Meeting on Parental Rights
(News Item 1 for 11/10/03)
Note: Accountability Utah was
asked by the hosts of this meeting to announce it on our
Website. We applaud their efforts and initiative and
hope that many such meetings and actions follow. Also
see an updated .pdf
of the announcement.
Saturday, November 15, 2003,
at 9:30 a.m.
American Fork City Library at 64
S. 100 East (in the Community Room)
YOU, your family,
colleagues, and friends!
Inform and inspire:
Recognize key problems in the current child
protection system. Persuade legislators and government
officials to rectify current wrongs, and to reform
the system to prevent future abuses. Work together to
ensure justice for innocent parents who love,
nurture, and sacrifice for their children.
Two of her four children, Jordan and Leigh, were seized for
"medical neglect" in 2000 and are now suffering horribly in
Three of her four children were seized for a "messy home " in
1998. They have been in over a dozen homes and are being
abused. Her case is in appellate court.
Great-grandmother of Casey Barrow, who died tragically on Oct.
23, 2003 in foster care—under suspicious circumstances.
Daren & Barbara Jensen:
Son, Parker, was diagnosed with cancer in April, 2003. Chemo
was prescribed. Parents sought alternatives and second
opinions. Utah ordered Parker’s removal, and then filed
kidnapping charges against his parents when they fled the
state. Charges dropped….
Medical & Religious
Regional Director, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, and
family advocate. She will discuss the abuses she has
encountered and the attack on medical and religious freedom.
Importance of Due Process
& How it is Violated Today
attorney, parental rights author, and family advocate. He will
discuss parental rights in terms of proposed legislative
solutions, and explain the importance of due process.
Necessary Reforms to
Protect Innocent Families
citizen and Utah foster care survivor. He will outline
necessary legislative reforms, field relevant questions, and
obtain additional input and ideas from the audience.
Lowell Nelson & Matt Misbach,
Utah County citizens. They will marshal various action plans.
Nelson at 801-763-8046 or
OR Matt Misbach at
If you are coming
northbound on I-15, get off on the 5th East American Fork
exit. Go to State Street. Turn left on State Street and go to
1st East. Take another left. The library is right behind the
park and the room is on main floor on east side of the
If you are coming
southbound on I-15, get off on West Main American Fork
exit. Turn left (east) and continue to 1st East. Turn right on
1st East. The library is right behind the park and the room is
on main floor on east side of the building.
Note: The hosts of this
event encourage you to share an updated
the announcement with your family, friends, and neighbors.
If you have comments or
suggestions, please email us at