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    Kentucky The Most Corrupt State in the Country Trafficking Children Through Child “Protection” Services

    Updated: August 12, 2019 at 8:59 pm EST  See Comments

    Originally Published on This Site

    Child Trafficking is Modern Day Slavery. Across the globe in different regions of the world, traffickers steal children as young as 5 years old and sell them into forced labor or sex trafficking situations. They are taken away from their families and forced to perform unspeakable acts. In the Child Trafficking definition of victims, boys are included as well as girls, and the victims could be anyone—your daughter, your son, your neighbor, your friend.

    Health Impact News and MedicalKidnap.com has previously reported how the FBI saying that Kentucky is “the most corrupt state in the country,” and urged families to share their stories involving alleged corruption in their dealings with Child Protective Services (CPS), or the Department for Community Based Services (DCBS), as it is known in Kentucky.

    It appears that corruption in Kentucky continues to run deep and wide. 

    Is DCBS Really Just a Government-Funded Adoption Agency That Steals Children for Profit?

    Many believe that the corruption of CPS is rooted in a for-profit adoption system created by the Title IV bonus funds from the Federal Government given to States when they successfully adopt children.

    Still from an actual medical kidnap (read the story here)
    There is great financial incentives for the States to remove children from families and place these children for adoption, for what many would call questionable allegations, false accusations, or even downright egregious violations of parental rights, basically using children as a transferable commodity to increase the State’s budget.

    One Kentucky mother, who wishes to remain anonymous, explains how

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at HNewsWire

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