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January 21, 2009 permalink
An American mother separated from her toddler son in 1992 saw him for the first time last week. Here is her report on his condition.
January 18, 2009
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus,
Today I spoke with my son for the first time since he was taken from me in 1992 by CPS. He is severely damaged, physically, emotionally, psychologically, socially. It is isn't a little minor trauma and distress. It is probably the most extreme case of harm done by the state and the home he was placed in that I have seen or known about in regards to any child that has survived long enough to reach the age of 18.
His condition is so extreme he will never be normal in any way unless there is divine healing from our Holy Creator. It was so terrible I do not even know how to talk about it all right now, but will need to.
My case needs serious media attention to demonstrate what happens when child protection agencies have complete control over what they do with a child with no true objective system of checks and balances and independent investigations. Christopher is in a horrible state. I will make a list of some of the things and send them to you when I have a chance to digest this mornings encounter. The psychiatric drug abuses they did to him as a toddler will cut his life short. His bone growth was severely stunted among other things.
I ask each and every one of you to pray now for my son, for God's incredible hand to be upon him for healing and comfort. Pray for our reunification as mother and son, and pray for Christopher's future as well.
Thank you so much. I know each and every one of you will be faithful and pray as you receive this.
In Christ Jesus we stand firm against the darkness of the evil one,
Your sister in Christ,
Source: Email to discussion forum. Since we did not clear this message in advance, we have suppressed the mother's name. Contact information can be supplied privately.