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First Blood

Filed under: General — dpex @ 9:45 pm Wed 23rd August 2006

Just had a call from a couple in Wellington. Being seriously put upon by the FC and their own lawyer.

I recommended an immediate change of lawyer, and emailed Jim to put this shit on the hit-list for botherings.


The Ex is doing ‘I believe. I think. Maybe. It could be possible,’ impressions. Standard crap. Given this couple will soon find a new and loyal advocate lawyer who will then wave Asher J’s judgement under the careless nose of the FC judge involved, all will come out well for this couple and the little boy.

You see, ‘I believe. I think. Maybe. It could be possible,’ etc, is no longer and acceptable plaint even in the FC.

Good eh?

Lastly, I shall be most interested to see Jim’s take on Mr Steven Gill, (I’ve given Jim the low-down which I can’t do here…for obvious reasons) FC Lawyer, Wellington, once he has the low-down. But if what the couple told me tonight is even half true, this rooster is due for a sex-change whereupon he can become a card-carrying member of the feminazi movement.

Lastly, lastly. The couple got onto me through JP’s site. This site. Ergo, this site is gaining traction, as are all the things the various of us are doing in our own quiet…and sometimes noisy :–)) way.

Extra cool, huh?



  1. Great stuff Dave.
    Well done.

    Comment by Stephen — Thu 24th August 2006 @ 2:11 am

  2. I might happen to pass through Wellington in the next day or three, so if I can ever be of assistance to any male, sing out.
    Remember the ultimate FC crap line is (esp if a psychologist does any report on the possible risk someone poses to any child)

    … but surely if anything thing were to happen to little Johnny or Janey, the damage it would do is more of an issue than the damage done by taking Johnny or Janey away from Mr X, even though Mr X hasn’t done anything (that we know of), but if he did, or were to, then surely it is better to protect Johnny and Janey in advance

    And of course no one in their right mind will dispute this. Who would take a risk that Johnny or Janey might be at some future date indeterminant, sexually abused.
    And on this single mantra, the femi-nazi have you – damned if you did, damned if you didn’t – for how do you ever prove you
    won’t? So you are proven a risk because you could.

    And therefore you are denied your child.

    Comment by Al D Rado — Thu 24th August 2006 @ 9:14 am

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