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Falsely accused of a crime you did not commit? Someone filed charges against you unjustly to achieve a goal that has ruined your life? Join us in our journey for Truth and Justice for ALL. "United we stand divided we fall".


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   Karma's End: Press Release of 1994 & in perpetuity Preview Go
When I saw that Old Serpent, the Devil, rise up from his nether haunts, I instinctively went for the jugular. And as luck would have it ...I DIDN'T MISS. It's a bitter pill for humans, but just think what an uncontrollable belly laugh The Almighty must be enjoying. As for myself, I'll be dad-blamed in my ONE lifetime, rather than elect some dark eternity of servitude to DEVILTRY. Hallelujah!
   Stop Bad Therapy: Require Informed Consent for Therapy Preview Go
To reform the mental health industry by requiring informed consent. Hypnosis, recovered memories, False Memory Syndrome, and how to report or sue a therapist.
   Victims Of CPS Preview 1 review(s) — Go
False Allegations of Child Abuse.

   A Father's Story Preview Go
This is a site that will take you through the difficulties of being a father trying to protect his child from abuse. Find out just how corrupted the system we all face really is.
   Swedish Site Preview Go
This Swedish site lists resources in Sweden and International about parents that are falsely accused by another parent.
   Step Family's Preview Go
My site has info for Blended Families.
   Seek the TRUTH Preview Go
A collection of resources for those that would like a better understanding of our loss of rights and liberties and what others are doing to fight for our freedom.
   Parental Rights in Children's Medical Care Advocacy Preview Go
Child prodigy Shirley Cheng, a blind and physically disabled author and poet of 5 books by age 23, advocates parental rights in children's medical care. "When doctors ask yes or no, parents should have the right to say no," says Shirley, survivor of the 1990 internationally broadcast 5-month custody case against a doctor. Juliet Cheng was on CBS This Morning with Paula Zahn%2

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