Why I Started This Blog

I started this blog for my children

Our story is written as a Federal Law Suit, and an Article 78 (which is legaleze for when you sue a Judge) below on the right hand side.. and well as numerous Motions & Petitions.

Use the magnifying symbol to enlarge the documents for easier reading.

Don't shoot the messenger.. but guess what..

Many court rooms are corupted by some not so honest judges!

Innocent or not..

In the blink of an eye.. you can lose your kids, your life savings, your inheritance, your house and or your mind!

That's why I've continued to post to this blog because...

So many children are being destroyed by our wonderful system..

They've forced me to become a Child/Family and Civil Rights advocate/activist.

I should thank them for the education I got out of this!

Don't miss the videos at the bottom of the page.. of Senator Sampson holding hearings on corruption within the N.Y. Court System!

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Lesism - by Les Floyd: RIP Brenda Floyd, My Mum

Lesism - by Les Floyd: RIP Brenda Floyd, My Mum

This is a post that every 'Mum', (every dad), and every adult child should see..

Even if, or especially if, you and your 'Mum' (or dad) has, had, or are still having, any sort of conflict..

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Tell everyone Closed courtrooms only protect bad judges and lawyers, says Judge Judy

 AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS judge has told a former Minister for Justice that Ireland should have cameras in every courtroom.

Speaking to Nora Owen on TV3's Midweek, Judge Judy said closed courtrooms protect two things – bad judges and bad lawyers.

"They also protect bad institutions that serve those courts, such as social services," she continued. "They should be there as the norm. If you have a specific exclusion, then you make it."

Judy Sheindlin passed the New York bar in 1965 and was appointed as a judge to New York's family court by Mayor Ed Koch in 1982. http://links.causes.com/s/clJ0Me?r=EkSq.
Posted by David William Farmer (cause founder)
A new pledge from the cause
My Two Cents, Hopefully this link below will work.. as the original button was sent to me via email and I can not get that on this post..

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Joshua Hakken, Sharyn Hakken, US Couple, In Jail After Fleeing To Cuba With Kids

This photo combination made from undated images provided by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office shows 35-year-old Joshua Michael Hakken, left, and his wife, 34-year-old Sharyn Patricia Hakken.

MIAMI — A Florida couple accused of kidnapping their two young sons and fleeing by boat to Cuba were handed over to the United States and imprisoned and their children were returned to their maternal grandparents, who have official custody, authorities said Wednesday.

Joshua Michael Hakken and his wife, Sharyn, were being held Wednesday at the Hillsborough County Jail on charges of kidnapping, child neglect, and interference with custody, according to the jail's website. Joshua Hakken also was charged with false imprisonment. His bond was set at $154,000. No bond information was listed for Sharyn Hakken.

Both are expected to make their first appearance Thursday in Hillsborough County Court, the sheriff's office said in a statement. It was not immediately known if either of the Hakkens has an attorney. The couple will not face federal charges, said David Couvertier, a spokesman for the FBI in Tampa.
U.S. authorities say Hakken kidnapped his sons, 4-year-old Cole and 2-year-old Chase, from his mother-in-law's house north of Tampa, Florida. The boys' grandparents were granted permanent custody of the boys last week.

"Our grandchildren are safe," the grandfather, Bob Hauser, told a news conference with the sheriff's office late Tuesday. "We had an opportunity to talk with them before they left Cuba."

Bob and his wife, Patricia Hauser, asked the news media to give them at least 24 hours alone with the boys, the sheriff's department said in a statement. They planned to make a public statement possibly by Thursday.

Cuba tipped the State Department off to the Hakkens' presence Sunday, and from that moment "diplomatic contact has been exchanged and a professional and constant communication has been maintained," Cuban Foreign Ministry official Johana Tablada said in a statement.

An AP reporter spotted the couple and the children beside their boat at the Hemingway Marina in Havana on Tuesday. A man who resembled photographs of Joshua Michael Hakken yelled out "Stop! Stay back!" as the reporter approached, but there was no outward sign of tension or distress between the family members.

The family showed no sign they knew a decision about their fate had been made. The four strolled by an outdoor restaurant as security officials kept reporters at a distance. The youngest child was seated in a stroller and the elder boy sat down on a curb.
The U.S. and Cuba share no extradition agreement and the island nation is also not a signatory of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, an international treaty for governmental cooperation on such cases.

Cuba has harbored U.S. fugitives in the past, though most of those cases date back to the 1960s and `70s, when the island became a refuge for members of the Black Panthers and other militant groups. More recently, dozens of Cuban Medicare fraud fugitives in the U.S. have tried to escape prosecution by returning to the island.

But Cuba has also cooperated with U.S. authorities in returning several criminal fugitives in recent years, including Leonard B. Auerbach in 2008. Auerbach was wanted in California on federal charges of sexually abusing a Costa Rican girl and possessing child pornography. He was deported.
In 2011, U.S. marshals flew to Cuba and took custody of two U.S. suspects wanted in a New Jersey slaying.

Hakken lost custody of his sons last year after a drug possession arrest in Louisiana and later tried to take the children from a foster home at gunpoint, authorities said. A warrant had been issued for his arrest on two counts of kidnapping; interference with child custody; child neglect; false imprisonment and other charges.

Hakken entered his mother-in-law's Florida house last Wednesday, tied her up and fled with his sons, the sheriff's department has said. Federal, state and local authorities searched by air and sea for a boat Hakken had recently bought. The truck that Hakken, his wife and the boys had been traveling in was found Thursday, abandoned in Madeira Beach, Florida.

The family's flight to Cuba harkened back to the 1999 child custody case involving Elian Gonzalez, though unlike Gonzalez, the Hakkens had no apparent ties to the island.

In 1999, 5-year-old Gonzalez was found clinging to an inner tube off Florida after his mother and others drowned while fleeing Cuba toward American soil. The boy was taken to Miami to live with relatives, but his father in Cuba demanded the boy be sent back.

U.S. courts ultimately ruled Gonzalez should be sent back, though his Miami relatives refused to return him. In April 2000, U.S. federal agents raided the family's home and he was returned to Cuba soon after. He has since grown into a young man and joined a military academy.
Associated Press writers Christine Armario, Curt Anderson and Kelli Kennedy in Miami; Kevin McGill in New Orleans; Paul Haven and Peter Orsi in Havana; and Matthew Lee in Washington contributed to this report.

My Two Cents:

When I read these headlines, the first thought that came to mind was, how corrupt our ' Family Court System' is insofar as (in part) removing children from their natural parents under bogus reasons to obtain the Title IV (e) Federal Funding our Government gives the states to 'protect' abused children.

Since the corrupt system 'removed' my own children & gave them to their self proclaimed abusive father despite an out of state, life time order of protection... I became vigilant in finding out how a system meant to protect children would blatantly remove them from the loving safe care of me their mother and hand them over to a documented & self proclaimed abuser.. in my research, I found that I was not alone in this type of fight. In fact hundreds of other loving safe parents were having their children removed from them as well.

None of this made any sense to me, so I began digging further, and further down the rabbit hole and found out that our loved, well cared for, non abused children have become a money making machine for the States! Look it up yourself, research Title IV Federal Funding.. and read all the subcategories to see how deep the rabbit hole really is.

It matters not to these psychopaths in charge that these innocent children will grow up with all kinds of, character flaws including severely dysfunctional coping mechanisms aka personality disorders, along with major abandonment & trust issues.. NO, none of that matters, all that matters to these heartless cocksuckers is the fucking money!!

In my personal research on hundreds of families who have had their children removed, 99% of the cases were at worst, insane, at best.. could have been avoided by giving help to the parents!

Now, this particular case sounds like the dad has little control over his reactions, and I'm not condemning him for that- when they kidnapped my children, if I wasn't so afraid of spending the rest of my life in jail and never seeing my babies again, I may have done what this guy did- or others before him did for the same reasons... maybe!

Yet, it doesn't matter what I would have or would not have done.. he did it. And in my opinion, someone who is going to do what he's done to get his babies back.. is someone who adores his children and is having tremendous trouble living without them- as it should be!

When is this State kidnapping of our children going to stop?? 

How many other parents who lost their children to the money machine we call the 'Family Court' along with their equally corrupted sub agencies forensic evaluators et all., is it going to take to do more and more stupid shit that will no doubt lead to physical altercations with those who have, or with those who are, removing non abused children is it going to take before things change, and children are left home with their loving parents?

FYI, I am not saying this family was or wasn't guilty in whatever the underlying reasons were for having their children removed & I'm not saying they are or aren't abusive parents.. all I am saying is don't believe any of what you hear and only half of what you see when it comes to matters of the 'Family Court' system, including it's equally corrupt forensic evaluators!

And while you're at it, don't always believe what you, yourself thinks!

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Family Law Updates

Family Law Updates Around the Nation
Arizona - In Arizona, Governor Jan Brewer signed SB1073 into law. This bill requires custody hearings to take place within 60 days of the date of motion filing. The bill will have a positive effect on bringing an end to the strategy of constantly delaying hearing in order to keep one parent out of their child's life.
Florida - Will Florida become a true Shared Parenting state? We are congratulating Florida Alimony Reform and their supporters after the state senate passed SB718 on Thursday by a vote of 29-11. The bill improves Florida's antiquated alimony law and practices.
Of great interest to shared parenting supporters is the provision within the bill which states; "Equal time-sharing with a minor child by both parents is in the best interest of the child unless the court finds that: ..."
This bill has one more vote in the full House and then it's on to the governor for signature. We can't wait to see it enacted. In 2008 Florida revised its custody statutes with the goal that the update would lead to greater shared parenting. After four years of mixed results, the legislature is coming back to finish the job.
Illinois - A right of first refusal bill, drafted by the sponsors of this newsletter, Illinois Fathers, passed out of committee in the house this last week and headed to the floor for a vote. This bill provides the other parent with first crack at caring for their child in the event the primary residential parent needs a child care provider. No more sending the child to a babysitter when the other parent is available to do the job. Every state should have this kind of law. ACFC believes the most under-utilized parent in America today is the "other" parent.
Maryland - A bill establishing a committee to study family law has passed the full House and is out of committee on the Senate side. A full Senate vote is expected shortly. Citizens in Maryland have been working to pass shared parenting legislation for years. This bill provides an opportunity for various stakeholders to come together and hammer out a statutory scheme that works for children and parents. The bill specifically indicates members of father and non-custodial parent interest groups are to have committee representation.
Nebraska - We expect LB22 to come out of committee within the next two weeks. This bill is modeled on the custody legislation which passed in Arizona last year. It appears many Arizona parents are receiving equal or near equal time with the kids as a result of the changes which went into effect in January.
There is significant opposition to LB22 coming from the 'usual suspects.' Lawyers and domestic violence groups are leading the resistance. That said there are also a number of lawyers supporting the bill stating 'on record' that it's time too fix a broken custody system.

WV Family Court Judge Suspended
West Virginia Judge William "Chip" Watkins III has been suspended for the remainder of his term by the state Supreme Court. Watkins has been suspended until December 31, 2016.
Watkins has also been ordered to reimburse the $18,000 costs associated with his investigation.
The court agreed Watkins disgraced the judiciary with his actions and demeanor toward litigants in his courtroom. A video posted to YouTube showing Watkins actions received over 200,000 views.
While ACFC recognizes most judges conduct themselves courteously and with decorum, there are more than a few Watkins out there running roughshod over parents unfortunate enough to find themselves in court.
Click this link for more on the Watkins story.


Recent Press Articles on Family Law
On Tuesday Barbara Kay published a fantastic article on Shared Parenting in Canada's 2nd largest newspaper, the National Post. Titled "Fair Play for Dads" it gets right to the heart of the family court problem.
The Omaha World Herald published this article Tuesday on the effort to get shared parenting enacted.
And Rachel Alexander recently published this piece on one of our favorite continuing topics; how the child support system continues to lock up people for not paying support for children that aren't theirs.
NCFM Sues Selective Service
 In a case of obvious gender bias the National Coalition for Men has sued the Selective Service over regulations requiring only young men aged 18 to register for the draft.
While this might cause some to chuckle, the biased nature of the regulations are no laughing matter. Young men who fail to register can lose access to many federal benefits, not the least of which is the ability to receive financial aid to attend college. ACFC tips the hat to NCFM once again for bringing a suit which demonstrates society's need to eliminate gender discrimination for everyone. Click here to read more.
Final Thoughts from ACFC Executive Director, Mike McCormick
 As an organization ACFC is in its 17th year. As our mission statement reads:
"We believe when parents are given equal rights, equal responsibility follows; when parents have equal access to their children and support levels are reasonable and reflect the true cost of raising a child, parents will comply with court orders."
That goal is nearer than at any time in the last two decades. The proof is directly above. You are the reason progress is happening.
Every day we receive numerous emails and phone calls from people asking for assistance with their individual cases. While we read every email and listen to every voice mail, it's impossible to answer them all, or even a fraction of them. The most we can do at this time is provide access to general information through the website. Take advantage of what's there.
It takes resources to make progress. We rely on volunteers and contributions from supporters to continue. Please consider volunteering or donating, or both. With your support shared parenting will become a reality everywhere. Thank you.

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Family Law Factoid:
 Over 4,000 kids lose a parent every day the family courts are open for business.
That's over one million children each year. Nearly 85% of those kids will lose the day in, day out relationship with their fathers.
Have you had enough of family court?
ACFC needs volunteers to become actively engaged in changing the way the courts (mis)treat children and their parents. If volunteering interests you please send an email to ACFC Executive Director Mike McCormick. Please include a brief description of any particular skills you have and areas of interest.
For the past 17 years ACFC and its national network of affiliated organizations have worked to educate the public, policy makers, legislators, judges, agency and family court personnel on the importance of two parent involvement in children's lives. 
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Thanks to our friends at Illinois Fathers for generously supporting ACFC's enews.

The American Coalition for Fathers and Children (ACFC)
1718 M. St. NW #1187
Washington, DC 20036
ACFC is America's shared parenting organization. Through a network of affiliated organizations we are changing family law. If you need assistance please click here. You will be taken to a page on our website with free resources to help you understand the current family law system. Volunteer, become engaged. The keys to changing the current system of family law are in our hands.
My Two Cents, When you're finally Sick & Tired of being Sick & Tired of the system, the ex, the forensic evaluators screwing you... contact me and I'll help you become Personally Empowered so that not one of em can ever get over on you again!  Check it out @ www.NoItsNotPersonal.com

Breaking News and Commentary from Citizens for Legitimate Government

06 Apr 2013

Radioactive water may have leaked into the ground from a tank at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the operator said on Saturday, the latest in a series of troubles at the crippled facility. Up to 120 tonnes of contaminated water may have escaped from one of the seven underground reservoir tanks at the tsunami-damaged plant, according to a Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) spokesman. The tank stores water used to cool down the reactors after radioactive caesium is removed but other radioactive substances remain.

120 tonnes of radioactive water 'may have leaked' from Fukushima reservoir - TEPCO


06 Apr 2013

Workers at the stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant who were installing wire nets Friday to keep rats away from a vital cooling system instead tripped that system, causing it to fail for the second time in weeks. The spent-fuel pool at the site’s No. 3 reactor went without fresh cooling water for almost three hours on Friday afternoon, said the plant’s operator, the Tokyo Electric Power Company, or Tepco. Cooling was restored by late evening on Friday, and there was no imminent danger to the 566 nuclear fuel rods stored in the pool, according to the company. It would have taken at least two weeks for the pool to have risen above the safe level of 149 degrees Fahrenheit, Tepco said.

Rat Chase Again Bedevils Fukushima Nuclear Plant


05 Apr 2013

The new bird influenza that’s killed six people in eastern China has some of the genetic hallmarks of an easily transmissible virus, according to the scientist who showed how H5N1 avian flu could become airborne. The H7N9 strain, which is a new virus formed as a result of two others merging their genetic material [by its creators], has features of viruses that are known to jump easily from birds to mammals, and a mutation that may help it attach to cells in the respiratory tract, said Ron Fouchier, a professor of molecular virology at Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands, in a telephone interview yesterday. "That’s certainly not good news," said Fouchier, who reviewed a gene sequencing of H7N9 published by Chinese health authorities. "This virus really doesn’t look like a bird virus anymore; it looks like a mammalian virus."

New Bird Flu Seen Having Some Markers of Airborne Killer


05 Apr 2013

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday it has issued an advisory to U.S. doctors that may help them identify any cases of the new bird flu virus known as H7N9, but stressed that no cases have been found in the United States. So far, the new strain of bird flu that has infected 16 people in China and killed six has not been shown to be capable of transmission from person to person, CDC's Dr. Thomas Frieden told reporters on a teleconference.

U.S. issues advisory to doctors to help identify bird flu


05 April 2012

Work on H7N9 bird flu vaccine begins [That's the reason H7N9 was created in the first place.]

Chinese authorities slaughtered over 20,000 birds at a poultry market in Shanghai on Friday as the death toll from a new strain of bird flu mounted to six, spreading concern overseas and sparking a selloff in airline shares in Europe and Hong Kong. The local government in Shanghai said the Huhuai market for live birds had been shut down and 20,536 birds had been culled after authorities detected the H7N9 virus from samples of pigeons in the market. China's eastern Jiangsu province said two new H7N9 bird flu cases have been confirmed on Friday, bringing the total number of reported infections nationwide to 16.

China culls birds as flu death toll rises to six


05 Apr 2013

In the midst of an ongoing hunger strike, the military is denying reporters access to the prison camps at Guantanamo Bay. The military is telling reporters it will be over a month before there's even a possibility of a tour of the detention facilities that house most of Guantanamo's 166 prisoners. A military spokeswoman based in Guantanamo told HuffPost on Friday that there would be no opportunity for press to access any of the prison facilities until May 6 at the earliest. New York Times reporter Charlie Savage had been trying to fly down for a visit next week, but told HuffPost that he was informed Friday afternoon the trip wasn't happening.

Guantanamo Hunger Strike Grows as Military Locks Out Press


06 Apr 2013

Italian President Giorgio Napolitano on Friday pardoned a US air force officer who had been convicted for his role in the CIA's kidnapping of an Egyptian imam in Milan in 2003. "The president... has granted a pardon to Colonel Joseph L. Romano III", who was sentenced to five years in prison in a conviction that became final last September, the presidency said in a statement. It added that Napolitano granted the pardon "in the first place" because of policy changes by US President Barack Obama, allowing him to "resolve a delicate situation" with a friendly country.

Italy pardons US officer in CIA rendition case


04 Apr 2013

A U.S. military pilot was killed when his F-16 fighter jet crashed while on a night flight over mountainous terrain in Afghanistan, officials said Thursday. There was no indication of enemy fire in the area at the time of the Wednesday's crash, in the east of the country. "While the cause of the crash is under investigation, initial reporting indicates there was no insurgent activity in the area at the time of the crash," an official with the U.S.-led international coalition, ISAF, said in a statement.
US pilot killed in F-16 fighter jet crash in Afghanistan


04 Apr 2013

The U.S. military on Thursday formally welcomed the return to South Korea of a battalion equipped to deal with nuclear, biological and chemical attacks, just hours after North Korea announced its military had the go-ahead to hit American interests with nuclear weapons. Unlike recent U.S. displays of military might on the Korean Peninsula, the timing of the uncasing and repatching ceremony marking the return of the 23rd Chemical Battalion had been in the works for weeks and was purely coincidental. ...The North, which is also upset about ongoing joint U.S.-South Korea military exercises on the peninsula, has threatened to turn Seoul and Washington, D.C., into a "sea of fire," and declared void the armistice that effectively ended the Korean War.

Chemical unit back in South Korea; timing coincidental


06 April 2013

[about his lame affair - not his war crimes]

FBI agents interviewed ex-CIA chief David Petraeus to probe whether secret files had been passed to the woman at the center of the scandal that brought him down, USA Today reported. Petraeus, America's most celebrated military leader in a generation, stepped down in November as head of the spy agency after admitting to an affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell. FBI spokeswoman Jacqueline Maguire told AFP that agents conducted "law enforcement activity" in northern Virginia.

FBI interviews ex-CIA chief Petraeus


06 Apr 2013

A major 7.2 earthquake struck the eastern Indonesian province of Papua, the US Geological Survey said, sending panicked crowds running into the streets. There were no immediate reports of damage and no tsunami warning was issued after the quake struck on land at 1.42pm local time today at a depth of 75km, 272km west-southwest of provincial capital Jayapura, the USGS said. Local seismologists had measured the quake at 7.2.
05 Apr 2013
A teenager who is suspected to be part of hacking collective Anonymous has been apprehended in Australia. The unnamed 17 year-old has been charged with "unauthorised access to computer data," and has appeared in Parramatta Children's Court today over allegations that they have committed "serious offences" on the behalf of hacktivist collective Anonymous. The Australia's Federal Police (AFP) issued a statement over the matter, saying that a search warrant was issued at the youth's home in Glenmore Park, New South Wales, in November last year.
05 Apr 2013
President Obama next week will take the political risk of formally proposing cuts to Social Security and Medicare in his annual budget in an effort to demonstrate his willingness to compromise with Republicans [because he is one] and revive prospects for a long-term deficit-reduction deal, administration officials say. Besides the tax increases that most Republicans continue to oppose, Mr. Obama's budget will propose a new inflation formula that would have the effect of reducing cost-of-living payments for Social Security benefits, though with financial protections for low-income and very old beneficiaries, administration officials said. The idea, known as chained C.P.I., has infuriated some Democrats and advocacy groups to Mr. Obama's left, and they have already mobilized in opposition. [Yes, and it can't be the usual petition-writing 'opposition.' We need a full-blown insurgency.]
05 Apr 2013
President Obama in no way mean to "diminish" California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris' credentials when he described her as "by far the best-looking attorney general in the country" during a talk, his spokesman said Friday. The White House was responding to criticism over the remark, which some found to be sexist. On Friday, the president apologized for the remark. "He called her to apologize for the distraction created by his comments," spokesman Jay Carney told reporters. [Barack Obama made the Kamala Harris comment to provide the lamestream media with a distraction for his slashing Social Security and Medicare.]
05 Apr 2013
Kansas legislators gave final passage to a sweeping anti-abortion measure Friday night, sending Gov. Sam Brownback a bill that declares life begins "at fertilization" while blocking tax breaks for abortion providers and banning abortions performed solely because of the baby's sex. The House voted 90-30 for a compromise version of the bill reconciling differences between the two chambers, only hours after the Senate approved it, 28-10. The Republican governor is a strong abortion opponent, and supporters of the measure expect him to sign it into law so that the new restrictions take effect July 1.
 05 Apr 2013
Crowds of visitors wait at the Alaska Zoo every day to see Kali, the orphaned [because a terrorist shot and killed his mother] polar bear, playing in the snow. He is certainly cute enough to make the wait worthwhile. But from the outside of the cage, none will get the up close and personal look that the zoo's resident photographer John Gomes gets. The photographer was there from the moment that the airplane carrying Kali landed near the zoo on March 13.
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