Horrific Child Snatching By Social Services

NEWS RELEASE                                                                                                                           20 May 2012
Four-Week Criminal Trial Starting Monday, May 21st,
Wood Green Court, London N22, 10am
for Nigerian Couple Imprisoned since 28th November 2011 – wanting their 7 Children back from Haringey Council
Nigerian Bishop Gloria Musa[1] and her husband Joseph Chiwar Musa were found guilty of having drugged their then youngest child in a secret Family Court hearing on 28th November 2011. Gloria overheard the President of the Family Division say to the Officer of Haringey Police “they must not get bail”. Two bail applications have been refused, since they were imprisoned at the Family Court.
Their first five children were taken by eight Haringey Police officers in April 2010, without any legal paperwork. Ten days later, a letter was produced[2] that was supposedly written by the eldest daughter. This letter is now said to have been lost by Haringey Police. Other allegations followed, such as the mother being a sex worker. A DNA test proving the father to be the same for all children, was artificially delayed for months, while contact sessions with the children were being cancelled or ignored, even though the parents had to travel to Kent. A judge had ordered for the children to be ‘cared’ for in the London area, but it is typical for Social Services and Local Councils to act above the law.
In fact, three hours after the birth of the sixth child, nine police officers showed up in hospital, strangled the mother, puller her arms and legs, took the baby and left her unconscious, with permanent injuries on her leg. Since the baby ‘failed to thrive in care’, she was returned. A specially ordered vaccination seems to have caused the temperature that made the parents take her to hospital. There she was administered ketamine, a drug that shows up as opium in the blood. Sir Nicholas Wall, the President of the Family Division, said “professionals don’t lie” and came to the conclusion that, “on the balance of probabilities”, the parents must have drugged the baby. Since then, Prof. Ireland published her widely published report[3] about the lack of qualification of ‘expert witnesses’.
In the criminal court hearing, the prosecutor will now have to convince a jury “beyond all reasonable doubt”, i.e. the scrutiny with which the evidence is examined, is much higher. Does this family have human rights?[4]quotes a whistleblower in The Telegraph in December 2010: At a recent case conference, the social workers admitted that maybe they had made a mistake, and that the mother they had falsely accused was in fact devoted and blameless. But apparently, because of “press interest” in the case, the officials agreed that the council could not afford the very damaging publicity which might follow if the unhappy children were reunited with their parents. It was therefore vital that the council should continue to justify its actions.
The seventh child was born in prison and immediately taken off the mother, thus violating the baby’s human rights[5] as well as the mother’s[6].
Only people who have become victims of child snatching[7] or other white collar crimes[8] can believe the pattern that is emerging: when somebody in any institution makes a mistake, colleagues and all other institutions go to any length to cover them up. This includes committing criminal acts. Hence the world wide protest against child abuse on March 6th 2012[9], the recent two week demo Judiciary guilty of Criminal Acts[10] and Abolish the IPCC[11], which resulted in the Chairman of the Home Select Committee announcing a public inquiry into the IPCC.
An inquiry into child protection is currently being carried out by the Education Select Committee[12]. Our submissions can be found as a general overview[13] and a portfolio of nine cases[14].
For further information, please contact Sabine K McNeill on 07968 039 141 or sabine@3d-metrics.com
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