May 05, 2013

Kentucky's Family Law Corruption Problem

No right is more intimately cherished or otherwise grossly violated than that of the bonds between parents and their children. For to long, people of both political parties, and political operatives who adhere to them, have been sticking their heads in the sand, remaining silent, or disingenuously try to change the subject very quickly. You know, and we know, who you are. 


Kentucky's politicians, legal professionals, family judges, and crony cottage industries know this is the game and have gotten use to the egregious policy and practice of  a collaborative conspiracy  that entails depriving parents of their children. While it is mostly dads, and some moms, it is driven by federal incentives. MONEY! 


FAMILY COURT - False domestic violence incentives
It might begin with a false domestic violence allegation, which is encouraged by the legal professionals, promoted by the "allegation organizations", and readily managed by the judges as such.

The more false DV allegations a court enters, the more grant money the states attorney generals office can apply for and obtain. More orders = more DOJ grant money. 










In any divorce or break up of a marriage or relationship with children, the policy and practice for dollars, that cares not for those most fundamental rights, begins. 

FAMILY COURT - The Child Support Incentives.









One parent get's put out of their child's life and  relegated to a 5-14%er. Some are completely shut out of their children's lives. This becomes court assisted parental alienation. Child support should mean being in your child's life, but for the collaborative conspirators involved, it means an order to PAY child support so they can obtain the federal kickbacks. 50/50 co-parenting doesn't pay the federal incentives for the state actors.


FAMILY COURT - Child Protective Services Incentives.








Right now there are over 6900 children in Kentucky's foster care system. That's up 100% since 2006.(Pg. 47)  http://www.lrc.ky.gov/lrcpubs/ib240.pdf 

Want more proof - here it is straight from a "judicial benchbook"
***It is essential to make the "contrary to the child's welfare" finding the first time the court considers the case... Failure to make this finding may result in permanent loss of foster care ***federal funding. http://defend-yourself-go-pro-se.blogspot.com/2013/04/ca-judges-bench-book-smoking-gun.html

FAMILY COURT - Adoption Incentives.  In 2006 Child Welfare supervisor Pat Moore blew the whistle on adoption quotas for federal bonus money, at that time there were approximately 3500 kids in Kentucky's foster care system. Kentucky had recieved 1.7 million dollars in adoption kickback bonuses from the federal government, placing 2nd in the contest between states that year with New York placing 1st. 

With near 7000 kids now in the foster care system in the present, it appears the "child snatchers" for federal kick back cash are not slowing down. According to the numbers they're just doing a better job of keeping it in the dark, and state media like the Lexington Herald Leader, and Courier-Journal are keeping it silent. 


By Lea Thompson Chief consumer correspondent NBC News updated 6/13/2006  
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/13304867/ns/nbcnightlynews/t/increasing-adoptions-good-idea-gone-wrong/#.UZqmO8juXJY 
COVINGTON, Ky. — Almost 10 years ago, Congress passed a law that gives states bonuses if they can get children languishing in foster care adopted quickly.It sounds like a great idea, but now some child welfare experts say those bonuses have turned into nothing more than bounties that are putting some children at risk.When Kentucky Child Welfare Supervisor Pat Moore learned she went to her bosses.“They wanted me to shut up and get the adoptions completed. Period. No questions asked,” Moore says.The adoptions would have flown through, she says, if she hadn't blown the whistle.Tom Beiting was the court-appointed guardian.“It's outrageous,” he says. “I believe they were going for the  numbers — to get their numbers up.”
FAMILY COURT - Juvenile services incentives









This type of incentive driven corruption and conduct is going on in Kentucky.

The risk of public corruption in Kentucky runs high even though it has corruption laws that are stronger than 3/5ths of the other states. Yet despite this, Kentucky still received a grad of C-. The catagories that caused this low score:  (1) Judicial Accountability, (2) Ethics Enforcment, and (3) redistricting http://weku.fm/post/public-corruption-risk-high-kentucky

Most Complaints filed with the Judicial Conduct Commission are made against Family Courts. Family judges only make up 11% of the total judges in the state, yet have the most complaints filed against them.(domestic relations/protective order/juvenile combined - 43%) and made by the parents (litigants - 60%) impacted by these gross abuses of power.  http://courts.ky.gov/commissionscommittees/JCC/Documents/Public_Information/JCFY20112012.pdf


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Wes Collins is a tea party activist and lifelong Kentucky native. A father, farmer, and volunteer state coordinator of the Kentucky State Integrity Project focusing on Judicial Accountability and Ethics Enforcement. 

If you're someone who would like to provide a gift in support of this effort, or are an attorney who would like to assist with the lawsuit filed , send an email with "accountable state government" in the subject line to: cwescollins@att.net  

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James Samples said...

I've been in exile for nearly a year. They wanted me to pay for my ex-wife's boyfriend's meth. The sheriff like so many others in KY (www.JusticeCenter.info) is dirty. They kept making false arrest against me as I continued to expose them. I had to leave the country August 6th,
2016 and I'm still (6/23/2017) in exile (www.JUDICIAL.CENTER). I pray for my children and everybody else that is still in Kentucky! An American refugee. It would seem impossible if it weren't for the family court system.