Sunday, February 4, 2018

Perkins Coie And The Emerging Industry Of Medicaid Fraud In Child Welfare, Trafficking Tiny Humans & Databases

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Once upon a time, about 10 years ago, there were a handful of brave attorneys who took on horrific foster care child torture cases on behalf of indigent parents whose children were legally kidnapped by Child Protective Services using ex parte warrants, the exact same ex parte FISA warrants being used in the FBI espionage scandal of today.

States, like Indiana and Washington were settling these foster care torture cases to the tunes of hundreds of millions of dollars.

I know what they did in Washington State, because I was working with Senator Pam Roach to stop the snatching of children into foster care on the grounds of "failure to provide for the necessary needs of the child" or rather, hailing from "The Poors" (always said with clinched teeth).

But one day, came the Savior, the law firm better recognized as "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) called Perkins Coie, to defend the States from having to change their child welfare fraud schemes.

Perkins Coie even, at one time, joined forces with Children's Rights, the same Children's Rights that sued multiple states and not one penny went to the children or the families of children who were legally kidnapped, raped, beaten, tortured and drugged as lab rats in foster care, or to those who survived and were adopted out to be "re-homed" (the fancy term for child trafficking), or those were ran away from foster care to save themselves from being raped, beaten, tortured and drugged as lab rats, or to those who aged out to live a life on the streets being victim to human trafficking networks, or even to the memories or families of the kids who were murdered or committed suicide in foster care.

So, as it seems, the "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) of Perkins Coie found an opportunity to not only be the Savior of the States from being sued for their trafficking of tiny humans, they also found a way to profit from the horrors of child poverty.

I would be completely disappointed if the "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) did anything less than to engage in profiteering from public dollars intended for children as they are the law firm of Hillary Clinton, et al., the queen mother of the modern architecture of child trafficking, through the Adoption and Safe Families Act.

Perkins Coie saw the opportunity to jump into the emerging industry of predictive modeling and it seems Arizona was one of their first success stories to profit from art of chattel ranching through technology.

Now comes a new opportunity to generate profit from the chattel of "The Poors" (always said with clinched teeth).

The "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) found the untapped market of legal billing to expedite the adoption process of selling tiny humans by billing, more than likely, Medicaid, or rather Medicaid fraud in child welfare, by representing foster families in concurrent planning (code for adoption) as they have deeply embedded themselves in the entire industry of child welfare.

The "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) seem to have embedded themselves all up in the child welfare industry, from CASA to DACA, education, and even child trafficking, but I digress and shall address this in another post as I begin to unveil another reason why #perkinscoiesucks, and it is strictly personal.

The article, below, may, or may not have any associations with the "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) in Indiana, but what I see, once again, are predictive modeling and the emerging industry of trafficking tiny humans for the privateers of the legal community which end up funding political campaigns.

This video was dedicated to the "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) of
Perkins Coie.

DCS consultant: Twice as many Hoosier kids out of home

A consultant hired by the state says Indiana has more than double the number of children in out-of-home care compared to the national average.

The consultant, Child Welfare Policy and Practice Group, was hired by Gov. Eric Holcomb to review the Department of Child Services after the resignation of former agency head Mary Beth Bonaventura. In her resignation letter in December, she accused Holcomb’s administration of service cuts that “all but ensure children will die.”

I was so moved upon the reading of her letter of resignation that I am posting it below as screenshots due to the locking of the document.

In short, under Governor Pence, the child welfare services, along with social services, were slashed during the formidable opioid crisis in Indiana.

During the campaign, political opertives were brought in to replace child welfare administrators, with no experience, whatsoever, in child welfare, slashing the budget to the point children were dying.

Not only were the deaths of children in care not being reported, lawsuits ensued against the state by parents, foster parents, and state contracted agencies.

Predictive modeling of human databases for tiny human
commoditiess to"reach their fullest potential",
in the "best interest of the child"
for a profitable return.
Now, the State of Indiana is brining in "private consultants" to continue privatizing child welfare, in the wake of new work mandated Medicaid policies, which will force more children into state care, billable to Medicaid.

The program is called "Gateway to Work" which creates a new layer of programs to bill to Medicaid., including placement of children in another layer of programs to bill Medicaid.

This program will be constructed from a collection of individual data, warehoused in a privatized database, modeled to predict one's outcome in life.

This is the next wave of human trafficking through privatization.

The contract Holcomb’s office signed with Child Welfare Policy and Practice Group runs from Jan. 2-June 21, 2018. Cost of the work will be capped at $146,630.

In a six-page initial progress report, the consultant sketched its plan for reviewing DCS. The work will include interviewing stakeholders such as children and families, foster parents, judges, law enforcement and caseworkers; examining outcomes and internal management data to assess how children are being served; and reviewing policies and case files.

Also, the consultant will shadow family case managers and supervisors in Allen, Clark, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh counties.

The consultant has begun interviewing personnel at DCS, including the incoming director, Terry Stigdon. Thus far the consultant has little to report, although officials said Thursday they found the state needs a better system for tracking cases of child abuse and neglect.
The number of children placed in foster care because their drug-addict parents can’t care for them has surged across the country. But the problem is particularly acute in a handful of states including Indiana.

Letter of resignation of Mary Beth Bonaventura, former Director of Indiana Department of Child Services.

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