Another Hate Letter From Someone Who Didn’t Know What They Thought They Knew

Early this morning I received yet another hate letter from someone who obviously has no clue as to the reason for the site, the reason behind it or the ability I have to change things. She was also upset because she said that I took her comment down so there must be truth in her words. I am not even going to dignify that statement except to say, she obviously wanted her fifteen minutes of fame, so I will give them to her. I will also show her some of the errors of her statement. If I showed her all of them it would take three days. She was kind enough to sign her name so I shall give her full credit for this blog her name is Ann Ever. First let me say this blog is a rebuttal to her comment about something she knows very little about. I respect her opinion such that it is. I respect the fact that she believes that Child Protective Services is the best thing since sliced bread. I also respect the fact that she believes that most foster parents are not in it for the money. I have documentation to dispute that.
So with all of that being said, let me begin. Here is her comment and my rebuttal:
Her Comment: 2010/03/29 at 2:52pm
I have been following the different things you have been writing about and you are a wonderful writer and a Grandmother to these children. I am sorry but I now have to put my two cents in…I unlike you am what they call a relative placement…Like yourself I live in another State from where my neices and nephew lived (by the way they also are blonde and blue eyed beautiful children)…When my neices and nephew came into care I was one of the first relatives that came forward…They by the way were placed in a Foster Home and I as well as the children still have contact with that family because they did something that my sister couldn’t do and that was care for her children until I could get placement of them…The odd nature of this is she lives in Florida and I live in GA…Anyhow, I know after having to deal with the system that this has nothing to do with the Foster Parents it all comes down to State regulations…I became a Foster Parent because if you had taken your daughters children in you would known that you have to go through home evals, medical testing, drug testing and a number of other things, but I felt that I needed to know more about what I was getting myself into…I know being that I went through the same classes that Foster Parents went through and had experienced they would rather a relative (you being a grandmother would qualify) take the children than place them in a home because yes it is cheaper to place them with relatives…By the way relatives do receive a susidy for them being placed with you…
My rebuttal: Yes I know there is a stymied I have been dealing with Jackson County DFCS for a long time in one capacity or another. I lived there for over twenty years. I know what goes on. I know what is involved in becoming a Foster Parent, I have the manuals. If she read the entire blog she would understand that.

Her Comment: My sister like your daughter has not completed her plan and a lot of it is for the same reasons…I can say if your daughter has a legal medical diagnosis like my sister has your daughter would qualify for SSI and Medicaid which is not something that changes from State to State it is a Federal based supplement so therefore it can’t be said that she doesn’t qualify…My sister who has mental issues is able to receive money as did her children, however she did not use it the way she was supposed to…Anyhow, I am getting off my point!!! Why being that you are their Grandmother do you not have them in your care????? It takes only a home eval, drug test and medical saying that you can care for them…Unless you told them you didn’t or couldn’t take them or you are not financially able to care for yourself (but from the sounds of all the eduacation and background you have you are doing well)…You sit there and degrade this woman who I don’t know how you are legally being that you are a educated in the legal system can use this persons name and give all the names of the people involved because it looks to me like they all can come after you for writing untruths about them and using their legal names…Shame, shame, shame…As far as bad talking the woman that the child died in care with you have no idea…That poor woman is going to have to live with that on her record and on her for the rest of her life…To compare the two is like apples and banana’s…You portray yourself as a very knowledgable person however I am finding out that you aren’t as knowledgable about this as you would like to be…I know that after 18 months in care as they call it they begin to look for permenant placement for the children…Why after 18 months has she not been able to complete what she has to complete…It took my old neighbor that lost her job 2 months to find one and she is currently being moved into a housing situation…Now this was all done in 2 monthes because she stayed on top of it because she didn’t want to lose her child…Oh and by the way it was Social Services that helped her not DFACS because that is what Social Services does not DFACS…I could go on and on about the inconsistencies in your stories, but let me tell you that dragging a Foster Parent through the mud (and from the looks of the picture she is clothing them very well because one of the shirts that one of the girls is wearing is from a childs clothing store because my neice has one) and putting blame on DFACS and everyone else you listed why, may I say why aren’t you doing anything to resolve this…Again RELATIVES have first choice of placement!!!!

My Rebuttal:
She assumes that Samantha has medical problems which she doesn’t. It was just another ploy by DFCS to keep her under their thumb. She has no clue as to the excuses which have been used or the threats or intimidation tactics which have been used. She also doesn’t seem to comprehend that Child Protective Services preys on the poor and uneducated they equate that with stupid. The reason they are easy to manipulate. They also prey on those who are easily intimidated such as her sister.
I agree that the Foster Care Provider who allowed Jessica to die is going to have to live with that. 2 out of 3 children are killed yearly either in Foster Care or in Adopted Homes where they have been adopted out of the system. Yes, I also have that research.
However, that being said, had it been a birth parent they would have been sent to prison. Now the humor in this paragraph is this “You portray yourself as a very knowledgable (sp) person however I am finding out that you aren’t as knowledgable(sp) about this as you would like to be…”
Well, Ann, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, try again, I am more knowledgeable than you will ever know. Try reading the entire blog. It has several case laws, several Amendments and manuals that belong to DFCS, Family Court and Lawyers. I am very knowledgeable. As far as your neighbor is concerned, all I can say is good for her. As far as Social Services v DFCS it is the same thing. Trust me. There are no inconsistencies in my stories they are facts. As far as dragging a Foster Care Provider through the mud, she is as complicit as the rest of them. She gets a clothing stymied for the kids. See the rate toward the bottom of this blog. She made promises she didn’t keep. As far as naming names, the last I heard the First Amendment still stands and if you are not aware of it let me quote it for you. “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom speech, or of the press, or the right of the people to assemble and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” Now I am exercising “freedom of speech and freedom of press as well as redress of grievances.” That is how I do it.

Her Comment: I am thankful that my sister doesn’t feel the same that you do because I also am adopting my neices and nephews so that they have the rights that my children have!!!!!! One more thing I know first hand that DFACS does not pay a Foster Parent to put their Foster Child into sports…They don’t even pay for the medical that the kids have to get…If they are in a school function the Foster Parent has to pay without reimbursement and they do not pay for their long list of equipment they need…By the way you can find out the schedule of games easily since you are so computer savy…Oh yes the school meetings, my sister kept in touch briefly with the childrens teachers because she is in another state with the teachers and she requested notification and received but never went…Again, I can go on and on…I should be on your side because I am a relative, but you mam, you are so wrong in so many areas!!!!!!! Unless you step forward and care for the children you can not put blame on a parent that wants I am sure the same I want, the children to receive the same legal rights my children have…Oh and by taking my neices and nephew in I know have 8 children…The fact that you brought up that they can claim them on their taxes you are right and by all rights they should since they care for them and no we do not receive a lot of money from the state for the kids…In case you didn’t know GA is broke and cutting everything you can possibly think of and that is another reason why I am adopting because I don’t want them to be treated as second class children…Financially this has put a strain on us but they are my flesh and blood!!!!!

My Rebuttal: you might want to rethink the medical bill thing. Yes, the kids get Medicaid they are wards of the state who is responsible for their medical bills, dental bills and eye care. So you are wrong in your statement that the Foster Care Provider pays out of pocket. Who ever told you did not know what they were talking about. Now comes the fun part. Listed below is the proof that yes, when a child is adopted a tax credit is given. Check out the sources one of them is the IRS. So if you indeed to fill out taxes you should know this. Foster children are also claimed by the Foster Care Provider because they lived in the home for six months or longer. When you adopt those kids you will get a payment every month until they are 18 again it is included below. I have also added the per diem rates that Foster Care Providers receive each month.
So yes once again I am very knowledgeable. I know Ga. is broke, heard it lived there. Why do you think DFCS is snatching kids left and right, they don’t want to be laid off – they get $4000.00 per child they snatch as soon as they fill out the paper work under ASFA of 1996 and Title IV-E Funding. If you don’t believe it research it yourself. The different counties also get a bonus for every child they adopt out over their goal. Again I have that manual. I have more if you care to see it go to the blog if it is not there yet wait for the book.
Adoption costs too much. A private infant adoption or an international adoption can range between $5,000 and $40,000. However, adoption from the U.S. foster care system has little to no costs. Families can also seek financial aid from adoption assistance organizations. Plus, the federal government offers up to a $10,000 tax credit per adopted child for qualifying families.
1. The adoption tax credit passed by Congress and signed into law by President Clinton in 1996 is one of the more complicated tax laws related to middle-income families. Generally speaking, it provides a tax credit to families who made out-of-pocket expenses related to the adoption of a child other than that of a spouse. Unlike a tax deduction, which reduces the total taxable income, a tax credit is an after-tax reduction in the overall tax liability. The adoption tax credit provides a variable amount of money, $11,650 in 2008, and allows employers to provide adoption-specific benefits free from federal income tax.
Qualifications and Limitations
2. Only qualified adoption expenses are eligible for reimbursement through the tax credit. These include reasonable adoption fees, court costs, attorney’s fees, traveling expenses and most other expenses related to the legal adoption of an eligible child by the taxpayer. Eligible children are those age 17 or younger, or a child of any age who is a US citizen or resident alien and who is physically or mentally incapable of caring for himself or herself. Adoption of a spouse’s child is not covered by the adoption tax credit.

Obtaining the adoption tax credit requires the filing of Form 8839 with the IRS. Additional forms will be necessary if the child does not have a Social Security Number. The amount of credit the adopting family qualifies to receive is limited to actual qualified expenses they can demonstrate. If adoption related expenses do not exhaust the full amount in a single year, the remainder can be claimed in future years. However, the upper limit of the credit is based per child, not per year. The credit is also limited by the family’s adjusted gross income. After certain exemptions such as business or investment losses and contributions to pension plans, families whose annual income exceeds $115,000 are not eligible for the adoption tax credit. Families whose income is between $75,000 and $115,000 are eligible for a smaller tax credit.

Topic 607 – Adoption Credit
You may be able to take a tax credit for qualifying expenses paid to adopt an eligible child (including a child with special needs). The adoption credit is an amount subtracted from your tax liability. For expenses paid prior to the year the adoption becomes final, the credit generally is allowed for the year following the year of payment. A taxpayer who paid qualifying expenses in the current year for an adoption which became final in the current year, may be eligible to claim the credit for the expenses on the current year return, in addition to credit for expenses paid in a prior year. The adoption credit is not available for any reimbursed expense. In addition to the credit, certain amounts paid by your employer for qualifying adoption expenses may be excludable from your gross income.
For both the credit or the exclusion, qualifying expenses include reasonable and necessary adoption fees, court costs, attorney fees, traveling expenses (including amounts spent for meals and lodging while away from home), and other expenses directly related to and for which the principal purpose is the legal adoption of an eligible child. An eligible child must be under 18 years old, or be physically or mentally incapable of caring for himself or herself. The adoption credit or exclusion cannot be taken for a child who is not a United States citizen or resident unless the adoption becomes final. A taxpayer also may be eligible to take an increased credit or exclusion for expenses related to the adoption of a child with special needs if the child otherwise meets the definition of qualifying child, is a United States citizen or resident and a state determines that the child cannot or should not be returned to his or her parent’s home and probably will not be adopted unless assistance is provided. The credit and exclusion for qualifying adoption expenses are each subject to a dollar limit and an income limit.
Under the dollar limit the amount of your adoption credit or exclusion is limited to the dollar limit for that year for each effort to adopt an eligible child. If you can take both a credit and an exclusion, this dollar amount applies separately to each. For example, if we assume the dollar limit for the year is $10,000 and you paid $9,000 in qualifying adoption expenses for a final adoption, while your employer paid $4,000 of additional qualifying adoption expenses, you may be able to claim a credit of up to $9,000 and also exclude up to $4,000.
The dollar limit for a particular year must be reduced by the amount of qualifying expenses taken into account in previous years for the same adoption effort.
The income limit on the adoption credit or exclusion is based on your modified adjusted gross income (modified AGI). If your modified AGI is below the beginning phase out amount for the year, the income limit will not affect your credit or exclusion. If your modified AGI is more than the beginning phase out amount for the year, your credit or exclusion will be reduced. If your modified AGI is above the maximum phase out amount for the year, your credit or exclusion will be eliminated.
Generally, if you are married, you must file a joint return to take the adoption credit or exclusion. If your filing status is married filing separately, you can take the credit or exclusion only if you meet special requirements.
To take the credit or exclusion, complete Form 8839 (PDF), Qualified Adoption Expenses, and attach the form to your Form 1040 (PDF) or Form 1040A (PDF).
As a result of legislation enacted in 2008, the Fostering Connections to Success
Act (PL 110-351), states have an option to extend this coverage to children
placed in subsided guardianships with relative caregivers. The same link to
AFDC still exists for these families. In addition, the child must have been
eligible for Title IV-E foster care while living for no less than six months in the
home of a prospective relative guardian. The state must also determine that
neither reunification with a parent nor placement in an adoptive family are
appropriate permanency options. The child must also demonstrate a strong
attachment to the relative and, in the case where a child is 14 years of age or
older, is consulted before being placed.
Title IV-E adoption assistance eligibility, until the enactment of PL 110-351,
followed Title IV-E eligibility for foster care. As a result of the new law the
adoption assistance eligibility link to AFDC will be phased out over time.
Starting in FY 2010, special needs adoptive children age 16 and older will all be
eligible for federal coverage. This age threshold will be lower by two years every
year until all special needs adoptions are covered by federal Title IV-E funding.
So in FY 2011, special needs adoption 14 and older will all be covered, in FY
2012 the age decreases to 12 years of age and so on. Starting in FY 2010 all
siblings who are placed with an eligible sibling will also be extended Title IV-E
coverage. (CWLA)Child Welfare League of America

What Supports and Services Are Available?
Monthly Payments
4. What is the maximum basic monthly adoption assistance maintenance payment in Georgia?
These rates are effective July 1, 2009 for new subsidy agreements only.
Age Rate
0-5 $441.04
6-12 $463.85
13-18 $486.67

Per Diem Rates are Changing
As of July 1, 2008

Per Diem Rates

0-5….. $14.60 per day
6-12…. $16.50 per day
13 and over…. $18.80 per day
Special rate of .50 to $1.75 for a child whose care demands more time & skills
Some children may be eligible for a higher rate; state office approves this rate not case manager
Children w/HIV…. up to $60 per day

Initial clothing

0 – 12….. $200.00
13 and over…. $300.00
for the first 6 months a child is in care

County Seasonal Clothing Allowance

Ages Fall Winter Summer
Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar Apr, May, Jun, Jul

Birth – 3 yrs $60 $65 $60
4 – 6 years $80 $100 $80
7 – 12 years $120 $160 $120
Over 12 years $200 $250 $160

State Annual Clothing

$300.00 per fiscal year

Sibling Incentive

3 Siblings in your home $100 per child – $300
4 Siblings in your home $100 per child – $400
5 Siblings in your home $100 per child – $500
This amount is not pro-rated and you will only receive it if the children are
in your home from the 1st – the 30th/31st of each month.

Incidentals – These are other types of things the children may need depending on their age.

How does the Initial Clothing allowance and the seasonal allowance work?
Answer: Children are eligible for the initial clothing allowance for the first 6 months they are in care. Children become eligible for seasonal clothing after they have been in care for a full 3 months. For the first 6 months, I apply all clothing purchases to initial clothing as long as the child has money left. After that, I start applying the purchases to seasonal clothing.

Please do us all a favor and get educated on what you are talking about or maybe look into becoming a Foster Parent yourself to see what financially you do and don’t get…Maybe FLA is better let me know because GA is broke…One more thing please give me the name of your tax advisor because I sure could use the $8000 tax credit I am supposed to get!!!! Rather a tax credit I need to worry as I have since I have had the children is that their Mother won’t try and claim them when she has no legal right…I forgot to mention I also do taxes…Wow what a small world!!!! Thank you…Ann E

My rebuttal: Ms. Evers, I am sorry you have 8 children I had three because I didn’t want four. I have raised two of my grandchildren through the system in Jackson County Ga. I am very educated I know about the abuse, greed and corruption as well as the collusion which goes on in the state system. I don’t need to give you the name of my tax advisor, I gave you the information from the IRS maybe you need a refresher course in taxes preparing.
I appreciate your comments. I appreciate the fact that you need to take your sisters children. Just remember this, once you get them, she will probably never see them again as you live in a different state. That is a shame. That is only one of the reasons I didn’t take the girls, they would never get to see their mother that is a crime within itself. The bigger crime was they never should have been removed.
This blog will continue until the abuse and greed and corruption in the system is stopped. There is no one watching the watchers. There is no one in charge. There is no one in control. Children in Foster Care and Adoptive care die needlessly, families are destroyed without cause, the state makes money, foster care providers make money, and adoptive parents make money. Yes, I have the research. I am not against a child being removed for the right reasons, that is, true abuse ie sexual, physical. However, I am very against snatching children for just the money for no reason. Just the money. So Ms. Ever, now it is time for you to do your research and become knowledgeable before you try to debate the issues at hand.

Yvonne Mason, Author

About Yvonne Mason Sewell

Background:  The eldest of five children, Yvonne was born May 17, 1951 in Atlanta, Georgia. Raised in East Point, Georgia, she moved to Jackson County, Ga. until 2006 then moved to Port St. Lucie, Florida where she currently makes her home.  Licensed bounty hunter for the state of Georgia. Education:  After a 34 year absence, returned to college in 2004. Graduated with honors in Criminal Justice with an Associate’s degree from Lanier Technical College in 2006. Awards:  Nominated for the prestigious GOAL award in 2005 which encompasses all of the technical colleges. This award is based not only on excellence in academics but also leadership, positive attitude and the willingness to excel in one’s major. Affiliations:  Beta Sigma Phi Sorority  Member of The Florida Writer’s Association – Group Leader for St Lucie County The Dream:  Since learning to write at the age of five, Yvonne has wanted to be an author. She wrote her first novel Stan’s Story beginning in 1974 and completed it in 2006. Publication seemed impossible as rejections grew to 10 years. Determined, she continued adding to the story until her dream came true in 2006. The Inspiration:  Yvonne’s brother Stan has been her inspiration and hero in every facet of her life. He was stricken with Encephalitis at the tender age of nine months. He has defied every roadblock placed in his way and has been the driving force in every one of her accomplishments. He is the one who taught her never to give up The Author: Yvonne is currently the author of several novels, including:  Stan’s Story- the true story of her brother’s accomplishments, it has been compared to the style of Capote, and is currently being rewritten with new information for re-release.  Tangled Minds - a riveting story about a young girl’s bad decision and how it taints everyone’s life around her yet still manages to show that hope is always possible. This novel has been compared to the writing of Steinbeck and is currently being written as a screenplay. This novel will be re-released by Kerlak Publishing in 2009  Brilliant Insanity – released by Kerlak Publishing October 2008  Silent Scream – Released by October 2008- Slated to be made into a movie Yvonne’s Philosophy in Life - “Pay it Forward”: “In this life we all have been helped by others to attain our dreams and goals. We cannot pay it back but what we can do is ‘pay it forward’. It is a simple
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9 Responses to Another Hate Letter From Someone Who Didn’t Know What They Thought They Knew

  1. Claire says:

    Ok I have a few points for Ann. I live in banks county and had to deal with the incompetent workers at Jackson county Defacs. My neices were removed from the care of their mother and placed in foster care. Now I had to go through he’ll and high water to get the girls out of state care. Yes I’m considered family placement and yes there is a subsidy pay. How ever your comment about the medical is completely wrong. The children are placed on Medicaid and remain on it till they are 18 years of age. Also my sister in law is a foster mom for jackson county and I k ow that they get a clothing allowance when the children are brought into custody. One more thing you also are allowed to keep reciepts for things you buy for the children and turn them in at the end of the month. Maybe you should talk to your case workers and find out all the really is to foster care. I’ve been through the classes and know what there is to it. As far as you having 8 kids I give you a kudos. I’m 27 and am raising 5 all under the age of 9. You may know something that go on but there is also slot that you are very wrong about. Check things before you fire off on a blog. Yvonne is a very smart and yes computer savvy person. Thanks Claire


    • Ann Ever says:

      Wow Claire you are from Banks Co. then the name doesn’t ring a bell…Yes there is subsidy and Medicaid but you can only go to their Dr.’s that are specific to them and the list is dwindling…I didn’t say that Jackson Co. was the best if you had read you would have read that I have moved to a more serene area because of wanting to get out of Jackson Co. I found out recently not a lot of the C0-pays are paid by the State anymore once adopted…That was my point about getting them insurance…Anyhow, getting down to the big matter here, Claire you are a wonderful person for taking in your relatives children and yes we are so much a like not only by Co. but age and the age of the children…You have me beat though mine are all under the age of 11…My hat goes off to you for taking on that responsibility…I know it isn’t easy!!!! I wasn’t by any means praising the child selling Jackson Co. I was saying simply that the children can go into relative placement because they are given first choice…As far as Yvonne she doesn’t have too many choices left with her being a traveling Author and Motivational speaker, she said that she has already raised some of her grandchildren and that would be a relative that can’t be considered so that leaves her with only one other child that can step forward, but then there are Aunts, cousins, long distant cousins and fathers that can also step in…Claire what you aren’t getting is that I wasn’t praising the child selling Jackson Co. because from what I understand as I am sure you do as well being that Banks co. isn’t that big and we hear things…Anyhow, this is the letter I started but as you know I have one already posted so you can read the rest in there…Ann


  2. Ann Ever says:

    Wow Claire, Banks co. what a small world…All I can say is thank you for doing what you could and taking in your relatives children…Wow, can’t wait to meet you because as you know Banks Co. isn’t that big…Maybe because Jackson Co. is selling the children or auctioning them whatever the line is that might be why we should consider moving since both the Banks RA and Jackson co. RA talk all the time…I would hate to see our poor co. selling their children also!!! You are a good person for stepping forward like myself and taking in the children…Looks like we both have our hands full, you with 5 under the age of 9 and me with 8 under the age of 11…Yikes…My hat goes off to you!!!! I know God has a place for us because we have gone above and beyond talking about it we have actually stepped up and done something about it…You are right it does take a long time to get things in order but personally I have never been to Hell and I know that I won’t because God has given me the love of all my children as well as placed his hands on me to give me the strength to get them…Wow, Banks co. I can’t get over it!!!!! Ann Ever
    P.S. Claire look me up sometime maybe you will see I don’t have the horns that you think I have…I don’t have a halo either, but we both are in the same boat…
    P.P.S. I am sorry thank you Yvonne for making this site for people that don’t know what they think they know because with all your wisdom and having to already raise one set of grandchildren I don’t know how you find the time…Like I said before I will have to look you up at your next book tour…Oh are your books on Amazon or Barnes and Nobles by the way??? I really need to learn some more so your right I will get more knowledgable about what you took out of place and moved around because wow that was an awful letter…Sorry I touched you that deeply but atleast I have a blog site out of it…


  3. To Ann Evers, I’m sorry to have to burst your bubble, but not all relatives are given the chance to raise children kidnapped by DCYF. They are supposed to look for relatives. They don’t! Relatives ask for placement. Their told “Relative Placement is NOT an option. The child is going into foster care, period!”
    You see, relatives do not have to become certified foster strangers. DCYF collects more randsome money for children placed in foster care. So because you became licensed and evidently you kiss DCYF’s a–, you were one of the few chosen relatives to actually obtain placement of your sister’s children. So just keep kissing up or you’ll find yourself fighting for the children when you disagree with the almighty DCYF!


  4. Ann Ever says:

    All I can say is HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHa


  5. Ann Ever says:

    I got to thinking wow Yvonne it must be very difficult for a person of your educational back ground to have two undereducated as you refer to the people that DFACS takes custody of their children…My heart goes out for you because I can hope with my 8 children that I won’t allow them without intervention on my p


  6. Ann Ever says:

    part to make sure they don’t become undereducated and if they did and had children I would certainly take them under my wing and help them not to mention teach them how to be a good parent…


    • yvonnemason says:

      Ann once again- you just don’t get it. Until you do- understand, you are young and you have not yet experienced life. So try to refrain from sticking your foot in your mouth before you have all of your facts. At this point in your life you can say what you would or would not do- but understand until you live that experience you have no clue as to what you would or would not do.


      • Ann Ever says:

        I may be young but I was taught very well by my Mother that you take care of your own as she is doing with my adult sister…It has nothing to do with Age his has to do with nurturing, your right until I am put in that position I haven’t experienced it however I am learning at a young age that I would never let someone else raise my kin!!! That is why I took my neices and nephew, I am not going to deny it is a big hardship, but it was something that I had to do…Not every one can and I agree with that…I am glad that we moved from Jackson co. because the last thing I would want is to be living in a county that auctions and sells children…Thank you for informing me of this becausethat is so sad…I guess I need to go to the Dr to have my foot removed from my mouth because I don’t want to walk around like that I might get laughed at like so many others…


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