Troubling allegations against the Norwegian CPS (Barnevernet) are surfacing in the Bodnariu case where CPS confiscated 5 children 3 months ago.
There is evidence that besides the “abusive Christian indoctrination” issue which triggered the CPS action, one of the main social workers/investigators in the case is a former nursing school colleague of Ruth Bodnariu, and she may have a personal issue with Ruth. The unprecedented Romanian delegation which recently visited Norway attempting to secure the release of the children revealed this seemingly small but critical detail here.
This leads to suspicion of bias in the CPS investigation. Ruth Bodnariu’s former colleague who was involved in removing her children is said to harbor jealousy toward Ruth dating back to nursing school, where Ruth is said to have been a superior student.
This is a highly irregular matter when in comes to investigations. How can a CPS organization allow investigators to be intimately involved in the case, when the investigators may be compromised with former relationships to the family, as appears to be the case here? Delight in Truth believes this detail needs to be placed in the international spotlight.
And of course let’s not forget that school personnel who initially submitted the case to CPS had conflicts with the father, Marius Bodnariu, over religious matters. The school was not happy that the family is raising the children in the biblical faith. This lead to conflict when the daughter sang a Christian song at school and the father played a Christian song with the school children’s choir.
Interestingly, these matters have been suppressed in court documents and hearings, as the case has been turned into one of corporal discipline.
All these factors cast serious doubt on the motives for removing the children.
As we focus the microscope on Barnevernet, Norwegian activists made known the people involved in the local Barnevernet as well as the teachers at the school where the children were attending. Their names, pictures, emails and phone numbers have been published at various sites including barnevern.org. Norwegian newspapers have made this breach of personal data into an issue and are crying foul (here).
They are not yet crying foul over the barbaric breakup of a beautiful family.
When will Norway wake up and realize the international nature of this case? When will Norway realize the violation of human rights committed in this case?
When will Norway make things right and return the Bodnariu children?