"Mental Illness" Label Used to Medically Kidnap Mother and Try to Adopt Out Her ChildrenTara Chapman, a 33 year old disabled mother, was handcuffed, drugged, and carted away to a facility that is 8 hours from her family. She is being held prisoner in Tennessee under the guise of mental illness, even though a mental hospital in Virginia recently said that she did not meet the criteria to commit her. The state of Tennessee wants Tara's three boys to stay in foster care, away from family. The family wants to know how far the state is willing to go to ensure that neither Tara nor her family gets her 3 children back? A fourth child, Tara's daughter, is being cared for by her mother Whitney, the children's grandmother, but the state refuses to allow the grandmother to care for the 3 boys. There was supposed to be a court hearing on Friday, April 13, 2018, but the juvenile court cancelled it without warning less than 24 hours before. Tara has suffered from mild mental illness for many years, but it was only after her children were seized by Child Protective Services and abused in foster care that her mental health deteriorated to the point where she qualified for disability. It would appear that the state of Tennessee is using her disability as an excuse to adopt out her children, even though her family is willing and able to care for the children.
"Mental Illness" Label Used to Medically Kidnap Mother and Try to Adopt Out Her Children
This is very similar to what DCF of CT did to me and my girls ib 2008. Only I was not handcuffed or taken away by police. I "much later" found out that the allegations against me were not for "hoarding" (which was actually that we were neglected and abused and terrified", he eas trying to prevent me from leaving because he would not leave). The allegations were "substance abuse" of my own prescription med " behind my back". No one told me this. DCF told me to go into the IOL to make sure I was "stable" and I would get my children back. They lied and once I was in there they force drugged me on anti-psychotic drugs and I almost died