Should These Nazi-Naming Parents Have Lost Custody of Their Baby?

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Should These Nazi-Naming Parents Have Lost Custody of Their Baby?
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Tue, 11-29-2011 - 10:31am

Should These Nazi-Naming Parents Have Lost Custody of Their Baby?

You know how we all agreed we weren’t going to judge another parent until we’d driven a mile in her minivan? Well, I pretty much crapped out of the deal back in 2009 when I read about Heath and Deborah Campbell, the New Jersey couple who’d decided to legally change their son’s name to Adolf Hitler....

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Registered: 06-06-2000
Wow, that is a great program! I had none of those problems, just had no clue when I had my son at 21 and would have loved a coach! I'm so glad she has had the opportunity to become a good parent, and I hope that programs like that become more wide-spread. It sounds wonderful!
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Registered: 11-13-2009

I don't get all worked up over " what ifs" and "what could be's". I don't believe for a second that my gov't would sterilize my sister.


 

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Registered: 06-10-2001
As a former foster parent it does not surprise me that the children have been in the system almost 2 years. There could be many reasons for this, such as: the parents not cooperating with the government agencies, parents not working their program, the government agencies creating many hoops for the parents to jump through to prove they are *fit* parents, the government agencies legally kidnapping these children(yes it happens) to *save them* from an abusive home. CPS does set the parents up to fail. In my situation, I had a child who was taken from her father on a domestic violence charge. Dad and gf got into a fight and gf called the cops. Both had kids in the home and all were taken into custody. I had been called to take the 2 younger girls(gf's kids) in but couldn't due to their ages and my job. I was later called about the older girl(dad's). I had her almost 2 years while they battled it out in court. During that time CPS kept creating more obstacles for Dad. Dad had a drug problem but was never abusive to his daughter. Dad was made out to be this violent monster by CPS to me and I was not able to meet him for some time. Once I did meet him I became aware that he was not a *monster* but a father being denied his child. Instead of working his program he tried to fight it in court. This was not how CPS works and created road blocks at each step. When he finally started to play their game, it was too bad/so sad we are taking your child for good and terminated his parental rights. I was going to adopt this girl as she had been with me all that time. I met with an adoptions worker, (government agent) and was deemed unfit to parent this child. I was unfit because I was a single parent working full time. This was the reason I had heard when the child was removed from my home. Funny, I was fit for the 20+ months she was in foster care to parent her as a single parent working full time yet not as an adoptive parent. BTW, this was NOT what was reported to the courts at the father's termination hearing as to why the child had been moved. This young lady was taken from me on Dec 1, 2004. The last time I saw her was on Dec 23, 2004 when she told me they(CPS/the courts) had taken her dad away from her. CPS is not premitted to discuss the case as it is a breach of confidentiality.

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