Orange County CPS Facilitates Molestation and ‘Disappearing’ Children
By Dave Hodges – BarbWire guest contributor
Former attorney, practicing psychotherapist and researcher, Susan Knowles, brought the case of Lexi Dillon to my attention in which the child’s mother brought sexual allegations against the father involving the girl. The evidence in support of the sexual abuse was overwhelming. However, Orange County CPS decided to take the child from the mother and give her to the alleged abuser of the child.
The judge in the case refused to allow any testimony in his courtroom from the experts who had examined young Lexi with regard to the sexual abuse charges. In fact, this judge threatened the professional licenses of the witnesses who appeared to testify in juvenile court on behalf of the child and the mother.
The local police have conducted two investigations into the matter and have concluded that there was sexual abuse committed against Lexi. However, the judge keeps returning the girl to the alleged abuser. Amazingly, Lexi Dillon has gone missing while under the jurisdiction of the Orange County CPS.
The police have asked the District Attorney’s office to file charges. The District Attorney has, to date, refused to deal with this travesty in a timely fashion. This is typical of children who disappear into the CPS system, nationwide. Yes, I mean disappear. Lexi is missing and there is a growing fear that the girl is being trafficked out of the country, although this fact remains unconfirmed because it was brought to my attention by a source who desired anonymity.
The worst part of this case is that nobody in an official capacity is doing anything about this. Here is the contact information for the District Attorney along with the statutes that local police want filed as criminal charges against the father.
The local police want these charges filed against the father, the same father who Orange County CPS is protecting. The Common Sense Show is requesting the public call or write the District Attorney and demand that these charges be filed and to also launch a criminal investigation into the conduct of the Orange County CPS.
For the complete story in the Lexi Dillon case, refer to Susan Knowles’ article on this horrific case.
Something is wrong in this country, terribly wrong. Many children are going missing from Child Protective Custody supervision, all across this country, with no record of what has happened to the thousands of missing children.
Oklahoma Tolerates “Missing Children”
In Oklahoma, Seventy-eight children went completely missing, last fall, with no explanation. The most frightening aspect of this development is that these children went missing while in custody of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS).
Even the Oklahoma media is asking questions. Millie Carpenter, who holds the position of DHS’s permanency and well-being program administrator, and her cohort Melissa Jones, a DHS program supervisor, insist that there is nothing wrong and their publicly funded agency has made absolutely no mistakes. No mistakes? There are 78 children, under their care who are missing! Nothing wrong?
Carpenter and Jones insist there is DHS accountability and that all 78 missing children should be considered to be runaways and that they have not been abducted. How would they know since the children are missing?
Please allow me to emphasize that these 78 children were under the custody and care of DHS at the time of their disappearance. If these children had disappeared while in the custody of their parents, wouldn’t there be hell to pay regarding parental accountability? Both the authorities and the media should be asking questions about supervision and agency accountability. When these children were not in their tax-supported bed at night, why was nothing done?
Presumably, many of these children were removed from their parents by Child Protective Services and placed in DHS custody because their parents were accused of neglect and/or abuse. Isn’t DHS responsible for room and board? Each child is required to be accounted for with regard to state allocations for food and housing! Therefore, can some responsible person of authority, connected to DHS, please explain to me why 78 missing person reports have not been filed? Why weren’t the police notified? If these children were removed from the parents’ home, then a court would have to be involved. As such, the courts should have been immediately notified when the children went missing because a court order was not being complied with.
If the missing 78 children in Oklahoma were just a case of gross dereliction of duty by officials such as DHS administrators Carpenter and Jones, then we could fire the incompetent personnel and hire better people who would protect the children. But the fact that these children were not even reported as missing is inexcusable.
How do I know that something is terribly wrong? Simple, I used to be a mental health counselor and these types of administrative procedures were part of my training. The facts connected to the handling of these missing children does not add up. If the three stooges are not running Oklahoma’s DHS, then there is something very criminal going on. And the fact that the authorities are not up in arms and conducting a criminal investigation is highly suspicious and suggests further complicity at some official level. There is very good reason to expect a much deeper level of criminal activity related to these children because it has happened before.
The Penn State Case
The Oklahoma DHS scandal is nothing new. Agency or corporate controlled sex rings are hidden in plain sight. They often receive legitimacy from various government agencies and top corporate entities. Here is an example of how the child sex rings are hidden in the plain light of day.
Jerry Sandusky’s “The Second Mile Foundation” was recognized as one of President Bush’s top “1000 Points of Light.” Interestingly, Marvin P. Bush was on the National Collegiate Athletic Association Board of Directors which helped make the selection. Former president, George H. W. “Pappy” Bush is no stranger to accusations of pedophilia as evidenced by the accompanying headline below this paragraph.
Court records show that former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky molested dozens, if not hundreds of children from at 1977 to 2011 when this animal was finally caught, convicted and sentenced.
Most Americans think that when Sandusky received a 30 to 60 year prison term after being found guilty on 45 counts of the sexual exploitation of minors that the case was closed; and that is what the child sex trafficking industry and their allies in the corporate controlled media would have the public believe.
In actuality, the Sandusky case was quickly concluded in order to prevent any investigation from going forth which would reveal the extent to which pedophilia, for fun and profit, have ensnared the rich and famous, powerful elite, both in this country and abroad.
Centre County Attorney, Ray Gricar, went missing while investigating the Sandusky child sex abuse ring.[/caption]
Records show that Sandusky should have been convicted of child molestation in 1999 when allegations against him were first made. This particular incident was investigated by local police and referred to Centre County’s District Attorney Ray Gricar, who refused to press charges despite the fact that the mother of the alleged victim had voicemail tapes and tape recordings of Sandusky and her son and their sexually explicit conversations. Friends of Gricar have said that he was frightened and was intimidated into not pressing charges despite overwhelming evidence. However, at a later time, Gricar developed some intestinal fortitude and reopened his investigation into Sandusky’s illicit conduct. Shortly thereafter, on his day off, Gricar went missing and his body has never been found. His laptop was found in a nearby creek, but none of the data could be retrieved according to the FBI investigative report. Gricar was declared legally dead in 2011 after the Sandusky scandal surfaced. The investigation of the apparent kidnapping and murder of Ray Gricar could politely be described as incomplete. Gricar’s fate is an all too common fate experienced by whistle blowers and investigators into the world-wide pedophile ring.
Former Georgia State Senator, Nancy Schaefer was an outspoken opponent of Child Protective Services (CPS). Schaefer authored an investigation in which, among other findings, revealed the following:
“…the separation of families is growing as a business because local governments have grown accustomed to having taxpayer dollars to balance their ever-expanding budgets.
The Adoption and the Safe Families Act, set in motion by President Bill Clinton, offered cash “bonuses” to the states for every child they adopted out of foster care. In order to receive the “adoption incentive bonuses” local child protective services need more children. They must have merchandise (children) that sell and you must have plenty of them so the buyer can choose. Some counties are known to give a $4,000 bonus for each child adopted and an additional $2,000 for a “special needs” child. And there is even more money when the child is returned to the estranged father. CPS employees work to keep the federal dollars flowing.
The National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect in 1998 reported that six times as many children died in foster care than in the general public and that once removed to official “safety,” these children are far more likely to suffer abuse, including sexual molestation than in the general population.
That according to the California Little Hoover Commission Report in 2003, 30% to 70% of the children in California group homes do not belong there and should not have been removed from their homes.
“…poor parents often times are targeted to lose their children because they do not have the where-with-all to hire lawyers and fight the system. Being poor does not mean you are not a good parent or that you do not love your child, or that your child should be removed and placed with strangers.”
In this document, Schaefer makes it clear that organizations, such as The Second Mile, procure their underage victims by making children wards of the State. CPS has unchecked legal authority to remove children, with or without cause. Subsequently, CPS and their partners, the corrupt juvenile court judges can place these children wherever they see fit (e.g. The Franklin House, Boys Town, Elm House, The Second Mile Foundation) where unimaginable horrors take place.
As most of us know, Nancy Schaefer and her husband Bruce were “suicided” in 2010, on the same day she was attempting to reach out to talk show host Alex Jones because she knew she was in deep trouble.
Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney
And of course, there is the omnipresent DynCorp child sex trafficking scandal. On March 11th, 2005, Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney grilled Secretary Rumsfeld and General Myers on the DynCorp child sex trafficking case. “Mr. Secretary, I watched President Bush deliver a moving speech at the United Nations in September 2003, in which he mentioned the crisis of the sex trade. The President called for the punishment of those involved in this horrible business. But at the very moment of that speech, DynCorp was exposed for having been involved in the buying and selling of young women and children. While all of this was going on, DynCorp kept the Pentagon contract to administer the smallpox and anthrax vaccines, and is now working on a plague vaccine through the Joint Vaccine Acquisition Program. Mr. Secretary, is it the policy of the U.S. Government to reward companies that traffic in women and little girls?” Rumsfeld fumbled around and blamed a single employee of DynCorp for these transgressions and DynCorp, at that time, continued to receive government contracts.
McKinney was subsequently driven from office. Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich is one of very few government officials in high office aside from Cynthia McKinney to demand answers on this issue. And what may you ask happened to Blagojevich? He was framed for trying to sell Obama’s senatorial seat in a story that made no sense. Does this tell us how high up the corruption goes?
Whether it is Lexi Dillion or the missing 78 Oklahoma children, these types of cases provide, the American people have an opportunity, with the facts that have come to light, to blow the lid off of this nationwide conspiracy once and for all. How many of these missing children are dead? How many were forced into child sex-slavery rings as is believed by many to be the case with Lexi Dillion? Or, as Oklahoma’s DHS claims, are these children simply “runaway” children? How many corrupt judges, district and county attorneys simply turn a blind eye to this holocaust despite being “officers of the court”?
America, we have an important decision to make. Are we going to press for answers? Will we demand that heads roll in places like Larimer County CO., Virginia, Orange County, CA., and in Oklahoma and subsequently demand an honest and thorough nationwide investigation headed by Congress, and Congress should appoint Cynthia McKinney and have her serve as the Child Sex Trafficking Czar in charge of the investigation. Meanwhile, where’s Lexi? Where are the missing 78 children? Where is Ray Gricar?
If we will not rise up as a nation to protect our children, our most precious asset, then we do not deserve to survive as a nation.
Dave Hodges is the Editor and Host of The Common Sense Show
First published at FreedomOutpost.com
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