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Ange v. Chesapeake Dept. of Human Services:


Notes: ♂ relatives targeted foster parents

“The evidence demonstrated that the child’s best interest would not be served by placement with her paternal relatives. In foster care, the child had progressed to the point where she had no longer needed special education. When placed in the care of these relatives prior to her removal, the child was, at a minimum, poorly supervised. The evidence also showed that the child suffered an emotional and psychological relapse following her temporary placement in Davis’ home in June 1994. In fact, the child suffered parental alienation syndrome resulting from Davis’ attempts to turn the child against her foster parents.”
Ange v. Chesapeake Dept. of Human Services, 1998 WL 37190 at *2 (Va.App.)

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