When will California discontinue its established pattern of enabling child abusers and abandoning the children?

The child sexual abuse case of Lexi Dillon has brought to the forefront what many citizens of California have known for decades. That the counties and the state have often neglected their duty to protect those children who have been proven to be at great risk. Why California stands out for such an objectionable distinction must be closely examined if the state intends to reverse their unseemly reputation.

The abuse case of Lexi Dillon is just one of many that has been railroaded through the courts to the exclusion of any sense of justice or pursuit of truth. As one looks deeply into the facts surrounding the circumstances by which an abused child was removed from her mother and placed with the offending father, it simply defies common sense. Which can only lead one to believe that there is something much bigger going on in the background.

 Unfortunately for Lexi Dillon and her mother, Ruby Dillon, that does appear to be the case. Apparently there are many instances where the interests of children have been subordinated to those of men who occupy seats of power, or who are associated with those who have much standing in the community. Therefore, the nascent advocacy group known as Friends of Lexi is taking a new tack in order that justice may be served. As follows:

Friends of Lexi is asking for the public to come to a custody hearing in front of Judge Glenn R. Salter for Lexi Dillon on Friday at 12:00 Noon (a press conference is anticipated) June 27, 2014 at the:

Lamoreaux Justice Center
Department L60
341 The City Drive South
Orange, CA 92868-3205

Read more: http://www.storyleak.com/critical-phase-of-orange-county-child-abuse-court-proceedings/#ixzz35okymWXE


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