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No Crying Allowed at Funeral
July 22, 2012 permalink
We have previously encountered a case in which social workers refused to leave parents alone with their dead child after he died in their so-called care. Today's story tells what happened to a mother after they drove her husband to suicide.
Lena May Gustafson I understand that children's aid is supposed to protect children but I think in some cases they abuse their power. For example my family was destroyed because of them. We were a happy family of four. My dad and my mom my sister and I were. Had everything we needed. I will admit sometimes I would get a spank when I deserved it. I use to get into fights at school cuz I was bullied. Anyway we were taken away because my mom and dad wanted to relax and have a drink with some friends after my sister and I went to sleep. I can't ever see my dad again because of them. He committed suicide because they wouldn't let us go see him and they had the nerve to show up at my dad's funeral. I asked them why they came. I was told it's to make sure my mom doesn't cry. Really? It's a funeral. Of course people are going to cry at a funeral. I told them to get out and then I told my mom that they were sitting in the back of the room and they only came to see that she wasn't crying. I mean come on. I was thinking and so what if she is crying. What are they going to do about her crying? Take us away? Like I was going to let that happen. I told them it's all their fault that my dad killed himself.
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