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State sued for seizing children because mom is disabled

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A lawsuit has been filed against Indiana‘s Department of Child Services after agents of the governmental agency took two children away from their mother because she is disabled.

A relative of the family made a ‘false report‘ that she saw abuse by Adam Huff.

That led Indiana’s Department of Child Services to remove both of the Huff children from their parents’ custody, the report said.

The state agents had demanded the right to interrogate the family‘s children without a warrant, parental consent or probable cause.

‘The lawsuit alleges that the Indiana DCS also violated the Huffs’ First Amendment right to exercise their religious beliefs, filed false affidavits in court, and placed Adam Huff on the Child Protective Index of persons ‘having been found to have committed acts of ‘substantiated‘ child abuse or neglect,’ which he cannot get off of even though the state dropped its case against the Huffs,’ PJ Media said.

‘DCS then filed a false report with the court claiming that they had exigent circumstances to remove the children from the home without a court order, which they never had,’ the report said.

‘DCS has earned a well-deserved reputation as a rogue agency with little regard for the rights of parents of the very children it is charged with protecting, but this is one of the worst abuses of state power I’ve seen,’ said lawyer Tom Blessing.


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