by Daniel Barker, Natural News:
An unwanted visit from a Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P) case worker to a Belvidere, New Jersey, family’s home has become the basis of a $60 million lawsuit against the state agency.
On January 13, 2015, the Zimmer family answered a knock at the door from Michelle Marchese, a DCP&P case worker who demanded to be let in the home for interrogation purposes regarding the homeschooling of Christopher, Sr., and Nicole Zimmer’s son, Christopher, Jr.
Surprised by the aggressive nature of Marchese’s demeanor and her demand to be admitted inside the home “Now!,” Christopher, Sr., decided to call the police, not being certain what his rights were in such a situation. Before calling the police, Zimmer asked Marchese about the purpose of her visit. She responded that their 15-year-old son was not receiving a “proper education” and that she was authorized to make sure their homeschooling was being done “correctly.”
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