Saturday, August 29, 2009

Police: Convicted rapist fathered children with abducted woman hidden 18 years in CA backyard

Carl Probyn, 60, stepfather of Jaycee Lee Dugard who went missing in 1991, holds photos of his stepdaughter at his home in Orange, Calif., Thursday
Last update: August 28, 2009 - 6:59 AM
PLACERVILLE, Calif. - A little girl snatched on her way to school was kept hidden from the world behind a series of fences, sheds and tents for nearly two decades, even giving birth to her suspected abductor's children in the suburban backyard compound less than 200 miles from the home where she was taken.

Jaycee Lee Dugard, who was 11 when she was abducted from a South Lake Tahoe street in 1991, was taken directly to the house and sheltered from the world in a secret, leafy backyard, investigators said Thursday.

Her abductor, investigators said, raped her and fathered two children with her, the first when Jaycee was about 14. Those children, both girls now 11 and 15, also were kept hidden away in the backyard compound behind the Antioch home.

"None of the children have ever been to school, they've never been to a doctor," El Dorado County Undersheriff Fred Kollar said. "They were kept in complete isolation in this compound."

Even a parole agent who visited 58-year-old Phillip Garrido's home didn't have an inkling about the hidden compound, Kollar said. Garrido is a registered sex offender on federal parole for rape and kidnapping convictions.

"The way the house is set up, the way the backyard is set up, you could walk through the backyard, walk through the house, and never know," Kollar said.

But neighbors said there were clues even before a parole agent on Wednesday noticed Dugard, now 29, who accompanied Garrido, his wife and the children to a parole office.

Neighbor Diane Doty said she could see the tents and often heard children playing in the backyard, the corner of which abuts her own backyard. She said she even suspected the children lived in the tents, but her husband said she should leave the family alone.

"I asked my husband, 'Why is he living in tents?'" she said. "And he said, 'Maybe that is how they like to live.'"

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Monday, August 24, 2009

NEW EVIDENCE: Judges Are Told to be Impartial and Biased in All DCF Cases.

I received an email this morning from - CT.DCF.Watch. This email is well worth sharing- so here you go!

Download PDF file of ..

August 24, 2009
NEW EVIDENCE: Judges Are Told to be Impartial and Biased in All DCF Cases.

(In the judge's bench guide sited below, family judges are told to make a finding of abuse or neglect harming the parents and children even though no evidence was presented so DCF can get their federal funding. So judge's rulings are funding driven, not whether some one is guilty or not. When money determines the outcome of a case in favor of DCF, that's called corruption. DCF's funding should NEVER play a factor in a judges ruling. If the parent is innocent, the judge should rule as such. Judges are no longer impartial. Connecticut DCF Watch)


Parents nationwide have complained for decades that their families were destroyed and children seized by corrupt child protection agencies for no other reason than to obtain federal funds for State governments. They have been telling the truth all along. Clear evidence has been discovered documenting how organized crime methods and procedures are integrated into juvenile and family courts. This documentation has been assembled through the combined efforts of independent researchers in California, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, researchers for the American Family Rights Association, and document research conducted by THE SOCIOLOGY CENTER.
Instructions for shaping judicial child and family protection decisions to maximize child protection system federal fund claims have been documented in the CALIFORNIA JUDGES BENCHGUIDES: BENCHGUIDE 200: Juvenile Dependency Initial or Detention Hearing (2004). The instructions are scattered throughout the Benchguide emphasized by the label "Judicial Tip." One example states:

Page 100-13"JUDICIAL TIP: Failure to make this finding (of abuse or neglect) may cause permanent loss of federal funding for foster care. See discussion of other required findings in §100.36. The court may make this a temporary finding pending the continued detention hearing."

The full text of JUDGES BENCHGUIDES: BENCHGUIDE 200: Juvenile Dependency Initial or Detention Hearing is available at (35.1Mb)

A publication of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges titled RESOURCE GUIDELINES: Improving Court Practice in Child Abuse & Neglect Cases provides additional evidence that this represents national judicial policy and that strategies using juvenile and family judicial decisions to maximize child protection system federal fund revenue is a well known corrupting influence on the judicial system. Two example state:

Appendix C, Page 158, Note 1515. Two commentators summarize the barriers facing judicial oversight:

[T]he authority of judges in these matters is often limited; they do not have the power to order the agency to provide services to an individual. In some states, the courts will make a positive “reasonable efforts” determination regardless of agency efforts in order to ensure federal funding. Judges are not trained in matters over which the juvenile court has jurisdiction and, because of rotation schedules, remain in the assignment for a short period of time. Consequently, they do not acquire the experience needed to handle these sensitive cases. While judges in some localities make a good faith effort to determine whether adequate services have been offered to the family, in many localities a positive finding is merely a matter of checking a box on a preprinted form.

Susan Goodman and Joan Hurley, Reasonable Efforts:

Who Decides What’ s Reasonable? (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C.) 1993, at 8.

Appendix C, Note 110, Page 162110.

In many jurisdictions the trial judge must merely check a box on a preprinted court form to indicate that reasonable efforts were provided in the case. Shotton, supra end. 3. In some other jurisdictions the court order forms simply include a preprinted statement that reasonable efforts were made, thus making the finding possible without the judge’s even checking a box. Id., at 227. In some states, courts and agencies have taken a cynical approach, seeking to assure receipt of federal funding without the court taking a meaningful look at reasonable efforts. In such states, words indicating the agency has made reasonable efforts are preprinted into court order forms used when removal of a child is authorized, and laws are structured so a judge cannot authorize a foster placement without a positive finding of reasonable efforts. Hardin, supra end. 7, at 54.

The full text of RESOURCE GUIDELINES: Improving Court Practice in Child Abuse & Neglect Cases is available at (569.6Kb)

Six pages of examples cited from CALIFORNIA JUDGES BENCHGUIDES: BENCHGUIDE 200: Juvenile Dependency Initial or Detention Hearing and RESOURCE GUIDELINES: Improving Court Practice in Child Abuse & Neglect Cases are available at (167.2Kb) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Ironically, this email followed the one above-

Children's lives on the line in court system on the brink..

An Excerpt-

"Dependency court is in crisis, according to a lawsuit filed recently in federal court in Sacramento.

So many children are crowding the system that the lawyers who represent them and the referees who preside over cases cannot keep up, according to the suit. The result, it says, is that youngsters too often are left in limbo, in foster homes or other living arrangements, without
proper care and supervision and vulnerable to further abuse.

The system has become so dysfunctional, the suit says, that it is robbing youngsters of their constitutional and statutory rights to a fair hearing and "adequate and effective" legal representation."

Children's lives on the line in court system on the brink - Sacramento News - Local and Breaking Sacramento News Sacramento...

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Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Honoring Life Changes

Those that know me personally, know I've been going through some uncomfortable shit lately. Yeah more unomfortable that the norm- imagine that?

Anywho, I received this today from my daily OM and had to share - (link below)

The Wisdom of Fear

Anything worth doing will always have some fear attached to it. For example, having a baby, getting married, changing careers—all of these life changes can bring up deep fears. It helps to remember that this type of fear is good. It is your way of questioning whether you really want the new life these changes will bring. It is also a potent reminder that releasing and grieving the past is a necessary part of moving into the new.

Fear has a way of throwing us off balance, making us feel uncertain and insecure, but it is not meant to discourage us. Its purpose is to notify us that we are at the edge of our comfort zone, poised in between the old life and a new one. Whenever we face our fear, we overcome an inner obstacle and move into new and life-enhancing territory, both inside and out. The more we learn to respect and even welcome fear, the more we will be able to hear its wisdom, wisdom that will let us know that the time has come to move forward, or not. While comfort with fear is a contradiction in terms, we can learn to honor our fear, recognizing its arrival, listening to its intelligence, and respecting it as a harbinger of transformation. Indeed, it informs us that the change we are contemplating is significant, enabling us to approach it with the proper reverence.

You might wish to converse with your fear, plumbing its depths for a greater understanding of the change you are making. You could do this by sitting quietly in meditation and listening or by journaling. Writing down whatever comes up—your worries, your sadness, your excitement, your hopes—is a great way to learn about yourself through the vehicle of fear and to remember that fear almost always comes alongside anything worth doing in your life.

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Friday, August 14, 2009

Visitation Denied to Kidnapping Birth Mom

(CN) - A mother who gave her twins up for adoption and later kidnapped them during a visitation is not entitled to see the children again, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled.

Allison Quets used in vitro fertilization to become pregnant, using donated eggs and sperm. After the successful procedure, she looked into the possibility of giving her twins up for adoption.

After giving birth to Hannah and Tom in Florida, Quets arranged for them to be adopted by relatives of her 67-year-old boyfriend. The agreement called for limited visitation and communication between Quets and the twins.

Three days later, Quets tried to have the adoption revoked. She claimed that she had signed the document under duress. The adoptive parents, Kevin and Denise Needham, moved to terminate Quets' parental rights. The family court came up with a compromise that allowed Quets to have visitation.

Three days before Christmas 2006, Quets arrived for her visit with the Needhams, who live in North Carolina. She took the twins out of the United States.

Quets and the children were found in Canada four days after Christmas. The Needhams retrieved the twins, and Quets was charged with kidnapping. She was fined and placed on probation.

Quets sued to have the adoption invalidated, claiming that she was a victim of fraud. She also asked that her original open adoption agreement from Florida be enforced.

The trial court ruled that a parent who gives up a child for adoption lacks standing to sue for custody and visitation. The appeals court affirmed the decision, disagreeing with the Quets' assertion that the open adoption agreement gives her standing.

"Plaintiff lost her right to seek custody of or visitation with the children when she consented to their adoption," Judge Stroud wrote. "The open adoption agreement, being unenforceable in this state, was not sufficient to restore that right."

Quets received some relief when Stroud overturned the sanctions that the trial court imposed against her for bringing the lawsuit.

According to the court's 2008 decision in Herring v. Winston-Salem/Forsyth City Board of Education, "Rule 11 sanctions are inappropriate where the issue raised by a plaintiff's complaint is one of first impression."

Courthouse News Service

My two cents-

FAIR WARNING- My opinion isn't for those with virgin ears or eyes in this case.

Ok am I nuts or did anyone else catch the tiny fact that this woman had invitro fertilization?

Now call me an asshole if ya want but helloooo- this woman goes through invitro fertilization- to give the children up for adoption? No fuckin way!!!

THREE DAYS later (not years) she tries to have it revoked, Stating she was under duress.

That sounds like someone who most definitely WAS under severe duress to me!

That adoption would have been overturned before that woman's next breath if I were that judge!

I've been under the same duress with custody of my own children - those cockbags can and will put someone into a state of panic that you would give up your lungs if the gave you no way out- for the tiniest relief!

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Parent Alienation Syndrome- Stockholm Syndrome- Brainwashing and Cognitive dissonance!

As most of you know - I've been pretty busy writing my book -

Connecting The Dots: Abuse From Cradle to the Grave and Beyond!

I want every one of ya to buy it - so it's probably not in my best interest to share even this small amount of what I've learned.

Buuuut I have a heart and a dark sense of humor and boy oh boy a vulgar mouth! So those attributes alone will gitcha to buy the book.

With that said -

Alienated parents - this my friend is part of how those fuck-bags alienated our children!

May every one of 'em (alienators) ROT in eternal hell!

Cognitive dissonance - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cognitive Dissonance

cognitive dissonance - The Skeptic's Dictionary -

Hey - do any of my "professional" mental Health Expert followers wanna "Authenticate the book by becoming part of it after agreeing I have half a clue? Email me!! Otherwise it'll have to go out unchecked by a pro! Written dysfunctionally, with lots'a vulgarity and dark humor- topped off with a touch of fantasy!

(Shaking my head- can you say- Only you Louise-(while shaking your head)- Only you!)

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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Sue The County Not The Judge?

I received this email last night. It looked interesting so I've gotten permission to re-post from Joan (see end for more info)

I do have to say, I'm not a happy woman that this gentleman made this email gender specific, but it is what it is and I can't change that. With that in mind though.. this can be used by both the mother or father that's getting screwed in court.
From Anthony Moore, who has an active law suit similar to what he describes below;

To All:

Often a non-custodial father's civil rights under the Constitution of Georgia and under the Constitution of the United States are violated (i.e due process, equal protection, actual fraud, DNA fraud, etc.), but how many father [sic] sue in federal court?

If you feel your rights have been violated you should think about suing the County (not the judge) in the United States District Court.

Many of us fromer FAPT and GFLR members have decided to do just that. During the civil rights movement the way minorities got the freedom to exercise their civil rights was not just marches and protest but lawsuits in federal court. (See below)

The only way fathers are every going to be treated fairly if we sue, sue, sue in federal court!!!

Anthony Moore

In the 1960's, federal laws against racial segregation in restaurants, schools and hotels came into conflict with laws, policy, custom or regulations of some southern states which required separate accommodations for African-Americans and whites.

In Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 347 U.S. 483 (1954), the plaintiffs (Brown)
asserted that this system of racial separation provided perpetuated inferior accommodations, services, and treatment for black Americans.

The defendants (the Board of Education), while masquerading behind in the disguise of ‘best interest’ of the state, declared that these laws provided separate but relatively equal treatment of both white and black Americans. The United States Supreme Court declared that state
laws that established separate public schools for black and white students denied black children equal educational opportunities. The federal court ruled that separate educational facilities are
inherently unequal.

As a result, racial segregation was declared a violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. Based upon the decision in Brown
v. Board of Education of Topeka, supra a state, county, city or policymaker’s who makes rules, regulations, decision, policy, court orders or customs that are in conflict with federal laws, those acts are deemed invalid based on Article VI of the U.S. Constitution, the ‘Supremacy clause’, which provides that the constitution and the laws of the United States shall be the supreme law of the land.

"[T]he supremacy clause of the United States Constitution requires that all conflicts between federal and state law be resolved in favor of the federal rule".

A “[J]udge like other ‘elected county officials’, such as the sheriff and treasurer holds virtually absolute sway over the particular tasks or areas of responsibility entrusted to him by state statute and is accountable to no one other than the voters for his conduct therein.

Thus, at least in those areas which he, alone, is the final authority or ultimate repository of county power, his official conduct and decisions must necessarily be considered those of one whose edicts or acts may fairly be said to represent official policy for which the county may be held responsible under section 1983”. Lucas v. O'Loughlin, 831 F.2d 232 (11th Cir. 1987).;

Also see Parker v. Williams, 855 F.2d 763 (11th Cir. 1988).; "[A] county judge can be
considered a policymaker under 42 U.S.C.S. § 1983, provided he is the final authority or repository of county power”. Louise Boston v. Lafeyette County , Mississippi , 743 F. Supp. 462 (1990)..

see Owens v. Fulton County, 877 F.2d 947 (11th Cir. 1989) and Bryant v. Jones, 464 F.Supp.2d 1273 (N.D.Ga. 2006).

Joan T. Kloth-Zanard
Kloth Consulting
Consulting for Individuals, Families and Businesses

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Monday, August 10, 2009

Nancy Schaefer Goes To Amsterdam!

Eagle Forum of Georgia E-Newsletter Eagle Forum of Georgia

Nancy Schaefer goes to Amsterdam Nancy Schaefer

President of Eagle Forum of Georgia

Nancy SchaeferAugust 8, 2009




Nancy Schaefer, former Georgia State Senator, President of Eagle Forum of Georgia and Eagle Forum's National Chairman of Parents' Rights, is scheduled to speak at the World Congress of Families in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on the subject of "The Unlimited Power of Child Protective Services."

She will be explaining to over 4,000 attendees from some 60 countries how CPS is a threat to children and families not only in the U. S., but in many other countries that have patterned their Child Protective Services, Foster Care, Family Court and Adoption Services after the U.S. and supplied, with taxpayer dollars, the financial incentives to turn all Child Protective Services into a lucrative business.

Mrs. Schaefer will be on the cutting edge of how to take the family back from the "social gestapo" made up of judges, caseworkers, court appointed attorneys, investigators, guardian ad litems, psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, and more.

Nancy Schaefer will encourage immediate change to State and Federal policies and the abolishing of Federal and State financial incentives that use taxpayer dollars to separate families for money.

"The family is the natural foundation for marriage and home relationships. The family deserves and should always be protected by the state, the culture and by society."

Nancy Schaefer – August 2009

Please remember Nancy in your prayers as she travels to Amsterdam to tackle the hard and controversial issues of our day.

“Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord”

Psalm 33:12

Eagle Forum of Georgia

Phone: 706-754-8321



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My two cents- God I adore this woman- she is my hero!!

My wishes - That our own Senator Sampson join her in the rusade to stop the corruption caused by Federal Tax Dollars - YOUR MONEY PEOPLE!

Yep, that's right- your tax dollars are being used to destroy families!

Toddler found dead was in foster care

Two-year-old Jasmine Granados, whose body was found in an Athens house early Saturday, had been living in a foster home along with her mother, who was also a minor, L.A. County officials say.

By Molly Hennessy-Fiske and Ari Bloomekatz August 10, 2009

A 2-year-old girl who was found dead in Athens this weekend had been in foster care along with her mother, who is also a minor, authorities said Sunday.

The girl, who was identified as Jasmine Granados, was found after firefighters were summoned about 2:50 a.m. Saturday to a residence in the 1200 block of West 93rd Street. Officials with the Los Angeles County coroner's office said Sunday that an autopsy was pending.

Meanwhile, the circumstances of the girl's death remained murky.

County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, who spoke with officials from the Department of Children and Family Services and the Sheriff's Department, said Jasmine apparently had bruises and scratches on her, but it is not clear whether those injuries caused her death.

Ridley-Thomas said the girl was not at her foster home at the time of her death. He said it was unclear why the girl was at the 93rd Street home, or who else was present.

He added that several children were living there, and that they had been taken into protective custody after Jasmine's death.

Children and Family Services Director Trish Ploehn said Sunday that the situation was "unusual" and her agency did not know if abuse or neglect were involved in Jasmine's death. "I have a lot of people looking at it," she said. "We need more information from the coroner about cause of death."

If Jasmine's death proves to be the result of abuse or neglect, she would be the third child under the department's care to have died under such circumstances in a month.

This is "an extremely urgent matter for the board to deal with," Ridley-Thomas said.


Times staff writer Garrett Therolf contributed to this report.

Toddler found dead was in foster care - Los Angeles Times


4LAKids: Promises unkempt

2 Year Old Girl Found Dead, Abandoned at L.A. Home - KTLA

Family struggling after toddler death

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Sunday, August 9, 2009

An Open Letter

This morning I received this email. (below)

I have not seen any documents on this case. However I figured sine the person who sent it did not sign their name it would be safe to post without documentation.

I guess we can call it an Open Letter To Whom It May Concern, from an anonymous victim!

Dear Louise,

I sent my story to

Maybe you can put this on your web site also.

If you have any suggestions or can be of some help or even emotional support I would appreciate any help that you may know of.

To Whom it May Concern,

I see that Senator Coburn of Oklahoma is a part of your network. I sent him a email explaining what his state has done and is doing to me at this time. I guess he was not interested or receives so many emails he did not see mine, I never did get any response.

My father passed away last Sept 2008 in Oklahoma. I was my father's only child.

My father made me his power of attorney and made a Will leaving me everything.

About a month before he passed his second ex wife who has now been divorced from my father for 10 years heard he was dying and came to Oklahoma from Ohio, then tried to take custody of my father. The Courts ignored my fathers wishes. The power of Attorney my father made states that under no circumstance there would be a guardianship proceed and if their was his Son would always be his guardian. This was drafted by my Father's Attorneys.

That day in court the Judge took away my guardianship.

Six hours after the paper work was finalized my Father passed away.

The ex wife's attorneys said they were not interested in my Dad's body, only his money. To this day I have been in Court as she and her lawyers are trying to steal my inheritance.

I am spending my money on lawyers and am on disability.

His ex wife is not paying her lawyers one cent, I heard she worked out a deal with them whatever they can win for her they get 50%.

I have heard from my fathers friends that if she cannot have the money she will make sure his son cannot and it will be eaten up in court fees and lawyers.

Courts do not care.

I have found out that from one of her previous employers she was fired for theft.

I have found out her son is a convicted felon for robbery.

I have found out she has tried to sue other people to obtain cash settlements.

I have been told by everyone that has ever known her that what she did was all planned in an effort to get money from my father.

I am a joint tenant on my fathers house. The day after my father passed ex wife's attorneys got a restraining order and I cannot stay in own house or even use the car that I have full ownership of.

When I was about 7 years old my father had a brain tumor and had surgery. His short term memory was bad. He was not incompetent. He worked traveled etc...

My father's ex wife took advantage of this situation as I am hearing more and more from people about things that she and her son stole from my father thinking he would not notice.

There is no reason I should be in Court. I live in CA and my attorneys in my state said that what is happening is illegal in CA.

I guess courts in Oklahoma can do whatever they choose in that state.

I would think that if Senator Coburn cares about Parental rights and is a part of your organization, in the state of Oklahoma that this would interest him. My final days were stolen from me by this wonderful corrupt system of ours.

My Father worked his entire life never missed a day of work and the courts invaded his privacy making his last days chaotic and without peace.

Monday, August 3, 2009

New CoSponsors in the House - and Senate

New Co Sponsors in the House - and Senate!

This morning, in conjunction with Representative Hoekstra's office, we proudly sent out the following press release:Parental Rights Amendment Reaches 110 Co-SponsorsGrassroots Movement behind Effort to Ensure Parents’ Rights to Raise their Children.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / July 27, 2009 / Washington, D.C. –

A Constitutional Amendment to protect the parent-child relationship introduced by U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra, R-Michigan, has reached 110 co-sponsors in the House."More and more members of Congress are recognizing the threat from government and foreign interference into the parent-child relationship,"

Hoekstra said. "I encourage my colleagues to support the initiative by co-sponsoring the Parents’ Rights Amendment."The Parental Rights Amendment (H.J.Res.42) would state explicitly in the U.S. Constitution that parents have a fundamental right to raise their children as they see fit, while protecting against abuse and neglect. Threats to the parent-child relationship include potential Senate ratification of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child and the erosion of fundamental parental rights in our federal courts.

"Just about every member of Congress agrees with the legal principle that parents have the fundamental right to make decisions for the upbringing of their children," said Michael Farris, J.D., president of

"Because of international law and shifting judicial philosophies, the right is being steadily undermined. We now have 110 members of Congress with the foresight to say that we need to protect this long-standing right before the erosion goes too far.

We appreciate the leadership of Pete Hoekstra and the 109 other members of Congress who believe that it is important to secure the rights of American families for generations to come."

More information on the Parental Rights Amendment can be viewed at --

More Good NewsIn addition, we also received word that Senator Coburn of Oklahoma has signed on as a cosponsor of S.J. Res. 16, the Parental Rights Amendment in the Senate. This brings our total in the Senate to three (3) - a slow but important start.

While there is no way to track the direct effects of your calls and emails and our visits last week, it is safe to assume that at least some of these cosponsors would not have signed on before the summer break without this contact.

When we visited Congress last week, everyone we spoke to was already aware of the Amendment - a major change from just four months ago!

Our thanks and congratulations to you for your efforts to bring this vital issue to the attention of your Senators and Congressmen.

With help like yours, we will win!

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Sunday, August 2, 2009

The Gregory Mantell Show — Parental Alienation, Part 2

Because of the tremendous response to our first show on Parental Alienation, we take another look a year and a half later. Has there been a change in awareness by the courts or public? Plus, Ross Peterson and Lanie Adamson experienced the harm PA can cause firsthand.

Link Below for Video clip.

The Gregory Mantell Show — Parental Alienation, Part 2 « Parental Rights

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