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Only 7 views so far... I downloaded before it SURELY gets ZAPPED...
7 isnt too bad considering ot was uploaded just before posting here. Wondering how long it will last.
 

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U.S. Supreme Court Denies Orange County's (California) Request to Overturn a $4.9 Million Civil Rights Verdict Against County and Social Workers

Today the United State Supreme Court denied Orange County’s petition for certiorari filed in October 2010. The petition challenged a 2007 jury verdict of $4.9 million against Orange County and two of its social services agents, Marcie Vreeken and Helen Dwojak. The plaintiff, Deanna Fogarty-Hardwick, filed suit in February 2001 alleging the defendants violated her civil rights when they lied to a juvenile dependency court judge to obtain orders authorizing them to remove and detain her daughters. The children were separated from her for approximately six and one half years.

Ms. Fogarty-Hardwick is hopeful that this case will cause some much needed change at the social services agency.​
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SAN DIEGO, CA (PRWEB) APRIL 20, 2011

RE: Fogarty-Hardwick v. County of Orange, et al.
United State Supreme Court, Docket # 10-857

On April 18th the United State Supreme Court denied Orange County’s petition for certiorari filed in October 2010. The petition arose from a 2007 jury verdict of $4.9 million against Orange County and two of its social services agents, Marcie Vreeken and Helen Dwojak. The plaintiff in the action, Deanna Fogarty-Hardwick filed suit in February 2001 alleging the defendants violated her civil rights when they lied to a juvenile dependency court judge to obtain orders authorizing them to remove and detain her daughters. The children were separated from her for approximately 6 and one half years.

In its petition for certiorari, Orange County argued – among other things – that the Supreme Court should overturn the verdict based on principals recently announced by the court in its decision in Connick v. Thompson (U.S. Supreme Court Docket # 09-571). The County further argued that social workers are akin to prosecutors and should therefore be entitled to absolute immunity for their misconduct. Fogarty-Hardwick was ordered by the Court to file an opposing brief on February 14, 2011. Resolution of the petition for certiorari was the last step in Fogarty-Hardwick’s decade long battle to vindicate her rights, and hold Orange County and its agents accountable for their misdeeds. She remains hopeful that her case will cause much needed changes to be implemented at the Orange County Social Services Agency.

San Diego Lawyer Shawn A. McMillan, of the Law Offices of Shawn A. McMillan, was lead counsel in the case. Attorney Kathryn E. Karcher, of Karcher Harmes, LLP., was co-counsel.

For additional information, contact:
Shawn A. McMillan, Esq.
The Law Offices of Shawn A. McMillan, A.P.C.
4955 Via Lapiz
San Diego, California 92122
Telephone: (858) 646-0069
Facsimile: (206) 600-4582
Website: http://www.mcmillan-law.com
 

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"verdict based on principals"
- even in 2011 correct spelling had gone to pot, I see.
Journalists have no PRINCIPLES, it seems...

PS - Lying officials DEFINITELY should NOT be IMMUNE TO PROSECUTION, in any case!
 

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EVERYONE ON EPSTEIN’S FLIGHT LOGS
Posted by CharlesCarroll | Jul 12, 2020 |
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By: @anony_fa_mous @anony_fa_mous

Featured graphic image by: R_D__R_LL @R_D__P_LL

We have all seen the names but most of use don’t know what some of these people look like or what they do. For anyone labeled – take with a grain of salt because it could be the wrong person.

H/T = MilSpecOpsMonkey@mil_ops If anyone is interested, this is the dial-in for the public to listen in on Ms Maxwell’s next hearing… I think it is pretty limited; but IF you do get through, please share what you find out!
 

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EVERYONE ON EPSTEIN’S FLIGHT LOGS
Posted by CharlesCarroll | Jul 12, 2020 |
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By: @anony_fa_mous @anony_fa_mous

Featured graphic image by: R_D__R_LL @R_D__P_LL

We have all seen the names but most of use don’t know what some of these people look like or what they do. For anyone labeled – take with a grain of salt because it could be the wrong person.

H/T = MilSpecOpsMonkey@mil_ops If anyone is interested, this is the dial-in for the public to listen in on Ms Maxwell’s next hearing… I think it is pretty limited; but IF you do get through, please share what you find out!
Went to your image source, and enlarged it for legibility... See if it works...
- Yep, with my reading glasses I can make out most of the names now...

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Volusia deputy rescues missing girl at motel: 2/18/21 (4 min 09 sec):


Published on Feb 22, 2021 by Volusia Sheriff's Office​
VOLUSIA DEPUTY TRACKS DOWN, RESCUES MISSING GIRL, 13, IN MOTEL ROOM WITH 22-YEAR-OLD MAN SHE MET ONLINE​
A Volusia sheriff’s deputy looking for a 13-year-old Oak Hill girl who went missing after school went searching from motel to motel until he found her in a dark motel room with a 22-year-old Orlando man she met online.​
When Deputy Royce James entered the doorway of the room at the All Suite Motel at 335 N. Ridgewood Ave. in Edgewater, the girl ran into his arms and gave him a hug.​
The suspect, 22-year-old Tyler Thompson (DOB 2/25/1998), was taken into custody on a charge of interference with child custody, with the Edgewater Police Department adding a charge of traveling to meet after using a computer to lure a child. Additional charges are pending.​
Deputies responded to the missing child report around 6:15 p.m. Thursday, after the girl’s grandmother said she never came home, and never went to her basketball game after school, either. Deputy James started investigating, and spoke to a friend of the missing girl, who said the victim was planning on going to a motel with someone she met online. The friend said she thought the man’s name started with a T, possibly Tyler, and that he was from Orlando. She said he may have picked up the victim at the Dollar General store in Oak Hill.​
Deputy James went to the Dollar General to look for security video, and found surveillance images of the victim at the store. An employee reported the girl said she was waiting for someone to pick her up.​
Next, Deputy James started visiting area motels, showing the front desk clerks a photo of the missing girl and searching the day’s check-ins for a match. At the third motel he checked, Deputy James noticed a guest checked in under the name Tyler Thompson, with an address out of Orlando. Deputies went to his room and knocked on the door several times before Thompson finally answered, and the victim came running.​
When she was told she’d be taken somewhere to be medically cleared and interviewed, the girl asked Deputy James to stay with her. He took her to a local Department of Children and Families facility for evaluation, and then took her home.​
The motel is located in the city limits of Edgewater, and the Edgewater Police Department is working with the State Attorney’s Office on potential additional charges in this case. Thompson was released from the Volusia County Branch Jail on Friday night after posting $15,000 bail on his current charges.​
 

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