Le Sueur County Selling Poor Hispanic Kids

Le Sueur County Selling Poor Hispanic Kids

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Sept 20, 2012 First Official Meeting With Case Worker Sally Schroer Who Has 13 Year History of Abusing Vulnerable Disabled Adults and children from the age of 1 on up!

Sept 20, 2012 First Official Meeting

(Source Notes Finding of facts filed Sept 24 court file nuber40-JV-12-121)

Officially open case management all evidence supports the people involved are motivated based on hate of the minority, the disabled and, people who live in poverty as the result of a disability or bias against the minorit.

It stands to reason that based on the first false criminal charge has Supporting Evidence (Victor Atherton)

1  hate motivated false charge of criminal child endangerment (Jason Moran)

She is now threatened with a truancy charge (Sally Schroer).

Eugenie Harris does not have a phone she cannot afford one. According to Sally Schroer’s paperwork she had knowledge of this. According to the Minnesota Human service manual this is where Ms. Schroer should offer solutions and resources to the new in town single mother with a limited support circle.

 

Again neighbors seem to believe that Eugenie was stalked by Le Sueur County CPS.

The case worker writes in her notes that the family  arrived at the court house on foot…..

Victor Atherton stated “what did you expect walking all over town making yourselves seen.

There is a discussion on what she does not have and what she needs to do but no discussion on what sally has for support services that will help her make that happen. The reason Sally Schroer is there is so that she can make an assessment of needed services that can be provided to strengthen the families in need, so that poverty related neglect can be prevented.

http://nrccps.org/wp-content/uploads/Minnesota-Child-Maltreatment-Screening-Guideline.pdf

At times, conditions of poverty create circumstances in which a child may be neglected due to the parent(s)’ lack of financial resources. Under these circumstances, counties work to assist parent(s) in correcting the conditions of neglect, and to meet the protective needs of their children, but do not determine the parents’ behavior as neglectful. The following conditions should be considered

harge being enforced selectively by Le Centers City Attorney Jason Moran and Le Sueur County Lead Child Investigator Victor Atherton that the threat of a second criminal charge may have influenced the second event.

The person who required education for following an example of the school is charged with a crime. The actual facility that inspired the event has been knowingly endangering young children with a special pass.

Sally Schroer left on the 20th with the following information listed as important notes

Two of the children were behind on shots. Immunizations are not enforced by law neither are well baby check ups. They are parent made  decisions. So it is unclear why these items are listed.

The home appeared to be in good condition clean baby proof no safety hazards children are bathed plenty of food and clean clothes.

The children are home for the 2nd day sick

Mother does not have a phone

Mother is new in town and has a limited support circle of 1 another stay at home mom

Conclusion From a trained social worker

NOT IN SCHROERS NOTES

Parent is not able to make necessary phone calls for things like Dr. Appointments and calling the children in sick to the school.She also does not have transportation (Resource Needed)

Lacks knowledge on age appropriate cognitive skills of children.  (Resource Needed)

Does not have transportation to take children to Dr. Appointments (Resource Needed)

Sept 21, 2012 Removal from Home

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon Probable Cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

 

Case Worker Sally Schroer drops by to drop off Tampons.

Knocks on outside door of the house that is divided in to three apartments and there is no answer. She Claims to hear a baby cry. According to Schroer this is exigent circumstance

Exigent circumstance….

Exigent circumstances are said to exist when:(1) a person’s life or safety is threatened (2) a suspect’s escape is imminent, or (3) evidence is about to be removed or destroyed. This is also termed as emergency circumstances or special circumstances.

Does hearing a baby cry for minutes outside a dwelling divided in to three apartments with all tenants  home, fall in one of the above categories?

Why do babies cry?

Some babies have excessive crying

Baby colic (also known as infantile colic) is defined as episodes of crying for more than three hours a day for more than three days a week for three weeks in an otherwise healthy child.

Typically though babies are born with the ability to cry. When they’re tiny, it’s their main way of communicating. If you hear a crying baby, you usually want to find out why. Sometimes they might be crying because they are hungry, cold or hot, scared, overtired, wet, in pain or uncomfortable.

Older babies and toddlers

Older babies and toddlers still cry because they’re hungry, tired or uncomfortable. But they are also starting to develop more control over their crying. For example, a toddler might learn that if he cries when he’s put down, their mom will pick them up again. This might lead to louder and longer crying next time they want to be held!

Temper Tantrums- Temper tantrums range from whining and crying to screaming, kicking, hitting, and breath holding. They’re equally common in boys and girls and usually occur between the ages of 1 to 3. Kids’ temperaments vary dramatically — so some kids may experience regular tantrums, whereas others have them rarely. They’re a normal part of development and don’t have to be seen as something negative. Unlike adults, kids don’t have the same inhibitions or control.

There are lots of reasons for a baby to cry, I am not saying it does not happen but as a parent of four grown children I personally have never experienced a child crying that warranted life or death situation.  My question is, did Sally Schroer think she would not be able to obtain a warrant if she told the judge she needed one based on the following criteria

1)      Standing outside a home that is divided into 3 apartments.

2) All tenants are home.

3) I heard a baby cry for a few minutes.

The entire event took place in a total of 20 minutes.

Genie realized she had not called the children in and it was almost 10 AM. She has 3 sick kids home from school the only person she knows who she can ask to use the phone is the neighbor who has 3 children at home. Genie is worried her children could be contagious so she decides to run next door to quick make the phone call. She was absent for 15 minutes and detained outside for five minutes arguing with Officer Hanna.

When she gets in to the apartment sally Schroer was searching through closets and drawers looking for bags and clothing.

According to Sally Schroer the children cannot be left alone even for a second. Yet Schroer herself leaves them unattended. She stays outside leaving them unattended until the officer arrives.

Sally calls a police officer. The officer arrives in under a minute. Officer Hanna uses information that Sally Schroer provides. Officer Hanna himself has no evidence of an emergency. The officer’s testimony did not indicate a child was crying. When he entered the apartment Rylyn was sitting in her highchair. It is my understanding imminent danger must be a factor to remove children from their parents. The Definition of

Imminent danger – Imminent

Impending; menacingly close at hand; threatening. Imminent peril, for example, is danger that is certain, immediate, and impending, such as the type an individual might be in as a result of a serious illness or accident. The chance of the individual dying would be highly probable in such situation, as opposed to remote or contingent. For a gift causa mortis (Latin for “in anticipation of death”) to be effective, the donor must be in imminent peril and must die as a result of it. None

Schroer said the home is baby proof and had no safety hazards clean children plenty of food and it turns out all three of the kids were sick as Genie had stated.  It is my opinion four things were at play that created this 15 minute absence.

Lack of resources and support circle

The first criminal charge being handed out under what appears to be an act of discrimination.

The deadline she had to make the call or be charged with another issue

The threat of truancy charge

 

Was this Poverty related -Yes

I found this listed in the MN maltreatment guidelines below.

• Failing to provide supervision of children in bathtubs, near swimming pools, lakes, ponds, holding tanks, machinery, busy streets and alleys

Minnesota Child Maltreatment

Screeni http://nrccps.org/wp-content/uploads/Minnesota-Child-Maltreatment-Screening-Guideline.pdfng Guidelines

 

IV. Neglect Defined [M.S. 626.556, subd. 2 (f) (1)-(9)] Neglect means “the failure by a person responsible for a child’s care to supply a child with necessary food, clothing, shelter, health, medical, or other care required for the child’s physical or mental health when reasonably able to do so.” [M.S. 626.556, subd. 2 (f) (1)]

Mn State maltreatment Guide lines

2. Examples of parent(s) not providing adequately for a child’s supervision and safety includes, but is not limited to:

• Failing to provide supervision of children in bathtubs, near swimming pools, lakes, ponds, holding tanks, machinery, busy streets and alleys

• Selecting an unreliable person to provide child care.

http://nrccps.org/wp-content/uploads/Minnesota-Child-Maltreatment-Screening-Guideline.pdf

At times, conditions of poverty create circumstances in which a child may be neglected due to the parent(s)’ lack of financial resources. Under these circumstances, counties work to assist parent(s) in correcting the conditions of neglect, and to meet the protective needs of their children, but do not determine the parents’ behavior as neglectful. The following conditions should be considered when screening alleged reports of neglect:

http://nrccps.org/wp-content/uploads/Minnesota-Child-Maltreatment-Screening-Guideline.pdf

What they have discovered is 100% poverty related there are a list of other things to be considered before determining maltreatment. Victor Atherton decides that despite Minnesota law and rules only for Eugenie Harris is poverty related neglect.

Victor Atherton goes to six year old Cameron’s School to conduct an interview with him because the mother was worried her kids might make the neighbor kids’ sick she is a single mom, new in town  with a limited support circle and does not have money for a phone.

These measures seem extreme for poverty related neglect and educational for assuming a school would not endanger the safety of children or just not knowing the school had a special pass by county officials.  Atherton conducted an interview of a child  will definitely teach children that being poor is a crime!!! At least in Le Sueur County.

Pedophiles with good standing jobs can assault children repeatedly based on the way Brent Christian applies the law .

Brent approved an order to have this mothers children placed in foster care with his childless relatives. according to the laws he applied to the order Brent believed poverty that existed as a result of a disability is a parent trying to intentionally harm a child.

 

 

Sept 28 2013 Police report

Sally Schroer is found a 3rd time inside the private residence by the renters who discovered her exiting the residence upon returning home. Chris Bracken filed a police report about the incident.

policeDespite the fact that she illegally broke in to a private residence for a 3 rd time the county attorney office  does nothing.  They may have spent so much money on the fake charges against Eugenie Harris that they did not want to burden the courts with legitimate crimes?

 

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