Tuesday, April 22, 2014

ROSE VALDEZ Guardian Ad Litem is a PARTICPANT IS SELLING CHILDREN TO PEOPLE SHE SAID WERE MENTALLY UNSTABLE FOR DISTURBING STALKING

April 10 2013
Attorney-Your Honor we would like to request that the children be placed with a family member.

Sally Schroer aka vulnerable adult and child abuser Your honor I have not heard from her in six months

AB- my brother went into a coma and was terminal, I was the only adult family member who lives in the state to manage his affairs

Judge Baxter-what did you say?

AB my brother went into a coma and was terminal, I was the only adult family member who lives in the state to manage his affairs. Those kids are like my grandkids!

Judge Baxter- I DON'T CARE WHAT HAPPEN TO YOU! No they cannot be moved what if I have to get them back. Shakes his head and says never mind.


AB why would you need to get them back?


Judge Baxter- NO

May 4 2013
Attorney-Your Honor we would like to request that the children be placed with a family member.

Judge Baxter- NO

May 16 2013
Attorney-Your Honor we would like to request that the children be placed with a family member.

Judge Baxter- Gaudette what do you want
Gaudette- no
 Judge Baxter- Rose Valdez what do you think

Rose Valdez- no her relationship with her son is not stable (NOTE response was perjury)
AB- gasps in shock!
(NOTE she has never spoken to this lady in her lifetime!Its not possible for an independent to answer that the way she did unless she interviewed the person. Or that it is relevant what matters is the relationship she had with the mother.)


Rylyn Peterson was placed in foster care in violation of state and federal laws as well as in violation of state and federal human service policies . Brent Christian approved an exparte order that accused the mother of intentionally being poor as a result of her disability to harm her children.

You cant take kids not in imminent danger and never for being poor but Brent signed the order to  have kids removed solely based on the fact the parent was poor


June 2013

Attorney-Your Honor we would like to request that the children be placed with a family member.

Judge Baxter- NO

July 2013 
 4 hearings total 
Every hearing 

Attorney-Your Honor we would like to request that the children be placed with a family member.
Judge Baxter is going to require all the evidence from both sides to make a decision

in final paper Baxter  lied in court documents indicating that he denied based on a reason that he could not possibly know. He denied anyone who could testify on the behalf of  the mother the opportunity to speak.
so he offered  perjury or a false statement to broker children out to the mentally unstable couple who soliited the judge for her children.



Subdivision 1. [GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF GUARDIANS AD LITEM.] Consistent with the responsibilities set forth in Minnesota Statutes section 260.155, subdivision 4(b), and section 518.165, subdivision 2a, other applicable statutes and rules of court, and the appointment order entered pursuant to Rule 4, subdivision 4, in every family court and juvenile court case in which a guardian ad litem is appointed, the guardian ad litem shall perform the responsibilities set forth in clauses (a) to (n).



(a) The guardian ad litem shall advocate for the best interests of the child.
(b) The guardian ad litem shall exercise independent judgment, gather information, participate as appropriate in negotiations, and monitor the case, which activities must include, unless specifically excluded by the court, reviewing relevant documents; meeting with and observing the child in the home setting and considering the child's wishes, as appropriate; and interviewing parents, caregivers, and others with knowledge relevant to the case.

m) The guardian ad litem shall inform individuals contacted in a particular case about the role of the guardian ad litem in the case.
So Rose Valdez only interviews  social services
m) The guardian ad litem shall inform individuals contacted in a particular case about the role of the guardian ad litem in the case.


http://www.mncourts.gov/rules/adlitem.html
(c) The guardian ad litem shall, as appropriate to the case, make written and/or oral reports to the court regarding the best interests of the child, including conclusions and recommendations and the facts upon which they are based.
(d) The guardian ad litem shall complete work in a timely manner, and advocate for timely court reviews and judicial intervention, if necessary.
(e) The guardian ad litem shall be knowledgeable about community resources for placement, treatment, and other necessary services.
(f) The guardian ad litem shall maintain the confidentiality of information related to a case, with the exception of sharing information as permitted by law to promote cooperative solutions that are in the best interests of the child.
(g) The guardian ad litem shall, during service as a guardian ad litem, keep all records, notes, or other information confidential and in safe storage. At the conclusion of service, the guardian ad litem shall keep or destroy the notes and records in accordance with the requirements of the guardian ad litem program.
(h) The guardian ad litem shall complete continuing education requirements, and seek advice as necessary from the program coordinator or, if the program coordinator is not available, from another guardian ad litem.
(i) The guardian ad litem shall treat all individuals with dignity and respect while carrying out her or his responsibilities.
(j) The guardian ad litem shall be knowledgeable about and appreciative of the child's religious background and racial or ethnic heritage, and sensitive to the issues of cultural and socio-economic diversity, and in all cases governed by the Indian Child Welfare Act or the Minnesota Indian Family Heritage Preservation Act shall apply the prevailing social and cultural standards of the Indian community in which the parent or extended family resides or with which the parent or extended family members maintain social and cultural ties.
(k) The guardian ad litem shall use the guardian ad litem appointment and authority appropriately to advocate for the best interests of the child, avoid any impropriety or appearance of impropriety, and not use the position for personal gain.
(l) The guardian ad litem shall comply with all state and federal laws regarding the reporting of child abuse and/or neglect.


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