Controversial Tennessee DCS child removal policy

"We can't leave children in certain situations," said the judge.

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fwiwfwiw - 11/2/2013 9:25 AM
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Yeah, I've known children removed when a DCS or CPS worker lied to a judge and said a door was inaccessible, yet a case closed though a parent had left a broken bone untreated.

mcsqrd - 11/1/2013 9:27 PM
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This is BAD. They are setting us up for further government infiltration into our lives. I want to protect children but where does their "authority" stop? "You spanked your son? We are taking him" "You wouldn't let your daughter have ice cream for dinner? We are taking her". Who gets to decide?
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