Wendy Greene: Child Kidnapping In America?
What’s The Real Truth About CPS?
Wendy Greene is a fourth generation human and civil rights activist, writer/advocate for the victims of autism and homelessness, and author of the up-and-coming book "Justice". The Canary Stories are individual true accounts documenting the corruption and fraud of Child Protective Services (CPS) and similar agencies, sent from around the world by parents requesting that their voices be heard. The ongoing reports are named The Canary Stories after the life-saving canaries that protected the coal mines. Today, The Canary Stories are also sounding the warning in an attempt to save children, families and even lives.
This Saturday, Lost Arts Radio will begin delving into new areas of health that have to do with our societal environment that is so important to our overall well-being. The safety and health of children is a high priority to people all over the world, and in America we have certain agencies such as Child Protective Services that are there to help us make sure the kids are safe. But something is going on with this organization that deserves attention. Too many horror stories from parents interacting with CPS are coming in to be mere coincidence. What is the reality of CPS and what it does for us in this country, similar to sister organizations in the U.K. and elsewhere? Wendy Greene is in a unique position to offer us some real life insight into this agency and its activities, not only by virtue of her own experience, but also because she is in communication with numerous families whose lives have been changed in ways almost beyond imagination by their interaction with CPS. The rest of us need to be fully aware of the real nature of this agency, for our own protection and to be able to lend support to the parents struggling to regain their children.