Front Door Busted Open; Not for Drugs: Arizona Child “Welfare” Case Creates Public Scrutiny

A family in Arizona became the subject of national attention after the Arizona Department of Child Safety took their children away. Police armed with guns had raided their house and broken open their front door because one of their children had a very high fever earlier in the day (which fever had subsided). While this child-welfare case itself has generated its share of contention, it’s how this case has been handled in the juvenile court and how the court has “gagged” media coverage that has created even further scrutiny.


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