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Top judge says mothers should have children taken away if they don’t let fathers see them

Filed under: General — sharingiscaring @ 9:35 am Tue 14th June 2016

Well done this Judge!


  1. He said it 5 years ago. Nothing has changed in the meantime.

    Comment by golfa — Tue 14th June 2016 @ 9:40 am

  2. Good on him, he is right.

    Mothers who tip up to our family court know the story, so what if they don’t comply with the order.

    What is the arsehole father gona do about it?
    Go to the cops, yea right they might arrest him for not having tits or for something especailly if I go see them first, tell them I am scared, cry, undo a couple of buttons on the shirt and hitch up my dress a bit.

    He could ring his lawyer, that will be funny.

    Nah fuck him.

    How many of us know that attitude? Then
    Father give up
    Mummy’s new boyfriend abuses the child and we all go tut, tut, tut what ever can we do to change our child abuse statistics? Who would have guessed? Mummy’s new boyfriend what a surprise.

    Where is the father then?
    Didn’t he care?
    Why wasn’t he around to care for the children?

    This process is never in the mainstream press. This can be fixed, but we don’t.

    Yea, yea, yawn, yawn.

    New lipstick on the same old pig, we deserve our child abuse statistics adn as long as we have this process it will get worse.

    Comment by paul smith — Mon 20th June 2016 @ 12:50 am

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