Tuesday, December 31, 2013

le sueur county altered transcripts, hearings were all recorded by Bracken court transcripts different then recordings

Turns out they leave no page unturned in order to sell children to Tony and Melissa Dobmeier the abuse they have been putting the Harris children through was altered out of Noakes Statements WTF no one is safe in this town.  They altered transcripts and I have the recordings wow !!!!! So the other ironic part about this is the county actually documented abducting 3 healthy well adjusted children and that all the damage of psychological abuse they are covering up according to Sally Schroer's paperwork  starts with mental break downs as a result of the break in and illegal removal  The children are at a dangerous level of emotional disturbance for kids predisposed to personality and developmental disorders and drug addiction it will balance out when they are arriving at the court house for crimes committed and drug addiction to help deal with the personality disorders and and developmental delays they will not have to arrive at the court house on foot.






There was no sign the children were abused and documented as health well adjusted until all three experienced break downs living in the home of strangers who forced them to engage in  role play games to meet their needs. The couple would then fantasize the abuse they put the children through was the mothers fault. The couple actually get off on nursing the symptoms of abuse they were causing from forcing the children in to dangerous role playing games. The couple were adament that they wanted their needs met at the expense of the children That was evident because even though the couple had a car and a phone specialists at le sueur county are completely blown away that 3 children were removed healthy well adjusted because the other was poor.... They are placed in a home with money car and phone. They get worse? the trained experts are blown away by this how did they thrive with a poor mother? rich people making them play role playing games to get off, are causing them to develop brain damage .










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