We are continuing the narrative of Tonia Jones, a 28-year-old mother whose 18-month-old son was taken from her at birth and immediately placed in Adoptive Foster Care. Tonia has been given second class standing in Family Court as the Adoptive Foster Care parent is given preferential treatment and standing by Judge Frank Sullivan, even though three agencies have put their approval on Tonia’s reunification with her son.
Tonia and her father, Herbert Jones, and two of her siblings are anxiously waiting to hold 18-month-old Baby Jones in their arms, yet as of this date, the Jones Family does not have him in the beautiful room that awaits his arrival! Every day they await the phone call telling them that Baby Jones is coming home. There are many empty hearts in a waiting home right now and one baby in foster care who does not know who his birth mother really is.
We are aware that there are glaring financial incentives to always increase the number of children in the system. There is more of a financial incentive to adopt them out to strangers then to family members. And we believe Baby Jones fell into that “system.” Earlier we explained that the State is entitled to $6,000 to $12,000 per child per month for each child in the system, and that figure probably does not reflect other hidden monies like Medicare, Mental Health, Non-Profits, Adoption Subsidies, etc. If children are removed on an “EMERGENCY REMOVAL,” there are even extra federal monies. Is there any wonder why Baby Jones is still in this system?
We did report that the Jones Family is quite capable of raising Baby Jones without any taxpayer dollars for assistance. That is what makes this case even more difficult to explain. Why isn’t Baby Jones home with his mom and biological family? It’s a puzzle, but we are going to continue trying to put the pieces together until Baby Jones comes home! We are going to focus on the stats, money flow and the absolute glaring financial incentives states receive to feed their budgets with massive TITLE IV funding surrounding the “child welfare” industry.
We find it very suspicious that the money flowing to those who assist the child welfare industry – such as hospitals, public schools, mental health, contract attorneys, non-profits, etc. – are just upping the ante on the transference of monies into the system and this may be exactly what transpired in the kidnapping of Baby Jones.
We are going to question the measures they use to assist in illegal “evidence,” the falsification of documents, anonymous hotlines, horrific and shocking tricks used to kidnap children from unsuspecting families, and accusations of “neglect” or possible future “neglect” that is used to remove children. We did a random call and asked if a child can be removed if the floor needs sweeping. We were told “yes.” If this doesn’t scare you, I’ll confess it scares me! What household with children has a spotless floor? At some time, something is going to fall on it, spill, whatever, and if it is at the time when your door bell rings, and Child Protective Services are there for a quick look, you could lose your child(ren)!
An actual criminal has more of a chance of getting justice then an innocent legitimate family unit. Every family is at risk of the State taking their child(ren) for no other reason than that they just can. Families take a risk of having their child kidnapped if they deliver in a hospital. Families take a risk of having their children kidnapped if they send them to public school. Families take a risk of having their children kidnapped if they seek mental health assistance. Families take a risk of having their children kidnapped if they themselves have a disability – not to mention if they are poor, uneducated and do not speak English.
The Las VegasTribune will continue this assault until we see a reunification of Baby Jones with his mother, Tonia. We may just have to make it our goal to take back one child at a time until this agony – inflicted on families from the system – ends.