The SS are now going after healthy children, from healthy parents for the sole purpose of adoption. They are no longer targeting children from problem families, after all, who wants a child from a drug addicted, alcoholic mother and father. If you are dealing with social workers, remember this, they are public servants and are there to serve us. They have no power or authority unless you give it to them. Ask them if you have granted them authority and permission to be in your affairs, If you have, you can remove it at any time.
When dealing with social services and social workers, make sure you have everything in writing, do not rely on verbal agreements, THEY WILL LIE, and say that they did not agree to to what you are claiming. Where ever possible, record all conversations. If you have a smart phone, most of them have the ability to record. Take a witness and ask them to write down key points.
The first thing they will do is attempt to seperate you and a partner, telling you to leave them if you want to keep your child. This is so they can pit you against each other, they divide and conquer. If the SS are claiming there is significant harm, they will get you to blame each other, they will then say, one of you did it and the other failed to protect. IF YOU HAVE NOT HARMED YOUR CHILD, DO NOT ADMIT TO DOING OR KNOWING ANYTHING.
SS will tell you that if you admit it, they will work with you, they won’t, you have now given them the evidence they need to remove your child. When questioned give just 3 answers, yes, no, don’t know. DO NOT TRY TO FIND A REASON, TIME, PLACE OR EVENT THAT MIGHT EXPLAIN HOW YOUR CHILD WAS INJURED. The more you try to explain and give reasons as to why your child might have an injury, the more you give the SS to twist and use against you. If none of you did it and neither of you know what happened, then case closed.
- Social workers are weighing in and taking away children from parents (blacklistednews.com)
- Couple with learning difficulties fight to stop daughter being put into care 150 miles away (mirror.co.uk)