Bill Ronan, LICSW

BillRonanLicensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW): #00371
Years in Practice: 30+ years
Treatment provided for: Adolescents, Adults, Children, Couples, Families, and Seniors

527 2nd St. NE
Hopkins, MN 55343
Phone: (952) 933-3460
Fax: (952) 933-3460

E-mail: billronan at usfamily dot net

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Mr. Ronan married a foreign woman who then falsely accused him of domestic violence so she could invoke provisions of the Violence Against Women Act to gain citizenship. The courts refused to hear testimony or accept evidence from over 20 character witnesses on his behalf, including medical doctors, psychologists, social workers, clergy, and even his previous wife. Some of his character witnesses were harassed and terrorized. Mr. Ronan says that, “I am a member of NCFM because the organization is committed to the eradication of such gender biased injustice”. Mr. Ronan has an excellent reputation, is a leader in his areas of interest, and very concerned that our system of (in) justice favors political correctness over truth. Mr. Ronan has dedicated his life to helping others as demonstrated by the following partial list of credentials and accomplishments:

For a complete background including information about Mr. Ronan’s published papers and book “The Psychological Autopsy of Elvis” Also see, “Voice of America Immigration Fraud Victims – Fighting for Truth and Justice”.

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  1. Violence Against Women Act Gives “Men’s Rights” Its Moment | Personal Injury Lawyer Team on August 1, 2016 at 6:32 PM

    […] Ronan says he was “one of the fortunate ones.” He says his wife falsely accused him of domestic violence in order to get American citizenship, but that a […]

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