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AIR DATE: April 22, 2010

National Center for Youth Law attorney Bryn Martyna joins us to talk about the group's lawsuit against the state of Nevada and Clark county that alleges numerous federal and local violations in the state's foster cares system.

Bryn Martyna, Attorney, National Center for Youth Law

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I was looking at suing Child Welfare Services in Las Vegas. When my children ran away from their abusive father (twice), CWS forced them to go back. He molested and raped children, killed their pets, beat them up, fed them sporadically, constant verbal and psychological abuse... they were forced to go back... and I went to jail - see Dr. Phil's show of 4/14/10 Crisis in Family Courts... our family is still going through hell because of legal abuse and uncaring Child Welfare Services.
Danielle J. Duperret, PhDApr 20, 2010 13:02:39 PM
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