Nadia and Caspian’s Fight for Freedom – PART 2

September 4, 2017

Picture by Bjorn Korf

Written by Bjorn Korf
Edited by Margaret Hennum

It seemed to be the perfect happy ending for Nadia and her sweet little son Caspian. Caspian was taken by Norway’s Child Welfare System, barnevernet, in June of 2016. With the help of a good lawyer, international pressure, prayer and social media activities, Nadia won her case in September and Caspian came straight home.

They both stayed at Margaret and Dag Hennum’s home for a while, a lovely Christian couple, where they started to recover from the horrible trauma that Norway’s Child Welfare System had just caused in their lives. Even though the case was closed and Caspian was returned to his loving mother, barnevernet never apologised for their mistake.

In February 2017 Nadia moved to Ulsteinvik, looking forward to starting a new life. With her own new apartment and with a place for Caspian in a Kindergarten she was looking forward to finally leaving that dark chapter behind. Also, she was happy to establish new relationships with new people in the neighborhood who didn’t know anything about her past struggles with barnevernet. Everything seemed perfect, but things were about to change.

Margaret Hennum commented:

“It all started recently with a phone call that was listened to legally, and barnevernet was contacted about this. I’ve read this report and it states that Nadia said during the phone call that she had a headache.“

Two women from barnevernet with two policemen then showed up at Nadia’s new apartment. But Nadia wasn’t there because she was visiting friends. For several hours barnevernet were sneaking around the house like the former DDR-Stasi would and stayed until evening to see whether she would come home or not. They also interviewed the housekeeper about her parental skills. They even forced the owner of the house, helped by two policemen, to open Nadia’s apartment for them.

Once again they were violating Nadia’s rights. They didn’t have any legal grounds for these actions against her and what’s even worse they have again completely ruined both Nadia’s and Caspian’s whole new life. Barnevernet has totally destroyed her reputation and trust in the neighborhood​ and have terrorised her so much that Nadia had to cancel the apartment and Caspian’s place in the kindergarten.

Now, Nadia has to find a new place again to live.

Who is responsible for this never ending nightmare? It is barnevernet in Volda, and its leader Brynhild Solvang. And it is Anne-Beate Vartdal and Eva Andreassen Lynge who forced themselves into Nadia’s home, and it is Mr. Kyrre Grimstad. After this incident he wanted to force Nadia into a meeting but she was wise enough not to go. He left a message saying that barnevernet needs to know where she is, even though her case is closed. He also tried to contact Margaret and Dag Hennum in order to get hold of Nadia and Caspian. It is Mr. Grimstad who is responsible for not letting this mother and child live a normal life.

Shame on him and shame on Norway for not following standard legal procedures and for not respecting Human Rights and for causing so much pain in peoples lives.

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Kyrre Grimstad on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/kyrre.grimstad

Eva Andreassen Lynge on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/eva.a.lynge

#LetTheChildrenBeSetFree
#HumanRightsWatch
#StopBarnevernet
#Norway

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OSLO DEMONSTRATION AGAINST CHILD WELFARE VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND PROFESSIONALISM

August 15, 2017

Photo from Steven Bennett’s Facebook Page

This Saturday, a very important event will take place. Norwegians from all over Norway, including folks from other countries, will be protesting the evil deeds of a “Child Protection Service” gone horribly wrong in Norway.

Organizers are hoping for the biggest demonstration on this issue ever in Norway’s history. If recent social media is any indication, organizers will accomplish this goal.

Political Elections will be held in Norway in September and this event will be noticed. I am Facebook friends with more than one of the event speakers and I am requesting that anyone who reads this will pray that the event is a huge success.

I would like to thank my FB friend, Bjo Ern, for providing me with the following itinerary. May God bless those who are willing to speak up against the evils of a country-sponsored child kidnapping organization.

Chris Reimers

(If there are clips of this event in English, I will publish them here as they come in.)

PROGRAM (preliminary)

– 11.00 Start of promenade at “Tigeren”. Meet up on time
– 11.30 Arrival at the Parliament
– 12.00 Welcome by the arbitration committee

– 12.10 Rune Fardal: Damage due to traumatization, psychology of power.
– 12.20 Ken Joar
– 12.30 Oddvar Espegard: The research tells us enough.
– 12.40 Tor Åge Berglid: The fight for better child welfare and the road ahead.

12.50 SONG: Sky full of stars. (Link below)

– 13.00 Nina Søviknes: About family centers, mothers’ home
– 13.10 Jelena Gullick, About grandparents’ participation.
– 13.20
– 13.30 Inez Isabel Arnesen: Free legal aid, politician engagement

13.40 SONG: Let the children be set free (Link below)

– 13.50 Naci Akkøk
– 14.00 Marius Reikerås: Human rights (If he is in Norway at the time)
– 14.10 Tomáš Zdechovský (?)
– 14.20 Lill May Vestly: Love, biology and strong parental rights – new family policy and new family protection. Political Spokeswoman for the Party The Christians regarding family.

14.30 SONG:

– 14.40 Stian Hordjik
– 14.50
– 15.00

– 15.10 Termination by the organizers

ORGANIZATION:

Responsible for Transport / Rigging:
– Dariusz Cz Pakosz, Natalia Kozłowsk, Øyvind

Responsible for music systems / scene:
– May Lund

Responsible for Appeals:
– Rune Fardal

Responsible for media contact
– Tor Åge Berglid, Rune Fardal

Singer (Learn these until 19 August):

A sky full of stars

Let the children be set free

Update: Here is one of the speeches (if you have facebook) from Oslo:

<a href="http://https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Ffamiliekanalennorge%2Fvideos%2F693929500805377%2F&show_text=0&width=560“>Tor Age Berglid


BABY CASPIAN KIDNAPPED IN NORWAY…UPDATE #3

June 24, 2016
Caspian

Caspian

It is 7:00 am Norway time, Friday, June 24th. According to a source that is very close to this case, today will be an important day in the life of Baby Caspian. A decision will be made that will affect his future.

This publication has learned that a hearing was held yesterday at the offices of the County Council for Child Welfare and Social Affairs (Fylkesnemnda). The Wings of the Wind is unsure of the particular office (1 of 12 in the country) where this hearing was held.

THERE ARE SEVERAL LINKS INCLUDING A PICTURE OF ONE OF THE FYLKESNEMNDA OFFICES HERE.

According to the WEBSITE OF THE FYLKESNEMNDA, it is a:

“court-like administrative body empowered to make decisions in including issues concerning care of children and the forced intervention by severe behavioral problems in adolescents.
There are 12 committees in the country. The Tribunal consists of the case of a manager who is a lawyer , two experts members and two members of a normal range . Decisions made ​​by the County Board may be brought before the district court.”

(Google Translate is used for all translation)

The Wings of the Wind is not aware of any source connected to the Barnevernet or the Norwegian government that has issued any type of public statement on this subject. It has now been 10 days since Caspian was removed from his crib by an “initiative of emergency” (emergency decision) on Monday, June 13th at approximately 2 pm.

It was stated in an earlier update that the Wings of the Wind’s understanding is that the removal of a child according to an “emergency decision” “can be carried out only when a child is in acute danger.” Two of the sources that this publication has relied on for previous information: Nadia, Caspian’s mother, and Margaret Hennum, a friend of Caspian’s Mother, have both stated that the child was in no such danger.

Here what took place at yesterday’s hearing according to a source close to the family:

“On the occasion of the meeting of the appeal June 23, 2016 : After what mother can tell about today’s outcome , she is satisfied with a good lawyer work and testified that she did lead after grueling battle of the lawyer. ( There is normally no witnesses to such complaints . ) Mothers own observer has knowledge beyond the general notes . She is therefore regarded as an expert , where she has also submitted reports to provide care for observations over a long period . It is also submitted observations from others with education that gives them credibility above Tribunal , where it lodged observations describing care agency .”

I have left this just as it was given to me. The Wings of the Wind is aware that Margaret Hennum, the friend and helper of Caspian’s mother, has been taking notes of events as they have happened. She is probably the one referred to here as “Mothers own observer.”

Here is a VERY IMPORTANT part of the information I was given:

“The outcome of today’s meeting we learn tomorrow ( 24.06.16 )”

This seems to indicate that an important decision about Caspian’s future will be made sometime today.

If a decision is made today, this publication will try to get that information out as soon as it can.

Editor’s note: One must be reminded that Caspian is approximately 6 months old. Ten days in the life of a six-month-old is a long time to be away from its mother. Since this publication is not aware of any public statement made by any office of the Barnevernet and is aware of comments made by Ms. Hennum, there is no good reason to indicate why this child was taken in the first place.

Chris Reimers


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