Skip to comments.Private eye rescues kids in night-time missions
Posted on 08/21/2011 9:07:47 AM PDT by Immerito
It's not quite real-life "Spy Kids" even though the adventure certainly is there.
It seems a Polish private investigator, dubbed "Rambo" by fans, has found a solution to the problems created when social services workers in the Nordic countries take custody of children against the wishes of family members: Simply "kidnap" the kids and give them back to the parents.
It's happened at least twice in Norway and is a stunning development for families there and in countries like Sweden, where social services workers, as WND has reported, have virtually absolute control over children once they are taken into government custody.
In June, private detective Krzysztof Rutkowski was credited with "freeing" a 9-year-old girl from her "Norwegian prison" the home of foster parents assigned by the government and returning her to her parents, who fled Norway to live in Poland.
Then, just days ago, the same detective was reported to have taken a 13-year-old boy from social services custody and returned him to his mother. The family reunion, again, was reported to be in Poland, according to IceNews.
The work has drawn the qualified praise of Ruby Harrold-Claeson, president of the Nordic Committee for Human Rights, which was founded in Copenhagen in 1996. The group aims to "increase the rights and freedoms of private individuals and their families and strengthen respect for basic human rights and fundamental freedoms in the Nordic countries."
Harrold-Claeson has been involved in some of the most notorious child-custody cases, including the case of Domenic Johansson in Sweden. Her involvement so alarmed local judicial officials that they ordered the Johansson family to be represented by an attorney of the court's choosing instead of Harrold-Claeson.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
Oh well, not to worry, the muslims will fix this when they take over. Male children--and females of any age--are considered property in their culture.
This is some years ago, but in the Tampa Bay area a DHS worker saw a child riding in a car she thought should be in a child car seat.
She forced the other car off the road, entered the family’s car, gave no identity other than saying “I’m DHS”, and dragged the screaming child by force into her own vehicle. Her terrified parents tried to pursue, lost sight of her vehicle and then called police to report a kidnapping.
Later DHS returned their child but the parents in the meantime were charged with child endangerment, later dropped. The DHS employee who kidnapped the child was given two weeks off with pay while DHS “investigated”, received no criminal charges, and still works in Florida as a DHS investigator.
“She forced the other car off the road, entered the familys car”
That sounds like yet another good reason to drive with your doors locked.
ever heard of Tax Court?
The IRS has their own rules, assigned attorneys, courtrooms, and judges who owe their existence to the IRS.
Ruby Harrold-Claeson, president of the Nordic Committee for Human Rights
Other than that she's a 'human rights' activist (Danger, Will Robinson, danger!) I don't see anywhere that she's also an attorney. ... Wait, google tells me she's from Jamaica and is in fact an attorney. Profile is a 100% match for the usual leftist type human rights activist. Barf. If I were a judge, I'd try to kick her out of my courtroom as well.
“The DHS employee who kidnapped the child was given two weeks off with pay while DHS investigated, received no criminal charges, and still works in Florida as a DHS investigator.”
What’s that? An internal investigation results in no criminal charges?
Say it isn’t so!
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