Brief History of DFACS We Need REFORM Now!

1989- DDA is a 4 Month Old Boy who lays dingy and dirty on the coroners table of Newton County, GA. DDA was removed from his biological parents due to previous abuse issues with other siblings and was placed in DFCS care on the day he was born.

1991-SW was adopted from El Salvador in 1989 only to be murdered by his adoptive father in 1991. There were no follow-up visits to the home. SW was killed for the insurance money.

1996-CM a 3 yr old little man who was murdered by his foster mother in Clayton County GA. CM was killed after being placed in this foster home 2 months earlier. CM is survived by his twin sister KM who was also beaten by the foster parents for wetting their pants.

1998- JM little man who was murdered by the foster mother cause of death shaken baby syndrome he…

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About gacoalition4childprotectionreform1

For the past 10 years I have been researching family law, constitutional law dealing with deprivation and DFCS/CPS. While I am not a lawyer, I am a special family rights law Advocate; advocating families who have been disrupted by the department of family and children services.
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6 Responses to Brief History of DFACS We Need REFORM Now!

  1. ronnie36ronnie511 says:

    Oh my God!Do DFCS/CPS not screen or do a back ground test on these people before they hand other people’s children into their murdering hands?Does this not phase the Government out or at least warrant investigations? This is ghastly to say the least!!!I think if a well read newspaper get hold of this information,it might stir up SOME kind of investigative action!!!In the meantime you must just carry on doing your work on this,SOMETIME SOMEONE is going to sit upright and take NOTE of all these going on’s!!!!Wishing you all the success in the world my friend!!!!!!


    • gacoalition4childprotectionreform1 says:

      I’m afraid not Nellie, and they will put children in with pedofiles also. I see it time and time again. Their services are deplorable. They don’t do what they are suppose to do in protecting these kids. This department is struggling at how to fix the system. I think it’s time for parents to stand up for once and tell them what to do.

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      • ronnie36ronnie511 says:

        I would truly consider taking all this statistics to a newspaper(that is not owned by the government)and get this under the majority’s attention!Can only work!!!OR at least get a response from the public!!!!


  2. gacoalition4childprotectionreform1 says:

    May be a good time to bring all of this up in the report I’m writing to send to Governor and Lt. Governor of our state. Time to get busy.

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