The “success” of force reunification

Posted on Dec 11, 2015 in Feature, #Believer, The Quincy Solution 

By Hope Loudon, first published in The Huffington Post

This summer, Judge Gorcyca shocked the world when she berated the Tsimhoni children (ages 9, 10, and 14), compared them to the disciples of Charles Manson, and sent them to juvenile detention for refusing to see their father who they claim is abusive. As the public attention span dwindled, Gorcyca placed a gag order on the parties involved and ordered the children to “reunification therapy” using a questionable protocol conducted by an uncertified individual (as I discussed in this article). Media proclaimed that the children were “successfully reunited” with their father, but evidence now exists that shows that nothing could be further from the truth.

According to the redacted exhibits offered to support the recent motions filed by the mother, Maya Tsimhoni, the children were severely distraught when taken to fulfill the “reunification therapy” protocol. When informed that their father was there to meet them, their response was “obvious signs of outward emotional distress i.e. crying, dry heaving, balling into the corner etc.” The young daughter was so inconsolable that she was removed from her siblings until she fell asleep on the floor.

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