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NCFM complaint helps in probable cause finding that Maine’s Assistant District Attorney Mary Kellett’s conduct should be subject to sanction!

August 9, 2011
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NCFM filed a grievance against one of the State of Maine’s Assistant District Attorney, Mary Kellett. The grievance was filed primarily because NCFM and many others believed Kellett’s behavior violated the Maine Bar Rules.  We all felt that she persecuted rather than prosecuted certain people including Vladek Filler, a man falsely accused of spousal...
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Posted in Action, Court Cases, Criminal Sentencing, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Domestic Abuse/Violence, False Allegations DV, National, Progress, Rape Allegations, Sexual Assault, Supremist | 8 Comments »

NCFM ends ladies day at world famous Del Mar Fairgrounds covered by the North County Times – not “silly”

August 6, 2011
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NCFM NOTE: It is interesting that someone representing the world famous Del Mar Thoroughbred Club which promotes events like the Ms. Cougar Contest (older, good looking, well-healed, woman on the prowl for younger men), Ladies Hat Day, or the Ugly Dog Day (great event in my opinion) would refer to discrimination against men or...
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Posted in Action, Dallas/Fort Worth, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, National, NCFM in the news, Progress, San Diego | 3 Comments »

NCFM gets the attention of the San Diego Union Tribune re Del Mar Fair Ground Ladies Day

August 5, 2011
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OK, just hold it for a minute By Tom Blair, Columnist Friday, August 5, 2011 at 7:26 a.m. Ladies’ Day at the Del Mar Racetrack is history. As of this week, it’s “Ladies’ and Gentlemen Day” — the result of protest and pressure from the National Coalition For Men. Does that seem silly? Or...
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Posted in Action, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Los Angeles, National, San Diego | 1 Comment »