Dale Nathan 2002 Attorney General Campaign

From the Archives by Dale Nathan (2011).

Warren Limmer, Ron Latz, Dan Hall and Bill Ingebrigtsen are still on the Judiciary Committee today. See Seeking JusticeNo one gets to say they didn’t know and don’t think for a minute that we’re going to go  away. WE’RE NOT GOING AWAY!

Carver County Corruption

Carver County Takes Lead Position of Counties in US Showing Signs of Corruption

Informational Hearing for Judicial Reform MN

An informational hearing for judicial reform was held at the Minnesota State Capitol November 17th, 2011 at 9 am.

The issues on topic were:

The hearing began by reading the US Constitution. This hearing was video and audio recorded.

LINK TO VIDEOhttp://www.senate.leg.state.mn.us/media/media_video_popup.php?flv=cmte_jud_111711.flv    
(The link is no longer available and in searching further, this meeting is not on the MN Legislature Website)

The audience was large, it included numerous family members, parents and other public devastated by the corruption in our judicial system of Minnesota. The behavior of the judges present who attended from the Minnesota District Judges Association (MDJA) was not received well by those in the room. These judges sat out of the way of the video camera, yet the public sitting close to them witnessed haughty and arrogant behavior about numerous issues brought up during the hearing. When the mention of the `bribes` allowed for judges in Minnesota came up these two judges laughed, smirked and shook their heads. Their arrogance was insulting to the family members and those in the room that have had their children, families and entire lives ruined as a result of this very law. This law has devastated the state of MN more than the public is aware. For grown men who represent the judicial system of Minnesota at the State Capitol and behave this way during a hearing regarding such important issues in our courts today lacks professionalism, class and sensitivity.

During the hearing one of these judges from the MDJA sat front and center answering questions and defending the judicial system and the laws in place causing such horror in our courts. This particular judge was defending the `incumbent` mention on voter ballots. He defended this issue by stating the public needs to know who is currently holding seat as judge – and that is known to the public by the incumbent mention on the ballots. He also stated that the public can be made aware of a judge with a bad reputation – and by the incumbent being on the ballots – the public can know to not vote for that particular judge.

A Minnesota senator replied the obvious, `I will bring up a case in Carver County… a recent case…` The senator spoke of the case where a citizen in Carver County is being charged for a blog outing a particular judge`s behavior. The senator mentioned that it seems a judge will simply order his behavior to be removed from public view and charge money for it if it is not, so this argument presented today is not really the case, is it?

In response to the mention of the outrageous order from Carver County this judge replied, `I find that hard to believe`

About 5 minutes after this `unbelieving` judge got off the hot seat a gentleman nicely handed him the order signed by judge Richard Perkins from Carver County charging money for a blog. This unbelieving judge`s face flushed beet red. This same court order from Carver County removes legal and sole custody of small children from a loving mother – no law or reason supporting any ruling on the order.

Another one of Minnesota`s terrific senators stated during this hearing, `I respect the people more than I do our judicial system` This was a reality check as to why we were gathering: for the people. Not protection of a judicial system which is currently embarrassing the state of Minnesota.


Sen. Michael Jungbauer, Sen. Scott Newman and Sen. Dave Thompson really stepped up for the people of Minnesota.


All of this is appalling! Can I give you some suggestions though to help you spread the word more effectively? First, I would highly recommend setting up a Facebook page for this. You could still have this blog, but it’s easier to share this info via Facebook and keep people engaged with what is happening on this blog.

Second, when posting and reporting links to these series, you should change the title. I know you want the names of the people involved front and center in the title, but having a compelling title that describes what the article is about is more effective. You can put the names of the people involved in the article. I skipped over links for this blog several times because the title of the articles about Carver county, corruption, and judges didn’t seem to be something I cared about. On a whim, I clicked on one finally and realized what it was about. If the title of the pages that people link to are not descriptive like, “Minnesota children placed with sex offender parents, please help” aren’t used, people won’t care to click on the links to find out what the story is about. I think you’d reach more people and get more traction.

Carver County Corruption

Carver County Takes Lead Position of Counties in US Showing Signs of Corruption

Judge Victims, and their Children, Continue to Suffer

Posted on March 27, 2012

Legislators are not yet ready to enact legal reform that would make out-of-control judges and judicial officials (child protection workers, guardians ad litem, custody evaluators) accountable for their wrongdoing.

On March 23, 2012, Senator Ortman made a silly proposal – create a joint legislative commission that would hear complaints against judges and refer them to the Judicial Standards Board that has no power to do anything. If the Board fails to resolve the complaint, which it can’t resolve even if it wanted to, the matter would be referred to the legislature for impeachment of the judge (forget about judicial officials), which the legislature can do only if it is in session – about three or four months each year. It is worse than a silly proposal – it is stupid. But it will defer effective reform for several months while the proposal, which was “laid on the table” is studied. During this time, Lea will have no contact with her children and cannot protect them; Brad Kramer and his family will have no contact with his children; Kimberly Sperling will continue to hide in Canada ; Candelauria Aikin will continue to see her son bounced from South St. Paul to Apple Valley each week; and thousands of other Minnesota mothers and fathers will have to endure abuse of their children and themselves. These parents cannot continue to wait and should not be forced to.

The problem is lack of leadership and failure to offer bold and aggressive ideas for reform. Senator Ortman justifies her proposal on the basis that “most legislators do not understand the responsibility of the legislature for oversight of the judiciary and are afraid to act on these issues.” She also says that our bills are dead for this legislative session and will not be getting a hearing before Sen Limmer’s judiciary committee. So the real problem is lack of leadership from Senators Ortman and Limmer and the republican leadership. This is not acceptable. Senators Ortman and Limmer should be defeated. Even democratic replacements would be better because that would remove Ortman and Limmer from the judiciary committee.

Judges soon will be asking for tens of millions of dollars, including additional millions of dollars the state doesn’t have, to fund their operations, even though they waste millions of dollars on hearings they don’t need and that abuse thousands of parents and children. Deny the judges new funds and force them to simplify and economize and practice cost-effectiveness like the rest of Minnesota.

Dale C. NATHAN ObituaryDale C. NATHAN    1934 – 2016

Age 81, of Eagan, MN passed on April 9, 2016 after a rewarding life helping many children and families pursue happy and productive lives. Dale was born on July 4, 1934 in Louisville, KY, the first child of Albert and Tobie Nathan. He was a protective and loving brother to Barb Liebschutz of St. Louis, MO and Audrey Weinstein of Buffalo Grove, IL. He was a loving father to Chris-Ann Wilkoske. Dale earned a BS in Political Science and Psychology and a Bachelor of Law Degree from the University of Kentucky. He then worked as an Administrative Assistant, Contracts Administrator and Contracts Manager for the City of Louisville, Kentucky. Dale had a distinguished military career, serving as U.S. Army Medical Reserve during the Korean War. In 1965 Dale moved to Minnesota to accept a position as General Counsel for the Sperry Univac Division of the Sperry Rand Corporation, where he served for 13 years. In addition to this position, Dale served as Adjunct Professor and Co-Director of the Government Contracts Program at the University of St. Thomas Graduate School of Business, as well as teaching for 10 years at the Religions of the World Temple Israel and Temple of Aaron. Dale’s illustrious career includes being admitted to the Minnesota state and federal courts, the United States Supreme Court and the United States Court of Federal Claims. Dale served as President of the National Contract Management Association, and was part of a historic cultural exchange mission during the 1989 Tanananian Square Massacre. He worked as law editor of the United States Bureau of National Affairs, and provided more than 30 years tireless service as a volunteer attorney for Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services. Dale was active politically, acting as Chair of the Independence Party Platform Committee and a member of the party’s Executive Council. Dale served as a foster parent for many years, fostering numerous children. He will be missed by them, as well as his nieces and nephews that remember him fondly. Graveside Service 10:00 A.M. Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at TEMPLE OF AARON CEMETERY 1690 Dale St. Roseville. Donations can be made to the Union Gospel Mission in St. Paul. Hodroff-Epstein 651-698-8311 www.hodroffepstein.com

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From the Archives: Happy Mother’s Day

Divide and conquer is the oldest trick in the book and blame is the name of the game!  By pitting everyone against each other, we will never look at the criminal enterprise creating this or rally the masses against this family destruction machine!


NFI logoCreating a National Movement to End Father Absence and Connect Fathers to their Children, Heart to Heart              

Pre-founding: Early 1990s

By the early 1990s, a growing body of social science research was emerging that showed, a) there were record numbers of children living in father-absent homes in the United States, and b) these children were more likely than their peers in two-parent homes to suffer a number of negative outcomes across every imaginable measure of child well being.

But despite this growing, alarming evidence, the issue of “father absence” was largely “flying under the radar”; very few people and organizations were doing anything about it. For example, public policy was still largely focused on alleviating poverty for mothers and children. Additionally, social service agencies and civic organizations focused on families were almost exclusively set up to serve mothers and children. Finally, much of popular culture was marching on with the message of the “doofus dad” who often did more harm than good to his family.

Founding: 1993-1994

Don Eberly

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Wade Horn

In the spring of 1993, Don Eberly, a prominent civil society scholar, organized a team of 20 of the nation’s leading social experts to meet in Aspen, Colorado to discuss strategies to build a society-wide movement to reverse father absence. Within a year of that pivotal meeting, National Fatherhood Initiative® (NFI) was formed with Wade Horn as its first president, David Blankenhorn as its first board chairman, a board of directors including leaders such as Dr. Louis Sullivan and George Gallup, and an advisory board made up of luminaries such as James Earl Jones, Willard Scott, and Bill Bennett.   

(All of these individuals are opportunists and could care less about fathers, mothers, children or justice!)

The Early Years: 1994-2002
NFI’s first decade was largely focused on two areas:

  • Public Education: Raising awareness in the government, entertainment, and social services sectors that fatherhood was an issue they needed to care about and take action on. For example, in 1997 in partnership with the Ad Council, NFI started the first national Public Service Advertising Campaign focused on fatherhood. Additionally, in that same year, NFI formed the first bi-partisan Congressional Task Force on Responsible Fatherhood.
  • Research: Knowing that solid social science research would be critical to “making the case” that fatherhood deserved the attention NFI was focusing on it, NFI began conducting and compiling research on the causes and consequences of father absence. This was exemplified by the creation of Father Facts, the first edition of which was published in 1995, and in its 6th Edition today. Father Facts was a comprehensive compilation of the social science research showing why children need good dads, and why so many children were without them.

Recent History: 2001-2012

While public education was critical to NFI’s beginnings (and remains so today), there was a growing sense that the “next phase” of NFI’s work would be to provide solutions “on the ground” to organizations at the nexus of children and families who were often dealing with the “consequences of father absence” (such as poverty and crime) in their neighborhoods.

Therefore, starting in the late 1990s, and taking off with the naming of Roland C. Warren as president in 2001, National Fatherhood Initiative® began to create a portfolio of high quality fatherhood skill-building materials to ensure that organizations around the country had the resources, knowledge, and training they needed to provide programs to help men be the best dads they could be. During this time, flagship NFI programs such as 24/7 Dad®, InsideOut Dad®, and Doctor Dad® were created, and NFI emerged as the #1 provider of fatherhood resources and the #1 trainer of fatherhood practitioners in the nation.

Today: 2013-Present

In 2013, Christopher Brown, who played a leading role in developing most of NFI’s flagship fatherhood programs throughout the 2000s, was named president. Under Chris’ leadership, NFI continues to be focused on providing the very best fatherhood resources and training to community-based, military, and corrections organizations across the country. NFI also continues to be a leading voice for responsible fatherhood, with a new emphasis on using social media and blogging to educate the public about the importance of involved, responsible, and committed fatherhood.

So what’s missing, let’s see, what could it be? Oh yeah, mothers!

In 1995, former President Clinton issued executive orders that directed federal agencies to review and “modify” all family programs and initiatives serving primarily mothers and children, to include fathers and “strengthen their involvement” with children.They took the so-called problem of absent fathers and instead of adding services and including fathers, flipped the narrative to remove mothers from the picture. Do we need the government to be involved in teaching fathers how to become “good dads”? Um, I don’t think so. But it did open up a new market for trainers to teach these skills to fathers, judges, attorneys, GAL’s etc. Here’s the problem. If you’re not a good father or mother, government isn’t going to change that!

By vilifying, leveling, and weakening people, an environment is created for social, political, and economic turmoil which produces change that will benefit the sponsors of this turmoil (Increasing the outreach and social work staffing, providing resource development, training and mentoring, and networking with other community agencies serving these families). If the government and news media relentlessly pursue issues of gender, race and diversity in preference to the real issues that need to be addressed, there will be an increasing division of society along the same lines. The attention is taken off the government entities that are robbing us blind through taxation.  Millions of dollars in funds are handed over to the States by the Department of Health and Human Services to family court connected nonprofits and GRANT DOLLARS = TAXPAYER DOLLARS

William J. Clinton

Statement on Efforts To Promote Responsible Fatherhood
January 19, 2001

At the same time the National Fatherhood Initiative was forming, welfare reform also took place.

The Commission supports federal policies (the Personal Responsibility and Work Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRA) and the Balanced Budget Act of 1997(BBA)) that have given states the opportunity to promote responsible fatherhood in several ways. Under the new welfare law, states can increase family income by:

1) providing employment and training to fathers;

2) increase child support collections; and

3) increase the distribution of child support collected on behalf of families receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy families (TANF). Funds allocated to the States from H.B. 3314 should be linked to and coordinated with State welfare reform initiatives to ensure maximization of funds and to eliminate duplicative programs.

Don’t think for a minute there wasn’t backroom planning and deals made before the dog and pony performance at the public hearing.    ↓

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Eugene Clay Shaw Jr. (April 19, 1939 – September 10, 2013) Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from 1981 until 2007.

Welfare Reform Act Champion Clay Shaw Dies
A former mayor of Fort Lauderdale, Shaw was elected to Congress in 1980, and is remembered for his pragmatism in helping guide the GOP through the historic Welfare Reform Act of 1996 as chairman of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Human Resources.

anne stevenson Ways and Means Committee

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Family Court Corruption, Part 2: Fathers’ Rights and Conciliation Court Law: Federally funded misogyny and pedophile protection by Cindy Ross © 2/19/03

Excerpts: Numerous reports have identified bias against women and corruption in family courts across the country. In bizarre and illegal rulings, family court judges ignore or deliberately suppress evidence of male perpetrated family violence and child molest. Fathers who are batterers and sex offenders are routinely granted visitation and custody, while mothers and children trying to escape abuse are punished through financial sanctions, loss of custody, supervised visitation, jail and institutionalization. 

Very occasionally, men reporting abuse of their children have also been targeted for retaliation through family court. However, the systematic mishandling of domestic violence and child molest cases as “custody disputes” is based in a financial corruption scheme that calls for diverting grant program funding through “high conflict” cases, in the guise of promoting “fatherhood” and “shared parenting” post-divorce. Rather than assisting men become responsible parents, “Responsible Fatherhood”, “Access to Visitation Enforcement” (supervised visitation for noncustodial parents), “Child Support Enforcement” and similar federal programs perpetuate abuse of women and children through the legal system.

In the guise of reducing poverty and promoting child welfare, women are forced to stay married and mothers are punished for seeking divorces. In the guise of amicable custody resolution, federal programs enforce the systematic abuse of women and children. The pretense is that government programs produce responsible fathers and healthy families. The reality is that federally funded misogyny and pedophile protection programs are lining the pockets of corrupted court officials and appointees.

For further information, visit the website of the National Alliance for Family Court Justice at http://nafcj.net

Cindy Ross
California Director National Alliance for Family Court Justice

Image result for office of family assistanceThe Office of Family Assistance (OFA) competitively awards HMRF grants to states, local governments, and community-based organizations (both for profit and not-for-profit, including faith-based). These grantees work to help participants build and sustain healthy relationships and marriages, and to strengthen positive father-child interaction.

About Healthy Marriage & Responsible Fatherhood

Our Mission 
Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood (HMRF) programs promote strong, healthy family formation and maintenance, responsible fatherhood and parenting, and reentry opportunities for fathers returning from incarceration.
(Where are the programs for mothers returning from incarceration?)

Our Grantees
HMRF programs are funded under a 5-year project period (2015 – 2020). There are 47 Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education grantees (including a National Resource Center for Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education); 39 New Pathways for Fathers and Families grantees, and 5 ReFORM grantees.  FY 2015 Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood

Below are just some of the programs developed for fathers.

Many federal departments have initiatives and programs supporting responsible fatherhood and fathers in the community.

  • Healthy Marriage & Responsible Fatherhood 
  • Federal Programs and Resources 
  • Responsible Fatherhood | Office of Family Assistance | ACF
  • Dad Stats | National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse
  • Education Department Roundtable highlights importance of fathers involvement in Education
  • The Importance of Fathers in the Healthy Development of Children
  • Why Kids Need Their Dads | Parenting
  • Engaging Fathers in Programs for Families – Best Start Resource Centre
  • New Pathways for Fathers and Families
  • Importance of father involvement
  • The Fatherhood Research and Practice Network
  • The Good Dad Project
  • The Parents and Children Together (PACT) Evaluation, 2011-2016
  • Engaging Men & Dads at WIC
  • Dads – TODAY.com
  • Dads.org | Faith & Family
  • DadTalk Blog: Grants and Resources
  • Fathers Supporting Breastfeeding
  • National Center for Fathering | How to be a Good Loving Dad
  • National At-Home Dad Network
  • Transitioning Dads into Family Sustaining Careers
  • Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome 
  • father's day Current statistics show that children suffer when their fathers are absent. This in no way suggests that HUD does not recognize the critical importance of mothers. The majority of public housing households with children are headed by single women who earn less than $9,000 annually, and they do a tremendous job of raising their children. However, according to statistics drawn from communities across the country, children raised in absent father families are more at-risk for a host of negative factors, including dropping out of school. The focus on Father’s Day is meant to be a starting point; either a celebration of existing relationships or a reason to form first connections.

    The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable housing for all Americans. As a part of creating strong communities, HUD is actively engaging families in a way that involves all family members—including fathers.

    The Department’s strategy utilizes housing as a platform for improving quality of life and engages HUD assisted tenants, including fathers, who are in need of quality affordable housing. Individuals are then able to access a broad array of services necessary for them to have meaningful access to opportunity and economic self-sufficiency, including education, healthcare, and job-training. HUD also works with local non-profits and NGO’s to strengthen the capacity of fathers to engage with their families, and of newly entering non-profits to work effectively with intermediary organizations and with fathers themselves, by offering them capacity building training and networking opportunities.

    Feds Spending $800,000 to Teach Responsible Fatherhood                          
    June 12, 2013 – 8:17 AM By Penny Star

    Stuart Chaifetz plays with his son Akian Chaifetz, 10, in the backyard of their home in Cherry Hill, N.J., in April 2012. (AP Photo)

    CNSNews.com) – The Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families (AFC) is providing $800,000 in funding to create a Responsible Fatherhood Research Network.

    The initiative is described in the grant abstract as a “multi-year plan” designed “to disseminate information about good fatherhood parenting practices by building research and practice knowledge and capacity” and to “increase positive father involvement in the lives of their children.”

    The grant, announced on June 7 and open to applicants until Aug. 2, stated that the network, once established, “will be expected to have a primary focus on economically disadvantaged fathers and families and other under studied population groups.”

    In the grant announcement posted on the grants.gov website, the category of the funding was listed as “income security and social services.” The ACF website stated that the agency “administers more than 60 programs with a budget of more than $49 billion, making it the second largest agency in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.”

    CNSNews.com asked press officials at ACF a series of questions about the grant, but no response to the inquiry was received at press time.
    The questions asked were:

  • Why is it government’s role to improve parenting skills for fathers of low-income or at-risk children?
  • How is ACF going to measure and track the success of the network?
  • How many fathers and children will benefit from this project?
  • Will the recipients of this grant be private or public sector entities? –

    See more at: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/feds-spending-800000-teach-responsible-fatherhood#sthash.KJtUsCmW.dpuf

    When calls are made for support of  slogans such as “There’s No Excuse for Child Abuse, Stop Child Abuse & Neglect, Remember the Children, It Shouldn’t Hurt to Be a Child”, etc. what is really meant is we need to educate the judges, attorneys and other court players as well as fathers, mothers and children on child abuse and domestic violence. Why? So they can get a piece of the federal funding pie. 

    Gender wars (both sides) have been exploited by “carpet-bagging” interests as if these interests were neutral, when they’re not.  

    Documentary Exposes Our $50 Billion a Year Divorce Industry

    No mention of the federal funding of course!

    The court cartel is no different than any other cartel, they are tyrants who seek more power, more wealth and more control over people.  By keeping everyone at each other’s throats, they have effectively redirected the true root of the problem to everything but this fact – the same people that have created the problem have also created the solution! 

    The traditional nuclear family unit containing a father, mother and child(ren), now a minority in America, has also come under national assault, forced to taking a disfavored backseat to the statist propaganda and oppressive policies. Parents’ rights to teach their children their own individual values, their sense of morality and spiritual/religious convictions have increasingly been undermined and usurped by rigid statist PC dogma. As a licensed therapist for many years in Los Angeles, I can personally attest to the notorious abuses of overzealous authoritarian child protection services overstepping its rightful bounds by destroying families, unjustifiably yanking kids out of their family homes, inflicting children in their care and custody with lifelong trauma and abuse, misplacing children in unsafe home environments (be they with biological family, foster care, group home or residential care). A thoroughly overburdened, broken system that’s been set up to protect children is too often only abusing and re-victimizing them as part of a national assault on the American family. (Minus the broken system, it’s a good overview).

    Abraham Lincoln once said, “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Before they slip us all into their shackles, it’s time to come together as one formidable unified force to take action, arming ourselves with the truth and then spreading the power of that truth as far as it’ll take us. In the end evil will not defeat truth, honesty and justice. Joachim Hagopian is a West Point graduate and former US Army officer. 

    People have to think in terms of accounting and commerce, or it’s a lost cause. This situation is heading towards slavery which is possibly why people like Judge David Knutson are in positions of power.  Something needs to wake us up out of the brainwashed condition we are currently living  in.

    The basic concept is that the government OWNS (by investment, collectively) majority shares  in all major businesses  is a fundamental truth that should alter how we think and approach any arm of government including our courts.    https://familycourtmatters.org/


Trust Us. . .We’ll Protect You!

A rape victim entered witness protection. Wells Fargo may have blown her cover, suit says

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The family’s attorney, Randy Knutson said Wells Fargo’s actions show the bank “puts profit over the safety of their customers.”

The bigger picture is not being addressed; Not only is Wells Fargo putting profit over the safety of their customers, the justice system is willfully allowing the safety of their community to be jeopardized by allowing dangerous sexual predators to continue their assaults.  Ashraf Alaaeldin Mohamed Elgamal was sentenced to 90 days in jail with two years probation by Judge Bradley Walker. I’m sure that race had nothing to do with the light sentence, right?

MN: SOMALI MAN RAPES COLLEGE STUDENT…Gets 90-Days In Jail…Allowed To Leave Scene Of Crime Without Arrest By Somali Officer

Charges: After 2 sex cases dismissed, man tries to rape student at a Minneapolis college

U.S. woman stabbed 14 times by Somali explodes police narrative

Islamic Rape Epidemic

Alleged Child Molester Paid Off in MI AFT Teachers Union Negotiation

This long-awaited release comes after a federal judge ruled in favor of Project Veritas and the First Amendment after Michigan AFT tried twice – and failed twice – to halt the release of the video.

Published on May 9, 2018

Project Veritas has released undercover footage and documents obtained from the American Federation of Teachers Michigan affiliate office in Lake City, which reveals that the union protected a teacher after accusations of sexual misconduct with a seven- or eight-year-old girl arose.

The now former teacher was never charged or arrested and denied the accusations against him, and did not lose his teaching certificate.

Undercover footage of AFT Union Representative, Johnny Mickles, reveals how AFT and the Lake City Michigan school district defended the alleged child molesting teacher. Redacted documents from the AFT office, which are available on projectveritas.com, corroborate the events.

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California’s Vicious Judicial Reign of Terror


CORRUPTION WATCH-Vicious, predatory and unaccountable are three words that describe the environment for starlets near Harvey Weinstein, for children coached by Jerry Sandusky at Penn State, and for Olympic gymnasts who had Larry Nassar for their doctor at Michigan State University.  These three words also describe the California judiciary.

Institutions that have an isolated predator in their ranks differ from institutions whose very culture is vicious, predatory and unaccountable. The distinguishing feature is how the institution reacts to the abuse. Does it protect the victim or the abuser? Hint: Systems that use secrecy and terror to perpetuate their abusive behavior are corrupt.

Predators Use Secrecy and Terror Against their Victims 

The Olympic Committee used secrecy when it told parents that the molestations had to remain undisclosed because publicity would interfere with official investigations. The reality is that parents’ disclosing what happened to their teenaged girls would have blown the cover-up. The terror was the threat that their children would be excluded from the only programs that could enable them to achieve their gymnastic dreams.

These techniques were also Harvey Weinstein’s modus operandi. His victims had to keep his molestations and rapes secret or else “they’d never work in this town again.” With Penn State, there was secrecy and terror. The few who knew about Sandusky’s molestations had to remain silent in terror of their careers being destroyed. The 2015 movie Spotlight, showed how the Catholic Church used secrecy and terror against its victims to perpetuate sexual abuse.

The California judicial system is adept at both secrecy and terror to guarantee that there is no accountability for its vicious predatory behavior.

Secrecy: The First Level of Judicial Protectionism

In California all public meetings are subject to the Brown Act, Government Code, §§ 54950-54963 — except the courts. Under the Brown Act any member of the public can record any public meeting as long as the recording does not interfere with the meeting. Recording court proceedings, however, is tightly controlled.

As Anatole France observed, “The law, in its majestic equality, forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges . . .” In Los Angeles, both the rich and poor may record court proceedings.

The rich may hire expensive court reporters to record hearings and then use them however they wish, but under Court Rule 1.150(d) the poor must obtain advance special permission from a judge to use their own audio recorders, and “the recordings must not be used for any purpose other than as personal notes.” In other words, recordings made by poor people may not be made public or used to highlight judicial corruption.

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Washington DC Daycare Center Raided for ‘Pimping Children’ to Elite Pedophiles

Staff arrested and computers seized during pedophile ring bust

By: Jay Greenberg  |@NeonNettle on 6th May 2018

Police seized hard drives and computer equipment during the raid

One of the largest daycare centers in Washington DC has been raided by police following allegations it has been “pimping children” to “high-society pedophiles.

“The raid follows the arrest of a number of staff members after complaints they were sexually abusing children.

Officers in unmarked vehicles raided the building at Minnieland Academy in Bristow, carrying seized computers, hard drives, and brown paper bags full of other evidence.

Staff members are accused of child sex trafficking and sexual abuse.

Investigators say they now have evidence that ties the daycare center to an elite pedophile ring in the Washington DC area.

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Staff members arrested, accused of ‘pimping children’ to pedophiles

Fox5 reports:

Major pedophile ring bust Former Minnieland employee Taylor Boykin is accused of sexually assaulting four young children. Boykin, who was denied bond, happens to live just a few blocks away from the daycare. His home was also raided by investigators earlier this week.

It’s the latest case of abuse to hit the popular Northern Virginia chain.

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Now This Is A State Representative

Connecticut State Representative Minnie Gonzalez is a true representative and champion for parents in Connecticut. She is one of the non-lawyers on the Judiciary Committee and is thorough and fearless in questioning judicial nominees. Make sure you watch the Judiciary Committee Public Hearing on Judicial Nominations after reading the background. The video with transcribed excerpts from Gonzalez questioning Attorney Aaron are at the end of the post. 

At the April 23rd Judiciary Committee Public Hearing on Judicial Nominations, Gonzalez grills Connecticut Superior Court nominee Attorney Barbara Aaron.

Aaron’s Profile on Berman, Bourns, Aaron & Dembo: Attorney Aaron practices exclusively in the area of Matrimonial Law, with an emphasis on mediation and collaborative practice. She works primarily with high net worth clients who seek to retain their privacy and resolve their cases in a confidential, respectful and efficient process. Attorney Aaron trains other lawyers, mental health and financial professionals in the use of mediation, negotiation and collaborative practice. She currently serves on the executive committee of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Family Law Section and is the current co-chair of the Hartford Family Law Committee.

Attorney Aaron is a life-time Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation James W. Cooper Fellow Program and one of the co-founders and past president of the Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce. She is the former chair of the CBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee and the immediate past president of the Children’s Law Center of Connecticut.

THE CHILDREN’S LAW CENTER OF CONNECTICUT is a non-profit organization that provides representation to children of indigent parents in contested divorce and custody cases.

It sounds so great and charitable but not-for-profit businesses can make a profit while enjoying a tax-exemvpt status. They are not to be organized or operate for the benefit of any private interests, at least not directly and overtly.

Read Understand “Children’s Law Centers” Excerpt Below

The Problem

Major harm has been done in the name of protecting children, children’s rights, and even “defending children.” It is tempting to report only on that harm, year after year.

I encourage us to focus instead on the systems set up, and how they were set up, by people using the word “Child” or “Children’s” for specific, collaborative, and in general a privately determined agenda.

Ironically, the solutions used to reduce poverty and protect children often end up putting more money in private hands, and — as this is SOMEtimes who’s promoting the various programs — making sure there’s more work for more attorneys at public cost, after the attorneys have collectively decided that more of them means more justice for children.

And it should be resisted when and where the systems, and how they were set up, was done without public approval. I do not want, and we should not want, socialism, or the equivalent of a return to a feudal society. I also personally am NOT in favor of a one-world government under elitist central control; after having already seen where that is heading — i.e., to eugenics, slavery, and genocide. Wars enable takeover of others’ assets and further restructuring of those supporting it and those sent to die in them. ALL of this relates to the economy, and until (again, or anew) more people can think in terms of how to counteract the centralization of government and balance that power — it is not going to slow down, or cease, until dissidence is, basically exterminated (or medicated) into silence.

UNDERSTANDING that inherent dishonesty in privatizing government “for the sake of children” when in fact, this is simply multiplying the ability of those so ethically “low” as to do this, or so arrogant as to believe that what society needs is more of them, and (correspondingly) LESS involved and less representative government (just shut up, pay your taxes, and be acted upon: we will keep the streets safe, the children educated, and the bad guys away….) — JUST MAYBE this will counteract some of the gullible passivity that’s normal for us. Because we can’t figure out an alternative to funding it through our jobs.
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Attorney Aaron submitted an opposition letter to the Judiciary Committe when she was the Board President of the Children’s Law Center. In it she opposes Eliminating the court’s discretion to order supervised visitation unless there is first finding by DCF of abuse or neglect, Giving “aggrieved parties” the right to bring a civil action against attorneys and GAL’s, Allowing parents to select the Expert(s) for Therapy and Evaluation, and Substitution language to limit testimony and overall role of a GAL. Read letter in its entirety:Raised Bill No. 5505: An Act Concerning Family Court Proceedings


Attorney Aaron said parents involved in high-conflict cases who are critical of the system need to take responsibility for what happens in their cases and how it affects their children. CT’s contentious custody cases: Symptoms of flawed family courts, or outliers? By:  | 

Excerpt from the Judiciary Confirmation Hearing

Representative Gonzalez to Attorney Aaron: “Your opinion about all these parents complaining about the system, do you still think the same as 2014?

Attorney Barbara Aaron: “What I thought then and what I think today, is that there are very legitimate concerns about the use of GAL’s and the issues that were raised at that time and before that time. And I shared those concerns  They were raised by parents that sought you out, they were raised by you, they were raised by the GAL task force. And I supported those concerns. What I did not support and what I was critical of, was the personal attacks on judges and several lawyers that were not about the issues. And the threats that were being made on judges and lawyers, including lawyers that I know, their families and their children. And I thought that those extreme remarks and those extreme personal attacks clouded and diluted the very serious and important issues that were being raised by you and others at that time.”

Representative Gonzalez: “So you believe that if I’ve got a case in front of a judge and my case has been stalled for 5, 7 10 12 years and I’ve been spending all my resources. Do you think that me coming out and telling the truth and coming to this building and testifying against the judges handling my case, do you think that’s not right?”

Attorney Aaron: “No i support that.”

Representative Gonzalez: “But that’s what everybody was doing. All these parents, they were coming out. All these parents they came out ten years ago or was 11 years ago and they’re still coming. Not those same parents because you see different faces every day. But that’s the reason why they’re coming here. When they went into the court the first time to get divorce and custody trial. They end up homeless, no money and at the end of the case after 10,15 years they didn’t have a penny. They were living out there homeless with family members and some of them, they were living in their cars. So for you to say that it was vicious and those are disgruntled parents. You said the attack against the judges, but it was a group of  guardians ad litems and attorneys also has a group that were attacking the parents and calling them names. Like I told you, I read those articles about you, so i think that if it is good for you, it is good for me by being attacked. Nobody was talking about  the attack from the court system attacking them and taking everything away from them including the kids. I believe when you lose your kids that’s the last thing in your life. Who cares about something else, come here and testify. That’s why I’m saying. When I was reading those articles about you, you have a lot to say against the families that were fighting for their kids.

For them it is more important how much time they spend with their kids other than stopping the conflict. You don’t think that that’s what all the parents that go to family court to fight for their kids, you don’t think that maybe one of the goals is to spend time with their kids. I know they are not looking for special favors. Listen, If i go to court fighting for my kids I’m going to be fighting for my kids 100% and I’m going to be there every day if i have to. Do you have kids?”

Attorney Aaron: “I don’t.”

Representative Gonzalez: “Losing your kids, that is part of your life and part of your heart. I lost mine and mine I’m not going to be able to have my kid back. But these parents, they have at least, they go and they fight because they think there is hope out there and when they have attorneys like you my god its terrible. Me personally I will say it, you know it’s hard if I don’t have no money, I’m not going to be able to go to you and hire you as an attorney. And with those remarks about the parents, you know telling parents who are critical of the system to take responsibility for what happened in their cases is an insult to every parent who comes to court for resolution and have found themselves stuck in the court system year after year and their financial resources sucked dry. It is insensitive to their deep pain. I want to know if you really believe that parents don’t take responsibility for their cases. Do you really believe that?”

Attorney Aaron: “I believe that the vast majority of parents take absolute responsibility for their cases and for their children. And I believe that whenever it is safe, it is in the best interest of the children to have a relationship, a profound relationship with both of their parents. And I believe that that’s what makes  children thrive and that there is no more sacred responsibility for a parent than to take responsibility for their children. And certainly my career and my passion has been to help parents in any way possible, to do just that, to be able to learn and cultivate the skills and the relationship and to navigate the system as best they can in order-so that they can have complete autonomy and not have a judge or a guardian ad litem decide the fate. And I’m absolutely committed to when that’s not possible, for a judge to be profoundly sensitive and caring and compassionate to the struggle of every parent and every human being that appears before that court and to do whatever’s necessary to help those people navigate the system in the most efficient way possible.

I think It is true that I strive to keep parents out of the court system and that is not just wealthy parents, it is through the children’s law center, it is through all of the work that I do, I’m committed to helping people take responsibility so that other people aren’t making decisions for them. And yet when other people have to make those decisions for the myriad of reasons that they do, they should do so applying the facts to the law and in a way that acknowledges the sacredness of that responsibility.”

Representative Gonzalez also questions Aaron regarding the AFCC (AFCC is the Family Court Cartel Operating Under the Guise of “Best Interest of the Child”), Reunification Therapy, and Parental Alienation.

We all need to get at least one representative like Gonzalez on board in each state. It is time to address the family court crisis and stop ignoring parents pleas for help and retaliating against them for standing up for the protection of children. We need our representatives to STAND WITH FAMILIES and AGAINST the family court corporation harming children and families.


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