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Public Corruption-It’s our top priority among criminal investigations—and for good reason. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) website, “Public corruption poses a fundamental threat to our national security and way of life.” They state that it impacts everything from the security of borders and neighborhoods to the quality of things like schools, government services and even roads. Then they mention public corruption even impacts “verdicts handed down in courts.” They state that public corruption, costs Americans billions in tax dollars every year. The FBI is singularly situated to combat this corruption, with the skills and capabilities to run complex undercover operations and surveillance, but so far, in the case of family court corruption, the FBI is a no-show.
The statements above, which came from the FBI website, give Americans one big question. If the FBI is so qualified to combat family court corruption, as “to verdicts handed down incourts” suggests, why does the agency act as if the corruption problem doesn’t exist? With the power to combat corruption, it would seem only fitting that the FBI would actively investigate into the matter and take care of the corruption that goes on in family court.
Three major schemes, that are basically the same but target different groups of individuals, are perpetrated in family court by judges, attorneys, government agencies, and others in the system. The corruption schemes target parents who are divorcing, families with children under age 18, and the elderly/disabled population. There are many people in the three targeted groups, and since family court corruption has a ripple effect, many more are affected. Few people realize that the government has the power to ruin their lives through the legal system until they are stuck like a bug in the spiderweb of deceit.
The divorce regime involves divorcing parents, and usually targets the father. Children are forcibly separated from parents who are stripped of the care, custody, and companionship of their children without explanation. Family court judges and social workers, who usually work for government agencies, have almost unlimited power.
Child Protective Services (CPS) investigates reports of child abuse, and agency caseworkers decide when children should be placed in foster care. CPS has a long history of removing children from, often poor, homes for profit, under the guise of doing “what is best for the children.” Parents and children are victimized by the system that makes a profit for holding children longer and “bonuses” for not returning children. CPS is guilty of “legally kidnapping” children from good homes, and it’s guilty of not removing children from bad homes, including foster homes. The late Georgia State Senator Nancy Schaefer investigated CPS corruption in her state. Senator Schaefer said, “… I believe Child Protective Services nationwide has become corrupt and that the entire system is broken almost beyond repair.”