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- Scotties have gone NUTS
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Category Archives: child abuse
Two judges of the AP high court denied a mom visitation rights because her daughter said that she did not want to see her mom’s face when she visited
let us not rejoice just because the dad was the winner here. The sad part is that the judiciary has once again asked a child to choose between her parents and not paid any heed to potential parental alienation
The right to a parent child relationship is a fundamental right that cannot be treated loosely. Hopefully newly formed NGO’s like CRISP will show the judiciary the correct path when it comes to making custody decisions
KUDOS TO THIS JUDGE FOR UNDERSTANDING PARENTAL ALIENATION AND ITS HARMFUL EFFECTS AND INTERVENING ACTIVELY TO MITIGATE THE DELETERIOUS EFFECTS OF PARENTAL ALIENATION. I WISH MORE JUDGES ALL OVER THE WORLD INCLUDING INDIA WOULD SEE THROUGH WHAT ALIENATING PARENTS DO
A 13-year-old Ontario boy whose domineering father systematically brainwashed him into hating his mother can be flown against his will to a U.S. facility that deprograms children who suffer from parental alienation, an Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled.
Mr. Justice James Turnbull ordered the boy – identified only as LS – into the custody of his mother. He said that the boy urgently needs professional intervention to reverse the father’s attempt to poison his mind toward his mother and, in all probability, to women in general.
SUPPORT? is a film that covers the everyday issues of stress, family, struggle, and suffering that families experience when put through the detrimental, winding maneuvers of the Family Court systems, which are flooded with more cases than the labor force can handle or chooses NOT to handle.
Finally, a shocking documentary that exposes the truth! Hear what experts say about how some have figured out how to make money by emphasizing on divorce and child support issues between men and women through court orders. Parents are made to pay exorbitant amounts of money in exchange for their CREDIT, HOMES, BANK ACCOUNTS, and even their FREEDOM!
Corruption “It’s Billions of Dollars – It’s Far Beyond What The Mafia Ever Did”
Its About The Kids “Parental Suicide Does Go Up Five Times For Fit Parents That Are Removed From Their Children”
Divorce Is Ugly Business “Every County in America and Every State in America is Financially Incentivized to Ruin Families”
War Is Hell – Child Support Doesn’t Have To Be! “They (Military Reservists) go off to war and they have been paying child support based on an income they are no longer making”
A woman who admitted drowning her year-old son in the family’s hot tub was found not guilty by reason of insanity Thursday by a criminal district judge.
However her husband faces a criminal charge of abandoning a child in the drowning death of their son, Alexander Maxon. Mr. Maxon was arrested last week for leaving his son and wife home alone June 30, 2006, even though Mrs. Maxon had recently tried to commit suicide and talked about being afraid that she’d harm the child.
Christopher Ratte, professor in the department of classics at the University of Michigan, was recently turned into a jailbird and had his son taken away from him, all in the name of protecting the child from the father. He had taken his 7-year-old son to a baseball game in Detroit and ordered him lemonade. What was served up was a “Mike’s Hard Lemonade,” which his son prepared to drink. Suddenly security arrived.
“You know this is an alcoholic beverage?” the security guard asked.
“You have got to be kidding,” responded the professor. And before the professor could examine the bottle, the guard snatched it away, and the boy was taken to the hospital where no traces of alcohol were found in him. The boy was then promptly put in foster care. It was two days before the mother, a professor of architecture, was allowed to take him home, and a full week before the father was allowed to come back into the home again.
This is the limits of the state getting involved in the family and playing with fire. To concede that the state can indeed solve social problems that cannot be corrected without the state, is to give up the entire argument over the future of liberty itself.
Children are often used as an excuse for the state to invade private lives under the guise of fixing social problems, read here for a critical analysis by Lew Rockwell
Japan is known for having virtually no established family law and no tradition of dual custody. Once a couple gets divorced, there is no concept of visitation rights. Children are generally assigned to one parent, never to have contact with the other parent.
Without faltering, judges continuously uphold the cultural imperative that it is in the child’s best interest to stay with whomever she or he is with at that moment. The status quo is protected as police don’t intervene on family matters and judges have no authority over enforcement.
Japan is not a signatory to the Hague convention