Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Here's what we are up against...hint.... and what actions are available....

I recently learned that Peter and Jo have been very active in their false allegations. This is an extremely important post in that those of you up against a sociopath need to be prepared for false allegations of child abuse and domestic violence. It WILL be prepared. They have no conscience so gloves are off and without consequence to children.

Intentional Tort & Emotional Distress

Posted August 10, 2011.

Over 86% of separated mothers fight for custody and control in court by falsely alleging abuse of herself, or more commonly the children, by the father. After 30 years of parental alienation, some fathers have decidedly taking legal action to combat these false allegations of abuse against their children and the emotional and financial distresses incurred by the father.
Studies have shown that extended exposure to alienation leads children susceptible to criminal and drug activity in their teens, with low degraded self-esteems, and eventually loathe themselves and suffer from depression and anxiety as adults. After more then 30 years of social studies on this problem, our legislature in the State of Florida have recently (in 2008) enacted laws to protect children and parents from parental alienation. They have enacted laws that pronounce both parents as equals and encourage our courts to encourage the parents to amicable parenting plans that include equal-time sharing of the children.
THE FLORIDA BAR JOURNAL, VOL. 73, No. 3, MARCH 1999, p 44-48
Parental Alienation Syndrome:

How to Detect It and What to Do About It

 by J. Michael Bone and Michael R. Walsh

Maryland Dad Gets $852K Judgment for Ex-Wife's False Allegations

"As is so often the case with emotionally-charged claims of child sexual abuse, mere findings of innocence were insufficient to shield Darryl Ginyard from its many adverse effects. For example, for months at a time after each new allegation, he lost custody of his children."A jury awarded a Maryland man $852,000 due to the ex-wife's false allegations of child sexual abuse.

There are many forms of conduct that may be considered evidence of alienating behavior toward the other parent. Some examples of conduct that may be considered evidence of an attempt at parental alienation toward the other parent include:

[Jo, and her mother, meet all of the following]:

  • Disparaging and derogatory comments
  • Refusing to comply with court orders regarding custody and parenting time
  • Using the child to communicate hostile or negative messages to the other parent
  • i.e.  "I have nothing to say to you..." hang up
  • Making the child feel guilty for spending time with the other parent
  • Interrogating the child about what happened during time with the other parent
  • i.e."Yes, No, No that's not her (stepmother), No, Yes..." Jason says she uses real military interrogation techniques; asking the same question over and over again and for months.
  • Alleging false allegations of child abuse or neglect
  • i.e. Recently learned..."Many allegations..."
  • Providing false evidence of domestic violence

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