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Help Joey Knelsen!

February 11, 2015 permalink

Foster boy Joey Knelsen is fed up with his treatment by Ontario CAS and his foster parents. He has posted a plea for help to YouTube and our local copy. Joey knows the names of most of his siblings, but not the youngest. His social worker Kerry (spelling uncertain) Anderson lied about its birth. Expand to read the YouTube blurb.



Kindnapped child by the devils (children aid) finally escapes from hell

I'm sick of the courts, the police and the children aid society. No one is helping me get back to my real parents house, so I'm finally standing up for myself and for my nine other siblings that are in foster care. My real parents are Arnold and Maria Knelsen and I and my nine other sibling in foster care want to be with and live at our biological parents house. They live at 2514 Highway 59, Langton ON, N0J 1E0. Please help us get back to our real parents. We are sick an tired of getting verbally and physically abused by the children aid and the foster parents. They deprive us of food, money, clothing. We, Arnold, Ben, Martin, Helen, Mina, Tina, Luka, William, and little baby want to go to and stay at our real parents house forever!

Source: YouTube

Addendum: The press prints the story.



Teen boy reported missing in Fisherville

Joey Knelsen
Joey Knelsen, 14, of Fisherville, Ontario was reported missing on Monday, Feb. 9, 2015.
Contributed photo

FISHERVILLE - A 14-year-old boy reported missing in Haldimand County Monday afternoon remains unaccounted for 24 hours later.

Joey Knelsen, of Fisherville, left school in Hagersville during the lunch hour Monday and did not return for afternoon classes, the Haldimand OPP said.

“We’re still working on it,” Const. Mark Foster, spokesperson for the Haldimand OPP, said Tuesday around 3 p.m. “We’re in meetings to determine what our next avenue of investigation is going to be.”

Knelsen’s parents contacted police at 4:05 p.m. when he did not return home from school. The parents say this is out of character for the teen.

Police say his friends and addresses Knelsen normally frequents have been checked.

Knelsen is described as white, about 168 cm (5’6”) tall, and weighing 59 to 64 kgs (130 to 140 lbs). His hair is dyed a bright red.

He was last seen wearing a grey Argyle sweater, grey jeans, a dark blue-pea coat and fluorescent yellow, high-top running shoes.

Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact the Ontario Provincial Police at 1–888–310-1122. You can also call Crime Stoppers at 1–800–222–TIPS (8477). Anonymous messages can be left at

The Haldimand OPP will provide updates as they become available.

Source: Simcoe Reformer

A friend with knowledge of the family tells the truth:

anonymous friend

Joey has run from foster where he was being abused. Parents have been fighting to have the nine children returned home. They have lost everything financially including the farm to pay for the legal fees. Funny how this news article is saying he ran from home. NOT TRUE. He ran from the foster mother who is verbally and physically abusing him! ~ He reached out for help last week on youtube with a video. We are hoping he contacts Canada Court Watch so advocates can help him!

Source: Facebook, name suppressed by request

Joey has made a follow-up video, YouTube and local copy (mp4).

Some of the YouTube videos posted by this family have been blocked with the message: "This content is not available on this country domain due to a legal complaint from the government. Sorry about that."

Addendum: An February 25 Anonymous posted a video preserving much of the censored material on the Knelsen family.