The District's Lost Children
The District's Lost Children
First of four articles The decision sealed the fate of 2-month-old Wesley Lucas. D.C. social workers were assigned to protect Wesley from his neglectful mother, a crack addict. So they allowed the baby to stay with his mother's boyfriend. The 69-year-old man was dying of lung cancer, but the work...
 
Trying to Mend the 'Frayed Trust' : New Child Services Chief Tackles Job With No Guarantees of Success (Post, September 9, 2001, Page A18)
 
In Search of a Clear Conscience, Worker Left (Post, September 9, 2001, Page A18)
 
A Foster Girl Is Sent Away And Dies Alone: Child Protection Agency Failed To Watch Her in Delaware Facility (Post, September 10, 2001, Page A01)
 
For the Unwanted, Few Options : Disabled Children Placed in SE Foster Home in Violation of Rules (Post, September 10, 2001, Page A12)
 
A Child's Story (Post, September 10, 2001, Page A11)
 
Children's Stories (Post, September 10, 2001, Page A12)
 
Without Help, Frail Infants Died: Newborns Released to Troubled Mothers With Little D.C. Supervision (PC World, September 11, 2001; 12:03 AM)
 
Children's Stories (Post, September 11, 2001, Page A14)
 
Children's Stories (Post, September 11, 2001, Page A15)
 
A Home With No Electricity, No Hope: Premature, Drug-Exposed Baby Died in a Filthy, Dark SE Apartment (Post, September 11, 2001, Page A15)
 
A Child Endangered, Without a Lifeline: Mentally Ill Mother Threatened Her Son, but D.C. Police and Child Protection Agency Failed to Act (Post, September 12, 2001, Page B01)
 
Children's Stories (Post, September 12, 2001, Page B09)
 
Children's Stories (Post, September 12, 2001, Page B08)
 

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