Byline: Michael Smith, SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Recently, a home-schooling family had this experience with government officials. A 15-year-old home-schooled boy went to a police station and complained about his adoptive parents. The police and social services interviewed the boy about the restrictions his parents placed on him, including not being able to have a cell phone or a truck, and denying his request to attend public school.
In the end, all parties, including the boy, recognized that no crimes had been committed and that the matter should be dropped.
Unfortunately, it did not end here. An attorney for social services decided the …