From: Greegor on
http://youtube.com/watch?v=1YqMxvPgnzc

Notice how this caseworker really has
NOTHING yet is asserting that the child
would be removed because of the
Dad's refusal to submit without a warrant.

Dan Sullivan, Did this Dad do it right?
From: Firemonkey on
On Jul 20, 1:07 am, Greegor <Greego...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> http://youtube.com/watch?v=1YqMxvPgnzc
>
> Notice how this caseworker really has
> NOTHING yet is asserting that the child
> would be removed because of the
> Dad's refusal to submit without a warrant.
>
> Dan Sullivan, Did this Dad do it right?

The man in this video did exactly as Dan has suggested people do when
in this situation. He remained calm, explained to the worker he would
need a warrant. From the video it was clear that the worker had seen
the baby and the inside of the apartment and saw no harm.

Get a life gag.
From: Dan Sullivan on
On Jul 20, 2:07 am, Greegor <Greego...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> http://youtube.com/watch?v=1YqMxvPgnzc
>
> Notice how this caseworker really has
> NOTHING yet is asserting that the child
> would be removed because of the
> Dad's refusal to submit without a warrant.
>
> Dan Sullivan, Did this Dad do it right?

Post your opinion, grag.
From: LK on
On Jul 20, 8:05 am, Dan Sullivan <dsull...(a)optonline.net> wrote:
> On Jul 20, 2:07 am, Greegor <Greego...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >http://youtube.com/watch?v=1YqMxvPgnzc
>
> > Notice how this caseworker really has
> > NOTHING yet is asserting that the child
> > would be removed because of the
> > Dad's refusal to submit without a warrant.
>
> > Dan Sullivan, Did this Dad do it right?
>
> Post your opinion, grag.

Come on Dan. Is that a difficult question for you? Why don't you just
answer it? I mean with your vast and superior knowledge of the system
and everything, you must be the only person in this group qualified to
give an accurate assessment. Wouldn't you agree?

I know Greg asked and you don't like to answer questions for him, so
do it for the benefit of the non-Greg readers of the group. Did this
dad do the right thing?
From: Kent Wills on
On Sat, 19 Jul 2008 23:07:26 -0700 (PDT), Greegor
<Greegor47(a)gmail.com> wrote:

>http://youtube.com/watch?v=1YqMxvPgnzc
>
>Notice how this caseworker really has
>NOTHING yet is asserting that the child
>would be removed because of the
>Dad's refusal to submit without a warrant.

At roughly 38 seconds, "We're asking that you VOLENTARILY place
the child out." Emphasis added to prove, once again, Gregory Scott
Hanson can't tell the truth.
I note that the CW **NEVER** claims the child will be removed
because dad refuses to submit without a warrant. Why would you LIE
about this, then link to the proof that you lied?

>
>Dan Sullivan, Did this Dad do it right?

In the video that dad was calm and rational. Something Dan
suggests. At times I could see where dad wanted to get combative, but
he wisely stayed calm.
Do you think remaining calm and rational is a bad thing? Dan
suggests people do this.


"My family's case is for Neglect, but we are treated
in virtually every regard as child abusers, marked on
the Child Abuse registry, for example."
-- Gregory Scott Hanson telling Usenet he's a FOUNDED child abuser.
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