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Court system unfair to men hurt by domestic abuses

July 9, 2011
The Marietta Times

Violence Against Women Act is gender biased only recognizing the female. Despite a continual barrage of reports about how epidemic domestic violence has become, most men and women are law abiding citizens, loving spouses and caring parents. DV advocates promote the myth women live in constant terror of violence from men, fanning the flames of gender warfare. Nearly 40 percent of domestic violence victims are men (Family Law week; Gender feminists contend they can't assert power and control over men so she is the victim of his abuse giving women the right to file unproven accusations for restraining orders ruining the man, his good name and reputation. Parental kidnapping laws are ignored keeping the woman from facing felony, contempt and refusal to abide by custody decree charges; Jobs and Family Service step in using tax payer money to assist by moving women and children to another state where she can again file lies protected through VAWA and state agencies. Years pass, the mother continues abuse keeping children from having contact with their father depriving him of all his parental rights. She can break the law and still keep custody.



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