Crisis In The Family Courts

Second Mothers Day Demonstration at the White House May 8, 2011

Posted in Uncategorized by abatteredmother on April 24, 2011

“Hearts Across America” — Million Mom March Mother’s Day 2011, at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington, D.C.

It has been suggested that everyone try to write to the President before Mothers Day Vigil.

Here is a possible letter you can use, or write your own.

President Barack Obama

The White House

Washington, DC 20500

RE: Second Mothers Day demonstration at the White House

Dear President Obama,

In less than a month, mothers from all over the country will gather again in front of the White House to bring attention to the ongoing problem with the Family Court System.

For several decades Family Court judges have been handing children over to physical and sexual abusers. Despite common knowledge and recognition that domestic violence and child abuse are against the law, we have found that Family Court ignores the law.

When we ask for help, we are being told that nothing can be done. When mothers ask for help from Senators and Congressmen, we are told it is not a Federal problem.  These issues extend throughout all fifty states. Therefore, it clearly is a Federal issue..

With findings of corruption in California, and articles such as CA Family Courts Helping Pedophiles and Batterers Get Custody, it is apparent these problems are out of control.

It is time to reconsider the validity in paying men to remain in the lives of their children, especially when we consider that much of these funds are being used by abusers to take children from their mothers.  Family Court is perpetuating the continuation of abuse.

President Obama, we would like you to acknowledge us when we are in Washington. We would also like for you to acknowledge the seriousness of this issue.

  • We would also like for you to inform us on how your administration is going to start taking action and begin protecting women and children.
  • Finally, we would like for you to outline what specific steps you are going to take to end Family Court corruption.

We realize the you inherited the issues with Family Court, but you became responsible for the existing problems that were carried over from previous administrations. Unfortunately, the past administration passed “the buck” to you. We need for you to address these issues and providing women and children with the hope that you consider us an important part of your constituents.

We very much want to vote for you, and need you to respond to us.



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