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S. 1867 – National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2012

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The reality here ladies and gentlemen is you need to pay attention RIGHT NOW! before every citizen in this country looses everything has well as their children.

The web site poss,s a four step phase being the last phase a nation wide stay home and not work strike, the link of reality,

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I will have more free time to finish the presentation brief for showing, you need to take a stand now and try and organize with in your states speaking engagements to sustain a awareness alliance of the people/Parents.

Folks, the hard facts are, it does not matter what you own and have, you are about to fall under full (Marshall Law) am i clear? we are about to reenact the whole 1700’s battle for freedom with in 1 to 2 years, the reason your president has ignored our cries and demands for our constitutional rights as a family is because he needs the adoption money. He is building an arm in Africa, he is setting us up for the United Nations, what is taking place right now, I told and warned many people about in 2008 and 2009 and i was criticized. Well, its here! There is no time for winning and oh poor me crap, you need to put the pity aside and start forming the speaking engagements to bring the parents of this nation together as a whole before we are left with no path to consider or follow.

James Twoeagles


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November 30, 2011 at 6:51 pm

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the controversial issue of using psychotropic medications with children.

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Diane Sawyer and ABC News’ 20/20 to profile Maryhurst Friday

By STAFF | Published: NOVEMBER 28, 2011

ABC News’ 20/20 is scheduled to featureMaryhurst Friday, Dec. 2.

The local local children’s home/foster care agency will not be the subject of an exposé.

Instead, Maryhurst will be profiled for its institutional philosophy that building healthy relationships is preferable to depending too heavily on psychotropic drugs to treat troubled young people, according to a Maryhurst news release.

This will be the second time ABC News and Louisville native Diane Sawyer have reported on Maryhurst, according to the release.

About five years ago, Maryhurst was featured in a special “Primetime” episode on foster care in America.

Here’s the synopsis of this week’s 20/20 coverage.

ABC News’ 20/20 will feature Louisville-based children’s home and foster care agency Maryhurst during its broadcast this Friday, Dec. 2. The episode, airing locally on WHAS-11 beginning at 10 p.m., features a special report by Diane Sawyer on the controversial issue of using psychotropic medications with children. Maryhurst, which cares primarily for teenage girls who have suffered significant trauma due to abuse and neglect, is to be shown as an example of best practices. After working with agencies across the country, ABC was particularly impressed with Maryhurst’s belief that although medications can sometimes be very helpful, the best approach in working with children is to help them build healthy relationships based on trust and communication. Through intensive therapy and positive relationships with staff, many of the children at Maryhurst are able to drastically reduce their levels of medication while in care.

About Maryhurst: Maryhurst is celebrating its 168th year of caring for abused and neglected children, making it the state’s oldest child welfare agency. Believing the worth of children and strength of families are cornerstones for a better world, Maryhurst is dedicated to providing care and commitment, strength and support, healing and hope to children and families in great need. The private, non-profit agency cares for more than 400 children each year through aresidential treatment program for teenage girls, community based group homes for teen girls, therapeutic foster care services, psychiatric residential treatment facilities, and transitional living services. Maryhurst is recognized nationally for its expertise in caring for severely traumatized youth, most often victims of sexual, physical and/or emotional abuse or neglect.



Dear Diane Sawyer , I live in Cincinnati Ohio and  I commend you on  the work you are doing to expose the reality of children in foster care.  We too along with everyone else has an enormous problem dealing with the foster care issue. I personally am feeling the effects of this issue from where I discovered that it originates. I would like to first start off by saying that we all know that their are some children that need to be removed  from their homes and their are the children that are being victimized by bad child protective services caseworkers, being torn from their families despite having a good home. I have video proof  along with my truthful story of how corrption  in my situation and others are being vitimized and abused by the very people that are sworn to protect our children. Bad caseworkers here have been massively lying under oath in all the courtrooms, fabrication evidence, lying to the clients as well as on the clients. Here in hamilton county , the bad caseworkers feed the judges bad and corrupt information in order fer the case to come out which ever way they personally want it to go. We need you Diane Sawyer,  to come and make a difference here in hamilton county and put a stop to the abuse to the mondel act and the adoption families act. Louisvilles  I-team and the clients of child protective services got fed up, took charge and made the difference and we need to do the same.    Feel free to contact me at  and I will give you my number.

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November 30, 2011 at 6:45 pm

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Judge Wooten gets 10 years probation

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Suzanne Wooten

By Dan Eakin,

Published: Monday, November 28, 2011 9:10 PM CST
District Judge Suzanne Wooten was sentenced to 10 years probation and a $10,000 fine Monday after having been convicted last week of bribery and other charges.

She also will be required to perform more than 1,000 hours of community service while on probation.

The jury arrived at 8:30 a.m. Monday, expecting to hear prosecutors the next two days arguing what sentence she should receive, and the defense arguing one day that the sentence should be less than what prosecutors would be asking.

After waiting to be brought into the courtroom, the jury was informed that, over the holidays, the state and defense had reached an agreement on the sentence and the fine.

Visiting District Judge Kerry Russell agreed to the sentence on condition that Wooten would acknowledge her guilt and waive the right to appeal. After Wooten did so, the judge signed the necessary papers for the conviction, sentence and fine. The jury was then brought into the courtroom, given an explanation and dismissed, with the judge thanking the jurors for their service.

After hearing more than two weeks of testimony, the jury convicted Wooten last week, and the judge had set the sentencing phase to begin Monday morning. With the agreement worked out between the state and the defense, the sentencing phase became unnecessary.

Per the agreement, Wooten was sentenced to 10 years probation on each of eight charges, to run concurrently, including six counts of bribery, conspiring to engage in criminal activity and money laundering. She was sentenced to five years probation for tampering with a government record, also to run concurrently.

Following the signing of the agreement Monday, Wooten’s attorney, Peter Schulte, who defended Wooten along with Toby Shook, said, “We are disappointed in the jury’s verdict. However, Judge Wooten is ready to move on with her life.”

The agreement also makes Wooten immediately cease her duty as the 380th District Court judge. She had been suspended, receiving full pay, while awaiting trial.

The next hurdle Wooten must overcome will likely be a hearing before the state bar on whether she should be disbarred, meaning her license would be taken away and she could no longer legally practice law in Texas.

“The disbarment is not automatic,” Schulte said. “She will have the right to be heard.”

Should she be disbarred, Wooten could still work as a mediator, a paralegal or in other areas related to the practice of law.

Wooten holds a law degree from St. Mary’s School of Law in San Antonio.

During the lengthy trial, the state alleged that David and Stacy Cary had funneled six amounts totaling $150,000 into the checking account of James Stephen Spencer, Wooten’s campaign manager, to finance Wooten’s 2008 campaign as bribes to get Wooten to rule in their favor in a child-parent relations case.

Had Wooten taken the case, which she did not, she would have had to rule on whether David Cary would have been required to pay his ex-wife, Jennifer Cary, more than $400,000 in a divorce settlement.

Harry White, who with Adrienne McFarland prosecuted the Wooten case as members of the Texas Attorney General’s staff, promised that he would also bring the Carys and Spencer to trial in relation to the same case.

Stacy Cary is expected to go on trial first, possibly in January. Spencer is expected to be tried next, and David Cary last.

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November 29, 2011 at 10:51 pm

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Texas State Judge On Trial For Bribery, Money Laundering Charges

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Judge Suzanne Wooten

Judge Suzanne Wooten, indicted for bribery.

McKINNEY (AP) — A state district judge in North Texas is set for trial on charges of accepting a bribe that boosted her 2008 election bid in exchange for future favorable rulings in her court.

Judge Suzanne Wooten faces felony charges of engaging in organized criminal activity, money laundering, bribery and tampering with a government record. Opening statements were set for Tuesday in Collin County.

Prosecutors allege that a campaign consultant for the 43-year-old judge took six payments totaling $150,000 from a couple locked in a bitterchild custody battle with the husband’s ex-wife.

Wooten has denied wrongdoing, and reports say she will testify.

Wooten was suspended with pay after her indictment last year. If convicted, her punishment ranges from life in prison to probation.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press.  All rights reserved.)

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November 28, 2011 at 11:19 pm

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Foster Children Still Used By Government For Dangerous Experiments

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Foster Children Still Used (Below). U.S. Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments (Public Meeting), Executive Chambers Madison Hotel Washington DC, March 15, 1995 1:00pm Chris DeNicola (B), Valerie Wolf (A), Claudia Mullen (C) at Pg 77

MKULTRA Victim B Tucson AZ Testimony US Hearings. Transcript at

Project MKULTRA, CIA’s Program Of Research In Behavioral Modification, 1977 SENATE MKULTRA HEARINGS, TESTIMONY, DOCS and at




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November 28, 2011 at 10:47 pm

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Former Bryan County sheriff’s deputy indicted on federal civil rights charges

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Former Bryan County sheriff’s deputy indicted on federal civil rights charges
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MUSKOGEE — A federal grand jury has indicted a former Bryan County sheriff’s lieutenant on federal civil rights violations and obstruction of justice for allegedly using a Taser on a woman and two jail inmates last year.

The U.S. Department of Justice announced the six-count indictment Tuesday afternoon against Kevin Bennett Holt, 48, Achille.

Prosecutors accused Holt of using a Taser on two occasions on a woman who had been arrested, plus using a Taser on two male inmates during incidents in September and November 2010.

Sheriff Bill Sturch said his office initiated the investigation into allegations against Holt last year and after about a month, turned the case over to the FBI due to the alleged civil rights violations.

Under federal law, using excessive force against an inmate is a civil rights violation.

A former sheriff’s deputy who once spoke with the Democrat about the case, said that among the allegations was that Holt had used a Taser against inmates who were in a restraint chair.

Federal prosecutors said Holt is specifically charged with deprivation of rights under color of law, falsifying a written statement and lying to the FBI.

Holt resigned from the sheriff’s office in January. He was also once a police officer in Achille.

If convicted on the civil rights counts, Holt faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison on each count. The false statement count has a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison, and lying to the FBI carries a maximum sentence of five years. He could also be fined up to $250,000.

The case is being investigated by the Oklahoma City Division of the FBI. It is being jointly prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Oklahoma and the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice.

Read more: Durant Daily Democrat – Former Bryan County sheriff’s deputy indicted on federal civil rights charges

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November 28, 2011 at 9:29 pm

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The truth about the sex trade in America; CPS/DHS is the biggest child sex trafficking victim creator!

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And CPS is the #1 creator of children trapped in the trade!!!!! Why???? Because they tear you down, drug you you, and tell you you are worthless while bouncing you from one place to another, and that your parents HATE you!!!! I know, I was in the sex trade for 12 years, 4 as a kid ages 3-7 VIA CPS LA CA and 8 years as an adult. CPS/DHS are child traffickers for big pharma and title V funding money…when you get this through your skull…then we CAN all DO something about it!!!!!

The truth about the sex trade in America


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November 26, 2011 at 10:00 pm

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