De facto judges, CPS and Family Court Staff workers are operating a state sanctioned kidnapping racket [RICO]. These predators operating under the color of law are kidnapping our children and seniors for money. They demoralize and destroy the developing mind of our children during their most tender years and our vulnerable parents during their twilight years turning the beginning and end of their lives into nightmares, leaving shattered and distraught families in their wake.
Because our elected and appointed servants refuse to protect and champion our most precious and hallowed resource, our children, We the People through the Unified United States Common Law Grand Jury will champion this holy cause with a relentless determination to bring justice upon these wicked stewards. We Promise!
We are a proactive group with the tenacity and motivation to stop these criminals that have seized our courts. It you have an issue with CPS, APS, Family Court and Juvenile Court and you like to join our class action suit and help stop the destruction of our children and families contact an intake receptionists below and begin the process. Let the receptionist know if you can volunteer time to help this cause.
There are many proponents of the Fathers Rights Movement that profess a belief in the teachings and sayings of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King. Yet when you delve into their knowledge of the practices of Gandhi and King you find that they have only scratched the surface when studying the methods of these two leaders. Gandhi set forth a very specific template of actions in order persuade the British to leave India. Despite the fact that he made incredibly moving speeches to persuade his opponents it was the actions of his followers that drove his point home. Gandhi believed that if he could not persuade you he would find someone else that could. This was achieved by the economic boycott of the British monopolies on salt and cloth. Gandhi didn’t hesitate to put thousands of Englishmen out of work. It was the discontent of these out of work Englishmen that convinced the British Government to concede defeat.
It should be evident to anyone the value of these agricultural commodities to each state. California reaps over $1 billion a year from its wine industry. Florida spends millions promoting orange juice and tourism. Yet neither state gives a damn about the rights of a divorced father! In keeping with the boycotts of British salt, cloth, the Birmingham bus companies and the white own businesses of the segregated South we are instituting a worldwide boycott of Florida Orange Juice, California Wine and their Theme Parks.
If these states are prepared to ignore the voices of so many disenfranchised fathers then they will surely listen to the complaints and pain of their growers and corporate theme park owners.So join us as we spread the pain and suffering of our Children and Fathers across the entire States of Florida and California. Remember once these states fall and grant Fathers’ Equal Rights and Equal Custody this boycott will be shifted to other deserving states such as Vermont, Michigan, Minnesota, Virginia and the many other states that turn their backs on the Rights of Fathers and the Happiness of our Children.
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Parental Alienation Syndrome: How to Detect It and What to Do About It
by J. Michael Bone and Michael R. Walsh
FLORIDA BAR JOURNAL, VOL. 73, No. 3, MARCH 1999, p 44-48
Although parental alienation syndrome (PAS) is a familiar term, there is still a great deal of confusion and unclarity about its nature, dimensions, and, therefore, its detection.(1) Its presence, however, is unmistakable. In a longitudinal study of 700 “high conflict” divorce cases followed over 12 years, it was concluded that elements of PAS are present in the vast majority of the samples.(2) Diagnosis of PAS is reserved for mental health professionals who come to the court in the form of expert witnesses. Diagnostic hallmarks usually are couched in clinical terms that remain vague and open to interpretation and, therefore. susceptible to argument pro and con by opposing experts. The phenomenon of one parent turning the child against the…
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