75,000 people are dead because of the CMS, says campaigner Jamie
Jamie Evans is 36 and from Cheadle, Staffordshire. He was recently elected to the Town Council. He says the CSA and now CMS and all MPs involved need to be held accountable for what he describes as their crimes. Here he states his case.
I have been reading about the number of suicides caused by Parental Alienation and this prompted me to investigate the Child Support Agency and the now-Child Maintenance Service and this vile world our Government thinks is acceptable.
I know first-hand from speaking to a CMS ‘manager’ how they disrespect people in turmoil – their total disregard to people is sickening.
This organisation needs to close and each individual should be held accountable for the deaths of fathers, mothers, sons and daughters.
On the May 7 2019 I got a message about a man who had committed suicide and he blamed the Child Maintenance Service.
How sad that in this modern world people are left in absolute poverty – and the MPs who should work for us vote for benefit cuts and ending free school meals. Sorry, not directly related but this is what we have come to …
I have interrogated links I have been sent regarding suicides due to the Child Support Agency and now the Child Maintenance Service.
The question was asked in July 2018 by Lord Pearson of Rannoch regarding the deaths linked to the CSA and CMS from 2000, the answer by Baroness Boscombe will shock.
The data below – yes data – that’s what we are, shows:
From 2003 to 2017 there was 71,200 deaths linked to the CSA.
So, on average 5,085 people a year or 13 people a day took there lives due to the stress of the CSA over a 14 year period.
And from 2015 to 2017 3,500 people took there lives or 1750 or 4 a day due to the CMS.
In total 74700 people have taken their lives due to this organisation.
Any individual working for the CSA or CMS and DWP – and any MP linked to these organisations – need to be held accountable in court for these people and families.
A new Freedom of Information request needs to go in and MPs need to be asked an updated question – what are the latest figures.
A public enquiry needs to be held as soon as possible, before more suffer at these organised failures.