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Ever wonder how that
Massachusetts judge
who took your children
away and stripped you
of your house and assets
got to sit on the bench?
All judges were approved,
usually by unanimous,
vote, by the Governors
Council at a public hearing.
The audio for their
hearings over the last
couple of years can be heard here:

Courtesy of Patrick McCabe


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A must-read:
'The Fraud of Feminism'


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J.R.R.Tolkien, author
of 'Lord of the Rings',
on Marriage

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Update 209a Hearings

On September 27, 2013 I attended a restraining order session at Quincy Court.

This session made it clear that our judiciary still has a problem with respect to the issuance and renewal of 209a restraining orders.

The session was methodically run.

First up were single party petitions for extensions or termination of a restraining order.  In most cases the restraining order was continued or terminated based upon which individual appeared the defendant or the plaintiff.

Next up were the cases where both parties appeared.

In these cases one might expect to hear contradicting stories.

However that was seldom the case.  What was common was a plaintiff seeking a restraining order without a legal basis for obtaining one.

Download Petitions for Shared Parenting and Abuse Prevention Due Process!

These petitions can be printed and used to collect signatures to put these two proposed laws on the ballot in Massachusetts.

Download:

Shared Parenting Signature Sheet

Abuse Prevention Due Process Signature Sheet

KeepFamilyTogether.com

Sign up to volunteer here!

The sheets must be double-sided on one sheet of paper in the original size - with side one and side two head to head and footer to footer.

In order for your signature collection effort to count you must be aware of the rules-

Massachusetts Attorney General Rejects 'Abuse Protection' and Shared Parenting Petitions

Massachusetts Attorney General again refuses to certify petitions on 'abuse protection' due process rights and for a presumption of shared parenting.

The AG's excuse is that the two petitions will 'affect the powers of the courts'.  The real reason, however, is that they would require that justice be  administered in the courts and the welfare system for family court lawyers in particular would be drastically reduced.

http://www.mass.gov/ago/docs/government/2013-petitions/13-18-letter.pdf

http://www.mass.gov/ago/docs/government/2013-petitions/13-19-letter.pdf

The AG's decision can however be appealed.  Contact us if you would like to support an appeal.

CPF Board and Member meeting

There will be a meeting of the CPF board and members on Saturday, 2PM, March 23 at 46 Beacon St., Hyde Park, 02136. Contact support@fatherhoodcoalition.org or 857 350-0575 for more information.

CPF Board and Member meeting

There will be a meeting of the CPF board and members on Saturday, 2PM, March 23. Contact support@fatherhoodcoalition.org or 857 350-0575 for more information and address.

Statement by DOJ Shows VAWA and Restraining Orders Are Rigged Against Men

The following makes it crystal clear that the US Department of Justice policy does indeed have a war on men and fathers. Starting from the ideological premise that men are inherent batterers and woman victims the DOJ concludes that any incidence of reporting that runs contrary to this policy  should be "presented with sufficient evidence to confirm the correct designation of victims and their abusers." In other words, the outcome should conform with the preconcieved idea that men are guilty and women innocent. Thanks for Tami Pepperman to bringing this to our attention.