The National Safe Child Show
About This Show
The National Safe Child Show will cover topics that address the failures in our Nation to Protect Children. This show will provide insight, education and suggestions so a Safe Childhood doesn't continue to become Endangered. We fight for the rights of animals now it's time to show that same passionate participation for the thousands of children who suffer and die right here in our country. A child deserves to be heard, believed and Protected and we are going to make sure children get what they deserve. Please join us to become informed of the systemic failures that are killing children everyday. Be a Voice for a Child!
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The National Safe Child Show - September 6, 2016
Texas Mother Speaks out on Kidnapping of her 11 Children on National Safe Child Show
Claire Rembis, the homeschool mother of the 11 children who were abducted in Colorado recently and brought back to Texas, was interviewed Friday, September 2nd by Tammi Stefano of the National Safe Child Show.
The show begins with Claire on the phone with Ms. Stefano while still wrapping up a monitored visitation with some of her children who were recently taken into custody by Texas CPS in Lubbock, Texas. Claire is upset while trying to wrap up her visit to do the interview, because she was reportedly only allotted one hour of time with her daughters, and when she took a short break to use the bathroom about 45 minutes into the visitation, they took her daughters away before she could even say goodbye.
The story of the Rembis family, and how Texas CPS has repeatedly harassed their family and taken away their children even though the parents have never been charged or convicted of anything wrong, is starting to gain national attention. Their only crime simply seems to be that some people think they have too many children, and that they have publicly criticized Texas CPS.
Listen to this interview as a tearful mother explains how her children suffered abuse, including sexual abuse, while in foster care the first time Texas CPS took her children. Today, she does not even know where her children are.