Saturday, October 31, 2009

Sarah Kruzan: Sentenced to Life Without Parole at Age 16

Another reason why father's should not be alienated from their children.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Are you aware that the US Department of Justice ...

Are you aware that the US Department of Justice has investigated very, very few civil or Constitutional rights cases in almost ten years? A few police departments have been investigated for misconduct and the findings are almost identical as though no investigation was really done at all. These briefs may be found online if you Google…. “Recent Justice Department investigations.” What does this mean to you?
Over fifty solid, credible, American citizens have dared to speak-up about various injustices in this country. They have found their lives destroyed. The only avenue of recourse for us when we cannot receive help from local law enforcement is our US Department of Justice. When the Justice Department refuses to help us, we are left to suffer unbelievable cruelties, harassment, illegal wire taps and financial ruin.
This group consists several educators, a politician who was falsely arrested, a female veterinarian who was falsely arrested several times, several attorneys who were disbarred because they dared to represent unpopular cases, a millionaire developer who has been denied custody of his children because he challenged a police department, several government whistleblowers who paid with their jobs, media individuals who expressed unpopular opinions, and several law school graduates who were informed that they did not pass the bar but have been denied any opportunity to verify their scores.
This group crosses all cultural, ethnic, and racial lines. It is evenly divided between males and females. Please note that the children of these individuals are now being subjected to many atrocities. I have only scratched the surface about what is taking place in our lives. Fortunately, all accusations are verifiable and documented.
We are angry and disappointed that the Justice Department is not doing its job. We want to file a class action lawsuit demanding that DOJ open an investigation of some of the most notorious of these cases, compensation because the Department of Justice failed to protect our civil and Constitutional rights, and that they do the job that the taxpayers expect of them.
We are seeking an attorney who will file this lawsuit on a contingency basis with the knowledge that several of the plaintiffs have the ability and are willing to do all of the research and compile the complaint. Please call: (786) 991-9062 or e-mail: for more information.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


The Michigan Child Protection Law requires certain people to report their suspicions of child abuse or neglect to Child Protection Services at the Department of Human Services. These people are mandated reporters and have established relationships with children based on their profession. Mandated Reporters include:

Physician's assistant
Registered dental hygienist
Medical examiner
Licensed emergency medical care provider
Marriage and family therapist
Licensed professional counselor
Social worker
Licensed master's social worker
Licensed bachelor's social worker
Registered social service technician
Social service technician
School administrator
School counselor
Law enforcement officer
Member of the clergy
Regulated child care provider
Specific staff members of the Department of Human Services also have a legal mandate to report suspected child abuse or neglect. These staff members include:

Eligibility specialist
Family independence manager or specialist
Social services specialist
Social work specialist
Social work specialist manager
Welfare services specialist
When a mandated reporter suspects child abuse or neglect, he or she is required to make an immediate verbal report to DHS Child Protective Services and follow with a written report within 72 hours. Telling a supervisor, manager, or another employee does not fulfill the legal reporting requirement.

The Child Protection Law protects the identity of the person who makes the complaint unless the individual waives that right or the court orders the name to be released. Likewise, a person making a good faith report is protected from civil and criminal prosecution and cannot be penalized for making the report or cooperating with a CPS investigation.

The verbal report can be completed by calling toll free (800) 942-4357 or calling the local county DHS office's child protective services unit.

The individual who had contact with the child must complete the call and provide as much detail as possible about the following information:

The child's primary caretaker, including name and address.
Names and birth dates for all household members.
Birth dates and race of all members of the household.
Whether the alleged perpetrator lives with the child.
Address where the alleged abuse or neglect occurred.
What makes the person suspect the child is being abused or neglected.
The law also requires that a mandated reporter follow up with a written report by using DHS-3200 Form, Report of Actual or Suspected Child Abuse or Neglect.

If a mandated reporter is dissatisfied with the response by the CPS intake worker, he or she may contact the Mandated Reporter Hotline at (877) 277-2585.

Mandated Reporter's Resource Guide