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The Attempted Murder of David Mabardy

The Attempted Murder of David Mabardy

Amended 27, September 2018 to include Exhibit D – Public Notice – for Declaratory Judgment and Injunction Sent to Massachusetts Department of Internal Affairs Cambridge, Boston,  for Investigation 5-29-2018 Claimant David Michael Mabardy  (Herein The Aggrieved)  claims that U.S. state, corporation of Massachusetts, agency, Department of Children and Families, by it’s employees and other [wo]man sitting as assumed public officials did, do and continue, knowingly, willfully and intentionally without regard for Human Rights commit Attempted Murder against the Aggrieved  with intention…

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Ohio Parenting Time Report Getting Widespread Attention Where It’s Needed Most

Ohio Parenting Time Report Getting Widespread Attention Where It’s Needed Most

NPO’s Ohio Parenting Time Report is getting a lot of media attention in Ohio, with journalists in different counties asking how their county fared and how things can change. Research shows that children do better when they have plenty of time with both parents, and this report is leading those in Ohio to ask, “how can we do better?”  Latest articles: “Report Reveals “Mad Men” Approach to Child Custody in Ohio” Public News Service “Report Shows Child Custody and Visitation Policies…

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Fox Expert Blows it on Shared Parenting

Fox Expert Blows it on Shared Parenting

September 10, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Even Ph.Ds. in psychology don’t get it (Fox News, 9/9/18). Honestly, you’d think Dr. Kevin Leman would, but alas, he doesn’t. If you’re going to advise clients going through divorce (which he does), it would seem to be Job One to, you know, read the literature on the subject. Leman offers some perfectly sound advice to parents about how to deal with their kids during divorce….

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Paternity Fraud and Child Support in New Zealand

Paternity Fraud and Child Support in New Zealand

September 9, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Here’s yet another story that argues persuasively for requiring women to name the father of a child one gives birth to (NewsHub, 4/9/18). An Australian man the article calls Kerry and a woman, Julie, had a one-night stand 20 years ago. She had a child and named Kerry the father. He assumed she was telling the truth. She wasn’t. For the next 18 years, he paid…

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Alabama Senior Citizen Medically Kidnapped and Forced onto Drugs Against Family Wishes

Alabama Senior Citizen Medically Kidnapped and Forced onto Drugs Against Family Wishes

Nancy Scott is very concerned about her mother’s well-being, and now she cannot even talk to her. Photo supplied by family. Commentary by Health Impact News/MedicalKidnap.com Staff Just as Child Protective Services and a judge have almost omnipotent, unchecked power to decide unilaterally that the relationship between a parent and a young child is not worthy of being preserved, Adult Protective Services and a probate judge have the same power to sever the relationship between an adult child and their elderly parent. Sometimes…

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166 skulls found in mass grave in Mexico’s Veracruz – Aljazeera.com

166 skulls found in mass grave in Mexico’s Veracruz – Aljazeera.com

Authorities in Mexico have found at least 166 skulls in a mass grave site in the eastern state of Veracruz. Jorge Winckler, state attorney general, said on Thursday that investigators discovered the remains in 32 graves in the central part of Veracruz, following an August 8 tip from an unidentified person. “Aside from human remains, we have found more than 200 items of clothing, 114 pieces of identification, as well as different accessories and personal items,” Winckler said. He did…

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Idaho Chosen for Pilot Anti Human Trafficking Training / Public … – Public News Service

Idaho Chosen for Pilot Anti Human Trafficking Training / Public … – Public News Service

Idaho’s rural nature could be making it a hot spot for human trafficking. (Free-Photos/Pixabay) September 6, 2018 TWIN FALLS, Idaho – The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has chosen Idaho as one of the sites for a pilot anti-human trafficking training program, and is hosting the session Thursday in Twin Falls. DHS’s National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center is offering the session to people in the health profession to help them identify and respond to the…

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Kentucky Poll Gaining Wide Media Attention to Shared Parenting

Kentucky Poll Gaining Wide Media Attention to Shared Parenting

This poll taken by Public Policy Polling after the passage of the first in the nation shared parenting law in Kentucky shows that voters overwhelmingly support shared parenting after divorce or separation. The poll results are getting a lot of media attention, which is great news for the shared parenting movement! This article through the Public News Service includes an interview with NPO of Kentucky Chair Matt Hale. We will keep our readers updated on these great results for shared parenting around…

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The Opposition to the Concept of Parental Alienation Just Gets More Extreme

The Opposition to the Concept of Parental Alienation Just Gets More Extreme

September 5, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization Do I see the next exhibit on offer by those who seek to convince anyone who’ll listen that parental alienation is junk science and a plot by fathers to wrest custody from “protective mothers?” I just may. Richard Ducote and the various journalists who’ve put forward that nonsense may want to take note. Karin Wolf may be just the person for them. Wolf’s latest shenanigans have…

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