Hello, I was granted temporary guardianship for my three year old grandson. The DHS Passamoquaddy told me if I didnt like the outcome which is
reunification to get a lawyer. The mother does drugs, is a narcissist psycho path, a bad record of offenses, and broke into my home stealing a lot of my personnel belongings. She has severe anger issues, hits and yells at my grandson, had burns on his arm, had 2 front teeth removed from falling, hurt his head on a metal toy truck from not watching him, 2 more teeth with caps and 2 more with filling from not brushing his teeth and feeding him candy all the time. The father was the mother raising and taking care of his son 24/7. Is a slave and does everything. A broken nose with a baseball bat, was kicked down stairs and beaten with her fists, and a large heavy piece of wood, then cut open inside bottom lip sliced with a butchers knife. He has no feeling of his chin. I want to beable to get custody of my grandson. My grandson has been taken away several times. DHS has lied to me several times and worker is a friend on facebook with her. It is a very dangerous situation and she also has fetal alcohol syndrome and more wrong with her. She is an unfit mother. She doesnt do a think just watch tv, and uses phone all day. She smokes bad my grandson had a bad cough from the smoke. Also she stalks me from her window. She never fed my grandson he was always starving. Please help me and she also drove endangering her child and several times under the influence of drugs. I dont want anymore harm to come to his father nor my grandson. Thank you for listening.
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