Texas Child Welfare Workers Accused of Lying on Reports

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Since 2009, at least 50 Texas Child Protective Services caseworkers have been caught placing children at risk by lying to prosecutors, ignoring court orders, falsifying state records or obstructing law enforcement investigations, says the Austin American-Statesman. At least four former CPS employees currently face criminal charges for their alleged misconduct. State officials insist those cases are rare. The employees accused of misconduct represent a fraction of . . .

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