Indiana's Shame Teardrops For Katelynn, The American Court Ordered Silencing Of The Abusing Of The American Children
A BROTHER'S TEARDROPS FOR KATELYNN
Sugar & Spice & Things NOT So NIce...
What would you do?
Sugar and spice and everything nice.
This is suppose to every little girls life.
What happens when life is not like that?
What if your life is filled with constant abuse by the people who suppose to protect you?
For little Katelynn of Indiana, her life is filled with this from a father, stepmother and father's family; everyone but her the relatives that love her have been deined the ability to see her.
What happens when the police will not stop this?
Than try Child Protection Service, but they will not stop this either.
The next thing to do is go to the court.
What would you do if the Child Protection Services and the court helped the abusers hurt her?
The media might work but they ignore majority of average people.
In this search for help, several politicians ignored or said stop bothering them.
If these people will not help little katelynn of Indiana than who will?
Will this little girl have to pay the ultimate price for these adults mistakes?
Now...., what WILL you do?!
This IS Indiana's Shame and these Words ARE Teardrops for Katelynn Of Indiana
Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation :: Breaking the Silence: Children's Stories Aired on PBS http://www.mkacf.org/BreakTheSilence.html
Breaking the Silence
Battered Women, Abused Children, and Child Custody: A NATIONAL CRISIS
JusticeForChildren Mother's Testimony from the Battered Mothers Custody Conference --
Petition for Justice for Katelynn:
Don't let these little abused children be abused in silence anymore, please.
Demand the children's truth!
Above all break through this silence for theses abused childrens sake!
No adults rights is greater than the right of the child to be safe!
"WE WILL REMEMBER NOT THE WORDS OF OUR ENEMIES,
THE SILENCE OF OUR FRIENDS WE SHALL NEVER FORGET"
ADAPTED FROM Martin Luther KIng Jr. SERMON
Posted on March 14, 2009 at 10:13pm
Speech by Former Georgia State Senator Nancy Schaefer
"What is happening in America regarding Children's Protective Services
is a Criminal Political phenomenon, and it must be brought to an end".
Tags: abuse, child, civil, constitutional, criminal, discrimination, domestic, equality, human, injustice
Posted on January 23, 2009 at 3:12am
Human Rights Court Say United States of America Didn’t help Battered Mother & Murdered Abused Children
..> IACHR-update; Jessica Gonzales v. U.S. - Favorable Admissibility Decision
Below is an email from Carrie Bettinger-Lopez, our co-counsel on Jessica Gonzales' case before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, with an update about recent developments.
Sandra Park, Staff Attorney
Women's Rights Project | American Civil Liberties… Continue
Posted on January 21, 2009 at 11:12pm
The Scandal in Our Own Backyard
http://www.vibrantn ation.com/ interviews/ 2008/08/26/ the-scandal- in-our-own- backyard/
The scandal in our own backyard by Talia Carner
Talia Carner, a novelist and an advocate for child victims of the legal system, is the author of Puppet Child, a legal drama about a mother trying to save her daughter from the legal system’s justice. Learn more by visiting her website, www.TaliaCarner. com.
“There is something bad… Continue
Posted on November 15, 2008 at 8:30pm
Center For Judicial Excellence Video "Our Children At Risk"
CJE Family Law Documentary
Family Court Crisis: Our Children at Risk
12-Minute Documentary Trailer Video
Tags: abuse, child, civil, contritutioinal, discrimination, domestic, human, rights, violence
Posted on November 15, 2008 at 8:27pm
F m i l y L a w : D is o r d e r i n t h e C o u r t s
By Helen Grieco, Rachel Allen and Jennifer Friedlin
The National Organization for Women (NOW) is the country's largest and longest running women's rights organization. NOW is committed to fighting discrimination against women and girls, and ensuring their equality in every aspect of society. NOW is structured in chapters, and California NOW (CA NOW) is the largest chapter in the country, with 100,000… Continue