Read this again.
CPS has petitioned to close. Family court just keeps resetting us. . .
That bad, bad Family Court. Why do they “keep resetting” the Naugler case, in spite of the nice people at CPS petitioning the Court to close the case. Why?
. . .so that we cannot release the transcripts from court and expose the bullshit.
Oh, I see. The Nauglers are whistleblowers. They are gonna tell us all the shit so we can be properly outraged because the state of Kentucky removed their children from the three-sided lean-to where they’d spent a whole winter, living in conditions that would make a poor person in rural Africa feel sorry for them.
And the Family Court is afraid of this, so the Court won’t close the case in order to stop the fearless intrepid Nauglers from informing the world about the evils of Child Protective Services.
And the police.
And the neighbors.
But maybe that’s not the whole story.
So they have “full legal custody.” And these visits from CPS are just “procedural.”
This, of course, really says nothing. What in the hell is “procedural”?
When our son was a minor, we had “full legal custody” of him. You know, for 18 complete years. We could take him anywhere, move anywhere, and we never had to report to anyone about anything. We put him in school. We took him out of school. We put him back in school again. We signed for him to have surgery. We took him to the dentist.
All that “full legal custody” stuff.
And nobody from CPS in any state where we lived had ever heard of us.
Seems to me that you don’t have “full legal custody” if you aren’t able to go anywhere and do anything without “procedural” stuff hanging over your head.
Oh, so they can move anywhere they want.
Only, if they do, the state of Kentucky will notify the new state about them, and they will get visited by CPS in that state.
And it’s “still active.”
Here’s some more conspiracy stuff. The state of Kentucky is conspiring to keep the Nauglers poor. They want the Nauglers to be able to function without the state having to raise their kids for them, but not able to be “stronger” because then they would be “empowered.”
To do what?
Why, to whistleblow. That’s what.
The state does not want this to happen. No, sirree. They are terrified of Joe Naugler because he is “aggressively working.”
I will pause a minute while you recover.
Joe Naugler has never worked aggressively in his entire life for a single second.
But anyway, the GAL is insisting on “forensic evaluation.” What in the hell is that?
The GAL is concerned that the Naugler parents might be bananas. I cannot imagine why she might be concerned about that. Little things like the Blessed Little Shitshack, and the Blessed Little Non-existent Compost Heap, stuff like that doesn’t raise any red flags at all.
At any rate, as you can imagine, Nicole isn’t a fan of testing. She doesn’t want her kids tested to see if they know anything at all, and she sure as hell would object heartily to having herself tested to determine if she is bonkers.
Notice the wording here. She’s using vague terminology.
It has yet to be scheduled.
“It” [the forensic evaluations] can’t schedule itself. Somebody has to do that. Who is the somebody who is not doing that?
Is it like an appointment with the doctor? You call and make an appointment for August 19 at 2:00 p.m. and then you show up and have your examination. Of course, if you happen to not want to have that examination, you could call them on August 15 and say, “Gee, I can’t make it on the 19th. Can I reschedule?” And they will say, “Sure, how about September 5 at 10:00 a.m.?” And you say, “Okay, that’s fine.”
Rinse and repeat. You can put off that exam for months.
. . .we just keep resetting the court hearings.
Well, of course. You can’t have the court hearing until the forensic evaluation is done, and “it” is not even scheduled. That mysterious person simply hasn’t done it. Or the Nauglers “keep resetting.”
I fail to see what is “unprecedented” about requiring a psychological evaluation. It’s done all the time.
Nicole is wanting us to believe that the ball here is totally in the hands of the Family Court and they are refusing to even schedule the evaluations because they are so terrified of the Nauglers that they want to keep them all locked up tight and quiet. Like she calls and says, “When can we have those tests done?” And they reply, “Oh, gee, we’re booked solid until November of 2018.” She’s implying that if they called her tomorrow and said, “The evaluations are scheduled for next week” she would reply, “Oh, good. What time? We’ll be there.”
She would not. We all know she would not. She words this stuff relatively carefully. It’s called “weaseling.”
So the Nauglers remain “on a tether.”
That means that their CPS case is not closed, and they are not free to do and go anywhere they like anytime they like without supervision.
And their political views have nothing whatever to do with it.
That takes us back to the original question.
Is your case with CPS still open and have you met all of their requirements?
Answer: Yes, it’s still open, and no, they haven’t.