Steve: Two distinguished careers, honors, hard
work, a life time of savings, destroyed by a false
accuser and the system that believed her
Lisa: A divorce from a spouse is not a divorce
from their children, nor should custody decisions
be used as a punishment...
Joseph: When domestic violence is a mental
health rather than criminal issue
Sam: Provincial cronyism, an Extreme Case of
Child Support Fraud and Extortion, January 9, 2009
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|My husband (Dr. Enrique Terrazas) is a victim of
Paternity Fraud. He appeared on Good Morning
America and ABC News Now, as well as, several
interviews for the Times. I applaud you for
fighting. Please don't stop the fight! I want to see
my husband have his day in court and receive
restitution for all his suffering. These women are
despicable and are not fit mothers. Shame on
anyone who supports the lie.
Mia Terrazas - January 22, 2007
Pretty much every day, one or more sagas come our way about continuing
nightmares with the "System" about all sorts of things, like paternity fraud;
gender biased family court mediation reports, child custody awards, amount
of child support, denial of rights, being prevented from testifying on one's
own behalf, wrongful arrests for domestic violence, not being arrested for
domestic violence, the "Bail Racket" for family violence related arrests... We
decided to start sharing these with you. Each is disturbing, some are
frightening, and all will be hard to believe. If you would like to share your
sage please send it in for consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org. We call
them "sagas" because all too often once one becomes involved with the
System there seems to be no end to the drama and destruction.
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THE TARGET/ALIENATED PARENT IN PAS
Children are about twice as likely to form PAS
type alignments with their mothers as they are
with their fathers (3, 5, 6, 9). Similarly, fathers
are more likely than mothers to become target
parents, especially when abuse is falsely
alleged (19-23). These and other gender
differences were also discussed in Part I.
Some fathers who become target or rejected
parents in PAS give up and withdraw,
contributing to the significant dropout rate of
fathers after divorce. Others persist in their
efforts to establish and maintain a meaningful
post-divorce relationship with their children
despite daunting obstacles. What motivates
these men to persist in their efforts to father,
despite rejection, calumny and protracted
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC
PSYCHOLOGY, VOLUME 15, NUMBER 3,
THE SPECTRUM OF PARENTAL ALIENATION
SYNDROME (PART II)
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