Can somebody make an anonymous call to CPS stating false accusations of a mother on meth and abuses her babies. And an officer barges her way into the home and demands she not leaving until she talks to mother. Then officer says to mother are you on meth, do you hit your kids? Do you use a needle, show me your arms? The mother says no I know my rights I'm calling my lawyer, you can't question me till my lawyer gets here. Officer then says ok, then suddenly says if you don't show your arms I'm taking you in for abuse and neglect for a little pamper rub on inner thigh. Before the mother gets there the officer thoroughly examines children and touches their hair without parental consent. Arrests the mother takes her to jail goes back and takes the children and then wait with grandmother to take her youngest after school. All the meanwhile cos stands at the door with heads down didn't say a word at all. Can they get there kids back if they demand them and how? Everyone told them don't rock the boat now. Because mother and her two were tested positive for meth when other child didn't and grandmother was to be tested next day and wasn't. But took children anyways. How can she be helped? It's been a year and all over a phone call from a group who planned it. Only been two court day since and the first mother didn't make it cuz she had to get rushed to DR because of no circulation from handcuffs being to tight. Her finger would of been amputated if wasn't admitted when she did. And mother wad also 6-7 months pregnant. Help howXXX@XXXXXX.XXX
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