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Anne's Father in Court
June 10, 2005 permalink
Here is the report as posted by Canada Court Watch:
(June 9, 2005) Court Watch has been informed that the Simcoe County Children's Aid Society from Ontario has filed a motion to have the loving father of a 13-year-old Barrie, Ontario girl, charged for contempt of court. After being forced out of her lovely executive home where she lived with her dad and two older brothers, because of allegations, the 13-year-old teenage girl was being threatened, coerced and isolated from her friends and family by York Region and Simcoe County CAS workers in an attempt to force the teen to go back to live with her abusive Barrie, Ontario, mother who had previously assaulted the girl and wanted custody of her daughter for herself. As as a result of threats and abuse by the CAS, the teen fled into hiding to protect herself from abuse by the unlicensed CAS workers involved. Typical of CAS strong arm tactics when they don't get their way, unlicensed and unregulated workers with the Simcoe CAS are now demanding that the father force his own teenage daughter out of hiding and to make her return back to the care and control of the CAS which the girl reported had abused her prior to her fleeing to safety or that the court order the father to be found in contempt. The girl only wants to return home to live with her father and her two older brothers. The court hearing is scheduled for 9:00 am on Monday June 20, 2005 at the Barrie, Ontario Court. The Simcoe County CAS is relying on evidence from one key CAS worker, Mr. Steven Rainey, who the Ontario College of Social Workers has already indicated in writing is not registered to practice as a social worker in the Province of Ontario. Legal experts reviewing the documents of this CAS "child protection worker" have indicated that this worker's sworn evidence is highly flawed, contradictory to other evidence and in the opinion of one legal researcher, "typical of the type of garbage put before the courts by these unlicensed and unregulated CAS workers." Court Watch has been advised that the parties involved are undertaking a comprehensive analysis of this worker's affidavits as well as other court documents for the purpose of ascertaining legal liability for the violation of the girl's rights and freedoms. Stay tuned to the Court Watch website for further developments in this case.