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Crimes comitted against autistics by swedish social authorities
Purpose and background
For swedish readers of this site I want to make it clear that this site
in swedish legislation is journalistic and the site is registered with PRV
as a newspaper with number 24982. Non-swedish readers might find it odd that
freedom of speech does not exist in Sweden, since a law called PUL prevents
citizens from publishing names of people working in our social offices. This
law does not apply to journalistic material.
Our premature son that has been kidnapped by social authorities
Alexander's weight clearly demonstrate the trauma he went through
when he was placed in foster care.
Alexander was born on April 9, 2004. He was born almost three months
prematurely. He was in intensive care for a month, and then were
transfered to a neonatal ward. The social authorities started an investigation
already when he was only days old. Already from the start it was obvious the
plan was to place him in foster care. There were talks to investigate
our family on a HVB facility. However, this proposal was then withdrawn
quickly as we opposed it. Just before Alexander would normally have been
sent home from the hospital, and we be given the necesary instructions
for his care, he was instead taken from us.
There really is no valid reason for these actions. People being
socially different is not a valid argument for kidnapping their children,
but this is exactly what swedish social authorities frequently do to families.
The primary responsibility in this case lies on Birgitte Kropf, who did a very
subjective and biased investigation that were later used in the courts.
When we claimed our social differences were due to Asperger's syndrome,
we were not believed. Instead, it was claimed that we were bad parents.
Not even as our now eleven years old daughter got here autism diagnosis
have these people admitted their errors. It seems like swedish courtst
believe more in gossip from the foster family and statements by lawers
that have no idea what autism is.
According to the UN declaration of human rights, this cannot be interpreted
as anything else than criminal behavior by the country of Sweden. Sweden has
signed this declaration, but does not follow it. One also would think that Sweden,
that often has moral concerns about other countries actions, would first
check out how their own officials behave in relation to families.