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For the last few months, I've been investigating the family court system in North Carolina. I've discovered that between the police, child protective services, and the courts, the state does a terrible job of investigating child abuse, often deliberately siding with the abuser. I have discovered an attitude throughout CPS that court order, or even legitimate reasons, are optional before taking someone's children.
Help me keep the campaign going.
Here is some of my work so far.
https://www.blogtalkradio.com/citizenaction/2021/0... about an hour and ten minutes in.
About an hour and fifteen minutes into the interview below
https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-tom-roten-m... the first ten minutes of this interview as well.
Find an interview with a Surry County victim, 35 minutes in,
Also, interview with Davidson County victim, starting approximately 36 minutes in below.
Interview with a Mecklenburg County victim about 40 minutes in below
Finally, an interview with Victor Isler, the Forsyth County Director of the Department of Social Services is below.
- Michael Volpe
- Campaign Owner
New podcast of NC victimUpdate posted by Michael Volpe at 02:25 pm
Hear how Amber Wysocki went from primary caretaker to having her ex get physical custody and allowed to move their two kids from NC to Hawaii. https://michaelvolpe.substack.com/p/michael-volpe-investigates-podcast-1e9