Texas Judge Admonishes CPS – Demands Return of Giwa Girls – Boy Remains in CPS Custody However in Partial Victory
Houston Couple Gagged and Told to Fire CPS-fighting Attorney in Order to See Medically-Kidnapped Child
“It’s just painful it makes no sense,” says Olubunmi Giwa. The Giwa’s are not the kind of parents who come to mind when you think Child Protective Services.
“They’re well educated they are hardworking people the mom actually has a PHD in special education dad works for an energy company here in Houston” says attorney Jon Parchman.
The couple says they know their 19-month-old son is not developing like he should but say they’ve never gotten a medical reason for his developmental delays and say they’ve never denied him medical treatment.
In court documents CPS admits the reason for the boy’s developmental delays are not known but still that state agency is accusing the parents of medical neglect.
As for the medical neglect the attorney says CPS’s only witness in court was a doctor who never saw the boy or talked to the parents.
“The most they really got was the hospital room was a little dirty that was the extent of what they proved in court,” Parchman says. “The judge said so you’ve proven there’s a dirty hospital room that doesn’t get us to danger in returning the child home.”
Still the judge ruled in CPS’s favor granting them temporary custody and only allowing the parents to see their son for one hour twice a week.
“It’s horrible he’s never been without us he’s my baby the entire family is a mess because of it we can’t function,” Giwa said.
“Just let us be in Ali’s life,” Ali’s father Ahmed Giwa said. “Don’t take Ali away from us.”
(Note: Original story has been moved. See an archived version here.)
Be sure to encourage reporter Randy Wallace by THANKING HIM for covering this story and exposing the actions of CPS in Houston. Great report Randy, and we really appreciate it! It is time for the press to expose these state-sponsored kidnappings happening all across the U.S.
Greg Abbott is the Governor of Texas, and you can let him know what you think of CPS in his state by contacting him here.
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