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The newsletter of The Fatherhood Coalition-working to stop the war on fatherhood since 1995.

HATE BANNER TAKEN DOWN AND SEN. BROWN'S MISTAKEN SPONSORSHIP OF VAWA

1. Your Calls to Gov. Patrick Worked! 2. Sen. Brown's VAWA Problem - Call his office! 1. Gov. Patrick's Office Takes Down Jane Doe Inc. Hate Banner from Mass. State House Last year Jane Doe Inc.'s hateful 'White Ribbon Campaign' banner hung on the Massachusetts State House for a full month. This year, thanks to your calls to the Governor's office, the banner was taken down after less than a week. The banner never should have been allowed. The 'White Ribbon Campaign' and Jane Doe's banner falsely promote the hateful idea that only men commit violence, making it all too easy and common to throw a father out of his home and take his children away. Even incarcerate him. All without real justification.

Gov. Patrick's Office Double Standards. Once Again Allows Jane Doe Hate Banner on Mass. State House

After the Fatherhood Coalition expressed its opposition last year to Jane Doe Inc.'s hateful 'White Ribbon Campaign' banner being hung on the Massachusetts State House we were then deni

Woman, 38, charged in Sandown murder

http://www.eagletribune.com/latestnews/x1875166619/Woman-38-charged-in-S...

Eagle Tribune Newspaper. Serving the Merrimac Valley Areas.
Massachusetts
By Jo-Anne MacKenzie
jmackenzie@eagletribune.com

SANDOWN — More than a month after Richard Mannion Jr., 43, was found shot to death in his home, Nicole LeBlanc, 38, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder.

Mannion, a father of four, was found Jan. 14 in his raised ranch home at 31 Hollow Oak Drive, property he had owned for less than two years.

Continued in the link to the Paper..

Now is the Time! Contact Senators to Repeal VAWA and NH Legislators to Reform DV Law

Now is the Time
Contact Senators to Repeal VAWA and NH Legislators to Reform DV Law

There is a window of opportunity for change in the so-called 'domestic violence' laws both nationally and in New Hampshire as we continue our efforts to repeal the Massachusetts 209A DV law and get the courts out of family life. Read more

*ANY SIMALARITIES TO ANY PERSON,ALIVE,OR DEAD, IN THIS STORY IS PURELY COINCIDENTAL.*

*ANY SIMALARITIES TO ANY FICTICIOUS CHARACTER IN THIS STORY IS PURELY COINCIDENTAL.*

Letter Writing Campaign to Support Revision of NH 'Domestic Violence' Law

New Hampshire takes first step to fix horrible 'domestic violence' law. Would require proof of abuse/violence before arrest. Here's the bill and committee pages for this NH House Bill 1581, a solid step in the right direction to correct the travesty of the DV law in NH. http://gencourt.state.nh.us/bill_status/bill_status.aspx?lsr=2800&sy=201... Write the committee to show support for HB 1581! http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/committees/committeedetails.aspx?c...

The Fatherhood Coalition message on retiring Judge Christina Harms

The Fatherhood Coalition notes with great relief the early retirement of Judge Christina Harms from
Norfolk County Probate and Family Court. She has long been singled out by members of the Coalition for
special observation. We perceived her on-the-bench demeanor to be often whimsical, abusive, and ungrounded
in legal guidelines or principle.

While it is apparent that her sudden early retirement was precipitated by one of the whimsical decisions
for which she is known to us, we will never know due to the shroud of secrecy by which the Commission on

Experts: Murder-suicide seldom carried out by women...The Eagle Tribune

I just cannot understand? Maybe a few of you would like to ask what "experts"he must be referring too? mlabella@eagletribune.com

http://www.eagletribune.com/haverhill/x1929697466/Experts-Murder-suicide...