The Meitivs were in the news at the end of last year. Maybe you remember the story. Their two children had walked from their home to a nearby park to play. While playing in the park some busy-body, state worshiping, do-gooder citizen called the cops to report the horrific crime of unsupervised children playing in a park. The cops, being the brave and noble souls that they are, rushed to the scene. They ended up picking up the two children as they were walking home, minding their own business and not being assaulted by pedophiles and pornographers as they walked along.
According to this report, "It all began in December when police stopped the kids as they were walking home from a park without an adult, and gave them a stern warning. Child Protective Services then accused the Meitivs of neglect, saying unless they committed to a safety plan, the kids would have to go into foster homes. No criminal charges were filed and a Maryland State Department of Human Resources spokeswoman would only say at the time that the case would serve as 'a point of reference that will be used in any future decision.'" Sadly, that "point of reference" has come up again.
According to the same report, "Officers responded to a report of children without an adult at a park Sunday afternoon (April 12th, ed), according to The Associated Press, and took the 10-year-old boy and 6-year-old girl to Maryland Child Protective Services. The children have since been released to their parents, Danielle and Alexander Meitiv, Montgomery County police told ABC News today. Danielle Meitiv did not immediately respond today to an ABC News request for comment, but she posted on Facebook Sunday night she and her husband were allowed to bring their kids home after signing a 'safety plan.' No charges were filed but the incident is being investigated, the AP reported."
Four months after being threatened to have their children forcibly removed from them and given to other families who believe in worshiping government, the Meitivs are back in the same position there were in before. This time, however, there is more to the story. This time the brave men in blue who picked up the kids decided to send a message to the freedom-loving parents they despise so much. This time the cops committed the criminal act of kidnapping. I am not expecting them to be charged.
Here is what happened, "Danielle Meitiv posted on Facebook this morning that the 'police coerced our children into the back of a patrol car, telling them they would drive them home. They kept the kids trapped there for three hours, without notifying us, before dropping them at the Crisis Center, and holding them there without dinner for another two and a half hours. We finally got home at 11 pm and the kids slept in our room because we were all exhausted and terrified,' she wrote." Get the picture? Two kids who are in no danger of any sort are walking along, minding their own business, when two cops with an agenda force them into their car and take them off to a secluded police station where their parents will never find them. Although the cops were fully aware that the children were expected home, they kept them there against their will for a full three hours. Although the cops were fully aware that the parents were frantically searching for their two lost children, they made no effort to contact the parents and inform them of what they had done. Had they not been held by their state-sponsored kidnappers the children would have arrived home in fine shape. The only danger to those two kids last Sunday afternoon came from the cops who kidnapped them.
It seems pretty clear that the cops were punishing the Meitivs for their noncompliance with the rules. Cops are there to enforce the rules and they become enraged when people like parents circumvent those rules. Cops are there to "protect the children" and they become enraged when parents tell them to mind their own business. Cops are there to get their way and when they do not get it they break the law and call it serving the public. Being the good kidnappers that they are, after kidnapping the two kids the cops held them for ransom. They demanded that the parents sign some stupid and ridiculous piece of paper promising to give up their parental authority over their children and obey the government in the future. Only after the ransom was paid were the children released. Please help me to understand. Why is that not kidnapping?
Those two cops should be arrested and charged with kidnapping. The people at the "Crisis Center" who aided and abetted the criminal act of kidnapping by inventing a crisis that did not exist should be arrested as accomplices. Everyone associated with the legal criminal action that took place against the Meitivs should serve prison time, and lots of it. In addition, the Meitivs should receive a generous cash settlement. I think something around 10 million dollars would be fair. Make the taxpayers cough up the cash to pay for the crimes of their beloved police force. Maybe then the taxpayers will wake up and realize that their police force is nothing more than a bunch of thugs and criminals.