The Wayne County Juvenile Court, the infamous Lincoln Hall of Justice, is changing its policies. Isn't that sweet. It is now saying "judge" must sign the orders for removal of a child.
I am quite sure Kelly Ramsey, Referee and Board Member of Child's Hope over there at University of Michigan Dearborn, who was removed from the bench and put behind the desk in the capacity of head honcha, far away from the purview of the public, is pretty pissed right now as she was the lead person who encouraged rubber stamping of judges and even referees.
What I find as a gross morbidity of child abuse propaganda is the entire concept of judicial oversight. People have forgotten who was the top dog in Michigan of the courts. Maura Corrigan. And where is Maura now? Girlfriend did a lateral shift right over to the Michigan Department of Human Services to do damage control of the gross morbidity of child abuse propaganda which allows and encourages Medicaid fraud in child welfare. Brilliant.
The grossest morbidity of all is found in the minds of the people who have not even considered what has happened to the children and original parents who have been victim to rubber stamping and generation of false reports to the courts. Considering the fact the it is only in Wayne County that the Attorney General prosecutes these cases, you would think they would know better than to allow rubber stamping to go on in the court.
Then, you know the Michigan Attorney General went on to fight these rubber stamps all the way up to the Supreme Court where Maura "Cash Cow" Corrigan presided over these cases. You really do not have to guess how she ruled because most of them never saw the light of day.
The results of rubber stamping are termination of parental rights and Medicaid fraud. The gross morbidity is that nothing will happen to anyone except the children.
I encourage everyone to contact Referee Kelly Ramsey and thank her for her dedicated work in promoting the gross morbidity of child abuse propaganda.... and make sure you tell her beverlytran.com sent you.
Kelly... I'm on a mission...
The Action News Investigators broke the story about how Wayne County Juvenile Court rubber stamps orders that allow the state to take kids from parents. Now, the court is changing the policy so that a judge must sign the order before a child is taken away. The change came just one day after the highly-publicized Maryanne Godboldo case in which a judge scofffed at the order used to remove her child. LK: http://legallykidnapped.blogspot.com/#ixzz1WvIcVoze