So you punched your 12 year old daughter in the face? What happens next?

Your 12 year old daughter jumped from a moving car to escape after you punched her in the face. She has sworn she would rather die than return to your care. While staff at the hospital where she is currently being treated remain concerned for her safety the Social Services case worker assigned to the file has decided that your apology mitigates any fears of future abuse.

What happens to you and your daughter next?

Nothing thank God, for you and I this is simply an uncomfortable "what if".

In the real world, the Girl, her Father and the Case Worker are Muslim and this is not a hypothetical scenario. It is happening now, in a western Canadian province. Social Services have abandoned common sense and given primacy to "cultural sensitivity". The hospital staff involved can raise concerns and are doing their best to extend the girl's hospital stay under any pretext they can find, however the decision of Social Services will likely trump any objections they raise.
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(Updates will be posted as they can be made available)

Update1: Under law, in the province in question, suspected incidents of child abuse must be reported either to child services or the police by service providers. Given these events are being played out in an urban hospital setting I suspect a protocol is in place which channeled the report directly to "child services" as I am informed that no police report has yet been filed.

Update2: Hospital staff are hoping to have the child placed in as secure a setting as can be provided, even Foster Care is deemed better than a return to her father. They are working to ensure Child Services do not send her home.

Update3: The girl maintains she will not return to her father. The Police have been involved.

sanwin  – (10:03 AM)  

Come on now.

You can strangle your daughter by applying a 'ligature' to her neck and hold that position for 4 minutes to make sure she drops the knife which which she was supposedly attacking you with (although no fingerprints were found on the knife)... and you'll get 3 years probation...


Welcome to sharia law in Canada.

Jim Horne  – (10:04 AM)  

There is no requirement on the part of the child to report an alleged assault.

However, the hospital staff who treated the child are required by law to report any incident of assault involving children to the local police for further investigation.

Social Services has no authority in law to prevent or obstruct either the reporting of the alleged assault or the investigation of the incident.

Police are required by law to investigate any reported assault perpetrated against a child by an adult to determine whether or not charges should be laid.

If any of the parties fail to perform their duty, in cases where child abuse is suspected, consequences may follow which can include legal action against the parties and institutions they represent.

Children have a well established right in law to security of person.

Van Grungy  – (10:13 AM)  

Jim Horne,

Ever heard of Children's Aid being successfully sued by a dead kid?

Ever heard of a worker from Children's Aid being fired for allowing a kid to die?
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What world do you live in? Cause I live in reality world... Yours seems to be more hypothetical...

Van Grungy  – (10:16 AM)  

"consequences may follow"

oic, 'may' follow... Well that's reassuring

Blazing Cat Fur  – (10:17 AM)  

Jim Horne the Hospital staff are doing everything in their power, a history of abuse is suspected, I can't say more due to privacy and confidentiality matters, there are huge risks for those involved if I reveal too much.

thedailyrasp  – (12:24 PM)  

This situation is a natural development of believing in cultural equivalence, pushing Trudeaupian multi-cult policy and hiring based on a racial or ethnic or religious profile.

We saw one result of sharia law practice in Calgary last week - the accused walked. Were was Social Services in that case?

Thanks for posting this Fur. Will look for updates.

simus  – (12:29 PM)  

No doubt the "Sharia squad" team of Constables Aisha Mohammed and husband Mustaha Mohammed, with the help of the innocent father's Imam, Hussein Ali Mohammed, will soon be able to tie up all loose ends and have the offender charged with public mischief and dishonouring her family. Family court Judge Mohammed will likely give probation providing she is swiftly returned "home" to marry first cousin Ahmad "the sadist", as the family originally demanded.

Incognito  – (12:35 PM)  

@Jim Horne,

Yes, there are laws, but more often than not, they are not upheld, especially in the case of domestic violence. even in the U.S. where it is often considered a 'family affair'. and even when it is upheld, it doesn't always work. that's why so many women/men are killed in spite of restraining orders.

and sadly, it's not just the Muslims. Domestic violence transcends all religions, ethnicities and class.

let's pray this little girl survives.

Blazing Cat Fur  – (12:38 PM)  

The unfortunate facts are that physicians, nurses etc are often reluctant to report these cases for fear of having to provide court testimony. I am advised that "many on staff" at the hospital are aware of this situation which will, it is hoped, result in a satisfactory course of action.

thedailyrasp  – (12:50 PM)  

So calling police and 'fear of having to provide court testimony' are not covered in their union agreement?

RobertNichols  – (1:12 PM)  

This sounds like a case for Lucy!!!

Didn't social services take a child away from a "Nazi" mother?

Oh wait - Muslims are involved.

Revnant Dream  – (1:29 PM)  

Red Eddy doesn't care for the citizens of Alberta. Like all the rest these days, he's above us. Only his own ego with greed for more power now runs the fake Conservative Party. As you can see in the last few days his whole mentality is sweeping the legal & social services. I can't wait to kick this Dhimmi bum out. Just another Politician who feels he knows whats best for everyone. Another wacko who thinks their infallible. Little Popes.
Judgment is heading his way at the ballot box.
Like in America it can't come soon enough.
JMO

Jim Horne  – (1:55 PM)  

Hospitals have policies that spell out the procedure that must be followed when staff suspect that a child's injury is the result of abuse. Contacting the local police to report the incident and the suspicion of abuse, if it is suspected, is mandatory.

A staff member who fails to follow the hospital's procedure regarding the reporting child abuse is, in fact, negligent in the performance of their "duty of care" to the patient.

Professionals, like doctors and nurses, who are certified by associations like the CMA or CNA, in certain instances, can have their licence to practiced revoked. Also, hospital administrative staff can face disciplinary action as well.

There are few things that the courts take as seriously as the protection of children - especially in a situation where abuse is suspected.

Professionals, like doctors and nurses have a "duty of care" with regard to their patients that is set a higher standard than that of the general public.

Therefore, it is incumbent upon these professionals to avail themselves of the hospitals policies regarding the procedure to be followed in instances where child abuse is suspected and to follow the procedure precisely. They have no excuse, none.

thedailyrasp  – (2:07 PM)  

Jim Horne you are assuming that the law is followed inside these little union Kingdoms.

I submit the law is only considered after computing the politically correct response, the union response, the hospital PR response, ...

Rose  – (2:07 PM)  

Call crime stoppers and report the abuse to them anonymously, make sure you keep a record of the call that way the police can't say they weren't informed. Failure to notify the police that the a child has been assulted is a crime in it's self, yes social workers get away with alot but failure to report child abuse is already haunting more than a few government run child protection services.

Blazing Cat Fur  – (2:26 PM)  

I agree Jim it is their duty however the provincial statutes I examined do not make it clear that abuse must also be reported to police after child services have been notified. It seems to be an either or choice, go to Child Services or the Police. In this case Child Services was notified first and they have a great a deal of leeway as to how they choose respond.

noel  – (2:36 PM)  

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Maybe, when all the fuss and fuzz is finished, the family will throw a rock party for her.
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Blazing Cat Fur  – (2:37 PM)  

We can only hope it doesn't come to that, I am waiting word on the latest developments.

thedailyrasp  – (2:41 PM)  

Call the Police, tell them the situation and they will send over Mohamed or his other brother Mohammed to sort it all out.

"Good women are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because God has guarded them. As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them." -- Qur'an 4:34

http://www.jihadwatch.org/2010/07/indonesian-muslim-murders-slices-up-wife-with-kitchen-knife-because-of-her-nagging.html

Blazing Cat Fur  – (2:44 PM)  

Must be the new season opener on "Intervention".

truepeers  – (2:50 PM)  

Well, from what little you can tell us, I've got to say I'm not surprised. Can you really imagine, in Canada today, that our falsely "liberal" bureaucrats have the authority or courage to undermine the basis of "diverse" immigrant communities whose cohesion, or apartness, depends in fair part on submission or scapegoating of women?

Just for comparison sake, I've heard of "aboriginal" kids being landed in abusive situations becaue the "aboriginal" social worker and the system had a definite preference for them to live on isolated reserves, as a matter of course, with no serious examination of the choice or alternatives.

A society based on group rights is necessarily a less free society than one based on individual freedom and rights. But we have many today cowering under threats and demands for group rights. It's been deemed progressive by people who think there is some kind of "equality" that can be distinguished from and made to trump "freedom". It's a myth.

Jim Horne  – (3:19 PM)  

With all due respect, I don't think my message is getting through to you.

You seem to be acting on the assumption that reporting the incident to a social worker relieves the medical professionals and the hospital of culpability and/or liability with respect to the welfare of the child in question. This is simply not so.

I will repeat it again. The medical professionals involved in a case where child abuse is suspected have a "duty of care" to the patient and a requirement in law to report it to the proper authorities for investigation.

The standard by which these medical professional will be judged in a court of law is such that they have no excuse, none, for not reporting the suspected abuse to the local police.

This is especially true in a case where they suspect that the judgement of the social worker, assigned to the case, may be bias by reason of his or her application of "cultural sensitivity" in judging whether there was abuse. Cultural sensitivity does not trump "security of person". Not now, not ever.

If anything untoward happens to this child as a result of being released back into a situation where there is abuse suspected or occurring, then all the parties involved will face charges.

Judges take this seriously. Why aren't you.

Blazing Cat Fur  – (3:29 PM)  

Jim I am reporting what has been relayed to me directly by individuals involved. As I stated earlier the provincial statutes appear to provide that "service providers", i.e. Hospital staff/doctors have an either or choice on who they report to.

As to the rest of your assertions, What the hell are you smoking?

thedailyrasp  – (3:38 PM)  

Jim Horne, I assure you I take this very seriously. BCF is doing whatever possible at this time on this issue to inform the readership of a serious dangerous.

The situation demonstrates how absurd multicultural policy and diversity have become in Canada. So twisted that a child's life could be at stake.

As to the why's, wherefore's and how come of all this please read True Peers post as he clearly defines the Canadian terrain.

Blazing Cat Fur  – (3:59 PM)  

Jim on reading the provincial statute regarding "duty to report" it is clear that regulations were followed, Child Services were notified of the abuse. Note that this incident has occurred in a Hospital. Hospitals have bureaucracies. The hospital bureacracy has done what is required. To be clear the staff involved directly are distressed at the decision of Child Services to accept the Father's apology as a guarantee that he will not abuse her again. They are looking into possible solutions but Child Services carries a great deal of weight in these matters.

Let's not forget that Aqsa Parvez' father enlisted the aid of Police on 2 occasions to "search" for her after she had run away.

truepeers  – (4:25 PM)  

And let's not forget that no less an august body as the United Nations Human Rights Council has banned discussion of how or whether Islam contravenes human rights.

Blazing Cat Fur  – (4:27 PM)  

The CHRC must be greatly pleased at the news.

JustAnotherWesterner  – (8:17 PM)  

As a related aside, I was driving my usual bi-weekly Calgary to Edmonton yesterday and pulled over briefly at the Red Deer rest stop. As I drove in to park I passed a couple of parked semis and pulled well ahead to leave them easy egress.

As I got out of the truck I noticed a man in front of the semi I had just pulled in front of, bending over with his shoes in front of him. He looked like he might be sick or something, so after I walked around my pick-up to get what I needed from the right side of the box, I looked at him again to see if he needed help. Now he is prostrate on the ground, facing Mecca, more or less, and I realized, Good God, he is doing ablutions and daily prayers on the pavement, in front of a Kenworth, on a pull-out of the busiest highway corridor in North America!
I thought about the implications of this for the remainder of the trip.

Black Mamba  – (8:18 PM)  

I'm sure that the fact that the girl was 12 years old - i.e. in very early adolescence/puberty - has no bearing on her father's..... um...... emotional reaction to whatever-whatever.

Horrible stuff. Please keep us updated, BCF.

Pieface  – (8:25 PM)  

A reminder: cultural sensitivity has aboriginal children placed back with the extended family members who have abused them, and who have also on occasion, murdered them - placed there preferentially rather than have them raised in caring non-aboriginal households. Extending the privilege of not having to subscribe to decent behaviour and honouring peoples' human rights because of cultural sensitivity makes us all incredibly irresponsible dupes and enablers.

Blazing Cat Fur  – (8:43 PM)  

Cultural and moral relativism are a toxic mix, rendering people unable to distinguish right from wrong.

j  – (4:02 AM)  

There is much to be said for a recorded call to Crime Stoppers.

Time, date, place and concern. The cops are often badly led but I've yet to meet one of them who will not intervene on behalf of a child.

Rose  – (2:48 PM)  

Well that's a relief, in Europe it's common practice to get Muslim cops involved, Muslim social workers involved and Muslim Imams involved and in the end the females usually end up dead. If we want to protect potential honour victims it's vital that we exclude the Muslim special interest groups out of the equation.

Blazing Cat Fur  – (2:53 PM)  

Well that's the story so far, a final decision has to be made so she is not out of the woods yet. I will update as information becomes available.

thedailyrasp  – (3:44 PM)  

Thx for the update.

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