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Kidnaping

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary the meaning of the word:

kid-nap

Etymology: probably back-formation from kidnapper, from kid + obsolete napper thief:
to seize and detain or carry away by unlawful force or fraud and often with a demand for ransom        

   

And Kidnaping is exactly what the so-called Children Protective Services (CPS) agencies do. They Kidnap Children from their Parents under any imaginable excuse in order to feed the profit-driven Foster Care Industry. In turn the Foster Care Industry is permanently feeding the ever expanding Prison, Homeless, and Mentally Ill Industries. All of them are at the same time Social Cancers and Social Cancer Producers themselves, recycling from each other and ever feeding from each other. A positive feedback mechanism, a self-feeding recycling loop that expands and reinforces this growth.

One does not have to be a genius to predict whose Children would these Predators kidnap. Of course they Prey on those Children whose Parents offer the less resistance to their attacks: in New York City, Black and Latino Parents who happen to be poor.

In other parts of the country where there are no Blacks or Latinos, these heartless Predators kidnap White Children whose Parents are not rich.

Criminal Law: Kidnapping

DOJ: Kidnapping & Hostage Taking

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