Reversal and Remand in Favor of Subject Matter Jurisdiction
US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Joni Faith Saloom (Individually and also for Julian Jacob Worrell of Genealogy Saloom, her property) v. Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (sued in Individual and official capacity), Commissioner John J. Specia, Jr. (in Individual and Official capacity), Cheryl Harvick, CPS Program Supervisor, Brazoria County, TX (sued in Individual and Official Capacity), Lesly Damian-Murray, CPS Caseworker or Investigator, Brazoria County (sued in Individual and Official Capacity), Karen Coblentz, CPS Program Director, Brazoria County (sued in Individual and Official Capacity), Sergeant William Lilly, Special Investigations, Crimes Against Children Unit, Harris County, TX (sued in Individual and Official Capacity), Officer Paul Elton, Pearland Police Officer (sued in Individual and Official Capacity), City of Pearland (in Brazoria County) (sued in Individual and Official Capacity); DOES # 1-50 (in Individual and Official Capacity)
Dedicated to Julian Jacob Worrell of Genealogy Saloom with Unconditional, Eternal Love, Your Real Mommy, Joni Faith Saloom, Missing You Every Second…Mommy if fighting, Sweetheart, and someday you will know that–I didn’t leave you or abandon you. I wait for you to come home when you are free to love your Mommy and your Daddy. I am so proud of you (all Glory goes to God). I would give anything but my soul to be with you. Let this be an example that education can be the airplane by which one may transcend any circumstances in life given the goal-setting and planning time, self-motivation, determination, self-discipline, and skill set. Keep your eye on the prize and stay focused. Let no one deter you from your course save for Almighty God, which will frequently happen if you are on one of his children not of this world, and my darling, you belong to God, and in this life right now, to Mommy. You came from my body. ” Faith, Love, Hope” (1 Corinthians 13).
“Invictus”–unconquerable, as in, our “unconquerable” souls (poem by William Ernest Henley)