Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Court bias

Somebody told me that I am risking court punishment by posting opinions here. She claimed to have inside knowledge about how the family court works, and she said that the court personnel have an unwritten rule that they retaliate against anyone who advocates fathers' rights. She said that they don't like anyone who criticizes the biases of the court, and that they will invent phony reasons for taking my kids away from me in order to teach me a lesson.

I find it hard to believe that they are so petty and vindictive that they would make a child suffer just to promote their own ideological biases. The ones that I have met just don't seem to be that cruel. But my ex-wife and her lawyer apparently believe that the court personel can be influenced in this way. They have gone out of their way to try to prove to Dr. Inkblot that I had been critical of the family courts, even to the point of claiming that I secretly ghost-wrote articles that they knew that I did not write. I don't know why they would do this, unless they think that they can provoke him into writing a bad report which they will use to prevent the kids from seeing me.

It seems to me that my ex-wife and lawyer are tacitly admitting that they think that the family court personnel are willing to punish the kids in order to carry out their own petty personal grudges against those who have a difference of opinion.

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