"The State stole our children" - more forged documents
The linked story in the "Daily Mail" is good news in that the family were reunited. However, it includes the following:Some of Marianne's records, and those of the children, were falsified to make the case against her, according to a report prepared on the family by their London medical negligence lawyers, Leigh Day & Co.
These allegations are also being investigated by the police.
On dozens of pages, the dates were changed, with extra information written between lines or added which completely altered the sense of what was being said.
Some of Nickolas's development checks even had the letters P for Pass altered to F for Fail.
Significantly, the entire sense of a report saying that Marianne had comforted her eldest son after a fall was changed.
The word "not" was added in different writing at a later date so that it appeared she had ignored her son when he hurt himself.
Declaration for breach of human rights does not justify damages?http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,30589-2578441,00.html
The above is a case where procedures were not properly followed. It pales into insignificance compared to the more frequent abuses of procedure.
Dad who asked for childcare advice reported to social serviceshttp://www.theargus.co.uk/news/localnews/This is in Horsham.When Nick Windrum asked a teacher how old his child should be before he allowed him to play out unsupervised, he expected some friendly advice on childcare.
Instead he found himself having to defend his credentials as a single parent after being reported to social services.