Based on evidence, family courts and Child Protective Services (CPS)/ Department of Children and Families (DCF) are racist institutions.
These crooked government institutions target minority communities, especially Blacks, Hispanics, and the poor. Millions of minority children are growing up today without a parent because of state-sponsored division of the family via title IV-D  and IV-E  of the social security, which pays hundreds of billions of dollars each year to these dishonest institutions in the form of federal incentives to the states, and is one of the main causes why the social security is going bankrupt.
These incentives encourage the separation of children from one of the parents for purely monetary reasons with terrible consequences not only to children but to society as a whole. For instance, since family courts and DCF began their child-trafficking and racists attacks against minorities, the Black children population living in single-parent homes went from about 20% in the 60’s to over 70% today.  At the same time, 42% of Hispanic, and 25 % of Non-Hispanic White children live without a parent because of this form of legalized child trafficking.  These fraudulent institutions are one of the root causes at the destruction of America, and the disintegration of the natural family, the union between one man, one woman in a committed, monogamous, lifelong relationship with their biological or adopted children. 
These racist attacks from these crooked institutions are not only targeting minorities leading to a disproportional number of them living in jails, in hopelessness, in poverty, and in a cycle of never ending and ever increasing violence, but are also one of the main causes of the drug and mental health crisis in America, especially in those caught in this “legalized” form of abuse, which actually has a medical term, Legal Abuse Syndrome (LAS). In their racketeering scheme to loot federal and state coffers via Title IV, Family courts and DCF have caused the incarceration of millions of parents, especially minorities.
Take for instance the case of Walter Scott, an Afro-American man. Scott is a perfect example of the pain and suffering inflicted by family courts to minority and poor parents all over the USA. In 2015, Scott was shot 8 times in the back by a police officer while running unarmed trying to avoid an arrest warrant for non-payment of over $18,000 in child support. He had been arrested for the same offence in several occasions in the past. Scott’s murder “focused attention not just on police violence, but also on the use of jail to pressure parents to pay child support, a policy employed by many states today. Though the threat of jail is considered an effective incentive for people who are able but unwilling to pay, many critics assert that punitive policies are trapping poor men in a cycle of debt, unemployment and imprisonment.” 
This system that family courts and DCF have created “amounts to ‘a modern day debtors’ prison for poor noncustodial parents who lack the ability to pay support,’ and creates a ‘recurring cycle of incarceration that diminishes prospects for employment and deprives children of an opportunity to build a relationship’ with their incarcerated parents.” 
“Child support is an enormous issue in the United States…1 in 4 children nationwide had an active child support case. Court-ordered child support obligations totaled $32.9 billion in 2013 according to the U.S. Census Bureau, not including past-due payments. Unpaid child support is estimated at $113 billion nationally. Child support is an issue that mainly impacts the poor. Based on 2013 data, 76% of parents who owed past due child support earned $10,000 or less per year, while another 9% earned between $10,001 and $20,000. The poverty rate of custodial parents who received child support payments was 28.8%.” 
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The breakdown of our society caused by these bigoted institutions is evidenced by the outbreak of single-parent homes and its associated consequences, increase in school shootings, violence, bullying, substance abuse, suicides, teenage pregnancies, divorces, spousal and child abuse, and a myriad of other societal issues destroying the very foundation of this nation, our families. The bottom line is that family courts and DCF are racist institutions that have virtually enslaved minorities in America. If you are against racism, you must stand with us, and call for the abolition of family courts and DCF. Shut them down, and put an end to these racist institutions in America once and for all.
Dr. Stephen Baskerville, professor and author of the book “Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fatherhood, Marriage and the Family,” puts it this way: “the divorce industrial complex [comprised mainly of family courts and DCF]… is the main cause behind the epidemic of fatherless children—that 24 million fatherless children in this country are not that way because the fathers have abandoned their children, contrary to government and other propaganda. Overwhelmingly, it is because fathers are forcibly kept away from their children. Fathers who have done nothing wrong are forcibly separated from their children. We know that fatherlessness is the single greatest predictor of social and personal deviance among children, alcohol and substance abuse, crime and low educational attainment and yet we are told that fathers are abandoning their children. This is not true.”
The “family” courts and DCF have become one of the most destructive forces to children in our society. They have created a single-parent generation to exploit parents and children via Title IV incentives. The results are horrifying: single-parent homes account for 63% of youth suicides (US Dept. Of Health/Census), 90% of all homeless and runaway children, 85% of all children exhibiting behavioral disorders (Center for Disease Control), 80% of rapists motivated with displaced anger (Criminal Justice & Behavior, Vol 14, p. 403-26, 1978), 71% of all high school dropouts (National Principals Association Report on the State of High Schools), 75% of all adolescent patients in chemical abuse centers (Rainbows for all God`s Children), 70% of juveniles in state-operated institutions (U.S. Dept. of Justice, Special Report, Sept 1988), and 85% of prison youths (Fulton Co. Georgia jail populations, Texas Dept. of Corrections 1992). See Congressional testimony. 
We need to give people the benefit of the doubt. We can assume that family courts and DCF were created with good intentions, but as the old proverb says: “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” There is a simple medical principle “first, do no harm” (or “primum non nocere”). If a medication does more harm than good, we are obliged as medical doctors to stop it. Based on the evidence presented, we can conclude that DCF and family courts do more harm than good.
According to the National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (NCCAN) in Washington D. C., for instance: A child is almost five times more likely to die in CPS custody than at home; almost three times more likely to be physically abused in CPS custody than at home; over eight times more likely to be sexually abused in CPS custody than at home; almost two times as likely to be neglected in CPS custody than at home; and almost equally likely to be medically neglected. 
Thus, the medication must be stopped, i.e. DCF/CPS and family courts must be shut down, and a new medication must be found. Mario Jimenez, M.D. (highest medical residency scores at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital Family Medicine program ,. Follow Dr. Jimenez in Facebook. 
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