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We’ve spoken to a lot of parents on this program who have had themselves and their families victimized by Child Protective Services. We’ve talked to whistleblowers from CPS itself. But one group we haven’t heard from as much are the actual survivors of CPS: The children who are put through hell by the child-snatchers in our government.

Kajal Emmett is one of those survivors. Kajal was born in New Delhi, India, but at just 4 years old she was abandoned in the streets of the city. She was eventually picked up by a police officer and then placed in an Indian orphanage, where she was soon adopted by an American family. Or at least, that’s what Kajal’s understanding of events is, as she has almost no information on her family in India or how she came to be adopted in America.

After surviving abuse in her adopted family, she ended up in the foster care system at age 15, and stayed there until she aged out at 21. She was placed in the Elks Aidmore group home, a home that she says was “only doing it for the money.”

She saw all kinds of horrors within that group home. One of her roommates was a regular needle drug user. She saw girls getting pimped out into sex trafficking.

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Kajal Emmett survived all these obstacles though, and completed the entire Elks Aidmore program. She is currently in her final year of college, pursuing a degree in exercise science and wellness promotion.

Kajal Emmett joins us now.

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