Tuesday, June 27, 2017

CONYERS & LOFGREN Statement On SCOTUS Decision To Take Up Trump Muslim & Refugee Ban

Washington, D.C. – House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI) and Subcommittee on Immigration Ranking Member Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) today released the following joint statement after the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would take up Trump’s Muslim and Refugee ban: 

Dean of the U.S. House
of Representatives
John Conyers, Jr.
“Today’s Supreme Court decision recognizes a central constitutional defect in Donald Trump’s Muslim and Refugee Ban—the damage it inflicts on the interests of U.S. citizens and institutions. As the opinion notes, the ban serves to separate citizens from their foreign national family members, American universities from their students, and U.S. employers from their workers.  By leaving in place the lower courts’ block on the Trump Administration’s attempts to bar foreign nationals with U.S. ties from entering the country, the Court underscores the ban’s unconstitutionality and adverse impact on America as a whole.

“At the same time, the Court’s opinion fails to reflect other key ways in which the ban violates our Constitution. Most important, by allowing the Trump Administration to bar the entry into the United States of certain travelers from Muslim-majority countries and refugees without U.S. ties, the Court ignored the Order’s fundamentally discriminatory intent and effect.  Candidate Trump campaigned on a Muslim ban; the Supreme Court should have realized this Order fulfilled that pledge.

“We are deeply disappointed in this portion of the Court’s decision, which will enable the Trump Administration to disrupt and upend the lives of many thousands of innocent people.  Making matters worse, the ban will weaken the U.S. economy and undermine our relationships with key partners abroad in the fight against terror.

“We therefore urge our Republican colleagues to join Democrats in supporting H.R. 1503, the Statute of Liberty Values Act 2.0 (SOLVe 2.0). This bill would nullify in full the Muslim and Refugee ban—which, as reflected in today’s Supreme Court decision, is unconstitutional at its core—ending its harmful consequences for our national values, economy, and security.”

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Monday, June 26, 2017

Lalanea Little-Tobeler Officially Notifies Michigan That She Is Not Happy With Elected Officials Condoning Fraud In Child Welfare

Lala is not happy.

Michigan tortured her, stole her children and the state's elected officials refuse to do anything about the fraud in child welfare or what happened to her and her children, human trafficking.

Well, Lala has just given formal notice to Governor Rick Snyder, Attorney General Bill Schuette and Children's Ombudsman, Orlene Hawks, that she is going to file a federal lawsuit.

It does not matter if she cannot find an attorney, nor does it matter that she does not have the financial support or resources to battle the taxpayer funded behemoth  Michigan Office of Attorney General to prove her case.

When one files a complaint in federal court, that complaint is now preserved in the annals of history, as documentation of evidence.

Eventually, there will be enough of these "pro se" cases, alleging the exact same thing, with the exact same evidence, to eventually be used, as metadata, to establish a pattern of practice in the industry of Medicaid fraud in child welfare.

For those of you who are not familiar with Lala, here is her debut.  Enjoy the Lala.

Get 'em, girl.

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Saturday, June 24, 2017

FBI Busts Baby Selling Ring, Then Sits Back On Its Arse While Human Trafficking Continues

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Theresa Marie Erickson  
Disbarred 11-30-2012
It seems there is a new interest in the world of child welfare, or rather "saving those poor, abused and neglected children".

Having ran across an older piece I posted some years ago on the industry of "Selling Babies", where the term is most endearingly embraced as foster care and adoption, I was remiss for failing to follow through in reporting on this.

My #Superfans found this post to be of interest:

So, I reviewed the case and look what I found.

The FBI nor DOJ have done a damn thing with the organizations Theresa Erickson was working.

Neither has the IRS, because they are, all of them, still in business, as banks, unregulated banks...like land banks.

On that thought, allow me to share a thought of which I have already, in depth, researched:

If land banks, which are completely unregulated, in contrast to a bank in the banking industry, which can take out mortgages from federal programs, and just "poof the debt away", then what stops a human egg bank from doing the same credit scheme, but in the form of life insurance, or perhaps, Medicaid billing?

Donor Egg Bank USA
The Donor Egg Bank USA even has payment plans for those interested in purchasing humans before they are born, because, of course, it is illegal to sell humans.

Once one registers, you can place custom pre-orders or just go down the cyber-aisles from its online human trafficking store front.

Or, a corporation can step in and just manufacture its own human assets for profit in organ donation, human subject research testing of biomedicals, pharmaceuticals, or your basic free labor, reimbursed through tax payer dollars of Medicaid fraud in child welfare.
Pacific In Vitro Fertilization Institute

Oregon Reproductive Medicine

Advanced Fertility Center of Chicago

Gifted Journeys
Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine
A Perfect Match

IVF Traveler

Genesis Group

Alternative Reproductive Resources

Egg Donor Alliance

Fairfax Egg Bank

If there are unregulated donor egg banks, unregulated sperm banks, and  unregulated organ donor banks, does this mean the U.S. Child Welfare System, an internationally diffused model, replete with the importation of tax credits, is an unregulated donor, whether voluntarily, but  mostly involuntarily, human bank where deposits of paper orphans are made, to be leveraged and marketed through privatized, federal cost-reimbursed programs and grants;

Then, selling the "parental rights" to a human is the selling of chattel, the oldest form of survival, for it is the title, the deed, or in this instance, the certificate of birth, which is the moveable good being sold, in an unregulated market;

Therefore, the residuals of the peculiar institution are now mechanized in the financial industry in what is called, privatization, or what I prefer to call modernized slavery, and it is all done in the grace of the tax exempt God, just like they used to do back in the pre-Emancipation days.

But, since this unregulated, quite complex, industry of human trafficking is legally stratified, right down to patents of the biomedical industry, this would mean that humans are the newest form of global currency and ownership of such humans, not all humans, just "The Poors" (always said with clinched teeth), hail from the genus allodial title holders, which are now these unregulated banks.

The same logic can be applied to immigration, deportation, forced migration, human trafficking, slave trade, tomato, tomato, potato, potato, whatever, it is all the same legal concept under the theory Of Parental Rights: The Acquisition of Goods ©.

As one does not have legal residency, children born on this soil, or those whose feet touch this soil without certification, become, by automatic allodium default of title, "wards of the state", or property of the state with financial leverage in billing Medicaid, at whim, arbitrarily and capriciously, whenever or however these privatized arms of the state feel like they want to bill and there is nothing that can be done, as the industry of child welfare is unregulated.

Ergo, banks own "The Poors" and all perpetuities, thereof.

But, I digress.

Let us return to the issue of surrogacy and selling babies, or rather the pro-life movement.

Yup.  The architects of the pro-life movement like to sell babies in the name of the tax exempt God to make money and they have their wet-dream (pun intended) superstar, Vice President Mike Pence in the White House.

Not to bemoan the entire political ideology of the abortion issue, we shall adopt (pun intended) the nomenclature of the pro life movement:  "Personhood".

For your learning pleasure, or just for my #Superfans to prepare to create a special division when we get back from my dream vacation, I have provided a series of links on "personhood" and its premise in in-vitro & ex-vitro parental rights.

Michigan Contracts Parental Rights

Fetuses Get Representation In Court In the Name of God

Alabama Law Takes Over The Uterus

Michigan Proposes House Bill to Measure Personhood

SCOTUS ruling in "Hobby Lobby" is all about child welfare

Conyers Assails Republicans’ Fixation on Rolling Back Women’s Rights

Anti-abortion reforms child welfare policy

Abortion Bills Create Jobs

Michigan CPS Sticks Hand Between Women's Legs

CPS Can Now Steal The Twinkle In Your Eye

In the spirit of fuchsia, allow me to proceed with my 2 cents...

Convicted Surrogacy Attorney: I'm Tip of Iceberg 

 Under California law, surrogates must enter the agreement with prospective parents before the embryonic transfer.

Under California law, the entire thing about surrogates entering the agreement with prospective owners before the embryonic transfer is based in animal law, yup, the same concept that originated in the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Children.

 The woman convicted and sentenced for her role in a baby-selling ring said there need to be changes in the surrogacy industry and in state law to avoid similar illegal operations in the future.

Yes, Theresa Erickson, I would love to get with you and do some stuff about this...and make some history...and some money.

Surrogacy and adoption in California is a “billion-dollar industry" that is "corrupt” and needs to be changed according to former high-profile surrogacy attorney Theresa Erickson.

Surrogacy and adoption in the United States is a "multi-billion-dollar industry" that is "corrupt" and needs to be changed according to Beverly Tran.

Erickson, who is now headed to federal prison, called herself the “tip of the iceberg” when it comes to people abusing the system.

Girlfriend got that one right.  This is only the "tip of the iceberg" in the global industry of human trafficking, a.k.a. child welfare.

The Poway resident will spend five months in prison and nine months in home confinement for her role in the operation that sent would-be surrogates to the Ukraine to receive embryo transfers.

That is it.  Five months in and nine months in home confinement for her role in human trafficking.  What I find most egregious is that she could not even create jobs in the U.S.  She just had to send them to the Ukraine to save money in the cover up.

Once the women reached their second trimester, the attorneys then sold the unborn baby to unsuspecting parent claiming a prior surrogacy agreement had fallen through.

The attorneys did not "sell", they charged fees.  You pay a fee for a service to traffic and own a human.  It is a service fee.

Under California law, surrogates must enter the agreement before the embryonic transfer.

Commerce is a legal meeting of the minds which makes this a ripe area for legal discourse on the contractual agreements, including policies of the States for the areas of termination and reinstatement of parental rights, or whatever the hell parental rights actually means, considering it is only found, once, in federal law.

Federal prosecutors said Erickson worked with Carla Chambers of Las Vegas, Nevada and Hilary Neiman of Maryland to create an “inventory of unborn babies.”

"Inventory of unborn babies"?  Central Registry?  Banks?  Repositories?  Fiduciary trusts? U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau's new division on predictive data, or just "bootstrapping"?

The women then submitted court documents claiming the surrogacies were legitimate.

And Child Protective Services submits false claims to be cost reimbursed through Medicaid just because they have the Right To Lie...even though a federal court said it did not.

After the papers were filed, Erickson would add the names of the parents who had purchased the child.

Wow.  She sounds like a child welfare worker.

The group made $400,000 in profit from the sale of parental rights prosecutors said.

Riiiiiiiiiight.  Like the FBI even contacted the IRS or the FEC.  LMAO

Erickson estimated she profited about $70,000 over the course of six years.

Beverly Tran estimates that Erickson is a brilliant and refined liar.  If she only profited about $70,000 selling humans, then that means she made a few million in fees that she probably wrote off as back door tax exempt contributions or your basic money laundering through other international child welfare agencies.  I wonder what ties she had with the Clinton Foundation?

 In an exclusive interview with NBCSanDiego, Erickson said she has disgraced her profession and her family and broke an oath she vowed she would never, ever violate.

You mean to tell me it took a federal, criminal prosecution to make her realize she besmirched her profession?  Ooooo, we may not be dealing with a rocket scientist.

However, she believes the alternative family building process is confusing to many.

"Alternative Family Building Process"?  I need to trademark that shit.

“Legal has not caught up with medicine and medicine has created this technology that the law hasn’t kept up with,” Erickson said referring to the surrogacy industry as the “Wild, Wild West.”

Erickson, who closed her practice and resigned from the legal profession, said she would like to see a change in state law and new guidelines put in place.

She did not close her practice, voluntarily.  (See, DOJ Press Release, below).

“The industry has tried to do it for years and the industry hasn’t done much of anything and it needs to be done,” she told NBCSanDiego.

Liar.  Even the DOJ did not do shyte.

She believes people in the industry initially get involved to help people.


She herself was a donor and had infertility within her own family.

She did it for the money, and we all know it.  She is blonde and that brings the highest prices.

Ultimately though, she said there is the temptation of money.

There ya go, come clean.

“They want things to stay the way they are because of the money but it just can’t stay the way they are, it just can’t,” she said.

Ok, Theresa, you are out and I am reaching out.

U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy released this statement regarding Erickson’s sentencing: “The surrogacy laws were enacted to protect both unborn babies and parents seeking children. Erickson abused her position as a trusted legal advisor and officer of the court by circumventing the law and undermining the rights of children and intended parents. Out of sheer greed Erickson preyed upon people’s most basic need: to raise a child. We cannot and will not allow individuals like Erickson to profit by taking advantage of vulnerable people who have a sincere desire to lawfully adopt and parent children.”

Very well, but what have you done since her conviction, release, the 2018 Presidential Election....?

Erickson, who practiced law for a decade, regrets losing her law license.

I bet that sucks.

She put herself through law school raising her two children with a husband in the military.

But, what happened?

She said her law license may be reinstated depending on a decision from the state bar.

Nope.  Just checked.  But for the simple fact that she even hallucinated the fantasy of getting her law license reinstated is further evidence that she did not, nor probably still does not, see that selling humans, or the rights to own a human, is not a good thing to do.

However, Erickson said the most difficult realization for her was the damage she did to the victims in the case.

"That was truly the hardest, and I mean that from my heart," she said.

Would you be so kind to share with us how wet your pillow is every morning, or at least every morning when you woke up in a federal prison for 5 months.

Call me, girl.

Prominent Surrogacy Attorney Sentenced to Prison for Her Role in Baby-Selling Case 

United States Attorney Laura E. Duffy announced February 24, 2012, that attorney Theresa Erickson was sentenced by United States District Judge Anthony J. Battaglia to serve five months in prison and nine months of home confinement for her involvement in a baby-selling ring that deceived prospective parents and the Superior Court of California.

 As noted during the hearing, California law forbids the sale of parental rights to babies and children.

The law does, however, permit surrogacy arrangements, but only if the Gestational Carrier (“GCs”) and the Intended Parents (“IPs”) enter into an agreement prior to an embryonic transfer.

If the GC and IPs do not reach an agreement before the GC receives the embryonic transfer, the GC can only transfer parental rights in the unborn child through a formal adoption procedure.

California law permits participants to profit from surrogacies, but not adoptions.

 In her August 2011 guilty plea, Erickson (an internationally renowned California attorney specializing in reproductive law) admitted that she and her conspirators used numerous GCs to create an inventory of unborn babies that they would sell for over $100,000 each.

They accomplished this by sending women to become implanted with embryos in overseas clinics.

If the women (now GCs) sustained their pregnancies into the second trimester, the conspirators offered the babies to prospective parents by falsely representing that the unborn babies were the result of legitimate surrogacy arrangements in which the original IPs had backed out.

The conspirators also drafted fraudulent “assumption agreements” for the prospective parents to sign, which reinforced the lie that original IPs existed but had simply backed out.

 According to court records, Erickson admitted to lying to the California Superior Court by fraudulently representing in court documents that these post-pregnancy agreements between the GC and IPs were legitimate surrogacies, which allowed Erickson and her co-conspirators to make over $400,000 in profit from the sale of parental rights.

Specifically, Erickson admitted that she prepared and filed with the Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, declarations and pleadings that falsely represented that the unborn babies were the products of legitimate surrogacy arrangements—that is, ones that involved agreements between the IPs and the GCs prior to embryonic transfer.

With these fraudulently obtained pre-birth orders, the IPs’ names would be placed on the babies’ birth certificates through a surrogacy and the conspirators would be able to profit from their sale of parental rights.

 According to court records, Erickson and her co-conspirators risked the health of at least one GC in order to profit from a fraudulent surrogacy, instead of a legitimate adoption.

For example, in 2010, a GC, who was living in a Midwestern state that did not allow surrogacies, received orders from her doctor to be on bed rest due to premature labor contractions.

In response, Erickson told the GC, “I really think that you need to get out to California as soon as possible in order to avert an adoption.” In her guilty plea,

Erickson also admitted that she caused applications containing materially false representations to be submitted to the State of California’s Access for Infants and Mothers program to defraud the agency out of the medical expenses from the birth of the babies. United States Attorney Duffy stated, “The surrogacy laws were enacted to protect both unborn babies and parents seeking children.

Erickson abused her position as a trusted legal advisor and officer of the court by circumventing the law and undermining the rights of children and intended parents.

Out of sheer greed Erickson preyed upon people’s most basic need: to raise a child. We cannot and will not allow individuals like Erickson to profit by taking advantage of vulnerable people who have a sincere desire to lawfully adopt and parent children.”

United States Attorney Duffy also praised the efforts of special agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for their dedication on a unique and complicated investigation.

 FBI Special Agent in Charge Keith Slotter commented, “Though the FBI investigates many different types of fraud, it is particularly disturbing when victims have been taken advantage of because of their desire to create a family.

In this case, the victims were exploited at a time in their lives when they were in a most vulnerable situation and trusting in legal counsel to abide by the laws of this country to provide them with legitimate services.”

 At sentencing, Judge Battaglia ordered Erickson to pay a $70,000 fine and serve three years of supervised release. Today, Judge Battaglia also sentenced co-conspirator Carla Chambers to serve five months in custody, and seven months of home confinement and $180,020.20 in forfeiture, and three years of supervised release (Case Number: 11CR3368-AJB).

 On December 1, 2011, Judge Battaglia sentenced Hilary Neiman, a Maryland attorney specializing in reproductive law and the third member of the conspiracy, to serve 12 months’ custody (five months in prison and seven months of home confinement), pay a $20,000 fine, $133,000 in forfeiture, and three years of supervised release.

 (Case Number: 11CR3247-AJB).

The court will set a future date for the restitution hearing for all three defendants. Defendants Theresa Erickson (11CR3372-AJB) Age: 43 Poway, California Carla Chambers (11CR3247-AJB) Age: 51 Las Vegas, Nevada Hilary Neiman (11CR3368-AJB) Age: 32 Chevy Chase, Maryland Summary of Charges Theresa Erickson and Hilary Neiman Title 18, United States Code, Section 371-Conspiracy to Commit Wire Fraud Carla Chambers Title 18, United States Code, Section 371-Conspiracy to Engage in Monetary Transactions in Property Derived from Specified Unlawful Activity 

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Lalanea Little-Tobeler Has An Issue With The Michigan Child Welfare System

Oh my, it seems the State of Michigan has lit a nice little fire with the right mother.

This is how the fraud schemes start.

Everything she testifies about what goes on in the child welfare system is absolutely correct...and it is all billed to Medicaid.

VL did a heart-wrenching interview with a woman from Michigan a few days ago. 

 The more I think about it, the sicker I become with the thoughts of what this poor woman, and many others go through. 

 There is no reason on this earth that human beings should ever be treated in this manner. 

 These vile people have gotten away with this for too long. It is time to take a stand. 

 At this point, we need every move we make to be very public. 

 That is why I wanted to make you all aware that I just finished writing emails to the VP of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, various Michigan State Reps – including Congressman Jack Bergman (who is over her district), the County Sheriff’s Office and Trey Gowdy – sending Lala’s interview and demanding full investigations into the state facilities that are still in operation and the arrest and prosecution of all individuals involved, as well as an investigation into the CPS in her area. 

 Will you do the same?  

Will you be a voice for Lala and all the children still out there being abused? 

 Please consider sending an email to the officials listed below. 

 I have a feeling the response will be far less than “warm and fuzzy”. 

 Here is the email that was sent: My husband and I are founders and owners of Victurus Libertas. 

We have a channel in which we expose truth and give people a voice who would normally not have one. 

 We recently did an interview with Lalanae Little. 

I highly suggest you watch the interview in which she talks about state facilities that physically, mentally and sexually abuse, misuse, assault and take advantage of children on a daily basis that are still in operation. 

 I am requesting a formal investigation be opened into each and every facility mentioned by Ms. Little in this interview that is still in operation. 

And each and every person who performed these acts be immediately arrested and prosecuted to fullest extent of the law. In addition, I request a full investigation into CPS in Ms. Little’s area and each and every person who has behaved against Ms. Little in retaliation be arrested and reprimanded the same. 

Also, Ms. Little’s children should be given back to her, as the only reason they were ever taken in the first place was by a GROSS misuse of power in retaliation against her. 

This is how the fraud schemes continue.

Lalanea Little-Tobeler seems to be on a mission to take down fraud in Michigan's child welfare system.

Get 'em, girl.

Dear Mr. Snyder: Please take 30 minutes of your time to watch this interview also sent this video interview to Bill Schuette (State Attorney General),  & Orlene Hawks (Ombudsman) & I have enclosed photos proving I did message them on facebook directly.

Please help me & my family be reunited & have the justice we deserve


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Friday, June 23, 2017

CONYERS on Medicare for All

#SinglePayer    #MedicareForAll

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CONYERS: Committee Democrats To Chairman Goodlatte: House Judiciary Must Do Its Job

Washington, D.C. – Today, sixteen Democratic members of the House Committee on the Judiciary sent a letter, below, to Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) to request that he schedule hearings immediately “to examine events that now extend well beyond any investigation into Russian influence—including the firing of FBI Director James Comey, allegations of obstruction of justice, and the inconsistent application of the Attorney General’s recusal from these and related matters.”

Today’s letter, led by Ranking Member John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI) and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), addressed each of Chairman Goodlatte and the Majority’s usual explanations for not conducting oversight of the Department of Justice.  “With our Committee on the sidelines, the situation [at the Department] grows more perilous by the day,” the Members wrote.

The letter makes reference to a CRS report, below, that documents nearly a century of precedent where congressional investigations have overlapped with ongoing investigations at the Department of Justice.

On March 10th, every Democrat on the Committee called on Chairman Goodlatte to “get moving on Trump oversight” by holding formal committee hearings on Russia’s interference with the election and related matters. 

On May 11th, Democrats on the House Committee on the Judiciary sent a letter to Chairman Bob Goodlatte, urging him to conduct immediate hearings into the firing of James Comey. 

On May 16th, all 33 Democratic Members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and the House Committee on the Judiciary, sent a detailed letter to their respective Republican Chairmen outlining their demand for an immediate investigation into the actions of President Donald Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and top White House aides.

The House Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction over the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It also has jurisdiction over the Foreign Agents Registration Act and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Human Trafficking in Foster Care: Haiti v. United States

Now, where do you think these U.S. faith based, tax exempt, privatized, non-profits got the idea to
launder money through child welfare for human trafficking?

Why, of course, it was none other than the glorious Clinton Foundation!

If the Lumos foundation can engage in such extensive research in monitoring child trafficking through child welfare in Haiti, well, I guess they could do the same thing, right here in the United States....or just ask me.

Or, perhaps, they already did.

For those of you who are in that realm of cognitive dissonance when it comes to how "holier than thou" it is to do the work of God and save these poor, wretched souls of the innocent from a life of poverty, how about making money off it through the imperialistic morality parade.

In the U.S., we call these orphanages "foster care".

So, without further adieu, in my fuchsia spirit,  I shall provide my 2 cents for those people who have been duped to believe that moving a small human from a family, because they were made to be poor, is justified because they are doing the work of God, for a substantial amount of financial benefit, to prove that the peculiar institution of slavery has never, ever, gone away.

Today, slavery is coined in modern terminologies, called human trafficking under the guise of child welfare.

BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Children living in hundreds of orphanages in Haiti suffer sexual and physical abuse and some are trafficked into orphanages for profit, according to a charity founded by "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling.

Children living in thousands of foster homes and residential institutions in the U.S. suffer sexual and physical abuse and some are trafficked into other foster homes and re-homed through adoption for profit, according to Beverly Tran, the first person, ever to talk about privatization and its Medicaid fraud schemes in child welfare to fund political campaigns.

 Many of Haiti's orphanages use deception to recruit children from unknowing and impoverished parents - a form of trafficking - and use those children to attract donations, said the report released on Thursday by the London-based charity Lumos. 

All U.S. Child Protective Services and Child Placing Agencies are immune from prosecution, given the Right To Lie in a court of law and in the filing of fraudulent cost reimbursements to Medicaid.  A state child welfare system does not need to use deception in the acquisition of goods (the future foster child), as it is a multi-billion dollar industry, used to launder false claims of fraudulent Medicaid billing to fund this industry of child trafficking, I have been reporting on for more than 15 years.

Donors, mostly from the United States and faith-based organizations, give $70 million a year to one-third of Haiti's 750 orphanages, it said.

Donors, mostly from the United States and faith-based organizations, give billions in tax write offs a year to anyone who come up with the best child abuse propaganda to launder the ill-gotten gain from trafficking children of the poor.

The Children's Defense Fund has over $35 million in assets to print out propaganda to market the latest programs to acquire and traffic tiny humans for profit.

 About 30,000 children live in orphanages in Haiti, even though four in five of those children have at least one living parent, Lumos said.

There are millions of children who have been trafficked through child welfare in the U.S., with the majority of them having at least one living parent whose parental rights were terminated by a court of law, where that parent was prosecuted as "guilty until prove innocent" by people who were only doing the work of the tax exempt God.

Most orphanages are privately funded. Impoverished families are frequently duped into giving up their children by orphanage directors who hire so-called child-finders and local pastors who also seek out children, it said.

Most child welfare state contractors are privatized and the child welfare system researchers and policymakers are privately funded to solicit federal grants to generate more revenue maximization schemes from the trafficking of tiny humans and their use as human test subjects for the biomedical and pharmaceutical industries, where they filed for Medicaid cost reimbursements to conduct the experiments and publish for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  States hire so-called child finders into positions called Child Protective Services.  Local pastors help encourage their congregations to report "abuse and neglect" through financial incentives in numerous forms and appointments to child welfare boards.

 In some cases, families had been paid $75 to give their children away, the report said.

In some cases, families have their assets seized in court judgments to pay child support to the States, where the States collect Title IV-D while billing for Title IV-E and Medicaid, contemporaneously.

 "Many parents are deceived into giving up their children, purely so that unscrupulous individuals can make a profit," said Lumos Chief Executive Georgette Mulheir in a statement.

Many parents are told to give up their children to foster care because they have no other choice, just to ensure a Child Placing Agency can meet its monthly quota to keep its doors open and paychecks flowing.

 "Well-intended donors give vast sums to orphanages.

Well-intended donors give vast sums of money to foster care and adoption programs in the U.S. for tax write offs and money laundering.

But 80 percent of children living there are not orphans," she said.

But over 80 percent of children in U.S. foster care and adoption are not orphans.

 Taking children from their parents through deception, coercion or purchase is a form of human trafficking going largely unchecked, said the report released at Haiti's first anti-trafficking conference this week in Port-au-Prince.

Taking children from their parents through false claims, deception, coercion, threats or just being poor is human trafficking as it is exempt and excluded from any form of external scrutiny.

 In a country where one in four people lives on $1.23 a day, extreme poverty drives families to sell or give their children to orphanages on false promises they will receive an education, food or care, Lumos said. Lumos interviewed 44 children who had been raised in orphanages as well as former orphanage volunteers, health care workers and government officials.

In the United States, where child poverty is the highest for developed nations and continues to increase with each passing day, extreme poverty drives Child Protective Services to remove children and place them in foster care on promises they will receive an education, food or care.  I have listened to the blood curdling screams of hundreds of children in foster care, where some did not live to make it out the child welfare system, as well as the cries of parents, grandparents, and anyone else of a degree of sangunitity or affinity to these trafficked tiny humans, as well as current and former employees, volunteers and government officials affiliated with the U.S. Child Welfare System.

 Some children reported beatings and cold water being dumped on toddlers who were forced to sleep on an orphanage floor.

There is a multitude of reports, public testimonies in governmental hearings, and court filings, documenting children being beaten, raped, drugged, tortured, murdered, attempted & successful suicide, who were forced to live in the most inhumane conditions of foster care.

 One 19-year-old man with a physical disability told Lumos he was regularly beaten at an orphanage that he left in 2015."

One 23-year old man can testify, in a court of law, or in a congressional hearing, on the bloody beatings, torture, medical experimentation, rapes in a child welfare institution in the name of God.

They would use a stick or an electric cord to hit you, wherever on your body," he said.

They would use prone restraints then put you in a 3 feet by 5 feet ceramic room, with an hole in the floor, for days, with the lights on, taunting over the intercom if you complained about being raped and beaten.

"Sometimes they would hit you and you'd bleed."

Sometimes they would hit him until he died, which happened multiple times.

 Lumos said it found evidence in the past two years that sexual abuse in orphanages occurs, saying such cases "rarely come to light."

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services does not maintain records on sexual abuse in foster care.

Even if such cases are reported and investigated, they rarely result in justice for victims, it said.

Even if such cases are reported and investigated, the U.S. Department of Justice nor the States Attorney General will lift a damn finger to take down these nefarious people in authority who have nefariously promulgated the reanimation of the peculiar institution.

(Ok, I am going to give my #Superfans a pass because I know you know, that I know you know, that I know.)

 The charity urged donors to redirect funds away from Haiti's orphanages.

I am flat out saying to shut the entire thing down by snatching the federal grants, putting the States child welfare systems in federal receivership, and prosecuting each and ever human who has intentionally benefitted from personal inurement of public office advocating for the U.S. system of human trafficking under the guise of child welfare.

 It suggested spending money instead on improving foster care and local adoption programs and helping families look after their children by funding schooling and housing projects.

I am stating that the people be made whole, compensated for the theft of their property and children.

 Lumos founder Rowling is author of the hugely popular Harry Potter fantasy book series.

Beverly Tran is on a mission...

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Shared Parenting Bill: They Forgot To Include The State Of Michigan

If you are going to promulgate a piece of legislation which promotes a presumptive joint custody doctrine in dealing with child custody and guardianship between parents, you must include the State of Michigan.

What about the State of Michigan's parental rights?
Michigan House Representative
Jim Runestad, Chairman of
House Judiciary Committee

What about Michigan Children's Institute?

What about Title IV-D funding, double-dipping fraud schemes?

What about legally defining and codifying the term "parent"?

What about termination of parental rights?

What about reinstatement of parental rights?

What about defining parental rights?

What about parents with disabilities?

What about incarcerated parents?

What about staggering sentences?

What about deportation of parents?

What about previously being charged with abuse and neglect cases, where many, many of these cases are based, waist deep, in the claim of moral turpitude for "failing to provide for the best interests of the child", otherwise known as having exclusive BRIDGE card carrying membership as "The Poors"?

If a parent is dependent upon the State of Michigan to provide for the necessary needs of the child, then the state is the de facto parent, and, as such, qualified to jump into any custody/guardianship case.

Image result for giggling girlOne cannot just allow legislation to cut into the State's privatization child welfare schemes.


Notice there is no fiscal analysis as of yet because they know, and they know well, that I am going to rip it apart.

Jim Runestad has been rolling in the mud of Michigan Child Welfare for as long as I have been, so all I can do is honor him for listening to the people, which is more than that thief, Michigan State Representative Rosemary Robinson, and her nefarious son have done.

Rose Mary Robinson voted in the Michigan House Judiciary Committee in opposition to this Bill, just to let you know.

Oops, did I just say all that? (snicker)

Required joint custody bill passes Michigan House panel

LANSING — Absent reports of domestic violence, judges would be required to award joint legal custody of children to divorcing parents under a bill that passed the House Judiciary Committee today.

With the standard of parenting changing dramatically over the past 40 years — from including same-sex marriage to an increasing number of people having children out of wedlock — reform is needed to remove discretion from judges in child custody cases, said state Rep. Jim Runestad, R-White Lake, who sponsored the legislation.

“We looked at county by county statistics on what happens in custody situations and what we found out is that the custody arrangements are not determined by the kind of parent that you are, but the judge in the county,” he said. “We have study after study of the benefits of shared parenting. It’s a tremendous benefit for the children.”

Linda Wright, of the National Parent's Organization in Michigan, earlier this month said she saw the ill effects of a single parent family when her husband died in 1998.

"While we can't protect our children from the loss of a parent resulting from death, we certainly have the ability and responsibility to do everything possible to prevent the loss of a parent that occurs through divorce," she said. "The children are innocenvictims here."

But the bill aroused a flood of opposition from judges, advocates against domestic violence, family court employees and the family law section of the State Bar of Michigan.

“This bill presumes that one form of custody is best for all families and that’s equal time,” said Rebecca Shiemke, of the Michigan Poverty Law program. “And that’s not necessarily true.”

Logistically, shared parenting time would make it difficult for some parents to find jobs, children could feel lost between two households and child support awards could become a bargaining chip for a parent who doesn’t want to pay a higher amount, she said.

“Some studies report that children complain that they don’t feel they have their own home in shared custody situations," Shiemke said. "We’re a much more mobile society now and with a focus on parents needing to work and have to split time with their children, it’s going to make it harder for parents to find work.”

And child support is based on the number of overnights the parent has with the child. The bill would require that no parent receive more than 200 overnights with their children in a year.

“That would reduce the child support burden that one parent would have to pay to the other,” Shiemke said.  “So a parent could get a lower child support obligation and then just not exercise their equal time.”

In testimony prepared for the committee, judges Kathleen Feeney and Brian Kirkham of the Michigan Judges Association said the bill puts the best interest of the child behind the interest of the parents.

"This presumption (of shared custody) disregards the actual facts as to which parent provides day-to-day support, maintenance and nurturing of the child and instead substitutes the mere presence of a parent," they wrote.

The provision that a judge must give substantial weight to the preference of the child also will force the child to publicly choose sides, they added, "and thrust the child into the middle of a contentious battle between their parents. The ensuing animosity and hurt feelings will linger well after the custody battle is over."

The bill would:
  • Require a judge to grant joint legal custody and substantially equal parenting time, unless there’s a preponderance of evidence of domestic violence in the family.
  • Prohibit a parent from moving more than 80 miles away from the other parent.
  • If a child is 16 or older, the child's preference on custody has to be given substantial weight by the judge.
After only two days of testimony earlier this month, the bill — HB 4691 — passed the committee Tuesday on a 6-3 party line vote with Republicans voting for it and Democrats opposing.  Runestad said a vote on the bill is not expected in the full House of Representatives before they adjourn for the summer later this week.

"I want to continue the dialogue with all the stakeholders so that nobody feels left out," he said.

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