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A sad story (Jonathan Phillips)

The link is to a story in the Daily Mail about how the system has now caused the destruction of a family.

It is important to understand how some social workers deliberately set out to upset parents in the hope of getting a reaction that they can then use against the parents in the courts. The unannounced visit is one trick used to upset mothers.

Still another baby for the government's adoption targets.

Comments

moira said…
I agree.Social workers have a plethora of dirty tactics they use to get what they want.If anyone thinks this is paranoid they should talk to family solcitors who deal with their tricks all of the time.

When social services came round with the police threatening to break down the door,I fought them all. I said you bitch you are taking my child.She gave a huge grin. I later realised its because she had got what she wanted. She made a whole case out of me losing my temper and saying I was volotile.In fact this is the first time I ever went for anyone. They did this illegally and are going to get held to account.

I really pity this solicitor as these social services staff really bully and abuse parents,as they know they have got your child,and if you say anything you can lose your child.Its a hideous abuse of power and parents have got nowhere to turn except a social services complaints system. Which is as dodgy as the present system and impossible to access.

I wish the judge would realise how stressful and awful it is to deal with a system that doesnt listen. The wife has depression yet is being made out to be seriously mentally ill.
This is another tactic they use.To exaggerate a mothers mental health problems until it doesnt resemble a treatable illness that gets better in time.

They are truly frightening and the courts need to be open to see how they are destroying families like this.The man has now lost his job.

It wouldnt surprise me to learn that the family had gone to social services for a bit of support or respite and SS have repaid trust and totally destroyed their lives in the process.

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