Book review of "Taken into Custody: The War against Fatherhood, Marriage, and the Family",
Stephen Baskerville, Cumberland House, 352 pages, $24.95
31 July 2008
My comment (no.39) on the review;
As a victim of false allegations made in the Family Court in 2001 two months before the twin towers disaster I can assure you it has been a heartwrenching experience that I would not wish on my worse enemy.
Firstly, the authorities take your children and imprison you. A family man one day, then like a lighting strike celled up like a caged animal the next. Then they poison and brain wash the children, tainting their vulnerable tiny wee minds, so they can learn to hate dad during the years of forced alienation. The state lawyers, counsellors and psychologists feed from all the misery like leeches at a blood bank. These unscrupulous professional scum enjoy false allegations in the adversarial Family Court litigation system, which reeks of unlawful gender discrimination. The gender bias system breeds resentment and certainly tests my faith. The blatant injustice orchestrated by callous state agencies that shamefully claim to act in the best interests of the child is a sad indictment on all western societies.