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A fathers plea for help: I LOVE My Daughter!

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Family Law Court discriminates against Men as cargivers You have always been a voice for those who need it, there are millions of families being torn apart by the Family Law Court System.. PLEASE HELP.

I am a father. Not a deadbeat, not a coward, not a man that runs away from being a father, or a deserter of my own flesh and blood.Not a sperm donor or a court appointed ATM, but a Father in the purest form of the word.And while choosy “Moms choose Jif”, I sit, at 3:05 am holding the hot hands of a sick 7 year old princess.But that’s my job. Because I am a father. I would speak to my daughter while she was in utero. She would respond with little kicks and from the womb.. we interacted, and hadn’t even seen each other yet..When you immediately accept that, even before your child takes its first breath, you are already a Father you immediately begin to bond with your child.The Family Law court system as a whole, and it’s Judges destroy the lives of children and inturn entire families by violating a Father’s right to Due process and equal protection under the law..But we’ve known that for decades..Anyone that thinks or believes that there is Due process for fathers in the Family Law Court system should be placed in a padded room and heavily sedated..Why is it ok for Fathers to miss their children? Why is it ok for a Father to be sick and wrapped in worry?Why is it permissible for “Non Custodial” parents to start legal proceedings at an immediate disadvantage?Why is there no legislation in place to safeguard Fathers that are being swept in amid the men that make us all look bad? We are judged before the first hearing.It physically hurts on days I don’t have my daughter with me. “Depression hurts” as the commercial for anti-depressants says right?Ask yourself, what parent wouldn’t be stressed sleepless concerned about their child? Therefore forcing time away from a parent and child would reasonably cause a great deal of stress and worry.. to truly say the least.. But the Family Law Court its Judges, are far from reasonable.Now, just imagine that you’re sitting at your desk at work, and two armed Sheriffs approach the receptionist’s desk, then your intercom buzzes, and you are then summoned to the front desk.The Sheriff asks you for your name, And then politely informs you that you have beenserved with child support papers…and that’s just the beginning..Keep in mind that you are the same father that went through the entire pregnancy, CPR classes, ultrasounds, the Birth, ya know, Dad stuff.. For the record, ( a sidebar really, ) Any man that has stood side by side, each day and night for nine months with a hormonal, morning noon and night vomiting, habitual mood swinger knows that Fathers don’t exactly have it easy during a nine month pregnancy either..Weather you are an amazing Father, or a deadbeat looser, Family Law Court will filter your life through Hell all the same..I am a Father.. With no criminal record, never been arrested, no history of violence, domestic or other.. At what point did I ask to be Non-Custodial.?There is nothing “Non-Custodial” about me.. I have never needed a court order to care for my Daughter.. Since when have I not been a Father? I clinch my fist and grit my teeth while, the very system set in place to protect our familiesNot only fatally fails, but spits in my face and violates my rights.

“There is no system ever devised by mankind that is guaranteed to rip husband and wife or father, mother and child apart so bitterly than our present Family Court System.” -Judge Brian Lindsay Retired Supreme Court Judge, New York , New York

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    • David William Farmer Oh wow this says it all Darby and one of the most powerful testimonies I have seen in my 8 years of campaigning/involvement with the global family justice system. May I use this in full iincluding your picture in a future blog?

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    • Darby Jay Yes. And thank you. We are all in this fight together! Fight for your families, never give up

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    • David William Farmer Sir, I hope I will do you and your family proud Best wishes Davey!

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    • Darby Jay Same to you David! Thank-you very much

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    • Dawn E. Worswick I am putting this in my blog!

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February 15, 2012 at 8:23 pm

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My plea letter to Rick Santorum about CPS child abuse!

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Hello Rick!


I wanted to ask you, will you take a stand against criminals in CPS that removes children from families for the sake of money and abuse? Diane Sawyer, Nancy Shaefer (who we believed was murdered bringing this truth to light), and numerous other advocates and news stations have exposed the corruptions and abuses of CPS. I will VOTE for you and so will THOUSANDS of parents if you take a stand against criminals in CPS! 
http://www.parentalrights.org
http://www.overruledmovie.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TcDTJlPWbE  (Nancy Shaefer’s speech against the criminal CPS system)
I am a survivor of child sex trafficking VIA CPS LA CA  http://www.examiner.com/human-rights-in-national/a-child-trafficking-survivor-publishes-a-book-to-fight-against-human-trafficking-the-u-s  My story here!
PLEASE! If you are for the family, this issue MUST be on your plate. You have thousands who are willing to help, all you have to DO is ask! Please! Children are suffering at the hands of CPS criminals, judges, doctors, lawyers, and their constituents! My story is but one, there are thousands! Diane Sawyer’s piece on the criminal medical neglect of America’s foster care children by over drugging and meditating is proof yet CPS agencies nationwide continue to abuse children in this way every single day by forcing and threatening parents and children into these dangerous situations. They refuse to do what is right and continue to endanger, abuse, and harm children and their families. After my rapes for four years as a child, I endured medical abuse. I was on four to six dangerous drugs at a time and tied down to a bed to shut me up about the criminals who abused me…. IS this really what America is about???? Because if it is, it’s sick.
I have tried to get others on our side…. No one wants to help these kids. Maybe you can do a better job of getting change done. In the meantime, the porn industry is using children for sex and serving pedophiles in the government… You are against porn, you should be against CPS criminals… they are one in the same people who run it… I know I served them sexually for four years as a child.
Thanks for the listen!
My blog:  https://fightcorruptedfamilycourtsandcps.wordpress.com/2012/02/15/another-oklahoma-lawsuit-pays-300000-to-settle-federal-lawsuit-against-dhs-for-negligence/Dawn E. Worswick 

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February 15, 2012 at 8:08 pm

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Rick Santorum Will Be Enforcing laws against illegal pornography If Elected President!

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http://www.ricksantorum.com/enforcing-laws-against-illegal-pornography

 

America is suffering a pandemic of harm from pornography.  A wealth of research is now available demonstrating that pornography causes profound brain changes in both children and adults, resulting in widespread negative consequences. Addiction to pornography is now common for adults and even for some children. The average age of first exposure to hard-core, Internet pornography is now 11. Pornography is toxic to marriages and relationships. It contributes to misogyny and violence against women.  It is a contributing factor to prostitution and sex trafficking.

Every family must now be concerned about the harm from pornography. As a parent, I am concerned about the widespread distribution of illegal obscene pornography and its profound effects on our culture.

For many decades, the American public has actively petitioned the United States Congress for laws prohibiting distribution of hard-core adult pornography.

Congress has responded.  Current federal “obscenity” laws prohibit distribution of hardcore (obscene) pornography on the Internet, on cable/satellite TV, on hotel/motel TV, in retail shops and through the mail or by common carrier. Rick Santorum believes that federal obscenity laws should be vigorously enforced.  “If elected President, I will appoint an Attorney General who will do so.”

The Obama Administration has turned a blind eye to those who wish to preserve our culture from the scourge of pornography and has refused to enforce obscenity laws. While the Obama Department of Justice seems to favor pornographers over children and families, that will change under a Santorum Administration.

I proudly support the efforts of the War on Illegal Pornography Coalition that has tirelessly fought to get federal obscenity laws enforced.  That coalition is composed of 120 national, state, and local groups, including Morality in Media, Family Research Council, Focus on the Family, American Family Association, Cornerstone Family Council of New Hampshire, Pennsylvania Family Institute, Concerned Women for America, The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, and a host of other groups.  Together we will prevail.

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February 15, 2012 at 7:11 pm

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Another Oklahoma lawsuit pays $300,000 to settle federal lawsuit against DHS for negligence

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Oklahoma pays $300,000 to settle federal lawsuit against DHS

Misty Lynn Williams spent almost 14 months in Sequoyah County jail in Sallisaw to keep secret her daughter’s location. She said she was protecting daughter from being molested.

BY NOLAN CLAY nclay@opubco.com    Comment on this article 65

Published: February 13, 2012

 

The state of Oklahoma has paid $300,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a mother who hid her young girl after DHS workers rejected her concerns the girl had been molested.

 

photo - Misty Lynn Williams  Shown in jail clothes in July 2005.

Misty Lynn Williams Shown in jail clothes in July 2005.

Settling DHS lawsuits

In the past three months, the state has paid almost $1 million to settle lawsuits involving the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, records show.

In November, the state paid $600,000 of the $1.1 million settlement that went to a young man who was sexually molested at a foster home. In 2006, the victim — then 15 — was molested by his foster father and the foster father’s live-in lover in Oklahoma City. He sued DHS and Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health System, which was hired by DHS to find foster parents.

In December, the state paid $92,500 to settle a lawsuit that blamed DHS for a boy’s death. Eli Kevin Johnson, 3, was murdered in 2009 by his mother’s boyfriend in Oklahoma City. The boy’s father alleged DHS did not do enough to protect Eli after he reported the boy had been abused in 2008.

In January, the state paid $300,000 to settle Misty Lynn Williams’ lawsuit against DHS workers and a former judge.

Misty Lynn Williams spent almost 14 months in the Sequoyah County jail in Sallisaw to keep secret her daughter’s location.

The unusual case attracted national attention — at first while the mother and girl were missing and then after the mother went to jail for refusing to reveal the girl’s whereabouts.

The mother, who grew up in Muldrow, said in a jail interview in 2005 that she was protecting her girl from further sexual abuse. “I would sit here until I die if I have to,” she told The Oklahoman in 2005.

“It was a long time but it was worth it,” Williams, now 33, said in December of her jail stay.

She and her daughter now live together in Van Buren, Ark. Her ex-husband — the girl’s father — has given up his parental rights. The girl is now 13.

A federal judge in Oklahoma City on Dec. 21 approved the $300,000 payment from the state on behalf of the Department of Human Services, its employees and former employees and on behalf of retired Associate District Judge A.J. Henshaw.

The settlement was split three ways — $100,000 to the mother, $100,000 to her attorney and $100,000 to a trust for her daughter.

DHS and the retired judge did not admit to any liability in agreeing to settle. Officials decided settling the federal lawsuit would be less costly than continuing to fight it, particularly since a key witness, a retired DHS worker, lost her memory of events after a stroke.

The mother alleged the girl’s father and other relatives molested the girl. She alleged doctors in 2002 found the girl, then 4, had genital warts, which is often a sexually transmitted disease.

 

photo - Misty Lynn Williams  Shown in jail clothes in July 2005.

Misty Lynn Williams Shown in jail clothes in July 2005.

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Settling DHS lawsuits

In the past three months, the state has paid almost $1 million to settle lawsuits involving the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, records show.

In November, the state paid $600,000 of the $1.1 million settlement that went to a young man who was sexually molested at a foster home. In 2006, the victim — then 15 — was molested by his foster father and the foster father’s live-in lover in Oklahoma City. He sued DHS and Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health System, which was hired by DHS to find foster parents.

In December, the state paid $92,500 to settle a lawsuit that blamed DHS for a boy’s death. Eli Kevin Johnson, 3, was murdered in 2009 by his mother’s boyfriend in Oklahoma City. The boy’s father alleged DHS did not do enough to protect Eli after he reported the boy had been abused in 2008.

In January, the state paid $300,000 to settle Misty Lynn Williams’ lawsuit against DHS workers and a former judge.

The father denied molesting the girl. His attorney, Monte Johnson, in 2005 called the sexual abuse allegation “pure fabrication.” The attorney last week declined to comment further.

After her divorce was final in October 2002, the mother fled with the girl. They left because the judge ruled her ex-husband could have overnight visits with the girl.

They ended up in 2003 in Texas.

While missing, the mother was charged in Oklahoma with a felony, child abuse. Based on a DHS worker’s statement, prosecutors alleged the mother abused her daughter by subjecting the girl “to unwarranted sexual abuse examinations on multiple occasions.”

DHS workers suggested the mother had a mental illness, Munchausen syndrome by proxy.

A parent with the unusual mental condition will make a child sick or try to mislead others into believing the child is sick for the attention.

Williams was arrested in Texas in October 2004 while leaving church. Her daughter was not with her. Because she feared she was about to be arrested, she had arranged for the girl to be cared for by others.

The child abuse charge was dropped in July 2005. But the mother was held in Sequoyah County jail until December 2005 for contempt of court. She was released after providing information about her daughter. The girl was found shortly afterward living with a couple in Texas.

The girl was returned to Oklahoma. Since then, she has lived with her father, in foster homes and with her mother.

The mother filed two federal lawsuits, dismissing the first in November 2009 shortly before trial. In the second lawsuit, she made several accusations. The second lawsuit originally named 26 defendants including then-Gov. Brad Henry and DHS Director Howard Hendrick.

Her chief accusation was that a rogue DHS worker covered up evidence of her daughter’s molestation because the worker was friends with her ex-husband’s influential family. She alleged the worker told a counselor, “They’re just trying to frame an innocent man.”

She alleged the DHS worker manufactured evidence she was mentally ill. She alleged others tried to cover up the misconduct and later retaliated against her because of the negative publicity.

An oversight state agency, the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth, at one point issued a confidential report critical of how DHS initially investigated the case.

The mother’s attorney, Ty Clevenger of Texas, said last week, “I get angry just thinking about this stuff.”

Read more: http://newsok.com/oklahoma-pays-300000-to-settle-federal-lawsuit-against-dhs/article/3648520#ixzz1mTdM6wki

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February 15, 2012 at 6:38 pm

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Damon’s List is an International List of Family Court Officials who take children away from loving, protective parents

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Damon’s List is an International List of Family Court Officials who take children away from loving, protective parents and coerce them to live with abusive parents. http://www.damonslist.org/

http://www.damonslist.org/

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February 7, 2012 at 7:11 pm

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State police will investigate CASA

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http://www.courier-journal.com/article/20120204/NEWS01/302040048/advocates-death-investigation?odyssey=tab%7Ctopnews%7Ctext%7CHome

 

Youth advocate agency seeks state investigation in wake of director’s death

State police will investigate CASA

10:18 PM, Feb. 4, 2012  |
Written by
Deborah Yetter
The Courier-Journal

A top official with Kentucky’s Court Appointed Special Advocates program has asked Kentucky State Police to investigate operations of the program that serves abused and neglected children in thecourt system.

The request comes just two weeks after the death of Executive Director Alex Blevins, 31, who was found dead in his car Jan. 22 near Elk Creek Lake east of Salem, Ind., where he lived.

The Washington County, Ind., coroner said the death was considered an apparent suicide.

Addia Wuchner, president of the CASA board, said she asked state police special investigations to handle the case and the agency has agreed. She said the CASA executive board supported the decision.

Wuchner, a Republican state representative from Burlington, declined to say why she asked state police to get involved.

“Obviously there were some areas of concern,” she said.

Wuchner said following Blevins’ “tragic death” the CASA executive committee wants to ensure the agency is on sound footing as it plans for the future. The agency will hold its annual meeting in Frankfort on Friday.

CASA, which assigns trained volunteers to represent children in the state’s family courtsystem, operates in Jefferson County and 18 other regions of the state.

It receives no state money and its annual budget of about $227,000 comes from fundraising and private donations.

Blevins served as CASA director for seven years and was considered a tireless advocate for the program.

Reporter Deborah Yetter can be reached at (502) 582-4228.

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February 7, 2012 at 7:03 pm

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University of Southampton to scrap social work courses

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/healthcare-network/2012/jan/06/southampton-university-social-work-studies?fb=native&CMP=FBCNETTXT9038

University of Southampton to scrap social work courses

MSc programmes face the axe as university cites lack of ‘internationally excellent research’ in social work studies

Sade Laja · guardian.co.uk

The closure would happen once current students have completed their respective courses, most likely the summer of 2013. Photograph: Justin Ouellette/Getty ImagesThe closure would happen once current students have completed their respective courses, most likely the summer of 2013. Photograph: Justin Ouellette/Getty Images

The University of Southampton has launched a consultation on plans to close two postgraduate social care programmes.

In a letter to stakeholders, professor Judith Petts, dean of the faculty of social and human sciences, says that following a three-year review and analysis of the department, the university is considering to stop offering MSc in social work and MSc in professional studies because it cannot meet its “overall strategic commitment in this area”.

“This would occur when our current students have completed their studies,” Petts writes.

“Southampton is committed to ensuring that internationally excellent research can be found in all our academic disciplines, and that our teaching is strongly informed by this research.

“We are therefore channelling our resources into the university’s greatest research strengths and reviewing activities within our portfolio of programmes that align with these strategic objectives.”

A spokesman for the university said the consultation was taking place as the quality of the research being produced by the university was not of a high enough level to sustain the courses. It said it had not been able to reach a position where it could ensure that “internationally excellent research can be found in this academic discipline”.

A blog has been set up to provide information for those wishing to respond to the consultation, which will run until 1 February. Responses to the consultation will then be summarised and a report taken to the university’s executive group. A final decision on the future of the programmes will be announced on 29 February.

If agreed, the closure would happen once the current students have completed their respective courses, most likely to be in the summer of 2013.

Clare Parkinson, a respondent to the university’s blog, describes the proposed decision to close the programmes as a “blow to the profession”.

“The innovative approaches of specialist social work academics at Southampton make a significant contribution to the teaching, practice and research developments in social work, especially in the area of reflective and relationship based social work practice and interprofessional practice,” she says in her comments.

Fran Fuller, chair of the British Association of Social Workers, said that it was following the development “with concern” and hopes that it is not becoming a trend.

“While admittedly there is currently a surplus of social work graduates, which has led to difficulties with them gaining employment as newly qualified social workers; rather than scrapping these degrees, the numbers of students on all courses should be capped so that students get quality tuition and a valuable experience. This would also help to manage the issue of placement shortages,” Fuller said.

“Social work programmes make a strong contribution to university life as they offer opportunities for people without conventional academic backgrounds to engage with university study and to become qualified professionals. This is an opportunity that people local to Southampton may miss out on now.”

In December there were reports that the government was planning to cut social work education grant in 2012-13 by 18%. However, the government has not yet confirmed or denied this.

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February 3, 2012 at 5:18 pm

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