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Exposing the Many Crimes of CPS and Family Court

Mom Left Kids in the Van to Get Muffins. Then Came a Social Worker and Strip Searches.

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On a mild day in March 2017, Elizabethtown police officers warned Holly Curry about leaving her six young children unattended in the family’s van outside Cobbler’s Cafe, where she had briefly stopped for coffee and muffins on the way to youth karate class.



They also reported her to the local office of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services.

The next day, despite Curry’s tearful, repeated protests, social service worker Jeanetta Childress and Hardin County sheriff’s Deputy Michael Furnish entered her home to investigate the family for possible child abuse and neglect.


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