Federal funding fraud at the expense of abused, abducted and exploited children

Federal funding fraud at the expense of abused, abducted and exploited children

By: Correspondent Joseph Kirk 28 April 2013

Funding fraud on the backs of Brevard County children
Funding fraud on the backs of Brevard County children
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A local father speaks out for children and families everywhere from Brevard County Florida. The current conditions of the system and its abuses of discretion appear appalling to say the least. When individuals improperly use the system for personal financial gain and kickbacks at the expense of children it is clear that the children suffer the most.

It is astonishing the amount of Title IV-E Funding, and all the money that comes along with it, is made off the backs of children who are sold into slavery. As you read this you will see the States are rewarded for adopting out children. They make a bonus and they make a bigger bonus when they adopt out older kids.

This father has launched a petition with the White House located at https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/stop-individuals-form-defrauding-federal-government-billions-incentive-destroy-children-and-families/kN5038rT. Which accurately details the actions currently taking place in Brevard County Florida link by link. The current abuses committed against vulnerable children and their families can only be viewed as another means of funding fraud.

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Previously the Government Accountability Office conducted a test with 5 states. The five states GAO tested lacked controls over child care assistance application and billing processes for unregulated relative providers, leaving the program vulnerable to fraud and abuse. Posing as fictitious parents and relative providers, GAO successfully billed for $11,702 in child care assistance for fictitious children and parents. In most cases, states approved GAO’s fictitious parents who used Social Security numbers of deceased individuals and claimed to work at nonexistent companies. One state also approved a fictitious child care provider with a deceased person’s Social Security number, creating the possibility that a criminal using a stolen identity could obtain federal subsidies to care for children.

More info found here: http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-10-1062

So at this time it appears the funding fraud has moved from the fictitious and deceased to real live families and their children being destroyed and exploited. According to a study by the Government Accountability Office Funds authorized under Title IV-E of the Social Security Act make up the large majority of federal child welfare funds, but are designated for purposes such as providing room and board payments for children in foster care and subsidies to adoptive parents, and generally cannot be used for child welfare services. However, 14 states have waivers allowing them to use these funds more flexibly to improve child and family outcomes. Among GAO’s selected states, Florida had a waiver allowing it to use some Title IV-E funds for in-home services designed to prevent foster care placement.

More info found here: http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-13-170

To learn more about the Government Accountability Office and who to contact about suspected fraud you can find that information here: www.gao.gov/about/index.html.

Although these funds are supposed to be used to prevent children from being removed they are often removed while individuals pretend to provide those services. The average individual in an everyday family setting would not know who to turn to if their child were taken by simulated legal process. Furthermore, how can they compete when the other party has an unlimited supply of financial resources?

The federal government is a vast money transfer machine. It spends hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars each year on subsidy programs—from the massive Medicare to hundreds of more obscure programs that most people have never heard of. There are more than 1,800 federal subsidy programs.

With such a huge array of handouts, the federal budget has become victim to large-scale fraud and abuse—that is, people taking government benefits to which they are not entitled. Just about every subsidy program suffers from fraud and abuse. Losses to federal taxpayers from fraud, abuse, and other types of improper payments are in the ballpark of $100 billion a year or more. Here we can see that the dollars and cents are adding up quickly, being waged upon the backs of America’s youth.

This father had his child abducted by a grandmother who committed fraud and gained that funding through the simulated legal processes of her alleged accomplice Attorney Scarlett G. Davidson. A video was posted on youtube showing the finding of fact. Video located here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22bYeSfvXd4

Although the child has military insurance the grandmother obtained medicaid to pay for psychotropic drugs for the child which were prescribed without any diagnosis. Florida Statute 39.407 specifically defines how the use of psychotropic drugs can be provided along with Florida Administrative codes 65E and 65C. However, the grandmother was able to obtain medicaid to pay for prescriptions without any diagnosis, parental consent or a judges order. The father has posted a video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7e0ahkVOXaw

Often the people committing funding fraud and the like are skilled legal professionals as the father outlines with 4 videos. The father also shows a non-legal document towards the end of video 4 as shown below.

1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPkE8N2Y8rQ

2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hex9kLFekk

3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIUPQaPLsvw

4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcGp-AC6P2M

This father has never had the chance to defend himself at any point for a period of 3 years and has posted pictures and notations at the following links, entitled Truth, expressing his opinions of the actions taking place in Brevard County Florida.

1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSgT1wNqc8I

2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sj9sxwaiAc

In closing it appears there is a lot more going on in Brevard County than most are willing to talk about and the father has asked families everywhere to respond by signing the following petition launched at https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/stop-individuals-form-defraudi…

This has been another objective review.

Danger or Safety? The privitization of Brevard County Family Court Services

Danger or Safety? The privitization of Brevard County Family Court Services

Supervised Visitation

Author: Journalist Joseph Kirk | Rockledge, Florida, 27.04.2013

Is this the future of family court visitation? Source: Public Domain

Is this the future for our children?
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GNA – So with an objective observation, can it be implied the receptionist must sit comfortably behind their glass window in a spacious office? Are the rooms being used for the children and visitation too small? Children confined…

In the current economy and due to budget cuts certain services within the realm of Brevard County’s Family Court have been leased out to private organizations. These organizations are funded by other private organizations and corporations. Services such as supervised visitation and mediation are privatized out to organizations joined together as a collaborative group called Brevard Family Partnership.
Eckerd Youth Services provides visitation for families in the court system in Rockledge Florida. The visitation center contains offices and a receptionist area, including a lobby or waiting room, as some may call it. In their most spacious areas, upon entering the building, the lobby is welcoming and the receptionist is pleasant. They have three visitation rooms available for use of which are not much bigger than a walk in closet at best. In fact they are equivalent at best to the size of a Brevard County Jail Cell. One room is so small it is fitted with a couch, chair and a television. Having just enough room to sit down there would not even be enough room for the edition of a small coffee table.
The other two rooms are slightly larger but not even equaling the size of the receptionist office.

So with an objective observation, can it be implied the receptionist must sit comfortably behind their glass window in a spacious office? Are the rooms being used for the children and visitation too small? What is the impact on a child in need of services being young, impressionable and full of life and energy? What about the child who has A.D.H.D. and needs to disperse that energy with physical activity? Florida Administrative Code 64E-15.001 section 4 defines a habitable room as follows:

“Habitable Room” – means a room or enclosed floor space of a permanent living quarter used or intended to be used at a recreational camp for living, sleeping, cooking or eating purposes, excluding bathrooms, water closet compartments, laundries, pantries, foyers, connecting corridors, closets or other storage space.

How can such a room be considered for recreation? The visitation centers are supposed to be designed for families to enjoy their time together in a positive environment?

These conditions are placed upon families everyday. Furthermore, in such a small space there is little more to do other than observe a movie. If Eckerd Youth Services is providing supervised services for observing the family unit, how can that task be accomplished by merely movie watching? What kind of impairment does that place upon those families being in a room that can only be considered as confinement for both the child and the parent?

Observing the Eckerd Motto from their website located at http://www.eckerd.org , where it states they are the first name in second chances, one can only ponder what kind of second chance is being provided?

This has been another objective review.