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UNCROC report by MOJ

Filed under: General — mopardad @ 7:39 am Tue 3rd February 2015

Hey all, I havent seen this mentioned here so am wondering who is following this, attending the HRC workshops and who will be making a “submission” on the MOJ’s report that it will submit to the UN. I began reading it last night, up to about page 30 and have already picked up 30 points that are in direct contradiction of the treatment of how me, my child and our family have been treated by the MOJ, the FC, the NZ Judiciary and the outcomes of FC proceedings that have seen our bond destroyed and the actual DV and perjury committed by the mother of the child being ignored by the entire government which not surprisingly portrays its handling of Childrens rights in a vastly different light. I believe this is an opportunity for those of us who have had our rights as parents and guardians unlawfully taken from us, as well as our childrens rights being taken from them, to have a voice and make the failings of the MOJ FC and NZ Judiciary more publicly known. I will certainly be voicing the facts in regards to the failings of those involved in our proceedings and those in government who have demonstrated they really dont give 2 f%^ks. If people can file a submission I would be keen to compile them and issue a paper regarding the FC’s failings. THIS IS OUR GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD YET!!!!


  1. We must make a submission to be heard at UN. Any other country following this up?

    Comment by Kumar — Wed 4th February 2015 @ 10:43 am

  2. i will be making a submission to the MOJ regarding this report, all the feedback received by MOJ will be made publicly available, the final report will be made publicly available around may, should it contain false statements as it currently does than I will be forwarding my submission to the UNCROC committee, the more of us that can hammer home the message to the MOJ the more pressure they will be under. If we make it clear our submissions will be made public than they will have very little hiding room, exposure exposure exposure!!

    Comment by mopardad — Wed 4th February 2015 @ 11:15 am

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