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Lawsuit Claims County Routinely Kidnaps Thousands of Babies Without Warrant or Reason

African American woman baby child

Tonita Rogers, of California, had just given birth through Caesarean section. Three days later Juvenile Dependency Investigator Karla Torres, of Riverside County, literally snatched the infant from her breast. All this happened without a warrant, which would have taken about two hours to get if a judge had determined probable cause. It turns out Rogers is not alone. She’s filing a class action lawsuit potentially affecting thousands of incidents. The law firm representing Rogers reports half of its cases involve African American children.

Why So Many Kidnappings by Child Protective Services? Consider the Money Trail

Seized child

“Did 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?” That’s a quote from “New York Times” best-selling author Dr. Joseph Mercola. It may help explain many of the cases today of state-sanctioned kidnappings of children with no credible evidence of parental misconduct.

Mom Sues After Authorities Snatch Daughter in Illegal Home Invasion

Mayanne Godboldo

The agency calls itself Child Protective Services, but CPS failed to live up to its name when it ordered Maryanne Godboldo to administer a drug called Risperdal to her daughter, even though it was making the girl “horribly ill, aggressive and violent.” After the Michigan woman refused the demand, a SWAT team appeared at her doorstep, demanding the child. The officers never showed Godboldo a warrant, possibly because it wasn’t completely filled out or signed by a judge. Attorney Byron Pitts calls the incident a home invasion and kidnapping.

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