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Children’s Aid Society (CAS) Feminist Social Workers Still At It

21 Apr
Justice is blind, or, at least, it should be. (Source: http://www.photo-dictionary.com/photofiles/list/7606/10212statue_of_justice.jpg)

Justice is blind, or, at least, it should be. (Source: http://www.photo-dictionary.com/photofiles/list/7606/10212statue_of_justice.jpg)

Those who’ve followed this blog (and especially those who’ve read the manuscript for my forthcoming book) know my feelings about feminist child “protection” social workers. In the jurisdiction where I live—Ontario, Canada—, child protection agencies are officially known as Children’s Aid Societies, or CAS for short. These odious feminist entities are borderline above the law, and they know it.

As I discovered to my horror back in 2008, feminists have rigged key definitions and practices in the mandatory Child Protection Standards in Ontario regulatory document. Since 2007, if a mother does not win custody of the kids in divorce (and hence the child support payments), then it is considered child ‘abuse,’ especially if mother is a child abuser. This is to rationalize malicious feminist interference in divorce custody on mothers’ behalf via fraudulent child ‘protection’ action on a province-wide scale.

For those who might be inclined to think that I exaggerate in my analysis of Ontario’s Matriarchal feminist child protection system, consider this recent column by the National Post’s Barb Kay entitled “Children’s Aid Societies gone rogue.”

Here are the highlights of this 154 day case:

– In 2010, the London-Middlesex CAS applied to protect three boys (5, 12, and 15) after a parental separation.

– Mother vilified Father, claiming: he had emotionally abused her; that he was a sexual abuser; and that he was a murderer who tried to exploit the kids to try and kill the mother.

– Mother, no surprise, turned out to be unreliable and manipulative. [Nav: Probably covert narcissist or borderline personality disorder]

– The CAS ignored the boys’ repeated reports of Mother’s “… violence, alcoholism and sexual indiscretions.”

– The mother eventually resorted to alleging that the oldest son tried to kill her, which brought the matter to criminal court.

– Luckily, there was a good judge on the case, Mr. Justice Harper (Where were you in 2008!). Justice Harper slammed the CAS as being the driving force behind the trial and being an advocate for mother (remember, a CAS is only supposed to protect children). He stuck the CAS with 2/3’s of the record $1.4M court costs, and assigned mother the other 1/3 ($604,500).

– The London-Middlesex CAS’s notes referred to Mother as their “client.”

– Mandatory CAS document sharing for court was discovered to be running a year late.

– One CAS supervisor, tasked with providing documents to lawyers, removed 475 pages of notes, emails, records, and summaries from the file. This should be a criminal offence.

– Justice Harper felt that the kids were permanently scarred by all of this, and that “This was exacerbated by the actions of the Society, some police officers, some women’s groups, a school board and her employers … many of whom accepted without any level of scrutiny the (woman’s) self-reports.”

– Justice Harper noted that the CAS had acted in bad faith. This means that the CAS workers involved in this case do not necessarily enjoy the “Good Samaritan” clause protection of Ontario’s Child and Family Services Act. [My opinion.]

– Barb Kay gets, on average, one CAS horror story a week.

It is this systemic and fraudulent feminist child “protection” scam that The Mirror, Book One – Welcome to the Evil Sisterhood will be exposing. I suspect that it is going to make for an interesting if unpleasant read for good judges like Justice Harper. God as my Witness, I will expose this heinous practice for all the world to see.

Dr. Amy Baker, Ph.D. – Parental Alienation Expert

2 Sep

Due to my military background, I was quick to get “SA” (situational awareness) once I learned that my estranged wife’s rabid campaign to have our kids reject me had a name: parental alienation. As it turns out, there is a cadre of world-class experts in the field, and they pretty much all know one another.

One of these experts is Dr. Amy Baker, Ph.D. Amy came to Ontario, Canada in 2009 to testify as an expert at my divorce trial. She was accepted by the court as an expert in child-parent relationships and parental alienation. Amy’s testimony was exceptionally strong, in that her evidence explained how parental alienation was child abuse. She used language and terms that were virtually identical to Ontario’s child protection law.

This is probably why the judge had to scuttle the trial. She threatened me from chambers with not seeing my two badly alienated sons for another six months if I didn’t drop the trial. I hadn’t seen them for nearly 14 months by that point, also because of judicial malfeasance.

Amy is very intelligent, compassionate, and a killer-good expert witness. She’s someone that every target (victim) parent of alienation, every lawyer dealing with alienation cases, and adults who suspect they may have been alienated as kids should know about.

Here’s where you can find her: http://www.amyjlbaker.com/ . She responds to emails.

It’s people like Amy that help alienated parents regain faith in humanity and have hope for an otherwise bleak future.