Tag: false allegations

corruption, foster care, law, money, murder
How much money do foster parents make per kid?

With the government shutdown going on and all because of budget issues…i decided to take a look into some numbers related to foster care.

Especially with the illegal immigrants who bring their children over, or send them unaccompanied…

That’s another issue. let’s look at our own country and what they pay foster parents.

The numbers are shocking.

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(to read original source click here. )

A kinship foster family qualifies to receive monthly financial reimbursements and health care assistance for each foster child in their care. .

HOW MUCH IS THE MONTHLY FINANCIAL REIMBURSEMENT?

Financial reimbursement, along with medical and dental coverage, will vary depending on the needs of the child or children. On average, foster families will receive around $675 per child per month.

(That’s about the same amount as one SSI check in Texas)

Then there’s a benefit called Permanency Care Assistance available to you to take permanent custody of the child or children in your care.

The PCA program provides monthly financial assistance up to $545 for each child until his or her 18th birthday, as long as the child remains in your care.

Additionally, you may receive up to $2,000 in reimbursement for activities (such as legal fees) related to reparing to take permanent custody of the child or children.
On any given day, there are nearly 438,000 children in foster care in the United States. In 2016, over 687,000 children spent time in U.S. foster care.

that’s alot of money the state is paying out to foster parents.

let’s do the math

in 2016 there were 687,000 kids in foster homes .. multiply that by 675$ the foster parents are paid for each one of those kids…

687,000 x 675 = $463,725,000.00 PER MONTH … that’s not counting insurance and benefits.

That means the state HAS TO MAKE A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF MONEY OFF EACH ONE OF THE KIDS JUST TO STAY IN BUSINESS.

Now im nobody but a layperson looking at math and common sense but what that tells me is that when a caseworker goes to a home, if they do not find that anything is amiss, there’s no profit in that. so i wonder how many findings of abuse or neglect are budget findings…

Any thoughts on this?

abuse, awareness, cps, families, family, foster parent, home, judicial system, kids, social services, social worker, social workers
10 Things To Remember If A Social Worker Comes To Your Home

1. Ask for the social workers business card. Have your attorney contact the worker on your behalf if the situation is hostile.

2. Find out the allegations before allowing the social worker access to your home or child.

3. Do not waive your rights to be protected from illegal search and seizures by allowing anyone in your home without a court order or warrant.
These rights are guaranteed under the 4th amendment of the US CONSTITUTION.

4. Insist on being present when your child is interviewed
by the social worker.

5. Tell the social worker you will call them after consulting an attorney. Then call an attorney.

6. Ignore intimidations. Social workers are trained bluffers.

7. Offer supportive evidence-
~A dr.’s statement after exam of child.
~References from individuals vouching for your good parenting.~Photos or home videos exhibiting happy healthy children.

8. Bring a tape recorder or credible witnesses to all meetings. Limit discussions to allegations and try not to tell past family events beyond what they already know.

What you say can and will be used against you.

9. Avoid potential situations likely to lead to cps investigations-
do not
~spank in public
~do not leave children home alone
~do not spank other people’s children.

10. Pray and elicit prayers and support of local church members.

“The Government’s interest in the welfare of children embraces not only protecting children from physical abuse but protecting childrens’ interest in the privacy and dignity of their homes and in the lawfully exercised authority of their parents.” Calabretta v. Floyd 189 F.3d (9th cir 1999)

accountability, Collin County, Texas, corruption, crime, lawsuits, RICO, system failure children
RICO Lawsuit Against County & District Clerks Association of Texas

FOTP Editor Files RICO Lawsuit Against County & District Clerks Association of Texas

federal Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) lawsuit in Sherman last week. Fussell is our editor for the six Collin County newspapers FOTP Group has planned. This lawsuit, filed in the Southern District of the federal district in Texas, includes several plaintiffs — including Fussell’s sister, who lives in Midlothian — who allege the County & District Clerks Association of Texas of committing fraud, racketeering, money laundering and a mountain-full of other crimes. The petition (see documents below) is intense reading material. It’s been redacted of plaintiffs names (seven in all) for publication, but it is public record in the court file system.
 Some excerpts:

 (emphasis added)

“…create a criminal enterprise under the misrepresentation of a Government Office, for the express intent to reclassify Plaintiffs as offenders, or abusers to meet a condition precedent for CDCAT to fraudulently qualify Plaintiffs’ family and children for CDCAT Multiple Employer Welfare Benefit Plan and Trust.”

“…entered into various Rule 11 agreements absent Plaintiffs’ consent, discussion, or agreement.  Plaintiffs are still unable to obtain a record or accounting of such Rule 11 agreements.  Said actions constitute a serious Breach of Fiduciary Duty, and Plaintiffs request this court to issue relief as allowed by law.”

“20.       Various District County Courts issued a “General Order, which is described as a standing order to protect property and children pending litigation of a divorce or child custody order. .. Included in the standing order is the following:

“No party to this lawsuit requested this order.  Rather, this order is a   standing order of the Collin County District Courts that applies in every divorce suit and every suit affecting the parent-child relationship filed in  Collin County.  The District Courts of Collin County have adopted this order because the parties and their children should be protected and their  property preserved with the lawsuit is pending before the court.”

21.       Defendants created the standing order which has the same effect as a Protective Order under Texas Family Code Section 85. The rules of procedure are significantly different for processing cases in which the parties are parties to a Protective Order verses processing a court case when the parties are free from such.

Readers and researchers will see one phrase used repeatedly, and the context of this is crucial to understanding  the entire case. Lisa Fussell is not just any editor of mine. Her father is the architect of an investment vehicle Collin County’s government implemented for themselves: a Multiple Employer Benefit Plan

“Said order, reduced to writing, will also include multiple clauses and contractual terms as necessary for Defendants to process the Divorce Decree as a contract which purports the parties agree to participate in Defendants’ Multiple Employer Benefit Plan. “

This is pretty powerful verbage too, as this gets to how the judiciary in Collin County (and probably all over the country) is basically one gigantic corporation:

Certain Plaintiffs represented themselves through the duration of their cases.  A significant amount of Defendants success depends on misrepresentation by association attorneys.  Absent this advantage, Defendants resort to wholly falsifying court documents or tampering with government documents.  Plaintiff, [redacted by publisher], had previously divorced in Collin and Grayson Counties.

Through the course of [redacted by publisher]’s present involvement with Defendants, CDCAT completely rewrote Plaintiffs previous Divorce Decrees, which were entered by the presiding judge after her ex-husband signed a 2002 waiver under the waiver provision.

Defendants fraudulently rewrote the orders as Agreed Orders moreover adding provisions into the order that enrolled [redacted by publisher]’s children so as to receive benefits from the Multiple Employer Benefit Plan.  Defendants not only added and rewrote the previous orders, but moreover forged [redacted by publisher]’s signatures, backdated clerk stamps and substituted Official Notary Statements.

So, what happens when one goes up against the “Corporation?”

“The Honorable Judge John Roach Jr. forewarned her of his intended retaliation a month before the DA filed the charges.”

“[Another plaintiff] was falsely imprisoned on a court order that was never set for hearing.”

“[Another] Plaintiff was indicted on a court order that was vaguely rendered that does not exist.”

A list of the generalities that are being alleged that the County & District Clerks Association of Texas committed:

  1. Abuse of Process
  2. Statutory Fraud
  3. Fraud of Nondisclosure
  4. Bad faith
  5. Defamation
  6. Malicious Prosecution
  7. Mail obstruction and unlawful mail opening
  8. Negligent Misrepresentation, and
  9. Conspiracy

 The plaintiffs filed suit against the County & District Clerks Association of Texas (CDCAT), which is “under the authority of the International Association of Clerks, Recorders, Election Officials and Treasurers (IACREAOT),” specifically alleging the following:

[Emphasis by The Ellis County Observer publisher]

–> Plaintiffs recently discovered check dispersing of substantial sums of money from the court Registry of certain court cases in which Plaintiffs’ children are designated in the Odyssey System as “Secured Parties”

–> Defendants further retaliated against Plaintiffs who unsuccessfully inquired about the registry checks utilizing various forms of intimidation which included abuse of power.  Plaintiff, contacted the presiding officer of the commissioner’s court, Keith Self, about the Registry disbursements in collin county that where discovered in the family law case. (See exhibit B).

Within five days, said Plaintiff was brought before the court in a disposition for the family law case, however,  the disposition was a unexplainable thrust on plaintiff mere days after his inquiry to Judge Self.  The family law councilor questioning him focused the “deposition”  to the subject of the inquiry to Commissioner Self.  A few examples are “have you been harmed in some way because of any money transferred in the Registry”, and “what do you think the checks you saw written in the Register mean to you?”

 Documents:
[Word Document | Click Here to Read, Download or Print | Federal Lawsuit vs. CDCAT]

[PDF | Click Here to Read, Download or Print | CDCAT Bylaws]

 See Also: Freedom of the Press Group Collin County https://www.facebook.com/pages/Freedom-of-the-Press-Group-Collin-County/187102218005916

See Also: FOTP Group Editor Re-Indicted http://www.elliscountyobserver.com/2011/06/09/1-of-my-editors-has-been-re-indicted-in-collin-county/

See Also: Brooke Muncie-Weltzer Bogus Kidnapping Arrest; McKinney Cops Cover-Up
http://www.elliscountyobserver.com/2011/05/09/collin-county-brooke-muncie-weltzer-didnt-kidnap-her-son/

See Also: ARC of Texas Process in Texas Courts System:
http://www.elliscountyobserver.com/2011/05/27/chart-arc-process-in-texas-court-system-does-ellis-county-work-this-way-too/

ARC Chart Below:

Program

1. Academy of Special Needs Planners

2. ARC (Non-Profit Corporation)

3. Municipal District

4. Court System

Players

1. Title IV-D (Attorney General)

2. DFPS

3. Judges

4. Bank of America and JP Morgan Bank

5. Psychologists / Home Study Experts

6. Special Needs Attorneys

7. Abusive Parent

8. Our Children

9. Protective Parent

10. Law Enforcement

 Process

1. The Court orders Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)

2. The Special Needs Attorney determines the wealth of the family

3.  One of the parent becomes the target of the courts, DFPS, and law enforcement

4. To obtain evidence the Court orders a psychological exam and a home study

5. The Court utilizes the evidence to build an adverse case against one parent

6. The build a stronger case DFPS testifies in Court about the TI’s drugs, abuse, mental instability

7. Judge removes conservatorship rights

8. Special Needs Attorney assumes temporary guardianship using the temporary guardianship form

9. Working in cooperation with DFPS and the ARC program – the children are labelled with special needs

10. A trust fund is established by the Special Needs Attorney vis-a-via the ARC

11. Bank of America and JP Morgan Bank then invests the money or borrow against assets

12. The trust fund is overseen by the municpal districts and the Title IV-D Office

Outcome $$

1. Pooled Trusts

2. Liens

2. Domestic and international 501C corporations

3. Retirement Funds

child welfare reform, foster care abuse, collin county, cps, domestic violence, education, family, foster care, government, healing, missing child, system failure
Collin County Father Talks to Its Almost Tuesday

I received an email from the Collin County father asking me to let you all know that they have a full feature film coming out, all proceeds go to their children in a trust fund.

He says they are still fighting to get them back thru the court system in Collin County Texas. They have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to fix this very flawed cps system.

He says, “We know we can not change what happened to our family. We hope we will be able to help other families in the future.”

With that in mind, “any other families from Collin County Texas that have been thrown into the Collin County CPS system, or who have beecn ordered to take parenting classes, domestic abuse classes, psycological examanations, anger management classes etc when found not guilty or ruled out for abuse, please contact Its Almost Tuesday.