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Out of fear that a parent might snatch them like they did the sibling? All thanks to a bias officer with out any orders in hand
In a word no. If there is violence or fear of such, contact DSS or your school resource officer.
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I agree. A thirteen year year old cannot emancipate. As suggested, you may wish to contact appropriate authorities so as to prevent any more disruption.
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