THE COVERUP CONTINUES: Thousands of American children reported missing from foster care; DCF workers ordered to close cases

The Patriotic Blonde

Washington, D.C. — Thousands of American children entrusted to foster care have gone missing according to records published last month.

Based on a review of federal records by investigative reporters Eric Rasmussen and Erin Smith, more than 60,000 foster children in the United States are now unaccounted for and have simply been labeled as “whereabouts unknown”.

According to the report, child welfare agencies throughout the country have closed the cases of at least 61,000 foster children listed as “missing”, not counting an additional 53,000 children who are listed as “runaways.”

The report cites over 80 children currently missing in the state of Kansas and hundreds more lost in Florida.

Further, the review found:

– Arizona and New Jersey allow child welfare workers to close a case if the child has been missing for at least six months.

– Illinois closed the case of a missing 9-year-old foster child in…

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