A reader writes:
I have court on the 28th. I have battled the state for my 3 kids for 2 years. I cannot go on this way, neither can the kids. I wanted you and your readers to know what I will be stating to the court. This is my statement.
"Your honor for 2 years you have been given the power to do what is considered the best interest of my children. I feel you have failed them. Today it is not your decision but mine that will ensure that they are safe and cared for the way they should be. I am relinquishing them to the care of their current foster-adopt parents.
It is in their best interest to not be separated or moved anymore. And to ensure that you and the department do not continue on the path of destruction in their lives I have made this painful decision.
Today you, the department and the AG will not win.
Love wins. My children win."
(Please keep these kids and me in your prayers. Even though I have not attached a name, the good Lord knows who I am.)