February 15, 2012
I have never placed a photo of Jaden on the computer prior to today for his safety and for our privacy. After deep consideration and after talking with family and friends, I decided it was critical that you be able to see with your own eyes what Larimer County officials consider to be Jaden’s “best interests”. My heart is broken by posting these devastating before and after photos of my sweet boy. I do it with the solemn hope that somebody who can do something will stand up and demand that Jaden be brought home so he can begin to heal and recover.
Remember that Jaden was, without warning, preparation or transition, stripped of his warm, loving, consistent, safe and thriving life. He was not allowed to take anything that is familiar: no pets, no clothing, no shoes, no pillow, no blanket, and no toys.
Most critically, Jaden has been prohibited from seeing his family, childhood friends and classmates. For Jaden, it is though his life of eight years never existed prior to December 21, 2011.
You can see in the photo from February 13, 2012, how this kind of mental and emotional trauma and abuse has impacted Jaden physically.
Jaden’s story is so outrageous and unbelievable that you may be convincedthat I did something to warrant the complete and total stripping of my rights to be his mom and that he deserves this obscenely abusive treatment. We are innocent. We have done nothing wrong.
Our innocence, and the wanton and willful destruction of our lives and rights, has been documented through two legal claims that have been filed against the court: Rule 59, Rule 62. Additionally, a Notice of Claim has been filed against the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office—this is the required notice of our intent to sue for my illegal arrest and illegal imprisonment, and for the illegal wire tapping of my phone. These illegal actions were done by numerous Larimer County officials so they could steal Jaden. They are responsible for Jaden’s devastating slide into despair. Two separate law firms are handling these cases at this time. More legal claims against additional Larimer County officials will follow.
Jaden has not been able to ask questions about what happened to him. He does not know what will happen next.
When I got in my car as I left the “supervised” visit on February 13, 2012, I saw Jaden staring out of the window -- hands and face pressed against the glass.
Love to you all for your support and encouragement.
Jaden Playing in the Snow - December 2011:
Just a Few Days Before His World Was Maliciously Blown to Bits by the Illegal and Unlawful Actions of Multiple Larimer County Officials
Jaden During a “Supervised Visit” on February 13, 2012; 55 days After His World Was Maliciously Blown to Bits.
This is what he said: “Please wait for me Mom.”
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