From: Greegor on
On May 4, 6:06 pm, Dan Sullivan <dsull...(a)optonline.net> wrote:
> http://www.lanskub.com/news/
>
> Defendant Doc Goes South
> March 4, 2010, 2:43 pm
>
> Dr. Deborah Esernio-Jenssen, the head of the Child Protective team at
> LIJ's Schneider Children's Hospital, has resigned her position.  She
> is leaving the hospital – and New York – to take a position in
> Gainesville, Florida. Dr. Esernio-Jenssen is a defendant in three
> federal lawsuits in New York charging that she misdiagnoses child
> abuse, accuses parents incorrectly, and causes ACS and other child
> protective services agencies to remove children unnecessarily. One ACS
> supervisor testified in the federal lawsuit that she would not bring
> her own child to Schneider Children’s Hospital for fear of being
> wrongfully accused of child abuse.  New York Family Court judges have
> begun rejecting her diagnoses and finding her to be unreliable.  .
> The plaintiffs in the federal lawsuits are being represented by
> Lansner Kubitschek Schaffer & Zuccardy.


http://www.lanskub.com/news/

Kubitschek Quoted in Newspaper Stories on Abuse Registries
April 22, 2010, 3:59 pm
Carolyn was quoted in the April 25, 2010, Washington Post and CBSNEWS
website and the April 22, 2010, Norwalk [Connecticut] News, in a story
about "Flaws Found in State Child-Abuse Registries." by David Crary,
an AP National Writer. "Nobody wants to be seen as soft on child
abuse -- and that's gotten us where we are," said Carolyn Kubitschek,
a New York attorney who has waged several court battles over the
registries. "In the state of New York, it is still almost impossible
to get off the list."


* * * *

"Anybody can call a child abuse hotline and report abuse -- anybody,
including your ex-spouse who hates you, your landlord who's trying to
evict you," Kubitschek said.

By law, she said, child protection services must investigate each call
-- and their subsequent reports can lead to a person's placement on an
abuse registry before they are notified or allowed to defend
themselves.

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Did you catch that, Dan?
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their subsequent reports can lead to a person's
placement on an abuse registry before
they are notified or allowed to defend themselves.
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Gonna dance away from that?
From: Greegor on
On May 5, 2:46 pm, Dan Sullivan <dsull...(a)optonline.net> wrote:
> On May 5, 11:46 am, Greegor <greego...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > On May 4, 6:06 pm, Dan Sullivan <dsull...(a)optonline.net> wrote:
>
> > >http://www.lanskub.com/news/
>
> > > Defendant Doc Goes South
> > > March 4, 2010, 2:43 pm
>
> > > Dr. Deborah Esernio-Jenssen, the head of the Child Protective team at
> > > LIJ's Schneider Children's Hospital, has resigned her position.  She
> > > is leaving the hospital – and New York – to take a position in
> > > Gainesville, Florida. Dr. Esernio-Jenssen is a defendant in three
> > > federal lawsuits in New York charging that she misdiagnoses child
> > > abuse, accuses parents incorrectly, and causes ACS and other child
> > > protective services agencies to remove children unnecessarily. One ACS
> > > supervisor testified in the federal lawsuit that she would not bring
> > > her own child to Schneider Children’s Hospital for fear of being
> > > wrongfully accused of child abuse.  New York Family Court judges have
> > > begun rejecting her diagnoses and finding her to be unreliable.  .
> > > The plaintiffs in the federal lawsuits are being represented by
> > > Lansner Kubitschek Schaffer & Zuccardy.
>
> >http://www.lanskub.com/news/
>
> > Kubitschek Quoted in Newspaper Stories on Abuse Registries
> > April 22, 2010, 3:59 pm
> > Carolyn was quoted in the April 25, 2010, Washington Post and CBSNEWS
> > website and the April 22, 2010, Norwalk [Connecticut] News, in a story
> > about "Flaws Found in State Child-Abuse Registries."  by David Crary,
> > an AP National Writer.  "Nobody wants to be seen as soft on child
> > abuse -- and that's gotten us where we are," said Carolyn Kubitschek,
> > a New York attorney who has waged several court battles over the
> > registries. "In the state of New York, it is still almost impossible
> > to get off the list."
>
> > * * * *
>
> > "Anybody can call a child abuse hotline and report abuse -- anybody,
> > including your ex-spouse who hates you, your landlord who's trying to
> > evict you," Kubitschek said.
>
> > By law, she said, child protection services must investigate each call
> > -- and their subsequent reports can lead to a person's placement on an
> > abuse registry before they are notified or allowed to defend
> > themselves.

G > Did you catch that, Dan?

DJS3 > What?

DJS3 > And what's your point, grag?

Article > their subsequent reports can lead to a person's
Article > placement on an abuse registry before
Article > they are notified or allowed to defend themselves.

G > Gonna dance away from that?

DJS3 > What?

DJS3 > And what's your point, grag?

You asked about how the registry mark
is handled automatically, AND you claimed
you got the state to reverse FOUNDED
reports FIVE times, one of yours was
for Child Sexual Abuse.

While it appears that obstruction of
registry appeals was Standard Operating
Procedure for the NY Child Protection agency,
you claimed you miraculously got
FIVE such hearings.

I've asked you over and over for PROOF
that the state actually reversed your
FOUNDED for Child Sexual Abuse.

WHY haven't you posted PROOF, Dan?

PROVE that you're not a genuine Child Molester, Dan.