ALLEGED INADEQUACIES OF A PARENT CASE LAW

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Dazeemay
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ALLEGED INADEQUACIES OF A PARENT CASE LAW

Postby Dazeemay » Fri Oct 14, 2005 11:09 am

http://www.ancpr.org/caselaw.htm

The alleged inadequacies of a parent must pose a serious risk to the child. The state cannot interfere with the parent/child relationship merely because its social workers believe the challenged parent might become a better parent. To allow such interference would make for systematic abuse of state power, victimizing the poor, the uneducated and cultural minorities.

IN RE CARMEMATA, 579 P.2d 514, 146 Cal.Rptr. 623(1978);

IN RE VISKE, 413 P.2d 876 (Mont.1966).

For when they want to make you sign on the dotted line to better your parenting skills by their so called parenting classes.
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This is not legal advice;hopefully wisdom

To put it in simple terms…when the authorities ARE the perpetrators and the perpetrators ARE the authorities, there is no earthly justice or recourse, at the end of the day (unless the American people wake up).

Therefore, those who have achieved the highest levels of power seek to ‘enjoy’ the most grievous and extreme injustices. For many of those in the highest circles of power, the greatest statement of power is to perpetrate the greatest possible injustice…the savage, brutal traumatization and abuse of an innocent child.
http://themurkynews.blogspot.com/ MattTwoFour

"Ultimately, the law is only as good as the judge" --- D.X. Yue, 2005, in "law, reason and judicial fraud"
http://www.parentalrightsandjustice.com/index.cgi?ctype=Page;site_id=1;objid=45;curloc=Site:1

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Re: ALLEGED INADEQUACIES OF A PARENT CASE LAW

Postby grandmatotwingles » Thu May 04, 2006 5:47 am

Dazeemay wrote:http://www.ancpr.org/caselaw.htm

The alleged inadequacies of a parent must pose a serious risk to the child. The state cannot interfere with the parent/child relationship merely because its social workers believe the challenged parent might become a better parent. To allow such interference would make for systematic abuse of state power, victimizing the poor, the uneducated and cultural minorities.

IN RE CARMEMATA, 579 P.2d 514, 146 Cal.Rptr. 623(1978);

IN RE VISKE, 413 P.2d 876 (Mont.1966).

For when they want to make you sign on the dotted line to better your parenting skills by their so called parenting classes.


that is a super great site.... Thank you for posting that Dazeemay!
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Postby Dazeemay » Thu May 04, 2006 8:03 am

You are welcome.

Show that to the caseworker; but she probably would not understand what it means :roll:
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This is not legal advice;hopefully wisdom

To put it in simple terms…when the authorities ARE the perpetrators and the perpetrators ARE the authorities, there is no earthly justice or recourse, at the end of the day (unless the American people wake up).

Therefore, those who have achieved the highest levels of power seek to ‘enjoy’ the most grievous and extreme injustices. For many of those in the highest circles of power, the greatest statement of power is to perpetrate the greatest possible injustice…the savage, brutal traumatization and abuse of an innocent child.
http://themurkynews.blogspot.com/ MattTwoFour

"Ultimately, the law is only as good as the judge" --- D.X. Yue, 2005, in "law, reason and judicial fraud"
http://www.parentalrightsandjustice.com/index.cgi?ctype=Page;site_id=1;objid=45;curloc=Site:1


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