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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

San Luis Obispo Corruption

Sept 2004

California: DSS worker sentenced for embezzlementAccording to sources, the DSS worker named in this article is the same one that lied claiming not to have received Dr. Baughman's report in support of returning Diane Booth's son Vincent to her. -LJM Sisters sentenced for embezzlement
By: Amy Jacobs Two Central Coast women are headed to jail for embezzling thousands of dollars from the Department of Social Services in San Luis Obispo County. Angela Sanchez and her sister, Loretta Solano, pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $14,000. Prosecutors say Sanchez, a former employee of the department, and her sister took the money over a four-year period. "Sanchez was in a position to help those that were in the most need of our help in her role at the department of social services," says prosecutor Steve Von Dohlen. "But she and her sister manipulated this vital system for their own personal benefit." Investigators found the money was deposited into the bank accounts of both Sanchez and Solano, and records show that a significant amount of money was taken out of the accounts at an ATM machine at the Chumash Casino. "Her indication was that she was withdrawing money there not for use as fruits from the crime but instead to establish a record for future tax reporting purposes," says Von Dohlen. "What implications that may have down the road remain to be seen." Judge Michael Duffy told the women they betrayed the public trust, which is something the court takes very seriously. He sentenced Sanchez to 270 days in jail, while her sister will spend 90 days in jail, and both women also received five years probation. The sisters will serve their jail time separately; Loretta Solano will report to jail on October 1, and Angela Sanchez will start her sentence on December 30.

Sunday, April 27, 2008


Well here you have it folks. M-O-N-E-Y. (cha -ching, cha-ching, cha-ching-cha-ching)

What drives CPS in San Luis Obispo to take children?

DOORS....and paper clip cuts....

The NEW "child abuse" of the future is DOORS and paper clips. That's right folks. CPS doesn't care about ABUSED or NEGLECTED children anymore. NO They care about DOORS. So don't damage your door. Never mind if your child is 16 and going through the normal "teenager" stage. CPS doesn't care. They don't even investigate before taking children. They don't check out the house or even the DOOR before taking your child. They don't interview the Mother. They only listen to spiteful ex-husbands who lie.


FALSE ACUSATIONS make up MOST of the calls to CPS. They don't care who's life they ruin. They go on "Witch hunts" and try to destroy you within your own community. You are just supposed to "take it" and follow their "CASE PLAN". It doesn't matter that they tramatized you by taking your child or that you are now being thought of as a "bad" parent because your kid was out of control. NOOOO It doesn't matter that you are now being talked about by your neighbors and other parents who send you nasty emails accusing you of being CRAZY. The school thinks you are bad too. You are ostrocized every where you go. You are placed into a central REGISTRY for Child abusers - EVEN THOUGH YOU DIDN'T ABUSE YOUR CHILD!

No one would believe you if you told them the "real" story. The TRUTH. You know why? CPS hides behind their "real mission". CPS is really "Child Punishment Services".

CPS manipulate everyone in the "system"; their little circle - all in the name of "child abuse" prevention. All under the disguise of "helping" children. What CPS REALLY does is downright scary. They alienate children from their parents. They turn the child against their parents. They make them a prisioner. They make them afraid. They screw them up in the head. OUR JAIL POPULATION MAKES UP 50-70% OF PREVIOUS FOSTER KIDS. Why is that?
CPS DOESN'T REALLY WANT THE ABUSED CHILDREN. No. They send them back to their abusive homes. What they really want is cute blond teenagers who are happy and well adjusted. They'll take them and screw them up - then MAYBE they'll send them home if they can't adopt them out and get TITLE IV FUNDS. Yup. that's right! State and Federal funds. Incentives for stealing YOUR child! Keep your children home people. HOME SCHOOL!



Do NOT damage your own DOOR to your own house. At least not here in San Luis Obispo. They take children away for this serious offense. To CPS in San Luis Obispo damaging doors is a CRIME that carrys a stiff bail of $100,000 fine. Jeez for that kind of money you can "almost" BUY" your own Social Worker!!

Now WALLS are ok. They haven't written a section in the Law yet that states you can't knock holes in your own wall. Just make sure the wall is not near the child's door because that could be constued as being too close to the door....oops I mean the child.

So remember

Got it?


Picture of door soon to be released.

Due to the "sexual content" on this DOOR viewers are advised to use "caution" when viewing as this is a "teenager's bedroom door" . This DOOR is NOT G-Rated. It is not recommended for those under the age 18.

CPS makes kids mentally unstable for PROFIT. They alienate them from good Mothers. They brainwash them. CPS steals kids for State and Federal funds. CPS kills children every year. Abolish CPS


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Saturday, April 26, 2008


CPS WILL GET REFORMED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Saturday, April 5, 2008



http://fightcps.com/pdf/TheCorruptBusinessOfChildProtectiveServices.pdf - State Legislator Speaks out agains CPS & corruption. GREAT!


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Definitions of Child Abuse and NeglectState Statutes Series
Author(s): Child Welfare Information Gateway
Year Published: 2007
Current through April 2007
You may wish to review this introductory text to better understand the information contained in your State's statute. To see how your State addresses this issue, visit the State Statutes Search.
Child abuse and neglect are defined by Federal and State laws. The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) is the Federal legislation that provides minimum standards that States must incorporate in their statutory definitions of child abuse and neglect. The CAPTA definition of "child abuse and neglect" refers to:
"Any recent act or failure to act on the part of a parent or caretaker, which results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse, or exploitation, or an act or failure to act which presents an imminent risk of serious harm"1
The CAPTA definition of "sexual abuse" includes:
"The employment, use, persuasion, inducement, enticement, or coercion of any child to engage in, or assist any other person to engage in, any sexually explicit conduct or simulation of such conduct for the purpose of producing a visual depiction of such conduct; or
The rape, and in cases of caretaker or interfamilial relationships, statutory rape, molestation, prostitution, or other form of sexual exploitation of children, or incest with children"2
Types of Abuse
All States, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands provide definitions of child abuse and neglect in statute. As applied to reporting statutes, these definitions determine the grounds for State intervention in the protection of a child's well-being.3 States recognize the different types of abuse in their definitions, including physical abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse. Some States also provide definitions in statute for parental substance abuse and/or for abandonment as child abuse.
Physical Abuse
Physical abuse is generally defined as "any nonaccidental physical injury to the child" and can include striking, kicking, burning, or biting the child, or any action that results in a physical impairment of the child. In approximately 36 States and American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, the definition of abuse also includes acts or circumstances that threaten the child with harm or create a substantial risk of harm to the child's health or welfare.4
Neglect is frequently defined in terms of deprivation of adequate food, clothing, shelter, medical care, or supervision. Approximately 21 States and American Samoa, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands include failure to educate the child as required by law in their definition of neglect.5 Seven States further define medical neglect as failing to provide any special medical treatment or mental health care needed by the child.6 In addition, four States define as medical neglect the withholding of medical treatment or nutrition from disabled infants with life-threatening conditions.7
Sexual Abuse/Exploitation
All States include sexual abuse in their definitions of child abuse. Some States refer in general terms to sexual abuse, while others specify various acts as sexual abuse. Sexual exploitation is an element of the definition of sexual abuse in most jurisdictions. Sexual exploitation includes allowing the child to engage in prostitution or in the production of child pornography.
Emotional Abuse
All States and territories except Georgia and Washington include emotional maltreatment as part of their definitions of abuse or neglect. Approximately 22 States, the District of Columbia, the Northern Mariana Islands, and Puerto Rico provide specific definitions of emotional abuse or mental injury to a child.8 Typical language used in these definitions is "injury to the psychological capacity or emotional stability of the child as evidenced by an observable or substantial change in behavior, emotional response, or cognition," or as evidenced by "anxiety, depression, withdrawal, or aggressive behavior."
Parental Substance Abuse
Parental substance abuse is an element of the definition of child abuse or neglect in some States.9 Circumstances that are considered abuse or neglect in some States include:
Prenatal exposure of a child to harm due to the mother's use of an illegal drug or other substance10
Manufacture of a controlled substance in the presence of a child or on the premises occupied by a child11
Allowing a child to be present where the chemicals or equipment for the manufacture of controlled substances are used or stored12
Selling, distributing, or giving drugs or alcohol to a child13
Use of a controlled substance by a caregiver that impairs the caregiver's ability to adequately care for the child14
Many States and territories now provide definitions for child abandonment in their reporting laws. Approximately 18 States and the District of Columbia include abandonment in their definition of abuse or neglect.15 Approximately 13 States, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands provide separate definitions for establishing abandonment.16 In general, it is considered abandonment of the child when the parent's identity or whereabouts are unknown, the child has been left by the parent in circumstances in which the child suffers serious harm, or the parent has failed to maintain contact with the child or to provide reasonable support for a specified period of time.
Standards for Reporting
The standards for what constitutes an abusive act vary among the States. Many States define abuse in terms of harm or threatened harm to a child's health or welfare. Other standards commonly seen include "acts or omissions," "recklessly fails or refuses to act," "willfully causes or permits," and "failure to provide." These standards guide mandatory reporters in deciding whether to make a report to child protective services.
Persons Responsible for the Child
In addition to defining acts or omissions that constitute child abuse or neglect, several States' statutes provide specific definitions of persons who can be reported to child protective services as perpetrators of abuse or neglect. These are persons who have some relationship or regular responsibility for the child. This generally includes parents, guardians, foster parents, relatives, or other caregivers responsible for the child's welfare.
A number of States provide exceptions in their reporting laws that exempt certain acts or omissions from their statutory definitions of child abuse and neglect. For instance, in 11 States and the District of Columbia, financial inability to provide for a child is exempted from the definition of neglect.17 In 14 States, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands, physical discipline of a child, as long as it is reasonable and causes no bodily injury to the child, is an exception to the definition of abuse.18
The CAPTA amendments of 1996 added new provisions specifying that nothing in the Act be construed as establishing a Federal requirement that a parent or legal guardian provide any medical service or treatment that is against the religious beliefs of the parent or legal guardian (42 U.S.C. § 5106i). At the State level, civil child abuse reporting laws may provide an exception to the definition of child abuse and neglect for parents who choose not to seek medical care for their children due to religious beliefs. Approximately 30 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Guam provide for such an exception.19 Three States specifically provide an exception for Christian Science treatment.20 However, 16 of the 30 States and Puerto Rico authorize the court to order medical treatment for the child when the child's condition warrants intervention.21 Five States require mandated reporters to report instances when a child is not receiving medical care so that an investigation can be made.22
To see how your State addresses this issue, visit the State Statutes Search.
To find information on all of the States and territories, view the complete printable PDF, Definitions of Child Abuse and Neglect: Summary of State Laws (PDF - 442 KB).
1 42 U.S.C.A. § 5106g(2) (West Supp. 1998). back2 42 U.S.C.A. § 5106g(4) (West Supp. 1998). back3 The term "child" means a person who has not attained age 18. back4 The States are Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. In addition, Arizona, Kansas, New Hampshire, Washington, and the District of Columbia address the issue of risk of harm in their definitions of neglect. back5 The word approximately is used to stress the fact that the States frequently amend their laws. This information is current only through April 2007. The States that define "failure to educate" as neglect include Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, West Virginia, and Wyoming. back6 Mississippi, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia. back7 Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, and Montana. back8 Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. back9 For a more complete discussion of this issue, see Child Welfare Information Gateway's Parental Drug Use as Child Abuse. back10 Arkansas, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. back11 Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington. back12 Arizona, New Mexico, and Washington. back13 Arkansas, Florida, Guam, Hawaii, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio, and Texas. back14 Kentucky, New York, Rhode Island, and Texas. back15 Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming. back16 Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Montana, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, and South Carolina. back17 Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. back18 Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, and Washington. back19 Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming. back20 Arizona, Connecticut, and Washington. back21 Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania. back22 Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Oklahoma. back
This publication is a product of the State Statutes Series prepared by Child Welfare Information Gateway. While every attempt has been made to be as complete as possible, additional information on these topics may be in other sections of a State's code as well as agency regulations, case law, and informal practices and procedures.


CPS VIOLATIONS - per attorney who suggests obtaining a Civil rights attorney and suing CPS!

· Welfare Institution Code 827 was violated

· NO Protective Custody warrant was ever filed before my daughter was removed from her school

· My daughter was removed because she didn’t want to see the therapist CPS arranged for her who was trying to get her to believe she was abused and neglected.

· CPS took my daughter without a warrant. This is a FEDERAL CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATION.

· The California State statues of ABUSE or NEGLECT do NOT apply in our case. My daughter was NOT in “imminent risk of serious bodily injury” at any time or when she was removed 30 days later.

· 14 Amendment Federal Laws were violated. Right to familial Association

· My daughter’s and my Confidentiality was breached by CPS when they faxed documents to my new physician without my consent.

· CPS is in Contempt of court for lying under oath

· CPS is in contempt for the fabrication of court documents; intentionally misleading the court.

· CPS Unlawfully kidnapped my daughter; I believe with the intent to profit

· CPS withheld information from the court; including the fact that I was too sick to attend hearings


Letter to State Legislator - My story

Dear State Legislator XXXXXXX (link to letter will be added soon),

I read your investigation of CPS with great interest because I myself am stuck in the democracy that destroys family's here in California. CPS is corrupt and they manipulate the entire "system" from Judges to attornies to therapists to foster parents to children to doctors. I have seen first hand each of these intricacies first hand.

I will tell this story "condensed" because I am sure you have had TONS of emails due to your investigation. GOD BLESS YOU!!

Here goes:
My daughter is (was) a normal 16 1/2 year old teenager. She is a little bit hyperactive (ADHD) but she's my pride and joy and is beautiful to me. She is my only child. I am Kathleen and I'm 44 years old. I've raised my daughter ALONE since "Jenny" was 7 months old. I had little or no child support from the Father who was in and out of our lives (mostly out). The Father always had a problem paying child support and would lie about his income and vowed never to pay the arrearages he owed. All he was ordered to pay was 275/mo for our daughter. He is very spiteful. We have had 2 custody battles. Each time I prevailed. Through the years I attempted to help the Father and even moved him onto my ranch and gave him a home. I hired him to work for my mini storage business; even moving him into my personal residence so that he would be a father to our daughter.

The thanks I get:

After the last custody battle the Father moved away (again) to Iowa. My daughter reached 16 and began to act like a teenager; normal issues and experimenting with alcohol. I never allowed alcohol in my home or allowed my daughter to run wild. I don't drink or use drugs. When my daughter began dating a boy I disapproved of she began skipping school for several months. I was very sick with anemia during this time, but I did my best to parent her during that time. One night my daughter and I were to go christmas shopping and a fight ensued. She kicked me and I had an asthma attack. I flung a rabbit cage her direction to fend her off and it apparantly hit her leg. She was out of control; calling me names and locking her bedroom door. It was the worst fight we had ever had. I lost it and I damaged her bedroom door and then left the house. My daughter called 911 and the following day the police arrested me and I had a 100,000 bail. I had to pay 10,000 for that door. A door to a house I paid for. I did not abuse my daughter. I feel bad about the fight and I even tried to call my daughter after I went shopping but the officer wouldn't let her answer the phone. The officer made a false report and contrived a story that included me running from the scene to avoid arrest, but this is completely false. After I bailed out I discoverred that CPS took my daughter. They returned her 3 days later and I thought that was the end of CPS.

A month later they took my daughter from my home for no reason and she is now in the system. The father has told CPS a bunch of lies about me because he's hoping he will gain custody of our daughter. I told the worker that I don't drink often and I don't do drugs but she told me I was lying. I was sent to Drug and alcohol and they determined I was not a drunk. I was taking pain medicine for my back and I had a prescription but I did not abuse my medicine. I have spina bifida. I am no longer taking this medicine because CPS lied to the court and made me appear to be a drug addict.

CPS has done alot of horrible things to me. They have faxed documents to doctors so they will ruin my medical file. I did not sign any medical release. The counselor had contact with the CPS worker and I did not authorize this either. The Drug and alcohol gave incorrect information to the Social worker and both my attorney's misrepresented my case before the Judge. I have tried to get a parent advocate but the only one works at my school and I am hoping she will help. It is doubtful because it sounds like she is speaking to the social workers. I basically have nowhere left to turn for help. The foster mother tells me and my daughter she is neglected.Nothing could be further from the truth and I believe she is brainwashing my daughter. My daughter has everything she could ever want and I've taken her all over the world. She had credit cards by the time she was 12 years old and is even a bit spoiled, The foster mother on the other hand sent her own children to live with their father so she supports my daughter living with her dad. She does not know our background or the fact that my ex was in our lives for 5 years before we moved to this county 2 years ago. Certainly if my daughter was neglected then both parents would be guilty. I'm sure she will tell the social worker her beliefs and the fact that she is paid over 2,000 per month to "babysit" my child would give her good cause to make this kind of a statement. I feel all of this is very damaging to my daughter who now tells me she is becoming "bullemic". Jenny is depressed because she's been held hostage for 3 months now with no end in sight. CPS is doing everything in their power to make me look bad. They are now going and interviewing people; my daughters friends, parents, etc and looking for dirt on me. I dont know anyone in this town and I haven't done anything wrong. If I discovered alcohol I reported it and called the parents. I was a responsible and concerned parent to my daughter and CPS is attempting to humiliate me and ruin my life. I have no where else to turn and I can't stay in this town after what they have done to me mentally and spiritually and my daugther wants to leave this county because she is traumatized by this experience. I am selling everything and I am walking away from our home. CPS did NOT have the right to destroy our lives. Will you please be a voice and help me because I have no where else to turn? Do you have any contacts or anyone who can help me with this situation?

These are the people who are doing this injustice to me and my daughter:

CPS MAIN NUMBER 805-781-1825 Leland Collins (president)Lindsey Buckingham (corrupt) not sure (call main #)Mark Hass (corrupt) 805-781-1801Current social worker - Louise Tobin 805-237-3181 (not sure about her but I think she's corrupt)Drug & Alcohol-Rebecca - 805-461-6038 (pretty sure she's going to twist things due to past report inaccuracies)Foster Mom (Jill) 805-461-9303 (or 466, not sure)There's alot more of this story but this is most of it. Please let me know if you would like to see documents of what they are doing. Please tell me what your role will be, if any, to reform CPS. There are MANY MANY people just like me screaming for some sort of reform. Our children are suffering at the hands of CPS. They are destroying families every single day.I know this is a money making venture for them but they need to realize what they are doing to our childen and their future. I have done nothing that I should be embarassed about. I did my best and I believe I did a good job raising my daughter. CPS had no right to take jenny. I have read the State Laws and she should not be where she is. I am low on money and on resources so please help me because my previious attorney is drafting up a document for me to release my parental rights.The prior attorney told me not to go to court on the day custody was given to the State of California.

GOD BLESS you for listening to my story and to the many others who have been victims of CPS. I would appreciate ANYTHING you could do for me. A phone call, a letter, anything. I love my daughter and I miss my best friend.

Sincerely yours,
Kathleen M. Dearinger
San Luis Obispo, CA:

websites: (pictures of me and my daughter and more information). I'm still working on my websites.