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Fathers key to success
Saturday, October 5, 2002, Caroline Milburn, The Age
"Children whose fathers regularly looked after them during their infancy and preschool years were more self-disciplined and had better social skills..."

Father's rights: Group fights to help divorced dads
Friday, October 25, 2002, Kate Hogan, Sentinel and Enterprise
Story about Steve Basile and the courageous project of the Fatherhood Coalition to gather information on the discrimination of the issuance of restraining orders. The identification of this discrimination was so blatant, so obvious, and so unconstitutional the women's movement got the state government to prevent any further exposure. However, the results are being presented and are expected to be published.

Abuse by women often not reported
Thursday, October 24, 2002, Valarie Gibson, Toronto Sun
Even more recognition of the gender feminist lies.

Re: Judge's Decision a Smokescreen, George Jonas, Oct. 21.
Tuesday, October 22, 2002, Roland De Vries, National Post
Support for Jonas position in this letter to the editor outlining the comments of the Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada in which she maintains that the judiciary have absolute power over every aspect of a Canadian's life. The letter ends with hope, when there is little with the current bunches in Ottawa.
Judge's decision a smokescreen
Monday, October 21, 2002, George Jonas, National Post
Article about judges who feel that they have the right to override all personal behaviour, freedoms and responsibilities at the whim of the judiciary.

Flawed Court Report Reveals Feminist Desperation
Tuesday, October 29, 2002, Wendy McElroy, Fox News
More on the California NOW's excuse for a report -- even the "reissued" report to expand and cover up some of the major and obvious deficiencies -- on the family law courts. You can see PDF copies of the original report and the revised report (much bigger in file size) here.
Fathers Bear the Brunt of Gender Bias in Family Courts
Monday, July 29, 2002, Dianna Thompson and Glenn Sacks, Insight Magazine
More of the truth that NOW must hide to justify its propaganda.
Put Up or Shut Up
Tuesday, July 9, 2002, Wendy McElroy, Fox News
McElroy challenges NOW to defend the lies. Of course, this type of garbage cannot stand the life of inspection -- and the corrupt minions will return to the muck.
NOW Court Report Lacks Facts
Tuesday, July 2, 2002, Wendy McElroy, Fox News
Comments on the quarter-truths of the California section of the National Organization of Women. So does a collection of purposeful lies with a dash of truth produce anything useful.
Custody Decisions Biased Toward Men, NOW Says
Wednesday, June 26, 2002, Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, Los Angeles Times
NOW says family court corrupt, harms children
Tuesday, June 25, 2002, Troy Anderson, Los Angeles Daily News
While FACT would agree on the corruption of family court and the harm done to children, this report is so fantastically gender-biased and factually incorrect, that it is too corrosive to stock the outhouse or put on the bottom of a bird cage. However, one would note one thing from the sludge that the feminist groups such as this present -- what they complain about is actually what their current policy is. This is but one reason these women will not stand up and even try to defend the indefensible abuse in the report. You can read this pile on their website at http://www.canow.org/fam.html.

Bad agreements should be broken, Supreme Court told
Wednesday, October 30, 2002, Kirk Makin, The Globe and Mail
Of course, it was a good agreement, with tons of counsel available to both.
Top court to probe separation agreements
Tuesday, October 29, 2002, Kirk Makin, The Globe and Mail
High court to rule on divorce finality
Monday, October 28, 2002, Janice Tibbetts, canada.com
Court to rule on reopening divorce deals
Monday, October 28, 2002, Janice Tibbetts, The Ottawa Citizen
Courts about to "decide" on the Miglin case that the Ontario Court of Appeal decided that brutalising a man in divorce must never be alloed to end. Of course, the decision is already made. You can read it in Chief Justice McLachlin's speech, or the next article:
Abella prediction at L'Heureux-Dubé retirement dinner:
Monday, July 22, 2002, Michael Fitz-James, Law Times
If there ever was a delusion that hte courts worked honestly without gender prejudice here is another pieceof overwhelming evidence that it simply is not so. "All in fun" is mocking what Canadians no longer have, courtesy of a powerful clique of the judiciary that extends up and into the Supreme Court of Canada. If you read Chief Justice (of Canada) McLachlin's speech in respect of this, you can easily see where her mind is. In the meantime in a society with a modicum of justice and decorum in it, one might wonder how Justice Rosalie Silverman Abella manages to hang on to her job behaving like this in front of her boss Chief Justice (of Ontario) Roy McMurtry.

Mums hard-working, but happy
Thursday, October 31, 2002, Herald Sun (Australia)
Despite the claptrap from the victimisation people, women are also happiest as productive contributing members of a (traditional) family.

Children in court divorce disputes 'worse off'
Wednesday, October 30, 2002, Lorna Duckworth, The Independent
Lawyers who go to court destroy everyone in the family -- but they get rich from the blood. The report on contact after divorce is available in PDF format at http://www.jrf.org.uk/bookshop/eBooks/1842630938.pdf.

Men behaving sadly
Wednesday, October 30, 2002, Mark Metherell, Sydney Morning Herald
Austalia opens a help line for depressed men -- and get overwhelmed with the response.

Suicide link to divorce
Tuesday, October 29, 2002, Penrith Star (Australia)
The abuse men face in divorce pushes the suicide rate up. In Australia, it has been estimated that 70% of suicides are relationship related. In Canada, the suicide rate for divorced men is estimated to be 12-16 times the rate for women -- which makes it close to the same rate here.

The future of the family is hanging by a thread
Tuesday, October 29, 2002, Slinger, Toronto Star
Amazing -- intelligence at the Star that knows the chaos the Star leads people into.

Politics of abuse
Tuesday, October 29, 2002, Tresa McBee, Northwest Arkansas Times
The farce of domestic violence politics. More and more people and papers see the dark side.

Courts cannot patch up disintegrating families
Monday, October 28, 2002, Deborah Orr, The Independent
Great article on the adversarial system and the victims of it.

Barring orders: let's be fair
Monday, October 28, 2002, Mary T. Cleary, Irish Examiner
AMEN!
Supreme Court declares interim barring orders unconstitutional
Thursday, October 10, 2002, Carol Coulter, Irish Times
Ireland declares automatic, time-indefinite restraining orders to be unconstitutional. Now, if there there was a rational court system in Canada....

Woman convicted of beating husband released on bond
Monday, October 28, 2002, NBC 4 - News
Convicted killer out of jail for appeal. Of course, the she was only found guilty of "aggravated assault" -- it was only her disabled husband of 2 days that she killed. Such is justice.

Domestic abuse groups dispute status of claims by men
Monday, October 28, 2002, Farah Stockman, Boston Globe
Despite the frequency of the identified murdered of men by women -- let alone those not identified -- women's groups insist that the pile of bodies does not exist. Of course, that is simply to ensure that the pile of money and power goes to the shelters.

`Custody' may mean `not dad's'
Sunday, October 27, 2002, Ross Werland, Chicago Tribune
The bias of the family courts is everywhere.

Divorce disclosures pose new risks for companies
Sunday, October 27, 2002, Forbes Magazine
The idiotic machinations of legislators, judges and the bureaucracy threatens the economy directly by destroying companies.

Infidelity might get expensive
Saturday, October 26, 2002, Cristin Schmitz, The Ottawa Citizen
Ontario Superior Court Justice Peter Howden is at it again. Here is a guy who paid child support for a child born to his girlfriend, who ne never lived with, and in fact is married to someone else (as the girlfriend knew). Now he is supposed to pay spousal support for some golddigger he never married or cohabitted with? This has gotten ridiculous. From now on, any judge who has anyone in his court should be made to pay spousal support -- irregardless of how many deemed spouses are involved. Maybe these turkeys will figure it out one day.

Ottawa perjurer sent to jail
Friday, October 25, 2002, CBC News
Abuser of men, Kathy Fordham, encouraged by the courts and the bureaucracy is finally sent to jail by Justice Romel Masse. This woman is such dumb, bad news the length of time it took the courts to deal with it, while sending men to jail, shows just how hard they try to ensure that women don't get blamed.
Canada's prisoner of conscience
Thursday, August 30, 2001, Margaret Wente, The Globe and Mail
Accuser Fordham says she'll take lie test
Thursday, August 30, 2001, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
Lying seems to be her way of life. I wonder if she would be detected given this woman.
Innocent man finally gets chance at polygraph
Wednesday, August 29, 2001, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa police refused a polygraph test when he was trying to prove his innocence. Now that he is innocent, they want him to take one. You think that they anticipate the law suit against them?
How many more Jamie Nelsons?
Wednesday, August 29, 2001, Nathaniel Stone, The Ottawa Citizen
No justice
Wednesday, August 29, 2001, Eeva Sodhi, The Ottawa Citizen
Man acquitted of rape faces accuser
Tuesday, August 28, 2001, Don Campbell and Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
Attends court while Fordham is trying to reverse her admission of uttering death threats (to someone else).
Wrongly jailed man strikes back
Saturday, August 25, 2001, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
Nelson files a complaint with the police about Fordham. Only with supreme pressure from the public will the police do anything.
Raped by the system
Saturday, August 25, 2001, Editorial, National Post
A right on editorial. Who is responsible for Mr. Nelson's "rape, assault, and forcible confinement"? Who is accountable?
Police probe false accuser
Saturday, August 25, 2001, Lisa Lisle, Toronto Sun
Come on. They already probed her and that is why Jamie Nelson is no longer in chains too much of his existence. The probed her in the past too. They just don't do anything because the "(in)justice" systems rewards this type of behaviour.
Man who served 3 years retroactively acquitted
Friday, August 24, 2001, The Globe and Mail
Man cleared in 5 minutes after 1,047 days in prison
Friday, August 24, 2001, Harold Levy, Toronto Star
An innocent man
Friday, August 24, 2001, Sam Pazzano, Toronto Sun
Man jailed for 2½ years acquitted retroactively
Friday, August 24, 2001, John Saunders, The Globe and Mail
Wrongfully convicted
Friday, August 24, 2001, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
Dismissed, but lying accuser, Cathy Fordham, will likely never be charged and little compensation will be paid for ruining Jamie Nelson's life -- and the lives of his children. This is the "justice" in Canada for Nelson...and the many others wrongly imprisoned under discreditted "recovered memories" (they are there still courtesy of Minister Ann McLellan) and other, purposeful or not, false accusations.
'A cautionary tale' on courtroom honesty
Friday, August 24, 2001, Christie Blatchford, National Post
Blatchford filling in the details of Jamie Nelson's shameful conviction. "This was 1996: Advocates for sexual assault centres were in full flight; police forces across the country were getting the message that women did not lie about this sort of thing and that they should treat such allegations as gospel. Jamie Nelson was ripe for the plucking. He was plucked; the tie went to the girl." Allegations are still treated as gospel and many more men are wrongfully imprisoned by biased and dishonest judges.
Woman's actions 'gross abuse of power'
Tuesday, December 12, 2000, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
A prior article about Cathy Fordham. False accusations destroy a man, and judge says there is more than enough evidence for jail. However, another abuse of power again refuses to put a woman in jail for such horrendous crimes...and does not require any compensation to the victim. The abuse of judicial power is alive and well.
A woman who strikes fear in criminals
Tuesday, August 8, 2000, Jake Rupert, The Ottawa Citizen
A prior article about Cathy Fordham.How bad does it get? All these men wrongfully accused and persecuted -- all from one disturbed social worker with a mission directly contrary to her job. It sure shows how the "social workers" don't.

Private lives
Friday, October 25, 2002, The Guardian
Some letters to the Guardian in the UK. There problems are just like in Canada, in the US, in Australia, in New Zealand....everywhere.

Ex-teacher has Enough! of certain feminists
Friday, October 25, 2002, Sue Montgomery, Montreal Gazette
Every now and then you run across a really pathetic rant by some idiotic gender feminist -- well, many of them are which is why they hide in the dark. This is one of the pathetic rants about pathetic rants. Everyone needs some humour.

Small gets 70 years for husband's murder
Friday, October 25, 2002, Walter Griffin, Bangor Daily News
"Norma Small, the grandmother who hired a gunman to kill her husband two decades ago..."

Christian 'exposed to contempt'
Thursday, October 24, 2002, Francine Dubé, National Post
UBC "left wing" professors worm to cover up their blatant discrimination. Of course, this got press because it was a woman being discriminated against.

Divorce Case Behind Muhammad's Arrest
Thursday, October 24, 2002, Fox News
As the story of the murdering Washington snipers unfold we see the story -- a man consumed by divorces and the stealing of his children. It does break people.

Celeb publicist in jail
Thursday, October 24, 2002, Toronto Sun
Rich girl, Lizzie Grubman, who decided to drive over a bunch of pedestrians while having a snit is off to jail.

Rules set for child-beater
Thursday, October 24, 2002, Toronto Sun
Child beater, Madelyne Toogood, gets rules to regain custody of child. You think that a man would have gotten anything except jail time and continued harassment by the "Children's Aid", who would destroy the poor child. (see September 2002 for more news on this case.)

Charges laid in tot's fall
Thursday, October 24, 2002, Ian Robertson, Toronto Sun
Mother who took off on her 3 year old, who fell from their apartment, being charged with abandonment. Thankfully, this little girl survived her parent. Note that this was a Mom -- so no name.

Michigan woman killed daughters, self
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, United Press International (UPI)
Mother kills kids in tub
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Toronto Sun
Michelle Lee Vorase drowns her two baby daughters and then shoots herself while Dad was at work. Police surprised -- women who kill others rarely kill themselves too.

Decision delayed on third murder trial
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, canada.com
Try and try again for an acquital, but this woman, Ludmila Ilina, keeps getting convicted of killing her husband.

Periodic parents ignored
Saturday, October 26, 2002, David Osterman, National Post
Excellent letter identifying one of the many flaws in the Statistics Canada spin on life.
Census recognizes gay couples
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Maureen Murray, Toronto Star
Yep, after much political pressure recognised...and the number is found to be miniscule.
Marriage loses lustre for couples
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Nicholas Keung, Toronto Star
No marriage, no kids, and more separations. Life as it is becoming in Canada.
Family's a vanishing breed in city
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Elaine Carey, Toronto Star
Childless is more likely for urban residents.
Census reports more Canadians are home alone
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Dawn Walton, The Globe and Mail
More and more Canadians are avoiding "intimate" relations -- more living alone.
Aloneness becomes normal
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Anne Kingston, National Post
'Nuclear family has been atomized.' Unfortunately, there is little to rethink because the ensuing birth rate is so low, there will be nothing of this madness left -- thank goodness.
25% of households have only one person
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Francine Dubé, National Post
As relationships are destroyed, people are trained not to be in relationships. This is the key that "government leadership" has created. Undoubtedly, this will be Jean Chretien's legacy.
Common-law families on the rise
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Tom Arnold, National Post
...but rising more slowly than traditional familes are disappearing.
Junior's at home and grandma's alone
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Erin Anderssen, The Globe and Mail
The young avoid relationships and stay at home. After Grandpa's kicked it, there is no spare room from Grandma.
Two-parent households are waning
Wednesday, October 23, 2002, Tom Arnold, National Post
Census charts the dissolution of Canadian society. Make no mistake, this is not a redefinition of a family, this is the creation of an environment well-known to damage children on a national basis.
Census includes gay, lesbian households for first time
Tuesday, October 22, 2002, National Post
...and finds that they are insignificant (as expected).
More twenty-somethings still living with the 'rents
Tuesday, October 22, 2002, National Post
More younger people recognise the danger and horror that relationships have become -- and choose to forget about them.
Families growing less traditional
Tuesday, October 22, 2002, National Post
Not growing, they are shrinking as the government has gotten into the business of relationship destruction.

Battered Women's Syndrome: Science or Sham?
Tuesday, October 22, 2002, Wendy McElroy, Fox News
Typical celebration of domestic violence month by the gender feminists -- reward the battering women.

Dissenting view a judicial benchmark?
Monday, October 21, 2002, Kirk Makin
Looking at a possible schism in the Canadian Supreme Court -- between the wannabe tyrants and those who figure that the Supreme Court has a job related to justice.
Public fear overrides right to bail: court
Friday, October 11, 2002, Janice Tibbetts, National Post
'McLachlin says citizens' confidence in judicial system must be preserved.' Of course, it is clear that the judicial system is moving to be the new Canadian dictatorship, who brooks no opposition, so we can be confident that the courts will remain bad and public can continue to hold the judges in low repute. Just wonderful.
Public concern sufficient to deny bail, court rules
Friday, October 11, 2002, Kirk Makin, The Globe and Mail
Supreme Court judges seems not to realise that the vigilant action may well be about the tyranny of the Supreme Court.
SOC upholds bail law
Thursday, October 10, 2002, Canoe News
Canadian Supreme Court decides that the Charter of Rights and Freedoms is irrelevant and that judges can keep people in jail indefinitely on their whim. That goodness a few have enough of a conscience to oppose this insanity -- but not the Chief Justice and 4 others. You can read about this strange justice here.

Measures target 'paternity fraud'
Sunday, October 20, 2002, Robert E. Pierre, Boston Globe
COurts and the government support fraudulent lies of fatherhood -- and American data tends to show 30% of children may not be the child of the man that their mother identifies.

Public fear can now deny bail to accused
Saturday, October 19, 2002, Mindelle Jacobs, Edmonton Sun
Wonderful Supreme excuse for a Court decides that arbitary jailing for made-up reasons is just fine, despite the Charter of Rights and Freedom. At least, there was a strong opposition in the Court -- some of the judges will actually do their job rather than trying out for dictator. And The Right Honourable Beverly McLachlin wonders why under the Courts get so little respect.

Baby gloom
Saturday, October 19, 2002, Michael Hanlon, The Spectator
The lie of feminism -- that women can have children much later in life.

Women are still victims: Clarkson
Saturday, October 19, 2002, Toronto Star
The Governor-General of Canada continues the lie...

Woman charged after husband dies from bite wounds
Saturday, October 19, 2002, Daily Southtown (Chicago area's Southland)
U.S. woman accused of biting husband to death
Friday, October 18, 2002, Toronto Star
Wife Allegedly Bites Husband To Death For Sex Refusal
Thursday, October 17, 2002, NBC 4 - News
Kelli Pratt kills her common law husband for refusing her sex. He managed to call 911 screaming as she was killing him. So what where the charges? -- suspicion of elder abuse, domestic violence and assault on a police officer.

Mom gets $15Gs a month
Friday, October 18, 2002, Sam Pazzano, Toronto Sun
The Sun is slow...
Fashion guru to pay record child support
Tuesday, October 15, 2002, Cristin Schmitz, National Post
Canada's best known golddigger, Kaarina Pakka, who went out purposefully to get pregnant and to live the rest of her life off a rich man, and who relentlessly pursued the courts when they rejected her purposeful greed. Pakka obviously found a judge in Justice Frances Kiteley who decided against all reason and simply ordered that rich men should be mistreated. So Peter Nygard is now paying $15,091 per month (over $181,000 after tax). Kiteley decides that this is appropriate becaue the boy's basic needs are $6,454 per month (less than half and the average income for three Canadian families). Who in their right minds could every justify this?

Canada Accedes to the Optional Protocol to the UN Women's Convention (CEDAW)
Friday, October 18, 2002, Canadain Department of Justice
Once again, the Government of Canada toes the line of the feminist groups that have infliterated it so widely.

Fetal-defence case stirs abortion debate
Friday, October 18, 2002, National Post
The inanity of a system where women are free to destroy a foetus as a simply "a mass of protoplasm" and yet be justified in killing if they chose to same the same mass. This isn't debate, this is insanity.

Defence blames murder victim's hubby
Thursday, October 17, 2002, Sam Pazzano, Toronto Sun
Spouse: I didn't kill wife
Wednesday, October 16, 2002, Sam Pazzano, Toronto Sun
Murder trial hears of assault by wife
Wednesday, October 16, 2002, Jane Gadd, The Globe and Mail
Ex-spoouse being accused of killing abusive spouse -- by the accused killer. Husbands are always a convenient scapegoat, even the abused ones. Hear anyone crying about revictimising the victim?

Society protects children from everything except themselves
Wednesday, October 16, 2002, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
About the kids you cannot protect against themselves -- what the CAS culture has produced.
Child protection has become a growth industry in Ontario
Saturday, October 12, 2002, Dave Brown, The Ottawa Citizen
Here we have an industry that is taking 54% more children than they were 5 years ago, and paid by the head. It IS an industry.

Women close job-stability gap
Wednesday, October 16, 2002, Darrne Yourk, The Globe and Mail
Apparently women starting to stay at their jobs longer -- well, one more year any ways.

Divorce study finds therapy for parents helps children
Wednesday, October 16, 2002, Dawn Walton, The Globe and Mail
Typical Globe and Mail misstatement these days. It therapy for Mom that helps. (In fairness, in this feminist study Dad was ignored and not helped, so we don't know about him.)

Liking yourself is good - right?
Tuesday, October 15, 2002, Robert Fulford, National Post
'Importance of self-esteem an idea whose time has past.' Well, so much for the pop crap that we used to distort the thinking of two generations.

Nondads bearing DNA proof left to pay by Davis veto
Sunday, October 13, 2002, Jenifer B. McKim, The Orange County Register
...and the stereotypes of politicians continue.... IN Davin's California crime is good.
California Governor Davis Preserves and Protects Paternity Fraud
Thursday, October 3, 2002, Glenn Sacks and Dianna Thompson, Orange County Register
California governor supporter of fraud. He figures it is in the best interests of children to teach them to steal -- as if they will all becme politicians.

How public cat fights are undermining sisterhood
Sunday, October 13, 2002, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, The Independent
How destructive nature of the new "gender feminism" is also self-destructive. The problem when spreading hate is that it doesn't stop.

Mother charged in infant's death
Saturday, October 12, 2002, Montreal Gazette
Shaken baby -- and they charged the perpetrator, the mother, with a severe charge -- manslaughter. How unusual.

Justices of the peace under fire
Saturday, October 12, 2002, Richard Brennan, Toronto Star
"Too many justices of the peace in Ontario are doing the bare minimum on the job..."

Girl charged in hockey assault must apologize
Saturday, October 12, 2002, Toronto Star
Assaulted another girl -- more of the non-physical stuff that the Star touts for girls. Hmmm....

Dad slain on trip to tot
Saturday, October 12, 2002, Jonathan Kingstone, Toronto Sun
Seeing one's kids can be deadly in Ontario. Man killed, apparently by the mother and her new boyfriend.

Jail for killing abusive hubby
Thursday, October 10, 2002, Sam Pazzano, Toronto Sun
Crack addicted, prostitute who leached off of others in mutually abusive relationships, and who tried to kill the victim before, is presented by the papers are an innocent victim. At least someone recognised it, and she got 6 years -- but we can't be sure she is not out on "time served" already.

Quarter of children at risk: study
Thursday, October 10, 2002,
More than 1.1 million children in Canada at risk -- and the reason it not poverty, it is related to parenting style, how a family functions and whether a mother is depressed -- i.e. the culture of divorce and single parenthood. These feminist bureuacrats and the federal government are determined to destroy the children of Canada.

Single parenthood a monster burden
Thursday, October 10, 2002, Rose Marie Feagin, News Journal (Mansfield, Ohio)
Ron Spon, Juvenile Court judge said, "If you ask me what our greatest threat is to our way of life in America, I would say it's the disintegration of the family as we have known it historically." Some judges got it right.

Down to the whine celler
Thursday, October 10, 2002, Suzanne Fields, TownHall.com
What women want? "The cups that runneth over runneth over with the grapes of rage."

Mother guilty of killing pregnant neighbour
Wednesday, October 9, 2002, John Robertson, The Scotsman
Hilda Robertson sets a fire over a trivial and kills Gail Ross and her unborn baby.

Jail worker faces sex-plot charges
Wednesday, October 9, 2002, Graeme Hamilton, National Post
Lawyer wants charges dropped
Wednesday, October 9, 2002, Montreal Gazette
The lawyer for female corrections officer, Marlene Chalfoun, who plots sexual assaults apparently figures it should be OK because the victims were not known or selected at the time. Hmmmph.

Wife Stabs, Kills Husband. Attorney Says: Don't Call Him Victim
Tuesday, October 8, 2002, Brian Sharp, IA Press-Citizen
Respected doctor, "accidently" stabbed in the heart by his separated spouse, Phyllis Nelson. So some lawyer like William Kutmus takes the easy streotype and tries to make the "accident" self-defense. You think this turkey would "accidently" give us a break?

Teacher faces sex charges
Tuesday, October 8, 2002, Evening Standard (New Zealand)
NZ Judge Michael Crosbie hides the identity of another female teacher sex abuser.

Patel conviction overturned
Monday, October 7, 2002, Lori Coolican, The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon)
Murdering Canadian dentist is let go. Justice is not served yet again.
Dentist who killed husband freed in U.S.
Saturday, February 2, 2002, Darren Bernhardt, National Post
Slaughtered in March 1999, tried in Janaury, 2000 and out of jail now. Heck, it was only her husband she murdered and lied about. Would you go to have her cut your gums?

She's a murderer - end of story
Monday, October 7, 2002, Donna Laframboise, National Post
Great to see Laframboise in the National Post again. This about a female serial killer, Aileen Wuornos, who killed based on gender and has stated she would do so again. She was executed in Florida for the deaths of 6~men. All this despite the pressure from the gender feminists who raised the killer to a cult-hero status.

Family group in call for change to custody laws
Monday, October 7, 2002, Royal Gazette (Bermuda)
The insanity of family law has spread everywhere -- including Bermuda.

New Jersey Woman held in Wantage man's death
Sunday, October 6, 2002, (New Jersey) Daily Record
Slams his head on the bar -- and actually charged with manslaughter! Unusual to see such a severe charge for a woman killing a mere man.

Mother, Teenage Twins Charged In Fatal Beating
Sunday, October 6, 2002, ChannelOklahoma.com
Mom teaches her twins (a boy and a girl). Unfortunately a 42-year-old woman died as a result of the lesson.

Is Minnesota child support unconstitutional?
Sunday, October 6, 2002, Robb Leer, KSTP TV
The realisation that the illegalities propogated by an insane bureaucracy need fixing is starting to permeate even the media. Don't tell me you can't fool all the people all the time? Truth will triumph.

Bambi clues retested
Saturday, October 5, 2002, Toronto Sun
Female ex-police officer turned murderer looking for a DNA test.

Study finds women's mental health benefits just as much as men's in marriage
Friday, October 4, 2002, Emma Ross, canada.com
Reality rears its head -- the feminist bunk about marriage benefitting men and damaging women is shown for the bunk it is. This is an excellent study.

Social worker won't back down
Friday, October 4, 2002, Shane Holladay, Edmonton Sun
Social worker, Clint Digness, says he stands by claims kids under provincial protection suffered abuse.

Mother Jailed for Baby Killings
Friday, October 4, 2002, MX News (Melbourne)
Two more children -- one in the woods, and one in the freezer.

Mom charged in tot's death
Friday, October 4, 2002, Ottawa Sun
Cruel murder alleged
Friday, October 4, 2002, Edmonton Sun
Nakia Burgess charged with murdering her 3 year old Down's Syndrom daughter but strapping her in a sweltering car.

Woman arrested in child’s death
Friday, October 4, 2002, Michael Wright, The Facts
More death.

1 in 4 young male deaths a suicide: study
Friday, October 4, 2002, Melanie Brooks, The Ottawa Citizen
Bulk of violent deaths are suicides, WHO says
Thursday, October 3, 2002, André Picard, The Globe and Mail
WHO identifies that of the 1.6 million violent deaths, 815,000 are suicides.
Suicide is killing as many as murder and war, says WHO
Thursday, October 3, 2002, Jeremy Laurance, The Independent
"Suicide is the greatest single cause of violent death around the globe and almost equalled deaths from homicide and war combined in 2000..." You can see this WHO report in PDF format at http://www5.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/main.cfm?p=0000000682 or get more information at http://www5.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/main.cfm?p=0000000117.

Gatineau girl, 5, found
Friday, October 4, 2002, John Steinbachs, Ottawa Sun
Little girl found in New Brunswick. Our congratualaiotns to the Fredericton police for paying attention.
Cops hunt mom in daughter's kidnap
Thursday, October 3, 2002, John Steinbachs, Ottawa Sun
Mother kidnaps child and takes off with her boyfriend. Of course, they describe the boyfriend, and not the kidnapper. Of course, they figure they are going to Toronto.

Sons found drowned after mother commits suicide
Thursday, October 3, 2002, Matthew Roy, The Virginian-Pilot
Sonita L. Barkley, the pregnant mother, separates from the father and accuses him of abuse. She then drowns the three little boys, ages 4, 3 and 7 months, and then jumps off a bridge. Dad is of course devastated. Can't you hear the judge and cops saying "stuff happens" and brushing off the damage of their gender profiling.

Girlfriend's rape claim doubtful, says killer
Wednesday, October 2, 2002, Sarah Crichton, Sydney Morning Herald
Boy and girlfriend kills man -- he stabbed once, her 12 times -- because the victim supposedly had raped the girl. Now the boyfriend doubts that any rape took place.

Can Abolishing Sole Custody Curb Divorce?
Wednesday, October 2, 2002, Dianna Thompson and Glenn Sacks, The New York Sun
Yep...and a good article about it.

Entrants in 'Perfect Woman' contest must mend fences, change tires, stack hay
Wednesday, October 2, 2002, canada.com
There's another criteria?

Foreclosure eyed as tool in child support
Wednesday, October 2, 2002, Joe Mahr, The Blade (Toledo)
Stripping men's assets move to new highs -- for a new low to the government and the courts.

A Marine takes on HUD
Wednesday, October 2, 2002, Ward Connerly, TownHall.com
Vetran finds discrimination since he is not female or a minority.

Abduction by a parent difficult to stop
Wednesday, October 2, 2002, Joseph Hall, Toronto Star
Says it all. What the articles does not point out is that the majority of abductions are actually by women (at least according to the FBI) -- but this is from the Toronto Star.

Lonely mother adored Tabitha
Wednesday, October 2, 2002, Padraic Murphy, Julie Szego, The Age
Just what happened to baby Tabitha?
Tuesday, October 1, 2002, Padraic Murphy, Julie Szego, The Age
Baby is dead after mother ODs. Excuses made.

Mom cries for Kiana's return
Tuesday, October 1, 2002, Jack Boland, Toronto Sun
Child taken by father to Iran, but she is alright. It may not be an abduction, but not right. Children need both parents. If Kiana stayed in Canada, the odds are the courts would have made the same mistake (and eliminated Dad), but two wrongs make nothing right. How can one deal with systemic discrimination in the joke we call the judiciary?
Girl abducted to Iran amid breakup
Monday, September 30, 2002, Dale Anne Freed, Toronto Star
Another man reacts will full knowledge of divorce. Note that there are no court orders being violated here -- but Toronto Star's bias calls this an abduction, which it is not. We would note however, that this child needs both parents so, while the laws are complied with, this stealing of children is damaging.
Hunt on for dad, daughter
Monday, September 30, 2002, Kevin Masterman, Toronto Sun
Now here is the Sun. Same story and they know what a crime is. The police and the Star are still getting it wrong. Dad got it wrong differently.

Stingy lovers exposed
Tuesday, October 1, 2002, The Age
Lovers dumped before gift-giving times -- so they don't have to buy a present.

Poisonous parenting
Tuesday, October 1, 2002, Maureen Freely, The Guardian
PAS from the UK -- the serious problem is getting recognition.

Teacher faces charge of sexual exploitation
Tuesday, October 1, 2002, Jill Mahoney, The Globe and Mail
A 39 year-old female teacher sexually abusing one of her male students.

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