Here, the Connecticut Law Tribune, a paper for lawyers, a super-establishment insider news outlet if there ever was one, which loves and embraces "the system", even recoiled at what lawyers who work in this system have always known: It is corrupt and evil, and despises families. Look how they start the article:
Custody Case Offers Rare View of Usually Secret Proceedings
Isaac Avilucea, The Connecticut Law TribuneApril 27, 2015 | 0 Comments
On March 20, 2014, state child welfare officials took three young children from the Simsbury home of two attorneys who were in the midst of a bitter divorce.
The Department of Children and Families had obtained an order of temporary custody even though there was no conclusive evidence that either parent had abused the youngsters, according to court documents. Now, more than a year later, the children remain in foster care.
That's the bare-bones outline of an unusual case working its way through the state's court system. It would, like most custody battles, be playing out in private but for a document erroneously placed on a public portion of the state Judicial Branch website last October.
Read more: http://www.ctlawtribune.com/id=1202724676440/Custody-Case-Offers-Rare-View-of-Usually-Secret-Proceedings#ixzz3YhbrWX5e