Protest by Suffolk County New York residents against order issued by Judge Bivona who ordered that two girls be taken from their home against their will to live with their father.
The protesters fear that the children will be subjected to drugging and indoctrination by a company called the Rachel Foundation in Texas.
During the proceedings, Judge Bivona had issued a gag order which prevented anyone from telling the girls anything about what was going to happen to them. When the final order was issued, two detectives went to their home and took them away without prior warning. The girls are 9 and 10 years old.
Protesters believe that there is corruption in the courts and that the father of the children is a wealthy attorney who has familiar relationships with attorneys and judges in the courthouse. Protesters state that children need to be heard and that cameras need to be in the court rooms in New York and that behind door conferences lead to deals made by attorneys that benefit themselves and that are not in the best interest of the children.
They also believe that all court proceedings must be open to the public to prevent corruption. and cases should not be sealed.