I had to read this story twice when I found it posted in a friend’s page. I read it twice to make sure I really understood what this caseworkere and then read it again to let it soak in. This is just one of the many ways caseworkers intimadite parents. If this man had been less educated, or had a weaker personality he would have caved in and tried to meet the demands of this caseworker. This type of thing goes on all the time in CPS. They use threats, intimidation, and harrassment to keep parents under control.
In nine out of ten cases they have no case. But they take the child anyway for the money they receive from Title IV-E Funding. This happened in California which is so underwater they can’t pay the state employees. Caseworkers are employeed by the State but make Federal Money off the stealing of children for profit under Title IV-E Funding. As this state continues to drown in red ink more and more children will be stolen for profit. It is time to take back our children. CPS is stealing our future.
The Associated Press
AUBURN, Calif. — A former Yuba County social worker has been sentenced to more than nine years in prison for trying to extort money from a man whom she falsely informed was the subject of a child molestation probe.
A Placer County jury convicted Yolanda Fryson last month of 16 felonies, including attempted extortion and bribery.
Authorities say Fryson, who worked at Child Protective Services, told a Roseville man in 2008 that he was under investigation for molestation and could make the case go away if he paid her $10,000.
The man went to authorities, who conducted a sting operation.
Judge Joe O’Flaherty told the 43-year-old Fryson during her sentencing Wednesday that her crime was, from a moral standpoint, close to the worst he had seen during his 21 years on the bench.
Information from: Appeal-Democrat, http://www.appeal-democrat.com