Online Petition Launched to Stop Child Protective Services From Unlawfully Abducting Children

Online Petition Launched to Stop Child Protective Services From Unlawfully Abducting Children

by October 7, 2018

A new online petition has been launched by an African American activist named Cecelia Evertez from Newton, Connecticut. Her petition is a plea for justice for the many heartbroken families that have experienced the heart wrenching battle of unjustly losing their children to Child Protective Services.

Statistically, African American children are most affected by this issue, and Cecelia’s issue is that Child Protective Services should not be allowed to submit allegations to the Courts unless backed by documented proof. Cecelia comments, “Child Protective Services will lie and alter records for their own self-interest, and not in the best interest of the child.”

To prove her point of view, Cecelia recommends reading the following books:
* The Emperor’s New Clothes by Margaret Holbrook
* Fighting CPS by Deborah K. Frontiera
* Legally Kidnapped by Carlos Morales
* Child Protection – Abduction Services: The Modern Mafia by Dr. Eric Keffer, D.D.

YouTube, Facebook, Amazon and others have shed light on the stories of parents and grandparents losing their children. However, the general public mostly remains unaware of this dark side of Child Protective Services (CPS), Department of Children & Families (DCF) or its various other names.

Cecelia continues, “The public is warned about products and services that are questionable because they may cause harm. We are warned about ISIS, about massive fires and floods, and now my goal is to warn families about Child Protective Services – in order to protect families around the country.”

All are encouraged to sign the online petition via the following link:
https://petitions.moveon.org/sign/reform-child-protective.fb49

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