August 03, 2017

AB NDP keeps Negligent Social Workers on Government Payroll?

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

The social workers who failed to act to save little Kawliga Potts’ life may still be working for the Alberta government.

Kawliga was killed by his foster mother while in provincial care in 2007.

He lived a horrific life of neglect at the hands of his biological family.

The day Kawliga was taken into care, reports described his home as filthy, with a strong odor of garbage, feces, and urine. The only food in the house was a bottle of beer.

But Kawliga’s nightmare was just beginning.

Watch my video to see all the times the province failed to intervene to save this little boy.

Kawliga's foster mother was convicted of killing him in 2011 is now serving an 8-year sentence for manslaughter for her part in the catastrophic brain injury that ended his life.

But what about the social workers who failed him? Where are they now?

Children's services minister Danielle Larivee was asked if social workers involved in supervising Kawliga still work for the province and all she could say was “their status varies”.

We don't know if any of them were directly fired because of their role in their negligent supervision of little Kawliga because Larivee won't say. We need to know they aren't supervising another child.

What do these government workers have to do to lose their jobs? A baby is dead. A woman is in jail after killing him while being closely watched by the by the government.

I thought this government might be good at protecting kids, given how many of them are social workers.

But it looks like they are really good at protecting their own.

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commented 2017-08-05 01:15:37 -0400
Neglect is bad enough, but when these horrific tragedies involve the beating, rape and/or murder of children, I can only see red…makes me want to look in the Old Testament for some justifiable revenge!
As for the ‘government workers’ responsible – hang the bastards…
commented 2017-08-04 13:30:22 -0400
The fact these guilty social workers didn’t immediately voluntarily resign confirms their moral bankruptcy.
commented 2017-08-04 12:30:05 -0400
Kelly Weber, more twisted “logic”, why am I not surprised. You don’t think a grand-father could have taken care of his own flesh and blood?!
commented 2017-08-04 09:59:51 -0400
The kid would have been better off if his mother had chosen abortion.
commented 2017-08-04 08:12:20 -0400
THE NDP you don’t say.
commented 2017-08-04 00:39:28 -0400
This is a Breach of Trust. PLEASE, somebody in that region file a private charge against these workers – please, I beg of you!!
commented 2017-08-03 18:47:07 -0400
Broken people working in a broken system, who don’t appear to value human life. Sickening and disturbing. Now that the inquiry has been completed; at minimum, these social workers should be fired. The RCMP should take stock and if charges can be laid, arrest the 5 social workers and their supervisors for child neglect causing death. This might help the remaining social workers take their position more seriously and advocate for the children who don’t seem to have a voice in this crazy system.
commented 2017-08-03 15:34:38 -0400
I told my mom that if you work for a union that you can even commit murder and get away with it. She was outraged that I would say that because she worked for the SK government as a medical aide in the past. I told her the about the case where a handicapped man was immersed in water that burnt him all over his body. He died after many days in extreme pain, but the worker was never charged or fired by the union. I can’t recall his name, but he was son of a man that had worked tirelessly to improve the medical industry in AB.
commented 2017-08-03 15:14:00 -0400
Shame on the NDP for hiding those responsible for these crimes against children. It should come as no surprise though because communists don’t value life!
commented 2017-08-03 14:58:53 -0400
Thanks SHEILA, for the end follow through on thes cases
commented 2017-08-03 14:58:08 -0400
Considering both Redford, our first socialist premier, and Notley, our second one, owed AUPE and CUPE for their premierships, there is small wonder they would take these unions, who represent the social ‘workers’, on.