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Turning the Tables Fund
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Ended Jun 1, 2014
Your help is needed now in Cobb County, GA, to rescue two young children. This IS possible, and a good team is in place to make sure we succeed.  Help us turn a BIG negative into a shining positive! There are many cases reported on, but very few ... More ...

Your help is needed now in Cobb County, GA, to rescue two young children. This IS possible, but it will take our community working together.  Help us turn a BIG negative into a shining positive!

There are many cases reported on in Georgia and around the country where children have been abused or neglected, but where certain court professionals seem to be working AGAINST the child, and AGAINST the evidence that needs to be considered in putting the child's safety first.  Right, this makes no sense!

How you can help:

There are a few cases currently in position with compelling evidence that can be used to undo the damages immediately.  

In this Cobb County case, certain professionals allowed money to override the safety of children, the available evidence and testimony, and now since the judge's ruling, new crimes have been committed.  It is time to fix this starting with this case - and with the Fulton County case shown below.

By supporting these two children, and allowing this mother to stay supported while we work WITH the system to do right by this family, you help us highlight what CAN work out well for many more.  

This can work because there ARE good attorneys, psychologists, and solid child advocates working with police and child protective services.  Those good professionals faced interference the first time around on this case, so now is the time to turn the tables and allow the professionals to do what is needed here.

* If you are not familiar with these issues, now is the time to learn. *

The press has revealed for us on this Fulton County case how certain professionals are denying evidence, denying a child's outcries - and enabling harm to the child while denying medical treatment:

Judge Goger threatened sanctions because protesters rallied & called in their objections.  They HAVE to object because this therapist, the GAL & custody evaluator are aligned with the father, being paid a lot of money to help keep out key evidence.

You can read more about this case on "Judge Goger deals with protestors" and there are videos and stories on CBS Atlanta, reporting by Jeff Chirico. This is just ONE of several telling stories on these cases.

In Georgia we have a unique opportunity to not only rescue children where there is substantiated abuse being ignored, but to do so in a way that creates precedent.  More and more good professionals are finding ways to contribute to making evidence count, and upholding our laws -- this leads to improved protections and to proper medical and psychological treatment for kids who are in danger and at risk.

Help us turn this situation right side up!  Judges, look at this through the eyes of the child!  You have a duty to protect children, and to allow in evidence that supports their protection.

We want the Tables Turned on the professionals who mis-manage cases/evidence, and who derail good parents, leaving children in harm's way. Hence, the name for the Fund, but this is about helping children and good parents.  Winning back these children is the BEST way to right wrongs, and to invite the professionals who allowed this to happen to change how police work & evidence are treated.

Won't you join us?  More detail is available on our Website at

We are in pursuit of our non-profit status, but in the meantime we are accepting non-qualifying donations as this situation is urgent for these young children.

We appreciate your near term support!

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