Cleveland group requires Gov. DeWine to take motion in opposition to DCFS


CLEVELAND – “Dead children. System failed. “

This was one of the few characters in a small group of protesters Cleveland Thursday morning when he said the child and family services department “failed miserably”.

The group quoted three children and called for Oho Gov. Mike DeWine to do something. These children include Jax Ponomarenko, Ma’Khia Bryant, and Kaamir Bringht.

“We’d love you to come and take care of it,” said Joe Jones, founder of Fathers Lives Matter. “I don’t know what you’re being told in Columbus, but up here in Cuyahoga County we are losing children left and right. This building has to shut down, at least some restraining order or something, or they have to close and someone has to investigate these people and start firing people. Get enough skilled staff here to investigate child abuse and child neglect. Mike DeWine, you gotta do better, man. I voted for you We need help up here. Get up here and close this place. “

Jones said they are calling for justice and saying families are being destroyed by the agency.

We have more information on each of the children discussed at the rally in the following headings: