Friday, January 31, 2014

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PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF #5 THE STATEMENT IS FAMOUS EVEN NOTORIOUS FOR THE REASON LE SUEUR COUNTY SPENDS TAX DOLLARS RECKLESSLY...I HAVE HEARD IT MYSELF.. FYI.... THAT REASON REQUIRES A JUDGE'S SIGNATURE AND IT DOES HAVE A  JUDGE'S SIGNATURE M MICHAEL BAXTER.

I WAS GIVEN PERMISSION TO LISTEN IN ON THE PHONE CONVERSATION OF MS BRACKEN AND CARI KRENIK
 MS BRACKEN ASKED WHY SHE COULD NOT BE IN ATTENDANCE FOR VISITS, KRENIK-SAID I TOLD YOU IN THE MESSAGE I LEFT YOU. AB -SAYS NO YOU SAID WE ALL AGREE IT IS IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD. AB-PLEASE EXPLAIN. KRENIK-I DID, AB - FOR SAFETY REASONS? COUNTY OFFICIALS HAVE DECIDED IT IS BEST. AB -YOU MEAN THE SAME COUNTY OFFICIALS RELATED TO AND OR ARE FRIENDS WITH TONY AND MELISSA DOBMEIER

AB-SHE HAS A RIGHT TO HAVE SOMEONE WITH HER TO KEEP HER CALM AND SO THERE IS ANOTHER VIEW OF EVENTS

KRENIK- IF YOU DO NOT LIKE THAT GET AN ATTORNEY.

SO THIS IS HOW I INTERPRET THAT....A PERSON WHO IS PAID WITH MY TAX DOLLARS TO KEEP FAMILIES TOGETHER, PROTECT CHILDREN AND THOSE WHO HAVE DISABILITIES, JUST TOLD ME ; IF YOU DO NOT LIKE US ABUSING ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AND CHILDREN  AND TEARING FAMILIES APART YOU NEED TO SPEND MORE MONEY TO STOP ME

THIS STATEMENT WILL HELP WITH THE CRIMINAL CHARGES BECAUSE THERE ARE MULTIPLE PEOPLE IN THE WORD WE AND WHO IS WE BECAUSE THAT MEANS THEY ARE CONSPIRING TO COMMIT A CRIME... THERE IS MORE THAN ONE PERSON IN ON THE ABUSE OF A TRAUMA SURVIVOR

NOW TO PUT THESE KIDS IN FOSTER ARE AND KEEP THEM THERE THEY ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE SERVICES AND EXPLAIN HOW THOSE SERVICES FAILED WHICH PUT THESE KIDS IN FOSTER CARE

BASED ON THE CIRCUMSTANCES WE HAVE ONE SITUATION THAT WAS EDUCATIONAL AND THE DIRECT RESULT OF THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLACINGING CHILDREN IN IMMINENT DANGER ON A DAILY BASIS.. THERE FOR MAKING THE FIRST SITUATION A HATE CRIME FALSE ALLEGATION CHARGE

THE SECOND WAS POVERTY RELATED FOR A MATTER OF MINUTES THAT COULD BE CORRECTED WITH RESOURCES IT ALSO IS NOT MALTREATMENT ACCORDING TO MINNESOTA LAW AND THE STATE HUMAN SERVICE

I PLACED THESE TWO SCENARIOS IN FRONT OF RICE, OLMSTED AND HENNEPIN AND THE STATE

THEY ARE MORE CONCERNED ABOUT WHAT THE SCHOOL IS DOING TO SAVE MONEY THAN SOMETHING THAT WAS THE RESULT OF THE SCHOOL ACTIONS THAT CAN BE CORRECTED WITH EDUCATION

THE SECOND WAS HANDS UP POVERTY AND THE COMBINATION OF FEELING TARGETED BECAUSE THAT FIRST CHARGE WAS A HATE CRIME

THEN SHE WAS TOLD SHE WAS FACING TRUANCY CHARGES IF SHE DID NOT GET ACCESS TO A PHONE SHE DID NOT HAVE, BEING NEW IN TOWN HER SUPPORT CIRCLE IS LIMITED

THE CASE WORKER SEES TO BE IGNORANT ON HOW TO CONDUCT A NEEDS ASSESSMENT SERIOUSLY THIS WOMAN IS THE REASON THIS MOM FEELS SHE HAS NO OTHER OPTION BUT TO LEAVE HER CHILDREN UNATTENDED TO GO ALL THE SCHOOL

 Reasonable efforts to prevent placement and for rehabilitation and reunification are always required except upon a determination by the court that a petition has been filed stating a prima facie case that:
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NONE OF THESE APPLY 
BUT.......BAXTER WILL SIGN ANYTHING THAT IS PUT IN FRONT OF HIM
WITHOUT REVIEW 

SO NOW WE ARE BACK TO PROVIDING SUPPORT SERVIES BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO IMMINENT DANGER AND IS CONFIRMED POVERTY RELATED VIA THREE OTHER COUNTIES AND THE STATE

NOW KIDS ARE PLACED ILLEGALLY IN FOSTER CARE FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYOUTS 

THE COUNTY CAN COLLECT FEDERAL MONEYS ON EACH KID SOCIAL SECURITY CHILD SUPPORT GRANTS ETC

SALLY IS EEN LOOKING FOR MORE MONEY TO SPEND ON THIS FRO TAX PAYERS AND GRANTS 

(1) the parent has subjected a child to egregious harm as defined in section 260C.007,
subdivision 14;
(2) the parental rights of the parent to another child have been terminated involuntarily;
(3) the child is an abandoned infant under section 260C.301, subdivision 2, paragraph (a),
clause (2);
(4) the parent's custodial rights to another child have been involuntarily transferred to a
relative under Minnesota Statutes 2010, section 260C.201, subdivision 11, paragraph (d), clause
(1), section 260C.515, subdivision 4, or a similar law of another jurisdiction;
(5) the parent has committed sexual abuse as defined in section 626.556, subdivision 2,
against the child or another child of the parent;
(6) the parent has committed an offense that requires registration as a predatory offender
under section 243.166, subdivision 1b, paragraph (a) or (b); or
(7) the provision of services or further services for the purpose of reunification is futile and
therefore unreasonable under the circumstances.
(b) When the court makes one of the prima facie determinations under paragraph (a), either
permanency pleadings under section 260C.505, or a termination of parental rights petition under
sections 260C.141 and 260C.301 must be filed. A permanency hearing under sections 260C.503
to 260C.521 must be held within 30 days of this determination.
(c) In the case of an Indian child, in proceedings under sections 260B.178, 260C.178,
260C.201, 260C.202, 260C.204, 260C.301, or 260C.503 to 260C.521, the juvenile court must
make findings and conclusions consistent with the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978, United
States Code, title 25, section 1901 et seq., as to the provision of active efforts. In cases governed
by the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978, United States Code, title 25, section 1901, the
responsible social services agency must provide active efforts as required under United States
Code, title 25, section 1911(d).