• Kansas Dad Ends Hunger Strike - Federal Lawsuit Filed To Return His Children

    The hunger strike is over for Navy veteran dad Raymond Schwab, and a federal lawsuit has been filed against Kansas DCF for their role in kidnapping his children and holding them in state custody long past the time when the allegations against the parents were found to be unsubstantiated. But the battle is far from over. His children are not yet home, and thousands of children in Kansas and around the United States remain separated from their families without any evidence that the allegations are even legitimate. He fights for these children and others who are in the foster care system simply because a parent has used medical marijuana.

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  • Kansas Dad Ends Hunger Strike - Federal Lawsuit Filed To Return His Children

    The child welfare laws in KS need to be changed. Please sign this petition, and share it everywhere, that essentially states that no child should be in state custody unless BOTH parents are incarcerated, deceased, missing, or willing. No other circumstance is even conceivably in the best interests of the child! https://www.change.org/p/kansas-state-house-stop-the-state-of-kansas-from-unjustified-seizure-of-children
  • Kansas Dad Ends Hunger Strike - Federal Lawsuit Filed To Return His Children

    How long to get his kids back with this lawsuit , months. Years , weeks ? How much more abuse will happen ? Will the CPS workers go to jail for placing children in a position to be abused?
  • Kansas Dad Ends Hunger Strike - Federal Lawsuit Filed To Return His Children

    So correct. I'm in ky and I would be on those steps if I lived closer. I'm a grandparent that they said in court by gal attorney he was a foster child and my grandson better off with foster family. Judge said I don't think you want him anyway. I am denied. Social worker was in shock cause they were actually for me saying in should of had my grandson. We are also victims. Families need to be together if able. May God help us all and set our families free in the name of Jesus.