Using modern recording methods can sometimes prove a lifeline in proving the truth when combatting officialdom.
After this site revealed that law firms and councils coerced parents into signing illegal documents forcing them to give up their right to record child welfare meetings, a new poll asking parents why they choose to record offers a shock revelation.
The poll, created on Facebook yesterday, asked parents who were going through the family courts whether they had recorded a communication during their case, and if they had, what the reason was for making that recording. The poll initially offered the following five responses:
- The professional seemed to have an agenda
- I wanted to be able to read/listen/ see it again at my own pace
- The professional had made errors in past reports/ communications
- The professional was breaking the law
- Other – please add your comment below
Facebook allows posters to add more options to its polls. A parent added the following sixth option to our poll, which went…
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