We have 1000 children that are missing from the UK version of CPS. Millions have gone missing. Is this just an isolated trend? Hardly, look at the partial history of CPS losing children.
Oklahoma Tolerates "Missing Children"
In Oklahoma, Seventy-eight children went completely missing, last fall, with no explanation. The most frightening aspect of this development is that these children went missing while in custody of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS).
Even the Oklahoma media is asking questions. Millie Carpenter, who holds the position of DHS's permanency and well-being program administrator, and her cohort, Melissa Jones, a DHS program supervisor, insist that there is nothing wrong and their publicly funded agency has made absolutely no mistakes. No mistakes? There are 78 children, under their care who are missing! Nothing wrong?
Carpenter and Jones insist there is DHS accountability and that all 78 missing children should be considered to be runaways and that they have not been abducted. How would they know since the children are missing?
Please allow me to emphasize that these 78 children were under the custody and care of DHS at the time of their disappearance. If these children had disappeared while in the custody of their parents, wouldn't there be hell to pay regarding parental accountability? Both the authorities and the media should be asking questions about supervision and agency accountability. When these children were not in their tax-supported bed at night, why was nothing done?
Presumably, many of these children were removed from their parents by Child Protective Services and placed in DHS custody because their parents were accused of neglect and/or abuse. Isn't DHS responsible for room and board? Each child is required to be accounted for with regard to state allocations for food and housing! Therefore, can some responsible person of authority, connected to DHS, please explain to me why 78 missing person reports have not been filed? Why weren't the police notified? If these children were removed from the parents' home, then a court would have to be involved. As such, the courts should have been immediately notified when the children went missing because a court order was not being complied with.