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Outraged Parents Ask Federal Court For Injunction to Shut Down Child Protection Services in Minnesota

Plaintiffs "Stop Child Protection Services from Legally Kidnapping Children" Wage War and Seek Order to Overturn Alleged Unconstitutional Laws and Stop Serial Abuse of Families Now! United States District Court - District of Minnesota - Case Number 0:8-CV-01091

By ST. PAUL, MINN. (PRWEB) JUNE 04, 2018

On June 5, 2018 parents from across the state of Minnesota, are asking a federal court to shut down the state’s child protection services, stop serial abuse of families and overturn the unconstitutional laws by which the agency operates.

Dwight Mitchell and the group Stop Child Protection Services From Legally Kidnapping Children, (SCPSLKC), with 1,253 members, are asking the United States District Court of Minnesota to issue a summary judgement against state and county agencies enforcing Minnesota’s child protection laws. Close to 4,000 parents have signed the groups petition Stop Child Protection Services From Legally Kidnapping Children on change.org.

Mitchell, along with his attorney and parent representatives of SCPSLKC, will discuss their lawsuit and injunction request at a press conference at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at the State Office Building in St. Paul in Room 181.

SCPSLKC’s mission is the preservation of the family and to stop child protection services from legally kidnapping children. SCPSLKC alleges Minnesota’s child protection services have massive, statewide problems. Thus, SCPSLKC requested a summary judgement motion for a permanent injunction closing down Minnesota’s child protection services until the alleged unconstitutional statutes are fixed.

Minnesota child-protection statutory provisions require a child’s “culture” to be a factor in terminating parental rights. Court documents allege this allows for a constitutionally impermissible racial categorization.

WHAT: Press conference on Stop Child Protection Services from Legally Kidnapping et al v. Dakota County Social Services et al, a lawsuit against Minnesota state and county agencies over illegal and unconstitutional removal of children from their homes
WHEN: Tuesday, June 5, 2018, 9:45 a.m. (Central)
WHERE: State Office Building, 100 Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, St. Paul, Minnesota 55155 - Room 181


WHO:

Dwight Mitchell, parent whose children were unconstitutionally removed from his home and plaintiff in the lawsuit
Erick Kaardal, Esq., partner at Mohrman, Kaardal & Erickson, P.A, representing Mitchell and SCPSFKLC
Andrea Kroll, SCPSFLKC parent whose children were unconstitutionally removed from her home.
Maraliz James, SCPSFLKC parent whose children were unconstitutionally removed from her home.
Amanda Weber, SCPSFLKC parent whose children were unconstitutionally removed from her home.


ONSITE CONTACTS:

Dwight Mitchell, 732.208.9950
Erick Kaardal, 763.486.5435


In April 2018, this association of Minnesota parents brought a civil rights lawsuit against Dakota County Social Services and its employees, along with staff members of the county’s Public Defender and County Attorney offices, and the Department of Human Services.



About Stop Child Protection Services from Legally Kidnapping

Throughout the United States, children are needlessly removed from parents for “infractions” that have traditionally been accepted practices in many homes. In Minnesota, unconstitutional enforcement has victimized all of its citizen’s, but has disproportionately targeted African-American and Native American families, dragging all the families through years of legal action and parental nightmares. Stop Child Protection Services from Legally Kidnapping seeks legal reform and restitution for victimized families. For more information contact Dwight Mitchell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Original Article: https://www.prweb.com/releases/2018/06/prweb15534069.htm

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