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Bounty for Cole Norris!

April 2, 2007 permalink

In the latest development in the Norris case, Brantford CAS wants the case transferred to them, but Frontenac (Kingston) CAS still wants to keep the case in their hands.

Want to know the real reason Kingston CAS wants to get Cole Norris returned? Forget all the psychiatric reports. When Cole's brother Tyson spent two weeks in CAS care the bill was $8260.56, $590.04 per day. If they can put Cole in those accommodations for a year, that is $215,364.60 steered from the taxpayers to CAS associates. Here is a link to the special rate agreement, (photocopy). Your browser may require another click to see the full-sized image. The document is part of an incomplete file disclosure given to Cathy Norris. A few parts were blotted out by CAS, not Cathy. To facilitate searching, here is the special rate agreement as a text file.

Note: We hereby offer to provide Cole Norris with food and shelter for an entire year for only $115,364.60, saving the taxpayers $100,000!

Addendum: justiceseeker has posted another YouTube video, The family Separated by the Kingston Children's Aid, showing the Norris family from babies to teenagers just before CAS intervention.

Addendum: Here is the pap children's aid and the police feed to the press. They make it look like Cole ran away from mom and dad, but has been happily returned after a major investigation. Sure.



Missing boy found in Brantford area

A 13-year-old Deseronto boy who went missing in August has been found, provincial police said yesterday. Napanee OPP said Cole Norris has been located in the Brantford area.

Norris sparked a major investigation when he went missing Aug. 17, after telling his family he was going downtown or to the town library.

Source: Kingston Whig-Standard