The Genocide of Battered Mothers and their Children

A Nation of Motherless Children? | Janie McQueen, Author and Divorce Gamesmanship Expert

In domestic law on April 14, 2013 at 10:04 pm

http://janiemcqueen.com/a-nation-of-motherless-children/ A Nation of Motherless Children? http://janiemcqueen.com/a-nation-of-motherless-children/ “In some of the more severely manipulated cases, the tables were turned on mothers who sought to protect their children from abusive fathers; they were punished in family court and by the abusive parent. Many are limited to a couple hours’ supervised visitation every two weeks. They don’t have the privilege of shaking on the bleachers with the rest of us, who naturally take such excursions for granted. Many times there’s a protective order that would keep them from attending even public events such as this, when all they long to do is see their children in action, and enjoy a game to break up a brutal week of missing their children. …What kind of man goes to every length and expense possible to deny his children a healthy, some would say critical, portion of motherly love in their lives? Or not even that–what kind of man begrudges his ex any meaningful contact with her own children? Is this not evidence he could be lacking as a father? If not, why? Sorry about that failed relationship, man, but the children from it remain. Lucky you to have a magic wallet to make it all go away. It’s time to stop treating kids as chattel instead of children.” Janie McQueen’s Book on How Family Court Is A Game: Hanging On By My Fingernails: Surviving the New Divorce Gamesmanship, and How a Scratch Can Land You in Jail In this daring, groundbreaking book, journalist Janie McQueen unveils the truth behind the “new divorce gamesmanship”–vicious tactics that thrust victims into complex webs of legal tangles that destroy spirits and hobble divorce cases. These surprisingly common–and legally deadly–ploys can and often lead to criminal charges and trials, lingering records, heartbreaking child custody battles, embarrassing distortion campaigns, and even unemployment as employers increasingly trawl the Internet for background checks.

  1. Can someone offer a strategy on how to fight a decision made “in the child’s best interest” by The Council for Children’s Rights in Charlotte,NC?

    My daughter lost custody after going back to court with abuse evidence against ex-husband. She was initially accused of alienation during this trial. This accusation was later dismissed.

    The ex-husband still has primary custody….
    No particularly viable reason. The Council said that my daughters disabilities made the father a better choice. She is an amputee and has been under the care of a pain management doctor. Both of these issues were used against her. We have no more money to fight. Can someone help us?

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