Chaco wrote:One writes, "I'm not going to get into a war of words with you, it's counterproductive and inappropriate to this forum."
And another in response to my requests for particular information to be posted tells me I have to do a search the internet.
Smoke and mirrors.
A war of words with you Dan is useless because you twist and turn things just like a CPS worker does. Points are made and you STILL don't understand. People just tend to give up on something that's useless. No smoke, no mirrors, just plain disgust with trying to teach someone the basics of the English Language.
I do very well with the English language.
And I have no comprehension problems.
Chaco wrote: As far as looking things up for yourself Dan. If you DECIDE not to read the links as they become available to you, then the next best thing is to do a search when you become curious. It's not the responsibility of others to keep posting the things you miss.
First, no links have been available to me.
Second, YOU should post the links and specify what in the links prove your point.
And third, I haven't missed the links because you haven't posted them.
Chaco wrote:However, for the sake of ejaffe, I will post some cases so he can see some of the violations that he can use to fight against CPS. All of these cases were found either directly on this forum or in a link from a post from this forum.
Walsh v. Erie
John and Jane Doe v. Carla Heck, et al.
Calabretta v. Floyd
Norfleet v. Arkansas Dept. of Human Services
J.B. v. Washington County
Jones v. Hunt
Dubbs v. Headstart
Doe v. Bagan
Crawford v. Washington
And specifically how do these law suits relate to ejaffe's situation?
BTW perjury is rarely prosecuted.
Look it up.