ATLANTA -- For most people, the news of 10-year-old Emani Moss's death was difficult to stomach. Within two months, two young children -- Moss and 12-year-old Eric Forbes -- died, allegedly at the hands of at least one biological parent.
* Emani's story
* Eric's story
In both cases, there had been multiple reports of abuse reported to DFCS.
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But for one viewer, the news was enough to bring her to tears.
She spent seven years as a DFCS worker and contacted 11Alive because she wanted to speak out about what she says happened during her time with the agency, 10 years ago.
The viewer, who asked to remain anonymous, says she spent nearly three of those years as a services secretary, inputting computer data on case reports and investigations.
In an interview with 11Alive's Blayne Alexander, she describes how she left DFCS because she was asked to input false information and close cases that had never actually been investigated.
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