Friday, December 02, 2005

False Confession Text

TO: Katie Doman
Deputy Juvenile Officer
Greene County Juvenile Court
1111 N Rohberson
Springfield, MO 65802

FROM: Rebecca Clark
Social Service Worker II
Glenda Breakbill
Social Service Supervisor I
ChildrenÂ’s Division
149 Park Central Square
Springfield, MO 65806

Skyler Lee Lambeth
DOB: 6/26/1995

Ben Jacob Lambeth

Marty Lambeth
DOB: 8/04/1953

Archie Lambeth
DOB: 8/28/46

Date: September 22,

Treatment Plan

The following is a treatment plan between Children's Division and Marty Lambeth. The purpose of this agreement is to outline for Mrs, Lambeth the minimal expectations of the Children's Division and the Greene County Juvenile Court. Completion of the following responsibilities will indicate the desire on behalf of Mrs. Lambeth to regain custody of her child, Ben Jacob Lambeth.


1. Mrs. Lambeth agrees to cooperate with the Children's Division. This includes informing her social worker of any changes in address, employment or household composition before the change occurs.

2. Mrs. Lambelh agrees to sign all release of information forms requested for any and all professionals/agencies involved in determining her compliance with the conditions of her treatment plan.

3. Mrs. Laambeth will provide and maintain a stable place of residence which meets minimal health standards.

4. Mrs. Lambeth will not allow or reside with individuals in the household who would pose a threat to her child or who have a known history of, or conviction for any activities involving physical, emotional, 0r sexual abuse of children.

5. Mrs. Lambeth will obtain a psychological evaluation by a professional approved by the Children's Division social worker, Deputy Juvenile Officer, and the Guardian Ad Litem. Mrs. Lambeth will follow all recommendation made by the mental health professional.

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6. Mrs. Lambeth will participate in individual and family counseling by a professional approved by the Children's Division worker. Deputy Juvenile Officer, and the Guardian Ad Litum

7. Mrs. Lambeth will participate in anger management classes through an agency approved by Ihe Children's Division worker. Deputy Juvenile Officer, and the Guardian Ad Litem.

8. Mrs. Lambeth will participate in a sexual offender's evaluation
by a professional approved by the Children's Division worker,
Deputy Juvenile Officer and the Guardian Ad Litem.

10. Mrs. Lambeth agrees to schedule visitation with Ben Jacob. If the Children's Division worker, the Deputy Juvenile Officer, and the Guardian Ad Litem agree that visitation is detrimental to the child, visitation will be suspended until such time as the matter is brought before the court.

11. Mrs. Lambeth realizes that failure to complete the treatment plan may result in a recommendation of the Children's Division to the Greene County Juvenile Court for a petition to be filed to terminate her parental rights.


1. The Children's Division worker will make referrals to appropriate resources to assist Mrs. Lambeth in meeting her responsibilities. If funds are available, Children's Division will help pay for these services.

2. The Children's Division worker will provide updates to all team, members.

The Treatment Plan entered into between Marty Lambeth and the Children's Division shall be in effect until such time as a new plan has been approved by the court. Failure to comply with the conditions and terms of this plan may result in the filing of a petition to terminate parental rights.



Sunday, November 27, 2005

False Confession Page 2

Court Orders Skyler's Hair Cut Text


Case Number: 103JU0545
Date of Birth: June 26,1995
A female child under seventeen years of age.

NOW UPON THE 25day of January, 2005, the Court took up the oral motion of the Counsel for the Children’s Division requesting permission to cut the hair of the minor child. The Court deferred ruling upon the motion until February 1, 2005, to allow the parents the time to consult with their counsel regarding the signing the signing of appropriate treatment plans in this

The Court carefully considered the arguments of parents' counsel presented mat die cutting of female hair was prohibited by the chosen religion of the parents. However, the Court also considered the testimony of Mindy Ellis, LCSW, who testified that die minor child's hair was of such excessive length that it was difficult to care for, was unhealthy, and adversely affects the child's self-esteem. The Court does hereby sustain the Children's Division's oral motion and hereby authorizes the Children's Division to cut the minor child's hair.
So Ordered
Dated: March 1 / 2005 . Commissioner Winston Davis

Friday, November 25, 2005

Court Orders Skyler's Hair Cut

Thursday, November 24, 2005

ACLU Rejection Letter Text

November 14,2005
Archie L. Lambeth
Fair Grove, MO 65648

Dear Mr. Lambeth:

We have reviewed the materials you submitted to this office concerning your complaint. We have determined that the ACLU will not be in a position to assist you. I am sure that you are aware of the tremendous volume of inquiries received by the ACLU. Additionally, limited staff and financial resources available to the ACLU force us to be extremely selective regarding the cases we pursue.

This is not meant to be a judgment that your complaint lacks legal merit. In fact, if you would like to pursue this matter further you may wish to consult a private attorney, or the public defender's office. We cannot make referrals to private attorney or provide you with legal advice. You may find your state or local bar association or legal aid society helpful in . locating an attorney to discuss your concerns.

I am sorry we cannot assist you.


Che Ramsey Legal Director

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

ACLU Rejection Letter

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Archie's Kids

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Be Informed


Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD and he shall turn the heart of fathers to the children, and heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse. MALACHI 4,5-6.

It is impossible but that offences will come: but woe unto him, through whom they come! It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea than that he should offend one of these little ones, LUKE 17; 1-2.