A Case in Arizona Illustrates the Danger to California Kids Allowed by the State Supreme Court
August 3, 2017 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization
I recently wrote three pieces about the scandalous decision by the California Supreme Court that, forever after, allows child protective agents to remove children from parents absent any showing of abuse, neglect or unfitness on their part. The Court ruled that the mere supposition (there apparently was no evidence) of a substantial risk of harm to the child was sufficient for the state to remove it from its parents.
Having written about that so recently, this caught my eye:
The question arises: What horrors did the real parents do that could justify CPS putting a child into such heinous situations?