We sat in the first bench seat so he could watch. No more than 20 minutes later, meepface jr started fidgeting to the point that the judge stopped what she was doing mid-sentence, and ordered him up to the place where prisoners have to sit when they come in in chains, and she assigned him an attendant from juvenile services to make sure he sat up straight and payed attention.
Bobby glazed over in the seat, and was told by the judge to stand up.
He stood and watched kids his age being led in in jumpsuits and chains, and it had NO effect at all.He was just watching the show.
Outside afterward, the social worker assigned to him made the observation that he was acting like none of this, including his parents distress, had registered on his radar at all. My kid just kept interrupting us all to ask about the architecture of the building, and changing the subject every other sentence.
Now my voluntary work with Childrens Protective Services is all in vain, and my case has is now involuntary, and he is on tracking, as per our senate bill 94.
He threw his monitor's greeting cards out last night, and I had to call the supervisor to explain.
This marks the fifth year of the all inclusive meepall.Now, my home is subject to spot checks by his monitor and human services. I don't really mind this, but it means that we have to be absolutely sure that the house is immaculate all the time, because DHS is, and has always tried to play the blame game instead of actually helping the family.4 years we've been getting this meep, and finally,people are starting to realize that maybe it isn't our fault.
He was abused in California,while in the care of the egg donor, who then rejected and abandoned him.
We have been mopping up the mess for years, and the family is now in crisis about everything.
The kid says he wants to off his mom.
Maybe I should send him back..............