Interviews with Nancy Schaefer and William Fain Regarding the Corruption of CPS

In a previous post, VL brought attention to a report that was published in 2007, and updated in 2008, by Sentator Nancy Schaefer, called The Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services.   That Senator lost her seat after the report came out and ended up losing her life in 2010.  Many speculate it was because she was exposing the major money-making scheme CPS and judges were engaging in by stealing children from their families and placing them into the foster system to be adopted by other non-blood families.  See that article HERE

Nancy Schaefer had appeared on the Alex Jones show in May of 2009, shortly before her death. During the interview, the ex-Senator says that CPS is unconstitutional. She strongly emphasized that parents across this country need to be warned of the dangers of Child Protection Services nationwide.

“The Department of Child Protective Services has become a protected empire. It’s built on taking children and separating families.”

That audio interview is below:

In this interview, Alex Jones asked Nancy Schaefer if there were “bounties on the heads of children.” To which the Senator answered “Yes.” She followed up with a jaw dropping statement that just the day before she had learned that “an order” had come in to a CPS office stating what kind of child someone wanted to adopt.

Children are FIVE TIMES more likely to be abused in foster care than with their biological parents, as stated in the interview.  I found more information regarding this in an excellent report that states some new studies are in addition to the comprehensive study of foster care alumni showing that only one in five could be said to be doing well as a young adult – in other words, foster care churns out walking wounded four times out of five. (See NCCPR’s publication, 80 Percent Failure for more on this study) and the mass of evidence showing that simply – in terms of physical safety, real family preservation programs have a far better track record than foster care. (See NCCPR Issue Paper #1).

She explains The Adoption and the Safe Families Act, set in motion first, in 1974, by Walter Mondale, and later expanded upon in 1997, by President Bill Clinton – offers cash “bonuses” to the states for every child they adopt out of foster care.  In order to receive the “adoption incentive bonuses” local child protective services need more children. They must have merchandise (children) that sells and you must have plenty, so the buyer can choose. Some counties are known to give a $4,000 to $6,000 bonus for each child adopted out to strangers and an additional $2,000 for a “special needs” child.  Employees work to keep the federal dollars flowing.  The bill passed in 1997, with only 4 nays – one of which was Ron Paul.


Watch William Fain talk about Nancy Schaefer’s death with Alex Jones.

Part 1


Part 2


Part 3

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