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Rhyli Mason Update No. 3

Rhyli Mason Update No. 3
shared by Remnant Doctrine Keepers (RDK) 081911
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Wednesday 08-17-11— Rhyli Mason Disposition Hearing:

Just as we expected, the sitting Judge was again classified mediator; who truly is not doing the job expected of an arbitrator. As implied by the title, a mediator should negotiate between the two parties until a solution is found satisfactory to both. In reading the hearing brief below, and despite Rhyli’s family allowed to speak, the results reveal no negotiations ever offered by the Judge thus CPS had final word: but one exception might apply as a result of a brief CPS meeting with the families prior to Wednesday’s hearing.

The brief meeting on Monday was to discuss the possible outcome of Wednesday’s trial, supposedly to determine Rhyli’s final destination and, if called for, parental visitation scheduling. Several times Jesse, Rhyli’s CPS caseworker, contradicted herself; of which María and the two lawyers– Brittany and Rhyli’s representation– made careful note in the event Jesse did the same thing during Wednesday’s hearing. Additionally, María asked if Jesse had considered Rhyli’s maternal American Indian heritage and, possibly the same on Rhyli’s paternal side of the family.

As María put it, she wished a good family attorney had been a ‘fly on the wall,’ not only to see the look on Jesse’s face but also hear the words from her mouth. Frantically, Jesse began searching through Rhyli’s file; then said, “Brittany answered ‘No’ to that question!” María quickly retorted, “Why didn’t you ask me?” Jesse could not answer; however, there happened to be a Tribal Nation representative-in-training at this CPS office meeting. She was helpful to the family and provided forms to get the Indian Nation on Rhyli’s case.

If Rhyli has at least 1/32nd American Indian heritage, the Nation will intervene and, actually, is the only entity that could have final word over CPS. Rhyli’s maternal side reveals her to be at least 1/16th Cherokee and/or Choctaw: her maternal grandfather 1/2 American Indian and great grandmother full-blooded. There is a possibility of Cherokee and/or Choctaw on her paternal side as well. If at least the basic information on her maternal grandparents is provided the Tribal Nation, they will do all necessary genealogical tracings: if Rhyli is proven as presented, the Nation steps in to work with CPS in order to protect one of their own.

CPS still can and has been instructed to be decided in Rhyli’s disposition; whether to return her to her mother or be placed temporarily in Tribal foster care. The Nation then can state its desire to return Rhyli to her parents, specifically mother Brittany Mason; which is typical when either family can prove a healthy status, a safe environment, and that all CPS charges against various of them are not true: as is the case with maternal grandmother María Hall and mother Brittany Mason and their respective homes.

An unhealthy status would be determined on the Mason family: father Ryan, grandfather Nick and grandmother Maxine, each with a history of drugs, alcohol and abuses. If the Nation’s tribunal were prudent in its investigation, they could only find for Brittany Mason; from whom Rhyli was removed illegally the first time thus never should have been removed and to whom she should be returned immediately.

Wednesday’s inquiry began, during which caseworker Jesse contradicted herself during three different declarations concerning María and Brittany; and, in other statements outright lied. María immediately addressed each contradiction and lie, effectively proving that María and Brittany were faultless, rather CPS the one having screwed up: i.e. claim that María had violated the protection arrangements, that of Brittany being allowed only supervised visitation rights; despite a previous hearing granting Rhyli overnight stays with her mother.

Prior to allowing Brittany to take Rhyli for overnighters, María first contacted Jesse to make sure all necessary paperwork stating that privilege had been filed. Jesse swore all paperwork had been filed. Rhyli’s overnight visits began. During this last hearing, Jesse claimed the paperwork never had been filed, therefore María was in violation: the reason Jesse took Rhyli into custody and purportedly placed her in a CPS foster home.

Jesse also claimed María was reported as doing drugs and having been abusive to Rhyli: even these two charges being untrue. At this point, the Judge asked, “Okay. Which of those charges are you filing against Ms. Hall in this case?” Jesse dropped the drug and abuse allegations and declared the protection plan as the charge. It seems CPS can file only one charge against a ‘foster’ custodian; of which is María’s classification, despite being Rhyli’s maternal grandmother.

We feel that Jesse knew she had no alternative except to drop the first two charges: María is a State certified health care provider and, as such, periodic criminal background checks and spontaneous drug screenings are conducted; since becoming a caregiver, both reports on María always come in spotless. In addition to those, there also are numerous witnesses to María’s impeccable character: including the private care giving company for whom she works plus numerous patients who make it clear to the company that they want only María as their caregiver. IF María were either a drug user or an abuser, it eventually would show up in her work behaviour and patients would complain.

It was during Jesse’s contradictions and learning CPS was at fault, instead of María, that the Judge mediator should have stepped in to suggest that, in light of where the fault lay, CPS should immediately return Rhyli to either her maternal grandmother or to her mother. He never arbitrated; instead he allowed CPS final say without prudence and/or intervention.

Rhyli is to remain with her paternal grandfather Nick Mason, who lied in this hearing by answering ‘No’ when asked if his son Ryan were living with Nick and Rhyli; where she will remain until another hearing is conducted, ostensibly, in mid-October. Ryan had bragged to Brittany that he really had custody of Rhyli because he was living at his Dad’s place and Nick expected him to take care of her instead of Nick doing so: Ryan is NOT supposed to live in the same quarters as Rhyli until or if CPS grants such permission and his visits are to be supervised.

María has completed all necessary American Indian heritage information and forms and submitted same to the Tribal representative. It is expected that the Nation will be ready to state their position concerning Rhyli during the upcoming October hearing; at which time they will expect CPS either to return Rhyli to her mother or to a Tribal foster home: no other disposition was allowed for or even mentioned.

It is our prayer that CPS will drop the case entirely and return Rhyli to her mother without restrictions in October; simply to avoid any trouble with the American Indian nations and a possible civil suit being brought by Rhyli’s maternal family. Some may not be aware that Indian reservations are classified a nation outside the United States; much like the Vatican is a nation separate from Italy, despite sitting in the midst of Rome.

The family desperately needs an attorney specializing in family law, one who will take the case at no charge in exchange for the potential of high visibility and notoriety for the lawyer brave enough to take on CPS and DSHS. The attorney would represent specifically María; who at this time has no representation to deny legally the false charges CPS bears against her. Because CPS appointed Rhyli and Brittany’s respective attorneys, therefore a conflict of interest exists, they too would need to be represented by María’s hoped–for lawyer.

Please pray in agreement with us and in Jesus’ precious name that, according to God’s perfect will, this travesty will be resolved entirely in October and that future hearings will no longer be required. We also ask that you continue to pass on these CPS child abuse reports to everyone you know and report your outrage to every authority to which you can file a complaint; including President Obama, Portland’s Child Protective Services and its Department of Social and Health Services. Bombard them with complaints and outrage to turn the tide for Rhyli and her family. You might be able to file a complaint at their respective websites or, at the least, obtain mailing addresses.

Any and everything you can do WILL help our cause. In a recent Extra Oil, RDK reported on a woman with a food garden in her front yard; which authorities demanded she remove– or they would– and fined and earn jail time. Putting her story on the Internet generated so much public outrage against the City that it was compelled to drop charges but with prejudice; meaning they could come back on her at any time.

That woman’s garden still grows. Her case alone reveals the power American citizens really have over local, State and Federal governments– WHEN we choose to exercise our power. PLEASE, demonstrate your power in Rhyli’s case. Let us show CPS, DSHS and the Federal government who truly has final say when it comes to our children!

Those entities are abusing Rhyli, if by no other cause than keeping her away from a family she adores and they adore her and with whom she always has felt safe and secure: which had resulted in a very happy, emotionally stable child who is intellectually far ahead of her age group. Their abuse is causing a child to experience “abandonment syndrome,” which will negatively impact her for the rest of her life causing a sense of being unloved, unwanted, unseen, unheard and blaming herself for all of it: not worth being loved, wanted, seen, heard or the safety of that knowledge.

Please do not let these official agencies destroy Rhyli by filing your outrage; for this case is not just about Rhyli but about every child and its parents that have been or are being abused as well. Log your complaints, knowing it will help everyone’s child or children; even your own. If they could get by with taking Rhyli, what is to stop them from taking your kids? Nothing. AS U.S. CITIZENS, WE HAVE THE COLLECTIVE POWER TO STOP THEM ! ! !

Much love in Christ,
BonnieQ, God’s Handmaiden
Seventh Seal Library

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