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Baby Taken From Mother's Breast
October 11, 2012 permalink
Attila Vinczer reports on a baby snatched from a young mother in Newmarket Ontario. CAS is already imposing court delays while the child is in their custody, enhancing their ability to benefit from the status quo.
Attila Vinczer YORK CAS ROBS 22 YEAR OLD MOTHER OF HER BABY GIRL IN NEWMARKET
Today a young mother, 22 years old, who had her child snatched by York Regional CAS without just cause, a mere 36 hours after giving birth will be at Newmarket Court for a Case Conference. In Family Court you must have a case conference, a chance to hash out a settlement of one or more or all issues only on consent, in a glorified mediation session. Often people are intimidated by the Judge and the lawyers for CAS when they are involved.
Legal cost is $3-5,000 or more to the parent and the court cost is much more than that. Only after a Case conference can you return to court to argue usually for Interim Orders. In this case, York CAS has robbed this mother of bonding with her baby girl and the chance of breast feeding her which is vital for the baby to receive crucial immune building substance only found in breast milk, not in formula which is what CAS is feeding the baby. Your CAS has managed to establish Status Quo which will make it very easy to achieve custody, meaning Crown Wardship that brings in thousands of tax dollars for the CAS agency a month.
The CAS lawyer will be named and the Judge who dismissed this mother's motion to order the kids returned to her care immediately. The Judge is a party to this child snatching.
I have just been informed that the Case Conference is being adjourned to November 15, 2012. This is a typical scenario where CAS gains further Status Quo when they take a child right from birth. The mother is robbed of her child while CAS has the luxury of time working in their favour and the tax cash rolls in for them for caring for this baby.
I encourage anyone in the Newmarket area to attend on November 15, 2012 at 50 Eagle Street to support his mother in court.
Source: Facebook, Canada Court Watch