Monday, April 11, 2011

Stormtroopers and Child-Snatchers (Update, April 14)

The Nanny State Goes to War: Paramilitary Police lay siege to Maryanne Goldbodo's Detroit Home.

Ariana Goldboldo, a mentally handicapped 13-year-old, was abducted from her home at gunpoint on March 24. Her captors have systematically poisoned her through injections of a dangerous psychoactive drug. There is also reason to believe that Ariana, who has reportedly tested positive for an STD, has been molested during her time in captivity.

Ariana's mother, Maryanne, made a valiant but futile effort to protect her daughter. As a result, she may end up in prison. If this happens, Ariana almost certainly won't survive.

Godboldo, a college dance instructor, had attempted to school her daughter at home, but eventually decided to place the youngster in a local government school. This meant that the girl would have to undergo a government-dictated suite of vaccinations. 

Shortly after receiving the injections, the girl experienced severe side-effects, including behavioral problems she hadn’t previously experienced. 

When Godboldo consulted with local health and welfare officials, she was told that her daughter would have to receive regular injections of Risperdal, supposedly to counteract the effects of the other government-mandated vaccinations. This is a bit like prescribing cancer to treat diabetes. Among the documented side-effects of that drug are tardive dyskinesia (difficulty with basic motor skills) and severe emotional problems – including suicidal thoughts. When Godboldo’s long-suffering child began to display those symptoms, the mother refused to continue with the injections.

The local “child protection” bureaucracy – which, like all other agencies of its kind, subscribes to the totalitarian assumption that children are the property of the state – decreed that Godboldo was "in denial about her daughter's mental health issue." 

There's no evidence that Godboldo disputed the seriousness of her daughter's condition; as Ariana's primary caretaker, she understood it very well. She had very reasonable doubts about the competence of the therapeutic officials who were forcing Ariana to undergo injections of a potentially lethal drug. But it is impermissible for parents to entertain such reservations about the wisdom of those clothed in the purported authority of the State, or to resist their prescriptions, whatever their efficacy. 

Sure, Ariana might die or be driven irretrievably mad as a result of government-mandated treatment -- but this was a decision for the Anointed Ones to make, and for parents to accept with proper docility. Accordingly, the CPS authorized itself to “liberate” Godboldo’s daughter in order to continue poisoning her with Risperdal injections. A small team of government kidnappers – CPS workers and Detroit Police officers – materialized on Godboldo’s doorstep, demanding that she surrender the child. 

Nied preens in Iraq.
"They broke into my home illegally in an effort to take my daughter," Godboldo recalls. "They had no documentation that said they were allowed to enter my home."
Godboldo, acting on her natural authority as a parent to protect her child, refused to let the kidnappers take her daughter. 

When Godboldo refused to let CPS take her daughter, a home invasion team -- led, appropriately, by a veteran of the Iraq occupation, Lt. Michael Nied -- forced its way into the home.  Nied claims that Godboldo fired a gunshot that sprayed him with drywall residue and made his little heart quiver. He and his fellow heroes retreated and called in a "barricaded gunman situation." A ten-hour siege then ensued.

Prudential considerations aside, Godboldo would have been within her rights to gun down the kidnappers, had she possessed the means to do so. She hadn't committed a criminal offense, and the police didn't bother to bring along one of those cunning little permission slips judges reflexively issue any time police want to invade a home. In moral and legal terms they were no better than any other gang of armed intruders.

Eventually a paramilitary SWAT team – complete with automatic weapons, armored personnel carriers, and helicopters – was dispatched to surround Godboldo’s home. The mother eventually surrendered and was put in jail on a $500,000 bond. Although Maryanne was released on bail, her daughter remains in the custody of her abductors, undergoing forcible injections of a drug that is slowly destroying her body and mind -- and, quite possibly, being subjected to sexual violation as well.

Godboldo can take a small measure of comfort in the fact that Ariana -- unlike Aiyana Jones, who was murdered by a Detroit SWAT team in a gratuitous raid staged for a "reality TV" program a year ago -- is still alive. But the risk to that child increases with every minute she remains in the custody of Michigan's child "protection" service.

Last year, Detroit ABC affiliate WXYZ presented a detailed report on the murder of 10-year-old Johnny Andron, a child suffering from epilepsy and cerebral palsy who was seized by the state and starved to death in what was referred to as a "foster care facility." Johnny's mother Elena, a single parent, devoted most of her free time to caring for her wheelchair-bound son. 

After she lost her factory job, Elena made the tragic error of seeking "help" from the child "welfare" system, which makes a federally subsidized profit each time it steals a child from his parents. Johnny was made a "temporary ward of the state," a judicial designation that was tantamount to a death sentence. The same was true of Elena's parental rights, since the same ruling placed her on a central registry of "abusive" and "neglectful" parents. She was placed inside the hamster wheel of government-approved "parenting classes" taught by profiteering busybodies who've attached themselves like boxcars to the federal gravy train.

For months, Elena struggled to find and keep a new job while dutifully attending classes that did nothing but clutter her schedule. During the same period she watched her son, who had been a hefty child but -- considering his disabilities -- a healthy one, slowly waste away through deliberate criminal neglect. 

Infuriated that her child was being tortured to death through starvation, Elena dared to complain. This action was taken as evidence of her unsuitability to be a parent. She was summoned to court and informed by a black-robed functionary that she wouldn't be permitted any further visits with her son. She had no further contact with Johnny, and no updates on his status until a representative of the criminal syndicate that had taken him hostage announced to her that he had died.

Mike Ratte nearly lost his seven-year-old son into Michigan's foster-care gulag after mistakenly allowing the child to take a sip from a beverage called Mike's Hard Lemonade during a Tigers game in 2008. Ratte, a professor of archeology at the University of Michigan, didn't know that the product contained alcohol. Since the sign advertising the drink described it only as "Mike's Lemonade," Ratte assumed that it was merely an overpriced soft drink.

Leo took a sip of the beverage, immediately found it distasteful, and place the bottle on the floor near his bleacher seat. Shortly before the game ended a Comerica Park security guard waddled over, picked up the bottle, and asked Ratte if his son had been drinking from it. 

Although Reed was puzzled by the question, he replied in the affirmative. His puzzlement mutated into alarm when he was told that the "lemonade" was actually an alcoholic drink. The guard demanded that Ratte and his son remain seated while a scrum of his buddies assembled to escort them to a police substation located in the stadium.

When questioned by the police, Ratte admitted -- once again -- that Leo had taken a swig of the drink, repeating as well his insistence that this was an innocent mistake. Anybody burdened with even a particle of common sense would recognize this as the truth. If Mike Ratte were perversely determined to get his son drunk, would he do so in public? If questioned about this, would such a person admit that his son had sampled the forbidden libation?

Anybody capable of making an EEG needle twitch would recognize that this was an honest mistake, not a crime. (Another Michigan family recently had a similar but scarier experience, due to a mix-up at an Applebee's restaurant.) This was made all the more obvious when an exam confirmed that Leo wasn't intoxicated. But this didn't prevent the police from doing what they are programmed to do in such circumstances, which is to use any available pretext to kidnap the child.

As described in a civil complaint filed on behalf of the family, Mike and Leo were forced to take an ambulance ride to a nearby hospital, where Leo was forced to endure a blood test that confirmed the absence of alcohol in his body. While his son was being needlessly bled and perforated, Mike was taken to a separate room and questioned by Officer Celeste Reed of the Detroit Police Department's Child Abuse Division. This wasn't an investigation; it was a dilatory maneuver. Reed was simply waiting until the child-snatchers had worked out the details of the abduction. 

When she finally acknowledged to Ratte that she and her comrades were going to steal his son, Reed played the Nuremberg Defense card, blaming a superior who was "pushing this case to impress her new boss." Once Leo was in custody, however, Reed took the initiative, perjuriously claiming in her report that officers had "observed [Leo] to be intoxicated." 

Leo was sequestered from his family and put into temporary foster care while the CPS bureaucracy labored to find some way to make their abduction permanent. The "referee" assigned to the case announced that she would keep it open for a week. However, Mike and his wife -- unlike most of the families victimized by the child-snatchers -- were people of means and influence. With the help of a capable attorney they were able to free their son after a mere two days' captivity. 

 "Class has something to do with the fact that the child was only in care for two days," points out Don Duquette, a law professor at the University of Michigan and director of the university's child advocacy center said. "If you're not sophisticated, the system isn't set up to give you very much of a chance to work against the ritual that's ordinarily done."

The "ritual" Duquette refers to is a form of bureaucratic child sacrifice: Families are destroyed, and children are abused under the color of supposed government authority, in order to placate the demands of the tax-feeding class. That ritual can commence at any time, for any reason. And any family can be selected as sacrificial victims. All that is required is the conjunction of an anonymous complaint and a willing bureaucrat. I write those words as a father who has confronted that prospect face-to-face.

Damn straight.
 The kidnapping of Leo Ratte occurred because his father made a trivial mistake involving a government-restricted mood-altering substance that inflicted no measurable harm on the child. 

By way of contrast, Elena Andron and Maryanne Godboldo have been traduced as "neglectful" parents because they sought to preserve their handicapped children from state-sanctioned harm. As a result, Elena's son Johnny is dead, and the same people responsible for that atrocity will quite possibly kill Ariana unless Maryanne is able to rescue her from the child "protection" system.

If Maryanne goes to prison, her daughter will die. At present, her prosecution on assault charges is being held in abeyance pending a ruling from the Michigan State Supreme Court in a case "that will determine if residents have the right to defend themselves from police officers entering a home without proper authority," reports the Detroit News

Embedded in this delay is a critical admission by the prosecution -- namely, that Godboldo is correct in claiming that the CPS raid was conducted without legal authority. Unfortunately -- albeit predictably -- the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled that it is, in all circumstances, a "felony" for a Mundane to obstruct or resist the aggressive violence of a police officer acting without lawful authority. 

In a 1999 ruling (People v. Wess), the Michigan Court of Appeals, citing the state legal code, admitted that citizens had a right, explicitly protected by state statute, "to use such reasonable force as is necessary to prevent an illegal attachment and to resist an illegal arrest." However, in the dicta of that ruling the court all but begged for either the legislature or the state Supreme Court to change the law:

"We share the concerns of other jurisdictions that the right to resist an illegal arrest is an outmoded and dangerous doctrine, and we urge our Supreme Court to reconsider this doctrine at the first available opportunity.... we see no benefit to continuing the right to resist an otherwise peaceful arrest made by a law enforcement officer, merely because the arrestee believes the arrest is illegal. Given modern procedural safeguards for criminal defendants, the `right' only preserves the possibility that harm will come to the arresting officer or the defendant."

The line about "procedural safeguards" is unfiltered codswallop, of course -- but remember it, because we'll return to it anon. 

In 2002, the Michigan state legislature modified the relevant section of the state code (MCL 705.81d) by removing the clause recognizing the common law right to "use such reasonable force as is necessary to prevent" an unlawful arrest (that is, an armed kidnapping) by a police officer.  

 In a 2004 ruling (People v. Ventura) that dealt with a self-defense claim against an unlawful arrest, the Court of Appeals, in a perfectly nauseating display of mock humility, proclaimed that "it is not within our province to disturb our Legislature's obvious affirmative choice to modify the traditional common-law rule that a person may resist an unlawful arrest." 

Of course, the legislature made that "choice" after being invited to do so by the same Court of Appeals.

Maryanne Godboldo (center) with liturgical dancers at her church.

In the 2008 case headed for the state Supreme Court (People v. Moreno), the Appeals Court observed that "we find no reference to the lawfulness of the arrest or detaining act" in the statute, which "states only that an individual who resists a person the individual knows or has reason to know is performing his duties is guilty of a felony."

As the Michigan Court of Appeals acknowledged, the Common Law recognizes an unqualified right to resist an unlawful arrest. The Constitution -- for whatever it's worth -- reinforces that right by placing due process impediments (such as the necessity of obtaining search warrants) on the ability of armed hirelings in government-issued costumes to inflict themselves on their betters. But the Court of Appeals -- like every statist body of its kind -- insists that the costume trumps the Common Law and the Constitution. 

Now let's return to the notion that the right to resist arrest has become "outmoded" because of the "procedural safeguards" that supposedly protect criminal defendants. Ariana Godboldo has never been charged with a crime; neither had her mother, until she engaged in a heroic but doomed effort to protect her child from an assault on their home that the prosecution now tacitly admits was unlawful

As Elena Andron and countless other parents have learned, there are no procedural safeguards for parental rights or the individual rights of children once the CPS intervenes

The federally subsidized child "protection" universe is a joint production of Lenin, Kafka and Salvador Dali in which power means everything, facts and law mean nothing, and the contours of "reality" are warped in the service of  self-enraptured bureaucrats. 

Unless a parent is a person of means and influence, like Mike Ratte, active resistance
may be the only way to keep his child or children from disappearing into the CPS Archipelago once the family comes to the attention of the child-snatchers. Ideally, this would mean pro-active measures to conceal a targeted child, or to provide for the child's escape in the event the child-nappers arrive.

As the abduction of Ariana Godboldo demonstrates, the child "protection" apparatus is literally at war with American parents, and police are prepared to murder any parent determined to keep his children out of the hands of those who can drug them, starve them, and molest them with impunity.  

Update: No crisis, no crime, but the prosecution will proceed

"Authorities have determined there is no emergency need for [13-year-old Ariana Godboldo] ... to be on medication, after the girl's mother was accused of medically neglecting her by not giving her a psychotropic drug," reports the Detroit Free Press. "Though officials said Wednesday that there was no immediate need to give the girl medication, Michigan Assistant Attorney General David Law said he may reintroduce the issue later if the need arises."

Assistant Commissar for Official Persecution Law is not referring to any "need" on the part of Ariana. This entire exercise never had anything to do with her welfare. This official determination has validated Maryanne's refusal to poison her daughter with Risperdal -- but that doesn't matter, either: She is scheduled to go on trial June 8 for the supposed offense of refusing to permit her daughter to be seized at gunpoint and forcibly injected with a drug the state now admits did her no good.

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GunRights4US said...

Most Americans have no idea that the state has stolen so many children, or that their fate is so bleak once stolen. Above all of the other crimes being perpetrated by the ruling class, THIS has to be the worst. All I can say is that if they were ever to come for MY children, my prayers would be for a steady hand - and plenty of ammo. Cause it WOULD BE WAR.

Befuddled said...

Call me confused.

I see an investigative report that tells me a child died because a "foster care facility failed to feed him enough food". To back up this contention, they show us several pictures of this nameless building that has somehow developed volition and embarked on a life of crime. Why have we not been alerted to the horrible possibility of our structures turning on us? At the very least we should be warned to keep our kids indoors if we see this building wandering around our neighborhood.

Okay, sarcasm aside, crimes are committed by people, not buildings or organizations. It was a person or persons who committed this act, not "the facility". Yet, it took quite a bit of digging on the web to even find one name mentioned in connection with this death. It took more digging to find out that no person ever faced criminal prosecution for an act of neglect so protracted that it can not possibly be spun as some accident or bureaucratic mixup. There is the true outrage of the story, and it needs to be shouted from the rooftops, with names named. How and why did these people escape criminal charges?

What purpose is served by reports that represent the responsibility for crimes so impersonally and disperse it so broadly that it vanishes? They give the impression that it is outside of our control, like the weather. "A federal money front has moved in on the Detroit area, causing state service organizations to kidnap children and private facilities to starve them. Be on the alert and drive carefully."

Regarding the main topic, a warrant IS one of our "procedural safeguards". If the authorities are acting unlawfully in making an arrest, the procedural safeguards have already failed, so how can anyone be blamed for not wishing to rely on them?

William N. Grigg said...

What purpose is served by reports that represent the responsibility for crimes so impersonally and disperse it so broadly that it vanishes?

That's the nature of bureaucratized, state-centered "news" organizations. The real miracle here, I suppose, is that this story was reported in any way by a "mainstream" media outlet.

If the authorities are acting unlawfully in making an arrest, the procedural safeguards have already failed, so how can anyone be blamed for not wishing to rely on them?

The line about "procedural safeguards" is merely another layer of institutional persiflage intended to maintain the illusion that Mundanes enjoy substantive protection against the unfettered exercise of State power.

tal said...

It's all the more appalling given that Ariana Goldboldo, under Michigan state law, did not require vaccination to attend school:

"A child is exempt if a parent of the child presents a written statement to the administrator of the child's school that the child should not be immunized because of religious convictions or other objection to immunization."

David III said...

This crime will not stop until the politicians and bureaucrats who have instituted these immoral policies are made to answer for their crimes... and I am not inferring court action... The system will not punish them... The parents must!

Tom Payne said...

If a police office unlawfully enters a home, they are a burglar and should be dispatched as such. God help the cop that tries to force his way into my home. I am usually armed and have met very few who can outdraw me. I understand what was sacrificed for my freedoms and will defend them at any cost.

I agree that the individuals at the foster home should be named and from then on considered a scourge on society and shunned by all decent people. However, organizations should also be help responsible for crimes. The best example in recent history is Nazi Germany. The individuals were held responsible but so was the organization. Apparently CPS was also responsible. Therefor, the CPS gangsters who were involved in the case should also be help responsible for murder. They should be tried, convicted, and executed for the murder of this child.

In the Goldboldo case, no law should require me to have my children vaccinated for anything. My children are MY children, not the state's. It is not the right of the state to tell my what my children need.

GunRights4US has the right of it. We have plenty of ammo and plenty of food stocked up. The United States Army spent alot of money to teach me how to stay alive. God be with the families of any government stormtrooper who tries to break into my home or deny the right of me or my family.

kirk said...

As the state, teetering at present, loses hold and finally disappears to its limits stated in the Constitution, there are several groups of loosely called "workers" I would not want to be a member of: judges, cops, lawyers and social workers.

As the reflected power of the state, the power used by the above groups to harass, maim and kill citizens with impunity vaporizes, given the actions over time of the annotated groups, there are many who will seek justice for the official barbarism inflicted upon them and their families by members of the above "professions".

Justice or revenge? We will have to wait to see which noun to apply to the actions that will take place when the inevitable demise of the state in its present form takes place. It will happen. It is closer than many think.

marmot said...

Thanks, William, for all your good work! I've been following you for years. May GOD continue to bless you and your family - and the difficult work of your hands.

This post is so terribly troubling! Although I'm childless, it scares me to want to bring a child into this wicked world.

MoT said...

While reading through some of the comments posted on the Detroit web sites, on the links Will provided, it would appear that the girl may have tested positive for STD while in State custody! Holy cow! And that while in State "care" they have kept her off the very drugs they claim she needed, and is the reason for all of this, and is doing OK. So, as the fathers attorney pointed out, the mother was probably right. Simply amazing.

Jerri Lynn Ward said...

The press keeps reporting that a shot was fired in her house, but I have not seen any reports that a gun was found. I wonder if the shot came from a cop's gun.

Jerri Lynn Ward said...

With regard to this article:

If a judge has to wait for a S. Ct. decision, how are citizens put on notice that resisting a wrongful and illegal act by cops is not lawful?

perlhaqr said...

I want to call it "irony" that this goes on, stealing children from actual loving homes, when we hear so much about children who are truly abused by their parents / caretakers, sometimes to the point of death, where CPS was called, and did nothing.

But realistically, it's like cops who confront people with burnt out taillights, rather than drug dealers, because they know the guy with the blown brake bulb isn't going to drop a cap in his noggin.

It's bullshit power for power's sake, hiding a cowardice of the soul.

endangeredfeces said...

"...pending a ruling from the Michigan State Supreme Court in a case "that will determine if residents have the right to defend themselves from police officers entering a home without proper authority," reports the Detroit News."

I'm going to go ahead and state, with no reservations whatsoever, that one ALWAYS has the right to DEFEND oneself (and /or others) from ANYONE (Brotherhood included) entering your home without proper authority.

By whatever means one deems necessary.

Thanks for spot-lighting this issue, Mr. Grigg.

Anonymous said...

Yes it truly is "bullshit power for power sakes" - that is until these same cowards meet a real fighter. A good example that comes to mind is Carl Drega. Pushed around for years by cowards on all levels (selectboards, local troopers,local judges) the line was drawn in the sand, the fuse lit and bang went the human stick of dynamite. At a minimum it temporarily deflated the puffed out egos born of small minded local tyrants. I know this was a result having been born and raised only a few miles from where the eruption took place.

Anonymous said...

I first read about the Goldboldo incident in an article by Glenn Sacks on Glenn, not unlike Will, regularly exposes the abuse of the kangaroo family law system as it is primarily directed at fathers.

It seems it is only noteworthy in other forums when the recipient of the over-bearing state's heavy hand is a woman - dad's are usually disposable in most peoples minds. And speaking of dad, where was Ariana Goldboldo's dad? Chances are he was driven out of her life by the same kangaroo family court system.

As far as Risperdal (generic name Risperdone) goes, I've seen the effects first hand. You see, my ex in her benevolence put my middle son on it some years ago. After doing some research on this drug and it's side effects I was horrified - but, as a father I have no say in the matter. The family court pussy-pass system turned my son, who has Down Syndrome, into a barely functioning individual.

The most destructive force acting against families in this country are the family courts and family law practitioners. They are scum who deserve lynching. Society would be far better if more family law practitioners met Emmett Corrigan's just fate [a local story that Will is no doubt familiar with].

In Male Fide
Sic Semper Tyrannis

theirritablearchitect said...

There is an answer for all of this, but it requires engaging in sorts of things that hardly anyone wants to even consider, much less do.

Yossarian said...

Who do you think will hold them accountable? The same people who hold the police “accountable.” Headline: “Government investigates itself for charges of wrongdoing, and finds itself innocent.”

This is from They Will Be Heard:

Before Rilya, [Rilya Wilson was “lost” while in the care of the Florida DCF] there was Terrell Peterson in Georgia and Elisa Izquierdo in New York – two youngsters with similar stories and fatal endings. And now comes the news that one month after Gov. Jeb Bush asked Florida’s Department of Children and Families to contact every foster child, 1,237 – or 3 percent – remain unaccounted for. Taken together, the tales point to a fundamental problem in foster care nationwide: accountability.

From Death Watch:

PORT CHARLOTTE: Deputies identified the four-year-old girl who died Wednesday inside her Port Charlotte home and admitted they have investigated claims that she had been abused in the past.

From Phoenix New Times about the record number of child deaths in Arizona in 2005:

As it turns out, the bad news is really bad. There was nearly a 10 percent leap in child fatalities in 2005. Even allowing for population growth, that's alarmingly high. "Preventable" deaths were higher than ever, notching a 25 percent increase from 2004… But what makes the deaths particularly tragic is that Child Protective Services had prior contact with almost half of the kids who died because of abuse or neglect, according to the report. And 14 of the 50 kids actually had open cases at the time of their deaths.

That, too, is a state record – albeit one you're never going to see touted in a press release.

Perhaps for that reason, the report has been ignored by just about every media outlet in the state. (The Arizona Republic gave the report so little coverage that its story failed even to mention CPS – much less note that the total number of deaths had increased.)

From On average, DSS in Massachusetts “loses" around 400 foster children a year, according to the Legal Services Reporter.

I just got the impression from some of the posts that because the 1,237 children in Florida govt "care" who cannot be accounted for and is not splashed nightly across the news, and that the agency is not held accountable, that maybe these things are "isolated incidents."

Yossarian said...

Tom Payne, I’m curious why you chose Nazi Germany as your example of people being punished for wrongdoing – a more recent example is the u.s. invasion of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan and y’know everywhere else. Apparently, we are not safe so long as an Iraqi child is left alive. Did Nazi Germany exterminate as many people as we have? Besides, I love Nazi Germany and Nazi Germans! (Well, I don’t really love Nazis, but as a law-abiding citizen I must obey the law that you can’t say “Germany” or “German” lest it be preceded with the word “Nazi.” The only exception to this law, is if you say the word “Germany” or “German” (without Nazi), then you must, on pain of death, use the words “Hitler” or “Holocaust” in the same sentence.) I guess I do have one exception and that is Hans, the Nazi German who played the Nazi German in “Inglourious Basterds.” He was great.

Yossarian said...

Remember four-yr-old Rilya Wilson from FL who had been missing for more than a year before anyone at the state Department of Children & Families noticed she was gone? Her caseworker, DeBorah Muskelly falsified reports that she visited Rilya and other children and collected money she billed the state for doing so.

When arrested in 2002, Muskelly was charged with multiple counts of grand theft, official misconduct and petty theft.

But prosecutors dropped 39 of the original 41 counts against Muskelly after she agreed to plead guilty to one count of official misconduct. They also agreed to withhold adjudication against the Pembroke Pines woman on another count of grand theft.

Muskelly, a 16-year DCF employee who resigned shortly after officials noticed Rilya was missing, will have to perform 25 hours of community service and is on probation for five years.

Rilya’s foster family, two sisters, collected checks for Rilya after they killed her.

Aren't we guilty also? Well, I am. Were we not charged by God to care for the poor, the orphans and the widows? Over and over we were. Uhhh.

Inalienable Rights said...

I had an similar experience of the CPS goons lieing to me and trying to steal my child.

Perhaps God intervened if he had not I would be in jail now for I would have killed as many of them as I could possibly have. Of that I am sure.

I wonder how many of these kidnappings would occur if it became much more dangerous for the kidnappers?

Anonymous said...

Legally Kill Cops? the courts have said "YES", repeatedly: “Citizens may resist unlawful arrest to the point of taking an arresting officer's life if necessary.” Plummer v. State, 136 Ind. 306. This premise was upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States in the case: John Bad Elk v. U.S., 177 U.S. 529. The Court stated: “Where the officer is killed in the course of the disorder which naturally accompanies an attempted arrest that is resisted, the law looks with very different eyes upon the transaction, when the officer had the right to make the arrest, from what it does if the officer had no right. What may be murder in the first case might be nothing more than manslaughter in the other, or the facts might show that no offense had been committed.”

“An arrest made with a defective warrant, or one issued without affidavit, or one that fails to allege a crime is within jurisdiction, and one who is being arrested, may resist arrest and break away. lf the arresting officer is killed by one who is so resisting, the killing will be no more than an involuntary manslaughter.” Housh v. People, 75 111. 491; reaffirmed and quoted in State v. Leach, 7 Conn. 452; State v. Gleason, 32 Kan. 245; Ballard v. State, 43 Ohio 349; State v Rousseau, 241 P. 2d 447; State v. Spaulding, 34 Minn. 3621.

“When a person, being without fault, is in a place where he has a right to be, is violently assaulted, he may, without retreating, repel by force, and if, in the reasonable exercise of his right of self defense, his assailant is killed, he is justified.” Runyan v. State, 57 Ind. 80; Miller v. State, 74 Ind. 1.

“These principles apply as well to an officer attempting to make an arrest, who abuses his authority and transcends the bounds thereof by the use of unnecessary force and violence, as they do to a private individual who unlawfully uses such force and violence.” Jones v. State, 26 Tex. App. I; Beaverts v. State, 4 Tex. App. 1 75; Skidmore v. State, 43 Tex. 93, 903.

“An illegal arrest is an assault and battery. The person so attempted to be restrained of his liberty has the same right to use force in defending himself as he would in repelling any other assault and battery.” (State v. Robinson, 145 ME. 77, 72 ATL. 260).

“Each person has the right to resist an unlawful arrest. In such a case, the person attempting the arrest stands in the position of a wrongdoer and may be resisted by the use of force, as in self- defense.” (State v. Mobley, 240 N.C. 476, 83 S.E. 2d 100).

“One may come to the aid of another being unlawfully arrested, just as he may where one is being assaulted, molested, raped or kidnapped. Thus it is not an offense to liberate one from the unlawful custody of an officer, even though he may have submitted to such custody, without resistance.” (Adams v. State, 121 Ga. 16, 48 S.E. 910).

“Story affirmed the right of self-defense by persons held illegally. In his own writings, he had admitted that ‘a situation could arise in which the checks-and-balances principle ceased to work and the various branches of government concurred in a gross usurpation.’ There would be no usual remedy by changing the law or passing an amendment to the Constitution, should the oppressed party be a minority. Story concluded, ‘If there be any remedy at all ... it is a remedy never provided for by human institutions.’ That was the ‘ultimate right of all human beings in extreme cases to resist oppression, and to apply force against ruinous injustice.’” (From Mutiny on the Amistad by Howard Jones, Oxford University Press, 1987, an account of the reading of the decision in the case by Justice Joseph Story of the Supreme Court.

Inalienable Rights said...

In my life I have met 5 women that were in State care when growing up. And guess what? EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM WAS RAPED WHILE IN STATE CUSTODY!

On another note:
Do you find it ironic that parents that won't drug their children are the bad guys, while millions of parents give their children a brain damaging drug called fluoride and those are good parents according to our owners.

Anonymous said...

Befuddled asked, "How and why did these people escape criminal charges?"
They were allies of Leviathan, period, end of story. That is all that is required, and accurately summarizes where we stand today.

Jerri Lynn Ward (et al) re waiting for essays from ebony-draped ass-hats: If any group of thugs invades my home with hostile intent, let alone to snatch my child, I will be much too busy making as many of them as possible as dead as possible to examine any papers or costumes that they may have brought along for the occasion. If that defense leaves me without a pulse, as it almost certainly will, so be it. The least I can do is to take as large an honor guard with me as possible.

Anonymous said...

In re: Emmett Corrigan and others, I can only say what I said to a similar sheister in a courthouse hallway in 1996:
When you take away everything that matters to a man, don't be surprised when he acts as if he's got nothing left to lose...

I was there to defend myself against the third false-accusation made by a malicious, mentally-ill mother during our custody dispute. Three times I'd been arrested, hauled out of my office in handcuffs, and subjected to all the usual indignities...

The first time she claimed I'd broken into her house in the middle of the night, and threatened her and her older children with a sawed-off shotgun. Only the fact that I was ~1500 miles away, IN ANOTHER COUNTRY at the time -- and could PROVE it -- kept me out of prison.

The second time she alleged I'd threatened her with a handgun during one of our "visitation exchanges." Thankfully I'd been surreptitiously recording all of our interactions - and the tape showed her screaming and cursing while I pleaded "please -- not in front of the kids..." and our daughter cried and begged "Mommy, please don't cuss at Daddy, Mommy, please don't..."

It culminated in her screaming "shut the f*** up" at the child, then telling me I could "keep the little c()nt..." before she slammed her door and burned rubber out of the parking-lot.

Hizzonner destroyed my tape with his gavel, then warned me that it was a felony violation of our state's "wiretapping" statute - and that any further recordings would result in criminal charges being levied against me. I guess I should be thankful for the warning, but... I digress...

The third time she accused me of sexually abusing my girls - having coached the social-worker on the proper wording of the question to ask the child -- thus to ensure that my necessary proper medical care for a condition she'd failed to mention would be misinterpreted as some sort of perversion.

Naturally, I was presumed guilty, perp-walked for the local news, and given all the courtesy one would expect an accused molester to receive.

Thankfully, she'd gone to the wrong County's office - and the worker eventually assigned to investigate had a brother who'd been maliciously accused... None of which I knew at the time when I informed her Liar of this basic fact of human nature...

Obviously I was exonerated, and -- though it took more than two more years, during which my kids were clearly harmed -- eventually awarded sole legal custody of them.

She was never punished in any way for three false police reports, nor any of the other literal hundreds of counts of perjury she committed in her campaign of terror against me.

In every case I was guilty-until-proven-innocent, and the nearly $200k she wasted was never HER problem.

On the bright side, both of them have grown to be incredibly beautiful, accomplished, strong, intelligent young women who show very few, barely noticeable signs of the sickness that continues to pervade half their existence. All who know "the whole story" express amazement that they're not as screwed up as we'd expect, under the circumstances.

For this I thank G*d every day of my life.

I must join those above who - in one way or another - said they'd do their best to visit the ultimate penalty on anyone who tried to steal and harm their children. I too would gladly perish if necessary in the process of removing such vermin from our world.

As I said -- when you take away everything that matters to a man, don't be surprised when he acts as if he's got nothing left to lose!

Lemuel Gulliver said...


Your comments about Nazi Germany are well founded. The entire Nuremburg Trials were a farcical stage show, to cover up the Eisenhower and Churchill war crimes against the German population, both during the war and afterwards. Go here and save the link for reference:

Then go here to see how Eisenhower deliberately starved to death 1,000,000 surrendered German prisoners in Allied prison camps after the war was over:

And if you can find a copy of the booklet, "The Planned Famine" by Alfred Tittmann, it describes the Anglo-American plan to exterminate the German people. That this was never carried to completion was due only to the fact that the USA and Truman were afraid the Russians would overrun West Germany if the native population was exterminated, and alarmed at that prospect, Truman instead implemented the so-called "Marshall Plan."

New York Times, October 21, 1946, column by Anne O'Hare McCormick, reporting from Germany:

"Except in the country where the children have a little color in their cheeks and the fields are worked with grim tenacity from dawn to dark, the population looks worse and works less than last year. The most willing laborers can't work more than 4 hours. After that they get confused and wobbly from hunger. With few exceptions the whole population is hungry. The rations last week in Frakfort reached only 1,300 calories. A year and a half after their surrender the Germans are still paying the heaviest daily price any people ever paid for their sins. With no visible prospect of any but the most homeopathic doses of economic stimulant, it looks as it their term of punishment will last for a long time to come."

Field Marshal Montgomery, in a speech at the "Freedom Ceremony," as reported in the "London Evening Standard":

"We are looking after the children, of course, but the big overgrown Germans have to tighten their belts. The German ration is cut to 1,000 calories a head compared with 2,800 calories in Britain, and we shall keep them at 1,000. The Germans have got to tighten their belts - I can tell you that."

All this while the Allies had thousands of tons of food stockpiled in Italy.


Lemuel Gulliver said...


Israel Feinberg and other members of the American Forces of Liberation visited Germany and reported:

"In dealing with the problem of a permanent destruction of German aggression and dictatorship, we confront two alternatives - either complete annihilation of the population, or its rehabilitation as a democratic and peaceful member of the family of nations."

The putative plan to depopulate Germany, never completed, was the brainchild of Henry Morgenthau, Jr.

In Argentina, thousands of tons of food were collected to be sent to Germany, but the conquering Allies permitted only 150 tone a month to be shipped. The Danes were forbidden to sell their surplus eggs and fish in Germany, and the Germans were prohibited from fishing to feed themselves. The Swedes and Icelanders were anxious to send food to starving Germany, but Britain refused them permission to do so, threatening naval action to force compliance.

The US Treasury under Roosevelt in 1941-1942 seized $229 million deposited in US banks by Germans, (most of whom were actually Jews hoping to keep their money safe,) and never returned it after the war. For comparison, total US Treasury receipts in 1940 were $6.55 billion, so $229 million was a vast sum.

But the Germans were called "barbarians."

- Lemuel Gulliver

PS: I have been reading "Mein Kampf," the 1939 translation by James Murphy, the best one extant. Hitler was no madman. He was brilliantly astute in his observations of human nature and frailty, the futility of party politics, and the greed and rapaciousness of the banking cartels. He was also passionately patriotic, more so than most of the people who now sit on Capitol Hill. His thoughts are absolutely applicable to our present situation in 2011. But of course, nobody who wants to remain respectable would dare read it, or admit to doing so.
- LG.

Lemuel Gulliver said...

Mr. Grigg,

RE: this latest essay, you have a way of piercing the hearts of your readers. This country is rapidly getting rottener and rottener, like road kill which begins to stink in the sun. We and the rest of the world had such high hopes for Obama, after the dark night of the Bush years, but it is just more and more of the same old bullshit.

I have no children, but if I did, and one of these hyenas took them away and caused their deaths, I would consider the effects of a couple of high-velocity hollow-point .22 slugs to the groin. The surgeons would be unable to stitch the results back together, and death would ensue from peritonitis in about 3 to 5 days. If they did survive, for sure they would never propagate any more of their kind.

These cowards hide behind their tin or cardboard badges, but if enough of them were to find their jobs too dangerous, they would scuttle away and disappear like cockroaches when you turn on the kitchen light.

Perhaps one day, we will be calling this place Kandahar, USA, or Helmand Province, USA. If underfed skinny little men in sandals with towels wrapped around their heads can do it, perhaps we can too. And for much the same reasons.

- Lemuel Gulliver.

MoT said...

What is up with Michigan? You'd have thought they took lessons from Florida.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like euthanasia is going on as well.

I wonder if the entire series of inoculations was given to Ariana at one time. Or if they purposely gave her more than one dose of any of them. And then prescribing Risperdal injections? For vaccination reactions, is this common?

I just read this in a Dr. Dennis Cuddy article:

Prior to and during World War II, Mrs. Werthmann also lived in Austria under the Nazi dictatorship....

Mrs.Werthmann practice-taught in a small town where a state health department van came one day to pick up "retarded" people for "special education." About 6 months later, these students' parents were told their children all had died "a natural and merciful death."

Anonymous said...

Child snatching by the state is going on in the UK. The methodology appears to be the same. The roots of the problem are also probably the same.
Who is giving the orders ?
Where does this global policy originate from ?

This is the Frankfurt subversion plan in action. The aim is to destroy your values and family prior to "normalisation".

Marxism ! Marxism ! Marxism !

Jenny said...

We have seen three cases, albeit in years past, where the State tried to "kidnap" children because the parents were home schooling, and each set of parents anulled their marriage License, and then the States had to cease their prosecution of same. Apparently, through the social security number, you become a quasi-corporation with your partner, and since the State can direct the profits of your corporation/marriage, your children, they then become wards of the State. This is maritime law and because of Amendment 14, where we became citizens instead of individuals under the Common Law of the US Constitution. Has this been tried in recent times?

Inalienable Rights said...

Hi Jenny!
I don't agree with all of your logic but I do believe there is something to the belief that having a state marriage gives the state more jurisdiction over you and your children. I recently asked Dave Champion to comment on this.
There is some very good reading on things you touched on at:

dublinmick said...

The anti-depressant risperdol is also aspartame based.

chana said...

I have gone thru this with my own son for a year they tried to take him from me..and only by a miracle from God they did not suceed.
my heart cries..there are no words to describe how horrific what these other parents went thru.
God bless you for exposing the truth.