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The Department of Children and Families system is a contaminated horde of money and power hungry representatives, created and enabled by the defective government, and driven by their ravenous appetite for incentives such as bonuses, high level job placements, and job security.

They neglect concerning themselves with the repercussion of the actions they take against the innocent, and only make known what is vital to their success in the ever growing and competitive domain of CPS, DCF, HKI/aka ONE HOPE UNITED, and although there are people who work for these organizations, genuinely present for the well-being of the children and their families they are unfortunately just the minority in such a tainted and corrupt entity.

The severe misuse and abuse of their influence among unknowing families is evident, and in no way a figment of the imaginations of thousands of now burdened and broken households all across the state of Florida as well as the rest of the nation.

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Lakeland social worker accused of putting herself, 18-month-old in front of running semi-truck

Polk County Sheriff’s Office, May 7, 2021

POLK COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – A Lakeland social worker is facing charges of child abuse after deputies say she placed herself and a toddler in front of a running semi-truck.

According to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, 30-year-old Angel Button and her husband tried to pay a moving company with a certified check on Wednesday, but the company’s employees couldn’t accept it. Deputies say Button responded by placing herself in front of and underneath one of the wheels of the company’s running semi-truck with her 18-month-old child sitting in her lap.

Witnesses told deputies Button also pinched the toddler in order to make her cry, according to the sheriff’s office.

Once deputies were able to get Button from out under the semi-truck, the child was safely taken from her.

When deputies attempted to arrest Button, the sheriff’s office says she resisted and placed herself in front of the semi-truck again and yelled, “I’m not going anywhere.”

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She was arrested and taken the Polk County Jail where she is currently being held with no bond. She is facing charges of child abuse, resisting a law enforcement officer and disorderly conduct.

“Placing a child in danger is no way to end a civil disagreement. What was she thinking putting that baby in danger like that?” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a statement. “What this poor child experienced should make us all angry. This should have never happened.”

A news release from the sheriff’s office says Button told deputies she worked as a nurse for Lakeland Regional Health. But her husband told detectives she works for the medical group as a social worker, according to the news release.

Deputies say Button’s social media accounts indicate she graduated from Metropolitan State University in Denver, Colorado, with a “Child Welfare Scholar” degree.

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