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Posts Tagged ‘ thomas ball ’

NCFM Member Elijah Ward, the third installment in a continuing series, “How to Eat a Guardian ad Litem for lunch”

October 27, 2012
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After the fathers in New Hampshire got together in recent years via social media, we came to realize that even though the facts of our cases were different, the courts treated our cases in similar ways.  Sequential actions were conducted that first took our children away in secret hearings that we had no recourse...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Child Custody, Children's' Rights, Corruption, Courts Family, Elijah Ward | 1 Comment »

NCFM Member Elijah Ward, the second in a continuing series, “After the Immolation of Sgt. Thomas Ball”

September 20, 2012
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After the Immolation of Sgt. Thomas Ball By Elijah Ward, The immolation of Sgt. Thomas Ball galvanizes fathers across New Hampshire and serves as a threshold event for the various players in the drama. Before Thomas Ball‘s identity was disclosed, Fathers checked on each other.  Everyone knew others who have been abused and humiliated...
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Posted in Abused Man, Action, Activities, Courts Family, Death By Court, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Elijah Ward | 2 Comments »

NCFM Member Elijah Ward on Family Court corruption, Thomas Ball, driven to suicide, the Committee on Redress of Grievances, a serial, “How We Began”

September 4, 2012
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NCFM NOTE: Elijah Ward will be reporting on the progress of enlivening Committees of Redress of Grievances or whatever they may be called state by state. After reading this you might consider looking at your state constitution to see if it allows for and or established such an entity. The Committee in New Hampshire...
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Posted in Activities, Corruption, Discrimination Against Men, Elijah Ward, Fathers' Day, Feminist Jurisprudence, Government Programs for Women, Horrible, Judges, Supremist | 9 Comments »