Parental Rights Case Allowed to Move Forward Against Judge Who Pre-Signed Child Removal Orders
THERE IS NOTHING MORE DISTURBING THEN LEARNING THE PEOPLE ONE WOULD AND SHOULD BELIEVE ARE THE GOOD GUYS ACTUALLY TURN OUT TO BE THE CRIMINALS VIOLATING THE RIGHTS OF THE VULNERABLE AND RAPING THEM OF THEIR CHILDREN. ALSO COMMITTING CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN.
THE CHILDREN BAXTER BLACK MARKETED FOR HIS FRIENDS WERE SHOWING AN ALARMING AMOUNT OF EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE AND IT WAS ESCALATING. SO BAXTER DECIDED TO GIFT THE CHILDREN OUT TO THE MENTALLY ILL COUPLE DESPITE THE EVIDENCE HE LISTENED TO IN COURT THAT THE CHILDREN WENT FROM HAPPY HEALTHY PRE ILLEGAL ABDUCTION TO SPIRALING IN TO MAJOR MENTAL HEALTH TRAUMAS AND SIGNS OF MALTREATMENT
DETROIT – A federal judge ruled today that claims against a Wayne County Family Court judge could proceed in a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan on behalf of an Ann Arbor family whose 7-year-old son was placed in foster care after his father mistakenly gave him a Mike's Hard Lemonade at a Detroit Tigers game in 2008.
Through depositions, the ACLU of Michigan discovered the boy was removed from his parents even though Family Court Judge Judy A. Hartsfield had not made a determination that the child was in danger. Instead the judge had a practice of providing pre-signed child removal orders for the on-duty desk clerk to be filled out after hours based on police allegations. Neither the judge nor a probation officer scrutinized the claims of the police.