The State of Utah is buying federal dollars with the blood of our children

The State of Utah is buying federal dollars with the blood of our children

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Throughout America, an average of 3,000 children a day are stolen from their homes and placed in foster care to fuel a multi-billion dollar money-making machine. Utah’s system is typical, and provides a case study in both the tactics of the government and how individual citizens can defend themselves and their families. To you, your children are your life. To the thousands of caseworkers, supervisors, therapists, judges, and doctors whose salaries are paid by this machine, your children represent job security. Fresh meat. Despite what they may have told you, your case is not a weird exception. They’re doing this to everyone.

Do you have a group of parents who are fighting with DCFS? To schedule an informational seminar on how you can protect your family from child welfare tactics, please contact Michael Humiston at:

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435-654-1152

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P.O. Box 486, Heber City, Utah84032

 

The federal government pays the State of Utah at least $25,000 for each child the State can remove from its family and place in foster care. The more children the State can take, the more federal money its child "welfare" system can rake in. Each year, hundreds of families throughout Utah fall prey to the Gestapo tactics of the Division of Child and Family Services.

What can families do to protect themselves?  What can be done to reign in a child welfare system run amok?

On March 5, 1999, several Utah families who have been victimized by Utah's child welfare system, commenced a federal class action against the attorney general of Utah and others, seeking $500 million in damages, the estimated amount of federal money Utah's Department of Human Services has been rewarded over the last five years for removing enough children from their homes. (Recent information suggests that the actual amount of federal money received during this period could be as high as $3 billion.) Most importantly, the lawsuit challenges the unconstitutional statutes that make these abuses possible.

This class action is brought on behalf of all Utah families who have been victims of DCFS practices. Click here for more information on how to join (or be excluded from) the lawsuit. You may also contact Michael Humiston at the following. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. -- Postal Address:

P.O. Box 486, Heber City, Utah 84032

-- Telephone:. 435-654-1152

 

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