THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MYTH
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|Domestic violence cries a means to an end
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|Bid to change law which fathers say encourages women to fabricate domestic violence claims
The group instigating this are part funded and influenced by lawyers who are making the case
that it is mothers NOT lawyers behind this wicked system. Vile feminist lawyers and lesbian social
workers are well known to openly encourage women to make false claims so as lawyers get more legal aid
and social work departments get more funding.
FULL ARTICLE HERE
Corrupt legal mafia's domestic violence ruse finally gets exposed in the corporate rags
A lawyer James Muir "embellished" claims for legal aid in family court cases for £2 million accusing fathers of abusing their children
later committed suicide after the police began investigating
LEGAL AID CHIEF ARRESTED WITH RENT BOY IN SHOPPING CENTRE TOILET
We know of one law firm whose boss was in charge of a local council and used every arm of that council
to get reports in favour of his female clients then claimed millions in legal aid . Those who approved
that funding were in part homosexuals with a massive axe to grind against heterosexual men and their families.
One who enjoyed the company of rent boys while another lawyer topped himself after being investigated for massive
legal aid fraud by claiming fathers were abusing their children.
Holyrood is crammed full of feminists and freemasons determined to strip fathers of all their rights
while stealing their homes and bank accounts and then putting their children into homes where their paedo
friends can access now vulnerable chuldren.
A LAW designed to protect women from domestic violence should be relaxed in order to shore up the rights of unmarried fathers following a break-up, a charity has claimed.
Families Need Fathers Scotland is urging MSPs to consider changing the Family Law (Scotland) Act during a rare Holyrood review next week because they say it encourages mothers to make false claims of abuse when there is hostile break up to a relationship.
The charity, which promotes positive relationships between separated fathers and their children, claims Section 24 of the law provides a perverse incentive which creates conflict between unmarried parents.
This section requires courts to pay regard to domestic abuse, when considering parental rights and responsibilities.
In their submission to the review, Families Need Fathers Scotland (FNF) said: "We have heard from many solicitors that Section 24 is the equivalent of putting a button in front of a mother who wishes to exclude the father from her life and that of their children, and asking if she'd like to press it".
While the Act itself gave unmarried fathers better recognition, this clause, which amended the earlier Children (Scotland) Act, has become vulnerable to "casual and opportunistic" abuse, FNF Scotland said.
"It is a fundamental weakness of the act that the legislators of the time viewed the proposals disproportionately through the prism of domestic abuse," the charity said.
"Our experience is that the overall impact of the Act has been to assist a mother who wishes to control or stop the relationship between a non-resident father and their children."
Ian Maxwell, FNF national development manager for Scotland, said the law was out of touch with the Scottish Government's policies on parenting which recognise the importance of two parents in the upbringing of a child.
"We do not condone or excuse abusive behaviour on the part of separated fathers. But we see the other side - fathers who have never been violent and who have been fully involved with their kids before separation being excluded from their lives, by allegations which are not borne out," he said.
"By the time that is addressed it can be six months or more before they can re-establish contact during which time the relationship gets damaged in a way which is not in the interests of the child."
FNF is calling for a change of culture modelled on 'shared care' arrangements in countries such as Australia and Sweden, where arrangements start from a presumption that parents split care equally after separation.
However a submission from Scottish Women's Aid (SWA) to the committee claims the current law is failing to protect women who have left abusive relationships, when ex-partners try to use the children to harass them.
This is more because of the way courts are implementing the law than the act itself, the charity said.
"Evidence abounds, from women from children and young people, from service providers and from solicitors practising family law, that the intention of the act has not been met and that the system continues to put children, young people and their mothers at significant risk," SWA said.
The Justice Committee does not often carry out post-legislative review of existing legislation, but the Family Law Act and the Children Act have been the regular target of petitions to Holyrood calling for changes to protect the rights of unmarried fathers.
Elaine Sutherland, professor of child and family law at the University of Stirling, has written to the committee arguing the repeated petitions are a sign of disquiet in some areas about the current state of the law. She said:"It is worth remembering that an obstructive mother may be motivated by reasons that attract some sympathy, including the fear of resumed or continuing domestic violence.
"However her opposition may have a less commendable cause, like her own resentment arising out of her relationship - or lack thereof - with the child's father."
Elaine Murray MSP, deputy convener of the justice committee, said members were taking advantage of a brief gap in its schedule to carry out post-legislative scrutiny of the family law act.
"There is a perception among some committee members that it is not working as well as it could be," she said.
"It could be useful to give some guidance to the next parliament."
She added: "Where there has been domestic abuse in a family relationship it can be very damaging to any children, and some people will try to get at an ex partner through the children. But if there is evidence that people are being unjustly accused of domestic violence and abusive behaviour then that should be looked at."
The Scottish Parliament's Justice Committee is to discuss the Family Law Act on Tuesday.
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|Corrupt legal mafia's domestic violence ruse finally gets exposed in the corporate rags
As we have been reporting for decades domestic violence allegations in family courts have been the cause
of thousands of men's deaths and with many men's lives destroyed thanks to crooked lawyers and judges
(many of them freemasons)
encouraging ex-wives to use totally unfounded abuse and violence allegations against men already facing
horrendous human rights abuses. Britain's top terrorists at the Law Society responsible for this
All of these unfounded allegations causing
untold harm to men's lives and their families. Finally even their own controlled rags cannot
ignore these attempts to undermine men in society and the destruction of families with the father
at its head. Rabid feminist man haters (many who are lawyers) adding to this crazy frenzy with utter
corruption and vast house theft behind it all. A multi trillion pound corrupt scam hiding behind evil lies and deceit
that cause thousands of men to lose contact with their children triggering in many suicide.
Huge rise in domestic violence claims after legal aid clampdown: Figures reveal assault allegations have doubled since ministers axed funding for divorce cases
*Allegations of domestic violence have rocketed over the past two years
*MPs claim rise is a result of government changes to the legal aid system
*Campaigners believe cuts have encouraged separating couples to make false or exaggerated claims of violence in order to avoid divorce costs
*Midlands saw a 92 per cent increase in allegations between 2012 and 2014
Allegations of domestic violence have rocketed over the past two years as a result of government changes to the legal aid system, MPs claimed last night.
New figures reveal that the number of claims of assault in the home have nearly doubled in some areas since Ministers removed all taxpayer funding for divorce cases – except in cases involving verbal or physical abuse.
Campaigners believe the reform introduced in 2013 has encouraged separating couples to make false or exaggerated claims of violence against a partner in order to avoid paying for the cost of a divorce, prompting miscarriages of justice that lead to parents being unfairly estranged from their children.
According to figures released by the Ministry of Justice under Freedom of Information rules, the number of non-molestation orders issued by the courts to protect people from harassment, intimidation or violence has increased by 21 per cent, from 4,925 to 6,101, between 2012 and 2014 in England and Wales.
But in some areas the rise was even higher – there was a 92 per cent increase in the Midlands over the past two years.
Family campaigners fear this has happened because solicitors in certain areas have been encouraging clients to make
claims of abuse.
Separately, police say there has been a 31 per cent increase in the number of domestic abuse-related crimes recorded in England and Wales between 2013 and 2015 – from 269,700 in the year to August 2013, to 353,100 in the year to March 2015. Forces say they are on the verge of being ‘overwhelmed’ by the ‘staggering’ increases.
FULL ARTICLE HERE
A lawyer James Muir "embellished" claims for legal aid in family court cases for £2 million accusing fathers of
abusing their children later committed suicide after the police began investigating
LEGAL AID CHIEF ARRESTED WITH RENT BOY IN SHOPPING CENTRE TOILET
BBC, Bray Leino and Refuge stage massive domestic abuse propaganda ruse
Legal aid vast corruption that funds terrorist threats against men
MP blames "militant feminists and politically correct males" (freemasons) for stirring up problems between men and women
High Court Judge: Don't always believe claims of domestic violence
Family courts hold the most drastic powers of any tribunal (and that's from a judge)
Last night, Tory MP Andrew Bridgen claimed that the legal aid changes had led to people – usually men – being falsely accused of abuse.
He said: ‘It is obvious that making domestic abuse the gateway for legal aid has caused an explosion in the number of allegations of domestic abuse, many of which may be baseless and made simply to secure legal aid.
‘Domestic violence, of which both men and women are victims, must be taken seriously, but the rise in the number of non-molestation orders is alarming.’
The legal aid changes, designed to cut the £2 billion annual legal aid bill in England and Wales by £350 million a year, were controversial at the time.
The measure was defeated 14 times in the House of Lords before it was finally passed, amid concerns that the changes would deny justice to the poorest in society.
The Ministry of Justice said: ‘We have seen no concrete evidence that our legal aid arrangements have caused any increase in applications for such orders.’
David Gale, of Kids For Cash UK, a family justice campaign group, said: ‘The indications are that a number of large law firms have encouraged false claims of domestic violence for the purposes of fraudulently securing legal aid.
‘It’s time now for the police to be instructed to properly investigate evidenced cases of perjury in the family court.’
|Wife 'killed husband then kept him wrapped in plastic for 18 YEARS' – body was only found after she died
Notice they call the murdering bitch Mrs. if it was the man they would ONLY use
his surname and typical when the mass media report a murder carried out by a women
FULL ARTICLE HERE
A wife is believed to have killed her husband, wrapped his body in plastic in their garden and kept it secret for 18 years.
The mystery skeleton found in plastic sheets in a quiet village have been identified as missing husband John Sabine last seen in 1997.
His body was found last month just three weeks after his own wife Leigh Ann Sabine died aged 74 from cancer.
Detectives investigating the grim discovery say his wife is the 'main suspect' in their probe.
Mrs Sabine had carried on living in the same apartment block in Beddau, near Pontypridd, South Wales, since her husband was last seen in 1997.
His body was found in plastic wrapping in the street called Trem-Y-Cwm three weeks after her death.
Detective Chief Inspector Gareth Morgan said: 'This is an extraordinary set of circumstances and we are working tirelessly to put together the pieces of what is a complex investigation.'
Police say John Sabine, understood to have been a local fireman would now have been 85 years of age.
Mr Sabine was never reported as a missing person despite not being seen for 18 years - and was still listed on the electoral register as living at the same house.
Police later revealed the couple had 'estranged children' who did not list Mr Sabine as being missing.
A spokesman said: 'Their estranged children have been located and informed. Mr Sabine was not reporteed as being missing. The circumstances of where the body was concealed is part of the ongoing investigation.'
A police spokesman said: 'He is believed to have moved to Trem-Y-Cwm with his wife Leigh Ann Sabine in February 1997.
'DNA evidence has confirmed the identity of Mr Sabine, who was last seen in 1997.
'Mrs Sabine passed away on 30th October 2015 and is currently the main suspect in this investigation.'
A post-mortem examination established John Sabine had injuries consistent with an assault.
Neighbours are believed to have found the human remains in grounds at the apartment block.
DCI Morgan said: 'We would appreciate hearing from anyone who knew John and Leigh Sabine and who may have socialised with them or met them back in 1996-1997.
'We would also appeal directly to the community in and around Trem-Y-Cwm to contact us with any information they may have in relation to the plastic wrapping that Mr Sabine was concealed in.'
Police confirmed the body was lying above ground but was wrapped in plastic sheeting.
Neighbour Violet Scott, 75, said: 'It is a complete mystery but I cannot believe the body has been there for all these years.'
Ms Scott added: 'Leigh was a very talkative and outgoing woman but it is hard to comprehend what has happened.
'I didn't know her husband but I know he was a fireman and we all thought he died a dozen or so years ago.
'It could be that she kept his body in her home and then decided to move it when she knew her own end was close.
'It was found on ground between two of the flats next to her home. I can't believe it has been there for all these years.
'Leigh could be very straightforward but it is difficult to think she could have killed someone. She had another man living for for a few years but he left - I don't know what happened to him.
'I asked Leigh if she would ever go back to New Zealand. But she told me: 'No - I could never leave here.'
Police confirmed Mrs Sabine died of cancer and her death was not being investigated by the coroner. Her funeral has already taken place.
A local hairdresser, who asked not to be named, told MailOnline: 'We couldn't believe the police announcement.
'We all knew her. She would come in here and even used to bring us presents at Christmas. We called her "Mad Leigh" because she had her funny ways.
'She had a heart of gold though. She is the last person you would expect to be accused of something like this.
'We knew she had had a husband, and that they were separated. We thought that he had gone away.
'We found out she was ill and sent her a message to the hospital she was at telling her we were all thinking of her. The next day we were told she had died.'
Another neighbour added: 'I've never been into her home or had her to visit me but I saw her in the street and said hello. She was always saying "hello darling", like some people talk.
'I knew that she had come here from Australia or New Zealand. I didn't know her husband as I moved in after he was gone.'
Local resident Sharon Rowlands, 42, added: 'It is terrible to think what has gone on - without any of us knowing. We had no idea there was a dead body there until police arrived.'
| Lottery winner attacked by jealous girlfriend speaks out about 'taboo' of domestic violence against men
Matt Myles, 28, was assaulted by fitness trainer Carla Chamberlain, 24, after he received a Snapchat message from another woman
FULL ARTICLE HERE
A lottery winner attacked by his jealous girlfriend after receiving a Snapchat message from another woman spoke about the "taboo" of domestic violence against men.
Matt Myles, 28, was assaulted by fitness trainer Carla Chamberlain, 24, who hit him in the face and grabbed his testicles after a boxing day night out last year.
She was found guilty of two counts of common assault by beating and one count of criminal damage by Hereford Magistrates' Court last month.
Mr Myles told the Mail Online : "The lottery win was the most amazing thing that ever happened to me but ironically it also led to the worst thing that ever happened in my life – suffering domestic abuse at the hands of the woman I loved.
"Domestic violence against men is still very much taboo or perceived as a joke but it’s no laughing matter for the victim."
Mr Myles, who is 6ft tall compared to Miss Chamberlain’s 5ft 7in, said the attack had left him feeling "vulnerable" and "knocked my confidence"
After scooping £1million in the Euromillions in April last year, Mr Myles went on a celebratory round-the-world trip where he says he 'slept with 87 women'.
On his return, he got back together with his former partner Chamberlain.
The couple decided to "make another go" of the relationship but trouble flared following a night out.
On their way back to Mr Myles's home, Chamberlain saw he had received a Snapchat message from another woman.
She raged "various expletives" and said "she would get her own back" by hitting him in the face and scratching his neck.
Mr Myles said: ‘Carla said, “Why the **** are you getting pictures from her? I bet she sends you more than that.”
"She’d just had huge, acrylic glittery nails done and she scratched my face.
"I told her to get off and then she punched me in the face.’
The lottery winner is now in a new relationship with air hostess Tasha Dodds.
Figures show a third of domestic violence victims are male.(Bullshit stats not taking into account
the deranged psychopaths that womens aid never recognise)
Mark Brooks, chairman of the ManKind Initiative which helps these victims, said: "Domestic abuse against men remains one of Britain’s last great taboos.
"Many men won’t get help because they fear they won’t be believed or they’ll be laughed at. In reality when they do come forward they are taken seriously."
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