She wants to go home and it's high time the kidnappers at Boston DCF were forced to let her go. This child is a hostage. Where are the FBI swat teams when you need them? Instead of defending Justina, law enforcement and the courts have backed up a rogue child services organization. They should all be sued for denying her the right to an education, the right to practice her religion, and for unjust imprisonment. If you haven't signed the Free Justina Petition go here.
One of the scariest things about what's happened to Justina is that it can happen to anyone. Child Services around the country are kidnapping kids based on anonymous tips from vindictive neighbors or on spurious and vague charges of emotional neglect or emotional abuse. It's not just happening in the U.S. Check out this U.K. article lamenting that, "Evidence is accumulating on all sides to show that far too many children are now being removed from their parents wholly unnecessarily, often for laughably inadequate, even absurd, reasons." And here's an article about a Texas family with two biological and eleven adopted children who were considered "too strict." The children were returned to the family after a few days, but they had the financial means to fight. How many families do?