The Genocide of Battered Mothers and their Children

PARENTAL ALIENATION ADDRESSED ON THE HUFFINGTON POST: RICHARD WARSHAK – FREE ZONE, COMMENTS NOT CENSORED

In domestic law on December 4, 2010 at 4:54 pm

The television show “Law & Order” used the term “parental alienation syndrome” in a recent show, and it was addressed in a post on The Huffington Post. Thankfully, Dr. Richard Warshak did not write this post, so comments are being allowed. Matter of fact, I have put the same comments I had put on Warshak’s article and he censored, but they were allowed on this current article. Please stop by the article here to post your own comments on this.

Parental Alienation: Law & Order Tackles The Topic
Huffington Post | Sara Wilson Posted: 12- 2-10 09:22 PM

Parental Alienation doesn’t often make it to Prime Time.

The term–which is well known in child custody circles, and refers children who internalize one parent’s attacks against the other parent and become negative toward the hated parent in turn–showed up on last night’s episode of NBC’s “Law & Order: Los Angeles“, where it was used as a motivation for murder in a criminal trial.

On the show, Deputy District Attorney Jonah ‘Joe’ Dekker (Terrence Howard), argues that a wife poisoned her son against her golfer husband so virulently that the son actually murdered the husband’s alleged girlfriend on the mother’s behalf.

In one clip, Dekker introduces the argument, to which the defendant’s lawyer is incredulous: “Parental Alienation Syndrome? What the hell is that?”

To which Dekker responds, “In layman’s terms…it’s one parent brainwashing the child into hating the other parent. In this case hating to the point of committing murder for the other parent.”

Amplify’d from rightsformothers.com

In the clip below, the wife and son are questioned during trial. The judge later throws out the argument: “PAS is off the table,” she says.

To which Dekker responds, “In layman’s terms…it’s one parent brainwashing the child into hating the other parent. In this case hating to the point of committing murder for the other parent.”

In one clip, Dekker introduces the argument, to which the defendant’s lawyer is incredulous: “Parental Alienation Syndrome? What the hell is that?”

Read more at rightsformothers.com

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