Complaint Against the U.S.
Ten women filed a complaint against the United States, along with well-known organizations, because judges continue to give custody and visitation to abusive and molesting fathers. All women lost contact with their children, if only minimal, during the process of trying to protect. The complaint was filed on Mother’s Day 2007 and has the full support of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, National Alliance to End Sexual Violence, and several others. The petition is based on the violation of the Declaration of Rights and Duties of Man along with several Article violations. In essence, judges, DSS case workers, and the U.S. have failed to protect and safeguard children and mothers who have clearly been exposed to emanate physical danger and/or sexual abuse by granting visitation and custody to the abuser.
An adult male child is also petitioning against the U.S. He was forced to move to his father’s home, watch his sisters get sexually abused, and finally suffered severe brain damage at the hands of his parent. Previous reports of abuse could have been written up and investigated by hospitals and social workers who had an idea of such horrendous acts, but they did nothing until it was too late. He and his mother did file suit against DSS later. Now he has a chance as an adult to make a difference since the system failed him and his family.
Jessica Gonzales, a mother of three murdered children under the age of ten, is jumping on the bandwagon with the Inter-American Commission. Her estranged husband broke a restraining order and kidnaped their children. Jessica called the police. Ten hours later and the children now dead, the husband went to the police station with guns blazing. He was shot and killed by the police.
In summary, the complaint has been filed and only time will tell how the motion will be played out.
Let me begin by saying I have read a small portion of the actual petition. I am...