How to Destroy a Family
To make matters much worse, if someone doesn't like you all they have to do is make ONE phone call to Child Protection Services and your families' life is ruined for the next 5 to 10 years.
And believe me, you'll feel like your life has ended... you're now the living dead. If you've been there you know what I'm talking about. I know what it's like to wake-up from a nightmare to a nightmare, and everything in life seems so wrong, and you just don't want to face another day of existence.
It is a nightmare when the thug State threatens to confiscate your children and place them into the hands of complete strangers—welfare minded incompetents, God-hating feminists, lesbian homosexuals, atheists, et cetera. The black woman (DCFS case worker) that came to our front door flashing a gold badge, looked like an escaped convict from prison, she talked with ghetto Ebonics, and weighed about 300 pounds.
So if you really hate someone and want to destroy them, likely for the rest of their life, then just call Child Protection Services on them. By the way, you'll answer to God for it too. Most of the alleged "abuses" reported to Child Protection Services are false. According to Oprah Winfrey and other sickos, it is "abuse" to physically spank a child. So if you love your child and spank him when he does wrong, the State may remove him from you permanently! YOUR CHILD / CHILDREN WILL BE REMOVED FROM YOU AND PUT IN A STATE HOME UNTIL PLACED INTO LONG TERM FOSTER CARE BY COMPLETE STRANGERS.
How people have used The Department of Children and Families and Child Protective Services for revenge.
1. False allegations of child abuse. (spanking the child, hitting the child, putting the child in time out, pulling the child's hair or smacking the child.)
2. False allegations of sexual abuse. (child molestation, performing sexual acts, subjecting child to adult videos or speaking to the child in an adult fashion about sexual things)
3. False allegations of being an unfit parent. (leaves child alone, does not care for child, lets child stay out at late hours )
4. False allegations of drug use within a house hold where a child resides. (smoking pot, cocaine use, crystal meth., consuming pills not prescribed to them)
5. False allegations of domestic violence in the home. (against the child, both parents, roommates, family members)
6. False allegations of no food or utility services within the home for the child. (electric, running water)
7. False allegations of unsafe or dirty household where the children live. (dirty floors, trash laying around, bugs, unclean animals living within the home)
8. False allegations of child neglect. (Any claim can be used, anything someone claims they will investigate)
Who would make a false report to the department of children and families hotline as a form of payback or revenge?
1. Parents going through a divorce to gain leverage in court for child custody.
2. Family members
3. Friends whom you have had any type of altercations with.
4. A neighbor you have had issues or disagreement with.
5. Jeoulus EX partners (Both fathers and mothers)
Things to consider:
When a murder has been committed, there is a body left behind. In a robbery, there are stolen items that can be used as evidence. However, when allegations of child abuse are false, there may be no physical evidence left behind. You must prove that something that did not happen did not happen.
However, even normally occurring physical "evidence" such as the bumps, scrapes, and bruises children get during the normal course of play, or even the redness of a rash, can be misread, misinterpreted, and later misrepresented.
Compounding the problem is the fact that reports of child abuse can be made anonymously. Even when the name of the reporter is known, however, the Department cannot tell you who filed the report.
To their detriment, in an effort to prove their innocence to the Department of Children and Families, formerly known as the Department of Social Services, some clients have been negligent when speaking with the Department’s 51B investigator, truly believing that if they are completely open and honest, the Department will realize that the accusations are ridiculous. Instead, they find that their attempts at openness and honesty have backfired.
Case: When asked about her drinking, Mother being questioned by a DCF worker confessed that when she was in college some 20+ years before, she occasionally drank to get "faced." The social worker represented that Mother currently had a drinking problem.
Case: Mother revealed a great deal of information about her marriages to the 51B investigator. She divorced her first husband because he was physically abusive. The social worker mixed the two marriages and referred the second husband to a batterer's program.
Many 51B investigators take very few notes, yet produce extremely detailed 51B reports which include long quotations. We have seen more than one instance where information in the 51B report has been misinterpreted, garbled, and/or utterly falsified.
Case: A deeply troubled teenager, who had been in a residential placement with other troubled teenagers, told social workers that her grandfather molested her. She also told social workers that she had had a baby (easily verifiable as false).
The 51B investigator called grandfather, who worked nights and was sleeping when the investigator called.
The 51B investigator wrote in her 51B report that grandfather immediately said, "Oh, my God, I didn't do it." What neither grandfather nor the 51B investigator realized was that because it had taken grandfather so long to answer the phone, his answering machine picked up, and the entire conversation was recorded.
The answering machine recording revealed that the 51B investigator told grandfather there were "allegations" made but refused to tell him what they were when he asked, "Can I come over?" Grandfather kept asking, "Is this a joke?" God was not mentioned anywhere on the answering machine tape.
The Florida Department of Children and Families, formerly known as the Florida Department of Social Services is obligated to make a referral to the District Attorney when serious injury occurs. However, DCF can and does make "discretionary" referrals to the District Attorney's office.
Case: A school was told by a child (with a history of telling lies) with a mark on her face that her mother had kicked her in the face with a shod foot. The school called the Florida Department of Children and Families, formerly known as the Florida Department of Social Services, which immediately referred the matter to the District Attorney because of the child's claim. When the Department interviewed the child some 36 hours later, the child had a mark significantly smaller than what the school had claimed, and the Department acknowledged that the mark could have been a rug burn. Nevertheless, mother had to endure several criminal hearings, a fair hearing, and eventually a hearing in Superior Court, where the judge issued his decision in Mother's favor from the bench.
It is for this reason that we recommend that you:
Some social workers bring their own issues into every investigation. We know of one out-of-state investigator who had been sexually abused as a child and found an inordinate amount of sexual abuse in her cases, even when none had been alleged.
How could people do this to another person and legally get away with it? Let's Explain..
False Reporting Guidelines - (As long as your telling what you BELIEVE to be the truth.. you wouldn't lie would you?)
Anyone reporting in good faith shall be immune from any civil or criminal liability. Any person who knowingly and willfully makes a false report or counsels another to make a false report is guilty of a felony of the third degree punishable by up to five years in prison. In addition, the department may impose a fine not to exceed $10,000 for each violation. Each time that a false report is made constitutes a separate violation. A false report is a report of child abuse, neglect or abandonment or adult abuse, neglect or exploitation that is made to the central abuse hotline which is not true and is maliciously made for the purpose of:
Section 39.205, Florida Statutes (F.S.) states what the department has to do concerning false reporting for children and Section 415.111, F.S. addresses with false reporting for adults.
"One reason why few people are arrested for making false claims of child abuse is that those in authority just don’t take the problem serious enough. They don’t even take it seriously when one man has had twelve false reports filed against him, apparently all by the same person."
"Ignorance is bliss"
Florida Abuse Hotline: 1-800-962-2873
Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD): 1-800-453-5145
About the Florida Abuse Hotline
The Florida Abuse Hotline serves as the central reporting center for allegations of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation for all children and vulnerable adults in Florida.
The Hotline receives calls, faxes, and web based reports from citizens and professionals with concerns of abuse, neglect, or exploitation on children and vulnerable adults in Florida.
The Hotline assesses the information provided by the caller and determines if the information provided meets statutory criteria for the Department of Children and Families to conduct an investigation.
The Hotline’s vision is:
"To help protect children and vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect, abandonment, and exploitation."
In order to achieve this vision, the Hotline focuses on four major tasks every day. Those tasks are referred to as "Triple A, C" and are summarized as "Accessibility, Assessment, Accuracy, and Customer Service."
How To Destroy a Family By Department of Children & Families