Here it goes again

In May a woman spoke at the Family Law Commission and told the members (and public attending) that DV advocates had encouraged her to exaggerate and fabricate to obtain protection orders (she also told of sexual harassment by a Capitol Police Officer and stated that the 'voice of the victims gets lost').. This was not the first time I had heard that DV advocates encourage what amounts to making false statements to the court which is known as perjury.
Prior to her speaking at the FLC she had met with a Delaware Representative at the request of her ex, the victim of the false allegations. She had also told me when we were alone a weekend before that the "advocates get in your face and they make you feel like you WERE abused. I never felt that I was abused." She told me that her ex had never physically hurt her that he never was violent with her. To her credit she never, despite the coercion from the 'advocates', accused him of hitting, slapping, punching or what is generally considered "violence" toward her.
Well here it goes again, she filed an ex-parte emergency petition for protection, last month, when she knew that he was 800 miles away. What "violence" could anyone perpetrate from hundreds of miles away???? Launch a missile aimed at her house???
Ex-parte motions are to be used when there is immediate "danger". This is an abuse of process. No one can pose a danger to anyone from afar.
Why this woman has gone nuclear again is a mystery to me. I used to like her. She can be a nice person and a lot of fun to be with. She told me that living with her dysfunctional family makes her "mean", that it makes her a person that she doesn't want to be and maybe after two months living with them again she's become "mean". Still, I don't understand it. She and the ex have both moved on and have intimate relationships with other people. The "victims" in this are their children who are now denied contact with their father, the ex.
Stay tuned for more on this case.
The children should not be denied their right to their relationship with their father and he intends to do everything in his power to fight for their right and to defend against a protection order that will interfere with that right, his employability, his constitutional protections and his civil rights.

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