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Debbie Williams has absolute proof that her grandchildren have been stolen by Washtenaw County Michigan Child Protective Services

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I believe Michigan has a “Kids for Cash” scheme that may be even worse than the recent scandal in Pennsylvania.

Debbie Williams is a grandmother.  She has two grandchildren, Malik and Sanaya. 

Debbie was filmed for Lawless America…The Movie on July 27, 2012 in Lansing, Michigan.



Debbie has absolute proof that her grandchildren have been stolen by Washtenaw County Michigan.

She has audio tapes and documents that PROVE what happened.  Her grandchildren have been stolen in a fraudulent scheme. Watch the first 10 minutes of this video, and you should be able to see and hear the proof.  I will produce a much more concise, clearer video of the proof. 

Debbie has tape recordings where the government agents say the children were born drug-addicted, but she has medical reports and doctor reports from the state’s doctors sholwing that all drug tests were negative.  This is as clear as proof gets. This makes it clear why the government agent repeatedly said the meeting should not be recorded.  It was recorded by accident.  Thank goodness.

No one has come to Debbie’s aid.  She didn’t have enough money for a hotel room,  She came to Lansing and slept in a 24-hour restaurant, but she donated $100 cash to the movie.



Lawless America…The Movie is a documentary film exposing government corruption and judicial corruption in a 143-day road trip to all 50 states.  Over 1,200 victims are being filmed.

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 William M. Windsor


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