Child Trafficking Reported in Kentucky as "One of the Most Corrupt States in the Country"
Published on: February 12, 2016 12:43 pmMedicalKidnap.com has been reporting alleged corruption within Kentucky's Cabinet Department of Community Based Services (DCBS) for over a year, but the history of alleged corruption goes back much further. Even though the corruption was investigated and exposed, it appears today in 2016 that Kentucky DCBS and Family Courts still conduct "Business as Usual," sanctioning adoption over family reunification resulting in what many refer to as "child trafficking," according to the many stories we continue to receive from parents on a weekly basis. Will new leadership and new laws keep Kentucky families and children safe from DCBS and Family Court exploitation? In an article we published last year where we reported that the FBI had begun to investigate corruption in Kentucky after a Harvard study identified Kentucky as "one of the most corrupt states in the country," one of our readers commented that in Kentucky, "we treat horses here better than we do our mothers, fathers, and children."
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