Group stages protest at Strickland Youth Center
Posted: Feb 01, 2018 8:38 PM CST
Updated: Feb 01, 2018 8:38 PM CST
A Mobile mother is spearheading the fight against parental rights being violated by a local judge and hoping to bring awareness about unfair rulings against single mothers. “We’re hoping to show that this common practice is not right,” said Dana Williams, who had her 11-year-old twin daughters taken away from her because she allegedly failed to attend a custody hearing in September of 2017. “It’s affecting our children, it’s affecting our lives, and somebody has to stand up.”
Judges are awarding custody to unfit fathers because they are incentivized to do so. Family Courts are “government” and as such are supported by public funding. A multibillion dollar enterprise has been created by the family court divorce, domestic abuse and child abuse industries.
Currently, non-profit and for profit advocacy groups nationwide are obtaining court connected federal funding through the Dept. of Health and Human Services and the DOJ to influence custody cases. Very few people are making the connection between federal policy, private nonprofit providers, and the local courthouse.
The Family Law System was set up to perpetuate conflict for profit. The system has been subject to influence by federal funding to the states to promote marriage and fatherhood through a grant series supporting the setup of: Mediation, Parent Education, Supervised Visitation, Counseling for Parents, etc. It’s about fraud and kickbacks. PERIOD.
Many federal departments have initiatives and programs supporting responsible fatherhood and fathers in the community. Below are just some of the programs developed for fathers.
- 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
- Transitioning Dads into Family Sustaining Careers
- Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome
FAMILY COURT CORRUPTION: FEDERALLY FUNDED MISOGYNY AND PEDOPHILE PROTECTION
Family Court Corruption, Part 2: Fathers’ Rights and Conciliation Court Law: Federally funded misogyny and pedophile protection by Cindy Ross ©
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. Abusive men striving to maintain control over their victims are provided an array of benefits, not only to get custody and get out of paying child support, but to terrorize the mothers of their children and society in general. Government programs are not producing responsible fathers, but motherless children, in order to advance the agenda of the so-called “fathers’ rights” movement.