Defending the Rights of Families in the Northeast Bloc
Ken Robinson sent a commentary that was written by his former law school classmate and our mutual friend, Greg Hession. The piece is the cover story of the latest issue of The New American, and it's called "Families Separated by the State."
It's yet another depressing, revealing look at the House of Horrors that is the Child Protection (sic) Service industry, and Attorney Hession valiantly does battle in the belly of the beast (Marxachusetts) on a daily basis. He writes, "A lawyer who fights these agencies, rather than simply giving up his clients' rights (as their previous attorneys often did), is a lonely figure. The one thing that continues to supply me with energy and hope is the knowledge that I can save some families from losing their children, and can help reunite other families that have already been torn apart, for no reason other than the state decreed it be done."
This publication also takes on the "Child Protection Racket," and quotes Greg.