Wednesday, April 23, 2008

LDS AND GAG ORDERS

LDS Family Services of Hawaii wanted and received a gag order regarding Camira Bailey. That gag order can not remove all the posts about her all over the internet. There are sneaky little tricks that people can use to access them. I know I have used them. So we can all delete all the posts but they would all still be there on the internet. You can't delete anything on the internet. Its there forever and ever. It is against the law to hold Camira and all of the other natural parents fighting for my actions.

Of course the reason why they want this gag order is because they pulled a fast one on Camira. Accusing her of doing drugs and threatening her with Child Protective Services of Hawaii. They had her and her mother in tears before the day was out. In the mean time, her child was flown to Oregon.

The sad thing is with the gag order. She has probably lost her case. Hawaii's law states that once the child is placed with the adoptive parents. That is it. She has to prove coercion. Natural parent coercion is damn near impossible to prove. The judge probably is thinking none of this happened to this girl and her family. The natural father is involved. LDS is powerful. They will wield their money to get the judge to see things their way. Camira and the father can fight until their blue in the face. They will have to go to the Hawaii Supreme Court in order to get the adoption order reversed. Then they will have to fight in Oregon. LDS Family Services of Hawaii will encourage the adoptive parents to continue fighting. After all its their rights that are more important than the rights of the natural parents.

It is becoming a battle for the rights of the natural parents vs. the adoptive parents. The LDS Church as we all know want to build their numbers through adoption. They don't care how they do it as long as it gets done. Adoption is not a right. It is a priviledge. A mother does not have a fundamental right to relinquish her child. The National Council for Adoption would like it so.

So I have decided to put the names of those fighting LDS Family/Social Services and other agencies/attorneys at the bottom of every blog. I plan on using the labels for the next month. You can't shut me down. You can't hold Camira Bailey and her family accountable for my actions. This is my blog and it is being written out of the state of Texas. Hawaii's law and Oregon's law has no jurisdiction over me. I will continue to remind folks of the loss that these folks have suffered at the hands of these unscrupulous adoption agencies and attorneys

So please continue to spread the word of these parents who are still fighting for their right to parent their own children. The law was broken in all of their cases. Its time that the United States Attorney General, the FBI, Department of Energy and Commerce and the Justice Department stands up and pay attention to these folks.

CAMIRA BAILEY - SON STOLEN BY LDS FAMILY SERVICES
BRYCE CARKHUFF - DAUGHTER STOLEN
SHAWN MCDONALD - SON STOLEN BY LDS FAMILY SERVICES
BRYNDEN AYRE - DAUGHTER STOLEN BY ADOPTION CENTER OF CHOICE
JOSHUA SIMMERSON - CHILD STOLEN BY ADOPTION CENTER OF CHOICE
STEPHANIE BENNETT - DAUGHTER STOLEN BY A CHILD'S WAITING
ALLISON QUETS - TWINS STOLEN BY MICHAEL SHORSTEIN AND BRYAN KELLY
IBBAANIKA BOND AND CRAIG LENTZ - SON STOLEN
CODY O'DEA - DAUGHTER STOLEN BY ADOPTION CENTER OF CHOICE
MATT TENNESON - CHILD STOLEN BY LDS FAMILY SERVICES

3 comments:

Gershom said...

Nice!!! I'll do the same!!

HeatherRainbow said...

FYI... it is Brian Kelly, not Bryan. :) This is great!

Randy said...

Well done.

I was raised LDS, and I am an adoptee, though my adoption wasn't arranged via LDS Family Services. IMHO, the Mormons aren't so much attempting to build their numbers via adoption as they are attempting to place babies in June & Ward Cleaver two-parent households--obviously, Mormon ones. However, Mormon families have enough kids on their own that adoptions aren't necessary to build the kingdom.

IMHO, their obsession with keeping records sealed has more to do with giving the birthmom a chance to "repent" and move on with her life as if nothing ever happened, unencumbered by the shame of unwed motherhood, than it does with anything else. That's a very Mormon attitude. Of course, that completely ignores the feelings of the adoptees, but, hey, they got two parents out of the deal, right?

I know one couple that adopted three kids through LDSFS. They were an exception--their adoptions were open, and the birthmothers got to know them and stay in touch. However, I've heard of many a questionable adoption facilitated by the church agency.