Nancy Schaefer Exposes Child Protective Services

(28 June 1936 – 26 March 2010)

as an American politician and conservative activist, who served in the Georgia State Senate from 2004 to 2008.

Born in Clayton and of German descent, Schaefer became a prominent conservative political activist in Georgia in the 1980s. She subsequently ran for Mayor of Atlanta in 1993, before running as the Republican Party's nominee for Lieutenant governor of Georgia in 1994, where she lost to incumbent Democrat Pierre Howard

She unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for Governor in 1998, finishing in third place behind Guy Millnerand Mike Bowers with 7.7% of the vote in the party's primary election. She was elected to the State Senate in 2004 for the northern-state 50th district, where she served until she was defeated by Jim Butterworth in a Republican primary in 2008. She had also sought to wrest the Republican nomination for Georgia's 10th congressional district from Paul Broun in 2008, but withdrew her candidacy before the primary election. Throughout her career as an activist and politician, she was a champion of Christian conservative causes, opposing the department of Child Protective Services (a.k.a Department of children and Families). Which, after 4 years of investigation, on November 16, 2007 she published a report entitled "The Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services". After publishing the report, in a press conference she exclaimed that the report caused her to lose her position as a Georgia State Senator. In addition, she stood firmly in her opposition to abortion and gay rights. However, in expressing her Christian beliefs she promoted the display of the Ten Commandments in public places. Upon her death, fellow State Senator Ralph Hudgens eulogized her as "almost like a rock star of the Christian right". She was a senior official in the Baptist church, having served as a First Vice President of theGeorgia Baptist Convention.

Schaefer died at her home near Turnerville in Habersham County on 26 March 2010 with her husband of 52 years, Bruce Schaefer. Police concluded the deaths to have been a murder–suicide perpetrated by her husband. Before her death, she published and promoted the report "The Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services", leading to conspiracy theories surrounding her murder.

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^ Stevens, Alexis (29 March 2010). "GBI: Husband shot ex-senator, then self"The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
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It is with great pain and sorrow that we announce the death by murder of Senator Nancy Schaefer. Nancy perhaps was known best for being an international hero to those who had their children stolen by corrupt family courts and unethical adoption agencies and practices, and those that had their children stolen through corrupt practices of Family Courts and CPS.

She was a genuine, grade A bad ass. After proposing legislation to protect children and families in Georgia from getting their children stolen through unethical so called "adoption practices" that amounted to mass kidnappings of innocent children form innocent parents she was unseated by her own beloved Republican party in the next election. After her own Republican party rejected her for doing what was right she became a national favorite of Independents The Republicans in Georgia pressured her and pressured her to back down from trying to stop unethical adoption practices before unseating her, but their efforts were to no avail. Her answer was that she would rather go down with the ship than to do what went against her constituents' best interest. To say that we do not have many politicians like that on either side of the aisle is defiantly an understatement.

The actions of these corrupt Republican politicians in Georgia did not stop her, she worked for the rest of her life fighting against unethical so called "adoption practices" and against CPS corruption, and for Christian ideals. To us she is and will always be a hero. To think that this is the kind of person the Republican party is trying to get rid of!

And make no mistake many in the Republican party hated her, and so did many in CPS, and so did many traffickers of children and corrupt child snaatching "adoption" agencies and their lobbies. In all honesty she was a huge force in changing the way the world thought about these things and her efforts succeeding meant many of these child stealing monsters and their political allies stood to lose millions of dollars and all of their political power.

Thats why it was so interesting when we heard the news this morning that Nancy Schaefer's beloved husband whom she had lived with for decades without a problem had suddenly and inexplicably just gone out of his mind and killed his wife and then himself. And it got even more interesting when key Republicans from Georgia talked to the press and said they thought her husband had cancer and that was what made him get a gun and kill his wife, when the Schaefer's own daughter said that was untrue and that her father was not sick. And it even got more interesting when Republican blogs made rumors that Schaefer and her husband had a death pact--which turned out to be completely untrue--and was very insulting and distasteful to assert particularly on the day after her death.

And her murder needs to be investigated very, very thoroughly because it is just hard to believe that a loving elderly couple that had devoted their entire lives to public service, one day-- just one day out of the blue-- had a Columbine right in their bedroom, especially when so many monsters stood to gain so many things from their untimely passing.
A CPS insider reveals "secret rules" that corrupt "Child Protection Services" Inc. must follow:
What say you?Wasn't this one of Senator Schaefer's fights?And wasn't this partly what her LOST documentary was about?
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