Rachel Bruno joins us today to tell us her harrowing story about CPS corruption, what goes on in family court, and in the foster care system.
Rachel Bruno a wife to her husband of 17 years, and a Mom to two vivacious boys. She has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, and founded a Cyber Security business along with her husband in 2010. As a business and communication specialist, her goals were to start a business, and become financially independent so she could raise her family. Things drastically changed the summer of 2015, shortly after the birth of her second child. Her Faith carried her through the unimaginable. After nearly 4 years of fighting for justice, she has now become a public speaker and writer. Her focus is on educating citizens while being a voice for those who have been victimized by the unconstitutional vices of Family Court and Child Protective Services.
Investigative journalist Michael Volpe joins us today in the Anomic Age. We will delve into his work exposing corruption in the court system, Veterans Administration, and CPS.
Michael Volpe has been a freelance investigative journalist since 2010. In 2012, I was the key note speaker for the Center for Immigration Studies Eugene V Katz Award. Since 2013, he has focused on the court system: guardianship, criminal, CPS, and family court. His series of articles on the Memphis VA Medical Center in 2014 and 2015 were featured on the O’Reilly Factor and helped lead to the dismissal of the hospital’s director. A 2014 article about a corrupt lawyer, Keith Dobbs, from Memphis helped trigger an investigation which led to the 2019 indictment on sixty-seven federal criminal counts. In 2013, he wrote an article exposing Cardinal Donald Wuerl as pro-pedophile; this was five years before the Pennsylvania investigation exposed him.
Mark Ludwig is the executive director of Americans for Equal Shared Parenting (AFESP). He joins us to discuss the fight for equal shared parenting, the Family Court system, and raising awareness for changes in legislation to help parents and children.
Mark Ludwig is the executive director of Americans for Equal Shared Parenting (AFESP). This group was started by Mark out of the need to be the best parent he could be to his son, Levi. After going through his own experience and learning of other parents that had been relegated to weekend visitors, he decided to use his background in politics to effect change in the current Family Court system.
Mark has personally met with over 420 legislators across the country to discuss the need for equal Shared Parenting. In 2018 alone, he traveled to 38 cities across the country and worked with leaders in 24 different states. He started the organization with a goal of educating, enabling and empowering leaders across the country to help raise awareness of the need to pass legislation for equal shared parenting giving children equal access to both of their fit, willing, and able parents after divorce or separation.
Terri LaPoint joins us today in The Anomic Age to discuss her investigative work into medical kidnapping. She has published articles on hundreds of cases involving family members taken by Protective Services. We will also delve into the connections to the greater picture of child trafficking, pedophilia, and the murder of those who expose it.
Terri LaPoint was the lead investigative journalist for MedicalKidnap.com, a division of Health Impact News, for more than 4 years, where she investigated and published articles on hundreds of cases involving family members, mostly children, taken from their families by Child, or Adult, Protective Services. She continues her work as an independent investigative journalist at RealNewsSpark.com. She is a contributing author to two books, and a regular guest on Blogtalk and radio programs. She received Michelle Malkin’s Bulldog Award for her investigative work on medical kidnapping in 2017.