IF THE MOTHER PLACED ALL THREE OF HER CHILDREN ON A COAST LINE WITH WAVES MOVING IN, PUTTING THE CHILDREN AT RISK OF DROWNING THEN SHE HAD A REASON TO REMOVE THEM.
WITH THE MOTHER FOR UP TO 7 YEARS
IN FOSTER CARE FOR 1 YEAR
I HAVE DOCUMENTATION OF NUMBERS 1,2,3,3,5,6.7,THESE KIDS WHILE LIVING IN THE DOBMEIER HOME.
1. Unexplained injuries. Visible signs of physical abuse may include unexplained burns or bruises in the shape of objects. You may also hear unconvincing explanations of a child’s injuries.
Tape recording of this little boy saying mellissa Dobmeier's sister Deb said my mommy is a crackhead
2. Changes in behavior. Abuse can lead to many changes in a child’s behavior. Abused children often appear scared, anxious, depressed, withdrawn or more aggressive.
this kid went from charming to angry and emotions out of control begging for his mother
3. Returning to earlier behaviors. Abused children may display behaviors shown at earlier ages, such as thumb-sucking, bed-wetting, fear of the dark or strangers. For some children, even loss of acquired language or memory problems may be an issue.
4. Fear of going home. Abused children may express apprehension or anxiety about leaving school or about going places with the person who is abusing them.
5. Changes in eating. The stress, fear and anxiety caused by abuse can lead to changes in a child’s eating behaviors, which may result in weight gain or weight loss.
SOURCE CASE PLAN
THERE ARE OTHER DOCUMENTS THAT SHOW THE CHILDREN LOST WEIGHT AS A RESULT OF THE ABUSE IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE UNSTABLE CAREGIVERS
6. Changes in sleeping. Abused children may have frequent nightmares or have difficulty falling asleep, and as a result may appear tired or fatigued.
Changes in school performance and attendance. Abused children may have difficulty concentrating in school or have excessive absences, sometimes due to adults trying to hide the children’s injuries from authorities.
FLUNKED PRESCHOOL THE OTHER IS BEING DRUGGED
8. Lack of personal care or hygiene. Abused and neglected children may appear uncared for. They may present as consistently dirty and have severe body odor, or they may lack sufficient clothing for the weather.
9. Risk-taking behaviors. Young people who are being abused may engage in high-risk activities such as using drugs or alcohol or carrying a weapon.
10. Inappropriate sexual behaviors. Children who have been sexually abused may exhibit overly sexualized behavior or use explicit sexual language.
Some signs that a child is experiencing violence or abuse are more obvious than others. Trust your instincts. Suspected abuse is enough of a reason to contact the authorities.
What Can You Do About Child Abuse?
If you suspect a child has been abused….
REPORTED TO SUE RYNDA HEAD OF LE SUEUR COUNTY CHILD PROTECTION;SHE SAID I REFUSE TO INVESTIGATE NO EVIDENCE. I AM ASSUMING THAT SHE IS REFERRING TO THE LACK OF SUPPORTING EVIDENCE TO REMOVE THE CHILDREN TO BEGIN WITH ACCORDING TO COURT REPORTS THEY ARE PUT IN FOSTER CARE EITHER BECAUSE THE MOTHER LACKED RESOURCES DUE TO POVERTY. OR BECAUSE THE SCHOOL HAD BEEN ENDANGERING THE LIVES OF CHILDREN 2 XS A DAY DURING THE SCHOOL WEEK. OR BECAUSE (IT IS IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILDREN WHICH IS WHAT WE SAY BEAUSE NO ONE ASKS US WHAT THAT MEANS AND IF THEY DO WE CONTINUE TO REPEAT THE STATEMENT UNTIL THEY STOP ASKING.
THERE IS HOWEVER CLEAR CONCISE EVIDENCE ANY NEGLECT WAS POVERTY RELATED THE CHILDREN SHOW NO SIGNS OF NEGLECT OR ABUSE AND RESOURCES ARE TO BE PUT IN PLACE
THE PAPER WORK FROM THE DAY BEFORE SHOWED THAT THE WORKER WAS AWARE OF RESOURCE SHORTAGES AND THEN THE WORKER TOLD THE MOTHER MAKE THAT ALL HAPPEN OR FACE MORE CHARGES
LIKE THERE WAS NO EVIDENCE THAT THESE CHILDREN WERE ABUSED PRIOR TO REMOVAL THERE
Reassure and support the child.
Take action – it could save a child’s life. Report child abuse to your local or state child protective service agency, or to your neighborhood police precinct.
Safe Horizon’s Child Advocacy Centers help more than 5,000 child victims of sexual and severe physical abuse each year. Learn more about our Child Advocacy Centers here.