- The Page’s first LA County social worker came forward during these accusations and testified on video that the Pages were a good foster family & did not hinder reunification, but instead went out of their way to help with reunification, eventually helping the child be placed with his biological relative. https://www.facebook.com/saveourlexi/videos/1708036516104178/
- There is no evidence that the Pages ever tried to prevent reunification – only the government can stop reunification efforts. As a matter of fact, there is no public evidence at all, because foster case documents are private and confidential (until an appellate level)—so any “authorities” quoted are either making it up or violating the laws which protect privacy and confidentiality.
- The Pages continue to speak to the biological relatives of their first placement to this date.
You cannot always trust everything you read. For example, in the first media story written about Lexi (which appears in Indian Country Network in 2014) the reporter claimed that the before their care for Lexi, the Pages had previously tried (and failed) to adopt another child. This was simply false. That false statement has turned into other false statements, such as the Pages had been involved in previous lawsuits to try to adopt children. It is sad that a reporter would write such lies. The question is, did the reporter fabricate them or was the reporter lied to by an “insider” on the case who claimed to have this information?