Help stop the social services tacking incident people’s children

Help stop the social services tacking incident people’s children

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My little sister got taken of my mum for no reason and the social worker has been lying my little sister was In no danger she was a cleaver beautiful little girl then one day the social worker came to my Nanna house to meet my baby sister and said she is healthy and fine she striped my sister and checked her for eny bruises and there was none then we went into the living room and she was like is that a bruise on her face and it was just a little one so then she asked what happened and my little sister loves head butting the floor when she is mad so that his how the bruise. Came and then the woman came like once a week for like a month then every time she came I say to her are you ever going to take sinem who is my sister and she said no and like a couple weeks after that we get a phone call from her saying we are putting sinem on a order and is you don’t agree we will remove sinem so my mum agreed and she said we are taking sinem so my mum said no the woman said get a solicitor so my my did the lady said she was taking sinem so my mum left and no one know where she was and then my mum got found by the police and they removed sinem my hole family was heartbroken my grandad just died and my little BFF has been taken away my mum has been very sad but is trying to keep her head held high they said they will check to see if my sister can part time come and live with use until the court was over the woman denied my nana but she has 3 foster children in her care and no reson why she can’t come and we are now waiting to see if my sister can go in my auntie care we really need to stop the unfair removal of children pls I am just 14 and my sister is 1 pls help us 

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