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2 Tactics? Deception? Discrimination? Coercion? Abuse? Detriment? Damage? Concealing Evidence with Fraud? “Small is the number of people who see with their eyes and think with their minds, to reason back from the actions that are being taken to intentions that can be postulated behind them to see a pattern in behavior that justifies an inference about what is going on”. Einstein Princeton Resident

3 Magic Tricks The Art Of Diversion & Deception A magician will hide what is really happening by way of diversion and deception. The attention is drawn away to the left hand while what is happening is in the right. June 28 th 2010 was nothing more than diversion and deception and here by the petitioners own pen Let us shed Some Light. June 28 th 2010 was nothing more than diversion and deception and here by the petitioners own pen Let us shed Some Light.

4 Kidnapping; kidnapping of child under age 13, aggravating circumstances (1)(a) The term “kidnapping” means forcibly, secretly, or by threat confining, abducting, or imprisoning another person against her or his will and without lawful authority, with intent to: 1. Hold for ransom or reward or as a shield or hostage. 2. Commit or facilitate commission of any felony. 3. Inflict bodily harm upon or to terrorize the victim or another person. (b) Confinement of a child under the age of 13 is against her or his will within the meaning of this subsection if such confinement is without the consent of her or his parent or legal guardian. (2) A person who kidnaps a person is guilty of a felony of the first degree, punishable by imprisonment for a term of years not exceeding life or as provided in s , s , or s (3)(a) A person who commits the offense of kidnapping upon a child under the age of 13 and who, in the course of committing the offense, commits one or more of the following: 1. Aggravated child abuse, as defined in s ; (b) Pursuant to s (4), nothing contained herein shall be construed to prohibit the imposition of separate judgments and sentences for the life felony described in paragraph (a) and for each separate offense enumerated in subparagraphs (a)

5 Lets Recap (3)(a) A person who commits the offense of kidnapping upon a child under the age of 13 and who, in the course of committing the offense, commits one or more of the following: 1. Aggravated child abuse, as defined in s ; Yvonne Howard by her own admission and with out parental consent and through refusal to take Sierra to circles of care. Also noted in psychological report as abuse occurred. Immediately after Yvonne placed Sierra on lobotomizing drugs to cover it up illegally without parental knowledge – 5 (b) Pursuant to s (4), nothing contained herein shall be construed to prohibit the imposition of separate judgments and sentences for the life felony described in paragraph (a) and for each separate offense enumerated in subparagraphs (a)

6 Luring or enticing a child. (1) As used in this section, the term: (a) “Structure” means a building of any kind, either temporary or permanent, which has a roof over it, together with the curtilage thereof. (b) “Dwelling” means a building or conveyance of any kind, either temporary or permanent, mobile or immobile, which has a roof over it and is designed to be occupied by people lodging together therein at night, together with the curtilage thereof. (c) “Conveyance” means any motor vehicle, ship, vessel, railroad car, trailer, aircraft, or sleeping car. (d) “Convicted” means a determination of guilt which is the result of a trial or the entry of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, regardless of whether adjudication is withheld. (2)(a) A person 18 years of age or older who intentionally lures or entices, or attempts to lure or entice, a child under the age of 12 into a structure, dwelling, or conveyance for other than a lawful purpose commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s or s (b) A person 18 years of age or older who, having been previously convicted of a violation of paragraph (a), intentionally lures or entices, or attempts to lure or entice, a child under the age of 12 into a structure, dwelling, or conveyance for other than a lawful purpose commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s , s , or s (c) A person 18 years of age or older who, having been previously convicted of a violation of chapter 794, s , or s (5), or a violation of a similar law of another jurisdiction, intentionally lures or entices, or attempts to lure or entice, a child under the age of 12 into a structure, dwelling, or conveyance for other than a lawful purpose commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s , s , or s (3) It is an affirmative defense to a prosecution under this section that: (a) The person reasonably believed that his or her action was necessary to prevent the child from being seriously injured. (b) The person lured or enticed, or attempted to lure or entice, the child under the age of 12 into a structure, dwelling, or conveyance for a lawful purpose. (c) The person’s actions were reasonable under the circumstances and the defendant did not have any intent to harm the health, safety, or welfare of the child.

7 Lets Recap Luring or enticing a child. (2)(a) A person 18 years of age or older who intentionally lures or entices, or attempts to lure or entice, a child under the age of 12 into a structure, dwelling, or conveyance for other than a lawful purpose commits a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s or s Yvonne Howard by her own admission and with out parental consent as a finding of fact illegally signed a school document as guardian checking the box stating she was not. She then lured the child Sierra Kirk into the truck to kidnap her an commit interference with custody taking her to a still undisclosed to this date location Yvonne hid her with the assistance of Scarlett Davidson to seek an illegal grandparent adoption Ruled as kidnapping by the Supreme Court of the United states of America

8 Interference with custody 1) Whoever, without lawful authority, knowingly or recklessly takes or entices, or aids, abets, hires, or otherwise procures another to take or entice, any minor or any incompetent person from the custody of the minor's or incompetent person's parent, his or her guardian, a public agency having the lawful charge of the minor or incompetent person, or any other lawful custodian commits the offense of interference with custody and commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s , s , or s (2) In the absence of a court order determining rights to custody or visitation with any minor or with any incompetent person, any parent of the minor or incompetent person, whether natural or adoptive, stepparent, legal guardian, or relative of the minor or incompetent person who has custody thereof and who takes, detains, conceals, or entices away that minor or incompetent person within or without the state with malicious intent to deprive another person of his or her right to custody of the minor or incompetent person commits a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s , s , or s (3) A subsequently obtained court order for custody or visitation does not affect application of this section.

9 Lets Recap Interference with custody Self Explanatory Any Questions?

10 Removing minors from state or concealing minors contrary to state agency order or court order. (1) It is unlawful for any person, in violation of a court order, to lead, take, entice, or remove a minor beyond the limits of this state, or to conceal the location of a minor, with personal knowledge of the order. (2) It is unlawful for any person, with criminal intent, to lead, take, entice, or remove a minor beyond the limits of this state, or to conceal the location of a minor, during the pendency of any action or proceeding affecting custody of the minor, after having received notice as required by law of the pendency of the action or proceeding, without the permission of the court in which the action or proceeding is pending. (3) It is unlawful for any person to knowingly and willfully lead, take, entice, or remove a minor beyond the limits of this state, or to knowingly and willfully conceal the location of a minor, during the pendency of a dependency proceeding affecting such minor or during the pendency of any investigation, action, or proceeding concerning the alleged abuse or neglect of such minor, after having received actual or constructive notice of the pendency of such investigation, action, or proceeding and without the permission of the state agency or court in which the investigation, action, or proceeding is pending. (4) It is unlawful for any person, who has carried beyond the limits of this state any minor whose custody is involved in any action or proceeding pending in this state pursuant to the order of the court in which the action or proceeding is pending or pursuant to the permission of the court, thereafter, to fail to produce the minor in the court or deliver the minor to the person designated by the court. (5) It is a defense under this section that a person who leads, takes, entices, or removes a minor beyond the limits of the state reasonably believes that his or her action was necessary to protect the minor from child abuse as defined in s (6) Any person who violates this section is guilty of a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s , s , or s

11 Lets Recap Removing minors from state or concealing minors contrary to state agency order or court order. Self Explanatory Any Questions? Answer: Finding of fact Case DP Yvonne was hiding the child.

12 Define Lobotomy? Damaging or altering the frontal lobe of the brain. Surgery replaced by anti-psychotic psychotropic drugs. Such as thorazine & Risperdal Typical & Atypical

13 Typical & Atypical? Typical = more side effects Atypical= Less side effects How do I know? I did the research? How?

14 Research is done in 2 ways by participating or researching. More on this in a minute. Expert witness? Lets define: its through knowledge or experience.

15 I’ve got 23 years experience first hand experience. Doctors learn through research feedback from volunteers I’ve volunteered involuntarily and voluntarily.

16 I am bipolar by way of man made through drugs that altered my brain chemical make up at the age of Sierra now.

17 However being bipolar to be treated requires full education on the disease to be treated effectively the patient I.E. me has to give the doctor the information so they can treat you effectively.

18 Participating in research also helps with learning more about bipolar disorder and the drugs used to treat them it requires the bipolar person to report the side effects not the doctor as they don’t take drugs.

19 By way of the people who were supposed to protect me as a child being the abusers I do my homework before seeing a doctor so I choose one I can trust.

20 You can get all kinds of research and facts at bipolar.com Bipolarliving.com The national mental health association. Libraries.

21 Encyclopedias The history of mental health shows the brutal things as psychiatry had its quack dark days I lived some of that.

22 Universal Health Care systems Owned these institutions. They killed a lot of kids. Some my friends.

23 It was wrote up as failure to care. One died and they were so foolish they wrote it on the chart but didn’t take him to the hospital till 2 hours later.

24 She let this become public knowledge but they broke her arm trying to give her an enema. Why because they just got done sodomizing her.

25 Tess Haser was raped we stuck together through it all I saved her along with me. Joshua Williams too.

26 Crystal Pendleton Crystal Harris Marlene Jason Wolf Many more Why?

27 All abandoned, but because of drug company kickback never reported. Perfect test subjects. Question?

28 Yes I reported it didn’t sue cause I had enough but went for legislation. Good thing I took politics a 7 huh? George Bush Senior?

29 Signed presidential legislation in 1994 to end this illegal drugging of children the drugging you have allowed. One being The federal Child Medication Safety Act was passed in 2004 States began to consider and pass legislation regarding parental notification and consent. They closed all facilities but one.

30 Off-label use is the prescribing of a medication in a different dose, for a longer duration of time, or for a different medical indication and/or age group than recommended in the prescribing information. Although the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves a drug for a specific indication, the physician has discretion to prescribe it as indicated above, or in combination with other medications in the treatment of patients. Off-label use of psychotropic drugs in children, such as prescribing many of these medications for children under five years of age, is a common practice. Indeed, some 80% of all medications – not just psychotropics – lack adequate safety and efficacy data for children.37 Clinicians are well aware of the risks, or should be. According to the American Psychiatric Association, “new research findings, clinical experience, and the child’s and parent’s personal preferences are factors considered by physicians when deciding the appropriate medications to pre-scribe.

31 Prescription for ‘off-label’purposes of any medication should be made only after a comprehensive evaluation has been made, other forms of therapy (or combination of ) have been considered, and must be monitored closely.”38 The literature is replete with calls for more research and caution in the off-label use of psychotropic medications for children and adolescents. Drug companies, however, have little financial incentive to fund this research, since drugs approved by the FDA for adults can be used in children. Meanwhile, many physicians find themselves under increasing pressure to write prescriptions that promise quick relief and neat solutions for complex conditions that are hard to diagnose and even harder to treat with one- size-fits-all algorithms of care. Winter 2003, St. Luke’s Health Initiatives,

32 The increase in the use of psychotropic medications among children and adolescents occurs in the broader context of the growth of pharmaceutical use generally: Americans spent about $190 billion on prescription drugs in 2004 – about four times what they spent in (REF. 19) It is estimated the U.S. pharmaceutical market is $250 billion today. From 1993 to 2003, the number of prescription drugs purchased in the U.S. rose 70%, while the U.S. population grew 13%. Average number of prescriptions per capita increased from 7.8 to (REF. 20 )

33 The annual number of U.S. children ages 2-18 prescribed antipsychotic drugs jumped five-fold from 1995 to 2002 to an estimated 2.5 million. More than half of these prescriptions were written for behavioral indications or affective disorders, for which anti-psychotics have not been carefully studied in children. Almost one-third of these prescriptions were written by pediatricians or family medicine physicians. (Ref. 10) Between 2000 and 2002, more than 90% of prescriptions were for the newer atypical antipsychotic medications, which were introduced in the 1990s. (Ref. 11 I’m an Expert witness)

34 My Abandoned Nightmare 1970s-1980s – Development, testing and application of further refinements of existing agents and new agents in children: stimulants, antidepressants (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs), antipsychotics, “minor” tranquilizers, anticonvulsants. The gradual acceptance (at least in the “established scientific order”) of specific diagnostic criteria for psychiatric disorders (DSM-III, 1980); the development of a number of assessment instruments and a considerable broadening of the conditions considered responsive to medication (depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, Tourette’s Syndrome, eating disorders, aggressive conduct disorders, separation anxiety disorders). Also, a growing attention to, and public concern over, the immediate and longer term adverse effects of medications, especially in children.

35 My Man Made Bipolar Birth 1990s-2000s – Mainstream prescribing practices of psychotropic meds for children and adolescents, which began to emerge in the 70s and 80s, get into full gear, stoked by aggressive marketing by pharmaceutical companies. Advances in medication lines (serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, or SNRIs; atypical antipsychotics, etc.) continue; so do concerns about indiscriminate diagnoses, the so-called medicalization of a wide range of childhood behavior into disorders amenable to pharmacological intervention, treating symptoms with pharmacologic agents in the absence of any mental health diagnosis, and the safety and efficacy of the newer medications.

36 The use of psychotropic medications by children and adolescents is reaching epidemic proportions as the result of spurious diagnoses, the medicalization of what are often normal aspects of behavior, the rapaciousness of an out-of- control drug industry, a quick-fix culture, and the need for immediate social therapy and control in the absence of family and community-based involvement in the lives of their children. The risks of using these medications with children are not known, especially over the long term, and there is growing evidence of their danger. There are ethical concerns in both prescribing such medications and engaging in further clinical research when the subjects are often unable to consent to their own treatment. News Flash Risperdal is an old drug not new it was tested on me in the 90’s without parental consent.

37 The second issue is that of informed consent and human rights. One doesn’t have to buy into the agenda and ideology of the Church of Scientology to affirm the basic human rights of all individuals, including children, and the rights of parents to be both fully informed of, and to consent to, any screening and treatment for children under their charge. No one in the mental health community disputes this.

38 “These are normal children in many cases. Teachers just don’t want to deal with them, so they drug them and sit them in the corner so they’ll be quiet, while we destroy those beautiful little minds.” — Legislator

39 “These are normal children in many cases. Psychotropic medications can be defined as drugs that affect the psychic function, behavior and experience of a person using them.1 Other definitions stress the effect of psychotropic drugs on mind, emotions and behavior; or use the term ‘psychoactive’to refer to the “active” effects of these drugs on mental experiences and behavior. (REF. 2)

40 ANTIPSYCHOTIC MEDICATIONS Drugs such as: Haldol (haloperidol), Seroquel (quetiapine) and Risperdal (risperidone) that are used to treat bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, autism, Tourette’s syndrome and severe conduct disorders and aggression in children and adults.

41 What does it mean to be ‘human?’

42 At a deeper level, however, all of the ethical issues concerning the use of psychotropic medications among the young are manifestations of a more fundamental quandary: the untold consequences of intervening in the human psyche for the development of the self and what it means to be fully “human.”

43 On the other hand, there are other cases where the use of these medications might in fact sever the connection between lived experience and emotional effect: rather than go through the pain and discomfort of stressful moments, grief or thwarted needs and desires, we take medications to smooth the rough edges and sail through the day. The use of psycho-tropic drugs in this way by adults is one thing, but it is entirely another for children, whose concept of self and development of ‘character’ is in its formative stage. What are the consequences of raising a generation whose lived experience has been chemically medi-ated to the point where the very notions of ‘self’ and ‘self-control’ rest on a technological, and not a ‘human,’ construct?

44 Character and Lived Experience But there is something in this view of what it means to be ‘human’ that doesn’t feel right. Feelings, which are an essential part of our moral life, are often difficult, if not impossible, to put into words, and to use feelings alone as the basis of moral argument is unacceptable where fundamental premises and conclusions are in dispute. Nonetheless, many people might express their misgivings about the increasing use of psychotropic medications among children and adolescents in this way: To be fully human is to realize the breadth of possibilities and limitations from living in a natural world. It is to experience pain as well as joy, sorrow as well as happiness, barriers as well as opportu- nities. It is through the lived struggle of human experience that character is formed, and through the formation of character that life achieves its richest meaning and dignity. To the degree that the use of psychotropic medications may be prescribed in children as a substitute for that lived struggle, the development of character – and hence human meaning – is diminished.

45 We return to the same conclusion again and again. If we are concerned about the growing and indiscriminate use of powerful medications to treat young children, but are enamored with the power of “market forces” to address this and related issues without providing sufficient public resources to fund the necessary research and mental health services free of special interests, we shouldn’t be surprised when, in the end, nothing changes.

46 Conclusions and Recommendations Children, adolescents and psychotropic medications is a flashpoint issue in American health care because it encompasses all of the incendiary triggers: the desire for perfection and control, the obsession with technological enhancement and the quick fix, the fragmentation of mind and body in two separate systems of care, misaligned financial incentives, the industrialization of medical care, the legitimacy of disorders and diagnoses, and changing conceptions of self, society and what it means to be fully human. Ask somebody whether they think children should be taking psychotropic medications, and you will soon be deep into the psyche of American culture itself. We have presented a 30,000 foot fly-over of some of these triggers here, each of which could be the subject of a more thorough and critical examination in its own right. Our intent has been to map the territory, not to mount an expedition. All the same, we’ve reached some conclusions on where the fault points in the territory lie, and offer recommendations for policy and practice in the spirit of further inquiry and learning.

47 Efficacy and Safety All conclusions about the efficacy and safety of using psychotropic medications to treat disorders in children assumes thorough diagnosis, treatment and monitoring by a highly trained and competent healthcare professional. If we can’t guarantee this, these medications should not be used.

48 EDUCATE, EDUCATE, EDUCATE. There is no substitute for informed parents, teachers, school officials, health providers, policy leaders and other groups who are up to speed on the facts, fallacies and ambiguities concerning the use of psychotropic medications among children and adolescents. Professional advocacy and professional associations need to lead the way in a highly visible and carefully orchestrated campaign that is built on an open dialogue between contesting parties and views, and not on the “us versus them” framework that dominates the debate today. Other things that might be pursued: educating new teachers about these issues before they enter the classroom, introducing more medical students to behavioral health issues in practice rotations, and providing accessible, understandable information for parents and other caregivers to counter what may be perceived as biased information from drug companies and/or other special interest groups.

49 MORE CAUTION. First, “do no harm.” With many unanswered questions remaining about the efficacy, safety and long-term effects of the prolonged use of psychotropic medications among children, all of the institutional actors must put the “whole child” first. We should consider pharmacotherapy with caution, while acknowledg- ing that medication is hardly ever a panacea or complete solution to the web of complex biochemical, social, physical and environmental factors that affect a child’s development.

50 There is no substitute for informed parents, teachers, school officials, health providers, policy leaders and other groups who are up to speed on the facts, fallacies and ambiguities concerning the use of psychotropic medications among children and adolescents.

51 Sources and Notes 1 Anderson, DM, et. al., Mosby’s Medical, Nursing and Allied Health Dictionary, 6th ed., St. Louis, Mosby, A Dictionary of Psychology, Oxford: Oxford University Press, See the medications chart published by the National Institute of Mental Health, 4 Harmon, A., “Young, Assured and Playing Pharmacist to Friends,” NYTimes, Nov. 16, At the risk of oversimplification, most of these short “bullets” are adapted from Wiener, J., “Historical Overview of Childhood and Adolescent Psychopharmacology,” in Wiener, J., ed., Diagnosis and Psychopharmacology of Childhood and Adolescent Disorders, Wiley, 1985, pp Rosack, J., “New Data Show Declines in Antidepressant Prescribing,” Psychiatric News (American Psychiatric Association), Sept. 2, Wong, I., Archives of Disease in Childhood, December 2004, Reported in Psychiatric News, Dec. 17, 2004.

52 8 This is a general estimate and should be interpreted with caution. See Cohen, D., et. al., “Medications as Social Phenomena,” Health, 2001, Vol. 5(4): p. 452 for an estimate of about six million in It can be conservatively estimated at seven million in 2004 and would presumably be even higher today. 9 Thomas, C., et. al., “Trends in the Use of psychotropic Medications Among Adolescents, 1994 to 2001,” Psychiatric Services, January 2006, 57(1): Cooper, W., et. al., “Trends in Prescribing of Antipsychotic Medications for U.S. Children,” Ambulatory Pediatrics, March-April 2006, 6: (2), pp Olfson, M., et. al., “National Trends in the Outpatient Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Antipsychotic Drugs,” Archives of General Psychiatry, 2006, 63: pp American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2006 press release,

53 13 Referenced in Bauer, A., et. al., “School Counselors and Psychotropic Medication: Assessing Training, Experience and School Policy Issues,” Professional School Counseling, February 2004, p Woodworth, T., Testimony of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) before Congress, May 16, Referenced in Okie, S., “ADHD in Adults,” New England Journal of Medicine, June 22, 2006, 354:25, p Zuvekas, S., et. al., “Recent Trends in Stimulant Medication Use Among U.S. Children,” American Journal of Psychiatry, 2006, 163: pp Referenced in Singh, I., “Doing Their Jobs: Mothering with Ritalin in a Culture of Mother-Blame,” Social Science and Medicine, September 2004, 59(6): Kratochvil, C., et. al., “Pharmacological Management of Preschool ADHD,” Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, January 2006, 45(1):

54 19 Smith, C., et. al., “National Health Spending in 2004: Recent Slowdown Led By Prescription Drug Spending,” Health Affairs, Jan- Feb 2004, Vol. 25, No. 1, p “Prescription Drug Trends,” Kaiser Family Foundation Fact Sheet, October Referenced in Ibid. 22 Reuters Health Information, April Referenced in 23 “Health Spending Projections,” Health Affairs, Feb. 11, “Prescription Drug Trend Dives to Seven-Year Low,” a Medco Report, May 2006, 25 Patel, N., et. al., “Unanswered Questions Regarding Atypical Antipsychotic Use in Aggressive Children and Adolescents,” Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 2005, Vol. 15(2), p. 279.

55 26 See, for example, Rapoport, J., ed., Childhood Onset of “Adult” Psychopathology, American Psychiatric Press, 2000 for a collection of relevant essays and research findings. 27 Chen, K., et. al., “Prevalence and Co-Occurrence of Psychiatric Symptom Clusters in the U.S. Population Using DISC PredictiveScales,” Clinical Practice and Epidemiology in Mental Health, 2005, 1:22, df. 28 Gruttardaro, D., Miller, J., Children and Psychotropic Medicine: Task Force Report, June 2004, National Alliance on Mental Illness, 29 Davidson, S., Manion, I., Youth and Mental Illness, Canadian Psychiatric Association, Depression in Children and Young People, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, Great Britain, 2005,

56 31 Referenced in Thomas, C., op. cit. 32 “Parental Reports of Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties,” America’s Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics, 2005, 33 Singh, I., op. cit. 34 Depression Among Adolescents, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, 2005, 35 Rifkin, A., “Adolescents With Depression,” JAMA, 2004, 292, pp Biederman, J., et. al., “Aripiprazole in the Treatment of Pediatric Bipolar Disorder,” CNS Spectrum (International Journal of Neuropsychiatric Medicine), February 2005, 10(2) pp ,

57 37 Jensen, P., “Ethical and Pragmatic Issues in the Use of Psychotropic Agents in Young Children,” Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 1998, 43: pp “Children, Mental Illness and Medicines,” Healthy Minds, American Psychiatric Association, 39 Thomas, C., op. cit. 40 Aparasu, R., Bhatara, V., “Antipsychotic Prescribing Trends Among Youths, ,” Psychiatric Services, August 2005, 58 (8), p Efron, D., et. al., “Prescribing of Psychotropic Medications for Children by Australian Pediatricians and Child Psychiatrists,” Pediatrics, Feb. 2003, 111 (2): pp

58 42 AHCCCS data were analyzed in Arizona Health Query (AzHQ), an integrated health data warehouse under the direction of the Center for Health Information and Research at Arizona State University, and principally funded by SLHI. It is important to note that AHCCCS data, which include primary care as well as behavioral health encounters, are different in kind and numbers from data in the Arizona Department of Health Services/Behavioral Health Services, which are limited to individuals enrolled in the state’s public behavioral health system. 43 We investigated some of the social and cultural differences in approaches to mental health in Mind, Mood and Message: Pathways in Community Behavioral Health, St. Luke’s Health Initiatives, January 2005, available at 44 Gruttadaro, D., op. cit. 45 Reported in USA Today, May 25, “AACAPUrges FDA to Expand Research on ADHD Medications,” American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,

59 47 Brown, R., et. al., “Treatment of Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder: Overview of the Evidence,” Pediatrics, 2005, 115: p. e HealthDay News, March 22, 2006, accessed on Medline Plus, 49 Nissen, S., “ADHD Drugs and Cardiovascular Risk,” New England Journal of Medicine, April 6, 2006, 354: 14, pp The Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study (TADS). Referenced in Raz, A., “Perspectives on the Efficacy of Antidepressants for Child and Adolescent Depression,” Public Library of Science (PLOS), January 2006, (3): 1, p Ibid., p In one study, early exposure to fluoxetine produced abnormal emotional behaviors in adult mice. Referenced in Ibid., p Rosack, J., “Data Refute Link Between Suicide, Antidepressants,” Psychiatric News, American Psychiatric Association, Jan. 20, 2006, 41: (2), p. 18.

60 54 Rosack, J., “Report Questions FDA’s Conclusions on Suicide Risk,” Psychiatric News, Jan. 6, 2006, 41: (1), pp Biederman, J., op. cit. 56 Patel, N., op. cit. 57 Ibid., p Ibid., p Chen, K., op. cit. 60 Cited in McLeod, J., et. al., “Public Attitudes Toward the Use of Psychiatric Medications for Children, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, March 2004, 45: (1), pp Depression Among Adolescents, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), NSDUH report, 2005, available at 62 Ibid. 63 “Parental Reports of Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties,” op. cit. 64 McLeod, J., op. cit.

61 65 Ibid. 66 Kaplan, R., “Changing Diagnostic Thresholds and the Definition of Disease,” American Psychological Association Division 38 Symposium, August 7, Conrad, P., Potter, D., “From Hyperactive Children to ADHD Adults: Observations On the Explanation of Medical Categories,” Social Problems, November 2000, 47(4): pp Ibid. 69 Cosgrove, L., et. al., “Financial Ties Between DSM-IV Panel Members and the Pharmaceutical Industry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, April 2006, 75: pp Harris, J., “The Increased Diagnosis of ‘Juvenile Bipolar Disorder: What Are We Treating?” Psychiatric Services, May 2005, 56: pp Safer, D., et. al., “Concomitant Psychotropic Medication for Youths,” American Journal of Psychiatry, March 2003, 160: pp

62 72 Kanapaux, W., “Managing in a Managed Care World,” Psychiatric Times, August 2003, XX: 8, Kim, W.J., “Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Workforce: A Critical Shortage and National Challenge,” Academic Psychiatry, Winter 2003, 27:4, pp Rimza, M., et. al., The Arizona Psychiatric Physician Workforce Study, Center for Health Information and Research, 2005, Arizona State University. 75 Cooper, R., “Where Is Psychiatry Going and Who Is Going There?” Academic Psychiatry, Winter 2003, 27:4, p Friedman, R., “The Changing Face of Teenage Drug Abuse – The Trend Toward Prescription Drugs,” New England Journal of Medicine, April 6, 2006, 354: 14, pp Schneider, H, Eisenberg, D, “Who Receives a Diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in the United States Elementary School Population?” Pediatrics, April, 2006, 117:4, pp. e601-e609.

63 78 Cohen, E., “Conservative Bioethics and the Search for Wisdom,” Hastings Center Report, January-February 2006, 36:1, p Deyo, R., Patrick, D., “Balancing the Hope and Hype of New Drugs and Medical Technology,” Research in Profile, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigative Awards in Health Policy Research, 15:1, February, Ibid. 81 Quoted in Gruttadaro, D., Miller, J., op. cit. 82 Quoted in Redhead, C., “President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health: Recommendations for Screening and Treating Children and Subsequent FY2005 Appropriations,” Congressional Research Service Memorandum, December 15, View the bill summary as submitted to the Governor at 84 See Barry, C., et. al., “The Costs of Mental Health Parity: Still an Impediment?” Health Affairs, May/June 2006, 25:3, pp

64 85 See The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome: Integration and Behavioral Health, Winter 2003, St. Luke’s Health Initiatives,

65 Scary I’m still working in it. The last one. Ground Zero. Laurel Heights and don’t bother they shredded all our records.

66 Now they provide therapeutic foster care for abandoned children. Forget the and stuff. It’s ok.

67 Now DSS puts them there and abandons them and its legal? Why do I know so much? Because I started half the groups to end corruption that involves abusing children.

68 Qualifies me why? Post Traumatic Stress disorder from what? DCF up north is DSS. Foster Care? Abuse?

69 Child Coercion by mother? Illegal Lobotomy with thorazine so I couldn’t tell? What’s Shocking?

70 Beatings? Degradation? And more…. By Who?

71 DSS, DCF, Foster Care, Boys Home, Emergency Shelter, Charter Lakes, Charter Academy, Laurel Heights, Some I cant remember where P.T.S.D. and pharmaceutical lobotomy. They used these drugs and restraints for the purposes of not being able to fight back Why?

72 My mother got me from my dad abandoned me there and used me as a paycheck. These drugs were used to shut me up. I began to play stupid and they lessened the doses and then I got to a phone. 7 years of my life I used to think wasted but I learned that nothing worse could ever happen so I can survive anything. Because of what you are about to allow Yvonne to do my mom was a good liar too This was made possible.

73 The brain fights back when you introduce these drugs and tries to produce more of the chemical that Risperdal blocks. When this happens after long term use the developing brain of a child learns to create more hence creating bipolar disorder. Sick & Disgusted yet wait for it Dad’s pissed.

74 The only way to deal with P.T.S.D. Is to face it learn more about it and how to prevent it from occurring again.

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76 DEFINITION of the TERM: Emotional/Psychological Abuse Emotional/Psychological abuse is referred to in the professional literature by many interchangeable terms such as: emotional abuse, covert abuse, psychological maltreatment, coercive abuse, abuse by proxy, and ambient abuse. Psychological maltreatment is a concerted attack by an adult on a child’s development of self and social competence, a pattern of psychically destructive behavior to the child. (Garbarino, et al, 1986, as cited in Tomison & Tucci, 1997). Psychological abuse can be defined as a repeated pattern of damaging interactions between parent(s) and child that becomes typical of the relationship… when a person conveys to a child that he or she is worthless, flawed, unloved, unwanted, endangered, or only of value in meeting another’s needs (Kairys & Johnson, 2002).

77 Emotional abuse is the systematic, patterned and chronic abuse that is used by a perpetrator to lower a victim's sense of self, self-worth and power (Mezey, Post & Maxwell, 2002). It [psychological/emotional abuse] is most damaging to children, who are not aware, nor have control over, the pattern of relationships surrounding them, is almost always a precursor or accompaniment to physical aggression, and is based on maintaining consistent power and control over time (Garbarino, 1994).

78 Prevalence of Emotional Abuse Emotional/Psychological abuse can alone but is also always a component of physical or sexual abuse. Indeed, it is the emotional/psychological abuse component of physical and sexual abuse which is most damaging to children and leads to the long term harmful consequences of such abuse. The United States National Incidence Study of Child Abuse and Neglect reports an overall rate of child maltreatment of 1.5 million children. – 204,500 of these children are recorded for emotional abuse – 212,800 of the 1.5 million children are recorded under the category of emotional neglect (Sedlak & Broadhurst, 1996)

79 Emotional/psychological abuse is the most common form of child abuse. According to Doyle’s Child Abuse Review which surveyed a population of 504 respondents, 29% had been emotionally abused by caregivers compared to the 9% who had been sexually abused and the 14% who had been physically abused (Doyle, 1997). Children raised in homes where they are exposed to domestic violence between the parents but are never hit themselves experience the same emotional and behavior problems associated with verbal/emotional abuse, i.e., exposure to marital abuse is a form of emotional/psychological abuse of children.

80 Behaviors of Emotional/Psychological Abusers Psychological/emotional abuse involves behavior patterns that involve one or all of the following: Rejecting, Degrading, Terrorizing, Isolating, Corrupting/Exploiting, Denying Emotional Responsiveness (Garbarino, 1994). Examples of these behaviors includes encouraging children to develop behavior that is self-destructive, behavior that is threatening or is likely to place the child or child’s loved ones in danger, ignoring a child’s attempt to interact, interacting without emotion, and preventing a child from interacting with other children or adults outside of the home (Garbarino et al, 1986).

81 Name calling, threatening to kill the victim's family or pet; controlling access to finances; isolating the victim from family and friends; coercing the victim to perform degrading, humiliating or illegal acts; interfering with job, medical or educational opportunities; or making the victim feel powerless and ashamed (Mezey, Post & Maxwell, 2002). Perpetrators of emotional/psychological abuse often consciously employ a strategy called, “gaslighting” in which they present an alternate reality to their victims, police, therapists and judges. Fluffy at my house you know the pet? Yvonne tried to kill!

82 Gaslighting involves denying what occurred, offering plausible but untrue accounts of what occurred, or suggesting the victim is imagining things, exaggerating or lying. Gaslighting strategies leave victims doubting their own perceptions, memory or sanity and serve to confuse police, judges and therapists into inaction or worse, supporting the abuser, while leaving the victims feeling helpless and alone against the abuse (Forward, 2003; Engel, 2002, Stern, 2007).

83 Monopolization of perceptions is often part of the abuser’s brainwashing-like tactics whereby the abuser insists upon the children also believe what he/she says is true and that they’re perceptions, opinions or ideas are mistaken or unworthy. (Loring, 1997) Constant criticism, demeaning behaviors, threats, use of male/parent privilege, withholding affection or threatening abandonment for non-compliance with abuser’s demands and personal humiliation are further consistent, on-going tactics of the emotional/psychological abuser (Pilowsky, 1993; Parkeer, 1996; Follingstad, 1990; Marshall, 1996; Hoffman, 1984; Alexander, 1993, Chang, 1996; Jacko, 1995; Loring, 1997). The continuous and unrelenting pattern of emotional abuse is often interspersed with warmth and kindness to create an “in and out” of bonding, “crazy making” experience for the children and spouse. (Loring, 1997).

84 Dr. Williamson said yes it is signs but being paid by Yvonne and her attorney He Lied and admitted he had knowledge of other reports. He stated he did not read them nor did he wish to receive them. He stated he was not aware of video then stated he received a fax stating there was a video he lied again. Well ladies and gentlemen of the court prepare your selves as there are holes in all of the petitioners stories, testimonies and petitions. I know more about psychology and psychiatry than anyone currently in this court and after this presentation Lillian shall qualify me as an expert witness. I would say enjoy but you will be appalled at this next fact in comparison to Dr. Williamson’s bias report though it states facts covered up.

85 Behavioral Symptoms of Children Victimized by Psychological/Emotional Abuse Research indicates that abuse/maltreatment of any type adversely affects children’s academic achievement, cognitive skills and social/psychological adjustment (Kendall-Tackett & Eckenrode, 1996; Kendall-Tackett, Meyer & Findelhor, 1993; Oddone, Genuis & Violato, 2001). Research finds that exposure to high levels of inter- parental conflict is harmful to children (including covert conflict such as placing the child in the middle of conflicts) resulting in higher levels of behavior problems, poorer academic achievement and higher levels of emotional distress (Amato, 2000; Amato & Resac, 1994; Pruett, et al, 2003 and Adamson & parley, 2006).

86 Verbal/emotional aggression by parents is more strongly related to children’s aggression and interpersonal problems than is physical aggression (Strauss, et al, 1991) The most common symptomatic outcomes found with children exposed to emotional/psychological abuse are eating disorders, substance abuse, aggressive behavior, withdrawal, criminal activity, suicide and self harm (Doyle, 1997).

87 Research finds that as the amount of verbal/emotional abuse by parents increases the probability of children’s behavior problems also increases including aggressive behaviors, delinquency and interpersonal conflicts. Fear, isolation, withdrawal, feelings of abandonment and helplessness, overly compliant/submissive behavior, self- blaming, and humiliation are common responses of children to emotional/psychological abuse (Tomison & Tucci, 1997).

88 Without further delay let us begin: This father says not my child NO MORE!!!!!!!!!

89 To Clarify Joseph Kirk Said Im willing to take a drug test And Judge Crawford Said Sierra can skip pizza parties and stuff it is not to interfere with visitation unless educational. The next slide will show why when judge said to be continued Scarlett has been allowed to lie and say it was a final hearing June 28 th 2010 When after the next slide we will show Judge Crawford saying Temporary order and Continued till trial. You know the trial the parent have yet to see that they got to present their side but we have been silenced. This is criminal federally criminal activity. Now lets watch…….

90 Dear Mr. Rigby I am in receipt of your motion to withdraw Here are the summer camp field trip schedules….. The setup faxed 2 days before June 25 th on June 23 rd Dear Mr. Rigby I am in receipt of your motion to withdraw Here are the summer camp field trip schedules….. The setup faxed 2 days before June 25 th on June 23 rd Scarlett entered a knowingly fraudulent Schedule to interfere

91 June 23 rd was not availble I was incoherent for asking why she attended this as it wasn’t her school Faxed the day she supposedly attended I got more visitation so lets shop for interference Thursday unavailable scratched out Friday pizza parties and made it Thursday? Wasn’t this ordered to be given at the beginning of the month? And doesn’t she skip pizza parties? Why was I silenced and my witnesses not heard? Self explanatory? June 23 rd was not availble I was incoherent for asking why she attended this as it wasn’t her school Faxed the day she supposedly attended I got more visitation so lets shop for interference Thursday unavailable scratched out Friday pizza parties and made it Thursday? Wasn’t this ordered to be given at the beginning of the month? And doesn’t she skip pizza parties? Why was I silenced and my witnesses not heard? Self explanatory?

92 Did anyone but me realize this was faxed from Yvonne’s work Can we wake up? A 1 ½ months after the hearing at which made statements in this report that didn’t exist at the time. Scarlet stated in court they never met knew or spoke. faxed on the same date printed 08/02/ am Faxed by Yvonne 08/02/ :36am It states I don’t drive due to my illness? I don’t drive due to a 5 year revocation that is up. Did anyone but me realize this was faxed from Yvonne’s work Can we wake up? A 1 ½ months after the hearing at which made statements in this report that didn’t exist at the time. Scarlet stated in court they never met knew or spoke. faxed on the same date printed 08/02/ am Faxed by Yvonne 08/02/ :36am It states I don’t drive due to my illness? I don’t drive due to a 5 year revocation that is up.

93 Shall We Begin? June 28 th 2010 Excerpts

94 Scarlett received a call from me after receiving the text from her client saying I couldn’t have Sierra for the weekend I said are you kidding me she stated I guess you’ll have to wait until Monday. I said your client is in contempt so you file this as she had advised her client due to the lawyer wording in Yvonne’s text message Lets Continue shall we

95 How we are used to doing it? How this court does it? Attention! It’s How the law says do it Scarlett.

96 Lets Recap How many times did Yvonne Commit Perjury? July 25 th 2010 Let’s look at her interrogatories

97 Now The Truth About Illegal Grand Parent Adoptions I saw it filed it and everyone ignored it But Scarlett knew exactly what it was first lets forget about the law in her own statement then we will rewind to the petition she says she didn’t understand But she did and then we’ll examine that petition as they have now openly admitted

98 Shall We Begin? Sierra Kirk’s Proof of Harm Frontal lobe brain damage

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105 Societal Costs of Abuse Childhood victims of abuse and neglect are significantly more likely to be arrested as juveniles or adults for non-traffic offenses and violent crimes (National Center on Child Abuse & Neglect, 1995). Preventative measures need to occur to stop the cycle of psychological harm occurring in families with young children. Without intervention, children living with families who are psychologically manipulative and abusive will suffer long-lasting effects on their mental health and well-being (Bifulco et al., 2002). This ultimately results in higher health care costs and judicial time and expense.

106 Childhood psychological abuse is highly related to chronic or recurrent adult depression, delinquency, aggression, suicidal behavior, personality disorders and child victimization (Bifulco, et. al, 2002) resulting in costly medical expenses for treatment and juvenile justice involvement. Research has shown emotional abuse to be a strong indicator of increased risk for psychiatric and physical illnesses among adult females (Spertus, et al, 2003).

107 Children who suffer emotional abuse often grow into adults who see themselves through the eyes of the abuser carrying a sense of inadequacy and worthlessness that negatively impacts their job performance, marital and social relationships and increases antisocial behaviors (National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence, 2007).

108 Long term Consequences · Juvenile and adult criminal activities · Mental health services $69 Billion per year · Domestic violence · Substance abuse services Direct Costs · Child Welfare System costs to investigate allegations · Treatment costs $24 Billion per year · Teen pregnancy (Prevention Child Abuse, 2001)

109 Mania, or a manic episode, is defined by the 4th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) as a distinct period of abnormally and persistently elevated, expansive, or irritable mood lasting at least one week (or less if hospitalization is necessary) and consisting of three or more of the following (four if the mood is irritable only):Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) inflated self-esteem or grandiosity decreased need for sleep (e.g., feeling rested after only 3 hours of sleep) more talkative than usual or feeling pressure to keep talking racing thoughts or thoughts that seem to jump from topic to topic distractibility (e.g., attention is easily drawn to unimportant details) increased goal-directed activity (either socially, at school or work, or sexually) or psychomotor agitation excessive involvement in pleasurable activities that have a high potential for negative consequences (e.g., going on buying sprees, foolish business investments, promiscuous sex). These symptoms must be severe enough to significantly impair the individual's functioning in work, school, or social relationships (or must require hospitalization or include psychotic features) and must not be due to the effects of a substance or general medical condition to qualify as a manic episode. Pronunciation: MAIN-ee-ah

110 Lets Examine According to Florida Statute Petition for termination of parental rights; filing; elements. (1) All proceedings seeking an adjudication to terminate parental rights pursuant to this chapter must be initiated by the filing of an original petition by the department, the guardian ad litem, or any other person who has knowledge of the facts alleged or is informed of them and believes that they are true. (2) The form of the petition is governed by the Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure. The petition must be in writing and signed by the petitioner or, if the department is the petitioner, by an employee of the department, under oath stating the petitioner’s good faith in filing the petition. (3) When a petition for termination of parental rights has been filed, the clerk of the court shall set the case before the court for an advisory hearing. (4) A petition for termination of parental rights filed under this chapter must contain facts supporting the following allegations: (a) That at least one of the grounds listed in s has been met (b) That the parents of the child were informed of their right to counsel at all hearings that they attended and that a dispositional order adjudicating the child dependent was entered in any prior dependency proceeding relied upon in offering a parent a case plan as described in s I apologize it wasn’t section (C) your Honor it was (B)

111 Lets Examine Now lets compare Florida State Statute respectfully as none of those requirements have been met. I had clear intent and purposes for calling Scarlett Davidson as a witness as to the petition I filed just as I dismissed Attorney Barry Rigby. The case law I provided in that petition was United States Supreme Court Case law on kidnapping to seek dependency for purposes of seeking adoption. They termed it legalized kidnapping and as a serious crime. I new then in month 2 what was going on yet no one would listen because they did not understand. In month 2 I did full extensive research on everyone in the court room and became very concerned of what Yvonne had told me and the information on Scarlett Davidson and the Organization Grand Parents Raising Grand Children. Violating her oath Scarlett has employed false evidence, discrimination, fear tactics, false witness inserting her self as a witness, extorted 33 dollars from me, this is exploiting a disabled person in Florida too, Served my standby attorney rather than me to gain days sometimes a week of time advantage, willfully aided numerous felonies upon the court state and child, and served notice of hearing simulating legal process as she only served me and Lillian (we didn’t know till we showed up for it Aug. 7 th 2010). She was not there but we served notice of hearing for the same day and time for my petitions so she did not show up for that reason.

112 Observe the following objectively. AS NONE HAVE BEEN MET.

113 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (1) Grounds for the termination of parental rights may be established under any of the following circumstances: (a) When the parent or parents have voluntarily executed a written surrender of the child and consented to the entry of an order giving custody of the child to the department for subsequent adoption and the department is willing to accept custody of the child. Highlight Here see perjury on temporary custody petition but grandma didn’t know about me Temporary custody was submitted under oath unknown But have admitted 2 blocks away. So they screwed up. See (B) below. (b)Abandonment as defined in s (1) or when the identity or location of the parent or parents is unknown and cannot be ascertained by diligent search within 60 days.39.01

114 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (c)When the parent or parents engaged in conduct toward the child or toward other children that demonstrates that the continuing involvement of the parent or parents in the parent-child relationship threatens the life, safety, well-being, or physical, mental, or emotional health of the child irrespective of the provision of services. Provision of services may be evidenced by proof that services were provided through a previous plan or offered as a case plan from a child welfare agency. Again Let’s Do a TPR and give the parents visitation? Can you say illegal grandparent adoption Malicious intent from day one?

115 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (e)When a child has been adjudicated dependent, a case plan has been filed with the court, and: 1. The child continues to be abused, neglected, or abandoned by the parent or parents. The failure of the parent or parents to substantially comply with the case plan for a period of 9 months after an adjudication of the child as a dependent child or the child’s placement into shelter care, whichever occurs first, constitutes evidence of continuing abuse, neglect, or abandonment unless the failure to substantially comply with the case plan was due to the parent’s lack of financial resources or to the failure of the department to make reasonable efforts to reunify the parent and child. The 9- month period begins to run only after the child’s placement into shelter care or the entry of a disposition order placing the custody of the child with the department or a person other than the parent and the court’s approval of a case plan having the goal of reunification with the parent, whichever occurs first;

116 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (e)When a child has been adjudicated dependent, a case plan has been filed with the court, and: 1. The child continues to be abused, neglected, or abandoned by the parent or parents. The failure of the parent or parents to substantially comply with the case plan for a period of 9 months after an adjudication of the child as a dependent child or the child’s placement into shelter care, whichever occurs first, constitutes evidence of continuing abuse, neglect, or abandonment unless the failure to substantially comply with the case plan was due to the parent’s lack of financial resources or to the failure of the department to make reasonable efforts to reunify the parent and child. The 9- month period begins to run only after the child’s placement into shelter care or the entry of a disposition order placing the custody of the child with the department or a person other than the parent and the court’s approval of a case plan having the goal of reunification with the parent, whichever occurs first;

117 Grounds for termination of parental rights. 2. The parent or parents have materially breached the case plan. Time is of the essence for permanency of children in the dependency system. In order to prove the parent or parents have materially breached the case plan, the court must find by clear and convincing evidence that the parent or parents are unlikely or unable to substantially comply with the case plan before time to comply with the case plan expires. How about that case plan? Let’s not be bias so I’ll use the Guardian Ad Litem notes Lets Examine?

118 Grounds for termination of parental rights. 2. The parent or parents have materially breached the case plan. Time is of the essence for permanency of children in the dependency system. In order to prove the parent or parents have materially breached the case plan, the court must find by clear and convincing evidence that the parent or parents are unlikely or unable to substantially comply with the case plan before time to comply with the case plan expires. How about that case plan? Let’s not be bias so I’ll use the Guardian Ad Litem notes Lets Examine?

119 Grounds for termination of parental rights. See (F) parent has cold from standing in rain with megaphone to try and stop and prevent this. (f)The parent or parents engaged in egregious conduct or had the opportunity and capability to prevent and knowingly failed to prevent egregious conduct that threatens the life, safety, or physical, mental, or emotional health of the child or the child’s sibling. Court prevented by denying parental right of decision making and giving illegal grandparent rights 1. As used in this subsection, the term “sibling” means another child who resides with or is cared for by the parent or parents regardless of whether the child is related legally or by consanguinity. 2. As used in this subsection, the term “egregious conduct” means abuse, abandonment, neglect, or any other conduct that is deplorable, flagrant, or outrageous by a normal standard of conduct. Egregious conduct may include an act or omission that occurred only once but was of such intensity, magnitude, or severity as to endanger the life of the child.

120 Grounds for termination of parental rights. Section (G) has been allowed to continue by Grandma. Again Parent has cold and sunburn from protesting to stop it. (g)The parent or parents have subjected the child or another child to aggravated child abuse as defined in s , sexual battery or sexual abuse as defined in s , or chronic abuse Again court denied parent to protect (h)The parent or parents have committed the murder, manslaughter, aiding or abetting the murder, or conspiracy or solicitation to murder the other parent or another child, or a felony battery that resulted in serious bodily injury to the child or to another child. Again the court allowed this the frontal lobe of the brain is a body part and Yvonne Howard is guilty as sin.

121 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (i) The parental rights of the parent to a sibling of the child have been terminated involuntarily. (j) The parent or parents have a history of extensive, abusive, and chronic use of alcohol or a controlled substance which renders them incapable of caring for the child, and have refused or failed to complete available treatment for such use during the 3-year period immediately preceding the filing of the petition for termination of parental rights. Section J doesn’t exist in this case not even an allegation.

122 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (k)A test administered at birth that indicated that the child’s blood, urine, or meconium contained any amount of alcohol or a controlled substance or metabolites of such substances, the presence of which was not the result of medical treatment administered to the mother or the newborn infant, and the biological mother of the child is the biological mother of at least one other child who was adjudicated dependent after a finding of harm to the child’s health or welfare due to exposure to a controlled substance or alcohol as defined in s (32)(g), after which the biological mother had the opportunity to participate in substance abuse treatment.39.01

123 Grounds for termination of parental rights. I didn’t have custody of child or the adjudication of being the father. So not this one either. Section (1) Below (l) On three or more occasions the child or another child of the parent or parents has been placed in out-of-home care pursuant to this chapter, and the conditions that led to the child’s out-of-home placement were caused by the parent or parents. However this applies to government placement not mom losing her home as Supreme court ruled allowing child with extended family member till on your feet was not grounds for dependency. The economy is bad 1 ½ years while she lived 2 blocks away? This is clear kidnapping why?

124 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (2)Reasonable efforts to preserve and reunify families are not required if a court of competent jurisdiction has determined that any of the events described in paragraphs (1)(e)-(l) have occurred. None above have except Felony interference with custody and numerous other so lets apply the incarcerated rule to grandma Yvonne before we even think about continuing this illegal proceeding. I’ll quote my reply to June 28 th ’s petition we were hearing “I agree to the trial date yet question its legality and constitutionality.” Go ahead since no one read it read it now.

125 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (3)If a petition for termination of parental rights is filed under subsection (1), a separate petition for dependency need not be filed and the department need not offer the parents a case plan having a goal of reunification, but may instead file with the court a case plan having a goal of termination of parental rights to allow continuation of services until the termination is granted or until further orders of the court are issued. If TPR were filed first however this is not the case.

126 Grounds for termination of parental rights. (4)If an expedited termination of parental rights petition is filed, reasonable efforts shall be made to place the child in a timely manner in accordance with the permanency plan, and to complete whatever steps are necessary to finalize the permanent placement of the child.

127 I respectfully ask immediate action to be taken as I have outlined an illegal adoption and TPR petition to facilitate just that. The drugs were to bond the child with Grandma. The pointless severance of parental contact and interference was to insure those drugs worked for Grandma. It is high time to end Grandma’s best interest and instate Sierra Kirk’s Best Interest.

128 as on the phone an unidentified person in a still unidentified location stated Sierra was terrified. I submitted the petition showing Yvonne’s over 30 perjuries on video in court under oath and in her interrogatories. No witnesses at all and no proof of the prima facie of her petition of dependency.

129 A whole day of trial and at that day they were required to show why they filed the petition. The requirement is the same as getting an arrest warrant and previous to the date of filing the petition.

130 No evidence has been provided to date. They instead provided evidence and fraud they are trying to make up as they go along.

131 Respectfully Judge, There are so many laws violated here, Can we see the facts and move on, It’s time Sierra was set free from torment, I already mentioned after all the abuse that has been placed on her, I have to take her to counseling anyways so I beg you uphold the law, And see the truth, Joseph Kirk

132 Now Imagine if it were your child? Mentally unstable? For quoting “had an assertive tone” Think about normal people would they have shown the control I have? Sincerely a severely pissed off father Now protect Sierra or do I need to go to The F.B.I. as this is quickly becoming their jurisdiction and a few things already have.

133 Mandatory reporters you are now aware Failure or omission to act? I’ve just made all the mandatory reporters aware. You stated if I find abuse I’ll call my self? MY rights violated? Can seek civil remedy in any hearing. I have 2 very simple.

134 1. Protect my daughter. 2. Accept the book I have from various researchers doctors and instructors at Yale who educate our doctors. I prefer education over lawsuits. Thank You


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