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white_houseDear AngelMoms, family members, and professionals,
Protective mom, Amanda Hodge, is compiling and sending family court horror stories to a White House advisor. 

Please email your stories ASAP to:

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You can also send a hard copy to Amanda at:

611 Burke Place
Auburn, AL 36803

REQUESTING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A SPECIALIZED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT WITHIN THE CHILD WELFARE SERVICES BRANCH OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

SUBMIT TESTIMONY for March 29th

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WHEREAS, the co-occurrence of domestic violence and child abuse is well documented in clinical research and literature; and

WHEREAS, overlooking domestic violence in child welfare cases can result in catastrophic consequences'for the child and * victim-survivors; and

dr_robert_bob_geffnerDuring the second hour of Carroll Cox's radio show (1080 AM) on March 6, 2011, Dr. Robert Geffner, Clinical Research Professor of Psychology and  President of the Institute on  Violence, Abuse and Trauma (IVAT) in San Diego discusses training and other programs to prevent abuse.  He was in Hawaii for his 8th Annual  Conference on  Preventing,  Assessing and Treating Child, Adolescent and Adult Trauma. There are 8 separate tracks over three days, including one on Criminal Justice and Legal Issues.  This is particularly important due the problems with the Hawaii court system and judges we recently exposed on our show.

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Angels!  Here is little piece of heaven for you.  PLEASE support these Resolutions at every turn.  This is the fruit of your bravery and labor:)

SUBMIT your TESTIMONY

Read SR84

Read HR189 (check out all the the signatures!!)

HR189 and HCR218 will be heard Tuesday, March 29. 

REQUESTING AN AUDIT OF CHILD CUSTODY PROCEEDINGS INVOLVING THE COMMISSION OF FAMILY VIOLENCE BY A PARENT, TO ASSESS THE APPLICATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF SECTION 571-46, HAWAII REVISED STATUTES.

WHEREAS, domestic violence is recognized as a pattern of behaviors used by one person to coercively control another person in a relationship; and

WHEREAS, domestic violence may take the form of psychological, physical, or sexual abuse and may happen once or periodically to victims of any age, gender, race, culture, religion, education level, employment status, or marital status; and

radioListen to the March 14, 2011 interview on:

Maui Mud Flats Radio Show

Three brave survivors of Domestic and Family Violence, have come forward to share their stories of how they were re-victimized through Hawaii's Family Courts. Hawaii - well known for honeymoons, weddings and "paradise" vacations -  is more aptly recognized as quite the opposite when trying to navigate the process of divorce and child custody, especially if one is fleeing an abusive relationship.  In Hawaii, there are a few renegade judges who disregard statutory laws that FORBID children being given to perpetrators of abuse.  The three whistleblower mothers featured on this radio show, have suffered at the hands of the very "officials" put in place to protect them.  Child Welfare Services and Dept. of Human Services have  - thus far - only contributed to the problems in these cases.  Please listen to the show.  If you are also a victim of Hawaii's Family Courts and would like to share your story,  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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