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Old 09-11-2012, 02:34 PM
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I watched it ...

Here is some interesting part from actual article...(emphasis are added)
Excellent find in the article provided. There are known patterns of behaviour for abducting parents. One of them is to make false allegations of intimate partner abuse, repeat this conduct continually after a finding if false allegations is made, escalate this conduct involving any service (CAS, police, et all...) in trying to further their distortion campaign against the targeted parent and... when no one "believes" their story, even when found to be false by the judicial system, then may abduct the child/ren.

California now has the tools to assist parents and Justices to prevent things from escalating and for children leaving the domain and control of the court making the order for custody.

Hopefully, with Stephen's efforts and the support of others and emerging and future case law, more improvements at minimum in Ontario could be put in place to prevent this from happening.

Good Luck!
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