The newest inductee to THSC’s Texas Judicial Wall of Shame is the retiring judge of Kaufman County’s 422nd District Court, Judge Michael Chitty. As one of the primary judges involved in the infamous Drake Pardo [...]
It took a six-month, behind-the-scenes herculean effort to save Drake Pardo from the CPS system.
Homeschooling in Texas may be entirely legal, but apparently that doesn’t stop government bureaucrats from punishing innocent families for it. This is precisely what happened to THSC member and homeschool mom, Kristen.
by Jeremy Newman Here are a few of the main points from the article with some context based on the July 2 hearing. I sent a heated messaged to the author of this article when [...]
Every legislative session, a bill is filed to make it easier for estranged in-laws to obtain access to and possession of a parent’s children over the parent’s objections. The sentiment promoted to justify this bill [...]
January 15, 2019 Between Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, we at THSC were reminded of that old saying that “the price of freedom is eternal vigilance”… or was it “no good deed goes unpunished?” A [...]
Never Committed Abuse or Neglect? Doesn’t Matter (Under Texas Law, the State Can Take Your Children Anyway)THSC Webmaster2019-10-18T20:39:51-05:00
May 13, 2019 If this blog title invokes a sense of unease, it should. To be clear, this is not an apocalyptic message about why parents should lie awake at night for fear they may [...]
July 9, 2019 Kaufman County CPS was in court on July 2 defending their illegal removal of the Pardo family’s young child on June 20. THSC staff and about a hundred homeschoolers, friends and family members were in attendance in support of the family. This case raises numerous questions about judges in Kaufman County.
July 2, 2019 The Drake Pardo case is gaining a lot of attention as people all over the state continue to pray for this little four-year-old, a medically fragile child with special needs removed from [...]