Tonight's special guests are is Steven & Meghan Bratcher from Owensboro, Kentucky, loving parents who are at their wits end over what to do about the institutional abuse their two young boys have experienced. Steven says, "I am reaching out to the public in a desperate plea for help as my entire life has unraveled before my eyes." Meghan tells us they ".. want to end the systematic corruption in family court and CPS. When loving parents have their children removed from them we cannot protect them as we would or should be able too." What happened to them is a parent's worst nightmare. One day Meghan slipped and fell while holding their youngest son. Dreadfully, she landed on top of him. The ER found the child had suffered a skull fracture. Both boys were removed from the family. "The state refuses to return my oldest son to me because I am a veteran," Steven says, "and they are not sure of my mental capacity to father them right now. I do not suffer from PTSD." Neither does Steve have any mental disorders. "My oldest son Daniel has had several bruises and questionable injuries since being in the care of foster parents and CPS." The younger boy, Ethan, was medically cleared of his original injury but he'd been incubated using an adult size ventilation tube. It resulted in him having to have a trachea and feeding tube. He also endured a broken femur in medical care, yet they are pinning that on Steve's wife as well. "This is my cry for help," he says. "I just need someone to help me, where I seemingly cannot help myself."