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In Loving Memory of Daisai Derzon Who Died in Foster Care Aged 3

on Fri, 05/02/2014 - 17:14
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In Loving Memory of Daisai Derzon Who Died in Foster Care Aged 3

Daisai Derzon

  • Age: 3 yrs.
  • Born: Aug 11, 2004
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  • Died: Jan 12, 2008
  • Location: Grand Lake
  • Suspect in death: Michelle Baber, foster parent

Daisai Derzon was a 2-year-old in Cortez when her biological parents went to prison, their parental rights terminated, and Daisai and her two siblings were placed in a foster home. Within two months, the children were moved to another foster home across the state in Grand County where Daisai would die of a severe blow to the head within a year.

As new foster parents, Michelle and Robert Baber had received glowing reports from a court guardian and social services

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Child Protection in Tasmania - The Anecdotal Vacuum

on Mon, 05/20/2013 - 19:34
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Child Protection in Tasmania - The Anecdotal Vacuum

Andrea Sturges is no better than your run of the mill high ranking child stealer.

I witnessed first hand desparate parents begging her for help, only to be blatantly insulted and turned away. I witnessed their children clinging to them during loving hugs. The children beg child protection to return them to their parents who have never abused them.

What does Ms Sturges have to say to this heartbroken family???

I am satisfied at the forefront of my officer's minds was the safety and wellbeing of the children. Anecdotal evidence reported by my officers confirms.... (all of their lies).

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Department Community Services New South Wales (DoCS NSW) Removing 90 Children a Week

on Sat, 09/01/2012 - 12:23
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Department Community Services New South Wales (DoCS NSW) Removing 90 Children a Week

Mother of none ... Michelle, 36, has vowed to fight a decision which led to DOCS removing her two babies Photo: Janie Barrett

THE Department of Community Services removes an average of 90 "at-risk" children from their homes each week, NSW Government figures show.

Community Services Minister Linda Burney said 4730 people under 18 were placed in out-of-home care in 2007-08.

More than 14,000 are in out-of-home care - a 16.2 per cent increase in 12 months.

Reasons for removal range from severe abuse to illness of the children's biological parents.

"Some children cannot live with their