August 14, 2003
The Danger of Being
In these perilous times, it has become dangerous to be
around children. How so, you ask? It is no secret the adage that the way
to destroy a nation from within is to divide and conquer it. The most
basic of all components within America is that of the family
unit. If the family unit can be disrupted and shattered,
the internal collapse of America will be assured.
Has anyone taken notice of the massive disruption and
attack on the family unit lately? And when it happens, most everyone feels
totally helpless and hopeless because these acts are done with the backing
of the courts, the judges of which enjoy total immunity for whatever they
Even the mere spat on the rear of a disorderly
child can bring on a monumental nightmare where you stand to not only lose
the possession of that child, but of all your children. Imagine this true to
life incident where a mother was standing in a bank line awaiting a window. Her
little boy was misbehaving and ignoring her words of admonition. Finally, she
grabbed her boys arm and swatted him on the rear and told him to behave.
Unbeknownst to her, someone who was in the bank called the authorities, and
before this woman finished her transaction and got out of the bank, the
authorities arrived at the bank to relive her of her child. Hardly anything
could be more frustrating to a loving mother who could not have imagined such a
thing in America. But this is how America has become.
The theory is that government knows better
than parents on rearing children, and government will often
quickly wisk children out from the parent's possession on a
whim "for their safety." They are then often placed in the hands of
perfect strangers, where it is has be estimated that they are eleven
times more apt to be abused or raped than at their own home.
Children have now become a marketable commodity of
financial gain for the states, with your federal tax dollars being
channeled back to the states on a "per child" basis for placement into
foster homes. The more children placed, the more revenue directed into
the state's coffers. I have heard of figures like $25,000 per child per year
from the federal government. This greed for revenue has thus created a
government hunger for little children with a slightly different motive than that
of child molesters.
These are days when anyone who either has a child, or
works with children, are in grave danger of being made a target. Witness the
edited testimony of Tamela below. Our point is that it is only by and through
the judges that these things are happening in our country, and it is only
by a through the passage of J.A.I.L. we will obtain the
remedy. -Ron Branson.
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Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2003 8:23 AM
Subject: CPS-my story
Two days later the CPS (Child Protection Services) called
me and told me I had injured a child. I told her no
one was injured here, and that I thought she had made a mistake. She
said no, this child was injured by me. So we went in to talk to her. We
were there less then five minutes and she said she was going to substantiate
I have done in-home daycare for 18 years. I've never been accused of
anything. Clean record. I have four children of my own and been
married for 20 years. I am 39 years old. My husband is an Eagle
Scout as is my two older sons, and the younger one is almost there. I
volunteer a lot of my time in Boy Scouts because I have three
boys. We attend church at least twice a week.
I'm licensed to operate a daycare. I'm also an EMT and teach First
Aid, CPR., etc. I volunteer my time to be an EMT, and to teach others
about First Aid and CPR. We had just put in adoption papers and were
going to take foster parenting classes in Oct., but of course, all that has
On New Years eve my husband and I cared for 9 children. It was just
a New Years sleep over. Sounds innocent enough, but one of the children
accused me of grabbing him and causing bruising to his upper arms. It never
happened, nor did I have this child in my care before.
Without even talking to any of the other children or
the adults that were present, two days later a detective called me and we
had to retain a lawyer, and we went in and talked with her. Two months
later she walked the file over to the prosecutors office. The prosecutor
also never talked to the other children that were there that
night, or any of the daycare parents. Before I knew it, I had to come up
with a huge bond, or go to jail.
That was $12,000.00 ago, with legal fees still
climbing. I have installed video surveillance cameras for my
protection, but its now too late! My trial is set for next month.
I'm dumbfounded that this could possibly happen to me. My friends,
relatives, everyone that knows me, says it'll be ok, that they can't possibly
win. That was eight months ago, and my legal nightmare is still going on
racking up legal fees while I am awaiting trial.
Is this our legal system? What recourse does
anyone have from this. Bankruptcy was never an option to us, but
the bills are still stacking up because of my having to hire an attorney,
and him hiring investigators and forensic experts.
We are in shock as a family. Is there any recourse, or
is there anyone else out there this has happened to? I have always in
the past supported CPS, but I'm not sure what to think now, or what to
do. I'm hurt that such a person as myself, who dearly loves
children, and who loves helping others, could go through
something so degrading and hurtful as this.
I was taught to be compassionate and to love others, to
help them whenever you can, but now I'm scared to help others. Look what I'm
going through now for just trying to be helpful, This has affected my
entire family, and our lives. The sad thing is, my nightmare is not over
sure if there are others out there going through such a situation like mine,
but my heart goes out to them.
"..it does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an
irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds.." - Samuel
"There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who
striking at the
-- Henry David Thoreau <><