Did you ever see the baby pictures of you as a little kid playing in the bathtub that your parents took? What about the pictures of you learning to use the potty? Most of us have such pictures of ourselves. At most perhaps we felt a little embarrassment. But according to American law enforcement employees, we’re supposed to feel upset and know that our parents are sex criminals who sexually abused us as children.
According to terroristic American government law enforcement agencies, if your parents took such pornographic photos, then your parents are child sexual abusers and pornographers who should be put on sex offender lists without trials. You should have been taken away from your parents for months or permanently until they could prove their innocence, something that is often not possible to do to the government’s satisfaction. Meantime, you as a child should be treated as confiscated contraband subject to whatever treatment the government wants to do to you, even if it damages you for life or kills you.
Demaree Family Abused by Government
These are among the lessons that the Demaree family of Peoria, Arizona, found out in 2008 to 2009. Parents Lisa and Anthony took 144 family photos during a vacation in San Diego, California, in August 2008. Eight of the photos depicted their small children, ages 5, 4, and 1.5, while the kids were playing in or around the bathtub without being fully clothed. When they returned to Arizona, they went to get the pictures developed at a Wal-Mart. Big mistake. A Wal-Mart photo developing employee reported the family for child pornography. Very soon thereafter, the police and CPS swooped in to take all three children away from their parents for more than a month as the government investigated and turned innocent photos into an excuse to abuse and terrorize the family.