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qara_isuke
Oct. 11th, 2010 01:50 am (UTC)
Reposted, and plenty of positive sent your way. That's really terrifying -- keep plugging away with the police that are ACTUALLY helping. And definitely try to contact the media, keep documentation and records. Also, possibly contact your insurance to inform them you think someone stole your information.

Going to the next level also might help. Contact the state police/attorney and your representative about this, as well as maybe a lawyer that isn't connected to the local law enforcement. If all else fails, maybe consider a private investigator who can prove your suspicion that the DHS person is related to the neighbors.

As is, they've already violated professional ethics since the deputy (and suspected DHS) have a personal connection to those involved. Your greatest weapon against them will be documentation of everything and ATTENTION. Start calling local media outlets, call groups associated with women's or victim's rights. Call politicians on the local, regional, and state level. These people are EMPLOYEES of the state, and answerable to the state. Make it clear they are abusing their authority and terrorizing your family, as well as endangering your children.

Most importantly, I'd say you should continue to try to stay out of there. If you can find somewhere else to keep the children, by god do it. They've already kidnapped one once, to jumpstart the whole process. Don't trust them to not go further.

Edited at 2010-10-11 01:55 am (UTC)