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I'm uploading a crude hack of the video to youtube right now.  Hopefully it'll be finished by the time I post.

We have new mailing addresses.  We're staying with a relative in Choctaw county and using her address for our personal mail, and we've got a PO Box for our business mail.

DHS refused to believe that our new lawyer was our new lawyer without paperwork, which they delayed mailing to us at our new address so we could sign.  We hand-delivered it yesterday.  They didn't like seeing it back.

The new lawyer informed DHS that according to Mississippi law, NO agency has the right to monitor homeschoolers.  They didn't like hearing that either.

The next part gets really weird.  Our old lawyer was emailing us every day insisting that we tell him where we were staying every single day and night, apparently at the behest of DHS who wanted a continuous update on our E911 address.  We refused.  Our new lawyer is perplexed by our old lawyer's behavior, since even convicted felons don't have to report in that often.   Then they insisted we give them a mailing address.  We gave them our new PO address, but they refused to accept it.  We gave them our relative's address in Choctaw County, but they refused to accept that either, insisting that we were still living in our house in Chickasaw County.

West Chickasaw County DHS insisted that we take the children by Chocktaw County DHS at the beginning of the month so they could see them.  We went Thursday, but Choctaw county DHS had never heard of us and couldn't wrap their brain around why West Chickaway County DHS would insist that children who weren't even living in Chickasaw county report back to Chickasaw county once a month.  When they called West Chickasaw County DHS, they were told to tell us to bring the children up to Okolona on Friday.

Friday we drove the children 90 miles both ways just so West Chickasaw County DHS could see them, but when we got there they ignored the kids and focused on me.  Their only question was had I gotten the mental assessment done?

Then they announced that they were taking us to Youth Court on December17 for not providing them with a mailing address.  When we told them they had our new address, they refused to believe it was valid.  We don't understand this, and neither does our lawyer.

There's been this weird dichotomy since the beginning.  At first they were urging us to go on and move out of the county, so they "wouldn't have to take us before the judge".  Now they're threatening to take us before the judge for moving out of the county.  Nobody we've talked to understands this.

Here's the Election Day video on youtube.

Part 1

Part 2

It's 19 minutes broken into two parts.  I apologize if it's crude, but we did the best we could at the moment.  It gets hard to see and hear when they speak to our children (for their privacy) but it gets really interesting after that.


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Dec. 5th, 2010 03:51 am (UTC)
I continued to be BEYOND BAFFLED by this shit. O_o
Dec. 5th, 2010 10:08 am (UTC)

Holy Lord. Continue to get as much of this bull shit on video as you can.
Dec. 8th, 2010 04:00 pm (UTC)
"insisting that we were still living in our house in Chickasaw County."

Is there perhaps something going on at your house by the problem neighbors that would lead them to believe there is someone living there? Maybe the neighbors who started all of this chaos wanted you out so they could expand into your buildings?
Dec. 9th, 2010 10:24 pm (UTC)
I believe something may be going on next door, and as I'm a homeschooling Mom that's too close for their comfort.
Dec. 12th, 2010 01:28 am (UTC)
Reading your earlier posts, I agree about next door. I was just thinking that if there's such a strong insistence that you're really living there, something might be going on in your home at times that would indicate someone is in there. (obviously not really you, but these people seem to have a bit of a thin grasp on reality) Thing like lights at night or noises.

Glad to see your next post - hope things are smoothing out.
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