Disabled Child is Reunited With Mother Temporarily After Adoption

By Melissa Diegel | TLB Staff Writer & Talk Show Host


Lisa Meltzer an Arizona resident whose parental rights were stripped from her by the dependency courts in Arizona after an unfair trial.  Was not allowed any witnesses on the stand during the dependency trial.  The disability laws were overlooked in the Appeals Court due to an obstruction of justice and she eventually lost her rights when Joey was 3 years old after judge Ishikawa’s rubber stamp ruling.

However, she was finally able to see her medically fragile son Joey in a delightful reunion on her birthday weekend do to the generous hearts of the adoptive family once the state was out of the way.


In this interview Lisa recounts her experience as the state unjustly removed her son due to the false accusations that she would not be able to care for him regardless of the fact that she was left to raise four other children in her home and always was a very capable loving mother.  The state only took her disabled son Joey, which, as we all now know is worth quite a bit of money in matching federal funding dollars through the 500 billion dollar industry, we now know to be CPS.

Part 1 Interview  with Lisa Meltzer:

Part 2 Interview with Lisa Meltzer:

About the author:

Melissa Diegel is the mother of (3) children, two of whom were medically kidnapped. She is a outspoken advocate, the voice for the voiceless and speaks out on humanitarian issues.  She lives in Mesa, Arizona and supports the constitution, family rights and believes in freedom of speech. She is a international radio talk show host on 4 Family Justice  sponsored by the Liberty Beacon Project. She is a published writer and has been a frequent guest on many international radio talk show programs. Currently there are over 21,000 children in the Arizona DCS system, where over 35 children a day are being taken.  Two of those children out of 21 thousand are Melissa’s daughters!

#MelissaDiegel @MelissaDiegel  www.amiraclefortwosisters.org #Miracle42S @jftsisters


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