This is a horrifying abuse of power. The lying complaintant should be charged.
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The parents should have immediately called their attorney and refused to comply with such "investigators". No one has the "right" to come into your home without a court order. Or separate your children for interrogations or to force your children to take of their clothing for "bruise inspections". Or poke around in your cabinets, or or or. The article rightly points out "social workers" don't …More
The parents should have immediately called their attorney and refused to comply with such "investigators". No one has the "right" to come into your home without a court order. Or separate your children for interrogations or to force your children to take of their clothing for "bruise inspections". Or poke around in your cabinets, or or or. The article rightly points out "social workers" don't want to clear up the case, they want to invent child-abuse where none exists.

The next step should be a subpoena for the unredacted initial report. It was almost certainly someone in the bank. Even if the individual's name was deliberately not listed by the case-worker (an "oversight'), the fact they were a bank employee almost certainly will be. Why is this important? Because then the parents can (and should) sue the bank. Companies ARE legally liable for the conduct of their employees. Ton of case law supporting that.

The bank will settle out of court because their lawyer won't want to explain how their employee "spotted bruises on the arms of children wearing long sleeves in the first place." When it's all said and done, the family will get some aggravation-pay and the satisfaction of knowing the "snitch" got fired. Make no mistake about that. The bank will launch their OWN investigation and they WILL find out which busy-bodies made the call. Why? Oh, not out of any sense of "justice" or "doing the right thing". It's plain old business. Those idiots ended up costing the bank big money in a court settlement.
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