Georgia Senator Nancy Schaefer may have known more about State-sponsored kidnappings than any other politician in the United States before she was murdered in March of 2010. Her published report, The Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services, was a scathing expose on the terrible practice of State-sponsored child kidnapping. It was the basis for many lectures and interviews she gave on the topic, several of which are available on YouTube. She claims the report caused her to lose her Senate seat in the Georgia State Senate, but she stated: "However, there are causes worth losing over." This cause was so big however, that there are some who believe she lost more than just her job. They believe she lost her very life. In this article, we reproduce the message and work of Georgia Senator Nancy Schaefer. Her scathing report is included here, as well as a very comprehensive interview she gave less than 1 year before her death. Nancy Schaefer had first-hand knowledge that children all across the United States were being kidnapped and taken out of families by government employees for very evil purposes, including child sex trafficking.
Without identifying herself, the parents said, the social worker began interviewing Multari, asking about their parents, their relationship, their health. “Who are you?” Multari said she asked. “You best not get defensive,” Multari said the woman responded. The woman told her that if she cooperated, everything would be fine. Minutes later, while Multari was nursing the baby, a nurse came and took the newborn away.
A Gwinnett County (Georgia) father cleared after spending seven months in jail now wants police to charge the state worker who accused him of attacking her. John Blue lost his interior design shop, his apartment and most of his belongings as he sat in jail for seven months. It took a jury less than 45 minutes to find Blue not guilty. For the past several days, Blue has been living in his van. Police said it is the same van he used to ram a state welfare worker last summer during a Division of Family and Children’s Services investigation at the time. Blue left with his children, and a Levi’s Call was issued hours later. As police arrested Blue that day, he insisted that the worker assaulted him. Now out of jail following the not-guilty verdict, Blue is on a mission to recover some of what he lost.