COPIES HAVE BEEN MAILED TO
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Krenik changed the paper work and presented it to a judge that said no
family came forward
This is enough to put her in jail
It was sent to the state General attorney
it is a hate crime
FYI AB passed the background check with flying colors
hence the added perjury about her son.
So the state attorney is going to review the interviews the county had with AB to make sure the claim they made to disqualify is not false. they also sent the docs that schroer documented that AB did not want her son around kids or Sally schroer and Krenik . They took three children who were never abused and measured out in normal in every way. Over the course of a year they took noral and turned it into mentally disturbed and caused them to have developmental delays.
MAKE SURE IT IS FOR A FAIMLY MEMBER DO YOU WANT E TO CHECK OTHER OR FAMILY MEMBER (CARI CHECK NON RELATIVE ) (ANITA, I WON'T DO THAT, I MEET THE DEFINITION OF FAMILY UNDER MINNESOTA LAW )
CARI KRENIK ALTERED THE PAPER WORK !!!
THEN CONDUCTED THE WRONG BACKGROUND CHEKK TO SELL THE CHILDREN WHO ARE NOW MENTALLY DISTURBED
nt consideration for children who are not able to live with their parents or guardians. Relative, as defined inMinnesota Statutes, section 260C.007, subdivision 27, is a person related to the child by blood, marriage, or adoption, or an individual who is an important friend with whom the child has resided or had significant contact.
The majority of children placed in family foster care or pre-adoptive families in Minnesota are not living with adults to whom they are related, or with whom the child had a significant relationship with prior to entering foster care.
The responsible social service agency must consider placement with a relative without delay Conduct a reasonable and comprehensive search lasting up to six months, or until a fit and willing relative is identified consider a relative as a placement resource for any subsequent placements, even if the relative declined to care for the child at the beginning of the placement.
Consideration of relatives when the agency is no longer considering reunification as the permanency plan for the child, such as in the case of: Transfer of permanent legal and physical custody Adoption Long-term foster care, when appropriate.
In order for MINNESOTA to receive Federal payments for foster care and adoption assistance, Federal law under title IV-E of the Social Security Act requires that they "consider giving preference to an adult relative over a nonrelated caregiver when determining placement for a child,
provided that the relative caregiver meets all relevant State child protection standards."1 Title IV-E further requires States to exercise due diligence to identify and provide notice to all grandparents and other adult relatives of the child (including any other adult relatives suggested by the parents), that the child has been or is being removed from the custody of his or her parents, explains the options the.
you should pay a lawyer while we are delaying and stripping you of information you are legally entitled to.