This will not happen. I think your views are extreme in addition to the reality that this will not happen. For many years now the state of Texas has evolved in its attitudes toward keeping families intact while simultaneously providing in home services. This is actually the best scenario in that the parenting is literally witnessed, modified, and supported.
The state of Texas has come a long way, and in my opinion, does a wonderful job in the delivery of such needed interventions. The recidivism rate remains low, and its a win-win situation for everyone.(Including the taxpayer)It works, thats what matters.
I give credit to those who are due, and these state employees bust their butt and are very underpaid. El Paso btw, is one of the best for this.
Spoke through experience with a friend and his wife which
dealt with a child abuse case. The wife had a bad temper
and was guilty and the State took the child away and
placed the child in a foster home. In the meantime, they
forced the parents to parenting classes along with
anger management classes. Eventually the child was
returned. Here they got lucky with No charges being
filed and the return of their child.
Now what you talk about makes sense with the process of
what happens in child abuse cases & others. Btw they
even had a family member within this department.