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Couple took cash for 'loaning adopted girls to paedophiles'

This sort of story reported in the Daily Mail makes one wonder about the reliability of the assessment processes used by local authorities.

Whether there will be a serious case review or not is unclear. I think there should be some inquiry.


Jerry said…
Whether or not there will be a serious case review surrounding this is not known, I would say that the case its self leaves many more unanswered questions.

Were the children "forcefully" adopted? one big question we will never probably know?

Will the birth parents ever find out?

Why did these people be able to slip through a system enshrined in strict policy and procedures?

The biggest question that will need answering here is what will happen to the poor children.

More so what happens if these children decide to search for their birth parents when they are older, will the authorities prevent this tooth an nail in order to cover the horrendous act from the birth parents.

Could you imagine if it was your own children that this happened too, the forced adoption and the horrendous acts that followed. what would you do...............
moira said…
My adoption was not properly screened in the 70's. Both parents had emotional problems and the child psychiatrist described my adoption as a severely disturbed background. Father didnt want to adopt but social services didnt think it necessary to ask probing questions or do medical assessments or checks on their own childhoods.

The problem is if you are damaged by these adoptions then social services become involved in your own family.Even if you do well social services seem to enjoy being vindictive to people who have been in their system. They are very harsh. My solicitor said that ss said in a case that a woman fought against her getting her child back because she had been in care and they made the point their care isnt very good. Its all sick and so hypocritical. In some cases SS can be become persecutory like in mine and you have to have other profs tell them to leave you alone as "she is an excellent mother". They just pick on what they think are vulnerable targets. I hate them and thats sad to say about an organisation who frequently boast they support families and keep them together. its very rare I hear that happen.The support is absent or abysmal.

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