Washington Shared Parenting

June 3, 2012

Adult child speaks out about their Parental Alienation in Washington Courts

Filed under: Uncategorized — jjohnston @ 10:34 pm

We were reminded of this video that was taken at the Snohomish County Courthouse a few years back.  While CRISPE bus was at the Courthouse and a small protest was going on outside, this woman walks up and asks to be interviewed about how the Courts and her Mother turned her against her father, and how she heard false allegation against her father, who she reminded herself years later, was a loving father.

There is no question this goes on in the Courts, and if you follow the money, you will see that the Courts are a money machine, working to improve their funding from Washington’s Division of Child Support’s Federal Title IVD fund, giving out restraining orders like Candy so they receive VAWA funding from the Fed, all the while ignoring the damaging affect, and the associated cost to our Children of Washington.

It’s dispicable that the Courts operate this way, and just as bad that our legislature allows it.  Of Course, they are best friends with the Superior Court Judges Association, and work with them to create jobs in the Courts, increase their salaries, and especially improve their retirement system.  How long will this sham go on before Senators like Hargrove and Rosemary McAuliffe wake up and start protecting those that need protection, the most vulnerable – our children?

Check out the video – it is a wakeup call to the Legislature and our Courts – who apparently are deaf!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DmVVXbJDL8&feature=youtu.be

 

1 Comment

  1. I help run a Meetup group, Support for Parents of Alienated Children, for parents in the Puget Sound area. We currently have 120 members. Would you please email me at pithy_prolix@yahoo.com? I have some ideas related to this video for effectively ‘getting the word out’.

    Comment by PithyProlix — January 11, 2013 @ 1:01 am

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