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April 13, 2015 permalink
Vanessa Wasiela reports one of the most frivolous pretexts ever for intervention in a family — accidentally hitting a child with a newspaper.
So today I got call from CAS. Meeting with her Thursday! What happened is my hubby, myself and daughter went to Walmart. My daughter was misbehaving so the hubby stayed in car with her. Our daughter is special needs. Anyway the hubby threw a newspaper in the back seat, sadly his aim was off and accidentally hit our daughter with the paper! She started screaming, the hubby asked: what's wrong? She kept screaming: you hit me! He kept saying no because he didn't know he had accidentally hit her at that point! Finally she screamed: you hit me with the paper. He said he was sorry! But too late, somebody had heard our daughter. Took down the car plate then called cops. Cops came, talked to my daughter and myself. I explained, cops felt all was fine but said I could use resources since I have a special needs child and disabled hubby! Why in heck does this worker want to meet at my home? I told her she couldn't come in our home, but we would be happy to meet her at her office. She wanted us to pull our child out of school early, we said no! Finally she said ok how about 5:30 Thursday. Which we was fine too. Can they open a case because of an accident? We don't hurt our child! Even our daughter says it was an accident!
Source: Facebook, Stop the CAS ...