We would like to show support to victims of attorney N. Scott Johnson.
Chico and a handful of others are entirely what this blog post was designed to ‘call out.’ If we get the facts wrong tell us, but as far as this writer can tell something is awry. Only light will get rid of these roaches.
On June 29th, 2022, Rosario Chico has her preliminary hearing for felony child stealing charges she faces as a result of fleeing to a domestic violence shelter in Arkansas. She had a protection order in place against her abusive husband for herself and children but he sent his mother to file for emergency guardianship and was granted without notifying her. She was arrested in Arkansas at a domestic violence shelter where she served jail time and now faces felony child stealing charges. As recorded on audio, DHS contacted Ms. Chico to notify her that sexual abuse was substantiated.
The DHS protocol was met to substantiate and nothing would change that. The Department recommended Rosario take steps to protect her children.
We have spoken with the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. After hearing the facts of the case, the Coalition advised that the protective order was violated and that the guardianship is a violation of the protection order which is still in place to this day.
We will be at Tulsa County Courthouse at 11:00am praying and rallying. Could you put this in your schedule to cover please!?
Emily Dawn Escolas
Unite 2 Thrive
“The land of the free” arrests more than 28,000 people a day. Some 2.7 million children have an incarcerated parent. The State of Oklahoma has the highest incarceration rate for women in the nation – over 60% of those women are victims of domestic violence and abuse. Some of those women are being charged for ‘failure to protect’ when they are being abused by the abuser themselves while the actual abusers get a slap on the wrist and minimal if any sentencing. There is also a pattern of catch 22, other mothers are being criminally charged for attempting to protect their children when no one in the system is doing so. A group of Oklahoma women, advocates, parents including Ms. Chico are working reforming the Justice system to better serve domestic violence victims and children in the state of Oklahoma and nation wide.“ (Unite to Thrive)
Chico’s case is a part 1 expose.