Fantastic news brought to us by Steven Bennett.
The Schabel family lost their 4 children ( age range 3-9) to the Norwegian CPS while they were living in Norway 4 months ago. The children were secretly confiscated while in school, which seems to be how Barnevernet operates.
“After dialogue with the German Embassy in Norway, the children were transferred to Germany around four weeks ago. Fortunately, the German CPS follow the European Court of Human Rights (EHCR) laws, and don’t recognise the County Board as a court, something that Norwegian authorities could make a note of.”
For the last month the children were fostered in Germany while the German CPS cleared up matters and inspected the family home.
Hubert Schabel (the father) writes:
“I still don’t exactly know about the role the german embassy played here, but I am convinced they had a role. Yesterday morning I woke up, did not know about the positive change the day will bring. Continued to renovate our house here in the south of Germany. I was looking for something, entered the children’s bedroom. Empty and tidy, unused, the feeling inside me was like a graveyard.
Unnaturally. I found out, that I did not enter the room since we are here for other reasons than searching things. I did not like to enter it, like I do not want to enter the graveyard where my beloved parents and brother are buried. The feeling inside that room was comparable to recently have somebody beloved gone. I continued my work, not really knowing how live will go on.
Barnevernet took away our reason to live and the germans denied returning the children, depending on the “doom” of the fylkesnamnda (county board).
Then came the phone call from the german authority. They wanted to meet us, immediately, and talk to us about the “new” situation. They asked, if they can come to our house and look at it. When they arrived, they told us, that the court decided, that the fylkesnemndas decision is not valid in Germany. They looked at our house, told us, it is no palace, but no danger for the children.
After they have left, we jumped (really!) into our car and drove the 25 km to the village, where our kids have been placed. We rang the doorbell. Heavenly noise broke through the silence of that little village, the angels must have been dancing to this music, our hearts made the beat, and the beat was fast and strong, deeply bass. The door opened. Our kids were informed two minutes ago. They jumped around our necks, we all had tears in our eyes. No one understood a word, all were talking at the same time, but we were one, one family, the reason to live for.
Complete again and for all time. No one should dare to tear us apart again, we fight, we bite, and we never give up until we die!”
We now hope to publish a similar story for the Bodnariu family. Soon. Very soon.