What The Police And The Children's Aid Society Didn't Find.

What The Police And The Children's Aid Society Didn't Find.
Posted on March 5, 2018 | Derek Flegg | Written on March 5, 2018
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KelleyandDerek.com

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You know what I want to talk about ?

All the things the children's aid society and the police have never found in our home any of the many times they've found opportunities to search it. They've never found any signs of any illicit activities at all and no foul minded troll has ever seen any in any our videos or facebook pictures.

They didn't find drug paraphernalia, or a mountain of empty booze bottles, or drugs - legal or illegal, no drug labs or grow operations, no booze or heaping ashtrays and piles of trash or rotten food festering on the dirty dishes in the sink, or unwashed, unclothed children eating from dirty plates, or children whose medical needs aren't being cared for, or signs of violence or guns or stolen property or stolen cars parked in our driveway or unexplained piles of money, and they haven't found people coming and going or parties to the wee hours of the night and drunken fights like they find in so many other homes in Smiths Falls and before Kelley blew the whistle on FCSLLG for their complete lack of security and common sense running their own website, we had no criminal involvement with police or any matters before the court and we live in a good neighborhood.

What they found with their surprise visits was an untidy home, not a health or safety issue, just a slightly untidy home. Where were we before all this happened, before this encounter with the society? Well I took care of our home and three children while my wife went to school full time while also working full time to pay for her Social Service Worker course, which she graduated with honors (making all the hard work to get ahead so very worth it). Then after delivering our last child a week before her first year final exams and completing her exams on time, then shortly after going back to finish her second year of college, I took care of the home and our four young children, two in school and two at home. It was my wife's first full day off in two years after completing the Social Service Worker Course at Algonquin College in Perth and working full time, when the worker with a cop knocked on the door. It was like they were spitting on all our hard work to raise good kids and make a better life for them than we had for ourselves.

WATCH THE VIDEOS FOR YOURSELF.

HE SAID - SHE SAID - THEY SAID. (PART ONE)

HE SAID - SHE SAID - THEY SAID. (PART TWO)

WHAT REASON DID THE CHILD PROTECTION SOCIAL WORKER AND COP HAVE FOR COMING TO OUR DOOR?

WATCH THE VIDEO:

LETS START AT THE BEGINNING

Here's an "apology" letter from FCSLLG's former director of service, Kim Morrow that doesn't really apologize, it actually blames us for everything they did wrong and it doesn't excuse the not so veiled threats to remove our children if we failed to cooperate fully without telling us what their concerns were and failing to tell us what the concerns were based on while attempting to coerce my wife an I into signing consent forms - or for bringing my wife an I to court for refusing to sign consent forms or claiming taking my family to court and asking the judge to order one year of supervision (funding) was only part of their "investigative process."

Go To Page One Of The "Apology."

Go To Page Two Of The "Apology."

But we didn't get the "apology" letter till we posted this video.

Meet Kim Morrow, former unregistered director of service for FCSLLG who has 30 plus years of experience and listen as she explains FCSLLG's failure to investigate objectively, taking a biased position throughout, and failing to re-assess and adjust FCSLLG's position as FCSLLG had a statutory duty to do when faced with information that did not support FCSLLG's original position were just bumps on the road. After reviewing our complaint and our file, Kim claims she was unaware we had filed anything with the court.

This 120 minute video is the beginning of the FCSLLG's internal complaint process. Unfortunately the complaint process came to sudden and complete stop when we wouldn't agree to sign a legally binding document agreeing not to document (record) the complaint process for legal purposes.

Watch the video: Behind Closed Doors. Part One.

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