I cried watching today's show about children removed from their homes for months, parents accused of child abuse. That happened to my son and his family 5 years ago. They had a 2 year old and twins a month old. They were wonderful parents, bordering on overly cautious. The baby boy was congested, so they took him to the pediatrician who recommended a chest xray. The xray showed fractured ribs. They asked the parents to bring in the other children for xrays, which they did willingly because they had nothing to hide. Broken bones appeared on both of the babies, but not on the 2 year old. They removed all 3 children from the home. My son and his wife were questioned. They eventually had to hire separate attorneys, though they were never charged. Research was done by my son and he found out that there is a form of temporary brittle bone syndrome that can happen with multiple births and premature irths. The twins were born several weeks early. The children were out of their home for a year. They lost the first year of their babies lives, and the 2 year old was traumatized and insecure for a long time. After a year of court hearings, double attorney fees, lost time from work, the children were allowed to return to their mother on the condition that my son move out. After 3 months and multiple visits from childrens services, since there were no charges to be filed, he was allowed to move back. By that time so much damage had been done. They lost their home, had to file bankruptcy, and ultimately lost their marriage. There must be sufficient testing and researching done before taking such traumatizing steps.