They Call Justice

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Taken from a series of letters or appeals to the District Attorney, this presentation encapsulates the themes that have riddled the non-custodial to something even less than a parent -- a criminal.

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They Call Justice : 

They Call Justice An adaptation of letters, notes and other documents compiled under the general title of Plight of a Parent, this presentation expresses one non-custodial perspective and experience with a system They Call Justice. 2009 With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

DivorceThey Call Justice : 

DivorceThey Call Justice October 10, 2000, Gwinnett County, GA I refer to myself as the “lesser of two parents”. The judge replies of her personal divorce; yet her own fairness in adjudicating our divorce…I lose my family, my children, my home, my income, and I am imputed with thousands of dollars of debt that I did not accrue…which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

No-FaultThey Call Justice : 

No-FaultThey Call Justice No-Fault Divorce enables a spouse to file and pursue a divorce on the simple basis that they do want to be married any more. There is nothing faultless about divorce; but when a marriage is dissolved, someone is at fault. Someone has created cause for divorce if just because it’s what they want…which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

CourtThey Call Justice : 

CourtThey Call Justice Civil Court (Family or divorce court) conducts the dissolution of marriages; where one spouse can enter all form of allegations and pretense with impunity. Words can be said that are basically not true and, for the ones who say it, at no risk of reprisal or reprimand by the courts. Such allowance or tolerance enables perjury which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

EvaluationsThe Call Justice : 

EvaluationsThe Call Justice Medical Evaluations are nothing more than an prepared alibi… to offer excuse for the courts if something should go awry. Though the ordering of the evaluation may be couched in the purpose of credible evidence, experience has shown that the process serves no such purpose – but is largely ignored – in the so-called Discovery, which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

My ConfessionThey Call Justice : 

My ConfessionThey Call Justice First written, then later adapted to a presentation, My Confession, describes my thoughts, feelings and findings in The Mess and The Madness of this family crisis… From family court to criminal court, the law has only once considered the children; otherwise, they err in expediency…giving such preference or authority to a parent so as to make law, which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

DenialThey Call Justice : 

DenialThey Call Justice In the practice of expediency has been the ordering of medical evaluations…followed by denial or devaluing of the reports or results. When the courts prescribe – even order – medical evidence but deny or ignore the results, they are obstructing justice. The Prosecution’s practice of entering “selected” evidence – rather than discloser of all substantive evidence – They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

InjunctionThey Call Justice : 

InjunctionThey Call Justice A history of the injunction quickly leads to the coincidence with the divorce process; a strategy often used to establish the presence of abuse and thereby a cause for (or justification of) the pending divorce. When the abuse card is drawn, the plaintiff can use pretense – rather than a history or substantive evidence – to condemn the spouse as an abuser, over and above other evidence and history, which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

Impunity The Call Justice : 

Impunity The Call Justice Impunity means to be exempt from punishment. When a witness is given impunity – or not held responsible for the veracity or honesty of their testimony – they can say anything they want to say. Without any risks to themselves, they might be prone to exaggerate their testimony, or even manufacture evidence – a license to lie of which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

VOPThey Call Justice : 

VOPThey Call Justice A violation of probation (VOP), like any charge, requires evidence or proof… verification of the charge. When the courts have ‘no information’ as to the reason for the charge, nor any substantive or coinciding evidence to verify it, than they are charging someone without cause…which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

StalkingThey Call Justice : 

StalkingThey Call Justice Words like harassment, malicious, and harm are associated to this charge. If a parent can be a parent without regulation or restraint by the state… but later, be levied a serious charge for writing the same children living in the same vacinity, something has clearly changed. What is it? It is the testimony of a single witness with the intent and allowance to abuse a system design to help the abused, which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

DestructionThey Call Justice : 

DestructionThey Call Justice If writing your children and giving gifts is malicious, than what is the act of the destruction of those gifts, using the writings as evidence of some violation, and using the children as character witnesses of someone whom they have not exchanged a word in many years? It is the result of a parent given unbridled liberty to slander and sabotage parenting, which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

EntrapThe Call Justice : 

EntrapThe Call Justice An injunction is a form of law essentially created by the designated victim for their protection. The victim is not held to this law or, in other words, they can violate this law in principal through their volition by doing what the law prohibits. They can do this because of impunity, but they can also do it so as to lead – even entrap – the designated perpetrator, as a bait-and-switch, which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

HelpThey Call Justice : 

HelpThey Call Justice When a parent sends his children loving letters, monies and gifts, he is acting as parent; but when he does this under the restraints of the injunction, it is a crime. Over 30 million children in our land are fatherless, but when the courts punish parents for trying to help their own children, the children eventually learn that the law facilitated alienation, They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

WebThey Call Justice : 

WebThey Call Justice Children (or young folks) have many possible traps, distractions and disillusionments waiting for them on the Web. From porn to predators, the Web can be a real threat to the young not yet mature…and lacking proper guidance. Statistics bear out these problems. But when the courts frame parents as the predator – not on evidence but on pretense – that’s what They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

OfferThey Call Justice : 

OfferThey Call Justice Parents may be able to help their children in the educational process to include college or post-school plans. And parents carry out this effort as a healthy and genuine form of love and care. But when such an offer is not considered in the intention or in light of the evidence, but treated as maliciousness and harassment, the treatment They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

In A WordThe Call Justice : 

In A WordThe Call Justice Parents offer their children cards, letters – but mostly words of affection…when they are not restrained by the courts. When the courts treat these letters in the context of a falsified, de facto law (the injunction), each and all become a crime regardless of intent, content, origin or family history – and the collective effort, They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

EmploymentThey Call Justice : 

EmploymentThey Call Justice A Catch-22 plagues the child support community in that a parent is imputed for monetary support but stripped of his parental duties and authority in his children’s lives; not necessarily because of any legal or matrimonial violation, but because someone wanted a divorce…and got it! Is it difficult to be a debtor and not be a dad? Ask any parent who wants to be a parent; and this They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

Un-renderedThey Call Justice : 

Un-renderedThey Call Justice Un-rendered is when a decision has not been made, or a conclusion drawn. The authority by which a court can convict without adjudicating guilt (or can convict without convicting) is an example of an un-rendered decision…that has occurred through either error or by the effective deception of agreeing to one thing and doing the opposite, These sharp practices of law, They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

AbsoluteThey Call Justice : 

AbsoluteThey Call Justice The combination of absolute authority without the willingness to accept responsibility is a dangerous combination. A person who characterizes this combination may be diagnosed with narcissism. When a prosecutor agrees to one set of terms then, by measurable outcome, does the opposite…then denies any responsibility, it’s what They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

SupportThe Call Justice : 

SupportThe Call Justice Child support is the outcome of divorce; and divorce is a thriving industry made so by a business model that enables states to receive incentives in conjunction with collections. This model renders child support as a form of tax or state revenue, encourages divorce, and burdens the family with a draconian form of taxation, that They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

ProbationThey Call Justice : 

ProbationThey Call Justice Probation is a form of punishment, and punishment occurs as result of the court’s verdict of guilt. But when a verdict does not occur – or the court does not adjudicate guilt – how does the court exercise or levy punishment?...but what They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

Foe?They Call Justice : 

Foe?They Call Justice How can a father become a foe; how can the same person that helped care for and raise his children become the only person in the world that is legally prevented from having any contact with them? A father can become a foe through the course of time and personal decision; not the decision to be a foe, but the decision to remain a father against a law created by one person or witness that They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

Possession They Call Justice : 

Possession They Call Justice Some say that possession is nine tenths of the law; but I say that when it comes to divorce and the non-custodial, possession is the law. Indeed, the authority once shared by co-parenting is now dangerously taken by the state and awarded to the one parent. This award leads to the possibility that absolute authority corrupts absolutely, which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

FearThe Call Justice : 

FearThe Call Justice Fear and respect sometimes co-exist so as to bring order and obedience; but then fear can be used superficially to manipulate and control – which is really the result of some fear in the first place that is being masked by the superficial or expressed cause for fear; a practice that poses as a victim, yet They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

Detained They Call Justice : 

Detained They Call Justice The detainee can be held in detainment while deemed innocent. He may pay for his release from being detained, as the court’s allow, while he remains innocent until proven guilty. Most likely, he will be reduced to a plea bargain whereby he is compelled to confess his guilt – thus retracting his presumed innocence, forfeiting his right to a trial…to face his accusers (his children), and due-process in general; which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

MaliciousThey Call Justice : 

MaliciousThey Call Justice If a parent gives his child a gift, such as a computer, for his graduation, this is malicious; but if the computer is purported as having been destroyed…then given to the child, this is not a consideration or concern…except by the entire community of health practitioners who recognize the abject cruelty of such behavior; still, They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

Devices They Call Justice : 

Devices They Call Justice Devises can be both incidental or recurring, but in all cases, the truth is either omitted or altered through the complicit attorney/client relationships and the exclusive use of one testimony. Devices serve the purpose of incriminating a parent through the described practices, tolerances and allowances of what They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

Medical The Call Justice : 

Medical The Call Justice Medical evaluations have no bearing on the determination of one’s parental fitness or other intended measures. The determination is placed strictly on the testimony of one witness without consideration of the motive, content, claims, accuracy, or any other criteria for which They Call Justice With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

They Call Justice : 

They Call Justice What They Call Justice is without any apparent pursuit or even interest in the truth. What is Truth? But the relentless pursuit and practice of that which we know to be right in principle…and not based on a person’s opinion. With content and audio from letters in Plight of a Parent, hkirkrainer.org

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