22 January 2015What's coming now?
Here is what will quite likely happen:
• If mother and daughter are caught by the police, the child will be taken back to the foster home (no matter what she wants or says) – or to another foster home at a secret address – and the mother will face a criminal court case and imprisonment. Plenty of cases here, in the section "Temaer" (themes / topics) at BarnasRett
(The children's Right):Barn og familier på flukt fra barnevernet
(Children and families fleeing from the child protection services)Barn og foreldre som blir straffet for opprør mot barnevernet
(Children and parents who are punished for revolt against the child protection services)
Unfortunately these articles are all articles in Norwegian. Still, the files give an idea of the profusion of articles and I also post the links for the benefit of readers who can read Scandinavian.
• If mother and daughter reach Lithuania, then Norway may do something comparable to what they did in a Polish case i 2011: They spent large sums to go to Poland
and demand a court case there, in which they tried to have the child handed over to them and extradited back to Norway!Judgment in Poland: a nine-year-old girl NOT to be extradited to Norway
The CPS later appeared on Norwegian tv, talking as if they were martyrs for children.
Their arguments and actions can be seen from the article. I repeat my conclusion:
"This leads once again to the everlasting question: What does the conduct of Norway and our CPS in this case indicate about all the other cases handled or created by the CPS – I mean, when they have the time and resources, and give top priority to, taking this girl away from her parents, and then send people to Poland to bring action before a Polish court to have her perforce returned to Norway, completely against her wishes?"
In such CPS cases, involving other nations and the families being fortunate enough to get publicity and understanding in their own country, Norwegian embassies send out "calming" statements aimed at making the population in the country concerned believe the same as the Norwegian population at home are convinced of. Here are a few:Norwegian embassies abroad and Norwegian child protection