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Participate in a Documentary
February 4, 2010 permalink
Mary Janiga is in touch with a film maker interested in doing a documentary on children's aid societies of Ontario. You can help by sending your story (single paragraph, no long tales) to Mary at her email address in the expand block. For an example of how effective a documentary can be, watch Innocence Destroyed by Bill Bowen, on YouTube:    or local copies:    all flv.
Wednesday, February 03, 2010
ACCOUNTABILITY and ACTION
I am presently speaking with colleagues and associates within this Children’s Aid Society cause(if that’s what you would call it) and have been approached to provide documented evidence and proof of alleged abuses within the CAS system of Ontario.
Can I provide case scenarios and victim’s names of their side of the story of CAS’ victimization within their lives, giving them their own voice that they need to give?
I have many stories of the victimization of the Children’s Aid Society against families.
This can only be done through the producing of a documentary television movie here in Ontario. This is being proposed and researched right now.
If you would like to be a part of this ground-breaking documentary and information movie please contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a one paragraph or less (Not a full page) about your “CAS Horror story” along with contact information such as phone number, address and your permission for me to pass on your information to the producer and director of this movie, it would be greatly appreciated.
I will be meeting with my associates in the coming weeks so it would be good to go with 50 – 100 stories instead of just a few of the many stories that must be told. This is our chance to get the accountability we so deserve in our fight against the Children’s Aid Society.
Thank you for your support!!
Source: Mary Janiga blog February 3, 2010