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Family Injustice

The 14th Amendment of the Constitution assures that no State shall "deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law." Family Court routinely deprives citizens of their children and assets without due process. Men are evicted from their homes without a hearing. Family Law enables the court to violate citizen's rights under color of law by using the subjective "best interests of the children" as the overriding principle. The Court has held that the deprivation of fundamental liberty rights 'for even minimal periods of time, unquestionably constitutes irreparable injury.' --Elrod v. Burns, 96 S.Ct. 2673; 427 U.S. 347, (1976).

Family Court is in the business of destroying families, because that is in the "best interests of the judges, lawyers, district attorneys, social workers, bureaucratic police and many others" who earn their living off of the "divorce industry." From the moment one party files for divorce the state offers no provision for the other party to attempt to resolve misunderstandings and save the marriage. The filing party is advised by their attorney to have no direct contact with the other party -- under threat of a domestic violence "harassment" charge -- thus assuring any misunderstandings will persist throughout the divorce process.

This is the Family Court Services investigation that was preformed by Rosie Anderson. The two links below allow you to review the complete report as submitted to the courts as well as a breakdown of the errors committed. As you will clearly see from the report itself, Ms. Anderson was bias from the very start of the investigation. This is one twisted woman, to allow herself to be manipulated to the point where she (in many instances) intentionally invents her own version of what the father/respondents actually said. She also completely ignored the numerous inconsistent statements turned in by the petitioner as well as her witnesses and friends. Ms. Anderson also purposely withheld information, and failed to investigate information that would help the father's case. 

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