s up to us to take the authority that god gave us. We need massive change on this earth. We’ve given over that authority to forces that are not good. There needs to be some kind of bridge of communication that helps people in this world. And that your voices matter because without your voices, your children’s voices are not heard and the suffering is outrageous.

Participate in the revolution/revolt/protest on April 30th at a family court or CPS near you. Pull your own teams together. We can’t babysit you. Are you angry enough yet? Are you upset enough about what they’ve been doing? Get out there. make flyers, make signs, get your people together, stand outside, be that voice. you want them to hear your voice, be that voice, be bold, be courageous, do what you need to do to save your families. If you haven’t caught on to this message yet, your’e not paying attention. You need to wake up and pay attention to this message. You’re families have been assaulted! Any child that has been taken away from a loving family at any point in time is being abused.

We don’t care how many judges we expose, that’s what needs to be done. These judges belong in jail, they’re committing felonies. Judges are revicitimizing victims.

The gavel is way more dangerous than a gun. The suffering is endless and unbearable. I’m running for governor of New York to make this stop. We need to all do this together to make this stop. We need people in these positions, in these offices as public servants that are going to go right into the heart of corruption. And shine the light into the heart of corruption, and be a corruption buster and say NO MORE and not be afraid. And to go in with the boldness that God gave us and be bold as a lion.

This is our country, these our are states, these are our counties, these are our legislators, these are our senators, these are our politicians, not the other way around! They work for us, not the other way around!

It’s up to you to discern truth from a lie. If youve been living a lie, you will not know the truth.

Get ready to take back what’s rightfully ours. Your children, your families, your gun rights, your property, your food not grown organically the way you see fit so you don’t have to eat genetically modified poison. Let’s get this message out there so that your voices can be heard. Share this video with everyone and anyone because this affects everyone.

You need this message today. You need your voice heard. Your children need to have a voice. and they need to grow up and they need to have a life in the future instead of it being snuffed out. God bless you guys.”

Connections Between Broward County and Minnesota

Published on Feb 19, 2018

February 19- It is imperative that patriots and citizen journalists stay on top of the story of the Douglas High School shooting in Broward County, Florida. As more details of the corruption in the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Scott Israel, the Department of Family and Child Services and the Broward County Justice Department (under the supervision of Attorney General P_m B_ndi), it is very possible that enough evidence could come to light to implicate multiple high up Deep State players in this false flag, which is connected to the other several Florida false flag events in the last two years
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Child Predator Services and Foster Care

This is just one example of thousands of unjust CPS abductions that happen all over the nation on a daily basis. Once again, the reason is money. . . lots of money!  Every time CPS seizes a child, it gets money from the federal government and counties can bring in thousands of dollars in excess revenue.

As New York Times best-selling author Dr. Joseph Mercola wrote in 2011:

Child Protective Services | Austin Family Law Attorney[D]id you know that the money funneled to states and child protective services actually encourages them to accuse you of child abuse and even murder, and to take your children, even if you’re not guilty, and even though they have absolutely no proof that you harmed your child?

Horrendous as it sounds, it’s true: child abuse has become a business — an industry of sorts — that actually pays states to legally abduct your children and put them up for adoption! Even more unbelievable is that, instead of pumping the money back into child protective service programs, some states actually are putting it into their general funds to help balance their budgets.

Child Protective Services has a financial incentive to take children into custody and adopt them out rather than return them. Why? They get money from the Federal government for every child in custody, and they get money if the child is adopted. So what do you think they do? For one, they are more likely to take children into custody in the first place. And second, they are more interested in taking children they can easily adopt out.


John Van Doorn

John Van Doorn ran for San Diego Supervisor in 2010. This is an excerpt from his candidate biography “As a tireless advocate for parental and children’s rights, John van Doorn has worked publicly and behind the scenes to challenge the Board of Supervisors to clean up corruption within county agencies that deal with the welfare of our county’s children.

John’s start in advocacy began with the breakup of his marriage in 1999, a time when his children were stripped out of his life after false allegations were made in court by a county social worker. Mr. van Doorn has since prevailed in a number of Superior and Appellate Court actions and presently has an appeal pending before the California Appellate Court which addresses numerous acts of `abuse of discretion’ by a County Court Commissioner. The appeal also takes notice of actions by County Counsel that clearly demonstrate this county’s preference to obstruct legally established rights of San Diego citizens.”

For the Children. @AdoptUsKids @BlogginMamas @AdCouncil # ...Let’s take a closer look at the three sponsors of the “I Support Adoption from Foster Care” ad on the leftU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (CDC, FDA ...



Children's Bureau

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (CDC, FDA ...

Through the title IV-E Foster Care program, the Children’s Bureau supports states (plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico) provide board and care payments for eligible children who are under the supervision of the state and placed in foster family homes or childcare institutions that are safe and licensed. The program is authorized by title IV-E of the Social Security Act, as amended, and implemented under the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) at 45 CFR parts 1355, 1356, and 1357. The program’s focus is children who are eligible under the former Aid to Families with Dependent Children program and who were removed from their homes as the result of maltreatment, lack of care, or lack of supervision.

AdoptUSKids is a national project that supports child welfare systems and connects children in foster care with families. It is a project of the Children’s Bureau, operated through a cooperative agreement between the Bureau and the Adoption Exchange Association.

About the children

Children and teens enter foster care through no fault of their own, because they have been abused, neglected, or abandoned and are unable to continue living safely with their families. (CPS gets to deem what living “safely” with a family means.)


A private, non-profit organization, the Ad Council focuses on approximately 50 national campaigns at a time, each sponsored by non-profit organizations or federal government agencies.

We work with volunteer talent from leading advertising, media, social and digital communications agencies across the country. Leveraging donated ad space and airtime, we develop integrated public service communications programs to make sure our messages reach the widest audience and have the greatest impact.

In 2015, we secured over $1.6 billion in donated media on behalf of all of our campaigns. This means on average, each campaign received $30 million in donated advertising time and space for the year.

Sponsor Organizations (Click to view) 

Behind each campaign is an issue expert: A non-profit organization or government agency. They are on the front lines and deal directly with issues our campaigns address.

Adoption from Foster Care  


Since 2004, the Ad Council has partnered with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Children’s Bureau and AdoptUSKids to encourage the adoption of children from foster care. This national adoption recruitment campaign reassures potential parents by consistently delivering the “you don’t have to be perfect to be a perfect parent” message.

The campaign currently highlights the need for families for teens. Of the 428,000 youths under the age of 18 in the U.S. foster care system,112,000 are currently waiting for adoptive families. 43% of all children available for adoption on are 15 to 18 years old, yet only 5% of all children adopted in 2015 were between the ages of 15 to 18.

These lighthearted and charming PSAs reassure potential parents that teens in foster care don’t need perfection; they need the love and commitment a permanent family can provide.The PSAs direct audiences to visit, call 1-888-200-4005 (English), or 1-877-236-7831 (Spanish) to learn more the adoption process.

Fatherhood Involvement (2017)  OVERVIEW

86 percent of dads spend more time with their children today than their own fathers did with them. However, a majority of dad (7 out of 10) also reported that they could use tips on how to be a better parent.

The campaign PSAs encourage dads to recognize the critical role fathers play in their children’s lives through something as simple as a dad joke. The TV spots feature kids re-telling jokes their dad shared with them, highlighting that even the smallest moments fathers spend with their children can have the biggest difference in their children’s lives. All PSAs direct audiences to visit for parenting tips, fatherhood programs, and other resources. 

Do you really think public service announcements increase fatherhood engagement in their children’s lives if they haven’t been involved before they saw the ad? This really is a network of private associations involved with government in public/private collusion. These associations operate in the private, nonprofit sector with intent to affect the government sector, bypassing normal input from citizens and deteriorating representative government at all levels (federal, state and county). The Ad Council is able to use their extensive advertising budget to sell a government program that appears to be pro-family when the opposite is true.


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Help Bury Baby Alyssa

Funeral Arrangements & Burial For Baby Alyssa • Help Shavon

For: Shavon Fero
Everett, WA
Organizer: Cory Sem

Funeral Arrangements & Burial For Baby Alyssa • Help Shavon (Shavon Fero)

The Story

  • On January 12,2018, baby Alyssa who was 6 months old passed away in her sleep & away from her Mother, Shavon, in foster care. (As of today, autopsy results are still pending.) Shavon was nearing the time of reunification with baby Alyssa as of last Wednesday & taking all of the necessary steps needed to do so- due to false allegations. And within days of word from a judge who was graciously about to end Shavon’s nightmare- it all came crashing down. Tragedy struck.

At this point in time Shavon is unable to see Alyssa. Believe it or not- she has to pay to see Alyssa! $300.00. That’s not including services which will be local. Many people are questioning this tragedy because there has been no media coverage or ablility to find the story on Google. We understand that this makes people question the validity of what’s happened so- if you would like to make a donation to the actual funeral home- we are more than happy to provide you with this information. The funeral home caring for Alyssa is:Funeral Alternatives,which is in Marysville,Washington. Their contact number is: ‭+1 (888) 381-6993‬.

This is a desperate plea for help with funds to help Shavon with any additional funeral expenses & to fly Alyssa to Colorado to be properly buried where she has family. Shavon currently has no living relatives in Washington State & it is imperitive that baby Alyssa is buried where family can appropriately mourn her. To this day, baby Alyssa’s grandparents who live in Colorado have never met Alyssa. It is important that they too are able to grieve their Granddaughter & have a place to visit her that is tangible. In the near future, Shavon plans to join family in Colorado & leave Washington State. CPS was going to help with funeral expenses;then changed their minds.

With this loss comes more expenses. Currently Shavon has a vehicle that she needs help with. The vehicle needs maintenance to get back & forth to anything related to her daughter as well as her own needs. Working is obviously out of the question as we speak & for the next days- months to come. Food,gas,a cell bill… Every day expenses that we personally do not think about at times when going through a devastating loss such as your infant child. The last thing that we want her to worry about in a crisis like this- is how she will get back & forth or how she will eat or pay her cell bill for communication. But especially if she will be able to get her daughter to a State where she belongs.

I will be updating this campaign as new information comes in. Any & all funds go directly to baby Alyssa‘s mother & I personally have no financial gain for setting up this campaign. •This is the ONLY official campaign at this time for Shavon & baby Alyssa.• If you see any other campaigns- please check with Alyssa‘a family to either report or check validity.

If you are able to donate as little as a dollar- no amount is too small because it all adds up. If you are not able to donate- we understand & appreciate if you could please share the campaign.

There has been a great outpouring of love & prayers that I have personally seen. The support is beyond amazing.

Thank you all for taking your time to read this & share.

❤️~ Cory Sem

Funeral Arrangements & Burial For Baby Alyssa • Help Shavon