• Wife of Hunger Strike Dad Arrested in Kansas While Protesting to Have Kidnapped Children Returned

    Just before 11:30 am on Saturday morning, police arrested Amelia Schwab, wife of Raymond Schwab, who is the Navy veteran dad who went on a 17 day hunger strike at the Kansas state capitol in an effort to get their children free from child protective services custody. The strike ended only as a federal lawsuit was filed against Kansas DCF (Department for Children and Families). Raymond and Amelia and some of their supporters have been spending time at a local cafe which has wi-fi access. Amelia had just left from there when police pulled her over to arrest her. Raymond speculates that they may have been trying to see if there was any marijuana in the car. (There wasn't.) Health Impact News called the police department, which confirmed that Amelia Schwab has been arrested on a bench warrant for a battery charge, dated May 11, 2015. Her bond is $674. Interestingly, the police appear to have learned about the bench warrant from an anonymous tip, according to Raymond Schwab. When we spoke with Raymond, he said that this was around the same time as the bogus charges that he was arrested for recently. No charges were ever actually filed against him, and he was released on his own recognizance after spending a brutal night in jail on March 24. He sees the arrest of his wife as further harassment and intimidation, and the trumping up of bogus charges.

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  • Wife of Hunger Strike Dad Arrested in Kansas While Protesting to Have Kidnapped Children Returned

    Has anyone heard an update on the Schwaub family?

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  • Wife of Hunger Strike Dad Arrested in Kansas While Protesting to Have Kidnapped Children Returned

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  • Wife of Hunger Strike Dad Arrested in Kansas While Protesting to Have Kidnapped Children Returned

    The more people fight back against this unconstitutional, tyrannical child trafficking system of abuse the harder the government pushes back--they are desperate not to lose their funding and know such cases would set a national precedent. Considering the corruption starts at the federal level and the states and their employees and benefactors (system providers they force parents and children to receive services from) all stand to lose both money and power we can expect ever harsher and more outlandish and unconstitutional interventions against us. Be strong and carry on but, we wise and know there are no limits to which the government will not go to maintain control...so be very careful and try to engineer a buddy system wherever you go!
  • Wife of Hunger Strike Dad Arrested in Kansas While Protesting to Have Kidnapped Children Returned

    This does not surprise me at all, CPS, nation wide owns the courts and the police, they use the police as there enforcement arm as CPS is just a civil agency with no arrest or investigative powers, Child abuse is a crime and family court has no right to take children from families, only criminal court by law can do that.